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Sunday, 11 June 2017

DID CLLR MASON GO TO PUBLIC SCHOOL?

Public school bully
The Dame hates public school bullying so asks the question, "did Cllr Pat Mason go to public school?"
An odd question but relevant.... 
At last evening's count, Mason went up to Victoria Borwick's very young son saying something to the effect, "your mother lost 'coz she was no good"!

Excuse the Dame's French but what an ignorant prick! 

The Dame just cannot imagine Emma behaving in such a callous and brutal way. 
Reminds the Dame of the worst kind of fascist.
Grow up, Mason and take on someone of your own size.
You give the LP a bad name.
The Dame expects an apology or explanation for your crudeness.

67 comments:

  1. I can just imagine Cllr Comrade Masonov guarding and tormenting the Tsar's kids before they were massacred.
    Mind you, I am concerned the Dame, whom we thought to be such a lady, stooping to calling him a prick even though he might be. She sounds as vulgar as Masonov

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    1. The guy was warped from birth

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    2. Lord Ken - my daughter went to the council to try and get a flat - she was made to wait for two days and treated like a dog - being told that there was no chance of getting somewhere as the Conservative administration had no stomach for 'social ' housing and she would never get anywhere .That's a bigger slap in the face than - 'your mother wasn't any good'.Grow up and understand the administration has treated normal people in the borough like 's***' for years -no wonder they were cheering their candidate outside the town hall.

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    3. Lord Ken instead of blogging here about a ' minorism ' and as you are obviously part of the establishment - wouldn't it be better if you popped down to number 10 to give you glorious leader some idea's. She is keeping her Majesty waiting at Buck House so she can read the queens speech and Maybot has no ideas. Perhaps EDC can put a call in to Wills and Kate as they are now in a Labour Constituency and may be able to send EDC'S apologies on behalf of the ever late Mrs May . Emma will explain that Mrs May has taken some u-turns and as a result she may never get there.

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    4. 11:37 sorry, are you saying she was made to stay in the Council offices for two days?

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  2. What a ghastly, undignified, piece of Socialist humanity. To think I voted Labour in Richmond Park when people like this enjoy the political haven provided by the Labour Party. Emma Dent Coad may not be everyone's cup of tea but she is polite

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    1. Shane -This smacks of bad losers . There was no need for 3 recounts . Is this all they can come up with .Pathetic.

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    2. This from the same Party that has sent people back to work claiming they were fit for work and stopped their benefit - this has lead to the death of 2,400 people .
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3213051/Almost-2-400-people-declared-fit-work-taken-benefits-controversial-government-crackdown-dead-TWO-WEEKS.html
      This is why people did not vote Conservative . The cruel Conservatives

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  3. I could not abide Lady Borwick but it is ignorant to say such things to a young child, ignorant and rather of behaviour to bully a child. I hope his party is proud of him ?

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  4. Yes EDC is so polite that she did nothing to stop the braying Labour mob outside the Town Hall waiting to abuse the other candidates.

    It is going to be interesting EDC's Labour Council colleagues cannot abide her.

    My prediction is that there will be an EDC car crash sooner rather than later.

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    1. If the ' Braying Mob ' were so bad anD so abusive surely her Majesty s Constabulary would have intervened as there were plenty of them in the vicinity .Methinks this is Conservative sour grapes . It wasn't just the 'Braying Mob ' that voted for Emma - it was shock horror - ex Conservative Voters disillusioned with Conservative Policy and a ' Lazy Lady ' . Disgraceful of the Conservatives to ask for 3 recounts - when it was quite clearly a Labour Win. Excellent work by Mr Redpath and his staff to ensure the correct outcome . Friday was a day for Democracy in RBKC - SUCK IT UP.

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    2. Anonymous 22.10 -
      Its going to be interesting- Mays Cabinet Colleagues cannot abide her . My prediction is that there will be a ' May ' car crash sooner rather than later .

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    3. 22:10 Sore loser! Baying mob? Look at the footage you fool, no such thing!

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  5. Yes, I was at the count. Normally these affairs are decorous with candidates from all political hues treating each other with respect.
    The Labour supporters looked like rampaging animals screaming and shouting 'fuck the Tories'....very elegant!
    I know EDC doesn't approve but she could have made more effort to stop it.
    If she wants to get traction in the rest of the Borough she needs to remember that civilised residents don't like mob rule.
    Labour MP's need to eat humble pie and grovel to Corbyn and McDonnell.
    You can bet that her Labour council colleagues won't be doing that.
    Judith Blakeman and Robert Atkinson and the others can't stand her.
    I sense trouble ahead.

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    1. Blakeman and Atkinson have never fought for anything outside of their own self interest.

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    2. Ex Lab 22.46 - Bet Theresa May and Michael Gove cant wait to talk about the old days as they are great friends aren't they . If the Tories want traction on the Borough - they might just have to accept that they need to represent all voters - not just those on 100k plus.

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    3. There weren't any Conservative supporters at the town hall .

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    4. Spalding & Freeman looked weary andd dejected. Should have listened to residents!

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  6. Cllr Mason has a huge chip on his shoulder. Old style Labour, bitter and twisted to the core. In time these old elephants die out but in the meantime it is tedious to have to put up with them.

    Mason is also "very small". It is sad that he felt the need to pick on an even smaller person to get a charge. A truly underwhelming person.

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    1. Portnoy - ditto - Cllr Lightfoot.

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  7. Typical New Labour saying I is 'very small'. I call that 'sizism' and it's as bad as 'racism'.
    My real problem is that I am quite stoopid and that is why all the posh git cllrs larf at me. The first thing Comrade Corbyn needs to do is pass a big law saying it wrong to take the piss out of being stoopid. All stoopid people like me have a right to tell clever people want to do. That's rite, innit?

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  8. When the peasants keep dying 12 years sooner than their masters; when we live in places you wouldn't keep your dogs in; when we watch our grandparents die after forced moves; when you don't know how many foodbanks there are in the borough, you'll graciously understand why ordinary people become angry.

    You see 'rampaging animals' - well, we've been called dung beetles before, by decorous, polite, well bred and ever so clubbable genuine monsters.

    Monsters who have found it inconceivable that they might not be in power and have lost face rather than be 'dignified' or 'eat humble pie' and just concede.

    Meanwhile, one of Borwicks boys has been running a filthy campaign as part of Cambridge Analytica, and has been gathering all kinds of online data much more locally. Now that will affect you in all kinds of ways that you have no idea about yet.

    Keep throwing stones at the animals. But the tigers are right behind you.

    Let's see how quickly you come rushing to his defence when you find yourselves in some dodgy water because of his shenanigans.

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    1. zzzzzzzzzzzz!
      More self pity. Grow up and get a pair....or better still get a job rather making an industry out of whining.
      Yes, I was walking around the other day and someone yelled out, " hello dung beetle, how are you today?" For fuck's sake, stop playing the victim

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    2. Lord and Lady Kensington12 June 2017 at 08:09

      Good to see the workers have chosen Emma D-C to lead them.
      Emma, like me is very posh and used to be and 'honourable' and from a very grand family.
      Good to see she has chosen to educate her children at £30,000 a year, Christ's Hospital. OK, they might have got in on scholarshios but no common comp for her kids.
      More Old Lab hypocrisy....message to the workers....'don't do as I do; do as I say.

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    3. Anon 18.02 can you please direct your comments to Lady Borwick son pls .

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    4. 08.02 I see your mama taught you well: swallow it all down and don't complain. It's contemptible. Being hungry, homesick, beaten and worse is the making of many a young master, it's what's made our nation great.

      If our children can learn it at 7 then why can't these plebs Oop North?

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  9. Mason is a British name and the reptile looks British. But disgraceful Cllr Mason forgets a British core value - men should never kick women and children

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    1. Cllr Mason is a very brave and dedicated Councillor.

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    2. Sorry, I forgot my name for a moment!
      Cllr Mason is a very brave and dedicated councillor.

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    3. No - that comment wasn't from Cllr Mason .or the anonymous one before .

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    4. It bloody well was! Are you saying I got one of those split personalities?

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    5. No... I'm Spartacus..LOL

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  10. The Labour rabble outside the Town Hall were Westway 23 and Momentum. They are abusive, shouty and angry and don't represent the ordinary voter. But they got Emma elected so she will be in thrall to them first and foremost.

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    1. Its called ' the electorate ' .

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    2. 09:45 Westway is in the constituency. Your comment just shows why Cons lost, no care for residents! Westway residents want a better healthier area, what is so wrong with that? Expect a similar result during local elections next year Cons will actually have to work for the vote.

      How many bad losers are in this borough, you thought putting some leaflets through the door was going swing it. You lost!

      The disenfranchised throughout Kensington are sick of the same old inaction from the Conservatives.

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  11. So much for Dent Coad claiming that she will represent us all. She will be at the beck and call of Westway 23 and the Momentum mob.
    I sense tears before bedroom.

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    1. As opposed to Property Developers and Elephant Killers . Go EDC.

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  12. She couldn't cope with her Ward work. Too busy with genteel Marxism. So her Constituency case work is going to be a disaster.

    By the way when is the Con Asscn chairman going to do the decent thing and resign?

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    1. Emma is one of the hardest working Councillors in RBKC -that's why people voted for her . Perhaps you should suggest to the next Tory Candidate , it might actually be worthwhile actually doing some work with ' the Rabble', which in this case means everyone who did not vote Conservative. A high handed and arrogant approach - which from the Comments on here show - are the reasons people did not vote for you.

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    2. A big thank you to Julie Mills from all at Labour HQ - You did a wonderful Job . Congratulations.

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    3. Don't think Borwick did too much with her workload. Couldn't even be bothered to turn up for the Count , let alone the hustings .

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    4. If anyone knows where she was during the night of the second hustings do let everyone know. Claimed she had a previous engagement in North Ken.

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  13. Should be very interesting how all this crap pans out..... watch this space - me thinks - you may get some good gossip....

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    1. From 10 Downing Street methinks .

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  14. Why was a 'child ' at the count anyway ?

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    1. Because the child is 17, dimwit.
      You don't go of your way to insult the child's mother, you ignorant f*****g oaf!

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    2. Charming .

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    3. Dimwit Watch - Loser !

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  15. Cllr Mason is wrong. Victoria did not lose because she was no good. She was never going to set the Thames on fire and she supported odd causes like tearing live foxes to pieces and slaughtering elephants, but she was a good constituency MP. It was the arrogant antics of her former colleagues at the Town Hall, their ongoing destruction of all communities in the borough and the way Fielding-Mellen is bullying residents of all our much needed social housing estates that did for her.

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    1. Fielding Mellon has to go - a vote loser if ever there was one . ' The estate does not dictate to the landlord' It just did- he is everything that is wrong with the Conservatives .

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    2. 11:31 if you think LVB was a good MP we would love to know why. She was self serving of the worst kind, more intereted in her photograph being taken then to deal with issues which had nothing to do with her constituentcy.

      She would not even support locals over the demolishition of the Odeon. She did not lose because of the council but because everyone saw she was part of this toxic Horton coterie.

      The Dame was right to support her in 2015 but she has not shown one element of care for constituents. People post and say she was a great MP but no real details or fact to the statements.

      Local businesses on their last legs trying to survive, she did nothing for local businesses; she was more interested in getting ivory trade off the manifesto.

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  16. Our new MP can set the standard by immediately refusing to triple dip, as Victoria B did not do. At the moment Emma gets a councillor allowance, a special responsibility allowance, an allowance for being on the London Fire authority and of course now an MP salary. Since we all criticised VB for this and we now have a principled MP, let us hope Emma won't follow VB's example.

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    1. VB didn't set any examples. Self Interested has been.

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    2. VB did triple dip - Councillor, Deputy Mayor, MP .

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  17. The rich Tories flogged all their houses to foreign investors in RBKC. The only ones left are the Labour Voters on the Council estates . It looks like Tory gerrymandering has imploded.

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  18. Borwick did not even turn up to the counts & did not turn up until Friday evening!

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  19. Great stuff from our new MP

    "In Queen’s Gate ward, just south of Kensington Palace, the home of Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, one in five homes are empty or second homes" she said.

    “I strolled from Warwick Road down Kensington High Street and I photographed all the buildings to see if the lights are on,” she said. “There is an entire block, bought by one family, and they are never there and it is completely empty. In another block, One Kensington, there are 97 super-luxury flats and there are only four that ever have lights on.

    “Planning should be about people, not about making money for developers, and we have lost the plot on that. I am going to be shouting loud and hard about that in my role.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/11/emma-dent-coad-vows-to-confront-kensingtons-extreme-inequality

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  20. This story is ridiculous.

    It describes Cllr. Mason approaching "Borwick's very young son" who we subsequently then learn is seventeen. Seventeen is not very young. This is not a child, this is a young man. A young man who can quite happily smoke, drink, drive and fornicate to his heart's content. The story as written is grossly inaccurate.

    And the "extremely offensive" remark that is alleged to have been uttered? "Your mum lost 'coz she was no good". Are you having a laugh? If this is the extent of Cllr. Mason's cutting remarks I don't think the family Borwick have much to fear!

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    1. You do not go up to a complete stranger and, without reason, insult his mother. If you do, you are an undignified little prick. And, if you think it acceptable you are a total dimwit.

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    2. Or: The boy is a man. The insult is barely an insult. Some skins are clearly very thin. This ALLEGED incident been blown out of all proportion.

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    3. Dame, there are many children in the borough putting up with far worse than being told that their "mum is no good". Perhaps the reason many of those who frequent this site fail to understand the result of the election is because they have little or no understanding of the reality that much of the borough's populace has to live through each and every day. There are children living in this borough who would quite happily put up with being told that their "mum is no good" if it meant they got to eat three proper hot meals a day. Time to step of that yacht and into brutal reality?

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    4. Hear - Hear .

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  21. What a very fatuous response! There is something very uplifting about seeing someone being magnanimous in victory. What Mason did was pointless and poisonous.
    Emma Dent Coad went up to Victoria Borwick and gave her a consoling hug.
    That is the way to behave.
    We know that there are children living in terrible circumstances and if my memory serves me correctly both Dent Coad and Borwick helped the Family Holiday Association with their fund raising.
    The FHA is the Dame's favourite charity because it sends financially and socially hard pressed families away on simple seaside breaks.
    Emma Dent Coad won because, amongst other things, she knows how to behave.
    To try to rationalise Mason's behaviour by relating it to the plight of suffering children in the Borough is an insult to our collective intelligence.

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    1. Arguably no less insulting than the suggestion that Borwick's son is very young. Sob stories all round, all equally fatuous and insulting to those reading.

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  22. Mason is a nasty and twisted piece of work. Pithy attitude that gets off on the misfortune of people he doesn't like...err, that most people. Think he's Arthur Scargill's bastard love child who gained nothing from his estate except for a commemorative coal miners hat. Who wouldn't be bitter....?

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  23. I had an excellent conversation with Pat Mason this weekend - one of the hardest working councillors who is fully committed to the concerns of Golborne and North Kensington residents. In the course of our conversation I realised that young Borwick had mistaken me for Councillor Mason - well it was very late at night and the mood was tense - to say the least! Unrepentant 'chippy' Labour Supporter and EDC Election Agent

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