Why Judges are …
An Englishmen’s home is no longer his castle. Judges have progressively weakened the rights of the public to defend their own home. The farmer Tony Martin, imprisoned for life for murder because he defended his home against burglars, rightly provoked public outrage. Now any citizen who defends their person or property against vandals or burglars is immediately punished. For example an old age pensioner is jailed for defending his garden against vandals. Contrast this with our revolving door of ineffective justice that frees burglars, muggers and rapists time and again to repeat their crimes. Three strikes is a laugh and makes lawyers rich.
Police tell home owners that are multi-victims of crime that using barbed wire it is not burglar friendly and they could be sued by a thief injuring himself attempting to break into their home. It is Judges who have made this happen by allowing criminals to sue property owners when they are injured by any anti-burglar defences. Innocent citizens are punished for defending themselves against burglars in their own homes. This is an inversion of morality – it stands justice on its head.
Wanted terrorists, convicted for murder in other countries, are allowed to stay in this country. They enjoy welfare and are immune from deportation. Their families while here receive every benefit. Meanwhile these individuals recruit future terrorists who attack UK citizens. It is the Judges who have enabled them to remain in the country and place every obstacle to their deportation.
Creeping liberalism of Abortion laws means 156,000 foetuses are murdered a year by abortion. It is the judges who have allowed this to happen. Supposedly in the interests of the mothers. Does the foetus or the father get a vote in this carnage?
Legal cases are made as complicated and drawn out as possible. Once entrapped in the web of injustice a struggling citizen unsuccessfully seeking justice is sucked dry of his wealth until, like a fly with a spider, he is discarded when there is nothing left to take.
“The one great principle of the English law is to make business for itself”
There is one law for one, and one law for another. Prescott, a government minister threw a first punch but it was the man he hit who was arrested by police. Prescott was never charged with assault. Straw the home office minister was caught speeding at over 100mph and his driver was never charged. This contrasts with the unfortunate motorist caught doing 30.5mph in a 30 mph zone. A senior Judge in our family court system had a crash and badly injured a nanny who is blinded in one eye. The judge just had to attend a driver awareness course.
It is the area of family law that needs complete reform. Judges sit in secret courts where there is no jury present and coldly and callously remove children from one parent – usually the father. It is these fatherless monsters who have produced the killers of 4 year-old Jamie Bulger and Steven Laurence the headmaster. The only possible motive for doing this is the enrichment of lawyers.
Judges are never elected, theirs is the worst closed shop of all. They dispense Alice in Wonderland justice – where the words mean exactly what they want them to mean.
No one knows what the rules are and they are so clouded and blurred by contradictory case law that anything goes. Secret briefs precede outcome driven hearings.
The Judiciary are out of touch with ordinary people. The Metric Martyrs case has shown judges willing to criminalize ordinary hardworking citizens just for selling a pound of bananas. This makes judges worse than street muggers that prey upon us. Experts report that psychopaths have no sympathies for their victims. So it is that the legal-psychopaths demoralise and diminish the efforts of honest hardworking people. At the same time they preside over a system that gives criminals every attention with an army of social workers and probation officers. Ordinary citizens are outraged that criminal youths are given holidays in exotic locations. We need to get lawyers off the backs of law abiding citizens.
The underlying problems, are these: that passing laws in areas where laws should not be passed will first bring disregard; and, then, will come contempt for the law followed by social disorder. We must make judges electable.
"The germ of destruction of our nation is in the power of the judiciary, an irresponsible body - working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing it's noiseless step like a thief over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall render powerless the checks of one branch over the other and will become as venal and oppressive as the government from which we separated." T Jefferson