In response to Kathy Gyngell: Justice closes its eyes to BBC bias,
The swamp is very deep – and as we have witnessed time and time again, it has penetrated pretty much every edifice of our ‘justice’ system to the point that it is no longer fit for purpose and may as well abandon any pretence of impartiality. I suspect that Keighley lost his application because in effect both our ‘justice’ system and the BBC in a strange way reflect each other: both pride themselves on their ‘impartiality’ when the opposite is true.
The law in both its civil and criminal application has been applied with an utter determination to enforce the woke/pro-globalist agenda at every step of the way.
We saw it with the disgraceful way TR was treated (my understanding is that no regular UK journalist has ever been imprisoned for far worse transgressions than TR ever undertook). We have seen it with the way the appeal system has been manipulated to prevent deportations. We have seen it in the legal foot-dragging to deal with ‘grooming’ crimes. We have seen it with the preoccupation of the police and justice system to deal with ‘right-wing extremists’ yet we all here know where the real threats to our peace and way of life comes from. We have seen police forces seemingly having plenty of time to deal with the mostly nebulous ‘hate’ crime, yet if your house is burgled no one is interested. We saw it in the constant pro EU bias of the ‘Supreme’ Court.
These are are a few examples. I am sure you can name many more.
Whilst it may seem that I have deliberately conflated policing with the more legal side of the law, whether we like it or not the two are inextricably linked, each feeding off and influencing each other and both stuffed full of cultural Marxist placemen.
Mrs ‘Justice’ Lang and Lady Hale, your silly hats and fancy dress costumes fool nobody. You represent the tip of a rotten and disgusting ‘fatberg’ full of corruption which is blocking our sewers and prevents anything unwholesome from being dealt with and flushed away. Whilst you and people like you are still in post, the judiciary in this country will be increasingly viewed with utter contempt.
It is time you were flushed away too. If I was Cummings, I would be asking for a Karcher in this year’s Christmas stocking rather than just a broom.