Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Peter Mandelson is telling half the oligarch story; ID cards will be next Labour deception

Philip Johnston in The Telegraph writes about Peter Mandelson, here's an extract:
"As Lord Mandelson said, in his position it was inevitable that he would meet industrialists, financiers and businessmen like Mr Deripaska. This is undoubtedly true, though why it is also necessary to go on holiday with them is not fully explained.

He promises to be more careful in future: by this he means more circumspect about those with whom he consorts, rather than less cavalier with the facts.

Indeed, this whole business has followed the template drawn up at the birth of "New Labour", of which Lord Mandelson was one of the proud parents. It does not necessarily tell outright lies (OK, it does, just not all the time) but nor does it ever tell the whole truth."

and how the Labour government are trying to justify and will try to keep on with the ID card scheme. What Philp Johnston does not explain is that the ID card scheme is all about the National Identity Register and further controlling the UK public.

1 comment:

Letters From A Tory said...

Mandelson is deceit and corruption personified. Labour thought things couldn't get any worse so they brought him back, but they could live to regret that.