Tuesday, 5 November 2013


Judge Dredd is the Law...

Parliament needs Judge Dredd.
“It was an in-compartmental error”, “I seem to have conveniently forgotten the specific details,” to “it was an administrative oversight.” politicians and civil servants have been breaking the Law since 1066.

The culture of not following the letter of the Law is epidemic in Parliament and Whitehall. The corruption of due diligence and attention to detail goes straight to the top. Only yesterday news came out that David Cameron didn't register the link to a group called Dishaa Venture closely associated with Common Purpose and their efforts to regulate the Press until last week, two years late!

MP's across the country are waking up!

David Cameron under pressure
Even Shipley's Philip Davies of all MP's, (who's been exposed to be a psychopath), sees through the supposedly 'simply mistakes.'

He says “I would always advise caution when it comes to being involved with any organisation that has close links with Common Purpose.

Common Purpose is a very secretive organisation which I think the Prime Minister would do well to be wary of.

They are trying to get their tentacles into every nook and cranny of the Establishment to pursue their Leftist, pro-European political agenda.

Of course, Common Purpose don’t want a free Press because a free Press exposes what they are up to.”

If only Judge Dredd was patrolling the corridors of power, none of this would be tolerated.

Judge, Jury and Executioner, Judge Dredd is the Law.

Parliament needs what Formula One Grand Prix has got.

Steve Stringwell
Sebastian Vettel
Steve Stringwell lived up to his nickname of Judge Dredd at Sunday’s Indian Formula One Grand Prix, when he issued the Red Bull team with a £21,000 fine for Sebastian Vettel's over exuberant display at winning his four consecutive F1 world title.

Sebastian Vettel, the 26-year-old, spun his Red Bull round and round in a cloud of tyre smoke, before leaping from the cockpit of his car to bow to the ecstatic fans before punching the air in delight.

Steve Stringwell, aka Judge Dredd said: “You must not let personalities interfere with your job which is to ensure that you follow the letter of the law.

Burning rubber
As a steward you have to look at all the evidence and then make a ruling based upon the regulations. Away from the track I am a magistrate and the same applies there.”

Parliament needs Steve Stringwell, Parliament needs Judge Dredd.

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