POLICE DICTATORSHIP STATES
Why is that? Maybe, because the present government is in the pockets of the oil companies. They don't want anyone making noises about their failings. So, change the law to lock them up. But, is that sustainable? Surely, it would be cheaper in terms of the UK's carbon footprint, to transition to renewables. And start curbing planning corruption.
The British administration are more or less, following the path trodden by Henry VIII and Adolf Hitler, both of whom systematically removed the right of the citizen to challenge corruption. [Articles 9 & 10] In the case of King Henry, he simply made his word law, and chopped off the head of anyone who disagreed with him. Simple! Adolf, set up the Gestapo and concentration camps, and made himself a dictator. The end result was much the same. The ordinary voter was completely muzzled. You either followed the glorious leader, or were eliminated.
Some may think Henry VIII was kinder. A quick death, rather than being worked to death, and then gassed.
In the UK at present, it is even more painful, a lingering state of prolonged mental torture, as their victim realizes that the system is utterly corrupt, police, CPS and judges all bought with the promise of a Gong, or a medal.
Fast forward to 2000 and looking to the future, if a citizen openly challenges the system, they will be arrested, their home ransacked, privileged legal documents stolen, for starters. They may also be framed and sent to the Gulag, or just assassinated very quietly. And this is not Communist China, Iran, or Russia. This is happening in Britain. Beginning with corruption in the planning system, that is not investigated, because local police are in bed with the perverse actions of the local authority - and effectively on the payroll from council taxes. Such as uncovered with Wealden District Council in 1997, then pushed through as a conspiracy to prevent those abuses of authority from being investigated.
there is no statute of limitations on conspiracies or fraud. Both very serious
Adolf Hitler - The mastermind of Nazi Germany
Appeals - What should be a right in any decent country
Blue (circular or sustainable) economic policies and efficient justice system
Control - Manipulating the justice system to obtain false convictions, to disarm activists
Criminal Cases Review Commission - Discriminatory practices, part of UK police state
Dame Cressida-Dick - Metropolitan police commissioner (resigned) over PartyGate
Death Camps - Hospitals that don't provide suitable healthcare, and extermination camps
Effective Remedy - A lack of in many European States
Failures - To remedy violations
Gestapo - Gas chamber remedy
Hitler - An example of how not to govern a State by disarming it's citizens - using Gestapo terror tactics - the world objecting
Honours System - Corrupt practices titles for sale, medals for corrupt police and honours for complicit judges
Institutionalised discrimination and corrupt practices
Justice - A rare commodity in kleptocratic States
King Charles III - The head of state, United Kingdom
Legal Aid - Reduction to the point where almost no defence can be mounted, with threats as to costs for asserting innocence
THE RUSSIAN ADOLF HITLER - The only way to stop some kleptocrats, is a bullet in the head. But that is illegal, and would be wrong. The only time it becomes legal, is during times of war, and even then only as part of a legitimate wartime operation. Not as part of a firing squad, imprisonment and torture. Etc. The free world cannot entertain such notions. Hence, will have to wait until Vladimir Putin oversteps the mark. Before wiping out Moscow, the Kremlin and any other threats - then handing Russia back to a freely elected administration. With a decent level of human rights protections. Let us hope we do not have to go nuclear to achieve peace between Russia and the free world. Or, little point in handing back radioactive land mass.
Nazi Germany - A state where the private citizen was in fear of their life, if they did not endorse the party line
Opps - Execution of innocent people
Prince Harry - Third in line to the British throne
Prince William - Next in line to the British throne
Prisons - Breeding grounds for human rights abuses, activist dumping grounds
Queen - The head of state to 2022, Elizabeth II
Rights - Abuses of human fundamental freedoms
Royal Family - The Firm, a dysfunctional British institution
Slavery - Financial and prostitution
Nations - International Court of Justice
Constitution - Is it time to replace the Monarchy with a more
The United Kingdom does not yet have a Written Constitution. Perhaps with the abolition of the monarchy and a decent set of rules by which successive governments and the courts may operate effectively, the country may be able to survive on a planet that is also in deep shit from climate change, pollution and falling agricultural output.
Incompatibility in Human Rights terms, is where one statute does not comply with HR statute. The European Convention does include Article 13, the right to an effective remedy.
and injustice is such a big thing, that the subject is included in the
Development Goals (SDGs). There is a United Nations Convention
Against Corruption. As per General Assembly resolution 58/4 of 31 October 2003.