When will our soft-touch politicians introduce punishments which REALLY deter vicious crime ?

By Kevan

 

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18-year-old Majid Ali smashed 24-year-old Blythe Mason-Boyle over the head with a HAMMER while stealing her car, causing her partial BLINDNESS and a fractured eye socket.

He pleaded not guilty, even though the hammer was found hidden under his bed, and a Birmingham court jailed him for nine years. But he will undoubtedly be given early release on licence after serving half of his sentence. Time spent in a warm, safe cell with regular meals of his choosing, access to sports and entertainment and socialisation with fellow criminals. Rehabilitation will be a high priority in a weak attempt to ensure that he does not repeat his violence upon release.

It is not just judges who decide to adopt soft penalties; they operate according to sentencing guidelines and are aware that our prisons are full to overflowing. It is our POLITICIANS who set the guidelines and could change them, if persuaded by popular opinion.

Police said the prison sentence “helped to ensure he has time to reflect on his savage actions. ”The most effective deterrent against violent crime is to be scared stiff of the consequences – in certain knowledge that vicious crime will result in tit-for-tat punishment, in fact punishment should be between twice and ten times as painful for the culprit as that caused to the victim. Several years in a cushy cell will not adequately deter. A birching machine should be devised to administer calibrated degrees of severity, from mild severity for shop lifting to flesh-flaying severity for vicious attacks like that by Majid Ali. Re-conviction for further violence should result in punishment up to the point of execution. Such punishment could be both effective deterrent and inexpensive to administer, and produce a society which is safe from violent thugs.

3 thoughts on “When will our soft-touch politicians introduce punishments which REALLY deter vicious crime ?

  1. I concur completely Kevan, it is high time that criminal miscreants that administer such levels of senseless violence, should receive a dose of their own medicine, carried out at the behest of our Sovereign Lady.

    I would also take the view that in a case such as this, after corporal punishment & a lengthy custodial sentence has also subsequently been applied, this foreign menace should then be repatriated back to his country of origin or ancestral land.
    We have enough problems of our own without importing them from abroad.

    As you have already rightly pointed out though, do not hold your breath waiting for Johnston or Patel to act in an appropriate or sensible manner. Former BNP founder & leader John Tyndall summed their mindset up nicely, when writing about conservatism in his book ‘The Eleventh Hour’:

    “This is British Conservatism today – a tapid, pallid, Anaemic Political creed, led by people of the same discription”.

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