Alex Hilton: How does a Labour PPC use a saturday afternoon?

How does a Labour PPC spend their time on a Saturday afternoon?

Well I am sure that those who are dedicated to serving the communities they hope to represent are busy putting together election strategies for their constituencies, out pushing leaflets perhaps, holding meetings, talking to potential voters, or even doing normal stuff like taking in a football match….

Not if your Alex Hilton it seems, the Labour hopeful in Chelsea and Fulham. (I say hopeful as it seems that Alex still has to write his first words on his candidate blog, sitting there empty since October last year).

No, Alex it seems is more into plotting and scheming on a Saturday afternoon, and I presume most other times as well, if his history is anything to go by.

It appears that rather than be open and honest about what he stands for, or talking to his ‘voters’ about policies, Alex is planning to steal the entire Albion Alliance candidate pledge database for a new project he has in mind.

In an email to developers at he says:

I have a project I want to build using this data to try to break down people’s personal ties to political parties where they are based on preconceptions rather than actual knowledge of the candidates.

So Alex, rather than building trust in politicians, is hell bent on destroying any trust. What kind of PPC is that? And rather than ask to use the information in The Albion Alliance database, Alex is planning to just steal it. What kind of PPC is into planning potentially criminal activities?

But what a massive, outdated left wing biased chip he sports when referring to the Albion Alliance:

Some nationalist fundamentalists have about 1700 candidates listed on their site, which would be a good first step for scraping

Plus they’re xenophobes so i don’t mind stealing the data they took so much effot to compile.

Hmm, can’t spell either. But what kind of PPC is he? Someone who would rather destroy the democratic will of the people by using such stupid labels can only be laughed at and mocked. The looney left is certainly still in circulation, although we think Alex just might still be a little miffed that we accused him of obfuscation over his reply to our letter inviting him to sign the Albion Alliance pledge.

This is a man whose naked hatred of democracy and the desire of the people to have their say on the EU in a referendum, whether it be yes or no, in a strictly neutral fashion as The Albion Alliance is promoting, appears to be driving him to take ever more irresponsible actions, ever closer to illegality. Indeed one has to ask what is he likely planning to steal next? A Government database?, a child protection database perhaps? Is this really the kind of man anyone in Chelsea & Fulham want as their MP?

Poor Alex, I am almost beginning to feel sorry for him, as I heard today that while he has been planning and plotting to rip off someone else’s hard work, he apparently hasn’t been taking care of the details of his own site, Recess Monkey. has now been co-opted to serving the musical outpourings of Recess Monkey “the acclaimed children’s music band from Seattle, WA!” . Devils Kitchen has the details.

Alex, all I can say is its hard work that gets results, not theft, but if you really really want to be so lazy as to steal our stuff, knock yourself out, but remember Alex, don’t steal, the government doesn’t like the competition!!

Now, as a final word we did notice that you also said:

I’f I could acquire a few thousand in sponsorship money, who would be up for it?

Our Albion Alliance developer wants to know how many thousands you talking about? For the right price he might even be willing to organise something for you. Oh the Irony….

p.s. To the Admins and Developers at MySociety.

The Albion Alliance would be more than happy in working with you in keeping respective databases of candidates and their contact details up to date so long as it serves the purpose of keeping the public informed in a truly democratic fashion. However, we, and we hope you, will distance yourselves from the kind of anti-democratic, misleading and subversive projects that are being suggested and have been undertaken in the past by the politically derelict Alex Hilton.


About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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6 Responses to Alex Hilton: How does a Labour PPC use a saturday afternoon?

  1. alex Hilton says:

    Firstly I didn’t obfuscate. I merely disagree with you.

    Secondly the sponsorship would pay developers for their time. If I found developers who want to build the project, I would seek sponsors to pay them.

    Third, you have quite duplicitously declined to quote the specification for the project that I laid out. And you seem to be so distracted by some bunting decked lunacy to realise the project if built would help organisations like yours. It would be a means to pub candidates down to thru own views where people currently just guess candidates are like their parties.

    While your website complains of parties refusing to let their candidates answer your semiliterate email, I have taken the trouble to let you know my position on the issue of concern to you.

    Why don’t you organise a public hustings in Chelsea and see what local people think of your agenda?

  2. ukwebspider says:

    Jesus said “By their words shall you know them”

    Here’s yours:

    “Plus they’re xenophobes so i don’t mind stealing the data they took so much effot to compile.”

    A man that doesn’t mind stealing is surely not suitable for office.

    • Exactly so.

      Its sad that Hilton cannot differentiate between what is right and wrong, what is acceptable and what is not.

      • Alex Hilton says:

        pinch, pilfer, nick or otherwise acquire. there is no law against taking the information from your site that is already in the public domain.

        there is a moral hurdle – is it right for me to use a resource that you guys have worked so hard to compile? Normally that would bother me – but I am quite happy to forgo moral niceties if it means hurting the feelings of white supremacist bigots.


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  4. “white supremacist bigots?”

    Alex, your stinking party promised us a referendum, and then betrayed the promise. I wonder how New Labour would have done in the last election if instead of promising a referendum, you had called everyone who wanted one a ‘white supremacist bigot’.

    What are you even saying, you fool? That non-white people can’t be British or English?

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