Archive for February, 2009

Official: Jacqui Smith is a corrupt witch

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

It seems that this dreadful woman has been caught with her hands in the tax payer’s till.

She is claiming that the house in which her husband and children live is not her main home, and so has pocketed £116,000 in expenses. She claims that her main residence is a flat in London. But along come her London neighbours, Dominic and Jessica Taplin, who know exactly how often she stays there because of the platoon of security personnel that accompany her.

Mrs Taplin said: “When I read that she says she spends most of the week here, I thought, ‘That is a fabrication’.” ie bollocks.

The parliamentary Standards Commissioner, John Lyon, has now accepted this complaint and will investigate the matter fully.  JS contests that she has done nothing wrong.

Well, we’ll see about that shall we. With all these snooping powers that she and her crooked predecessors have introduced, it should be very easy to establish the truth. There must be mountains of CCTV footage recording her movements,  mobile phone records and an email trail that will prove exactly where she was and when. Ha ha! She could be trapped by her own snooping laws! Let’s get all that information into the public domain and we’ll see how she likes her privacy being wrenched into the open.

Official: Jacqui Smith is a witch

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

I am struggling to find words that adequately describe my feelings of utter revulsion over what this wretched woman and her brain-dead cronies in the government have done. It seems that the position of Home Secretary brings with it a pathological contempt for what used to be Democracy UK. An endless precession of half-wits have held this position and have duly screwed things up.

First up, the brilliant David Blunket who decided that the £18 billion ID cards scheme would be a terrific way to loose all our personal data. Then we had Jack Straw’s murky dealings with Extraordinary Rendition (the gun’s is still smouldering), followed by a lifetime achievement award from Privacy International for introducing the Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Act that enforces widespread internet snooping powers. Then there was that buffoon, Charles Clarke who tried to get 90 day internment enshrined in law – thankfully booted out of parliament only to re-emerge as watered-down  “control orders”.   And as for SOCPA….don’t get me started.

Enter stage left, Jacqui Smith – the most miserable of them all. Not satisfied with control orders, she then pushes through for 42 day internment (down from 96) and a few weeks ago the Coroners and Justice Bill which permits the state to snoop on our emails.

And now, ladies and gentlemen, we have another gem from the Ministry of Control: Section 76 of the Counter Terrorism Act such that taking a photograph of a policeman may lead you to a 10 year stretch at Her Majesty’s Pleasure. Astonishing. Even the Metropolitan Police Federation are “concerned” with these new powers that have landed on their table, they must think it’s Christmas. Be in no doubt, the police will abuse these powers – just has they do with the rafter of existing anti-terrorism laws. This is no reflection upon the police force per se, but a police force as a bunch of average people with average intelligence. Does Jacqui Stasi-Smith think that driving another wedge between the police and the people is really going to help crime fighting? Doesn’t she get it? We’re supposed to be on the same side you moron!!

Adam Curtis in 2004 made a brilliant documentary series for BBC called The Power Of Nightmares which shows how politicians use fear to hoodwink the public in order to retain power. This is precisely what this government continues to do – so much knee-jerk policy can be distilled down to “fear-of-terrorism” that not only tramples on habeas corpus but also hands any Kalashnikov wielding shitheads a resounding victory. These fools in Whitehall have done more damage to our democracy in the past 6 years than the Nazis could every have done.

The former head of MI5, Dame Stella Rimington, has also broken ranks by writing  “It would be better that the government recognised that there are risks, rather than frightening people in order to be able to pass laws which restrict civil liberties, precisely one of the objects of terrorism – that we live in fear and under a police state,”. Here bloody here.

I’m so bloody angry I’m going to go outside and shoot a policeman. With my potato gun, of course – a camera would be illegal.