The musings of a freeborn Englishman who is totally disenchanted with the dictatorial attitude that poses as democracy.
The ECHR decision and Mrs Blair's Practice notwithstanding, it is time to re-invent the concept of Outlawry. If you persistently break the Law of the Land, it should be possible to declare you as being outside the protection of the laws of the land. Ergo, an 'Outlaw', one who does not enjoy the protection of the law and may be summarily dealt with by any citizen.As for allowing those convicted of crimes against the law abiding, they should be stripped of all rights. One hopes, but is certain the Troughers of Westminster will not, that Parliament will reject this ridiculous decision and tell the ECHR to take a swim in the Rhine at Strasbourg for their pains.
TGM: "As for allowing those convicted of crimes against the law abiding, they should be stripped of all rights."Too damn right! Anyway, how come this is a matter for the ECHR? The right to vote is a civil right, not a human right. On top of which, in some instances, those incarcerated are most definitely not 'human'.
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