Thursday, June 17, 2010

This is 'justice'?

Grandmother jailed for five years for possessing old war trophy.

Meanwhile, a bastard who stuffed baby wipes up the bottom of a three month old baby to stop it dirtying a nappy is admonished. The baby was in agony and had to go through a four hour emergency operation.

What the fuck is wrong with this country?

7 comments:

Kingbingo said...

Both cases are a great victory for the left. Moving the state away from individuals who can think. If you have individuals thinking they can also question the state. Only when all decisions are made centrally by a small group that can be watched can we achieve utopia.

faulksd said...

Kingbingo is quite correct. All of these accumulated persecutions and injustices have been deliberately engineered by Those Who Know Better Than Us - i.e. the corporatist/fascist/highminded/upper social order scumbags who want to restrict and control. They hate freedom of expression by those who can see what they're up to. They should be vigorously resisted. All that's needed is a catalyst to bring about a monumental backlash. May it happen soon.

Conan the Librarian™ said...

I wanted to comment on your blogstipation post but couldn't; wtf happened?
Anyhoo, my advice was to forget your keyboard and work it out with a pencil...

Dark Lochnagar said...

Without wanting to condone what the fucker with the baby did, I believe it was 2 years she got and that her and her son were a pair of 'well dodgy cunts'.

banned said...

It is reported that the police found the gun while searching her house for her son.
???

The Penguin said...

The law is only as sensible as the prats who are supposed to be administering it. And of course, it is actually run for the benefit of those who feed very handsomely from it - as witness the vast amounts trousered by m'learned friends for the Saville Inquiry.

The Penguin.

Don't Call Me Dave said...

To answer your question, what's wrong with this country is that we are not allowed to shoot stupid politicians as they can in Sicily.