Why you don't give up your sovereignty to faceless, unelected bureaucrats

Here in New Zealand, Paul Quinn and with the able help and support of Judith Collins,the Corrections Minister, we are moving to stop criminals having the vote. In the UK they are faced with the spectacle of rapists, pedophiles, drug dealers and violent criminals getting the vote because of the actions of an axe murderer.

The killer whose human rights case has paved the way for prisoners to get the vote in Britain for the first time has taunted ministers by toasting his success on YouTube with “Champagne and a joint”.

John Hirst, who hacked his landlady to death with an axe, said he was celebrating “for the 75,000 prisoners who will be getting the vote – that includes murderers, rapists, paedophiles.”

He waved his glass around before taking a long drag on a joint, and laughed: “It will bloody kill me that.”

His sickening YouTube video will be viewed with horror by David Cameron who, as the Daily Telegraph disclosed today, has reluctantly admitted that the Coalition will have to allow prisoners to vote after a judgment by the European Court of Human Rights.

On his four minute long “home video”, Hirst said: “I’ve got the joint, I’m going to celebrate. I’ve got the bottle of Champagne and I’m going to celebrate because last night it was announced in the Daily Telegraph that prisoners have got the vote which I am really chuffed about.

“Finally won out. I’m now going to celebrate for the 75,000 prisoners who will be getting the vote – that includes murderers, rapists, paedophiles, all of them will be getting the vote because it’s their human right to have the vote. You can’t start moralising and say which ones can and can’t have the vote.”

He then pops the Champagne and says “Cheers!” before adding: “I’ve not to get too drunk as I’ll be doing the Today show later on.”

He then lights a joint, adding: “and this is courtesy of the local drug dealer” and starts singing “I shot the sheriff.”

Taking a long drag he adds: “It will bloody kill me that.” Before laughing and waving his glass of Champagne around.

Thankfully New Zealand hasn’t sold its sovereignity to the EU or any other quasi-government organisation. While the UK contemplates scum being able to vote because of hand-wringing liberal tossers in Europe we are moving to have people like John Hirst denied the vote.

The message here in New Zealand is if you commit crimes against society then you will be removed from society and not allowed to participate, its called jail and you don’t get to vote either. The message is simple, if you wish to retain your freedom then don’t commit crimes.

This is the same reasoning behind Judith Collins addressing some stupidity at Work and Income.

The Government says it will stop loaning money to disqualified drivers so they can get a licence to get back on the road.
The acting Minister for Social Development, Judith Collins, says the Department of Work and Income makes the loans to people who have been convicted of drunk and dangerous driving, enabling them to pay their legal fees when applying for a limited, work-only driver’s licence.

Ms Collins says the Government was unaware of the loans until contacted by media, and she does not know how long they have been available.

“The department has said that it cannot be sure about how many of these would have been paid,” she says. “They’ve said that they cannot be sure because of the way that these funds have been coded.”

Ms Collins says the loans will still be available in exceptional circumstances, but approval will have to come from the head of Work and Income.

She says people who lose their licence should be prepared to catch the bus.

The UK coalition government of David Cameron can’t even contemplate such sensible policies because the UK sold their sovereignty to the EU long ago. Here, though, we have  Labour, Greens, Maori party and Peter Dunne supporting axe murderers having the vote.


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

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