'Today, the Surbiton Evening Telegraph has discovered that a group of paedophiles who had occupied a house in Hampton Court Way, and were driven out by the locals, are set to make a return. In spite of repeated promises made to the locals the landlord, Mr Arbuthnot Jessopcake, had come to a secret arrangement with the child molesters whereby they could return if they promised to pay additional rent and make any contributions towards damage inflicted by angry residents. One of the paedophiles, Arnold Plasticmac, said he was looking forward to returning to number 54. 'We've missed the comfort of our living room', he said. 'Me and the boys would chat for hours about the children we molested. Oh, they were such happy times.'
When confronted by neighbours, some of whom had know the victims of these men, Jessopcake was unapologetic: 'The men have been punished for what they did. Every person is entitled to a home he or she can call his own.' Local residents are now seeking to appeal to the Tenants' Ombudsman.'
In reality there is no Surbiton Evening Telegraph. There are, thankfully , no true characters in the above piece. I am simply trying to illustrate how evil and despicable people are indulged by those who think they are abiding by a certain moral code, but who actually do not give a toss about the lives of people affected by the actions of those same evil people. For Arbuthnot Jessopcake read Peter Hain. After explicitly promising that IRA terrorists on the run would not be facilitated with an amnesty, he is currently ameliorating certain individuals in the United States with suggestions that the issue will need to be resolved.
Come to think of it, Hain is worse than the fictional Jessopcake. Whereas the latter is driven by a misguided conscience into thinking he is doing right, Hain is acutely aware that thousands of victims and their loved ones across Ulster will recoil with repulsion at the prospect of IRA terrorists returning to the Province without having to answer for their crimes - but doesn't give a damn. And if you think the flippant mention of child abuse is abhorrent (which it is), I am doing nothing other than putting into context the sort of evil deeds these real-life scumbags would be chatting and laughing about if, as Hain and 'Dave' Cameron want, they transmogrify into an 'old boys association'.
One of the terrorists wishing to avail of Hain's comfort blanket was responsible for the murder of 11 innocent people, including a parent of one of the regular contributors to ATW. Imagine how that person feels, knowing in all probability that a germ like Caulfield will live a life of certain ease compared to the pain of those who continue to suffer as a consequence of his actions. Does Hain care? Does he hell!! Unless you're 'politically green' or 'epidermalogically black', you've got zero chance of ever currying Hain's sympathy.