Suddenly it all makes sense
A funny thing happened as we drove up the A10 through Stoke Newington today.
The Socialist Party (AKA Militant Tendency, AKA the Revolutionary Socialist League) had a street stall outside Stoke Newington Post Office.
And manning that street stall was the bloke who we spotted taking pictures of our house just after we moved in, pictures that a couple of hours later appeared on the "spoof Luke" blog (with text I gather from the nice chap who lives in Sandringham Road, Dalston, and attacked a disabled member of Hackney's planning committee with a walking stick when they voted in favour of a planning application he didn't like).
Which explains why I had had trouble pinning down the politics of the spoof site: clearly anti-Labour yet also anti-LD, anti-Tory, anti-Green and anti-SWP, but exhibiting a degree of knowledge of internal Labour matters that would only come from someone that had been in the Labour Party at some stage, and puzzlingly indulging in casual homophobia every so often (a trait only really known on the left from Militant, who charmingly used to state that being gay was a bourgeois deviation that would wither away after the revolution). I am only surprised they find my support for nuclear deterrence so awful, given their own history of support for the "workers' bomb".
Now it all makes sense. I've been cloned by the master exponents of political parasitism, the Millies. The glory days of controlling Liverpool City Council now being 20 years behind them, they get their kicks from sending up the websites of obscure Hackney councillors. I almost feel proud.
Keep up the good work comrades, I expect the blog you write gets more hits than you sell newspapers.