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BIN THE SIN BINS…

By ATWadmin On November 5th, 2006

Wonder what you make of the suggestion by the Government’s "Respect Czar" Louise Casey that people who repeatedly flout anti-social behaviour laws should be housed in "sin bins"? Casey, who heads the Respect taskforce, wants to extend family intervention projects to single people who have extremely "chaotic" lifestyles. In an interview with The Independent on Sunday, Ms Casey said that she believed that the expensive boarding-school style regimes were the answer to breaking the cycle of antisocial behaviour.

Pathetic. More liberal doodling.

We already have a place where law-breakers should go – it’s called P-R-I-S-O-N!

Maybe if Government stopped wasting taxpayers money employing the likes of Ms Casey – and started building more prisons with tougher regimes for the housemates- we might actually make some progress.

2 Responses to “BIN THE SIN BINS…”

  1. This is the same big-mouthed woman who was mouthing off at random about ASBO’s on the box a while back, who spoke out in favour of A.S.B.O.’s for political protesters, amongst others, because they, and I think I quote from memory, "They (the protesters) cause distress and annoyance, and they must be stopped!" What about the distress and annoyance to Democracy, and due process, or precedent, or any other of the myriad terms with which we are supposed to be protected under Common Law?

    She was previously recorded as being off-message to a large degree, with her comments such as “ "I suppose you can’t binge drink anymore because lots of people have said you can’t do it. I don’t know who bloody made that up, it’s nonsense!" and “ Downing Street is obsessed with conducting extensive research before formulating policy” these last comments made during a drunken ramble at a lunch attended by members of the legal profession as well as civil servants!

    She is described as ‘shooting from the hip!’ Well, I would think that shooting is too good for her!
    This woman, as I stated earlier, is responsible for encouraging the use of anti-social behaviour orders by police and local authorities clamping down on loutish behaviour; and I might suggest that someone slap one of her favourite A.S.B. Orders on her, just to keep her big mouth closed until she gets either the sack, which she deserves, or the promotion, which is more likely, as she is reported to be “High in favour with Tony!”

  2. Antisocial behaviour? It must be blindingly obvious to all but the most witless wet that this accelerated to a frightening degree as soon as corporal punishment in schools was abolished.

    My question: If attempts were made to re-introduce it in the UK, could we be vetoed by Brussels? Or could the Declaration of Human Rights be invoked?