"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Thursday, 24 September 2009

Fyodor Dostoevsky, Come On Down

The price is high but the political climate is once again ripe for the surrealist socialist nightmares you wrote about.

I hope Loloahi Tapui, former housekeeper to incompetent Attorney-General and ex-Home Office law-maker, Patricia, Brown-appointed unelected Baroness Scotland, managed to get her story to Max Clifford before she was arrested.

I'm going to re-tag all my posts as either 'f@cking useless' or 'not f@cking useless' because it will save me a lot of time deciding between Cockwafflers Extraordinaire, Muppets and Corruption.

Vote this shower out and vote UKIP, Libertarians, English Democrats or BNP instead - I just don't care anymore.

Baroness Scotland is still in place because she was put there by Gordon Brown, also unelected.  Whether she's paid 'her dues', ie the £5k fine, and the fact that she compared her crime to forgetting to pay the Congestion Charge is also irrelevant now.

Fact 1: She helped to draw up a bad law and piloted it through Parliament.
Fact 2: She then broke that law.
Fact 3: She has received unequal treatment before the law.
Fact 4: Her position is as untenable today as it was yesterday.
Fact 5: I'm sure they can find a suitable position for her in the EU or G20.

I could go on about honesty and integrity but, be serious, what's the point?  No-one is listening.  Not on a national level; not on an international level.   Soon they'll just be words listed in the Oxford English Dictionary as 'old English' or 'archaic'.
UPDATE:
Guido has it - the housekeeper has gone to the tabloids so it won't be a comfortable weekend for Brown & the Baroness. Check the sidebar for Guido because Blogger is being difficult.

2 comments:

  1. Agree she should go GV - but can I question fact 3? What was her unequal treatment?

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  2. Point taken Tarquin - yes she got a £5k fine but at the very least she was fast-tracked. How many other similar investigations took just a couple of days to sift through all the evidence? Now that Tapui is in custody perhaps more will come to light.

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