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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Britain on the very edge of Nazi hell regime

And so it here it is, we have reached the edge of the precipice and Blair is dragging the UK into a Nazi hell for his selfish ego and the dark forces that puppet him that he thinks he surfs like a wave and draws his dark strength from. Everyone turned away, pretended it wasn't happening. Everybody was told to be quiet and get on with things. But now we are on the edge of hell and Blair and his evil comrades have taken you there, laughing. This visionary politics, the big idea, the third way. Blair has pissed over every one of you and has made a declararion of slavery and control this week. He has come out of the shadows and made his move. You should be afraid...

A powerful coalition of judges, senior lawyers and politicians has warned that the Government is undermining freedoms citizens have taken for granted for centuries and that Britain risks drifting towards a police state. One of the country's most eminent judges has said that undermining the independence of the courts has frightening parallels with Nazi Germany.

Senior legal figures are worried that "inalienable rights" could swiftly disappear unless Tony Blair ceases attacking the judiciary and freedoms enshrined in the Human Rights Act.
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"I think it is terribly important there should not be this apparent battle between the executive and the judiciary. The judiciary has been put there by Parliament in order to ensure that the executive acts lawfully. If we take that away from the judiciary we are really apeing what happened in Nazi Germany," he said.

Lord Ackner added that the Government's proposals to hold terrorist suspects for three months without charge were overblown. "The police have made a case for extending the two weeks but to extend it to three months is excessive."

Lord Lester QC, a leading human rights lawyer, expressed concern that the Government was flouting human rights law and meddling with the courts.

"If the Prime Minister and other members of the Government continue to threaten to undermine the Human Rights Act and interfere with judicial independence we shall have to secure our basic human rights and freedoms with a written constitution," he said.

Lord Carlile, a deputy High Court judge, warned against the whittling away of historic civil liberties. "We have to be acute about protecting what is taken for granted as inalienable rights. In the United States the Patriot Act included a system whereby a witness to a terrorist incident can be detained for up to a year. This is in the land of the free."
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Mark Oaten, the Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, said Tony Blair was transforming Britain into an authoritarian state:

"In eight years he has dismantled centuries of judicial protection. Britain's reputation as the world's most tolerant nation is now under threat," he said.

If Mr Blair's proposed terror legislation was unamended, said Anthony Scrivener QC, "Britain would be a significant step closer to a police state". The Prime Minister spoke of "summary justice", said the lawyer: "It would be better named street justice."

This week the Law Lords will consider whether evidence obtained under torture abroad should be admissible in British courts. Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, said admitting such evidence would undermine one of Britain's basic freedoms.

"The Prime Minister is trying in his own words to try to tear up the rules of the game," she said. "The rules of liberal democracy are about no torture, free speech and fair trials. Every time he denigrates these he undermines the fabric of our society."

2 Comments:

Anonymous sonia said...

Good points. you'd think more people would be worried about this eh.

1:57 PM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

I think people should be very worried. And I'll tell you something I'm worried about myself. When I started this blog it was vaguely about ID cards. As time has gone on I've watched my own words get more and more extreme, more and more reactionary. And that worries me to be honest. I wasn't like that. I suppose one hope is that the neocon regime in the US is starting to unravel that may have some sort of sobering effect on Blair and his goons but I don't think we can rely on it. I think we have real problems ahead. Thanks for the comment.

5:37 PM  

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