Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Lest We Forget Jacqui Smith



I guess this short film illustrates how individuals can now use video reports to become part of a story.

Hattip Shane Greer

20 comments:

Martin said...

You could make a fortune selling those blue plaques to Liebour Ministers.

The Penguin said...

You might have been a bit one-story over the bank holiday, but some of us have been keeping a variety of pokers in the fire :-)

The Penguin

Jonathan Cook said...

I was half expecting a bunch of armed police to come running out......

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Cato said...

I wonder how long that lasted.

Johnny Norfolk said...

Well done to them. the people are fighting back against the labour dictatorship police state.

Dave H said...

It looks like the downstairs windows are boarded up.

On second thoughts, perhaps Richard's drawn the curtains.

Mr. Mxyzptlk said...

Iain were is your house or your sisters,brothers whatever and we will do the same to you...

Trumpeter Lanfried said...

Brilliant little movie!

Johnny Norfolk said...

Looking forward to seeing it on the BBC.

Roger Thornhill said...

If that is indeed Jacqui Smith's Sisters' house, I expect that plaque to be dusted for fingerprints in the near future...

Silly chaps did not wear gloves! A full set on there, methinks!

Tom said...

The best part is she can't claim its removal on her expenses because she designates it as her "main" home. So she's stuck with it. :)

Thatsnews said...

How they they be so certain the videos were for her husband? I knew a married couple some years ago and it was the wife with a collection of hardcore porn magazines and video tapes, rather than the husband!

JD said...

Delightful - well done to those guys. JD.

Thatsnews said...

Unless, of course, it was his home he glued the plaque on?

It doesn't matter if it were, as it still has the same effect. A video that is doing the rounds!

davidc said...

no police guard so presumably no one at home.

still a blue plaque is reputed to add thousands to the selling price(a bit picky i know but the plaque didn't go on quite square- still easily corrected if anyone knows a polish handman or woman).

Paul Halsall said...

Why still going after Jacqui Smith?

It was the gnarly James Purnell whose efforts to get £475 a month in foo allowanced that deserved to be pulled over the coals today.

The Manchester Evening News did yesterday, but the BBC just gave him a pass interviewing him on BBC News today. [News24 was a simpler ID, no]

I think it may be sexist to keep going after Smith and not the equally on the take Purnell.

John said...

Am I missing something? But if Jackie Smith can manage in her sister's back bedroom, how come other ministers require a large second (or third) home on the taxpayer?

Mostly Ordinary said...

Ah the comedy value of vandalising a politician's sisters house. What a hoot!!

curly15 said...

Great advert for No More Nails!
Just the job for a more humane crucifixion.