Sunday, January 22, 2012

The English Disease

IT IS NOT only in Australia where victims suffer long after their attackers have, ahem, paid their debts to society. Different accents, same culpits -- and no, that is not a reference to the miscreants but to those who champion them.

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  1. Brian of MoorabbinJanuary 23, 2012 at 9:27 AM

    If you want an insight into just how unhinged the Leftisit mind can become, I invite you to peruse the comments to My Hitchen's article (linked by the Professor); particularly the comments by an "A. G. Rawlings (22 Jan at 3.48pm), which begins with the lines:

    "Here we go again Mr Hitchens, another article about our legal system and our highly intelligent judges that live in a university world of “we know best.” In 1939 we went to war against Germany on the grounds of dictatorship and invasion of land owned by the Germans.
    The British people never got a vote on that war; so why are you moaning about our isolated judges that tell us what we must do or don’t do, without one vote from the public?"

    What, pray tell, does World War 2 have to do with the sad state of affairs that is the criminal justice system in Britain (or here for that matter)?

    Who knows.. but it IS another chance for the leftist brigade to heap scron upon the stupid mass of plebians who refuse to accept that the Leftisit intelligentsia should be allowed to dictate to the rest of us how we should live.

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