Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Prohibition of Deception Bill

Intro Elected Representatives (Prohibition of Deception) Bill v2

Hat Tip - the Ministry of Truth

My main aim in standing as an Independent under the Jury Team banner is to begin the process of really unearthing the dirt at Westminster. I believe that the party system itself contributes significantly to corrupt and anti-Democratic practices. The above Bill attracted the support of some thirty MPs, proving that for every decent MP there are twenty self-serving crooks. How can any MP object to being held accountable, to facing punishment if found to have knowingly lied?

This is a Bill that I hope to see enacted. The next election will see a new broom sweep into Westminster, let's see them promise us this Bill.

Forget writing to your MP. With half of them standing down or not being re-selected because they can't stand the strain of being honest, they're a waste of time. Instead, look to see who your candidates are in your area and write to them. Ask them if they'll support this Bill if elected. If they refuse or (more likely) ignore you, you'll have your answer.

Vote for a candidate who will criminalise lying MPs.

2 comments:

  1. Well done Alan, I would support this bill and sign. I am a candidate for next MP for Aberavon, South Wales, United Kingdom.

    John Powell
    The New Party.

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  2. If politicians can't lie, then we open ourselves up to our enemies.

    Surely we need a better system for selecting people of courage and intelligence who know when it is in the interests of the nation to lie.

    How would a politician answer the question "will we win the war?" if they believed it was a just conflict but personally believed we would lose?

    Bit of fun: http://www.economicvoice.com/speakers-post.php?post=274

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