Donald Quirie
Donald Quirie

Even more disgusting than the filth in question is the presence of posts defending HIS right to express HIS Nazi views....todays game is "spot the Tory bloggers" ....

Francoise Welch
Francoise Welch

This man might be free to express his opinion in private with his "hateful" friends, but as a public figure he should know better than to promote hate and discrimination in public. He should resign: apologies are not enough !!!

Greg Richards
Greg Richards

Copied and sent the same letter to the Chief Constable. This guy should be locked up and he key thrown away.
What sick minds could dream what this man dreamt up?

Greg R

Ian Townson
Ian Townson

I agree with Sarah Balfour's comment. No-one should be criminalised for expressing an opinion however vile and disgusting. His depraved attitude towards disabled people on the grounds of cost or indeed any other grounds (assuming he really meant what he said and he has apologised) is one that can be countered by vigorously defending the rights of disabled people to a decent life and a standard of living that equals that of others.

Mark Sangan
Mark Sangan

Sadly it`s doubtful that the police will act, but reporting him to the police will help ramp up the pressure to get him to resign.

Sarah Balfour
Sarah Balfour

Mike

As abhorrent and depraved as his comments may be, he's not actually committed a crime - expressing an option - however vile - isn't a criminal offence, any more than my calling the Tories "evil, lying, fascist, sadistic, Nazi scum" is a criminal offence. They might perceive it as hateful (but, then, the truth often hurts...).

If, however, Brewer was to approach a disabled child in the street and say what he's said to their mother, then THAT would be covered by anti-defamatory...

Mike

As abhorrent and depraved as his comments may be, he's not actually committed a crime - expressing an option - however vile - isn't a criminal offence, any more than my calling the Tories "evil, lying, fascist, sadistic, Nazi scum" is a criminal offence. They might perceive it as hateful (but, then, the truth often hurts...).

If, however, Brewer was to approach a disabled child in the street and say what he's said to their mother, then THAT would be covered by anti-defamatory legislation (I forget the proper title of the act now). Same if he was to say it to an audience in which disabled kids were present.

Do you understand the difference...? He's expressed his opinion, he's NOT said it directly to anyone - THAT'S the difference.

I was going to say you can't be arrested for expressing an opinion - yet...

Margaret Groves
Margaret Groves

I wouldn't even put down a deformed animal - if it any possible chance of a reasonbable life.

My suggestion - people with this attitude should be put down!

Alan Young
Alan Young

This guy needs shot ? If not give me five minutes with this asrehole

Julia Meager
Julia Meager

This person is sick and he is the one that needs to be put down, what a hateful and hurtful person and he is on the Council!!!!!!

Kirsty Martin
Kirsty Martin

He should get put down,wee all agree eh after that

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