Once out; let’s place the First and Best Law into the Statute Books.

Hopefully, on June 9th, we will have a Prime Minister who has promised to listen to the Majority who voted to LEAVE the EU, and will negotiate from the position of strength which we shall, again hopefully, have given her. But the Government’s first action should be to legislate for the return of Capital Punishment, for a Mandatory Death Penalty for terrorists, child murderers, molesters and abusers, for those who murdered a policeman or serviceman, for killers; and especially, for Treason.


We should, immediately Parliament returns, organise and place Legislation on the Statute Books so that, once free of the cancerous grip of both the EU and its pernicious Human Rights Legislation, we can stretch their necks as they so thoroughly deserve. But the most important part of the first paragraph should be the word ‘Mandatory’, so that no liberal Judge can overturn the majesty of the Law!

7 comments for “Once out; let’s place the First and Best Law into the Statute Books.

  1. June 2, 2017 at 4:32 pm

    First candidate for neck stretching – Blair.

    • Trevor
      June 2, 2017 at 4:38 pm

      That would not distress me, but we shouldn’t exult in individual cases so much that it slows down the work of the Democratic Hygiene Operatives.

  2. Mudplugger
    June 2, 2017 at 5:16 pm

    Some of the sentiment may enjoy approval but, at a detailed level, why is the life of a policeman or a serviceman worth more than mine, or even yours ? The deliberate taking of any life deserves to be treated the same as any other life.

    On the wider point, the ‘majesty of the law’ is a deeply flawed form of majesty, certainly not infallible. Until its absolute accuracy can be guaranteed, then such an irreversible penalty as death is not sustainable.

    ‘Life’ should indeed mean life and I would offer all such convicted killers the option of voluntary euthanasia at any point in their sentence but, under our flawed legal system, I could not support a state-mandated death penalty. One error is one error to many – one day it might be me, or you. Think about it.

  3. PJH
    June 2, 2017 at 5:23 pm

    Given some of your previous posts Mike, I’m mildly surprised ‘being an arse-bandit’ isn’t on your list.

  4. John in cheshire
    June 2, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    I think the first priority should be the equivalent of the USA Constitution, particularly the right to free speech and the right to bear arms ( which is already in our own Bill of Rights).

    But I agree that Treason should carry the death penalty.

    I don’t agree with the current situation where our jails are filled with foreigners, particularly muslims, who are costing us a fortune to keep there. They and their families should be made to pay towards their incarceration and immediately deported once their prison term has been served, which would act as a deterrent to the greater muslim contingent in our country.

  5. Hereward Unbowed.
    June 2, 2017 at 7:42 pm

    Thre are some nutters who would have ‘the Donald’ hanged because he is deemed to be killing off the golden calf.

    I’d prefer no one to be above the law, that means scrapping all discrimination laws and equality legislation.

    I resent to all eternity: being made a second class citizen in my own country. To that end, no EUropean law, no EUropean regulation, no creep of any effort to do with the Luxembourg kangaroos nor the Strasbourg star chamber, all will be stamped on.

    I would also review Parliamentary immunity, these spavined sort of protections for that lot must be removed and if they fuck up, then they must be made accountable, at the very least removed from high office, be made available for extended hospitality at her maj’s………….that would reset their evident hauteur, and ambitions, made to abide by what the people demand not what their political and personal aspirations may aspire.

  6. Penseivat
    June 2, 2017 at 9:20 pm

    No one’s life is worth more than another’s. However, there are those of us who are innocent and therefore especially vulnerable, such as children, and there are those who are particularly vulnerable, such as the mentally ill. They should be included in discussions about the death penalty for those who murder them. There are also those who deliberately put themselves in harm’s way in order to protect our society, such as the military and the Police. They should also he included in discussions about the death penalty. If the death penalty is reintroduced for all murders, then may I suggest that the method of death for those guilty of killing those mentioned above be longer, and more painful.

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