Let's hear it for the Crystal Methodist: Why, by tonight, Flowers will be portrayed as a hapless 'victim' of an evil newspaper

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Let's hear it for the Crystal Methodist: Why, by tonight, Flowers will be portrayed as a hapless 'victim' of an evil newspaper

Post  wyatt1 on Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:43 pm

Read all about it. Gay Methodist minister-cum-banking boss in drug-fuelled sex orgy. It was as if Leveson never happened.
You can’t beat a dirty vicar story on a Sunday morning. Especially if said clergyman happens to have another day job as that most hated of species, the banker.
So it was with great relish that we sat down to read the tawdry tale of the Reverend Paul Flowers, former head of the Co-op Bank, who was nabbed by the Mail on Sunday buying crystal meth and crack cocaine. He seems to have been shopped by a man he met over an iPhone.
With stories like this, it’s always difficult to know where to start. Once you’ve stopped laughing, of course.


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"But just imagine if he’d been the head of another financial institution, not the Left’s favourite ‘ethical’ bank, and was a major sponsor of 32 Tory, not Labour MPs.
His exploits would have led every BBC bulletin, with Ed Balls at the head of the lynch mob. 
There would be condemnatory Panorama specials. Newsnight would probably invent a new dance for him. Paxman might even shave his beard off in acknowledgement of the gravity of this ‘crime’.
My guess is that by tonight Flowers, who makes the coke-snorting Mayor of Toronto look like a Trappist monk, will be portrayed as a hapless ‘victim’ of an evil newspaper. Soon, we will be deep into ‘personal tragedy’ territory, just like the revolting Oaten.
No doubt hysterical accusations of ‘homophobia’ will be levelled at anyone questioning his behaviour."  UNQUOTE.



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Post  gerber on Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:52 pm

The press will be leevesoned or hacked to kill the story
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Post  ALLAKAKA on Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:42 pm

@wyatt1 wrote:Read all about it. Gay Methodist minister-cum-banking boss in drug-fuelled sex orgy. It was as if Leveson never happened.
You can’t beat a dirty vicar story on a Sunday morning. Especially if said clergyman happens to have another day job as that most hated of species, the banker.
So it was with great relish that we sat down to read the tawdry tale of the Reverend Paul Flowers, former head of the Co-op Bank, who was nabbed by the Mail on Sunday buying crystal meth and crack cocaine. He seems to have been shopped by a man he met over an iPhone.
With stories like this, it’s always difficult to know where to start. Once you’ve stopped laughing, of course.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2509588/RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-Lets-hear-Crystal-Methodist-Why-tonight-Flowers-portrayed-hapless-victim-evil-newspaper.html#ixzz2l6f4wwys 
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QUOTE:
"But just imagine if he’d been the head of another financial institution, not the Left’s favourite ‘ethical’ bank, and was a major sponsor of 32 Tory, not Labour MPs.
His exploits would have led every BBC bulletin, with Ed Balls at the head of the lynch mob. 
There would be condemnatory Panorama specials. Newsnight would probably invent a new dance for him. Paxman might even shave his beard off in acknowledgement of the gravity of this ‘crime’.
My guess is that by tonight Flowers, who makes the coke-snorting Mayor of Toronto look like a Trappist monk, will be portrayed as a hapless ‘victim’ of an evil newspaper. Soon, we will be deep into ‘personal tragedy’ territory, just like the revolting Oaten.
No doubt hysterical accusations of ‘homophobia’ will be levelled at anyone questioning his behaviour."  UNQUOTE.



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 I think that Flowers has Arched his Bishop at the rear ends of enough young men.
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