The Wickedest Man in the World is back!







Alastair Campbell and Aleister Crowley. Spooky how the signatures are alike, isn't it?

Yes, the Satanist and Poet, once known as "The Wickedest Man in the World" is re-incarnated, and Number Ten now has the old string-puller and Malcolm Tucker clone back to create and spread evil.

9 comments:

subrosa said...

Wow that is scary WW. I've re-opened my blog just a minute ago. Nothing interesting as yet though so don't rush. :)

Norton Folgate said...

Certainly explains why Gordon has a spring in his step.

Aye We Can ! said...

When I saw you headline, I thought Graeme Souness had been appointed Scotland manager.

This though is potentially worse

desperate Gordon said...

Ha ha Malcolm Tucker was sacked yesterday in "The Thick of it." Two part show though so maybe he'll be reincarnated next week aswell.
Welcome back subrosa !

Nicky said...

OMG!!!! Not only does he has the same initials, but he does a little line under Campbell that looks like a 'y'!!!! Well, that settles it, of course they're virtually interchangeable!!

Another stunning coincidence is that Campbell also shares his initials with ANDY COULSON, Cameron's spinmeister. However, consider the recent case of an employment tribunal finding against Coulson (during his stint as News of the World editor) and awarding a record payout of £800,000 for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination. (This concerned Coulson's appalling bullying of sports reporter Matt Driscoll. ) Quelle surprise! -there has been a news blackout reporting this story, with the exception of the Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/greenslade/2009/nov/25/newsoftheworld-newsinternational

Now, supposing it had been Campbell who'd been found guilty of this, the newspapers would have gone BALLISTIC!!! This would prove once and for all that Campbell is evil incarnate, in line with their simplistic, Tory-biased agenda. Is EVIL Alastair Campbell the same Alastair Campbell who's well known for his charity work and his attempts to address the problems of discrimination against people with depression and other psychological problems? If you take the trouble to read his diaries or his blog (with an open mind), you'll find he's really not the bogeyman he's portrayed as in our dumbed-down media.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Nicky, calm down dear, it's only a very tongue in cheek blog post. However, I think it best that someone with putative psychological problems should stay out of the mind-fucking game, don't you?

Nicky said...

The what game? I don't think he's actually fucked anyone's mind - it's more to do with their perception of him. As for his own state of mind, he was fully aware (in his diaries) about the pressure he was under, and had enough insight to know how far he could push himself and when to quit.

Malcolm Tucker is a sort of panto villain version of Campbell. I do like the surreal nature of his rants (that's pure Armando, not Campbell). I also thought the last episode seemed to be referencing Downfall, with Tucker's beleaguered ranting and the detail of the weeping secretary. Tucker and Hitler, both outsiders (by class and nationality), surrounded by effete incompetents.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Nicky, you should have a blog. We need intelligent people. No hidden meanings in that. Straight up.

Campbell, as you know, masterminded the mass mind fuck that pursuaded many normally sane people to go along with Iraq. No only that, he is very very well known for Malcolm Tucker-like, expletive-laden, rants at anybody who gets in his way. He specialises in re-writing history to suit the Nulab narrative.

What I saying is, to spend your working life trying to alter the doors of perception, when your own doors are coming off the hinges, is foolhardy, but he only has himself to blame if the internal contradictions of his conscience give him problems.

Nicky said...

Well, thanks for the compliment. I have wondered about blogging, it's just finding the time (and inspiration).