Sex and Death 48

Having been sat the last three hours in a lounge at Stansted, with a Sky News screen in front of me, it has been fascinating to watch them six times cover the Grant Shapps resignation and never mention the word sex. It was all apparently just about “office bullying.” There has also been some pontification about why, over Shapps and Coulson, Cameron is such a bad judge of people.

Two things from Cameron’s background explain it very simply – neither mentioned by Sky News.

The first is that Cameron went to the type of school where for senior males to bully, blackmail or otherwise coerce junior males into sex was not particularly abnormal behaviour.

The second is that he comes from a background where you can smash up a restaurant at a Bullingdon Club function and have daddy’s cheque book buy off the trouble, or you can stick your todger in a pig’s mouth. Because you are privileged and the normal rules of social behaviour do not apply to you. Nobody will ever query the cocaine at your Chipping Norton house parties. If you are one of the group, there is an expectation of impunity and the group is confident it can defend its Coulsons, Feldmans and Shapps.

It is confident because, in the scores of incidents we don’t get to hear about, it succeeds in doing so.

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48 thoughts on “Sex and Death

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  • Binary101

    Consice and another report on the damming behaviour and filthy closed door antics of Mr Cameron

  • Jeremy Stocks

    Craig I have been uncovering loads of independent writers exposing practically the same thing. Here are four writers:

    All written by humble blokes at the edges of the Empire who have sussed it out. It is quite shocking. Practically every odd thing the last 100 years is explained. I call it the Encyclopedia Shitannica. Why life is so awful!

  • CanSpeccy

    “or you can stick your todger in a pig’s mouth”

    But why would he want to? Is there some underlying insanity here, or what?

    Course, it might just be a lie put about by a resentful, unrequited, tax-exile, bribe-giver.

  • Republicofscotland

    There lies the problem as to why Britain is in such a shambles, countless Oxbridge, Bullingdon Berties, leave their perverted clubs where just about anything goes.

    These men most already mentaly warped and taught to believe they’re not only better than mere mortals, but also primed to hold responsible and influential positions in Britain then find their way into government.

    The majority of them haven’t got a clue what the people of Britain want, never mind posses the ability to govern.

    Prime ministers and front bench ministers, even whole cabinets in my opinion, should come not from, privileged clubs but from a section cut across society, who better to govern than men and women chosen from communities closer to the people, who know what those people want.

    But alas that concept to some, just wouldn’t do, it would too closely resemble not only common sense but socialism, something Bullingdon Bertie, and his warped degenerate friends detest.

  • Courtenay Barnett


    So then does this then ultimately lead us to PM Edward Heath – the pedophiles – and the systemic abuses that the justice system ( the wonderful – justice – system) seems somehow unable to unearth – charge and punish for?

    What a wonderful world!

  • Republicofscotland

    “But why would he want to? Is there some underlying insanity here, or what?”


    Got it in one your beloved twisted Oxbridge degenerates, have little sick bonding sessions, the disgusting acts they perform whilst other perverts look on is designed to create a strong affiliation with group members, it produces loyalty among the cretins.

    Years later they recall their strong bonds, and help each other into influencial positions in society. Most haven’t got a clue what ails society, but they reach dizzy height in corporate or political circles, and it’s mostly down to their Oxbridge days of perversion.

  • Mary

    I think it was John Pilger who said that our public schools breed killers.

    No 10 says PM has “full confidence” in Lord Feldman. Sounds familiar.


    I keep this letter on file. Nothing has changed since it was written in 2011.

    It was linked by Anon on
    in the blog’s pre-troll days.

  • Mary

    I was reading this earlier.

    November 27, 2015
    Class, War and David Cameron
    by Colin Todhunter

    ‘David Cameron is manipulating a war-fatigued public into getting behind yet another military intervention disguised as yet another component of the bogus ‘war on terror’. Whether it involves rhetoric about ‘Russian aggression’ or it involves a US-backed coup in Ukraine, the destruction of Libya or NATO-Saudi-backed terror in Syria, these components are not for one minute to be regarded by the public as the planned machinations of empire with the aim of destroying or at least severely weakening Russia. The public must be kept confused and most of all fearful of the designated bogeyman of Washington’s choice.

    If Cameron is serious about defeating ISIS, he would do better to join with Russia and help sever the logistics that enable ISIS to function as a fighting force in Syria. All roads lead to Turkey (quite literally) and Saudi Arabia. But Cameron’s role is to dance to the neocon’s tune in Washington, to deceive the public, to lie to it and to push the world ever closer to a major conflict with Russia.

    His sidekick, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is also on cue. Speaking on Britain’s Radio 5, he stated the need “to spend less on some things like the welfare system and to spend more on things that really matter to keep our country safe.”

    With a £12 billion saving on cuts to the welfare budget, Fallon was attempting to justify a £12 billion increase to the military budget to help pay for eight BAE warships, nine Boeing maritime patrol crafts, surveillance drones and Lockheed Martin jets.

    Add on the cost replacing the Trident nuclear programme put at around £31 billion, with another £10 billion being set aside for contingencies, and it is clear where Britain’s priorities lie: not with ordinary people whose jobs have been sold to the lowest bidder abroad and who now see their liberties and welfare state being dismantled under the lies of ‘austerity’ (a manifestation of ‘class war’, as Noam Chomsky correctly states) and tackling terrorism but with arms companies and militarism.
    Cuts to welfare, increases in military spending and events in Syria form part of an ongoing war on working people. That’s because militarism is but one arm of a neoliberal agenda that seeks to bend all working people and regional elites – whether Assad, Putin, Saddam or Gaddafi – to the will of Western capital. It is ordinary working people who ultimately pay the price, whether refugees fleeing from conflict, civilian deaths in war zones or those subject to the types of structural violence that ‘austerity’ or other forms of economic warfare brings courtesy of the IMF, World Bank, WTO or trade agreements like NAFTA, TPA and TTIP. And, ultimately, it is the Lockhead Martins, the Blackwaters (XE Services) and the BAEs, the Chevrons and Occidental Petroleums, the Halliburtons and Monsantos and the financial interests on Wall Street and in the City of London that benefit.

    As the media get ready to cheer lead Cameron into war with the unstated aim of removing Assad from power, this fact should not be lost on anyone, not least the British public.’

  • fedup

    It is confident because, in the scores of incidents we don’t get to hear about, it succeeds in doing so.

    This says it all! Ever noticed criminal conduct and the rich and their conduct are awfully close and similar?

  • philw

    The key to all this is blackmail. How do you ensure loyalty of politicians? – You know their secrets. All sorts of things happen in public schools which the ex-students do not want becoming public. Evidently the new young recruits such as Elliot Johnson are beaten into line, coerced into things they would not otherwise do, in an escalating fashion. The Simon Hattenstone article on this in the Guardian is fascinating. I am intrigued by the role of Don Blaney, who seems to be a behind-the-scenes operator like Mandelson, identifying the potential future ministers and making sure he has a hold on them.

    And of course, the Bow group member who wanted to investigate the paedophilia accusations was strongly warned off.

  • RobG

    I can’t add much to this, except to say that three hours at Stanstead airport watching Sky News sounds a bit like Dante’s Ninth Circle.

  • Ken2

    Most of the Guardian, BBC reporters went to Oxbridge. They will defend and justify Cameron’s antics. ‘It is just a bit of fun’. ‘Boys will be boys’. Or they could be implicated by association. Their privilege connection might become a disadvantage. Politicians and journalist are all in close contact. On first name and redial contract. Thry get paid extensive salaries. Boris Johnston gets £250,000 a year writing a column for the Guardian. He got a large advance to write a book.

    That’s what Thatcher said when she was told of Tory politicians’ child abuse. ‘Boys will be boys’. There were ‘sex abuse’ parties in the Grand Hotel in Blackpool at the Conservative Party Conference. The IRA bombed the Hotel. Police and journalists were kept silent by ‘D’ Notices and the Official Secret’s Act. They refused to rebuke the Act recently, so ex policemen could testify without retribution. Voted against it.

    The black mail accusations has yet to be made fully public. More is to come out.

  • fred

    “George Orwell was a genius…….”

    I don’t know. He predicted people would be standing in front of the screens and it was only two minutes hate.

  • Silvio

    UK could be prosecuted for war crimes over missiles sold to Saudi Arabia

    Britain is at risk of being prosecuted for war crimes because of growing evidence that missiles sold to Saudi Arabia have been used against civilian targets in Yemen’s brutal civil war, Foreign Office lawyers and diplomats have warned.

    Advisers to Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary, have stepped up legal warnings that the sale of specialist missiles to the Saudis, deployed throughout nine months of almost daily bombing raids in west Yemen against Houthi rebels, may breach international humanitarian law.

    Since March this year, bombing raids and a blockade of ports imposed by the Saudi-led coalition of Sunni Gulf states have crippled much of Yemen. Although the political aim is to dislodge Houthi Shia rebels and restore the exiled President, Abed-Rabbo Mansour Hadi, thousands of Yemeni civilians have been killed, with schools, hospitals and non-military infrastructure hit. Fuel and food shortages, according to the United Nations, have brought near famine to many parts of the country.

  • Mark Golding

    SEX – DRUGS – DEATH – That Bull-eton mentality; smash up ‘what’ you don’t like – the sledgehammer path to death, destruction, sanctioned starvation, pain, money, fearrr and revenge; revenge is of course the basic tenet, the faith, the Eton way, attack! just because you can.

    Prime Minister PM Cameron, I can pass though, just like dark energy, that Eton barrier where you pretend not to understand me when you understand me perfectly. By reason of the attraction to Blair who has dodged redemption even though damned, you will commit us to war and violate our sympathy.

    Sympathy is the antithesis of revenge, revenge has broken the intermarriage of Sunni and Shia like Protestant and Roman Catholic the trick is recognisable, once ignited the dynamics ensure the most extremist elements hit pay dirt, radical Islam extreme, the doctrine of D’aesh.

    Bombing Syria Mr Cameron will let you climb the ladder to Blair, the riches of royalty, of wealthy; however the rungs are farther apart and every day you will get weaker.

    The level of species destruction in the world today is about at the level of sixty-five million years ago, when a huge asteroid hit the earth and had horrifying ecological effects. It ended the age of the dinosaurs; they were wiped out. It kind of left a little opening for small mammals, who began to develop, and ultimately us. The same thing is happening now, except that we’re the asteroid.

  • Silvio

    Capitalism At Work — Paul Craig Roberts

    Zero Hedge reports a story from “Keep Talking Greece” that first appeared in The Times

    According to the story, the plummeting living standards forced on the Greek people by German chancellor Merkel and the European banks have forced large numbers of young Greek women into prostitution. The large increase in the suppy of women offering sexual services has dropped the price to 4 euros an hour. That’s $4.24, enough for a cheese pie or a sandwich, the value that bankster-imposed austerity has placed on an hour’s use of a woman’s body. The half hour price is $2.12. They don’t even get the minimum wage.

  • Ken2

    Boris Johnston did have articles in the Guardian. They could have been regurgitated in the Guardian and there was much discussion of his £1/4Million fee. This sister had articles in the Guardian as well. The IRA bomb attack was in the Grand Hotel, Brighton. The Tory politicians were reportedly abusing young boys in the upper floor. One is dead. The police warned Thatcher about the abuse and she said, ‘Boys will be boys’ -Edwina Currie.

    Hague destroyed the Report documenting the abuse. He holds hands with Joli campaigning against sexual abuse. An abuse Inquiry has just been set up being led by a Judge from New Zealand because many in the British judiciary have connections to the political establishment. It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. It’s working for Boris so far. Eton, Oxford.

  • KingOfWelshNoir

    Mary – ‘I think it was John Pilger who said that our public schools breed killers.’

    Listed below are three very good books that examine the psychopathology of the boarding school survivor, all by psychotherapists who have treated ‘survivors’.

    It’s all here laid out in meticulously catalogued, technicolour ghastliness. From the primal betrayal of being driven away from the family home at the age of 7 and dumped in a terrifying and hostile ‘dog bully dog’ world. A process that creates emotionally crippled and dysfunctional but superficially self-assured men whose surrogate mother becomes the ‘House’, and the school tie. Much of the personal testimony quoted beggars belief. in the latter half of the 20th century, the food was so bad that vomiting was frequent and unremarkable. Pupils who vomited at dinner were forced to eat it back up. In the 19th century a fight between two kids–forced on by the other kids and not allowed to stop–ended after three hours in one boy dying of a heart attack. The Battle of Waterloo may have been won on the playing fields of Eton, but it was in the dorms after lights out that the Empire was forged.

    Read and be horrified.

    Wounded Leaders: British Elitism and the Entitlement Illusion – A Psychohistory–Nick Duffell

    The Making of Them: The British Attitude to Children and the Boarding School System–Nick Duffell

    Boarding School Syndrome: The psychological trauma of the ‘privileged’ child–Joy Schaverien

  • Mary

    Lord Feldman is a director of

    along with Lords Fink, Saatchi, Strathclyde, Chadlington and Sainsbury, Lady Bottomley and Msrs Spencer, Bamford, Ord and Caroline Spelman.

    He has five other listings including three more Conservative party companies

    C&uco Management Limited
    C&uco Properties Limited
    C&uco Services Limited

    and two in his family clothing manufacturing business, Jayroma.

    It is stated ‘The combined cash at bank value for all businesses where Andrew holds a current appointment equals £1.2m, a combined total current assets value of £22.4m with a total current liabilities of £6.1m and a total current networth of £16.9m’.

    There is also a Lord Basil Feldman (any relation to Andrew?) who, when ennobled in 1996, was introduced by Thatcher and Cecil Parkinson! Remember him? An old smoothie.,_Baron_Feldman

    No escape. He is on the Conservative Party Board of Treasurers, whatever that is.

  • Mary

    Avoid BBC1 this morning. Marr has Chuka Umunna and Fallon on his programme and Andrew Neil has Liam Fox on later.

  • Mary

    I can see nothing on the Guardian written by Boris Johnson but there is much there written about him, what he says and does.

    Politics live with Andrew Sparrow Nov 15 2015
    Boris Johnson says parliament should have an emergency veto over EU law – Politics live

    I sincerely hope he never makes it to No 10.

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