Saturday, 29 November 2008

THEY MUST GO

Michael Martin MP, Speaker - A Speaker who fails signally to protect the interests of Parliament is as much use as a chocolate fireguard. For the good of the nation, he must go
Mrs Jill Pay, Serjeant at Arms - Reportedly appointed because Michael Martin couldn't get on with retired senior officers. The Serjeant is not there to pander to the Speaker's fragile ego but to defend the Parliamentary estate. She must go.
Jacqui Smith MP, Home Secretary - As the minister heading the department that has grossly perverted the role of the police from local citizens in uniform to State Security Organisation, and as the minister who failed to exercise leadership and control of her civil servants, she must go
Sir David Normington, Permanent Secretary - For assuming a power and authority he had no right to do, and for perverting the role of the police, he must go
Bob Quick, Asst Commissioner Specialist Operations, Metropolitan Police - For grossly exceeding his authority, for contempt of Parliament, he must go.

3 comments:

Bill Quango MP said...

Smith's defence was awful..
And she then went on to make out MP's were responding in an unjustifiable manner. Over-reacting to a trivial incident and making political capital from a non-story.

Even brining back Straw would be an improvement over this deceitful incompetent.

The statement she made on her "Jolly" to Leeds was along the lines of
"Boo Hoo. Its not fair, The Tories keep telling people of my many many mistakes and I look foolish and over promoted..boo hoo..make them stio..sniff"

Old Holborn said...

Announced Today by the BBC

Alan Milburn to set up "Civilian Security Force" using military trainers, civil servants, police officers, judges and other logistical staff.

Beware, The State is now arming itself against it's own citizens

LINK

Anonymous said...

And McCavity?

Well he was nowhere to be seen, yer honour, so must be innocent.

Aye Right.