Friday, November 22, 2002

Bills, Bills and more Bills NSW Parliament deep in debt

NSW Parliament is unjustifiable creating intellectual debt, Academics, politicians, judges, lawyers and volunteers.

All because of the Bills they, NSW Elected Parliament draft. Instead of creating laws that work. Laws with morals, principals values and ethics a politician will reach out for the dead wood.

Instead of saying my name is Bob Carr - and I would like to be strip searched before I go to watch a movie tonight - and can you please do it in front of a crowd so I can be embarrassed.

Bob says you're not equal to me and those laws do not affect me - so bring them in for the sake of my political career.

The same as poring water down the drain?

Well if you put together all the academic skills. Come up with a Bill, one Bill of Rights and all the rest of the Bills necessary to change the law - in line with the principals, (The Bill of Rights sets out) then we have turned the tap off. We are not wasting water!

Academic skills being focused on real issues and not political grand standing to help politicians get elected or help politicians to seize more power or prestige.

Most people are likely to be corrupted because of power or prestige.

Why make radical Bills when you can get advice. Why close you ears to that advice when the feedback is negative.

Think of the ideas that Academic skills could create if people were pleased to work on something constructive instead of using their skills defensively because of an encroachment over (the line drawn in the sand) of their freedoms.

Civil and democratic rights will be upheld or they will win in the end so why bugger them up now. Why draconian laws? Why the debate? Why go to the High Court to solve it when common sense could see it. And common law seen it before. Why wast resources re inventing the wheel.

We cannot afford police not being aware of lawbreakers so don't take them off the job by diverting them for political gain.

Laws that will be respected and upheld. Laws that encourage respect and do not divide the community. More ideas about saving water and more ideas about saving intellectual energy.

By Gregory Kable Nov 22 2002

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