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Freedom of speech

Comment 1st July 2010

Eliminate repressive legislation thereby allowing people to use their language, express their opinions, make legitimate protest and comment within our long established traditional bounds of common law.

Why does this matter?

Crack a joke, make an innocent remark, pass a justifiable comment, express a religious opinion and you can find yourself being dragged through a court or tribunal. There you will most likely be publicly berated and humiliated by the very people who were once there to protect your interests.

This can come about as a result of a whim or someone who simply enjoys 'cracking the whip' courtesy of the past government, all thanks to repressive laws that were both vindictive and personalised.

Like the soviets of old you can still be punished for not conforming to Socialist Party ideology. Ironically it has been one part of NuLab's government that has been the most efficient for as planned people have become afraid to speak or argue any case for fear of being hauled before the courts with it,s subsequent results for all of the family. 

The pernicious influences of labour's socialist policies have spread like a disease through the land and have served to create intense and dangerous resentment throughout the whole of the white indigenous population.

Many politicians like to think they know what goes on at 'grass roots' level but they do not. Out in the countryside where the real people live there is much disquiet but it is 'in house'

People instinctively feel and know that they have become a downtrodden minority in their own country; that is a very unhealthy state of affairs and needs to be remedied sooner than later.

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