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 Post subject: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 1:26 am 
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The Matt cartoon has its man calling on people to take to the streets for a Day of Apathy. This is about voting reform Matt, as so often, has captured the mood – more so that the phalanx of political commentators and reporters that the Failygraph employs. Another panegyric from the oleaginous Oborne about Euroslime Dave and murder will be done.

But, I suspect, it is not apathy that keeps us off the streets but powerlessness, the inability to get at people like this and rip their throats out.

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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 1:54 am 

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I suspect this isn't the biggest bag 'o swag for a town clerk... Wiltshire's payoffs to their outgoing "executives" in the recent unitary authority fiasco were kept from all but a few select councilors who OK'd the payoffs in secret session with the "executive". The relevant financial information is still being resolutely sat on and they won't FoI it... s'confidential see... can't have the damn public knowing, can you?

A number were actually given handsome payoffs even though they hardly qualified for even statutory redundancy and were aware - at the time of employment that their posts were essentially temporary. The overall numbers bandied around, subjected to simplistic arithmetic would suggest a few getting in excess of £500,000.

In general, with Pickles supposedly on their case I daresay council "executive" parasites are trying to dream up justification for hiding all salary / benefit details and scheming to re-jig packages to do an end run around the possible new rules... betcha.

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If a few people refused to pay – as I do every year until they send in the bailiffs


I don't know the situation now but in late 2010 council cash flows from government faltered causing housing benefit payments to stall for weeks... a push... a breath of wind of change...


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 2:27 am 
This is all very well, but let's cut to the chase. We need guns, and lots of them. Ammo too.

At which point, I look west and slightly south in hopeful anticipation.

So, any of you Yanks feeling charitable towards us penitent, hamstrung limeys?

At a price is OK, too. Lend-Lease an' all that? It means smuggling though. Still, unjust laws....



Besides, the pigshit [Redundant term. Ed] mooslimes here have them.


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 6:06 am 

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Dr. N asked: "And what will they do then?" [When there's 'no room at the inn, as it were...]
That's what I've been wondering. Clearly they're setting us up for "normalization" - which involves calling out the troops from somewhere. It remains to be seen whether that'll be frogs-by-name-and-nature, or our own forces - armed but under alien control. However, I'm sure they anticipate the same sort of success The Bastard enjoyed around 1069.

They may not be quite ready yet; but the more brazen they get, the less time we have. Or so I'd guess, while remembering that it took about 250 years before we began to redress the last 'balance of frogments'!


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:25 am 
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John Archer wrote:
So, any of you Yanks feeling charitable towards us penitent, hamstrung limeys?

Just a thought, perhaps not what you were looking for, but over here, we have Fraud Against Taxpayer Acts in the federal and some state laws referred to as qui tam laws. I understand that these laws do not currently exist in England and Wales. The idea is to allow the discoverers and relators of fraud to share on any judgment. This gives them an incentive to document and report fraudulent claims made against public funds. If public servants are colluding to defraud the public, I assume that, with sufficient evidence, they can be brought to trial and some recovery made. If not, is any similar remedy available (short of the tumbrel)?

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:05 am 
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Just a thought, perhaps not what you were looking for, but over here, we have Fraud Against Taxpayer Acts in the federal and some state laws referred to as qui tam laws. I understand that these laws do not currently exist in England and Wales.
writes Pluck.
If that Act is, in fact, Law....and has been on your 'Statute Book' for any considerable length of time, there is a good chance that it may have emanated from this side of the Pond and.....
Inasmuch that Laws are seldom, if ever, removed from our Statute Book, there is a reasonable chance that it's still lurking there.
Commenters with a legal bent might care to dig about & put a little power into the hands of the tax-payer...at present s/he has none.

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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:18 am 

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If this blog ever became a serious threat to the established order, postings like John Archer's recent comment (guns & ammo) would be used as justification to close the blog down, or involve it in legal proceedings, which would close it. They would be funded by the taxpayer, and Dr North wouldn't.

It has recently been said that the BBC are moving to Salford for gerrymandering reasons instigated by Labour - the desire to move well paid public sector jobs to Labour's advantage.

Eric Pickles is making these well paid non jobs public, as a way to whip the non believers in Dave's BS into line. The local authorities all have grubby little secrets about pay and perks that the central government could, if they chose, to make public. The recent example in Liverpool of non conformers being hit back with examples of highly paid non jobs is a classic.

The local and central governments need voters as a cover for their activities, don't vote.


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:34 am 

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Pluck asked if there was any remedy short of the tumbrels,I personally don't think so,it has run far too long and it's very ,very deep. It does seems that Pickles is trying though,whether he succeeds or not remains to be seen. The days of the Town Clerk are over,not enough prestige in the title,must now be called the Chief Executive Officer and the ordinary councillors are 'Cabinet Members'. This is called Rank inflation,the services are full of it and it's spreading to all walks of life,it's also an offshoot of political correctness,after all,we can't have ordinary dustmen,it must be refuse engineers, or something like it. I favour the old title of dustman myself, that meant that if you wanted something extra taken,you just left a tip and it was gone,no questions asked. It's all gotten out of hand now,let's bring on the tumbrels,but make it quick! PDT_Armataz_01_42


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:47 am 
Possibly OT. I hope this thread is not too far off the mark (or 'bark' if your doggy doesn't have a fashionable hair lip — Woof!).

Re: The strutting, young, bolshy, fquit-IQ, leather-clad, paki-slimo-scumoid, lizard, cunt-ejection who has just reappeared on the local scene: WTF, Ich danks?

He's been away for some time. The constrained confident gate is evident. Training camp for mooslotard geehardees? Yep, could be. Indeed, 100-1 says so — unless he's been a client of the NHS for one of those regular hideously asian congenital defects (as when the shit-brownoidals breathe).

Will he look you in the eye? Ha ha. [What a hideously alien, ugly phizog — just like those c/goons in the Popeye cartoons.]

I guess he might be contemplating/anticipating common assault on his fucking, brown-tubette-origina, shitoid, alien persona, and therefore wisely avoiding sustained engagement on local sowshall 'ishoos'.

But back to business.

Moral Maze Beeboid Question: Why do we wait; why don't we END them now? I'd like a moral-maize answer. Buerky Boy, you reject? ...

Melanie P, if you find yourself reading this, you can skip it — too tricky, even for you. :) XXX


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:56 am 
Oh dear. I'm not in charge of my body right now and I see I might need to respond to some posts here.

Ha ha.


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:59 am 
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Why do they need a jail when we've got a "Big Society" and petrol taxed to 130p/l?

Their whole modus operandi is to make us prisoners in our own home while they fight wars, debauch themselves and destroy the environment.

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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 11:22 am 
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4000 posts seems to have completely done for John :lol: :lol: :lol: & I haven't a clue what he's on about though it's obviously upsetting him a tad.....do tell, John PDT_Armataz_02_11

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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 11:38 am 
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Why do they need a jail when we've got a "Big Society" and petrol taxed to 130p/l?
....I'm always perplexed when I hear people taliking about the high price of petrol....balls, the price of petrol is low & eminently affordable....the demon is, as therewasblight says, the swingeing tax thereon....the most pernicious of all taxes; far, far worse than VAT in that it increases the price of absolutely everything & hits everyone, especially those who cannot even afford to own a car.
It is a rotten & unjust tax....life would be that much easier without it so I suppose that's why we have it.
O/T....sorry.

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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:03 pm 

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The trouble is that the Cancer of Socialism has invaded so deeply and is now in our bloodstream [aka the Bank of England]. The secondaries are breaking out throughout our structures at all levels and it is no longer operable - if it can be treated at all, the treatment is now going to be worse than unpleasant and nearly as lethal as the disease itself [dis-ease, what a mild term for the state we have been brought to!]. Possibly the only good news is that the cancer will kill itself in the process of killing us all.

I would say, come back Maggie and Ronald, please, but it is surely too late!


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 Post subject: Re: They can't jail us all
PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:07 pm 

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permanentexpat wrote:
4000 posts seems to have completely done for John :lol: :lol: :lol: & I haven't a clue what he's on about though it's obviously upsetting him a tad.....do tell, John PDT_Armataz_02_11


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