Nick Clegg, Leon Brittan, PIE, paedo …
Nick Clegg is very keen to not be associated with Leon Brittan … but didn’t he work in Leon Brittan’s office?
Is it more than Nick Clegg is a Conservative? I think that (it) is established – he was at (a Conservative at) University and there is the Blue ‘Yellow’ Orange Book.
Leon Brittan. I’m certainly forming the impression that She got a gang of very sexually predatory on young people around her deliberately. I
am have also have a very strong impression (or more) that this continued into the Blair years and that it may well be the way of Westminster …
later: Leon Brittan is prominent in Barnes (and Private Eye ;)
Later: Leon Brittan – as Thatcher’s Home Secretary didn’t act against PIE, the Paedophile Information Exchange. I don’t wonder why
edit: it may be worth thinking about how She protected them – there may be a pattern.
2am This may be about Nick Clegg and Leon Brittan.
Nick Clegg was a Tory at university and worked in Leon Brittans’ office afterwards. There’s more to it that that.
Nick Clegg hides the fact that he was a Tory and that he worked in the Tory office of Leon Brittan. Leon Brittan is very so obviously very suspect. FM just leave the kids alone.
Times have changed
er, but that’s no excuse for being a totally nasty bastard
Later: I am available to be employed as a consultant (conditions apply)
Later later: That’s a mistake, no? I did have a blanket last time I was in the cells – but shouldn’t everyone deserve a blanket without scabies and a cup of tea without pubes? Yes, even those protesters. Isn’t the point about democracy is that you can object? I think so. And I hate starting a sentence with and but lets consider the idea of democracy. [edit: I don’t think that makes sense but then it is nearing 3am and I am drunk.]
We have general elections in UK every five years. The problem here is that they make promises, they are elected on the basis of those promises but they don’t then keep those promises.
For example, Cameron said no top down reorganisation of the NHS. He’s totally renaged on his pre-election promise / commitment there. I think that he lied. It’s for you to decide if he lied. But he did.
How are these people different from criminals?
3am The point about protesters/demonstrators is that everyone in a democratic society have and – I think – an absolute right to show their opposition to how they are governed. I think that this is central to a democracy – it’s more than that challenges should be heared and considered. It’s also about being denied any medium of expression apart from demonstrating.
I submit that demonstrations and protests should be facilitated in any democratic society and that it is a legitimate political expressions.
Further: I consider that demonstrations of all political persuasions (should be) are facilitated. Counter-demonstrations should have the same regard for their rights.
edit: I suggest that political expression of all sorts should be facilitated in a democratic society. That includes protest/demonstration and counter protest/demonstration
edit: This post was originally about Nick Clegg and his being a Tory from his University days, and that he served as a Tory in Leon Brittan’s office in URUP (Europe). It should be known that Nick Clegg was a Tory and worked in Leon Brittan’s office but he’s pretending otherwise. That’s a matter of fact that Nick Clegg is hiding.
This post has gone beyond that as they do on my blog. I suggest and submit that the political system in UK should facilitate demonstrations of discontent and such demonstrations should be regarded as an integral part of UK’s democratic system. I submit that protest is a part of any democratic society. It’s a shame and probably to their detriment that governments ignore protests.