Friday, April 04, 2008

How Unseemly

"The full membership of the FIA will be invited to attend the meeting
at which the widespread publicity following an apparently illegal invasion of
the FIA President's privacy will be discussed," they stated.

"The FIA has noted that Mr Mosley is preparing legal proceedings
against the newspaper in question."

Britain's News of the World Sunday tabloid detailed how he had paid
for sex with prostitutes in an apparent Nazi-themed orgy.

Mosley has denied any "Nazi connotation to the matter" and has
blamed a "covert" operation against him.

Notice that Max Mosley denies only that the matter had any "Nazi connotation." I believe the President of the FIA when he says that. It is my firm belief that he wanted the girls to treat him like Bernie Ecclestone and they assumed it was some kind of Nazi fantasy.

On an absolutely unrelated note:
Mosley is the son of British Union of Fascists party founder Oswald Mosley,
a former British politician who served in Parliament for both the Labour and
Conservative parties. Oswald Mosley died in 1980.
I give Britain's Fascists credit for not hiding under some other party's name.

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