Now This Really is Priceless

‘But roughly from the end of the Victorian age until the Second World War, we based our policing and justice and prisons on the belief that people should be and were free in almost all aspects of life, but if they broke known laws they would be treated with some harshness, and deliberately punished, through loss of liberty and honour, compulsory hard work, separation from the world outside, deprivation of pleasures, austere living conditions etc.’

Now, don’t laugh, this could be true.  On whichever planet Mr. Hitchens (Future PM and Leader of the Free World) happens to be posting from.

The death rattle of a thoroughly discredited generation.


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