If proof is needed that today’s Labour party is NOT the party of the working person ( indeed it is the party of the NON-working class and the Liberal effete), the following spotted in today’s Thanet Gazette. Party politics side, Allatsea has had the misfortune to meet, briefly, thank goodness, master Scobie. He is indeed a twat of the first order. With a bit of luck his mum won’t let him out that often. When he’s out and playing with the other children in the local Labour party, he really is quite insufferable.
From master Scrobie earlier today, a quote while he was waiting for his mum to cook his ‘Alpha spaghetti’ on toast for his ‘big’ tea. Bless.
“LABOUR election candidate Will Scobie has called on Nigel Farage to “stop playing games” on where he wants to stand.
The Ukip leader again hinted he would stand against him in Thanet South at the general election but the Labour county and district councillor is ready to fight despite Ukip gains at recent European and county polls.
Councillor Scobie said: “I am focusing on Labour’s campaign for South Thanet and things we are doing locally to improve our area. (Note from Ed, please confirm this involves nuking Millmead and Newington?)
“I am looking forward to the battle of ideas with whoever is selected by the other parties, although Farage needs to stop playing games with the media.”
Followed by a heartfelt comment from the great British public……………….who was on his way to start work as Taxi driver on the night-shift at Central Cars.
“I have personally tried to talk to cllr Will Scobie and found him an arrogant and dissmissive oik. He did not even reply to my polite request for some information by email. I would suggest that it is cllr Scobie who is only interested in being in Wesminster and has ambitions way above his station and will ignore local concerns unless there is a political advantage or a photo opportunity to be had, i.e. this article with his meaningless soundbites! Labour are in dissaray in Thanet, this cannot be be good for the local people or Thanet’s economy. Cllr Scobie cannot have very much life experience at the age of 24 and does not have the required skills to be effective as an MP and makes a poor councillor.”