Saturday, 14 November 2009

Make Laws, Answer Questions Later


Puddlecote red mistometer alert. It's still deep crimson two days after some quite startling Labour cuntistry.

The more scrutiny afforded to dealings in Westminster via media such as Democracy Live and easy online access to Hansard, the more authoritarian and anti-democratic the scumsuckers in the respective houses seem to become.

Take this quite stunning arrogance from Labour cock-socket, Kevin Barron, two days ago.

In a sense the answer to the question by Mike Penning about what happened in respect of the vending machine debate, and the good decision taken in the Health Bill, is that the Government, at the eleventh hour, decided to let the House have a free vote, allowing Members of Parliament to exercise their own judgment, as they did on smoking in public places. We would be a lot better as legislators if we did it ourselves, because party politically we are frightened to death of the nanny state, but as individuals we can see the need for intervention in all our communities—in respect of different age and gender groups and everything else—and we can defend those decisions on the ground.

My hon. Friend the Minister used to be in the Whips Office at one time. We ought to get the message through to all parties in Parliament and to the usual channels that parliamentarians, on many occasions, can take the right decisions without having to respond to Whips, who are sensitive about arguments that I think are quite old-fashioned.

By 'old-fashioned', one assumes that Barron is referring either to the fear of electorate backlash, or adherence to manifesto commitments. Very old-fashioned concepts indeed for this self-important cunt and his rancid party.

It's staggering to see someone, in plain view of the public, bastardising a once-respected world leading democratic institution, by calling for MPs to embrace their role as a nanny state, and celebrating a new era of law-making based on nothing but their pompous view that politicians know best. In short - make laws now, screw the public, we'll deal with them later. Yes, seriously. Barron is advocating a system of government whereby millions of objectors are ignored at the whim of a mere 646 highly-paid crooks.

I presume the throbbing member for Rother Valley is taking his lead from other historical politicos who have employed the same methods.

It is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy.

Barron follows this instruction manual to the letter, and more. He brazenly puts on record what we have come to expect from these dictatorial dunderbutts - that we, the people who elect them, should not be allowed to make our own decisions.

We are the state's representative in our constituencies and we should not be frightened of taking decisions on behalf of our constituents, because that is to the general good.

Nanny fucking Barron. And proud of it.

And if you think that's bad, he has only just started.

Lifestyles will be the big public health issue in the 21st century and this report is designed to start the debate, not end it.

Starting a debate would be nice, Kev. Because, as yet, we haven't had a fucking chance of getting a word in edgeways, while the shrill mob of state-paid lobbyists and fake charities scramble to promote their particular brand of fascist shit in a welcoming legislative climate, and indentikit, besuited, baby-kissers and faux-smilers duly acquiesce in peeling away one layer of our self-determination after another.

And where is the thunderous opposition to this clarion call for a dictatorship of 646 righteous bastards? Where are the Tory defenders of personal choice? Where are the Liberal values of the Illiberal Undemocrats?

Fucking nowhere. Because they are all, without exception, filthy, corrupt, power-hungry, voter-hating, totalitarian, self-absorbed, treacherous bullies proposing kneejerk policies based on nothing but their own selfish and dictatorial agenda.

We are their employers, yet they have declared war on us all. We're gonna need a fucking big bonfire.




6 comments:

IanPJ said...

Dick,

MP's are NOT the state's representative in constituency, they are the peoples representative in parliament.

Although Labour have promoted the idea that State and Party are the same thing, this is a massive #labourfail

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Dick,

Nicked.

James Higham said...

It is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along

Not if we have anything to do with it. We're tasking them with supporting our policies or not. Grassroots up, not the other way down.

davidncl said...

Tell it, brother!

John Pickworth said...

This post should be emailed to EVERY single MP.

Well said. It needed saying and it should be repeated until the politicians finally 'get it'. I'll personally make sure all those knocking on my door come election time read it.

SteveShark said...

You know you're in Pravda territory when phrases like "the general good" get used...