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Sunday, 13 October 2013

"Paedophile Protector Phil Rondel Worried About Setting A Bad Example!!!" WTF?

Politician urges members to turn down pay rise


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Shamed paedophile protector - St John Constable Phil Rondel


A Jersey politician is urging fellow States members to turn down a proposed £600 pay rise.

St John Constable Phil Rondel says when more than 2,000 people are unemployed the States would be setting a bad example if they take the extra cash.


He's calculated if all States member turndown the increase it'll save taxpayers more than £30,000 next year.


In the past politicians used to set their own increases but many felt uncomfortable about that so an independent review board was set up.


This year they are suggesting a £600 increase meaning members can claim almost £43,000 - and a further £4,000 in expenses.


The constable of St John says if members take the cash it's setting a bad example...


It was a similar story last year. On that occassion lots of members went on the record saying they wouldn't take the rise and that they would be donating the money to charity. 


This time round there seem to be fewer voices of decension. 


Perhaps, like many workers States members feel a two year freeze is just too much.





15 comments:

  1. ian rondel should hang

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    1. Martin, clearly the man is not ashamed enough of his actions, other than running out of the States Chamber when Deputy Trevor Pitman began ripping into Jersey for protecting paedophiles. However, even I think hanging is a little extreme mate, there again, I can understand perfectly well your feeling on this issue. Would it not be better to try and run him out of town? :)

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  2. Disgusting creature.

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  3. ian shona has helped me alot over the last few years and shona and trevor are doing a great job in the states,but the thing that is bailhache want,s them out.so what is the answer im sorry i said war was the answer but by the time all the talking is done i will be dead as will most of the victim,s so where,s will the justice come from? i see it as an eye for an eye my be im wrong were do we go from here?keep up the good work ian

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    1. The answer has always been the same answer Martin, and the only answer that the whole of history has proved works is "Peaceful None Compliance".

      "We" stop doing what "They" want and "They" are screwed, not us. We need to get the community to unite in numbers, it's as simple as that mate.

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  4. ian not so simple any more even in this age of internet how to you get the community to unite.?

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    1. If we can't manage it ourselves Martin, they will do it for us.

      They are very close to making the poor as poor as they can, after that they will go to work on the middle class, the middle class being by far the biggest swath of the population. That is the time that the vast majority of people will finally realise that they are not immune to governmental control.

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    2. Seems the American people aren't afraid of their tyrannical government, what's Jersey's excuse?

      http://benswann.com/vets-tear-down-memorial-barricades-drop-them-in-front-of-white-house/

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    3. Hi Ian, I understand your sentiment, however, the incident in that link was inaccurately described for the blogger's own political reasons. The President did not and cannot order the closure of the Veteran's site. The National Park employees secured sites against vandalism when given a paid half-day to barricade them under the available official guidelines of the entire Federal Government shutdown. These sites are subject to constant, ongoing vandalism during the best of times, mostly petty, sometimes political. The employees who take care of memorials are just hardworking people not currently getting a paycheck. In some states, the State government picked up the tab to guard against vandalism to National Monuments locally or even to re-open National Parks, like they did with the Grand Canyon. Washington DC has no ability to do so under the law, and a great many monuments are always considered at risk of daily vandalism. The object of the blogger in the link seems to be to mischaracterize who and what are responsible for the whole shutdown.

      Only pointed this out because the ordinary working people who placed these protective barricades took blame for just doing their best in a bad situation to protect monuments which belong to everyone.

      Not to distract from your blog topic, which is an important one! :)

      Elle

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  5. Haha! There is no way this "smell" law is gonna fly, Ian. It is probably unconstitutional as proposed, since nothing presently prohibits an adult from drinking alcohol where someone peeking into his yard can small or see it.

    On a more practical level, the money now involved in the cultivation and market control of legal marijuana is so great that other states are expected to copy the laws that Colorado is "hashing" out at this time.

    California made a mess of its new pot laws and Colorado had the time to learn from that before voting for full legalization. I'll track down an informative, but funny, link on this and post it.

    I must say, I never thought I'd live to see the day when anyone could walk to a dozen or more places and legally choose between bags of brand name marijuana and Maui-Wowee mocha milkshakes, cupcakes or brownies in a bakery-type setting. I voted for this legalization. I just hope it does not make Americans even fatter. It will be easy to see within a short time. Colorado holds the distinction of being the thinnest state of the 50, though it's not like we are even thin.

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  6. Ian, is it legal in Jersey to publish these links? Read 1st!
    http://www.businessinsider.com/how-denver-relief-grows-marijuana-2013-8 http://www.businessinsider.com/the-great-marijuana-crash-of-2011-2013-9

    Elle

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    1. I couldn't care less what is "legal" in Jersey Elle, only what is "lawful"....

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    2. DUDE!!!

      Very nifty links :)

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