Monday, 21 December 2009

Another Erosion Of Justice

For someone who writes for the Grauniad, Henry Porter is held quite high in my esteem. An example of his views can be found here.

Writing on the aspects of another 'Straw F'Up' decision in respect of our judicial system, Henry Porter says:

"Desmond Hudson, the chief executive of the Law Society, says that, little by little, such measures as virtual courts "pile up to create an imbalance between the power of the state and the rights of the individual, which is beginning to undermine the rule of law" and "It is so easy to be lulled by the Ministry of Justice's language about "secure video links" and "freeing up police time" and "making it easier for victims to see justice being done", but, as so often under the Labour government, the hard truth is that justice will be the victim."

When will F'tards like Straw stop fixing what ain't broke? Probably when pigs fly - Oops, sorry, forgot they do already when they go on fact-finding parliamentary trips!

5 comments:

subrosa said...

Was just pointed towards that article a wee while ago WfW. Quite unbelievable, especially when world leaders insist on big booze up and posing, when they could make their conference very easily by video conferencing.

We must stop this Righteous stuff before it goes further but how?

Witterings From Witney said...

Hang the b'tards? Only saw the article last night as been busy for a few days.

Fausty said...

Straw has been edging the 'justice' system towards chaos since 1997. Nobody wants to fix a system that ain't broke. So they broke it in order to 'fix' it, Marxist style.

So long as they're booted out at the GE, we're OK ... ish.

I haven't heard sufficiently convincing noises from the Tories that they'll fix it.

Witterings From Witney said...

And I haven't heard any convincing noises from the Tories that they will fix anything!

Witterings From Witney said...

And I haven't heard any convincing noises from the Tories that they will fix anything!