Paul Lismore

"There is no crueller tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice " Charles de Montesquieu

Vendredi 29 Juin 2018

Au nom de la liberté d'expression, Zinfo Moris accueille Paul Lismore, un de nos meilleurs lanceurs d'alerte à Maurice qui nous livre son regard sur l'actualité.


"There is no crueller tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice " Charles de Montesquieu
2 cases out of so many 

1/Complainant : Missier gablou, guet ki li p dire lor moi! Diffamation criminel sa! Bizin poursuiv li!
Missier Gablou, after receiving orders depi la o : Pa pran traka. So dal pa pou cuit ar nou!
"Li" attends the police station and after a 'no comment' 'interview' lasting 45 minutes: "You are provisionally charged with sipaki. A nou al la cour!"

At Court :
The magistrate with all the pompousness and arrogance that seems to come so naturally to many of our zavokas, ziz, mazistras, listens to the obscenity known as the provisional charge, and probably in some pidgin English with loads of zis, zat, zoz (the last one always offends my friend George who gets annoyed when he thinks people are calling him...), announces with the mandatory pomposity and arrogance : " You can be released on bail provided you pay Rs 600 court fees and reconnaissance de dettes of Rs 10,000." 

You see, our lovely, gorgeous magistrates, zavokas, judges have never heard of release on unconditional bail until the next hearing. Oh no! Just releasing someone unconditionally might scratch the veneer of wisdom and authority that these smug individuals think they have in spades. So, it does not matter what the stupid provisional charge is, it does not matter if you farted too loudly, or li ti guet moi avek lizier traver, or mo pa kontan so maniere, so facon li koz ar moi, or li dire moi ki Ramgoolam mari Jugnauth kan mo koner ki Jugnauth ki mari Ramgoolam, or ou le koir li fouy so nene kan mo ti kot li et li tire ene gro kk nene ki li met dan so moussoir, etc. If you are provisionally charged with anything, however trivial the charge might be, our learned, wonderful magistrates will always charge you money in order for you to regain your freedom.

And they will insist to you that it is justice, that we live in an état de droit...

The procedure for the above case applies only to people whose tongues are not stuck up the arses of our disgusting politicians, or who do not have someone who will call the Marionette ( or his junior puppets) and tell him either " Nou dimoune sa! Ene bon piti sa do, laisse li" or " Kraz so graines, LKSM la! Pa nou bann sa! "

And in this case, there is no chance of the case going to the DPP before any charges, if any, are formulated in months, if not years. This one is what is known as cuit vider en place, pena zes.

2/ Case number 2, but there are too many cases of this particular, highly corrupt nature where nou bann find themselves in our police stations.

The whole nation, in fact the rest of the world too, witnessed a clearly illegal manifestation in our capital city doing its extremist best to disrupt and destroy a perfectly legal march...and surrounded by the flags of death of terrorist organisations, and pancartes displaying nothing but venom and hatred in public. 

Bearded wanker at Casernes:

Koumayer, missier gablou? tou korek? mo pran zis ene di sik dan mo di the, mo lor rezim la, parski mo bizin met mirroir en ba pou mo truv mo graines sitan mo vant gro.

Missier Gablou: Pena problem. Baja so so oussi avek so satini? Missier Bulbul, pa truv ou vine visit sa ban marsan la drog la tro souvan aster. Zot bien mank ou!

Missier Bulbul: oui, ene 2 gato piman oussi et samosas dan sa la boutik dan coin la extra bon.

Missier Gablou, trying to impress Bulbul and the wanker: " Zis will be my plezir. I get zoz. Two secondes."

"Interview" starts and after 5 minutes, " Ayo, nou viv dan ene etat de droit, b alor DPP ki bizin decide sa. Pa ena oken rezon pou provisional charge la. Mo client ene mari bon dimoune et tro misunderstood par ban islamophobes! Li envi tou dimoune viv en paix tan ki zot tou mizilman, b kot problem ladan?", chirps the Bulbul.

Missier Gablou: Ou ena full rezon! Dayer, ban la o in fini dire moi ki zot in gagne boukou calls lor sa.
 Alor, missier bearded wanker, nou bien sorry ki nou in deranz ou et ban lezot peace loving brothers ki bizin vine Casernes. Exkiz nou. Ene sans Bulbul la pou montrer nou simin droite, simin la zistice"
That, my friends, is the reality of our justice system. Old, decrepit, with one benevolent eye on nou bann whether they are wannabe terrorists or your run of the mill arse licker of all religions, and a vindictive, nasty eye on the rest of us. And staffed by the worst hypocrites on earth, who will talk about etat de droit all day long whilst simultaneously doing everything to corrupt the system.

For those who have been on Planet Mars, the above cases refer to what happened to the syndikalis Atma Shanto yesterday and the attitude of our forces of 'law and order' towards the corrupt and the psychopaths on the island.

Rédigé par Paul Lismore le Vendredi 29 Juin 2018

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