After the sustained attack I’ve launched against our Queen and the Windsor Royal Family, having taken the oath to up hold the Law in the name of the true British Crown of King Arthur II, I have shockingly realised I owe The Queen and all my 100,000 readers a most sincere and abstract apology.
This time last week I found myself in a gay sex scandal with the prominent Brighton Gay Leader Chris Cooke of Kemptown. He wasn’t at all happy when our private Facebook conversation was leaked to the press and as a consequence, I lost his vote only 5 minutes from getting it! It reinforces my belief that even though politics is a numbers game in which you have to get higher than your opponent, every number presents a person and every person has feelings and weaknesses. All I can say to Chris Cooke is that I’m sorry I used our private conversation to splash a head-line, but equally no one should be in any doubt, I’m not the type of guy who sends pictures of my cock to anyone!
Next came the shocking news that our illustrious Prime Minister, David Cameron declared his passion and determination to decimate our nation’s water supply and environment by going “all out for shale” extraction. As you can imagine, as a member of the SEER (Sussex Extreme Energy Resistance) Group, I was furious and saw red. So furious in fact that I made my feelings known in no uncertain terms.
I know my sentiments were shared by many people because the views for the day broke all records and eventually stopped on 519 views at the stroke of midnight. Even Anne Glow condemned David Cameron and agreed with me, and that’s saying something!
I dumped her as a FB friend for her views on Benefit Britain!
I’ll say it and I’ll say it again, Chris Spivey is the sanest voice not on television.
The week continued in haste with the promotion of the UK Column News on my election campaign website. While I no longer consider the BBC, Sky, ITV and Channel 4 news to have any credibility in reporting the news, I was more than happy to answer UK Column’s appeal to post the UK Column News report daily LIVE AT ONE’CLOCK. We all have to get our news from somewhere, and I cannot recommend enough, tuning into the UK Column News Live everyday at One O’Clock to do just that.
The UK Column News came to play a significant role in this week’s round-up, of which I’ll explain more later.
And then we all woke up to this:
I can only hope it wasn’t a nude drawing and that she was dressed from bosom up! Because to see anymore would be truly horrendous and a waste of public money!
Next came an unexpected email from Michael Beard, the editor of Brighton’s Evening Argus newspaper.
The week previous I blasted of a very strongly worded email to every journalist at Brighton’s Evening Argus, berating them for their lack of journalistic ability to report on local stories. I flagged up the Gagging Meeting, The Bevy Opening and Simon Kirby’s meeting about the Lewes road changes as examples.
No doubt Michael Beard felt obliged to respond to my contention that they were all a “Disgrace,” to journalism but am unable to repeat what he said because he made it plainly clear at the top of his email: PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL. NOT FOR PUBLICATION.
Coincidently it was with reference to this very same subject that I asked a question to Chris Cooke, which quickly took a tangent and become very blue, very quickly. And of-course having learnt my lesson of divulging private conversations, I decided to leave it at that!
The week ran its course, as it often does year after year, and it’s highlights of-course were the high level of journalistic output coming from the UK Column team. I cannot stress enough, how highly I think of them. So much so that mid week, I promoted a subject which the UK Column having been promoting for years, The Bradbury Pound.
With all this debate of having to reduce the national debt, austerity and the best way to do it, I think the fundamental question of ‘What is money?’ is being overlooked.
WHAT IS MONEY?
As far as I’m concerned money is created as debt by private Bankster’s who are robbing the world blind. The Bradbury Pound reflects this and does away with private Bankster involvement in the issue of our sovereign currency. The Bradbury Pound is not conspiracy theory, it’s historical fact, because it’s been done before and needs to be repeated to save our nation from the fraud of the banksters. With the centenary of The Bradbury this year, I urge everyone to check out the Bradbury Pound and share the knowledge with everyone you know. We don’t need austerity.
We can have it all and eat cake!
As RASPECT raps, “You can give the people knowledge but you can’t make them think!”
With the story of the missing 3 year old in Scotland and the arrest of his mother, Chris Spivey breaks down the lies of the MSM media and reveals to the world, exactly what happen to Madeleine McCann. Chris Spivey often asks the question, “Are you angry yet,” and let me assure you, you will be by the time you finish reading this.
Its ‘War & Peace’ reading a Chris Spivey article; which takes me on average 2 days to complete, though you won’t hear me complaining, because he’s a lot more interesting than watching Eastbenders every night of the week.
This is a very interesting article which I re-blogged because it sums up exactly how I feel about the Housing Bubble, which David Cameron and George Osbourne are so keen to promote and put their names too. Given enough rope they will hang themselves.
And then the issue of Freemason’s rearer it’s ugly head.
Now you may or may not know, I also hold the role of Shadow Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (SSPCC), in which I hold the elected Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, to account. Unlike her “critical friends” at the Police and Crime Panel, I am not “toothless,” but in fact bite very hard.
Now, I recently wrote an article, which you may or not have read because it’s only circulated between serving police officers and their Chief Constables. I asked the question, Is Katy Bourne a Freemason and does it really matter? Of-course I was derided for doing so, but I was vindicated Paul Flynn, Labour MP for Newport West, when he asked Katy Bourne the very same question at the end of a two hour grilling, she got while giving evidence at the Home Affairs Committee into Police and Crime Commissioners on January 7th 2014.
Paul Flynn asked, “Are you conscious of a situation in which someone appoints a pal of his, who is a fellow freemason, for instance, or someone who served with him as a fellow policeman, without any kind of advertising or interviews with people? That is what brings the office into disrepute.”
To which Katy Bourne replied, “I cannot be held responsible for decisions that colleagues of mine make. I can be held responsible for the decisions that I make and I stand by them.”
The Committee chairman Keith Vas, skilfully wrapped up the proceedings with, “Thank you. That is a very clear answer,” ensuring no further questions of that nature would be asked.
I’ve got my own questions of Keith Vaz which will come later but…
It was ironic that not only was the subject of Freemasonry brought up on the last question of the two hour session, but her Chief Executive & Monitoring Officer, Mark Streater, earning £82K of our grand-children’s tax-paying money, having served 30 years in Sussex Police, of which he is now tasked to holding to account, was sat behind her when the question was asked.
Jobs for the Boys is a Freemasonic reality.
I will be starting another SSPCC article shortly, titled ‘I told you so,’ which highlights the recent Tiberius report revelations that, “Secret networks of Freemasons have been used by organised crime gangs to corrupt the criminal justice system,” as reported by the Independent Newspaper.
As SSPCC, I now hold the higher moral ground over Katy Bourne as SPCC!
Now where were we? We had only reached the middle of the week and shocking developments were to come!
Stephen King, my favourite author, after Peter James, who I join in saving Brighton’s Speed Way Trials, said, “What Darwin was too polite to say, my friends, is that we came to rule the earth not because we were the smartest, or even the meanest, but because we have always been the craziest, most murderous motherf**kers in the jungle.”
Hey, I’m a fan, I can’t help it!
Anger Management and New Beginnings. Here I am getting you angry with the truth of politics, while on the other side of the coin, I’m calming you down and helping you understand why you are angry! Its a paradox which we may never explain!
Please, Chris Cooke if you are reading, lets meet for that coffee! And throw away the anger and bitterness and VOTE4TAYLOR like you promised…
“You know only I can make you HAPPY!”
A classic UK Column One’Clock News report on the 16th of January. Only five minutes in I couldn’t help myself but grab my journalist notepad and start dictating what was said. Its real news which I love hearing. It informs and reinforces. It educates and takes you further. Its the best damn news in the World.
Quite Frankly, if you aren’t listening to UK Column News Live at One’Clock, you are a fool. (Except Chris Spivey, Jimmy Jones and Fabrice Bardsley, who have work to do!)
Then it hit. The Devil from HELL, the BIG STORY which has brought the House of Cards down.
I’ve just up-dated my Facebook page on how I feel about that, “I’m interested that no one other than Fabrice Bardsley has commented on this earth shattering news? Is there a glitch in the system or doesn’t anyone care? I find it strange that Fabrice, Jimmy, Scott and Chris seem to be the only people around here who are angry. Don’t you believe it or something? All I can say to that is what Bill Maloney said, “I’m sorry everyone, but I’m afraid its true.”
“We have an international paedophile ring operating in every democratic government on our planet!”
I make it a mission to support up and coming independent publishes, because I am one too. Having self published my own Sci-fi/Thriller novel, The Golden Cube, I know its easier to write a book, than to get people to read it!
God I love Brightonian politics, and Jason Kitcat never fails to deliver.
As soon as I heard the news, I wrote as a no-brainer, “If central government aren’t going to pay for it, the community has too.”
Of-course Brightonian politics was set alight and its been flaring ever since.
On paper Jason Kitcat sounds amazing and in flesh, I bet he does too, though I’ve never met him.
I always thought he was Dutch, but to my amazement, having just Googled his name, he’s French Canadian, as is my heritage. Oh Gosh, I never knew my father; perhaps he’s my long lost brother! But I do like him and I like his resolve. Anyone who can keep his head during a crisis, is alright in my books.
Pretty amazing stuff hey? Well I certainly think so, which finds me in the Keep as I type you this.
From my research so far, I’m amazed to find that Sussex and Brighton is absolutely littered with Anglo-Saxon relics, which I see you hold some off. Such as bones etc.
I’m wondering if you have any artefacts which have a stroke type of language written on them? Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett call the language Colbren, from the ancient British called the Khumry. Apparently this language was deemed to be a fake by an 18th century historian and has since been discarded as such and no further attention given to it.
Have you got any stones, sticks, or anything with a stroke kind of language on it, which you just can’t explain?
I would love to come and see it and decipher it.
Please don’t think I’m mad. This is wonderful research and I’m really eager to learn more about it.
Can you help? For the sake of King Arthur II.
To which I received a reply from Robert White, the Booking Office Assistant, “Hi Matthew,
Thanks for your email. I’ve passed it on to Lee Ismail, the curator at the Booth Museum and John Cooper, the Keeper. They should be in touch with you directly.
You can be sure I’ll KEEP you (‘KEEP‘ get it) informed of our conversation.
What a weekend its been? You could even say its been mankind’s greatest weekend in 37 years.
Allow me to explain.
It started off with Friday 13th, lucky for some and unlucky for others.
Well, it was certainly lucky for me (I’m a lucky guy) and unlucky for Simon Kirby, that’s for sure.
To my delight and good fortune Simon Kirby MP called a public meeting about the Lewes Road changes, right in my back yard, or rather my political heart-land, as I like to call it!
And what a meeting it was. I’m so glad Simon and I had already met at the Bridge, because it would seem we are now on first name terms, having walked into Moulsecoomb Leisure centre’s hall, only to be greeted by Simon Kirby who said, “Matthew,” to which I replied, “Simon.”
The following day I met a neighbour who was there and he said was it was rarer for the Queen to visit, than Simon Kirby. This illustrates what a lucky Friday 13th it was.
And if you did miss the Queen’s visit to Moulsecoomb on Halloween’s Day, I took the liberty of recording it for you to see at your leisure.
Simon Kirby hasn’t got a chance in hell of winning the 2015 election.
I am convinced now, because I’ve seen it with my own eyes, that Simon Kirby hasn’t got a chance in hell in winning the 2015 election. He may as well resign now and trigger a by-election. At least that way, I’ll have a head-start on the new intake of independent politicians flooding into Parliament in 2015.
I mean, he ran out of the hall and hid in his car! What does that say about the man, and the animosity towards him.
And Graham Cox- What a knob! He can’t remember what he wrote in his own blog only ten days ago. What makes it worse is that he’s had a career as a policeman to boot. I found this about him by Scrapper Duncan, which sums up the type of man he is. Though I did exchange a friendly moment with him on the way out, after I asked him to pass on a private message to Simon Kirby, of which I’ll mention later.
Because as soon as the meeting was over, I was on my way to the Bevy Christmas party, at the Lectern Pub, where they had an important announcement to make.
Now bearing in mind I don’t get out much, it was a double bonus to have my partner out too. (Granddad baby-sat). I won’t mention the name of my partner because she finds my unique style of politics is highly embarrassing and doesn’t want to be associated with it!
Suffice to say we had a wonderful celebrating the awesome news that:
THE BEVY HAS DONE IT!
What great news, the Bevy has raised their target of £200,000 and are set to re-open by Easter 2014.
I danced the night away in celebration.
The Chinese added to a great weekend with the momentous achievement of landing a rover on the moon.
I think the Chinese deserve a huge round of applause. What an amazing achievement. After 37 years a Mankind are back on the moon. (OK, a rover, but its close enough)
The most amazing weekend in 37 years rounded of on Sunday, with records broken.
IT’S BEEN AN AWESOME WEEKEND.
Being the only person to report on Simon Kirby’s public meetings and The Bevy Christmas party, I scored a double whammy.
Having the exclusive on both stories, it reflected itself by the number of hits I got through Sunday.
Soon after, the stats sky-rocketed. It’s hit the public’s imagination and is taking on a life of its own. From double figures, to treble figures, to quadruple figures. I’ve never seen anything like it.
I couldn’t help myself by knock out a promotional video and publish it as a huge thank you to everyone who re-blogged, re-tweeted and liked my blogs.
I really couldn’t have had a better weekend. Friends (Jackie, Nicolas and Alec) were round Saturday night for a party, which I haven’t even mentioned yet, and…………….
It’s really been the best weekend in 37 years.
Oh yes, I nearly forgot. On the way out of the Moulsecoomb leisure centre on Friday, I met Graham Cox (Simon Kirby’s fall-guy) and I asked him to pass on a personal message to Simon. It went something like this:
“Tell Simon from me, that I appreciated him coming and giving up his Friday night.”
The relief on Graham’s face was evident. You could see from the look of trepidation on his face that he thought I was going to launch into a tirade of abuse, like which he usually gets.
But yes, I mean it and if you are reading this Simon, thank you. Thank you for coming, you’ve made it the best weekend in 37 years.
And do you know what else I like about you Simon, well for the last few months I’ve waged a sustained and relentless character assassination against you, from calling you a transvestite, to a freemason and a general nasty piece of work.
Simon has maintained him dignity and choose to remain silent in response to them all.
Perhaps I’ve been telling the truth about him all along?
At the Bridge for my weekly meeting with Dusty and guess who walks in, none other than Simon Kirby himself.
Pure Synchronicity because we had just wrapped up our meeting and were at the computer checking out the Google response of tapping ‘simon kirby corruption’ into its search bar. I chose that moment to powder my nose and marvelled at the synchronicity of the moment as I walk through the foyer and see Simon Kirby standing there.
Heart Palpitations and Butterflies.
I surprised myself with the palpitations flooding my body. Nervous excitement mixed with totally shock that just as we were Googling him, he should walk into the building.
But then again, the synchronicity of the moment proves to me that I am on the right track and destined to win the Brighton Kemptown election in 2015.
“Don’t blame me, we not all bad.”
I had to wait a while until he had finished talking before I made my introduction.
“At last we meet Mr Kirby, my name is Matt Taylor,” I said as I shook his hand.
The sheer look of terror in his eyes as he realised who I was; Priceless.
“Go easy on me,” was his first reply and confirmed in a millisecond that my continuing character assassination has been hitting home.
“As I keep telling people, I haven’t got a magic wand to make everything aright,” he droned on in that squeaky weird trademark voice of his. He reminded me of Professor Snape in Harry Potter.
I wasn’t having none of it and shut him off in mid-flow, “I bet you say that to everyone,” I said, to which he replied, “no only you.”
Shame on anyone who votes for Simon Kirby in 2015.
Make no mistakes, Simon Kirby is a Nasty piece of work who does the bidding of a Nasty political party. Shame on anyone who voted for him and anyone who plans to vote for him again.
Politics is a People Game, its all about the Numbers.
You best have thick skin in politics and Simon Kirby must have skin like leather to weather the abuse he gets. “I’m new to politics,” I said, “but one thing I’ve come to realise is that politics is all about people,” to which he agreed.
What’s up with Nancy Platts? No wonder she’s keeping out of it. She’s benefiting from my character assassination of Simon Kirby. His majority is 3.8% and she knows that my hard work is paying of in her favour.
I’ve asked Mark Tyler to email her about what she’ll do about police corruption but as of yet she hasn’t replied.
I must remind the voter that it is I, who’s putting in the time and effort to hold Simon Kirby to account (and find him wanting.)
As Every Civil Servant should be held account to…
I’m doing all the hard-work and she’s reaping the benefit.
Blackcherry threatened to make it his/her mission to personally track me down in a dark car park and show me what it means to be a Shaman.
(Knowing Simon Kirby’s friends; I don’t know if he/she wants to beat me up or suck my cock!)
ToryBoy said I’ll embarrass myself by getting about 50 votes from all the street drinkers in Brighton, who are probably my mates!! Oh so bitter sweet that not only are all the street drinkers my mates, they are my family! Literally. My sister and two nieces are street drinkers who sleep on the streets and yes my sister’s girlfriend died sleeping in a shop entrance on Boxing Day night. What ToryBoy is yet to appreciate about me is that- fuck yes, I intend to get all the street drinkers registered so they can vote for me. As he says, 50 votes are 50 votes I’m guaranteed!
And come Friday night, I found the cherry on the cake, when I stumbled across ‘Notes from a Broken Society’ blog saying ‘SB is a very frightened man indeed’. It was the perfect blog/attack to finish of the week.
“I can smell blood and intent to go for his jugular, not because I’m a psychopath but because I have a duty to protect my children from a world ruled by criminals,” was my favourite quote of the week.
Another reason to be cheerful was that the stats broke new records. I had broken the 900 mark and well on the way to my first thousand.
I’m confident I inflicted a PR blow against SB. He remained silent all weekend.
As my friend said “He would be very happy with you.”