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Incompetence Is Normal At The Home Office

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Theresa May

Theresa May and James Brokenshire must go.  The absolute disgrace, the shambles over Olympics security should see them both on the dole tomorrow.

Ms May is the most empty-headed minister I have known in my lifetime. Where she came from, why she has reached such high office, what skills or value she has brought to government is a mystery.

James Brokenshire

Brokenshire is the nastiest, most vicious and unpleasant junior minister ever. He’s an ex-banker and has held charge over the government’s delusional, head in the clouds drugs policy with exactly the arrogance and irresponsibility that suggests.  He sank to the nadir of his career when he claimed that the adulteration of street cocaine had reached record levels and this was a huge success.  This in the full knowledge that the Serious Organised Crime Agency records the adulterants used in cocaine are more harmful than cocaine itself.

If there is a war on drugs then Brokenshire is a war criminal.

Both of them are worse than useless.

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July 15, 2012 at 11:46 am

The Most Dangerous Man In Britain

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James “Broken Britain” Brokenshire

The vile, evil, utterly disgusting policies that this man pursues are succeeding, according to him.   He claimed in the drugs debate on Friday that it is a measure of the “success” of his policies that drugs on the streets of Britain now contain more adulterants than ever before.

He said:

“The quality of cocaine on the streets is, in some cases, as low as 10% in purity at the moment. That shows some of the very effective work that is taking place.”

This is a disgraceful and despicable attitude.  It is more than irresponsible.  It reveals the deliberate pursuit of harm to drug users.  Brokenshire has now ducked well beneath any standard of decent behaviour.  He must be removed from office.

Some of these adulterants are far more dangerous than cocaine itself.  They also mask the strength of the cocaine and so make overdoses more likely.  This is what Brokenshire regards as success.

According to the Serious Organised Crime Agency, the following adulterants are found in cocaine in Britain:

Benzocaine, Boric acid, Caffeine, Creatine, Dilitiazem, Dimethylterephthalate, Hydroxyzine, Lignocaine, Mannitol, Paracetamol, Phenacetin, Procaine, Sugars and Tetramisole hydrochloride

James  “Broken Britain” Brokenshire is the most dangerous man in Britain.  He must be sacked as a minister in order to protect the safety of young and vulnerable people.