Man punches another man – people sign petition in support of man who was punched. Oh no wait a minute…

A man with a history of drink driving offences starts a petition for another man who, in a fit of temper, punched someone at work sending them to A&E. Hundreds of thousands enthusiastically sign the petition. Have I missed something?

Apparently Jeremy Clarkson punched someone at work.

Paul Staines (aka Guido Fawkes) – extreme right wing blogger and  a man with a history of repeat drink driving [*] offences starts a petition in support, not of the man who was hit, but in support of Jeremy Clarkson.

Our Prime Minister, David Cameron, who refuses to discuss real issues, rushes to appear on TV, not to support the man who was hit, but to support Jeremy Clarkson – doesn’t even bother to mention the person who was punched.

The establishment of this country takes us for fools.  (and make no mistake, Jeremy Clarkson and Paul Staines are the establishment, even though they desperately pretend otherwise).

 

 

[*] In 2002, Paul Staines was banned from driving for 12 months for driving under the influence.

[*] In 2008, Paul Staines was again convicted of driving under the influence, his fourth alcohol-related offence and second drink-driving incident since he was banned from driving in 2002. He was also driving without insurance and narrowly escaped jail.

 

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  1. Yes I am outraged and so should everyone else be. The victim in this case has all but been forgotten. Do those who have supported the perpetrator and signed a petition calling for his reinstatement believe that if the shoe had been on the other foot and any one of them had assaulted the celebrity,that they wouldn’t have immediately lost their job or been prosecuted in the courts? If they think that,then they are sadly deluded!
    The BBC should take note that it can no longer subscribe to the notion that there can be one set of laws for one section of the population and a different set for those who think they are superior to the rest of us.

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