"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."

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Insulting Our Intelligence

The Attorney-General, Baroness Scotland, multi-culti Blair-beloved, employed an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper.

"Never knowingly; in good faith", spluttered her right-on spokesperson.  How about "feckless" instead?

How much longer must we put up with this?


  1. "How much longer must we put up with this?"

    Until the day we die unless politicians one day grow balls.

  2. "Since February 2008, employers who negligently hire illegal workers have been liable for a maximum fine of £10,000 while those doing so knowingly face even harsher sanctions."

    so I expect prosecution under the current law

  3. I noticed she quickly abandoned the huge paint explosion malarky when it went pear shaped.

    How about treating these clowns like vermin.

    Why are we still dealing with the Lords.

    I'm going to amend the RVM immediately.

    The Lords that's how the EU is going to screw us.


  4. It would be funny but the Baroness wields too much power, so it is sickeningly serious.

    Her judgement, of course, is highly questionable. So is mine, but I don't have the power to jail people on a whim. If I did, the Labour cabinet would already be serving the people behind bars.

  5. Never been democratically elected to anything in her life and one of the most powerful people in the land.

    There is a maximum penalty of £10,000 fine for employing an illegal worker, even if the employer is unaware of the fact. Will she stand trial? Hmmm, ... I wonder ....

  6. There's no doubt she has a case to answer but I expect she'll just receive a slap on the wrist and be told to 'learn lessons'. That's a good explanation of the law Ollie.

  7. You're probably right, GV, but she has broken the law and should be prosecuted and fined up to £10,000 under that law - a law that she, herself, introduced. When it's all about them they spout drivel about the rules, (no - it's the law, you bastards), and that "lessons have been learned" - bollocks, we are all tired of hearing it.

  8. You're right Spider. I see Newsnight featured it yesterday so there's hope this incident won't be quietly swept under the carpet after all. Unless she has the copied documents (and she will know if she does or not) she should resign straight away. If she does have them she should say so now and produce them to the UK Border Agency when asked.
    btw - I thought it was a shame Chris Galley put in such a poor performance - he needs some sort of training before he goes on tv again.


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