Thursday, March 13, 2008

"The National Vigilante Organisation"

I'm not sure if, like other crime reduction charities, this lot "receive money (around £50 million pa) from a wide range of sources, including local authorities, learning and skills councils, Jobcentre Plus, the Home Office, Prison Service, Youth Justice Board, Welsh Assembly, European Social Fund ..." aka the taxpayer, nor if the Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust or the Joseph Rowntree Foundation are digging deep for them.

But you have to admit they bring a radical new perspective to the fight against crime.

Under such a system honest decent people have no chance at all - they only thing they can do - in fact they have a DUTY to do, if they ever wish to live in a decent society again, - is totally reject every thing to do with that corrupt system and establish their OWN system of Justice!

In other words - BECOME VIGILANTES!

Sadly they seem a little short on concrete proposals - and for perhaps understandable reasons, true-life case studies and testimonials are thin on the ground.


Ross said...

They're certainly very open about what they do, it's right there in the name. It would be nice if all the pro criminal organisations would be just as straight forward.

Anonymous said...

Well I can't say I am surprised at this development. If justice is not dispensed in the courts, it will most assuredly be dispensed in the streets.


Anonymous said...

Bloke who leads it is a BNP supporter. Model seems to be BNP 'patrols' set up in Calne much to dismay of local plod. Crass organisation whose website could not exist without the energetically hysterical reporting of the Daily Mail from wom it constantly quotes.

Anonymous said...

Can't see any connection to the BNP.
Features a large number of coloured people and muslims who have been the victims of crime.
I have also joined the forum to investigate and rarely mentions politics let alone the BNP.