One’s posh and out of touch, another a weak idiot, the third a liar and the fourth is mad… just who could the voters be talking about? and women asked to name a word or phrase about four party leaders:

  • SOS Party Leader Matt Taylor is seen as a swiveled eyed loony
  • Prime Minister David Cameron is seen as posh, out of touch and smug
  • Labour leader Ed Miliband is a weak idiot, and women said ‘slimy’
  • Lib Dem Nick Clegg viewed as weak, useless, untrustworthy and a liar

While some voters think Matt Taylor is a ‘legend,’ others think he’s a buffoon. Some think David Cameron is ‘posh and out of touch’, while others go further and call him a Nasty Nazis. Ed Miliband is a ‘weak idiot’ and Nick Clegg is a ‘spineless liar’, according to a survey.

Various comments left on topical news story threads, reveals what the electorate have to say about the country’s top politicians.

  • Matt Taylor
  • David Cameron
  • Ed Milliband
  • Nick Clegg

The unflattering assessments emerged after voters were asked for the first word or phrase that came to mind when they thought of the main party leaders.

SOS Party leader Matt Taylor is seen as mad, Tory Prime Minister David Cameron is seen as posh and out of touch, Labour leader Ed Miliband was a weak idiot and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg was seen as weak and a liar.

While Matt Taylor is seen as mad and loony by some, he has earned praise from the giants of the alternative media, namely as Chris Spivey, who placed him in his top eight trusted allies list, to Jimmy Jones The Outlaw, who included a link to his news outlet ‘Guerrilla Democracy’, on his ‘Essential Links’ page.

Read more:

Chris Spivey – My mate Matt

The Outlaw’s Essential Links

Here are just some comments which paint Matt Taylor as a man of the people.

  • “Skeptical at 1st I cannot deny, (a life time of corrupt politicians tends to have that effect on people) but the more I read from you, the more impressed I am and feel that you are the kind of Politician this country desperately needs.”
  • “I like Matt. One of the good guys and 100% solid. Not too many of them around at the minute.”
  • “Matt…. Great guy!”
  • “Resides down my way.110 legit and bang on it. Took on a local Tory cunt called “Kirby”. Peace.”
  • “I like Matt Taylor and think he is doing a great job. He writes some cracking stuff!!”
  • “I follow Matt Taylor, partly because he endorses Chris Spivey, mainly because he’s a good bloke as far as I can tell.”
  • “Great article, thanks! Enjoyed Matt Taylor’s site and the story of King Arthur II”
  • “Is he for real? Sounds too good to be true.”

The most common descriptions for Mr Cameron were Nazi, posh and out of touch, with voters also describing him as a evil, arrogant and privileged.

There were few kind words.


Voters were even less positive about Ed Miliband, with most rating him as ‘weak’ and ‘an idiot.’ He was also labeled useless and untrustworthy, with women also describing him as slimy and boring.

The most positive assessment of Mr Miliband was that he is ‘trying’.

Mr Clegg was also subjected to a withering assessment by the electorate. Most voters view him as ‘weak’ and ‘a liar’. Others described the Liberal Democrat leader as useless, spineless and a puppet. The most positive description was that he was ‘OK’.

Voters describe Ukip leader Nigel Farage, as a racist, whose party’s credibility falls apart, once they start talking about anything other than Europe.

Matt Taylor, leader of the SOS Party doesn’t fair too well, with skeptical voters describing him as:

  • Just another pathetic Oswald Molsely wannabe.
  • A loud mouthed jerk who should be sued for slander…
  • A buffoon; without intelligence, morals, and integrity.

To which Matt Taylor retorts, “I prefer ‘Twat’ thank you very much.

What men and women think of the party leaders: Top 20 responses.


“I am going to be really anal here and appreciate that I may well get some negative comments! Before I start, please bear in mind I am far from highly educated!
OK. I like Matt Taylor and think he is doing a great job. He writes some cracking stuff!! However, some of his syntax? Sentence construction can be poor. While I don’t think it is a major problem for most people, coming from someone with a great message and aspirations to become an MP, I think it can detract from what they are trying to say!
How many times do trolls get picked apart on their wording/grammar?
I know it may seem like a small thing, and I have total respect for Matt, but people will pick up on any minor error and dismiss it or slag it off on the smallest thing just to try and discredit it any tiny way they can!
Personally don’t have a problem with it, I get what he is saying! But I am not important, it’s the newbies, nit pickers and trolls that are!
It has taken me about 30min to write this. While I may have made some mistakes, I try to read through everything I post a few times as I am going!

Regards, much love and respect, Teerev x”

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Exclusive: Millionaire businessman’s donation to SOS Party?

Millionaire Martin Webb

Millionaire Martin Webb has snubbed his long-time business partner Simon Kirby MP, by donating £2,000 to the Labour Party. Simon Kirby’s 10 years as a councillor on Brighton and Hove’s council, went along way in getting the licences needed to build a chain of pubs and clubs, sold for £15 million ten years later, Martin Webb should be more grateful!

Millionaire Simon Kirby has since gone on to be MP for Brighton Kemptown & Peacehaven and owns a stake in Brighton’s Juice radio station, while millionaire Martin Webb went onto appear in his own Channel 4 TV show about entrepreneurs based in the City.

As revealed by the ever popular Brighton and Hove Independent newspaper, Political Parties in Brighton have received at least £500,000 in donations.

The most recent donor is millionaire Martin Webb, who has given £2,000 to Warren Morgan, the leader of Brighton’s Labour party.

You can be sure Warren Morgan will enjoy a meal at Christmas on Martin’s behalf.

As exclusively revealed in Brighton and Hove Independent newspaper.


The donation in July last year is known to be the second from Mr Webb, who made his fortune from the sale – for £15 million, in 2001 – C-Side, the retail and leisure company he founded with Mr Kirby in 1993, his first donation was £1,500 in April 2001.


Labour is paying four organisers £25,000 a year to ensure they get more votes than anyone else in the elections “only 450 days away,” as Warren Morgan likes remind us.

The Shining Knight of Armour of Local News, Brighton and Hove Independent reveal:

Much of the money given to the Brighton and Hove Conservatives came from two little-known organisations: the Hove-based Winston Churchill Dining Club, which has given £39,000 in three donations, and United and Cecil Club, which has given £37,000 in 11 donations. The latter is a supper club that has an address in Iver, Buckinghamshire, and raises money at expensive dinner in aid of local Conservative Party associations across the country.

Sci-fi/Thriller - The Golden Cube by Matt Taylor, Debut Novel

By comparison, the Labour Party in the city, under the leadership of Warren Morgan, has been given nearly £170,000- most of it from trade unions, which account for 48 out of its 77 donations. The GMB has been responsible for 27 donations, totally £70.061- the biggest and most recent of which was £15,050. The second – biggest was £14,395 in March 2007 and March 2011.

Where does all this money come in this time of austerity?


  • Martin Webb £3,500 to the Labour Party
  • Winston Churchill Dining Club £39,000 to the Conservatives, run by ‘big time’ Freemason Geoffrey Theobald
  • United and Cecil Club, £37,000
  • GMB, £70,061 to Labour
  • Unite, 10,737
  • UNISON, £10,299.50
  • TSSA, £6,500
  • Amicus, £6,000
  • RMT, £2,000
  • MSF, £1,375
  • Communications Workers Union, £1,250
  • Fire Brigades Union, £1,250
  • The Co-operative Party, £26,012
  • Ben Gowlett Trustees, £12,730
  • Marcus Brigstocke, the comedian and actor gave £10,000 to the Green Party.
  • Corduroy Productions
  • Political Animal Lobby, an animal welfare group founded in the early 1990s by Brian Davies gave Jason Kitcat £10,000.
  • Lawrence Eke, director of the Intensive School of English and Business Communication, gave £2,089 to the Liberal democrats.

As your Shadow Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, I have volunteered my time all through 2012-2013, to hold Katy Bourne to account. Between her and her Freemason friends, they are squandering £1.1million a year, of our Grand children’s future to feed their greed of today.

I have held Katy Bourne to account and have found her to be bent, for free.


I haven’t taken a penny in public money. Its been left to the good guys to show the bad how far over the line they’ve come and expose the corruption in our local government and police forces where ever we see it.

Since standing in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections of 2012 and helping to secure 3.8% of the papers were spoilt with SOS written on them, I have already earned your vote, by working hard for you now, and not when I promise you I will.

Its time when politicians ask for money but I’m different.