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The Man Who Broke Britain – Nowhere To be Seen

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James “Broken Britain” Brokenshire has had various titles and job descriptions at the Home Office; crime reduction, crime prevention, anti-social behaviour, etc, etc.

I think we can all agree, by any standards, an abject failure.  Never in modern times has Britain seen such an upswing in crime and anti-social behaviour.

Will Brokenshire’s appalling job performance have any consequences for him?  Is he accountable in any way?

Of course not.   This is no surprise though.  Before he conned the voters of Bexley and Sidcup into voting for him he was a banker, so what do you expect?

Written by Peter Reynolds

August 11, 2011 at 1:31 pm

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  1. Thieves at the top of society, thieves at the bottom. What are we to do?


    August 11, 2011 at 1:39 pm

  2. Anyone with such a poor work record should not only be sacked, he should also be physically ejected from the Home Office and then made to sweep up the mess in the riot-hit streets.

    Banker? Absolutely! A complete banker.

    Dan Ford

    August 11, 2011 at 2:49 pm

  3. God this man is a total bloody prat – never answered one of my many letters or emails, as stated above, a complete *anker…….


    August 12, 2011 at 12:08 pm

  4. I’ve spent some time with James Brokenshire and I would like to say that he only recently aquired the title of Security Minister so he has not been totally in control until recently. I admit that he has not made himself known to the public and hasn’t spoken until recently at all about the riots, but as far as I have ever seen, emails, letters and phone calls are answered, replied to and even filed for reference, so unless letters were sent to the wrong address, I have no idea why that would be (could you inform me of where you sent them please?) Also email address as well.

    Anon Ymous

    August 12, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    • Brokenshire is the vile and venal individual who hailed the highest ever adulteration levels of street cocaine as a measure of success in his disgusting drugs policy. Just as during alcohol prohibition, the authorities actually poisoned alcohol, so Brokenshire is pleased to see our streets flooded with substances more dangerous than cocaine itself.

      Britain now has the most repressive drugs policy in the world short of countries like China, Malaysia and SIngapore where people are executed for drug use. This is Brokenshire’s responsibility. He has piloted a move away from the common sense and internationally recognised best practice of harm reduction to a puritanical, corrupt, unrealistic policy of abstinence. Behind this is a policy that promotes cheap, poisonous alcohol while charlatans and ponces like Brokenshire line their own pockets with bribes and backhanders from the alcohol businesses and Big Pharma.

      The man is disgusting and in any decent society it is he who would be in jail.

      Peter Reynolds

      August 13, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    • So does he (do you…) have any connection with this lot?


      August 14, 2011 at 12:35 am

    • I take it that’s a ‘yes’, then?


      August 17, 2011 at 6:06 pm

  5. For those who don’t know, Common Purpose is a secretive, subversive organisation that trains and infiltrates its operatives into positions of power and influence in central and local government, as well as other influential organisations.

    It’s probably got a lot to do with why the system continues to lie about cannabis, and to criminalise its users.


    August 17, 2011 at 6:12 pm

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