What’s the score there?
- Firstly, no charter of rights
- Therefore no safeguards in process for anyone, especially the peasantry
- Most working ‘republics’ adopt non-adversarial justice processes that don’t beggar either litigants or respondents - http://www.law.berkeley.edu/library/robbins/CommonLawCivilLawTraditions.html
- And if the ‘masters’ (or such as believe themselves to be the ‘masters’) refuse that – then they will inevitably be ‘hoist on their own petard’
A galaxy more of fine points could be raised.
Except that ain’t the bloody point.
These bludgers are up to their games again.
One thing IS for sure – that very few in this apathetic continuum would ever bother to lift their digit and demand a say.
And if they did – then they’d either be shouted down or just plain be denied their say.
At this stage in proceedings the likelihood is that Abbott will scrape a ‘government’ together after the next raffle.
Following that, testosterone driven, his faction will go completely off their trolley.
It would be nice to be able to believe that some of those edging to the centre-right of politics might temper the resultant excesses – by pulling their own counter-coup.
But that won’t happen until thousands more of us are living feral – under bridges and in parks.
It really is going to be interesting next year.
Those right wing raffle winners are definitely going to go haywire with their returned power.
Any poor bastard with zero connections in the city might as well just go and top themselves now.
At least that way – their rotten vote (what with them being deceased) might go to Abbott and his team.