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akenaton BS: Post Brexit life in the UK (6498* d) RE: BS: Post Brexit life in the UK 05 Nov 17


Stu, you are too short sighted. I have always seen capitalism for what it is and studied it's "evolution".

To me Donal-John serves a useful purpose in opposing the establishment cartels of Party politicians and a corrupt media, he removes the blindfolds which in turn causes people to examine the political system, to think and question.
Circumstances alter cases and the much vaunted personal freedoms of the last few decades have thrown up many more problems than they have solved. Our abdication of personal responsibility ....for anything, has produced a society in meltdown.
The latest example is the sexual harassment furore, politicians have panicked and are demanding new legal codes for parliament and the workplace, the unforeseen problems being that when these "anti harassment" codes come into practice they will be used by the whole of society.....responsibility for sexual safety will be placed in the hands of an overworked and understaffed police force.....with nightmarish results for society.

People must be taught the value of personal responsibility, serious matters like rape or sexual assault should be taken immediately to the police, but normal sexual banter should be dealt with by those concerned.....some may enjoy it, some may be offended and can take it to a higher authority, but taking away responsibility and placing the burden on the police force amounts to a further weakening of society.




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