Friday, 2 November 2012

The Labour MP who calls himself Denis MacShane, who I call Denis MacShame, and whose real name is Denis Matyjaszek, has just had his natural dishonesty exposed yet again.

Many people involved in resisting the European Genocide or simply the Islamic aspect of it have become aware of the NUJ [National Union of Journalists] Guidelines on Race Reporting. (You can read them here). Since their introduction in the 1970s, these guidelines have stifled honest reporting on anything immigration-related and infused radical left-wing political purpose into what ought to have been an honourable task of providing people with the accurate information needed to shape their political decisions. These guidelines encourage journalists to attack and "expose" anyone who questions the benefits of non-European immigration and have led to the Sovietisation of the entire British media landscape.

Not many people know that MacShame was the one who created the NUJ Guidelines on Race Reporting in the 1970s, when he was president of the NUJ.

It should also be borne in mind that MacShame was sacked by the BBC for gross dishonesty when, while working as a reporter on a radio show, he rang in to the show, pretending to be an ordinary member of the public, to attack a Conservative minister. So MacShame had a track record of dishonesty long before he became a Labour MP. Labour knew about his dishonest background and were obviously comfortable with it, otherwise they wouldn't allowed him to represent the party.
The Labour MP for Rotherham is likely to be barred from Parliament for twelve months after the standards watchdog found he had submitted 19 false invoices "plainly intended to deceive".

The Chairman of the Standards and Privileges Committee said it was the “gravest case” to come before MPs.

Between 2004 and 2008, Mr MacShane claimed up to £950 for research and translation costs to pay the European Policy Institute (EPI). The total amount claimed was £12,900.

However, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards John Lyon’s report found that Mr Macshane himself controlled the EPI’s bank account.

“The EPI was a loose network with no formal structure. The names at the bottom of the letterhead were friends and associates of Mr MacShane dating from the early 1990s when he was working in Geneva and the EPI had come into existence,” wrote Mr Lyon.

The Committee on Standards and Privileges announced the suspension over three years after Mr MacShane was reported to the watchdog over his expenses. The Daily Telegraph exposed the expenses scandal in 2009.

The investigation was delayed because of a police enquiry that was only resolved last July. It was not clear why the police enquiry was terminated without charges.

The investigation began after it emerged that Mr MacShane had claimed nearly £20,000 a year in expenses for an office based in the garage of his South Yorkshire home.

The former Minister claimed £125,000 in seven years to cover the costs of running his official constituency base from the garage of his semi-detached home in Rotherham.

The enquiry eventually focused on 19 receipts submitted by Mr MacShane for “research and translation”.

Kevin Barron, the chairman of the committee of MPs said it was “the gravest case which has come to the Committee for adjudication.”

“I am sure the House of Commons will consider our recommendation as soon as possible,” said Mr Barron.

Mr MacShane said he was “obviously desperately sorry for any embarrassment I have caused my beloved Labour Party and its leader Ed Miliband whom I greatly admire.”
He insisted that he had not gained personally from the claims and that the original complaints were politically motivated.

“Clearly I deeply regret that the way I chose to be reimbursed for costs related to my work in Europe and in combating anti-semitism, including being the Prime Minister’s personal envoy, has been judged so harshly,” said Mr MacShane.

Labour declared Mr MacShane's career as a Labour MP to be "effectively over".
A party spokesman said: "These are very serious findings concerning Denis MacShane and we accept his statement this morning that his career as a Labour MP is effectively over.

"In the light of the report's recommendations to the House, the Labour Party has suspended Denis MacShane with immediate effect, pending a full NEC (National Executive Committee) inquiry."
Source: Telegraph

This is a man whose entire career has been based on systematic deceit. Unfortunately for the British people, the consequences of his deceit have been far graver than the few thousand quid he filched from the public purse. The dishonest reporting his guidelines inspired have warped democratic debate in the country, and continue to do so, with the result that everything immigration-related has been shut off from serious public scrutiny.


King Lear said...

Scumbag. I hope the police open another inquiry into him. Apparently he blamed it all on the BNP!

Thom Jefferson said...

Another one doing his master bidding. Take some time and look into the background of this guy, frightening stuff.

Anonymous said...

The Guidelines on Race Reporting are not there anymore. The link brings to an empty page. The real one has been cancelled. Pity! I would have really liked to know them! Are they somewhere else?

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