Friday, December 04, 2009
Nanny's Nasty Little Habit
Did you know that since coming to orifice in 1997 ZaNuLabour have, via its obsession with legislation, created new crimes at a rate of nearly one a day?
Hardly surprising that the police tend to appear heavy and handed and clueless, they simply can't keep up with the legislation and don't know how to interpret it.
Where were the Tories and "Liberal Democrats" during this period?
We have been let down big time by the "opposition".
Why have ZaNuLabour been allowed to get away with this?
You do realise folks that, as entertaining and cathartic as it may be to sit around saying "isn't this awful?", unless we actually do something to reverse this trend we are up shit's creek without a paddle?
"What can we do?" I hear you cry...
1 Make a list of the laws that you want repealed.
2 When a politician comes knocking on your door, sliming for you vote, tell him/her that if there is a written guarantee that these laws will be abolished, within 50 days of the new parliament, you will vote for them.
3 Refuse to provide the state with any information (no matter how trivial) that it requests from you, unless you are legally bound to do so.
4 Send the list to laws you want repealed to your local MP, and remind him/her that their job is on the line if they don't comply with your wishes.
5 Vote for any party that guarantees they will roll back the power (and by definition the cost base) of local councils.
The state should be afraid of the people, the people should not be afraid of the state!
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