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MANDELSON ATTACKS OFFENSIVE DANCE TRACK January 25, 2010

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Peter Mandelson has furiously attacked an obscure dance track which samples his famous ‘calm down’ interview with Jeremy Paxman.  Although refusing to comment upon the repeated question posed by the track: ‘What are your links to the Rothschilds’ – he did vent his spleen regarding what he termed as ‘illegal and irresponsible’ sampling of his voice.

The youtube link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3DUcfnDAaw&feature=email

'Anti-semitic propaganda': Mandelson

He also dubbed the song, supposedly mixed by a Palestinian student, as ‘Anti-Semitic’.  When music journalist, Nigel Deplage pointed out that the Palestinian people are technically Semitic too, Mandelson responded:  ‘Well Nigel, that’s so obviously an anti-semitic thing to say.’

Meanwhile the song is gaining a cult following on gay dancefloors across the country. 

As for Mandy’s links to the Rothschilds? – Well, maybe someone should ask George Osbourne.

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