The comment and quotation, Arnie, is meant to show that \"law\" is not in the hands of the proletariat. It is usually the plaything of the ruling classes.
We are all conditioned to believe that theft is a crime but drinking cheap coffee is one of the benefits of wholesome capitalism. Who cares about the death of a few malnourished coffee pickers children?
Re: previous message
'proletraiat' from the latin 'proletarius'meaning a citizen of sixth and lowest class who served the state and owned no property.
Anyway,should we have a revolution???
I met a man couple of days ago who told me what happened to him a few weeks ago. He was caught on CCTV going down an alleyway and then returning from the same place a couple of minutes later. On his own so obviously nothing badly untoward going on. Four police cars turned up with sirens on. They said 'give us £80, You relieved yourself down that alley'. He said 'it wasn't me'. A policeman got a bag and swabs and said 'he would be arrested, DNA taken etc'. He paid the fine.