Jim Perrin is on Facebook, part 3

Jim Perrin says on Facebook: ‘I don’t take the Guardian’. That may be, but he reads it, and regularly, and has done so for decades although perhaps it is not ‘delivered’. He was lying directly or Being Economical With the Truth…  Certainly, in the time that our sister was involved with him he read it daily. The greater part of his Facebook entries are based on articles published there, and in many cases he lifts entire portions of text to elaborate upon; pontificating to his heart’s content. Very often his messages which are Guardian-based are written with much political opinion and hyperbole. Ironically he is unable to vote despite his endless and vociferous dialogues on Facebook, because of his choice not to register with the electoral roll (to avoid the CMS). However, he wrote:

The only two political parties to which I’ve ever belonged are the Communist Party of Great Britain and Plaid Cymru. The latter will get my vote next time.’  Except, it is known, he could not have voted… Continue reading

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Jim Perrin is on Facebook, part 2.

We were told that Jim Perrin continues to repeat, 22/02/2019, the ‘story’ of his horrific experiences as a cancer sufferer, ref. Does Jim Perrin, Guardian Country Diarist, really have Terminal Lung Cancer? with notes generously contributed by a cancer consultant, and Jim Perrin’s cancer: truth or fantasy? and has self-plagiarised in great part from his dreadful book West and from his pre-publication article in the Sunday Times, 2010. He is doubtless somewhat frailer these days, (with an increasing tendency to play his ‘Little Old Man’ card), but still travels to and fro between France and Wales. Continue reading

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Jim Perrin is on Facebook

On a scale previously unforeseen Facebook affords an unfettered freedom for communication and self-expression. One who has embraced this website with enthusiasm — and it is interesting to note that by doing so he has broken a long established habit of writing anonymously with the use of aliases (his books and articles excepted of course) — has ‘gone public’, under his own name, on the internet. Jim Perrin is on Facebook…

As ‘James’ Perrin he informs his readers that he ‘studied at the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre.’ We contacted them and asked if it was true. They said it was not and that they had absolutely no record of him being there in any capacity at all. The full details of what they told us can be read here: Jim Perrin has lied about his connection with the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre Continue reading

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