Echoes of a ‘Little Drummer Boy’

Good riddance to a murderous waste of oxygen. Should have been hung twenty years ago

We hold our icons, both worthy and evil, in a special place; at least in Gt. Britain. My opinion of the fate of Ian Brady would be echoed by many, most of all the families of his victims. But the strangest news was that his remains were transported to a crematorium in secret and burned: with the ashes transferred to a special urn made of Himalayan rock salt, taken out by a Police launch, accompanied by his solicitor and deputed police, and unceremoniously dropped over the side; whereupon the weighted urn would dissolve over several hours. We were also told that the stand-by ‘cremator’ was professionally cleansed afterwards.

A contemporaneous report gives the raw truth of these two despicable creatures, who voluntarily resigned from the human race when they embarked upon their quest for sexual gratification and death. The Death Penalty was removed from the Statute Books a year before: if those people who had sat through the Sixteen Minutes whilst one of the tape recording were played to a silent court had a vote, the Rope would have been back on the Statute Books in about fifty milli-seconds.

I am uninterested in reading comments from the gallery about how innocents could be, and allegedly were, executed. These two deserved to die, in revenge for the deaths of five innocents themselves. Who speaks for the victims now? Life imprisonment? Take a look at our prison system now, and it is virtually indistinguishable from a badly-run hotel, with computers, television, take-out meals and drugs on tap! Liberal sympathy! The State Mustn’t take a life!

Bah: Humbug and Hogwash!

4 comments for “Echoes of a ‘Little Drummer Boy’

  1. Errol
    November 4, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    You’re wrong.

    The state cannot, must not, ever take a life. Yes, prison has failed. If prison worked, we wouldn’t keep needing more of them.

    What we should have is flogging. If Brady had been beaten, whipped flayed every single day of his sentence he would have broken, and the tattered remains of his body and mind evidence of vengeance.

    But our ‘justice’ system is not actually about justice. it’s about law. And the law is an ass.

    • November 5, 2017 at 7:35 am

      Of course the state can take a life. Under rigorously controlled circumstances.

      Or, if you’re a patient on the Liverpool Care Pathway….

  2. Lord T
    November 5, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    The state should not have the power to take a life because it is corrupt, inefficient and unfeeling.

    That doesn’t make people like Brady undeserving of the death penalty. It just means that prison should be made a hell hole so they can suffer for the rest of their lives.

    People have done much worse since these pair and only spent some time in prison. Life should mean life and since there is no possibility of rehabilitation there is no reason not to make their lives hell.

  3. November 6, 2017 at 3:05 pm

    Keep’em in solitary for five years, then shoot them. They will look forward to it by then.

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