LORD DAVID BLUNKETT

  NO MATTER WHAT YOUR POLITICS STAMPING OUT NAZI TENDENCIES SHOULD BE HIGH ON YOUR AGENDA

 

 

Lord David Blunkett former Member of Parliament

 

Lord Blunkett

 

 

Incredibly, for carrying out one of the most blatant human rights offences against the British citizens, probably one of the worst instances since the Second World War, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's governments allowed the then David Blunkett MP to tear up the European Convention of Human Rights and our own version of Article 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998, by allowing this politician to mastermind the Sexual Offences Act 2003, and Act the reversed the burden of proof in that anyone accused of a sexual offence enters a Court presumed guilty, instead of presumed innocent.

 

On the one hand we fight to preserve the freedoms that make us human and on the other hand British politicians seek to take away those rights, but only after the justification for war has died down so that abuses on the person by the state will not be so noticeable. But surely that social creep is what led us to war against a Germany that had become so twisted in its thinking that it had to be stopped. Let us not forget that is was England that invented concentration camps, and eugenics programs were popular in the US as part of their American Way agenda long before Adolf and Heinrich applied mass production techniques to the ideology, or rather elimination agenda, as witnessed by Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Dachau extermination camps - now shrines to the depths of human depravity.

 

Blunkett was the minister responsible for overseeing the drafting of legislation that allowed a jury to convict anyone, most usually a man accused by a woman of rape or other sexual assault, without any physical or factual proof of an offence being committed. In all other cases the Judge has a duty to warn a Jury of the dangers of convicting someone of just the say so of the person accusing him or her. In other words we have a Witch Hunt situation where (for example) a Bunny Boiler who is out for revenge for being dumped can get their ex-partners locked up just by learning a few key phrases from looking at reports on other cases.

 

Imagine that you are a parent who does not let your child have their own way. Using this Act any child can make a false allegation against their father or mother, or most typically against a step-father who rescues a dysfunctional single parent family for a time, and get that person jailed. Simply because there is no evidence needed for a conviction, just a modicum of acting ability, where social services will usually lend a hand and coach the claimant even though that is illegal - and the police will not seal up the crime scene but allow an accuser time to fabricate a better story and hide inconvenient evidence from the police, not that the police would disclose that until the very last minute in any case.

 

 

 

 

Then there is the single judge situation that filters appeal applications (because there is no right of appeal in Nazi Britain) and the Criminal Cases Review Commission who's job it is to whitewash as many cases of wrongful conviction as possible to keep the British Justice system appearing to be safe, when in fact it is riddled with Masonic Judges and Prosecutors in the CPS. Hence, if you are dating the daughter of a Mason as in one case that has come to our attention, watch out if the relationship, dare we say engagement is cancelled. This is because Masonic influence goes all the way up the chain to the Court of Appeal, or indeed any Court along the path - if you are trying to correct an injustice.

 

Once released from prison, if you are lucky enough to get our, that is not the end of the injustice, like the guards in the prisoner of war camps who gassed their Jewish captives in special chambers designed for mass murder, there is the Probation Service to deal with and the Sex Offenders Register that emasculates anyone so entrapped - in the continuance of this state sanctioned eugenics programme that violates Article 3 and 17 - and you should note that in Gestapo Britain there is no Article 13 effective remedy available to anyone - because Article 13 was carefully left out of our domestic Human Rights Act.

 

It would be funny if it was not so shameful. Like when Harriet Harman recently made that disgusting joke on live BBC TV about getting 99 Jews in the ashtray of a car. Britain is quite prepared to let innocent men rot in prison along with those with IPP sentences who were long overdue for release and rehabilitation. Lord Blunket appears to show no remorse for his part in creating this situation, much the same as Tony Blair sought to justify invading Iraq on defective intelligence of the basis that he did not agree with their regime. Sounds a bit like Hitler invading Poland to us.

 

Prison officers and governors are more than happy to carry out the wishes of the State, regardless of the inhumanity. Indeed, many of them appear to take some kind of sadistic pleasure in what they do, we suppose like many Nazi war criminals who claimed that they were only following orders.

 

To our mind this is nothing short of the sort of statute crafting that saw Adolf Hitler and his chum Heinrich Himmler form the Gestapo and wipe out millions of political adversaries in work camps on their way to invading Poland in the quest to stamp a Third Reich on the face of planet earth.

 

 

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THE GUARDIAN SEPTEMBER 2017 - THOUSANDS OF IPP PRISONERS TRAPPED IN SHAMEFUL LIMBO

The plight of James Ward shows the injustice of a bungled scheme. Seven years after its abolition 3,000 remain behind bars with no release date in sight.

In 1997, when Labour came to power, I was in jail, part way through a seven-year sentence. Back then, I had no thoughts of becoming a journalist, but I had more than a little interest in penal reform, so rejoiced when Blair led his party to a landslide victory.

While in opposition, Labour had talked a good fight on putting the prison system to rights. In 1993, when Blair was shadow home secretary, he said: “The purpose of any system of justice should not just be to punish and deter, but also to rehabilitate, for the good of society as well as the criminal. Which is why there are practical reasons, as well as those connected with civil liberties, for reforming our monstrous prison regime.”

Once in power, though, Labour changed its tune. As shadow home secretary, Blair had promised to be “tough on crime, tough on the underlying causes of crime” – but as prime minister, he stayed true only to the first part of that pledge. Thousands of new laws were introduced which increased the prison population by 20,000. Among other things, the Labour government seemed intent on slapping every kid on a deprived estate with an asbo.

But in my book, their worst offence came with the introduction, in 2005, of indeterminate sentences for public protection (IPPs), a scheme dreamed up by David Blunkett. The idea was that high-risk criminals, mainly convicted of violent or sexual offences, would be given a tariff instead of a fixed-term sentence. They could only be released at the end of that tariff if the Parole Board was satisfied they could be managed safely in the community. If not, they stayed put.

As could – and should – have been forecast, the judiciary went beyond the stated remit of IPPs. Between 2005 and 2012, when the sentences were abolished, 8,711 prisoners were given IPPs.

 

 

 

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The majority of those had tariffs of four years or less, which in itself showed that the offences were not on the scale of seriousness that IPPs were supposedly brought in for. The plight of James Ward, who has served 11 years in jail after initially being sentenced with an IPP to a minimum of 10 months for arson in 2006, is just the latest case to be highlighted – he is now due to be released. Today, seven years after IPPs were abolished, about 3,300 IPP prisoners remain behind bars, not knowing when they will be released.

This is not because the Parole Board considers them a threat (though some may well be), but because the system simply cannot cope with the logistics of putting these prisoners through the required release process.

Before satisfying the Parole Board, IPP prisoners must complete offending behaviour courses but, even now, many are still waiting to participate in such courses. Not all prisons run the required courses and prisoners can wait months, or years, for transfer to an appropriate jail.

The Prisoners’ Advice Service, which helps many in this situation, tells me that some of their IPP clients experience cognitive difficulties, making it difficult to ever complete the behaviour course. Shockingly, one such female prisoner is eight years over her tariff.

The chair of the Parole Board, Nick Hardwick, has only been in post since March last year. He is deeply concerned about the IPP situation and has made progress since he took charge, hearing more cases in less time. This year has seen more IPP prisoners released than any year since they came into being, but he says the situation is still unacceptable and cites the high level of suicide and self-harm among those caught up in this shameful legal limbo.

In the latest issue of Inside Time, the national newspaper for prisoners and detainees, Hardwick proposes that the rules of this cruel game should be changed. He says that for those with a tariff of two years or less, the onus should be on the state to prove they are likely to commit another offence, rather than on the prisoner to show that they are not.

Hardwick, the former chief inspector of prisons, is a good and humane man whom I am loath to disagree with – but I do on this. Change the rules by all means, but let the state prove danger in all of these cases. The state created this lousy logjam, it should use its executive power to set those undeservedly trapped in it free.

Eric Allison is the Guardian’s prison correspondent

 

 

 

 

DAVID'S TIMELINE

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions May 2005 - Nov 2005
Home Secretary Jun 2001 - Dec 2004
Secretary of State for Education and Employment May 1997 - Jun 2001
Shadow Secretary of State for Education Jul 1995 - May 1997
Shadow Secretary of State for Education Jul 1994 - Jul 1995
Party Chair, Labour Party Aug 1993 - Jul 1994
Shadow Secretary of State for Health Jul 1992 - Jul 1994
Opposition Spokesperson (Local Government and Poll Tax) Jun 1988 - Jul 1992
Member, Labour Party National Executive Committee Aug 1983 - Jul 1998 

CONSTITUENCY

 

Member for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough May 2010 - Mar 2015
Member for Sheffield, Brightside Jun 1987 - May 2010
Contested for Sheffield, Hallam Feb 1974 

 

 

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CONTACT

House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW
Tel: 020 7219 5353
Email: contactholmember@parliament.uk

Full title: The Rt Hon. the Lord Blunkett
Joined the Lords: 28 September 2015
Party/group: Labour 

 

 

The Labour party is a political group that has had its share of Prime Ministers in the United Kingdom, but even with that balance of the power sharing seesaw, this party has been unable to curb climate change, provide affordable housing or bring down our National Debt to sensible levels. The policies of Conservative and Labour parties - and even for a brief time a coalition with the Liberal Democrats have done nothing to alleviate the poverty trap for millions of British citizens who are effectively, financial slaves.

 

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LABOUR SHADOW GOVERNMENT 2017-2018

 

 

Jeremy Corbyn

 

Jeremy Corbyn

MP 

 

Tom Watson

 

Tom Watson

MP 

 

Emily Thornberry

 

Emily Thornberry

MP 

 

John McDonnel

 

John McDonnell

MP 

 

Dianne Abbot

 

Dianne Abbott

MP 

 

Nia Griffith

 

Nia Griffith

MP 

 

Richard Burton

 

Richard Burgon

MP 

 

Keir Starmer

 

Kier Starmer

MP 

 

Barry Gardiner

 

Barry Gardiner

MP

 

Jonathan Ashworth

 

 Jon Ashworth

MP 

 

Anglela Rayner

 

Angela Rayner

MP 

 

Rebecca Long-Bailey

 

Rebecca Long-Bailey

MP 

 

Deborah Debbie Abrahams

 

Debbie Abrahams

MP 

 

Andy Andrew McDonald

 

Andy McDonald

MP 

 

Andrew Gwynne

 

Andrew Gwynne

MP

 

John Healey

 

John Healey

MP 

 

Valerie Vaz

 

Valerie Vaz

MP

 

Baroness Angela Smith of Basildon

 

(Angela) Baroness Smith Basildon

MP 

 

John Trickett

 

 John Trickett

MP

 

Lesley Laird

 

 Lesley Laird

MP

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Christina Rees

 

Christina Rees

MP 

 

Owen Smith

 

 Owen Smith

MP 

 

Susan Sue Hayman

 

Sue Hayman

MP 

 

Kate Osamor

 

Kate Osamor

MP 

 

Ian Lavery

 

Ian Lavery

MP 

 

Dawn Butler

 

 Dawn Butler

MP 

 

Peter Dowd

 

Peter Dowd

MP 

 

Baroness Sharmu Chakrabarti

MP

(Shami) Baroness Chakrabarti

MP 

 

Nick Brown

 

Nick Brown

MP 

 

Lord Steven  Bassam of Brighton

 

 (Steven) Lord Bassam Brighton

MP

 

Babara Keeley

 

Barbara Keeley

MP 

 

Cat Smith

 

Cat Smith

MP

 

 

 

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Lord David Blunkett

Former MP

 

Gordon Brown

 

Gordon Brown

Former Prime Minister

 

Tony Blair

 

Tony Blair

Former Prime Minister

 

 

 

Angela Rayner
Andrew Gwynne

Andy McDonald

Barbara Keeley

Baroness Sharmi Chakrabarti CBE

Baroness Angela Smith of Basildon

Barry Gardiner

Cat Smith

Christina Rees

David Blunkett

Dawn Butler

Debbie Abrahams

Diane Abbott
Emily Thornberry

Ian Lavery
Jon Ashworth

Jeremy Corbyn

John Healey
John McDonnell

Jon Trickett
Kate Osamor

Keir Starmer KCB QC
Lesley Laird

Lord Steven Bassam of Brighton

Nia Griffith

Nick Brown
Owen Smith

Peter Dowd
Sue Hayman

Rebecca Long-Bailey

Richard Burgon
Tom Watson 
Valerie Vaz

 

 

We are concerned with how the make up of the above parties and (reasonably) popular policies affects the Wealden district of Sussex, because we are all brothers on two islands in the Atlantic Ocean and what we do or fail to do is likely to rebound on ourselves and our fellow man in other nations around the world. How we act today influences policies in other countries in our global community. It is not just about us and our patch even with Brexit putting the brakes on.

 

 

 

 

DISTRICT & BOROUGH COUNCILS

 

East Sussex has five District and Borough Councils, each with a border on the coast. From west to east they are: 

 

Eastbourne Borough Council

Hastings Borough Council

Lewes District Council 

Rother District Council 

Wealden District Council

 

There is also East Sussex County Council as the provider of services to the 5 East Sussex districts.

 

As near neighbours and with councils now sharing facilities and working together, these area of Sussex are included in our remit and an area where climate change and affordable housing are issues that need urgent attention. Where the coastline is a feature in every Council, Blue Growth is a food security issue, especially where this side of of our local economy is under-exploited.

  

 

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