Is it now too late for Britain? (part 1)

A (thankfully) retiring Judge, Alan Goldsack QC, has made a speech calling for the forced snatching of babies by the state from mothers or families, to stop them from following said parents into crime, prostitution or drug use:

Some people become criminals because they enjoy crime and think it’s a good way of life and if they don’t get caught they think they can have a good lifestyle.

But a frightening thing is the number of people I see who are the grandchildren of the people I have prosecuted and defended 40 years ago – because crime runs in families in the same way that being a doctor, teacher or lawyer does.

We have to get in on the ground and remove young babies from the families that are going to produce the next generation of criminals, and that is why I did family law right up until the end because I think it is very important work.

I have read so many pre-sentence reports where I said to myself ‘why was this person not adopted at birth? All the signs were there’.

How about the likes of Goldsack stopping and thinking about why known criminals who have gone through the justice system are re-offending?  We have too few prison spaces that allow inmates to go through rehabilitation and be helped to change their behaviour and start building skills they can take into the community after their release.  Many just need to be given a chance to sort their lives out. Yes, some people are plain criminal and will re-offend.  Fine. Leave them locked up for longer where they can do no more harm to society.

It’s not the failed care system that should bear all the blame in the way Goldsack asserts.  It’s the failed penal system that keeps turning out on to the street unreformed offenders who have been coddled with a raft of facilities they probably couldn’t afford on the outside, and allowed to take drugs to ensure prison officers get a quieter time of it.  Goldsack’s vision is one of surrender to the inevitability of repeat offending and shifting blame away from the legal system he is part of.  It’s pathetic.

It is only the suggestion of a retiring Judge, but make no mistake the Common Purpose indoctrinated elements of social services will seize upon it and push it up the agenda.  Give this additional power to the state and there will be injustices and corruption by the bucket load as rights are trampled down and the bonds between many mothers and children up and down the country are severed without good cause or effective checks and balances.

7 Responses to “Is it now too late for Britain? (part 1)”

  1. 1 mowmeadow 27/05/2013 at 10:37 am

    To keep England for the English? Yes, it is too late. The country is now a zoological gardens experiment on the dispersal of foreign people among a decent civilized society. By the time any appraisal can be made or indeed will be allowed, it will have gone too far. The beginning came with the issuing of British passports to Indians who were about to be annihilated by African nations given independents. Then came the big inflow of West Indians for no apparent reason other than white Liberal paternalism. Then to top it up the late Labour administration made the dramatic decision to open the doors to the whole world of doubtful Islamic tribes. People with an agenda to use the freedom of the UK to raise Islamic jihad. To raise al-Qaeda and other radical terrorist groups. The media, the police, and their political masters all too yellow bellied to dare speak out or do a thing about it. The recent statements by the PM on how the people are staunchly standing their ground against recent terrorist actions, is too little, too late. Without any mention of the purposeful policy of his political mates to continue what others had started with no change of any consequence.

  2. 2 Furor Teutonicus 27/05/2013 at 11:34 am

    XX The beginning came with the issuing of British passports to Indians who were about to be annihilated by African nations given independents. Then came the big inflow of West Indians XX

    I presume you mean Ugandan Asians.

    The West indians came FIRST (Remember “Empire Windrush” ??? THAT was 1948). THEN the Ugandan Asians. (1972).

  3. 3 maureen gannon 27/05/2013 at 12:40 pm

    It is not the immigrants, although too many have been allowed to settle the majority of whom are law abiding and have and do abide by our laws. it is the bLiar idea that he could create a country with culture being the buzz word , the West Indians and Indians assimilated . then along came bLiar who announced it was to be multicultural as opposed to multiracial and that is when it became divisive and unworkable . sharia law had to have a blind eye turned away from it,consequently you have Tower Hamlets where there are patrols that insult white girls being told to get off the street it is a sharia area and they are slags etc, men who may have drink in there hands being ordered out of their area . if you find it hard to believe visit YouTube and see it for yourself

  4. 4 mowmeadow 27/05/2013 at 11:19 pm

    Argue about the details if you may, the fact is, it was formulated without any public discussion. It was always fast-tracked without any thought at what the general ‘hoi polloi’, of whom had to adjust themselves to the flood tide, had to say about it. If anything was ever a rough shod attempt at walking over peoples rights to have their say, the immigration into Britain since the war was it! A terrible disgrace! In comparison to the non problematic German prisoners and Polish ex army that stayed behind after the war, it has been a shambles of attempted multiculturism excess.

  5. 5 Furor Teutonicus 28/05/2013 at 8:39 am

    XX Argue about the details if you may, the fact is, it was formulated without any public discussion.XX

    Fact is(!) When your grasp of historical detail is so lacking, what reason do we have to believe the rest of what you say?

  6. 6 mowmeadow 29/05/2013 at 3:07 am

    Because Furor Teutonicus what your esteemed leaders are telling you, or are not telling you, and have led you to believe for so long, is far worse than any lacking detail that might arise from my rare comments.

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