A Road to Hell?

by michaelhodges3

Exeter, England, 15th April 2014, 4.15 pm

The last few days have been something of a rollercoaster.

I went to a cousin’s wedding on Friday, and reconnected with family and neighbours.  It was a good experience.

Over the last couple of days or so, I have come to think it likely that members of my family have been murdered on the orders of the Taseers, presumably to stop them talking to the authorities.  And possibly some other individuals have been murdered for the same reason.  And, to cover up what has happened, I think it likely that those murdered people have been replaced by actors.  There’s not much more I can say about this at the moment.

Another thing that my mind has been wrestling with is the possibility that a number of names and celebrities in the public arena are really Shehrbano Taseer in disguise.  The particular people I have been pondering are Lady Gaga, Cheryl Cole, Gabrielle Aplin, Shakira, Rihanna .and Meri Amber, all singers.  Plus several authors, a pornographer, a nudist writer and speaker and a politician.  Let me make it clear that I am not saying that Shehrbano is any of these people, but that I suspect this to be the case.  Needless to say, these suspicions have caused my sanity and assumptions about the world to rock unsteadily on their foundations.

The big thing that has been missing in all of these events is the rule of law.  Especially if it is the case that Shehrbano has gained one or more false identities by having the original ‘owner’ killed.

Rule of law is a must for any civilised country, and, increasingly, for international relations.  Any serious wrongdoing needs to be properly investigated and dealt with.  Regardless of who committed the deed, and regardless of who the victim is.  In this particular case, I believe that the Taseers have made a number of attempts to portray me as a paedophile.  My impression is that a large number of people have believed these allegations, and have seen them as grounds for no action being taken against the Taseers. 

There is something wrong with this way of thinking.  If someone is a paedophile, it absolutely should be looked into and dealt with by the police, not by a morally suspect group of Pakistanis.  Likewise, if there are grounds for thinking that rape and murder have, or are likely to, take place, the authorities absolutely must take this situation seriously.  It sends an unbelievably dangerous message if alleged murderers and rapists are allowed to roam free to carry on their activities, because the public and the state allow them to do so.

It is possible that some or all of my suspicions of the Taseers are incorrect.  If so, I apologise for my mistake.  If, however, my suspicions are correct, it means that this family are a blight upon the earth, and, so far, seem to be able to ride roughshod over the law with impunity, Pakistani-elite style. 

In a civilised country, there needs to be one law for all, a law which is applied methodically and objectively, without fear or favour.  Otherwise, we are all quite literally on a road to hell.