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  1. It's a misconception that the UK doesn't have a constitution. We do. When I was a first-year student, we were required to read Sir Lindsay Keir's "The constitutional history of modern Britain 1485-1937". Granted, it is a dated book and it was back in 1973 when I first read it, but it is frightening to see just how many of our personal liberties have been taken away by the modern administrative state.
  2. Follow-up to last Thursday's post. I received a phone call from the chief judge this morning. I get on well with her. She said that it is up to each individual adjudicator as to how they deal with mask issues and they have fairly broad latitude. I was told that walking out of a hearing room was unacceptable and she asked me what I would like to do about it (I have taken over the case from my colleague). I asked for a change of adjudicator (granted), and a hearing date in the next two weeks (also granted). The chief herself will hear the case and no masks will be required. She also suggested that I file a written argument that might help her expedite matters. It boils down the fact that they don't want us to file a discrimination case. As long as my client gets taken care of, then I won't take any further action. It's a small victory in the grand scheme of things but I'll take it.
  3. Don't worry mate. The police will protect the population. Raise the rainbow standard high o'er the ramparts...
  4. They think they can control them and have them do their bidding. Big mistake if you ask me.
  5. I'm old enough to remember when France guillotined scum like that. Shame they can't dust it off, but maybe they were given a ticket to the Pas de Calais and onward.
  6. Not picking on you mate but this has been the standard cry about the migrants. Same in the USA. Is there any evidence that they are being trained by our armed services to suppress dissent? Maybe they'll be reverting back to early 19th century militias who were employed by the mill owners and industrialists to keep the workers down.
  7. I would love to take one of these freaks back to the late 60s or early 70s and watch their head explode after about two minutes there.
  8. Ammunition will be valuable, so will stuff like coffee. It just feels like it's getting close now. Covid was used to soften us up before the coup de grace. They are coming for us.
  9. That blind bastard Blunkett was leading the charge on that during the early years of the Blair junta. National ID, he said. Digital ID is what he meant. They had the means then but they bottled it knowing that the Brits wouldn't buy it. Demographics have changed, the media is bought and paid for so expect it to be in place any time soon.
  10. Biden couldn't find his arse with both hands. He's been sucking on the public teat all of his life and has no idea what day of the week it is. For Biden read handlers, and they are legion and mostly dual nationals.
  11. You mean like this: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/feb/03/afghan-refugees-protest-against-plans-to-move-them-from-london-to-yorkshire I'd move from London to Yorkshire for a free house, free school, free food, free everything. Of course the Tykes won't get a say in who gets dumped on them.
  12. The Bible was twisted for them by Scofield and Darby. Most of the Evangelicals/Dispensationalists believe in the Rapture and think they're going to be whisked away when the shit hits the fan. They're in for a shock.
  13. Him and that Neil Degrasse Tyson bloke get right up my nose. Celebrity scientists enthralling the masses with smoke and mirrors.
  14. My colleague had to attend a short hearing last week. It could have been done over the phone but for some reason it was scheduled as an in-person conference. She went with her client, who suffers from Emphysema, is on oxygen, and can barely walk. When they arrived, the security guard pointed to the mask requirement but took pity and waved them in. The adjudicator however, demanded that masks be worn. My colleague told the adjudicator that her client could not and would not wear a mask. The adjudicator stood up, walked out of the room and is now threatening sanctions. We await the outcome but are prepared to take this as far as we can.
  15. WWIII started in August 1945 when the Americans bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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