Wednesday, September 05, 2007

New Government Announcement

Be it enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

Protection of the People Act 2007

1 In all legislation which has received the Royal Assent at the time of passing this bill -

(1) The following changes to such legislation shall take effect as from this date -

(a) remove the word 'subject', inasmuch as it refers to an individual person, likewise the word 'citizen', and

(b) replace with the word 'suspect'


Anonymous said...

Napoleonic Law.
Coming soon, to your front door.
Guilty until proven innocent.
No habeas corpus.
No Judicial Revues.
Executive IS judiciary.
Fuck the voters.
They are the property, nay, the chattel of the State.
Discussion on days holding for arrested, - moot, - no point.
State accuses, state investigates, in OWN TIME.
Last vestiges of freedom going down the crapper.

Anonymous said...

Along the same lines, though less pithily, may I recommend to your attention:

at the Libertarian Alliance blog site. (called there numerously a "bolg", which is either a typo or neolgoism) - on the benefits of the HRA against the encroachments of our/your warm and fuzzy tyranny.

Anonymous said...

John, To answer an old question, did you ever look at who Finucanes siblings were, and why? And how much Compo was paid out compared to many others on the other side of the fence?
On the current theme.
Thanks for the comment. Very interesting.

I must devote more reading time.
Been out of it for a few days.

Anonymous said...

I don't know why that came as a link.
I put no link, and no tabs! ! !

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

_ ending slash

Anonymous said...

Thats all very well, BUT
I did not post as john rackell so what is happening, Laban? Can you see anything?

Anonymous said...

Laban, how was john rackells post accepted as a link if it was unclosed?
Can you see anything?