Wednesday, 30 January 2019

The Course of Justice

Oh, well, unless Labour pulls quite a rabbit out of the hat, then it looks as if we are going to need to get behind Patrick O'Flynn of the SDP at what does now appear to be the inevitable Peterborough by-election.

But as Fiona Onasanya goes to prison, when will Tony Blair be going to prison? Sister Fiona Onasanya MP, for so she remains, would not have been charged if it had not been for the confluence of her politics, her religious beliefs, and her status as a liberated black person.

Taken together, those were more than could be tolerated by the Crown Prosecution Service, which correctly identified her as all three of a Corbyn supporter, the kind of Christian that dares to claim the Old Testament of Jesus Christ as the Old Testament of Jesus Christ, and uppity enough to call out Liberal Establishment hypocrisy over integration at home and over white settler colonialism You Know Where. Of course, these three aspects are intimately connected to each other.

The CPS deployed its favourite method of adding some variation on the theme "perverting the course of justice" to the charge sheet in order to secure a desperately desired conviction from a jury that had thus been bamboozled into believing that the defendant must have cheated in order to explain the total absence of evidence that the original offence had ever taken place, and must have been guilty of at least one of several charges, or else why were there several charges?

In reality, and while there are exceptions that mostly date back decades, jurors ought ordinarily to acquit automatically of all charges anyone charged with some variation on the theme of "perverting the course of justice", since it indicates only that the CPS is desperate for a conviction, often of a political opponent.

A political opponent whom the CPS would be desperate to convict would include a Corbyn supporter, or the kind of Christian that dares to claim the Old Testament of Jesus Christ as the Old Testament of Jesus Christ, or a liberated black person who might be uppity enough to call out Liberal Establishment hypocrisy over integration at home and over white settler colonialism You Know Where.

But in this case, the CPS has managed to secure such a conviction. So Fiona Onasanya has been sent to prison. When will Tony Blair be sent to prison?

I am not a member of the same political party as Tony Blair. I am a committed but critical, a critical but committed supporter of Jeremy Corbyn. I do not hesitate to claim the Old Testament of Jesus Christ as the Old Testament of Jesus Christ.

And I am more than uppity enough to call out Liberal Establishment hypocrisy over integration at home and over white settler colonialism You Know Where, in my case as someone who, being mixed-race, is offensive in principle to the Crown Prosecution Service, simply by the fact of my existence.

My being mixed-race is also offensive in principle to Simon Henig. The same is true of my committed but critical, critical but committed support for Jeremy Corbyn. And the same is true of my proud proclamation that the Old Testament of Jesus Christ is the Old Testament of Jesus Christ.

Like the CPS, Simon Henig believes that we mulattoes should not exist, and should be imprisoned on principle if we cannot be killed. Like the CPS, Simon Henig believes that we Lefties should not exist, and should be imprisoned on principle if we cannot be killed. Like the CPS, Simon Henig believes that we Christians should not exist, and should be imprisoned on principle if we cannot be killed.

Another hung Parliament is coming, however, and we need our people to hold the balance of power in it. It has become a local commonplace that I am on 30-30-30 with Labour and the Conservatives here at North West Durham, so that any one of us could be the First Past the Post. I will stand for this seat, if I can raise the £10,000 necessary to mount a serious campaign. Please email davidaslindsay@hotmail.com. Very many thanks.

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