Tuesday, April 28, 2009

According to some thick twat...

I'm a neo-con.

13 comments:

asquith said...

"This means that the site will include profiles of people who do not define themselves as Neoconservatives and indeed those who are not Neoconservative. Just as many neoconservatives moved from the left to the right of the political spectrum, people and organisations which have been or are associated with or have or do work in or with neoconservative led initiatives, can and do move in their political alliances and activities. Thus there are profiles in this database of people who are not neoconservatives and may no longer be associated or connected with neoconservative networks or inititatives. In addition there are a number of 'stub' pages which serve simply to direct the reader to resources on relevant people and organisations that do not come within the definition above. Te existence of such pages should not be taken to indicate any contention that such people or organisations are neoconservative or directly connected to neoconservatism or its networks."

Struggling to see what this website is all about other than an attempt to call everyone David Miller objects to a neocon. Can't really be arsed to make any further efforts to find out.

MJ said...

This

http://www.tomgriffin.org/

is said twat i'm guessing. Any particular reason why he has taken it upon himself to besmirch your good name?

Anonymous said...

yep, having followed your blog for a while I would say that was the case. The fact that you don't realise it shows how little self awareness you have (as well)

Paulie said...

I love it when anonymous commenters come in with observations like that.

It's so easy, innit?

alunephraim said...

"I love it when anonymous commenters come in with observations like that.

It's so easy, innit?"

And, yet, what have your posts been dominated by, if not a Trotskyist world-view (influenced by Strauss) being used to support very right-wing policies?

Apart from "everything", obviously. On the surface.

But you shouldn't forget that these people can actually read minds. They know that when you write of decentralisation, it's all code. What you're *actually* writing is lurid praise of Irving Kristol.

That, as I'm sure you'll understand, is the only logical explanation.

skagerrak said...

Will hasn't got an entry!

ivan007 said...

I think anonymous may have been joking.
My response: hah hah hah hah hah hah hah - brilliant spoof rofl

dsquared said...

I think the problem is that you keep signing these manifestoes. If you sign documents advocating neoconservative policies, people tend to miss the real reason (which was presumably ignorance, Special Brew, trying to impress a bird or something, since I take you at your word that you aren't a neoconservative) and assume that you signed them because you agree with them.

Shuggy said...

I think the problem is that you keep signing these manifestoes.Alternatively that Dave Miller of Strathclyde University has that creepy stalker meets cyber-pedant quality that we hitherto assumed was a peculiar combination hitherto only found in the blogger known as dsquared?

Shuggy said...

Ok so there's two hithertos.

Will said...

"Ok so there's two hithertos."

Still correct tho but.

Where of late have you been DDouble stupid? You hasn't even posted owt at Comment is Fucking Worthless for ages. Did you ghost write Conor Foley's byook for him? -- is that why you have been a bit silent of late?

Anonymous said...

The most dirt Miller seems to have on some people is that they filled out a silly internet questionnaire, which is in itself proof of neoconservatism.

Ddoublestupid has been moonlighting as Lily Allen.

Bob said...

I think from that site it's definitely a compliment to be called a neocon - along with Ophelia Benson, Jane Ashworth, Brian Brivati, Shalom Lappin, Denis MacEoin, and lots of other admirable people. I wish I was there.