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A nice analogy from Dick Puddlecote's blog

Chimp And The Righteous

"Consider this. It was originally a business parable but works just as well in explaining how normally intelligent, rational people can be browbeaten into believing any old righteous $hit."

http://dickpuddlecote.blogspot.com/2009/08...-righteous.html

Innocence Is For The Rich

http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/

And a very scary story here. A Libertarian blooger is being taken to court by Peter Mandelson

http://lookingforavoice.blogspot.com/2009/...-v-guthrum.html

Unbelievable stuff.

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A nice analogy from Dick Puddlecote's blog

Chimp And The Righteous

http://dickpuddlecote.blogspot.com/2009/08...-righteous.html

Innocence Is For The Rich

http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/

And a very scary story here. A Libertarian blooger is being taken to court by Peter Mandelson

http://lookingforavoice.blogspot.com/2009/...-v-guthrum.html

Unbelievable stuff.

It had to be Mandelslime. I suspect Mandelslime may drop the case if he knows he will be summoned as a witness. Didn't he commit fraud in the past? Seems like being a fraudster is a prerequisite for admission into the house of Lords these days, with Jeffrey Archer the other example. Mandelslime is no better than "Arthur Daley" with a posh accent and good connections.

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It had to be Mandelslime. I suspect Mandelslime may drop the case if he knows he will be summoned as a witness. Didn't he commit fraud in the past? Seems like being a fraudster is a prerequisite for admission into the house of Lords these days, with Jeffrey Archer the other example. Mandelslime is no better than "Arthur Daley" with a posh accent and good connections.

He is revolting, ghastly, traitorous filth.

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Unbelievable stuff.

yep we are on the road to serfdom

can i get off it

At present the 'confession' they want me to sign is lost in the post due to a postal strike, which means proceedings will be commenced by the end of the Month, because they will run out of time the following week.

This evening I am seeing my MP who has already said there is nothing he can do to stop this, when one of the 646 tells you that, you know that Parliament has given way to the Executive.He is also likely to be a member of the next Tory Cabinet.

I am not signing a confession to something when I did not do anything wrong, so I will see you in Court Poppet, and dear Taxpayer I will be seeking costs and damages.

I will let you know the day I am officially deemed 'an enemy of the State'

"We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force".

Ayn Rand

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Please tell me there's no-one in the world named Dick Puddlecote!

I'm sure it's just a pseudenym :lol:

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A nice analogy from Dick Puddlecote's blog

Chimp And The Righteous

http://dickpuddlecote.blogspot.com/2009/08...-righteous.html

Innocence Is For The Rich

http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/

And a very scary story here. A Libertarian blooger is being taken to court by Peter Mandelson

http://lookingforavoice.blogspot.com/2009/...-v-guthrum.html

Unbelievable stuff.

As you say - unbelievable.

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As you say - unbelievable.

And cos of my cookie protection thing, unreadable for me.

Any chance of posting the blog so I can have a shufti?

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And cos of my cookie protection thing, unreadable for me.

Any chance of posting the blog so I can have a shufti?

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http://order-order.com/tag/peter-mandelson/

'The First Lord was in Berlin today saying it remained an objective for Britain to join the euro. That will have gone down well with Ed Balls and Gordon. Not. Can’t help thinking that the euosceptic headbangers who think Mandy’s ultimate plan is to get Blair installed as EU president might be on to something.'

anyone remember that article stating the tories would not stand in blairs way?

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article12740.html

......... In 2007, a move was undertaken to introduce what was called the Lisbon Treaty, to be approved by all member-states. Giscard d’Estaing wrote an article for the Independent in which he stated that, “The difference between the original Constitution and the present Lisbon Treaty is one of approach, rather than content.†He described the process of creating the Lisbon Treaty: “It was the legal experts for the European Council who were charged with drafting the new text. They have not made any new suggestions. They have taken the original draft constitution, blown it apart into separate elements, and have then attached them, one by one, to existing treaties. The Treaty of Lisbon is thus a catalogue of amendments. It is unpenetrable for the public.†The main difference was that the word “constitution†was removed and banished from the text.[4]

The Telegraph reported that though the Treaty dropped the word “constitution,†it remained the same in “giving the EU the trappings of a global power and cutting national sovereignty.†It contained plans to create an EU President, who “will serve a two and half year term but unlike democratic heads of state he or she will be chosen by Europe's leaders not by voters†and “will take over key international negotiations from national heads of government.†The Constitution’s “Foreign Minister†becomes the “High Representative,†who “will run a powerful EU diplomatic service and will be more important on the global and European stage than national foreign ministers.†It sets out to create an “Interior Ministry†which will “centralise databases holding fingerprints and DNA,†and “make EU legislation on new police and surveillance powers.†The ability for EU nations to use vetoes will end, and the Treaty “includes a clause hardwiring an EU "legal personality" and ascendancy over national courts.â€[5]

One country in Europe has it written into its constitution that it requires a referendum on treaties, and that country is Ireland. In June of 2008, the Irish went to vote on the Treaty of Lisbon, after weeks and months of being badgered by EU politicians and Eurocrats explaining that the Irish “owe†Europe a “Yes†vote because of the benefits the EU had bestowed upon Ireland. History will show, however, that the Irish don’t take kindly to being bossed around and patronized, so when they went to the polls, “No†was on their lips and on their ballots. The Irish thus rejected the Lisbon Treaty.......

the 2nd* vote on the lisbon treaty in ireland is one of the biggest 'democratic' scams in modern political history imho

*this october i believe

Edited by p.p.

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