SpinWatch Lobbying Event Cancelled

It could have been a great photo opportunity for David Miller, the self-styled lobby group guru behind the shady SpinWatch outfit, to pose, all smiles, in front of the camera with the Cordoba Foundation, the pro-Hamas lobby group, and Bob Lambert, recently exposed police spy. But unfortunately this happy confluence of Islamist lobby groups, police spies and putative anti-lobby group academics that had been arranged around a book launch event at the Jamaat-controlled London Muslim Centre this month will not be going ahead. The Cordoba Foundation have posted an announcement to say that the event has been cancelled due to “Unforseen circumstances”.

The Cordoba Foundation regretfully announces that the forthcoming event on the 8th of November ‘Launch of Two Ground Breaking Pieces of Research’ has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for any incovenience caused.

Lucy Lips explains what these “unforseen circumstances” could be

The “unforseen circumstances” are that, earlier this month, Bob Lambert was unmasked as a police spy, who had spent 5 years infiltrating a non-violent Green anarchist group, during the course of which, he had a relationship with a completely politically uninvolved woman, who he wooed by pretending to be an animal rights activist on the run.

It is a huge shame that this event has been cancelled. It would have been very entertaining indeed to have attended it.

Obviously the cancellation was due to ‘health and safety’ issues. But the health and safety of whom?

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