Tuesday, 28 February 2012

One MP Whose Career Is Going Nowhere


MP Philip Davies has been at it again. If you have the time have a look at some of the questions he has been asking, especially of that waste of taxpayers money, the Equal Opportunities Commission. We seem to have one MP in Parliament who is down to earth and sees the justice system and political correctness for the sham it is.

These are his views on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill currently going through Parliament.  This is yet another piece of legislation that will ensure that even fewer persistent offenders will be sent to prison. The result being that even more prolific offenders will be roaming our streets looking for even more victims. Unfortunately, his views will simply ensure that Mr Davies career is a short lived one. You don't get anywhere in Parliament without toeing the party line.

This link is to the Daily Mail. I do not usually read the tripe in that rag but I have been able to verify, in this case, the facts are largely true. This highlights the complete ineffectiveness of the justice system in protecting the public from criminals. Persistent offenders with hundreds of convictions are routinely bailed and given non custodial sentences. The whole focus is on the offender and saving money. Victims and public protection are at the bottom of the list.

I am currently compiling an article regarding my thoughts on the current justice system. This will be an honest personal view and will not reflect the political claptrap infested in senior police management from Government. Watch this space.

17 comments:

  1. Guthrie, sorry, really silly one there. I shall change it immediately before that bore MTG picks me up on it.

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  2. No worries, I'm just getting more picky as I get better at checking my own writing. But I see a lot of these misused words creeping into common use, displacing the originals.
    Ah well, if that was all we had to worry about...

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  3. When I saw 'toeing' I credited lex with a rare flash of wit.

    How preferable it is, to credit lex with a rare flash of honesty for the admission that such was the stuff of monkey and typewriter.

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  4. What has the Mail turned from being a solid supporter of "our brave boys in blue" to an anti-police paper? General malaise? Or are we going noewhere?

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  5. Heads down,incoming mentally-ill posters.
    Contributing nothing to the debate as usual.
    Ciaran even blocks people commenting on his own mad-fest blog,and sometimes he writes his own comments to make himself look popular.

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  6. MTG and I ought to compete and see who is banned from most plod blogges.

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  7. Readers-if you want to see this slimeball showing his true colours then visit AFTERWATT blog.He will turn your stomach.

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  8. Dear Ciaran,

    "MTG and I ought to compete and see who is banned from most plod blogges."

    The only honour comes from scoring impossible-to-justify bans from cowardly, unofficial police blogs. However the latter are expected to dwindle to zero which will soon result in the unfortunate loss of this esteemed civilian distinction.

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  9. Scumbags of a feather flock together.

    MTG and Rehill separated at birth?

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  11. Jaded - please don't advertise the morons blog on here. He only has a handful of readers. Has he not realised that there are very few people in this world with his sick minded views? Doubling his reader count might encourage him.

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  12. Ciarane - Ie wille reemove frome heere anye referencee toe Haslame.

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  13. Whilst she reserves 'George' as her private name for moi, Mother concedes that you have more than a passing resemblance to Clooney, Ciaran.

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  14. One of the most perceptive and prescient pieces you've written Lex. Sums up everything that is wrong with our criminal justice system.

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