Wednesday, 19 September 2007

The perks of power

The duties of a Deputy Leader are an heavy burden

Oh it is a great life to be one of the chosen. Almost as good is being a Deputy Leader of the Liebour Party.

Not for them the inconvenience of living by the laws of the land that they govern. They make the rules. Or rather they don't. The Soviet EU does that for them now. But because of their Quisling positions they are exempt from the laws they enforce.

And of course it also helps if you are part of a government that has removed almost all decent people from the police farce and replaced them with your own kind. Toadies and self seekers who owe you favours for their undeserved promotions.

This is why we see the creature and former Solicitor General, Harriet Harman being let off a £1000 fine and having six points put on her license and receiving instead, a derisory £60 fine and 3 points after being caught speeding twice.

The bought and paid for police, who care not a fig for the law refused to say if the same treatment would apply to the ordinary motorist instead of one of the Dhimmi elite. Ignoring the question a spokes woman said:

"It is our policy not to talk about individual cases, the bottom line is that it is dealt with by Suffolk Constabulary."

Like I said. Its a great life. Until the day of reckoning that is.

One of the Seven [wise men of Greece] was wont to say: That laws were like cobwebs, where the small flies are caught and the great break through.

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