Beckett is another communist subversive who
infiltrated Her Majesty's Government
in collusion with Blair, Brown et al. She is not communist enough to keep her
fingers out of the till - see under. She is rather like Gina Lollobrigida, less
ugly facing than sideways.
Blair's old woman is on the left and even uglier
source Daily Mail
Margaret Beckett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Returning to the House of Commons, Margaret Beckett gradually moved away from the hard left, supporting incumbent leader Neil Kinnock against Benn in 1988. By this time she was a front bencher, as a spokeswoman on Social Security since 1984, becoming a member of the Shadow Cabinet in 1989 as Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury. After the 1992 General Election she was elected Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and served under John Smith as Shadow Leader of the House of Commons. She became a Member of the Privy Council in 1993. She was the first woman to serve as deputy leader of the Labour Party.
That is just what the Wiki admits to.
Brown Was Given His Job By The Communists [ 20 November 2009 ]
On the whole, however, the communist infiltration of the T&G is hardly a joking matter: its influence in the Labour party was substantial. The decision to give Gordon Brown his first and only safe seat, Dunfermline East, was made by two T&G officials: Hugh Wyper, the regional boss and a Communist Party member, and Alec Kitson. This is not exceptional. Neil Kinnock, Tony Blair, Margaret Beckett, Harriet Harman, John Reid — to name just a few — were all T&G people who made their Labour party careers thanks to the union’s backing. And at that time, of course, T&G political backing was within the gift of Alec Kitson. Chernyaev only saw part of the story however. Other documents, still secret, show Labour’s Soviet relationships ran still deeper.
What a surprise that it is. Well, perhaps not. Pandering to anyone and everyone who will give him leg up is the mark of a real politician, an unprincipled politician, a greedy politicians, a man desperate for the power to harass us.
Communism's Poisoned Legacy From Which Labour Has Never Quite Recovered [ 20 November 2009 ]
Judging only by its electoral performance, the Communist Party of Great Britain was a near-total failure in the 20th century. It only secured a tiny number of MPs at Westminster, while the party membership peaked at just over 60,000 at the height of Soviet popularity during the second world war. But this public lack of success was misleading. The communists exercised considerable secret influence in universities, publishing houses, journalism and even the civil service for decades after 1945............
These diaries indicate that, by the 1970s, an alternative government was in place, handpicked by Moscow to take over the apparatus of the British state once the Cold War was lost...............
Even today we still do not possess anything like a clear picture of how far this penetration stretched. The lure of Moscow is recent. It remains quite staggering how many aspirant Labour politicians were either members of the communist party or, like the Justice Secretary Jack Straw, influenced by the CP at a time when it was controlled by Moscow. The former defence secretary John Reid, for example, was a CP member well into the 1970s, while Peter Mandelson was an influential Young Communist....
Yet Soviet infiltration of the Labour movement remains a neuralgic subject on the left. One of Jack Jones’s brightest protégés was Gordon Brown. And when I approached Downing Street to ask the prime minister whether he would withdraw his outspoken praise for Jones in the light of the recently disclosed fact that he was a KGB asset and long-term traitor, the Prime Minister dithered and dawdled. At length Downing Street came back with a robust ‘no comment’. [ Is this code for Fuck Off? - Editor ]
Treason was afoot. Treason is afoot. Brown, Blair, Mandelson, Reid and Clarke are very much part of it.
8 May 2009 ... Margaret Beckett tried to claim £600 for hanging baskets and pot plants as she lavished tens of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money on ...
hanging-baskets-and-pot-plants-MPs-expenses.html- Similar Audience response reveals depth of voter fury over MPs' expenses scandal.
www.guardian.co.uk/.../15/mps-expenses-houseofcommons - Cached - Similar
15 May 2009 ... Margaret Beckett felt the full force of public anger over the expenses scandal when she was booed and jeered on the BBC's Question Time. ...
pay-back.html- Similar 7 Apr 2009 ... Housing Minister Margaret Beckett claimed at least £106000 in ... she claimed £ 106000 in expenses for a second home in her Derby South ...
exposed-member-homes-club.html- Similar 7 Apr 2009 ... CABINET minister Margaret Beckett rented out her home to an MP while claiming taxpayers' cash AND living in a free flat, it has emerged.
free-flat.html 6 Apr 2009 ... Labour heavyweight Margaret Beckett is caught up in the MPs housing expenses row | Minister becomes the latest MP embroiled in three homes ...
www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2363121.ece - Similar
16 May 2009 ... The housing minister, Margaret Beckett, the fool, kindled it with her excuse about members ... Expenses reveal much about character of MPs ...
www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/.../libby.../article6296815.ece - Similar
HOUSING minister Margaret Beckett today became the latest Cabinet minister ... Derby South MP Mrs Beckett has claimed £106000 in expenses for a second home ...
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