Wednesday, 25 April 2012


One of the people who I detest the most is Peter Hain.
Some years ago, before he inveigled his way into a senior position in British politics and was just an agitator for things of no concerns to us I thought I would have had a chance to meet him.

It was at the time of a South Africa rugby tour and it was thought that a match would have been played at our local rugby club , Orrell and he threatened to disrupt it.
Although not a violent man I was relishing the chance to meet this anti democratic man and with my co club members educating him by combatting violence with violence. I looked forward to introducing his face to my fist.

In the event the match was cancelled and he was lucky, although no doubt he does not know how lucky he was.

So I am in the peculior position now of being on his side.

He is in court for the crime of criticising a judge.
It seems according to an ancient law that judges can not be criticised and he is to be prosecuted for this.

Now I did not realise that judges were above the law.
What right have they to have this position and who chooses them?

At school some go in for useful subjects such as engineering, science, medicine, trades  etc and however well qualified they become they are held responsible for their actions and sometimes negligence.

Only last week a plumber, a skilled man with much experience was jailed for faulty workmanship which resulted in a death.
Doctors are often sued for negligence or mistakes.
But Judges are never, and it seems can never be sued for their mistakes.
How many times have you heard that a judge has released a criminal who goes on to kill someone or been judged to have wrongly directed a jury which resulted in an innocent man being incarcerated?

Why are these judges seemingly above the law?
They don't make it. That is Parliament's job and often they interpret  laws made by Parliament in a way that Parliament and the people did not want.

Why have they so much power? Often they are out of touch with reality, living in ivory towers and not as clever as they would have us believe.
They are certainly not as clever as scientists and engineers but under our system they have the clout and influence to over ride the interests of the people and democracy itself.

Is it not time we curtailed the influence of these arrogant out of touch nonentities and made the system more democratic?

I used to respect the law of our land and the impartiality of our judiciary but after recent cases of judges over ruling Parliament I have lost that respect.

I do not hold our justice system in contempt,---



Political events in Europe are moving at an increasing pace.
The refusal of Geert Wilders to ratify the austerity programme asked by the EU on the Dutch Parliament has precipitated the resignation of the Dutch Prime Minister and an election in a couple of months.
Hopefully Wilders will as seems likely consolidate his power.

This, with the French presidential elections likely to result in a president at least likely to challenge many of the austerity requirements imposed by Germany will be another nail in the coffin of the EU.
The Greek economy is still weakening and Spain has record unemployment and the situation in Italy is worsening.

And the facts are that austerity is not necessary, the debts are caused by corrupt banking practices. No austerity is envisioned for them.

We are witnessing a slow break up of the existing EU set up while the leaders are throwing borrowed money at this failed concept to keep it going, in spite of increasing antipathy of the people of Europe.
These governments are prepared to impoverish their peoples, not for the sake of future prosperity but  for the sake of their internationalist dream and banker friends.

A good question would be. In whose interest are these so called leaders acting? They are supposed to be democratic but are certainly not acting according to the wishes or interests of the people.
Some of it may be pride, not wishing to admit they were wrong but there is another reason.

The leaders are in hock to the banking interests which feed parasite like on the populace, interests which are dependent on globalisation and internationalism. This last in turn depends on reducing national spirit and cohesion and thus immigration is encouraged and free speech opposing this treachery curtailed in the press and prosecuted in law.

This week the unholy alliance of the media barons in this country is being exposed in the courts, but this cosy relationship was just as rampant in the Labour administration.
That just a few wealthy news magnates can influence and dictate policy shows the degree to which we have lost our democracy.

In an effort to keep the whole Euro shambles on the road countries are being asked to "lend" money to the IMF which will later be lent to the EU. We are told by Osborne that his loan of £10 billion is safe and we will be paid interest on it. He does not say how much interest we will receive and if it is such a good thing, why not lend £100 billion.
The USA and canada have refused to take part in this good investment. Why?

It could be asked where this money is coming from given that we owe £billions to creditors and small businesses are starved of cash.
It is just throwing good money our money after bad for no good reason apart from attempting to achieve the impossible task of saving this rotten organisation.

 But the good news is that the peoples of Europe are starting to realise this great con and to rebel.
If they are thwarted politically, violence could ensue but the parasitic bankers who control the EU and their lackeys in power at present will try to hold on to the end.

But make no mistake if matters continue as they are doing the people will have their revenge.

And it may not be pretty.