Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Police State-Speaker's Conference

At the request of the Prime Minister the Speaker of the House of Commons chairs occasional conferences which,looking at the last and the present speaker, should send a shiver down all our spines. The topic for this last conference, the report was published yesterday, was 'Parliamentary Representation'.

One of the more disturbing things about it is the floating of the idea of nationalising even further the political process and legally imposing political correctness to further entrench the police state. The idea is to force by law, if change doesn't come otherwise, a quota of women, ethnic minorities, homosexuals and disabled people on us to even out the perceived imbalance of representation in parliament at the moment.

It seems to me that this can only be done by banning white males, white females, some black males, blacks and whites without disabilities and black and white heterosexuals without disabilities, from selection as parliamentary candidates in certain constituencies. Which goes to show, you can piss off some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but only MPs can piss us all off all of the time. This would apply to all parties.

The relevant section of the report can be read here.

If you can bear too you can read the whole report here.

My idea of the ideal make up of the House of Commons is below, they'd spend much less time ballsing our lives up than human MPs do:

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