Michael Gove back on frontline as David Cameron’s justice secretary

Michael Gove back on frontline as David Cameron’s justice secretary

Street Democracy writes:
The frontline of our government shatters the illusion, the fiction we have a democracy when power ‘disgraced power’ struts into Westminster, without any mechanisms of democracy to gain access.
Eyes of ‘Tory blue’ ravenous and allured by scent of political empowerment, the finanical incentives it brings and plenty of extra ‘secret’ corporate hand shakes fill Westminster.
Our government is in fact filled with anti-democratic avenues of nameless and faceless legions of bueaucrats who run government based on financial manoeuvres.BmZEG9NIUAAh-LU
We have a democracy that serves the elites, the oligarchs the corporate masters and now the Tory unhinged, unshackled, free to excel concentrated wealth and power further.
Michael Gove is a weak leader, who hides behind policies that suppress society without using force.
Using the Tory language of ‘double speak’, confusion and political jargon while hiding behind a police state, ‘so there is nothing we can do about it’!
These are the ‘figures of fiends’ in power and we need to watch carefully.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.
new Monday 11th May 2015 at 09:06 By David Icke

‘Michael Gove is to be returned to a major government department as justice secretary in the wake of the Conservative general election victory.

In a second round of senior appointments since the election, the prime minister is reshuffling Gove, who has been his chief whip in charge of party discipline since July last year, to the Ministry of Justice, taking charge of prisons, sentencing and criminal justice.

Gove was removed as education secretary last year to head the whips’ office, reportedly at the behest of the party’s general election strategist Lynton Crosby, who feared that the former journalist’s “toxic image” could be a vote loser. At the time Gove’s wife, the journalist Sarah Vine, made her feelings clear about the cabinet minister’s move out of the limelight by tweeting a link to a Daily Mail article that the newspaper headlined “A shabby day’s work which Cameron will live to regret”.’

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This Kind of Justice, eh Mr Gove?: July 2014 – Home Office ‘child abuse cover-up’: Michael Gove rules out public inquiry into claims of paedophile politicians at Westminster

‘The Education Secretary has insisted that there should not be a public inquiry into a possible cover-up of paedophile politicians in Westminster, after it emerged that more than 100 Home Office files related to historic allegations of child abuse have gone “missing”.

Lord Tebbit, who served in the Cabinet under Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s, said today that there “may well have been” a political cover-up in order to “protect the establishment” of the time.

The files, which related to a 20-year period between 1979 and 1999, were flagged up as part of an internal Home Office review into a dossier, prepared by Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens, alleging paedophile activity at Westminster in the 1980s.’

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