At the End of the Day

“Prison works. It’s time for an end to soft soap, and a change to hard labour for professional criminals”

Tory MP yesterday

A senior police officer who leaked information helpful to Newscorp might go to jail.  Two senior directors of the crooked Treasury-owned bank RBS could be asked to step down. Two days ago, a Parliamentary Commission was told by three current senior managers at UBS that of the 40 staff implicated directly in Libor-rigging, only 18 had been dismissed by the bank.

I wonder at times just how nakedly brazen the corruption of legal equality has to get before citizens wake up. I know this is a little trite, but if one puts these examples into a more ‘famous’ historical context, it becomes easier to appreciate how heinous it all is.

British Nazi broadcaster Lord Haw-Haw was told by Winston Churchill this week that he may have to step down from his job at Herr Goebbels’s Propaganda Ministry, and perhaps offer a full apology to a Commons enquiry currently being convened on the subject.

 

King Charles I was in Court this morning to answer charges that he tried to subjugate Parliament to his ideas of Divine Right, and thereafter plunged the country into a Civil War in which thousands died, and illegal immigrants in flamboyant hats came over to fight on his side.  A Palace spokesperson stressed that His Royal Highness vigorously refutes the charges, but might be prepared to admit to lesser offences involving Papal plots and private religious ceremonies.

Speaking from his mountain redoubt in northern Italy this afternoon, Signor Benito Mussolini said he deplored the tendency of tabloid innuendo to depict him as a fellow-traveller with Herr Hitler, and asked for people to stop bashing fascists. “Fascists are central to the economic future of Italy,” he told reporters, “because they make the trains run on time. We simply must rein in this childish tendency to see every Blackshirt as an anti-democratic extremist”.

A Bank of England reconciliation committee has sent the French reformer and Corsican patriot Monsieur Napoleon Buonaparte into exile on the island of St Helena. Responding to a storm of criticism for what has been described by Alderman Sir Horace Bonkson as “a sure sign to any self-respecting revolutionary that Britain is not open to beheading Royalty”, Bank Governor Lord Bling of Mervin pointed out that Mr Buonaparte’s irregular policy of putting family members onto thrones – while a clear breach of diplomatic protocol – had to be discouraged with concerted action, although he did not believe that a custodial jail sentence was appropriate.

Appearing before the Russian Duma yesterday, Mr Josef Djugashvili told members of the Kerensky Committee that he had lost his diaries and therefore couldn’t remember anything. In answer to a question from Mr Aleksander Romanov (Tsarsko Seloe, East, Royalist)  in relation to a plot to wipe out his dynasty, Djugashvili told Committee members that he had done nothing wrong, had never as far as he remembered met anyone called Ilyitch Ulyanov, and had always followed a policy of Chinese Walls while running the Bolshevik Party.

Wake up. Cops who tip off corrupting media organisations should be banged up for a long, long time. Bankers who steal from people and cheat investors should be sent to distant penal colonies far, far away. And those who manipulate financial norms and measures should fear not dismissal, but rather long, long terms in Turkish prisons run by deranged homosexual rapists.

41 thoughts on “At the End of the Day

  1. What about the top Mandarin Jeremy Heywood who was responsible for investigating plebgate, thought it might be a police fix but decided to do nothing? Looked a complete twat before the Parliamentary committee. And we pay these Sir Humphries over the top with goldplated pensions for lousy service with zero accountability.

  2. There was once a poorly designed military rifle dubbed the ‘Civil Servant’. Namely because it didn’t work and you couldn’t fire it. As for criminal activity that’s the sort of thing you or I might be accused of, whereas Bankers and politicians make ‘mistakes’.

  3. “Wake up. Cops who tip off corrupting media organisations should be banged up for a long, long time. Bankers who steal from people and cheat investors should be sent to distant penal colonies far, far away. And those who manipulate financial norms and measures should fear not dismissal, but rather long, long terms in Turkish prisons run by deranged homosexual rapists.”

    If only, If only

  4. @John Ward…..”””””””
    King Charles I was in Court this morning to answer charges that he tried to subjugate Parliament to his ideas of Divine Right, and thereafter plunged the country into a Civil War in which thousands died, and illegal immigrants in flamboyant hats came over to fight on his side. A Palace spokesperson stressed that His Royal Highness vigorously refutes the charges, but might be prepared to admit to lesser offences involving Papal plots and private religious ceremonies. “””””

    Or what about “Tony Blair, ably assisted by Jack Straw, falsified evidence of WMD in Iraq, ignored the UN Secretary-General and weapons inspector Hans Blix, arranged the “suicide” of Dr David Kelly, arranged the expulsion from the Labour Party of the MP who called them liars (Galloway), then proceeded to join in the onslaught on the people of Iraq, leaving HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of CIVILIANS dead.

    Mr Blair was subsequently offered a job with a gangster-bank, took a job as a Middle-East peace envoy, still hopes to become President of the EU and meanwhile has amassed ££££Millions on the lecture circuit.

    The Liar doesn’t even consider he has done anything wrong. Charges? What charges?

    Kennyboy

  5. So now British MP’s think that they are underpaid, and should be earning at least £20,000 / year more than the current £65,000 approx.
    The public will love this. I wonder whether Liberal Democrat will get the big vote at the next election, or whether the ‘odd man’ Farage might get a sniff.
    We cannot wait to hear what Cameron has to say about Britain’s European membership. Will he buckle under pressure from the USA and elsewhere?
    Fascinating from a distance, and very amusing.

    • I think you’ll find that most of the pundits are suggesting the LimpDems will most likely be dead ducks at the next election, while Farage, though representing the only possibility of Britain leaving the EU, will only receive enough votes to ensure Cameron’s defeat and the return of Labour. Such is the perfidy, lack of courage and insight of much of the UK electorate.

  6. Keith Vaz has just said he would be inviting Lord Haw-Haw to appear before the ‘home affairs’ committee to ask him what he knew about a number of items that had fallen from aeroplanes onto buildings in the city of London some years ago.

    • Penal Colony ‘South Georgia’ would suit everyone I think ! Its still British.. (to my knowledge) the Argentinians are not wanting it (nor anyone else). The only interest in the place comes from penguins……….. and if shipped there on a 2 year stretch (minimum) with just their undies….. we would not have to worry for more than about 6 months about what to do with them when ‘let out’ again…………
      The upside is that ITV could film their day to day lives from helicopters and show it as ‘reality TV’ for crooks in high places………their ratings for once would be sky high……. No objection to them taking their wealth/ill gotten gains with them in big suitcases either…….

  7. Great post, yes to everything, apart from this:

    “A senior police officer who leaked information helpful to Newscorp might go to jail. ”

    In theory, yes, but I am, worried about this story. It would be nice to hear more than a one sided account of this. Bearing in mind the way Graham Power and Lenny Harper were treated, it would be good to hear the other side of this story.

  8. Agreed, but after a weeks assessment in a ‘normal’ prison they would be moved to a cushy open prison and treat it as an extension of their private clubs.

  9. The thought of Mrs. Hester’s little boy being escorted to a cell whose existing occupant is an exceptionally large and unsympathetic gentleman whose nom de plume is ‘Bubba’ is a most pleasant diversion.

    “Yo mah baby now …”

  10. There is also the absolute insanity that errant/incompetent/downright criminal public bodies being fined, like Torbay Health Trust for contravening data protection the other day.

    What is the point of taking money from already near bankrupt public organisations? All they are doing is fining ME and every other taxpayer because THEY failed in their responsibility. Sack the people responsible with no pension or payoff and if there is no one responsible (the excuse being everyone followed proper procedures but it just didn’t work) sack the boss.

    • Absolutely spot on unless the people at the top become individually accountable and liable the whole thing is a total farce. Just look at the way the directors of Railtrack managed to dodge liability for the disgraceful dangerous state of their track maintenance.

  11. Mr Slog,

    I am writing on behalf of Carter-F*ck & B’stard regarding the deliberate malcious slander you have directed towards my historical clients. All of the aforementioned did extremely hard work for the public in trying circumstances.

    You will therefore pay £50,000 directly for your transgressions, all posters below the line £5000 and those that just read it £500.

    Pay up if you know what’s good for you, or else.

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  13. Are we the deranged minority -those who agree with some or most of your writing I mean?
    I was just blogging on the Telegraph regarding the pronouncements of Gordon the American gecko. Americans that visit the site are surprised at the vehemence with which some posters reject what they see as the American governmental interference regarding the EU.

    An American chap was mortified by some of the comments but immediately mollified by a female poster saying not to worry and that the ‘weirdos’ were not representative of the British people.

    Someone did try to point out to the American chappie that if the British government were to suggest negotiations with Mexico over the sovereignty of California or Texas, or perhaps that handguns should be banned, then there would be an equally vociferous response from American bloggers.

    T’was all to no avail though, he preferred to thank the lady poster and agreed that ‘weirdos’ were a problem over there too. Presumably ‘weirdos’ are people who resent the interference of foreign governments in their domestic business?

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  15. All the above are in the same bed, Hillsborough Disaster, Plebgate, Leveson, Tomlinson Accident / Murder, Police abuse of Credit Cards, Death of Jean Charles de Menezes. All these to a greater or lesser degree revolve around police lies /cover ups and deceit. Politician are one thing but the values and standards of the police should be above reproach (maybe I am getting old now and remember the halcyon days of youth). Uk Policing is by consensus. How long will the British Public allow them to continue believing that this disgraceful behaviour is acceptable.

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