Open Letter to Douglas Alexander MP about Renfrewshire Council [Part II]:

Dear Douglas Alexander,

This is Part II of my open letter to you.

You may have noticed that for an open letter that made reference to Renfrewshire Council, Part I of my open letter contained precious little about that council. Part II is going to be more focused on Renfrewshire Council.

First of all, why have I got in touch with you? I am doing this for a few reasons. In the first place, after this week’s Dispatches Programme, the world is more prone today than it was last week about the potential of our democratic process and justice system being corrupted from top to bottom by undercover cops. A few days ago what I have been saying was publicly dismissed by wretched apologists for British Intelligence and Tony Blair like David Aaronovitch as the ramblings of a paranoid schizophrenic. In the light of revelations in the last few days, more people will be open to the possibility that what I am saying has substantial basis in fact.

There is a second reason why I have decided to get in touch with you. While I have precious little hope that you will want to release any information damaging to British Intelligence when you like other Blairites (John Reid, Jack Straw, David Blunkett) rely on such criminals to protect you from genuine socialists, I have no problem making your job as difficult as possible by forcing you to at least pretend you conducted an investigation into the criminality that I am alleging on the part of British Intelligence agencies, undercover cops, state agents/assets.

Comrade Douglas, if you do indeed uncover serious criminality on the part of British Intelligence, and then choose to bury that truth for whatever reason, I suspect you will find this impossible to keep the lid on forever and a day.

There is a third reason why I am getting in touch with you about these matters at this point in time, whereas I have bent over backwards to have nothing to do with you up to this point. Two days ago I got a phone call from my advocate. He phoned me last week to tell me that Renfrewshire Council were having a meeting about me and I was not invited to attend that meeting. My advocate told me he could attend and represent me. As far as I am concerned, this meeting was illegal. My advocate told me about certain things that were discussed and he saw no problem with this. Well, I most certainly do and I will be raising this with you, as my MP. The fact my advocate was unaware that there was anything problematic with these people discussing these issues is no reflection on his integrity. I like this individual. What is more, I trust him to do his job to the best of his ability. I have no complaint about him whatsoever. And that is saying a lot because I have been betrayed by just about everyone else I have discussed these issues with so far.

If you choose to betray me as my MP the way all these other so-called carers have betrayed me, there will be a public record of that betrayal as I intend to make my criticism of Renfrewshire Council social workers, housing officers, GPs, individuals employed by Renfrewshire Council allegedly to provide me with care, and the Scottish Care Quality Commission. I will also name and shame individual journalists who I have tried to investigate these issues, including Channel Four’s Darshan Soni, BBC’s Glenn Campbell and ex-Sunday Herald political editor, Paul Hutcheon.

[end of Part II]

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