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Iain Duncan Smith Google Search – The Truth!

Iain Duncan Smith?  Is he…?

  1. Young?
  2. Angry?
  3. Evil?
  4. Wanker?
  5. DWP?
  6. Eating?


All of them!

A simple image search on Google for Iain Duncan Smith produces these results? (Click image for more clarity).

Iain Duncan Smith Google Search

Iain Duncan Smith Google Search

(Is Google hinting at something?)

A.  Actually, yes.      These results are effectively word association popularity stakes!!

n.b. Notice how “a quiet honourable man” doesn’t figure anywhere here…?  See this link for those that have forgotten his own self-assessment.

Instead of “quiet, resolute and honourable” (his MP title), the public think of “Young, Angry, Evil, Wanker” when they think of Iain Duncan Smith.

Google and Microsoft agree measures to block abuse images

Child Abusers

Child Abusers

I didn’t think of these two blokes on the left first.

The first thing I thought of when seeing this headline in the news, was that the major search engines would block all tory mp and supporter images, since, in my mind, there’s nothing more abusive on the planet, having ruined the lived of millions both historically and in the present.  “Lower than vermin” said Bevan, and he was right.

The real child abuse is to the vast hordes of little ones right here now, their parents paralysed with the real fear of poverty, homelessness and starvation.  Zero hours contracts.  No unemployment benefit if you’re deemed to be sick by some unqualified dork in an office.  Working for Peackocks for nothing.  IDS is one of the key foci and instigators of this terror.

Anyway, Google search has thrown up, in no uncertain terms, what are the most popular searches that include the lying bastard‘s name.  That’s them above, repeated here again….  Young, Angry, Evil, Wanker

I’ve since redone the exercise for a few familiar names. The first few returns for each are shown:

Nick Clegg: David Cameron, wife, sad
David Cameron: young, Nick Clegg, wife, smiling
Dennis Skinner: young, angry, 1970, quotes
Margaret Thatcher: Evil, 2012, Margaret Thatcher fun…, 2013
Neil Kinnock: Glenys Kinnock, Tony Benn, Michael Foot, Spitting Image
Tony Benn: 2013, Quotes, Beard
Tony Blair: 1997, Bush, 2013, Black and White
Winston Churchill: WW2, Cigar, Quotes, A Child
Ed Miliband: Wallace, Young, Wallace Gromit, Jogging
Gordon Brown: Smiling, young, Obama, Face

Interesting, huh?

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Rapidshare WordPress Comment Spam

I got an unusual (for me) comment spam this morning at 01:58 from a Kuala Lumpur spammer.  His modus operandi is to trawl WordPress blogs looking for the word “RapidShare” and then dump a deliberately malformed warez-type URL to a zip file promising unlimited super-fast Rapidshare accounts that have been compromised.

I had such a posting quite a while ago here, view-of-local-network-from-rapidshare-a-black-hole, so I’ll be letting the comment through because it’s got no active backlinks and such like.


It’s a file sharing website where users can share files of their own creation or where there isn’t a valid copyright. In the real world, of course, I guess about 99% of it is cracked software and copyright video and music. Some of it is my own and others under the Crawling Chaos moniker.  Bizarrely, you can actually pay a premium if you want better downloads of the ‘free’ stuff in the “premium” service.  But that’s the point, isn’t it?  ;-)

Comment Spammer

And this is where the spammer comes in. The comment and malformed URL is this;

Hey guy's! Check it out.HURRY!

h t t p://rapidshare.com/files/203145031/Rapidshare_Premium_Accounts_-_Latest_Issue.zip


I checked the zip.  There’s a lot of Spanish and English in some text files as word docs in both old and new formats as well as plain text files.  There’s also an MP3 file.  In my sandbox they checked as clean!!  I haven’t gone any deeper into testing the passwords as Rapidshare, while being good in principle, is actually theft and deception in practice.

The spammer’s email checks out in a few on-line mobile phone sales on a Malaysian website. It’s [email protected] but it’s probably spoofed.  With so much secrecy and nefarious activity on the web, who’s to say?

I don’t see it as a benevolent gesture of a thief in a theft based culture.  I see it more as a tester for a bigger plan.  Maybe, send a few of these ‘tasters’ out for a bit before the true malevolence is delivered?  Maybe the dodgy content is in the particular RapidShare accounts that have been compromised or deliberately set up with this purpose in mind?

You’ve been warned!

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