Sunday, November 30, 2008

The fucking cheek of it!

This Daily Mail article caught my eye in the station yesterday, and I thought that the protagonists' hypocrisy was so heinous that it had to be highlighted.
MPs demanded protection from a 'police state' last night after the heavy-handed arrest of a Tory frontbencher shocked Westminster.

Extraordinary details of four simultaneous raids on immigration spokesman Damian Green's homes and offices raised urgent questions about the independence of Parliament.

The Oxford-educated father of two girls, who denies any wrongdoing, was fingerprinted and required to give a DNA sample before being released on bail after nine hours.

So these cunts want protection from a police state? What the living FUCK?

You terrible cunts! if you didn't want a police state then might I politely advise you that you shouldn't having fucking voted for one, should you? you asinine fuckwits.

Seriously, on the rare occasions that you actually turn up to do your fucking jobs, do you lazy, venal turds actually read any of the shit that you are voting on? Or do you just nod it through depending on which of your corrupt cronies brought this latest piece of crap forward?

Oh, and Damien Green was held for nine hours? Had his DNA and fingerprints taken? Well, now you know how the rest of us feel, you utter, utter bastards.

And what kind of protection do you want? Oh, no, wait a minute: let me fucking guess—you want oimmunity from prosecution, don't you? Come on, admit it: given how corrupt, mendacious and downright criminal the lot of you are, that would suit you right down to the ground, wouldn't it?
Last night, the row between police and Parliament was turning into a political crisis for Gordon Brown, who faced accusations of standing by while the rights of MPs were being trampled.

Rights of MPs? Fuck your rights: what about our rights? You have been trampling all over those for fucking decades: now that you have got a dose of your own medicine it tastes a little bitter, doesn't it?

Fuck you: have you cunts got no shame whatso-fucking-ever?
Tory MPs threatened to disrupt Wednesday's Queen's Speech debate. Veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn said the arrest of an MP amounted to a contempt of Parliament. 'Once the police can interfere with Parliament, we are into the police state,' he said.

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg said: 'This is something you might expect from a tin-pot dictatorship, not in a modern democracy.'

You devious, lying cunts. There are only 646 people in this country who can make law—the 646 MPs who sit in the House of Commons.

Look, Clegg (and the rest of you cunt MPs), the only people who could have allowed this kind of thing to happen—the only people with the power to build a police state—is you! You! You! You! You! You!

You stupid cunts: we sent you a all copy of 1984, inscribed with the words "This Is Not A Fucking Instruction Manual" but the only acknowledgements that we got were dismissals. Might you shitstains not be thinking again now?

I fucking well hope so.

In the meantime, I have absolutely less than zero sympathy for you evil fucking cunts: personally, I would have every, single one of you arrested for gross corruption in public office, defrauding of the taxpayer and treason against the Crown and the people of Britain.

You stinking, hyporitical fuck-tards.

22 comments:

Kay Tie said...

"You terrible cunts! if you didn't want a police state then might I politely advise you that you shouldn't having fucking voted for one, should you? you asinine fuckwits."

Yeah, sort of. The specific law has been around for ages (certainly back to the time when that smug grinning opposition MP was - rightly - making mischief). But of course there's more to a police state than simply the law: there's the attitude. And right now, up and down the land, the police are up for flexing their muscles and menacing the innocent.

rotten borough said...

Katie, the law under which they were arrested might be an old one. But it seems that the arrest itself, the 9-hour detention and the searches were under anti-terrorist laws passed by NU-labour (to avoid having to go to a magistrate for a search warrant). DK is right; it's the MP's own fault.

Kay Tie said...

"But it seems that the arrest itself, the 9-hour detention and the searches were under anti-terrorist laws passed by NU-labour (to avoid having to go to a magistrate for a search warrant)."

No, that's not correct. The anti-terrorist unit was used, but that's because Special Branch (who normally deal with "corruption" cases) have been rolled into the anti-terrorist unit. The arrest was according to PACE 1984 (variously amended).

I'm not going to defend the action, because it is reprehensible. I'm also not going to challenge the narrative, because it's justified. But I would point out that the arrest was probably illegal under the new "necessary" test under PACE s.24(5) (i.e. amended by SOCPA 2005) because Damian Green would have submitted to questioning. Simply to go fishing for evidence isn't sufficient grounds for arrest.

"DK is right; it's the MP's own fault."

Of course, but generally rather than in the specific example. They have presided over the authoritarian atmosphere and encouraged those with power (from the real police to the bin police) to exercise it in an arbitrary fashion.

Rumbold said...

I have to agree with this post.

Gareth said...

"And what kind of protection do you want? Oh, no, wait a minute: let me fucking guess—you want oimmunity from prosecution, don't you? Come on, admit it: given how corrupt, mendacious and downright criminal the lot of you are, that would suit you right down to the ground, wouldn't it?"

If MPs play by the rules they do have something approaching immunity. They are free to say almost anything in Parliament without facing the same consequences they would if they repeated their comments outside it. Green could have raised the 4 leaks and other matters in the Commons and he would definitely not be in any trouble.(He might yet not be in any trouble) He may have raised the issues verbally or in a written question. I've seen no mention in the reports of this saga that he had.

All the MPs share the blame for having cheapened and degraded Parliament such that important announcements are now routinely made on sofas at ITV or the BBC.

John B said...

3x cheers for KT for making the 'no, it's not fucking anti-terrorist police, you idiots' point I've spent the last three days making all about t'Internets.

Agreed entirely with DK's post. Any cunt who backed the police when they shot the innocent brown chaps at Forest Gate and then tried to frame them as paedos, however, has absolutely no right to be grumpy about Mr Green.

Dick Puddlecote said...

Yes, yes, yes! Excellent article DK.

Will they change as a result of this? Probably not, unfortunately.

Henry North London said...

excellent post

Anonymous said...

Really good posting - not that it will have any effect - these idiots only think of themselves.

Anonymous said...

No I am sorry - in your hatred for politicians (probably justified) you have missed the point.

Just because Damien Green may have voted on some issues in ways you don't like (did he vote for more police powers or is that just an assumptionm DK)it doesn't alter the fact that this is an assault on Parliamentary Privilige.

It was the authorities entering parliament to arrest members for denouncing the king that led the the English Civil war.

It was an outcome of that war that politicians exercising their right to censure and criticise the authorities in Parliament should not be held in breach of the law (usually libel et al)

What you appear to be saying is that it is OK for the government to seek to bully and threaten an Opposition MP for bringing to light information which is embarassing to the government.

I am sorry I think you have lost the plot. I have begun to think so for time - now I am sure of it.

MK

Luke said...

Speaking of corrupt, authoritarian wankstains, that fucking cunt Barroso says we'll be joining the Euro soon enough, probably whether we like it or not:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7757830.stm

Devil's Kitchen said...

MK,

I've lost the plot? Don't make me laugh...

"Just because Damien Green may have voted on some issues in ways you don't like (did he vote for more police powers or is that just an assumptionm DK)it doesn't alter the fact that this is an assault on Parliamentary Privilige."

Now, do you see any part of that posting that is aimed at Damien Green specifically? No, didn't think so.

The Mail article maintains that "MPs [please note the plural] want protection from... etc. etc."

I was pointing out, quite reasonably, that all of this protest by these 646 evil fuckers is, in fact, entirely hypocritical.

You obviously haven't read my piece properly – personally, I think that Damien Green was entirely justified in what he did – and so I award you 10/10 for making yourself look like a bit of a tit.

DK

Tim Carpenter said...

The MPs cannot see the flaw. So they want protection? What about the rest of us, you scumbags.

"Let them eat cake".

I saw this happening as soon as Harriet Harman opened her gob on the matter. We are about to get stitched up again. MPs will be protected even more so that we can get squished even more.

Ace Reporter said...

My Dear Devil

By far the best analysis of this 'crisis of democracy' that anyone has yet produced. Absolutely superb. Keep up the good work.

John Trenchard said...

well said DK - well said.

i have three letters for MPs , in order to focus their self centred tiny minds...

C C B

or
Civil Contingencies Bill

yes -you fuckers voted it in. dont expect any sympathy from me when plod carts you off to a concentration camp.

John Trenchard said...

and here is the text of the Civil Contingencies Bill

yes, this bill manages to overturn just about every law to do with the magna carta , right up to the Bill of Rights.

and these MP fuckers voted it in.

have a read through it - you will be aghast at its scope. and yes, it IS the law.

Anonymous said...

Conspiracy 101.

Sitting government orchestrates the arrest of an opposition MP as a way of bringing in laws which give MP's immunity from prosecution... then they really start to fill their boots on our money.

Anonymous said...

I see Harman and her pals have been meeting to rig (ahem, oo sorry, set the time for) the speaker's comments on this whole matter later today..

Of course, this Speaker has the steely eyed courage of a wet blanket and the intellectual capacity of a wing-nut so I don't spose that was much of a challenge for Harman.

This whole police-state is really starting to become public much faster than I would ever have expected.

When do we start singing about the red flag at the state opening of parliament I wonder?

Anonymous said...

Do your damn research and look up what Damian Green's voting record is before you spout this half-arsed bullshit.

Anonymous said...

"And right now, up and down the land, the police are up for flexing their muscles and menacing the innocent".

Tiresome.

UK Voter said...

It looks like MP's are looking to provide themselves with immunity from prosecution under the guise of 'Exercise of Reasonable Discretion'. Of course this will apply to all public servants, which acts as an excellent smoke screen for their own Self-interest. It is outrageous. More here: http://www.power-to-the-people.co.uk/2009/04/mps-seek-immunity-prosecution/

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