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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

The Lord Levy saga...

Lord LevyThe Herald:

"Lord Levy last night claimed he was the victim of a smear campaign by unnamed figures who wanted him to be the fall-guy of Scotland Yard's cash-for-honours inquiry.

Tony Blair's chief fundraiser delivered an angry riposte to claims he had encouraged another suspect in the police investigation to change her evidence. As the 61-year-old peer was thrust yet again into the spotlight, he complained of being the victim of a "media-style trial".

The latest twist in what one MP dubbed "a soap opera of an investigation" came after the Guardian successfully defeated an attempt by the Attorney General Lord Goldsmith to halt a story in which it said detectives were investigating whether Lord Levy urged Ruth Turner, the Prime Minister's gatekeeper, to "shape the evidence" she gave to the police..."


No doubt about it there is a faction somewhere that sees Levy in particular as a deeply sinister and corrupting figure, and we must take a seriously grave view of someone who has been so intimately tied to Blair, who has been funding this vile party to create these wars, create this crushing police state, but I think we have to be realistic about this too.

You've got a whole range of characters in and associated with the Labour party who are nasty dangerous sick people: pro-war of agression, pro-Orewllian police state, pro-'big lie', pro-deconstruction of society, pro-seizing private assets through a kind of Fabian incrementalism and I'm not sure it is clear that they are all under the thumb of Lord Levy as is sometimes being implied with this scandal.

Look I've really laid into this character and he deserves anything he gets, but my take on this right now, right at this moment, is that Levy, important as he may be, may have been made expendable, possibly he's just not that important anymore and despite whatever trouble he could genuinely be facing, he may be being wielded within that by the regime and its supporters, as a kind of relase valve for the far more serious and multi-layered crisis going on in the UK and a way of keeping the crap game going. On the other hand it is a direct attempt to dismantle Blair and his vile government as well, so we'll see how this plays out....

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4 Comments:

Blogger Richard said...

I've got my own strong views on Lord Levy but sadly, even if he is eventually dumped there'll be no shortage of similar shady characters lining up to replace him.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous jultra said...

Yes Richard, sadly I think you're right there, and I'm starting to doubt how important Levy himself is anymore. Levy is out when Blair is out anyway, he's said that himself, it's Blair he is tied to.

He is an important figure in many ways, and has really bankrolled this party and everything they have done, but I sadly I don't really think it is going to get to the root the problem here.

8:25 PM  
Blogger Irdial said...

None of these people are of any importance at all, and all of this noise is a diversion from the real scandal, 650,000 people murdered in Iraq for no good reason and Britain being turned into a hideous police state in front of our very eyes.

There will always be corruption, and it will always be irrelevant. What matters are the services that we rely on and the prices we pay for them. Our foreign policy. Our human rights and our control over the addition and removal from the statute books of all laws.

These are the core of what really matters. The fact that a few people get rich off of government contracts means nothing in the grand scheme of things as long as your rights are intact and no one can take away your life, liberty or property.

Wishing for a government without corruption is like wishing for a country without crime. These are ideals which can never be made real because human nature abhors total control.

The only thing that is interesting about 'Lord Levy' is that he is a dead ringer for Darth Sidious, Dark Lord of the Sith. Apart from that he is an insignificant piece of less than nothing.

This does not mean that we should not talk about him and this 'scandal' of course. We have to keep up with all the details, because they all help to paint the picture.

10:20 PM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

That's right Irdial. Sometimes I think ok you get rid of Levy and Blair and then what ? Gordon Brown steps in with a new Lord Levy character by his side...

12:32 AM  

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