means change, but not for the better.
Blair is lapping us his celebrity status;
he looked like little Lord Fauntleroy at the recent banquet
to entertain President
Hu of Communist China, in the presence of the Queen and most
distinguished Masonic dignitaries of the Rothschild’s
British Empire. The Prime Minister was feeling especially
smug because he knew the government was about to double the
time a person can be held without charge, to twenty-eight
Slyly, Blair’s handlers made him demand an absurd ninety day
period of internment, which is unheard of since the
apartheid regime in South Africa. Ministers would never have
approved the motion, because it overturned centuries of
civil liberties, but they willingly accepted the “reduced”
time proposed by the Conservatives, which was actually a
substantial increase. What was called a ‘defeat’ was
actually a parliamentary victory.
Blair claims, “The [dumb] public are beginning to understand
the issue” but they are not aware of the inclusion of a
weekly judicial review. According to polls, we want to be
detained for ninety days without recourse and feel betrayed
by the members who vetoed it. Tony argued that it may take
three months to unravel a conspiracy by trawling through
computer files. It only takes me one day, with a browse
through Jeff Rense’s website.
Chief Constables were told by the Home Secretary to brief
politicians on their case and convince them of why this law
is necessary. Blair said people will ask, “MP’s, who are
they to judge?” Hmm.. the political representatives of their
constituents! I would ask, who are the police to be judge,
jury and executioner? I’m surprised the heckler who shouted
“police state” from the benches was not bundled out of the
Commons by security thugs!
One reporter inquired how far the Prime Minister would go in
supporting police requests… the ducking stool? Blair scorned
him and said security services take the lead, but the
government had offered “concessions” in a “sunset clause”
which would give doubters the chance to review the situation
after a year. A series of timely terror attacks during this
year should have the public insisting on even more time for
suspects to be interrogated.
The government has abolished ‘double jeopardy’ which
prevents a person being retried for a crime, after they have
been acquitted and they want to dispense with the judiciary
in tackling anti-social behaviour. Charles Clarke says the
opposition would be more effective by agreeing with the
government and not opposing it, existing laws are inadequate
where people live in fear. More miscarriages of justice are
the inevitable consequence.
The Terrorism Bill creates several new offences, such as
“encouraging or glorifying terrorism, preparing terrorist
acts and attending terrorist camps.” People were free to
protest against the Chinese President’s visit, Blair said,
“they can say what they like.” As long as we don’t break the
law by saying that Palestinians, Iraqi’s, Afghans or
Iranians and Syrians have a right to defend their countries
against an invasion by Zionist aggressors!