Continuing the delightfully fun kicking of Mad Nad Dorries—after all, it's so damn easy because she is, let's face it, as thick as pigshit—is Liberal Conspiracy: they are asking, who is funding Nadine's Campaign, eh?
A week ago Nadine Dorries launched the 20 weeks Campaign through the Daily Mail, which wrote up this glowing story and dedicated its editorial comment strip to supporting it. The 20 Weeks website has Nadine Dorries MP’s picture on every page and she has promoted it relentlessly through her blog. So we can reasonably assume it is her campaign.
Indeed,, and this is, of course, relevant from a funding point of view.
But who is behind this campaign? Is it just Ms Dorries? The website doesn’t say. On the Q&A page however it does have this question: Is this a religious campaign?. Answer: “No. There are people of all faiths and of no faith who support this campaign.”
But that’s about it. Shouldn’t we be told who is running a campaign fronted by a Conservative MP?
Yup. And can you guess who it might be? Well, yes, obviously it's religious nutjobs; but which ones, eh?
I say this because thanks to Unity we can provide the answer. A search on the domain name reveals that it was registered by David Clark. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
That email address is a give-away because David Clark is in fact one of the founding members of Christian Concern for our Nation.
In other words, Nadine Dorries is fronting and representing campaign without declaring that is in fact being run by a religious group that: “exists to serve the Church by providing information to enable Christians to publicly stand up against a tide of unchristian legal and political changes in the United Kingdom.”
CCFON launched its own anti-abortion website recently called Alive and Kicking. AaK is linked to from the 20 weeks website in numerous places.
Let's not be too hard on Dorries though; not only is she so thick that the true extent of her stupidity is almost beyond comprehension, but she's pig-ignorant too. Although, come to think of it, that was an inappropriate phrase to use: they're very intelligent animals, pigs, and they are a fuck sight more useful than Dorries too.
Still, CCFON are not the only sky-fairy-driven loons involved in Nadine's campaign, oh no.
CCFON is close to the Conservative Christian Fellowship (CCF), which was co-founded by Tim Montgomerie of ConservativeHome and includes Caroline Spelman MP as one of its members. The website says that: “For many years the CCF has been hosted within Conservative Campaign Headquarters.” Sweet.
Well, isn't this cosy? Because I keep hearing rumours that Tim Montgomerie and Nadine Dorries are very, very good good friends. I couldn't possibly comment on whether or not they are actually fucking, because I don't know, but there's no smoke without fire. Although, to be fair, most of that smoke is probably coming from Nadine's burning underpants.
So, let us sum up Nadine Dorries, shall we?—financial obfuscation, shadowy undeclared backers, misappropriation of taxpayers' money, a quite embarrassing penchant for self-publicity, rumours of sexual shenanigans, misrepresentation of testimonials, total disregard for the rules that everyone else must obey, rampant hypocrisy, an inability to accept and digest established facts, a propensity simply to smear those with whom she disagrees, a near pathological inability to construct or sustain a cogent argument, a staggering combination of stupidity and ignorance and a quite fantastic inability to open her mouth or touch a keyboard without lying.
She's the perfect MP really, eh?