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16 December 2005
The Blairites keep on sinking
Just two days ago I commented on Britain's involvement in the CIA's Torture R Us business, and remarked that just when you thought that things couldn't get any worse, the Blairites managed to prove you wrong. Guess what? They've done it again.

It now emerges that four men who were held without charge at Belmont Prison for four years, were never once even questioned during the whole time that they were banged up.

To make matters even worse, if that were possible, the legislation that allowed the Blair regime to hold the three Algerians and one Palestinian has been struck down by the Law Lords and the men were released. So then, is a sadistic game of cat and mouse, the regime went after them on immigration charges and now wants to deport them. While this drags on the men are under virtual house arrest, and anybody who wishes to visit them at their homes must submit his name and address along with a photograph to the Home Office.

Words have failed me at this point.

The credibility of the Blair government is tinkering on the edge of meltdown, even amongst those of us that would never vote for the Conservative party. It's all about competence and leadership. The British people were prepared to give this government one more chance at the last election but basically they have blown it. Blairs likley sucessor Gordon Brown is not well liked and Blair himself is a lame duck. To quote the Clash "Meltdown expected, the wheat is growing thin"


16 December 2005 at 15:10  

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