Re: *** Pete***
- From: "Pat Gardiner" <patgardiner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2007 09:59:13 -0000
"Jim Webster" <jim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Steve Firth" <%steve%@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Pat Gardiner <patgardiner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The reason that ukba has suddenly gone quiet is that a series of
have been published,
More like because it's the seven day orgy that is Christmas and nobody
can be arsed picking apart your convoluted paranoid conspiracy theories.
is there a link to this series of articles, or is a trivial detail like
fact not mentioned
Go look! You will get no assistance of any kind from me. It won't be easy.
It was not intended to be.
Perhaps the articles are as nebulous as his power to close down the news
group in ten minutes?
You should not be so dismissive. Sooner or later, you are going to face an
investigation into your activities and whether they were on behalf of or
authorised by the CLA.
***Pete*** was actually the one that gave the competent authorities the easy
excuse for turning the whole politburo over.
You probably don't remember the discussion on setting the costs of the
annual meeting in Oxfordshire against VAT.
***Pete*** picked it up and queried the legitimacy at the time.
Now you can hardly claim back the VAT if it was not a business meeting. You
will obviously have minutes and accounts of what was discussed. It appears
to have the form of an AGM, it was certainly annual.
HMC&R will know all about it thanks to ***Pete***
You can see why Oz is now so reluctant to comment publicly. When your
supporters are reduced to Frith and Ogilvie, and you have people like
***Pete*** watching you, you have no future. You are a bigger danger to your
friends than your opponents.
I can well believe you have taken to your mental bunker and are moving
imaginary armies of supporters, when only the First Olive Stallholders and
the Secondrate Twitcher Regiment are left.
Off you go to Google. I suggest you ask your pals at Defra's bent vets, it
will be quicker.
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