Recusant Nine compendium

To aid readers of this Neil Wilby Media website a compendium of populist tropes, words and expressions trotted out by an unemployed, samosa-nibbling former Tandoori takeaway worker from Mossley in Greater Manchester has been assembled. Bradford-born Raja Miah, 49, is the Region’s most notorious conspiracy theorist, running frequently banned social media platforms under the RecusantContinue reading “Recusant Nine compendium”

Doubling down on defamation

A notorious, unemployed, Tameside-based conspiracy theorist appears determined to press the self-destruct button. Already on separate police and court conditional bail over communications and harassment allegations, Raja Miah, 49, of Stamford Street, Mossley, faces, on his own admission, losing his home over a defamation claim made against him recently by Dr Zahid Chauhan OBE, aContinue reading “Doubling down on defamation”

‘I’m going to be an MP’ says unemployed former Tandoori takeaway worker

A notorious Tameside-based conspiracy theorist, who has held down only one job since 2017, a temporary gig working in an Indian takeaway in Middleton, Greater Manchester on a zero hours contract (read more here), has signalled his intention to stand in the General Election in 2024. Bradford-born Raja Miah┬ádramatically and exclusively announced to his small,Continue reading “‘I’m going to be an MP’ says unemployed former Tandoori takeaway worker”

The Dawn of Reality

It’s been a long time coming, but the reality of his persistent, mendacious lying and money-grubbing conspiracy theorising has finally dawned on Raja Miah, a 49 year old unemployed resident in the upmarket Tameside village of Mossley. In a post on his thoroughly disgraced, frequently banned Recusant Nine Facebook page he admits facing the prospectContinue reading “The Dawn of Reality”

Social media giants continue conspiracy theorist purge

Following a report here on Neil Wilby Media on 7th January, 2023 (read in full here) it has emerged that the social media giant, YouTube (owned by the even larger Google), continues to remove the content of Greater Manchester’s most infamous conspiracy theorist from its platform. Unemployed, Tameside-based Raja Miah, whose perennially disgraced Recusant NineContinue reading “Social media giants continue conspiracy theorist purge”

Councillors ‘fast asleep’ mystery

Two days ago, on an infamous, frequently-banned social media platform, Recusant Nine, operated by an unemployed, Tameside-based conspiracy theorist, Raja Miah, a claim was made that, during an Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council meeting held on the previous day, 14th December, 2022, three Labour Party ‘fat cats’ were seen fast asleep. The alleged reposing Members wereContinue reading “Councillors ‘fast asleep’ mystery”

‘Boots’ brought to heel

Following an exclusive posted here on Neil Wilby Media on 27th November, 2022, headlined ‘Will Boots toe the line over doctor’s remedy’, an open letter has been posted on a Facebook page, a short time ago, by the principal subject of that article, a local entertainer and spectacularly failed politician by the name of PaulContinue reading “‘Boots’ brought to heel”

Mystery of the ‘missing’ councillor?

A firebrand Conservative councillor in Oldham whom, after a number of unsuccessful attempts, finally won a seat in the civic chamber by displacing the then Leader of the Council, Arooj Shah, in the Chadderton South ward, is at the centre of more local controversy. A widely criticised election campaign was run by Robert Barnes inContinue reading “Mystery of the ‘missing’ councillor?”

Questions pile up for under siege conspiracy theorist

Following a widely read and shared article published elsewhere on this website on 1st September, 2022, there has been, inevitably, a demand for a follow-up. The substance of that careful, well-researched (and widely praised) piece of investigative journalism (read in full here) was to pose a series of important, public interest questions to an unemployed,Continue reading “Questions pile up for under siege conspiracy theorist”

New Council Leader faces baptism of fire

Having safely negotiated a softball first appearance as the new Council Leader on May 25th, 2022 with the Mayor-making and Annual General Meeting, Cllr Amanda Chadderton faces a very different test early next week, writes Neil Wilby. In the wake of the controversial Oldham Child Sexual Exploitation Review, published two days ago by the GreaterContinue reading “New Council Leader faces baptism of fire”