Tuesday, January 17, 2012

In losing its Common Law, England has lost its Common Sense

The hearing, before the abomination which is known as the "Supreme Court", in England, scheduled for today, on the question of a legally set retirement age, highlights another area of severe damage inflicted upon the country by the obscene, malfunctioning and hopefully soon to be abandoned European Union, by its treacherous supporters buried deep and furtively within the nation's body politic.

Read some background from the FT here (£) with broadcast reports no doubt widely spread and normally ill-informed elsewhere.

Common sense does not function with a Constitutional legal system which defines what is legal. Under Common Law everything is legal bar what is specifically prohibited; that is why  the European Human Rights stipulations, with which we are now so stuck, the common sense English should normally not need.

But are there now enough of us left even to grasp this point?

Rights, some of which jar so violently with our history, too often, as in this case, become themselves great infringements on the past reasonable and agreed civilised interactions between individuals!

Many over sixty five worked on to the delight and benefit of their employers in the past, obviously perfectly voluntarily. Now thousands must retire before they might wish through covert systems designed to apply old limits and employers are compelled to employ worthless timewasters until they are on the verge of death.

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