No country is perfect, but Britain is fast becoming as near perfect a nation as it is possible to be...... if you are a criminal, that is.
There is the case of one of the men convicted over the death of Baby P having his sentence reduced which could lead to his release in less than three years, while in another case a man who killed a burglar while defending his mother's home from two teenage thugs is being prosecuted for murder.
Mass immigration has led to an explosion in organised crime and even though the police have more men and resources than they've ever had they are so stretched to cope with the high level crime that immigration has brought - terrorism, prostitution, people trafficking, drugs, gambling - that they are unable to provide the personnel to tackle the sort of crime that most people have to put up with and which has now become so common place that we just shrug it off and don't even bother to report it. Or if we do, it is only to obtain a "crime number" which we can report to our insurance companies for a claim.
The majority of crimes are never solved. Don't let the official figures fool you - the police administrators are happy to join in the illusion that they are "solving" crimes by using various statistical tricks as reported by various professional police blogs - the reality is that the vast majority of crimes will not even be investigated, let alone solved. Even if the police do investigate the crime and catch the criminal, the chances are that it won't go to court.
And with the prisons filled to overflowing, the justice system is under pressure not to send criminals to prison - so even in the unlikely event that a criminal is caught, prosecuted and convicted they are more than likely going to walk free to re offend. And, contrary to popular myth, criminals who aren't in prison are far more likely to commit another crime than criminals banged up inside.
Britain has become a haven for the criminal and this is not likely to change as long as we continue with the progressive nonsense that has dominated politics for the last 50 years. It's no coincidence that the rise in crime has happened at the same time as we've followed the road of social liberalism.
When Britain embarked on this journey into progressive hell we were far from being a perfect nation - but we had achieved the best possible balance that could exist for the majority of people. The irony of this - the irony of leftism in general - is that the socialist attempt to create Utopian society has made things far worse than it was when they began. The more socially "liberal" we've become, the more authoritarian the government needs to be.
That isn't going to change until this progressive experiment is ended once and for all. Only then can we start to undo the huge damage wrought upon our nation by the left.