Foreign Office minister Mark Field was rightly suspended on Friday after his hostile assault on a female demonstrator, but if the Tory MP had any decency he would have quit immediately, and it speaks volumes about Jeremy Hunt, one of the contenders for the leadership, that he declined to denounce Mark Field’s actions, and it tells you even more about Boris Johnson that he declined to discuss it at all.
The picture of Mark Field in a dinner jacket seizing a woman by the throat could be a metaphor for all that is evil with this overbearing Government.
It’s the feeling of entitlement, disdain for those outside their gilded circle and contempt for those who try to protest, and the removing of Tory MP and expenses cheat Chris Davies only adds to the stink of corruption encompassing this Government, and with each day that’s passing the Conservatives are demonstrating they’re no longer qualified to govern.
It’s odd how the Tories will support any right-wing gathering or subversive, boldly taking to the streets against a foreign left of centre government, but any nonviolent demonstrators here are only fit to be beaten, punched, wrestled, imprisoned and generally abused.
Even being consistently on the wrong side of history doesn’t hinder their sense of entitlement whilst they destroy thousands, and torture tens of thousands, and exile hundreds of thousands.
Welcome to the safe haven in Chequers General where they perhaps are the biggest abusers of poverty, and then they go to Chequers for their New Year festivities, and don’t forget, the Queen will then give them an OBE or even a knighthood, after all, if Jimmy Savile could get one, it appears that anyone is now qualified.
The female demonstrator may not have been an invited guest, and she could have been carrying anything from a gun, knife or corrosive liquid on her person, but isn’t that what they have security for? Has Mark Field suddenly become the security services for the government?
The MP might have atoned for confronting Janet Barker, but he hardly marched her away, he grabbed her by the neck, and although he’s been suspended as Foreign Office minister, this is a genuinely disturbing situation, because she could have simply been escorted out peacefully, but instead, this mad man lost his temper and grabbed her by the neck.
A Tory monster with no moral compass, and like most MPs, they think it’s okay to get stinking drunk and grab this woman from the back of the neck.
This man was a government minister with responsibilities, and it’s really not appropriate, even though the woman he attacked said he had an anger issue, but it goes way deeper than that. Clearly, he’s extremely superior against women, and it’s getting more noticeable how these Tory beasts are being exposed more and more as the modern world closes in around them.
Janet Barker informed the BBC the purpose of the demonstration had been to talk to men who are in power, the bankers, the investors that are continuing to invest in fossil fuels.
They were there to deliver a polite message, but the MP unquestionably mistreated her in a way that was extremely disagreeable, yet Janet Barker doesn’t think that his actions amounted to criminal assault and that she didn’t want it turned into a mud-slinging competition, and she would rather that he speculated on what he did and not do it again, and maybe go to anger management classes.
Apparently, Mark Field said that he felt threatened and that he intuitively reacted when Janet Barker hurried past.
Wow, a man that feels intimidated by a woman, he must have been horribly threatened by Theresa May!
Evidently, there was no security present, which I find difficult to believe, and that for a split second, he was genuinely concerned that she might be armed. Yes, armed with a mouthpiece to exploit the true dealings of what government is really all about.
It was stated that Mark Field presumably placed his hand on Janet Barker’s neck because if he had touched her anywhere else it would have been considered extremely improper, but it was extremely inappropriate that he touched her at all.
Clearly, security had been breached, and there should be an inquiry on how it was breached, and now Theresa May should invite the Climate change protesters to No. 10 to put forward what they would like to happen.