You fucking bunch of totalitarian arseholes.
You fucks, you fucks, you fucking fucks.
May you fucking rot in hell without trial, you evil fucking bastards.
I notice that opponents are vowing to fight on. And who are those opponents? Are they MPs; are they Parliamentarians, those people who are supposed to serve the people of this country, that are vowing to fight against this disgustingly illiberal law? Is it fuck.
Kate Allen, Amnesty International's UK director, said the Commons vote had resulted in a "dangerous and disappointing decision".
She said: "No government minister should have the power to allow police to lock people up for six weeks without charge."
Similarly, Shami Chakrabarti, of civil liberties group Liberty, said the Lords would be called upon to act as "the guardian of fundamental rights".
Yes, once more we will have to rely on those unelected Lords to serve us and protect us from the depredations of a totalitarian fucking government.
Fuck you, Brown. Fuck the fucking lot of you who voted for this measure (including, of course, UKIP's Bob "cock-face" Spink). How dare you sign away our hard-won freedoms? Not only is 42 days disgustingly illiberal, but now it's Parliament—the fucking Executive—who get to decide whether someone should be held. Parliament should be bound by the fucking law.
But as we have consistantly seen—in everything from the constant increases in detention to the lack of prosecutions over
We must draw up a new Bill of Rights, a new Magna Carta Libertatum: it is no longer the monarch who threatens our freedoms, it is our Parliament.
It's time for a revolution; it is time to storm the Palace of Westminster, and to drag our MPs, kicking and screaming, from their comfortable taxpayer-funded offices. We should strip them, beat them and laugh as we hear the bones snap.
We will then force every, single cunting MP to sign this new Bill of Rights and then we will hang them outside the Tower of London, leaving their bodies to be picked clean by the crows, rooks and ravens.
We will hang all of them apart from Gordon Brown; him, I am personally going to stab in both eyes and then slowly tear the flesh from, with a cheese grater, over the course of several, excruciating days.
Fuck you all, you fucking scum.
UPDATE: The Nameless One is equally incandescent.
But I'm not going to gripe about the government bribing people with the taxpayer's money too much. We should all be fucking used to that by now. Rather, my complaint is against every single fucking MP who managed voted for this. Those Nu Labour whores, the ironically named Democratic Unionists, that short, fat testicle of a woman Anne fucking Widdecombe - they are either brazenly corrupt, staggeringly naive or terrifyingly stupid.
Or, thinking about it, all of the above.
There is no excuse for this; none whatsoever. Parliament has handed yet more power to the state, and this power is wide open to abuse and will, I don't doubt for a second, be abused by someone somewhere some time soon.
And so is Leg-Iron.
For so it has come to pass that in this once-free and once-proud nation, the Leader (who looks rather like Stalin but fatter and without a moustache) now has the ability to lock up anyone, at any time, for six weeks without even telling them why. He has no need to explain this action. After six weeks, if the poor prole is released without charge, he will be compensated.
No, he won't.
The compensation only applies if the victim is released without charge. All that's needed is a charge, any charge, a silly charge will do. A charge of wandering around in purple polkadot underwear is sufficient. Is that illegal? Well, we've had 3,000 or so new laws in the past 11 years and I have no idea what they are, so maybe it is.
Once charged, even if the charge is later dismissed, the victim has not been 'released without charge' so gets no money.
In essence then, the police can now take you off the street with no explanation and put you in a cell for six weeks. They don't have to tell you—or anyone else—why.
And A Very British Dude, in a post which you should read the whole of, looks beyond this legislation.
Despite a Likely Government victory on the bill this afternoon, it won't get through into law because:
- It will not get through the Lords
- It will not get through the Courts as it against basic human rights
This will allow the Government to abolish the remaining checks and balances in our system as "undemocratic". This will be sold to the Sheeple as "modernisation" of the constitution. If the Irish fail to do the right thing tomorrow, he might as well do away with all that tiresome election nonsense and change the British Flag to This:
which is what the last person who tried to unify Europe wanted. Jim Sheridan (Labour member for some godforsaken inner-city toilet North of Hadrian's wall) let the cat out of the bag by saying openly that 42-day detention will only affect brown people not "hard working BRITISH families". So that's aright then... Despicable dogwhistle stuff.
I fear that Jackart is correct: we haven't seen the end of the rape of our liberties.
UPDATE 2: via the ever entertaining Harry Haddock, here's a fucking moron on the BBC's Have Your
Added: Thursday, 12 June, 2008, 07:08 GMT 08:08 UK
These suspected terrorists are evil and should not be part of our society.
The 42 day period is too short and should be indefinite.
Mike Townend, Neasham
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Well, Mike, you are an authoritarian fucknut and I don't like your views. So, what I am going to do is to spread a lot of rumours about you being a terrorist and get you locked up for a few days. Well, 42 days, to be precise.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, you utter cunt; fuck you and the five people who recommended your comment.