Sunday, 1 February 2009

the closet voyeur: or how a misleading blogger called john approached me in the dolphin



aside from descriptions of western foreign policy in the middle east, i've noticed the term 'control freak' a few times recently:-

(1) michelle obama was recently honoured with this title in a gossip magazine. and so what really? many of us have been accused of such unpleasant self-centredness during our lives. no big surprise then that it can happen to the president's wife too...although i would be interested to know whether mr obama is also a 'control freak' or whether, in the marriage, he falls more into the 'controlled freak' category and will duly subjugate the globe, along with his alleged conjugal frustrations...as a self-satisfying little sideline.

(2) paul staines (guido fawkes). by tim ireland (bloggerheads). in disrespect of the former's snide comment moderation 'policy'. the other side of the bedsheet being that mr staines is in the nasty habit of rolling over and spreading his legs for any political body with the right figure ($).

connection?

yes, mr staines must be well-pleased with the results of those clandestine romps swinging with his obama-backing islamophobic celebrity friends: a president in washington who's tough on muslims, and a % of the vaults of those banks he oh so conveniently helped topple just prior to mr obama's election.

remember that paul staines is the man who enjoys saying anything about anyone without the possibility of being sued himself...cheeky? no, not when he's quick to threaten with libel-writs those who criticize him...

over the last couple of years, i originally thought the constant cellphone-surveillance and hidden camera stunts the work of some kinky prankster who had an unhealthy fascination with the goings-on in my bedroom...well i'm sure that it provided for some amusing titillation at a few 'get-togethers'...but i've now come to the realisation that the real motive for this obsessive observation was no more than a form of cheap blackmail. why else would someone calculatedly and fastidiously inform me as to how they knew of all my movements and conversations, whilst rigorously concealing his identity? fortunately, i was oblivious to the extortionate aspect of all this attention, and continued to write satire (on guido fawkes) for myself and my own enjoyment.

i wonder how much 'gossip' on guido surfaced as a result of a pretty girl getting slipped the telephone number of a westminster insider - allowing the woodworm access to a myriad of digital directories and eavesdropping opportunities...both during and between calls? a highly illegal bug...one would assume...

my forecast? a bright future. neither for the present administration...nor those who claim to hold it to account. a very bad reflection.

6 comments:

seeing is believing said...

Yep, Mr spark up. No problem with voting a Black man into the White House. But in light of the fact that he's intending to double the number of troops murdering families in Afghanistan, I would cautiously suggest that this particular human being may turn out to be a shit.

spark up said...

02:51

in my eyes, a black man who had stood and failed on a humanitarian ticket, would have earned less votes, but far more respect

small cap african said...

slavery was wrong. the iraq/ afghanistan/palestinian war is wrong. now that we have a man with african parentage as president of the united states of america, it is niggardly of us to view the sufferings of others as of nothing in comparison to our own.

spark up said...

for the record:

i emailed this post to alex hilton, paul staines and jag singh

4th dimension said...

voting in such democratic elections does nothing more than validate discrimination and exploitation. not a particularly constructive use of one's time.

ruth said...

hi jim no hiding from old friends xxx