» Tuesday, December 12, 2006


Asked about John Reid’s comments that he wanted a politically led counter-terrorism department taking in foreign affairs and home affairs, the PMOS said the review had come to No10, the proposals would be studied and then we would make a decision.

Asked if the Prime Minister was still completely open to the idea of extending detention without charge beyond 28 days following John Reid’s comments at the Home Affairs Select Committee, the PMOS stated that they would judge that issue on the basis of the evidence and what the police had to say.

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  1. "the PMOS stated that they would judge that issue on the basis of the evidence and what the police had to say."

    The sheep of this country are being fleeced (no pun intended) and they’re too stupid to even see it. The government of this country are more criminal than even the police – and the police demonstrated with Jean Charles de Menezes and Forest Gate that they are above the law. We are allowing people who are criminal almost beyond belief to turn this country into a bona fide police state – and nobody seems to care. As long as they can sit on their fat lazy arses watching Eastenders and filling their fat stupid faces with crisps and cheap lager, that’s all they give a shit about. Well, until it is THEY who are being arrested for nothing, that is – and then they won’t be averse to having a good whine about it – you only have to look as far as the CSA/Fathers for Justice threads on here to see that. But by then it will be too late – it is already far too late, and the stupid fat lazy people of this country have no-one to blame but themselves. I’d say good riddance but their willful ignorance and lazy stupidity affects ME as well.

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 13 Dec 2006 on 4:16 pm | Link

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