Saturday, 4 July 2009

State Intervention

This story, requires the widest circulation please fellow bloggers as it demonstrates, yet again, how bureaucrats rule - overriding commonsense and personal judgement.

If the headmistress is unable to devise a system for one car to enter school grounds, does not have the wit to publicise the fact and then trust her pupils to avoid said car and feels the need to contact the police to do it for her, then she is in the wrong job!

For a social worker to refuse to provide any identification - WTFF! Who the hell does she think she is?

How bureaucracy, following such a request as Booker describes, can create such a mountain out of a molehill beggars belief!

The bloody magistrates, in granting the interim order, need their heads examined! The chief magistrate should have been barred from even sitting in judgement at the hearing!

Where is the logic in bureaucracy continuing a case based on a 'delusional belief system' when a mental health tribunal has dismissed the case and granted a complete discharge?

Perhaps the headmistress, the police and the social worker need to be 'sectioned'!!!!


Mark Wadsworth said...

To be fair, Mr Jones probably is nuts, but I'll go with whatever Lord Monckton says, he being a man who rocks.

JuliaM said...

"Perhaps the headmistress, the police and the social worker need to be 'sectioned'!!!!"

It seems a bit unfair to expect poor people whose only crimes are to believe they are Napoleon to have to put up with them...