What have crack-whore abuser Hugh Grant, mendacious rag The Guardian and TV-tax thieves the BBC got in common? Apart from a mutual loathing of Rupert Murdoch, all will keep absolutely silent this week as Parliament has forced SOCA to release the identities of the banks, city law firms and big corporates who have used criminal methods of phone hacking, burglary, theft and criminal trespass to gain competitive advantage. Stephen Glover in the Mail has the full story.
The stinking injustice of jailing journalists for phone hacking but letting lawyers and bankers go free cloys the nostrils with the putrescent ordure of establishment cover up and self interest. Even little Austria can manage to jail bent bankers, but this mother of democracies, with an electoral system now so corrupt and so far beyond civilised standards that Michael Pinto-Duschinsky has described it as third-world, can't put a single pin-striped miscreant behind bars.
We should hang our heads in shame before the world.