Now what the fuck is this shit? Via bookdrunk, whose excellent posting below says almost all that really needs to be said, I feel that I should add my own inimitable comments to this piece of fucking illiberal excrement from that bastard shit cunt wanker who calls himself Anthony Cunting Blair. [Emphasis mine—DK]
[Blair] outlines controversial new steps, ranging from seizing assets from suspected drug dealers - which could see anyone stopped with more than £1,000 having the money confiscated - to draconian new restrictions on the movements of those suspected of involv-ement in organised crime.
Even if they are not convicted of a crime and there is insufficient evidence to try them, suspects could be banned from associating with certain individuals or travelling to certain places, in order to disrupt trades such as human trafficking.
WHAT!? What?! What the fuck is this? What, in the name of all the is right and sane is this fucking piece of cunting shit talking about? What's next? Is he going to bring back the fucking Star Chamber? Trial by ordeal?
In a passionate public exchange of emails with Observer columnist Henry Porter, the Prime Minister vigorously defends his stance on civil liberties and sketches out a new faultline in British politics over individual freedoms, crossing the traditional divide between right and left.
Right and left has got fuck all to do with it, you cunt, you cunt, you fucking little cunt; this is about lberalism and freedom. Look, Blair, why don't you just round up all of the gypos, Jews, chavs, crips and niggers, put them in camps, gas them and have done with it, eh? Tell you what, it might be a very green way of producing electricity too. God, I hate you, you bastard.
Admitting frankly that some of his own party as well as many Tories and the Liberal Democrats are ranged against him, he insists nonetheless that he is on the side of popular opinion and will not retreat, adding: 'I truly believe they are out of touch with their own voters.'
Are they? Which voters are those: the fucking BNP ones? You leave me speechless, you really do. As for fucking being out of touch with the voters, Blair, you got elected into power by 22% of the electorate! If anyone is out of touch with the people of this country, you have got to be right up there, sonny.
Critics such as Porter or Lord Steyn, the ex-law lord who recently accused his government of authoritarian tendencies and creating 'oppressive' immigration laws, had respectable motives but 'the practical effect of following the course you set out is a loss of civil liberties for the majority,' Blair concludes.
Will you please stop with this load of arse? Taking away the rights and freedoms that we have enjoyed, and fought hard for, for hundreds of fucking years is not the way to sort out criminals. You are a lawyer, you should know this stuff: in this country, you are innocent unless proven guilty. Do you understand the concept of the word "proven"? Do you? Do you, you rat's cock?
Blair's approach, to be fleshed out in a major debate about Labour's future after May's local elections, reflects a growing cross-party conviction that liberty is the new battleground for British politics.
Yes, and if there is one party who does not stand for fucking liberty, it is ZaNuLabour.
God, I really cannot express how much I hate you, Blair: I really, really fucking loathe you. Fuck you.