Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Public enemy of the day: Judge Christopher Ball...

... who sentenced a serial burglar with 665 crimes on his record to ... a new start in another town, living rent free with his girlfriend.

Well done, Judge, you confirm every single thing I've been saying about you pack of degenerate, fancy-dress fuckheads. Ball thinks his grateful pal is going to turn over a new leaf. I'm hoping Ball will turn over a pile of leaves and disturb a slumbering rattle-snake.


Sue said...

Hi. Just found your blog :)

This one has me seething... this guy looks like a complete arse, possibly because he is..

Meanwhile, more than 1 in 10 of us have had our DNA catalogued, mostly for petty offences like smoking or refusing to pay a bin offence fine..

I am very quickly coming to boiling point... and so are many others.

Trooper Thompson said...

Welcome, Sue, and I'm glad you're fuming. This means you are sane.

I believe this issue - that of the criminal justice system is a weak point in the fabian's control grid, because it could become a focus of popular unrest. Imagine if the next time this judge or one of his notorious colleagues turns up for work he was met by protestors calling for his sacking. The reason this could force a breach is because ordinary people, I believe, feel strongly enough about this issue to gather en masse. Do you get what I mean?

Sue said...

Yes, I do and it seems as each day passes, it just gets worse.

Councils given 'Al Capone' powers to seize public's assets

This is just not right. Have you been to The Peoples United Community?

I have learnt that this is all illegal and they're just banking on our ignorance to "consent" to this.

We all need to fight back! We need to spread the word and let people know that they can resist if they know their rights!

Trooper Thompson said...

We all need to do more, and time is of the essence. The Copenhagen summit is intended to unveil the next stage towards a world government, controlled by the very worst elements of the criminal oligarchy.

Thanks for the link. I'm checking it out.