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Remember this statement from Activate, the Tory version of Momentum?

You should; it only appeared on the organisation’s (yet-to-be-launched, allegedly) website a couple of days ago, and is still there at the time of writing.

Well, it’s a lie.

So evidence is available to tie the abusive language to pro-Conservative campaigners.

According to Kerry-Anne Mendoza in The Canary, Activate membership director Fizarn Adris was in the WhatsApp chat – and had a Twitter account revealing a “hostile attitude” to poor and vulnerable people (“had” being the operative word – it has been all but cleaned out now).

And what are the mass media doing about all this?

They’re turning it into a story of abuse by left-wingers. Seriously:

No “allegedly” about it – I’d say that’s deliberately misleading the public.

Meanwhile, here’s a clip of the chap in charge of Activate, from 1987:


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