Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Saturday, 14 November 2009

Abusers led By Abusers?

Labour Have Been In Power Almost Thirteen Years.

As we become ever more crowded, is it inevitable that we should become ever more violent and unpleasant ? Day in day out our meagre resources are stretched to fund our services. Children bully and hurt others as a routine gesture of fun. Baby Ps all over The UK suffer constant nightmare existences. Armed gangs roam our towns and city streets. Police complain about private security services whilst continuing to seek promotion by appeasing their masters and accepting their handcuffs made of pens.
All the while the politicians, social engineering experimenters and our so called social services continue their collusion of "blind eyes". We are no longer governed by a moral class but a self-serving political elite immune from and protected from the deteriorating mess of their making. Every wicked beating of one person by another, every stabbing, shooting, rape and crime is a "statistic". Massaging of figures occupies an army of willing servants. All that effort goes into "votes", corruption and power.
The utter depravity of our political class and it's abusive seeking of power for it's own sake continues unchecked by right or left. So as we face further allegations of our Armed Forces and their alleged abuse of prisoners, we stare into an abyss of such horror for what we have become as a once proud and civilised Country. We "oldies" often moan about things but now our voices are as one in saying, correctly, it was not as bad as this in the past.
That mincing old sod, Heath condemned us to a EUSSR and we know we were lied to. Now lying and abuse of privilege is no longer a political suicide note. It is honoured like Fondlebum was this very week. How can we ever recover our self-respect under a governing elite of such corruption and abuse? How can we ever be a decent example to others when the people who are meant to lead us are from the exact same mould of deceit, plotting and self serving? I doubt we ever can return to being a civilised nation again. I rather suspect we face an ever worsening society destined soon to implode in the most terrible and sickening way. Our many decent, disciplined troops are let down by a number of rotten apples. So are we all, many of them not anywhere near the Armed Services. Sadly they really are .................................

All The Bloody Same.


  1. Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. According to, ...

    "This arose as a quotation by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902). The historian and moralist, who was otherwise known simply as Lord Acton, expressed this opinion in a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton in 1887:

    "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.""

    The fact that that quote dates back about 150 years, of course, doesn't mean that thigs have always been as bad as they are now. I'm certain, too, that personal responsibility barely exists anymore. No-one stands up and admits an error. Even when they are proven in the wrong, they see no reason to atone for the error. Honour ... that is what has all but vanished.

    When I was young, the thing that ruined careers was not guilt, rather it was shame. Shame it was that compelled people to resign. The fear of shame it was that kept many people from committing the horrendous crimes that seem to be a daily occurrence today.

    Now, there is no shame. And we see the consequences of its abandonment.

  2. Well put, OH and Edgar.

    There was a time that I recall when divorce was a shame, homosexuality was a shame, smoking in the street was something that only 'common' people did, disrespecting the Police was frowned upon, churches and war memorials were sacrosanct and children referred to adults as Mr or Mrs. Drug dealers were unseen, drug addicts kept a low profile - out of shame - and politicians were generally thought to be honourable.

    Haven't we come a long way in 50-odd years?

  3. "Haven't we come a long way in 50-odd years?"

    The longest and darkest roads have been those laid by Socialists.

  4. They have systematically and deliberately turned our once green and pleasant land into the worst nightmare hellhole that we could ever have imagined, OR.

  5. I like the phrase "The arrogance of power". After a while they believe they can ride roughshod over the population and they are always right even when proved wrong. A plague on their house.

  6. Dark Lochnagar, never more than over Iraq and Afghanistan.