ITMA -It’s The Muppet Again!


Here we go again!

…Macron unveiled Tuesday a series of overhauls to the justice system aimed at finding alternatives to jail, a bid to tackle chronic overcrowding at the country’s prisons.

https://www.thelocal.fr/20180307/macron-unveils-justice-revamp-to-find-alternatives-to-jail

I thought Macron had talked about democratic input into decision-making?

This is why we are going to launch democratic conventions in the next few months in France and in other willing countries in order to ensure that our citizens are more involved… Speech by President Emmanuel Macron 

He was talking then, it’s true, of ‘the debate on the future of Europe,’ but if ordinary Frenchmen and Frenchwomen are entitled to debate ‘Europe…’

…then self-evidently they are fit to debate a non-party-political issue like capital punishment (and immigration, I hear you say!)

If there had been any substance rather than froth to that stuff about ‘democratic involvement,’ then he could have held a referendum on the guillotine.

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Bringing back the death penalty for treason and re-trying all the terrorist prisoners …

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( I believe there are a large contingent of jihadists behind bars in France Prison in France: Terrorism and Islamism – Gatestone Institute  – well worth reading in full)

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…on treason charges, which would be fair enough, would both be unimpeachably just AND free up plenty of cells and ease the over-crowding which has caused an outcry from the prison officers.

As the report reminds us, the January protests by guards erupted after a convicted Al-Qaeda extremist attacked guards in a high-security facility in the north of the country with a razor blade and scissors, injuring three of them.

Obviously the Al Qaeda pig ( not born a Muslim but in fact a German apostate!) should have been put to death when first convicted, and certainly after its attack on the guards.

But Macron is a puppet, who will never break from the supranational strings, nor even try to…

…so no chance any such democratic solution to the problems in prisons is likely.

It does make you think, however, when you carry on reading that Leftal article, and see that not only does Le Muppet want convicts to keep the right to vote even they are imprisoned…

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…but that he can’t even understand the fairly crystal clear arguments for depriving them of the vote.

“They have tried to explain to me why prisoners did not have the right to vote, but I still don’t understand,” Macron said.