Sweet Baby Jeebus! I was just looking at the list of Express columnists, and I see they have the Lidl Littlejohn Nick Ferrari (as well as, shudder, Neil Hamilton) in their ranks.
Here's Ferrari's latest, which goes all out to out cunt Littlejohn:
HARD TRUTH ABOUT THE RIOT WIMPS' SOFT OPTION
IT was never going to take long but the breathtaking speed with which the liberal do-gooders have sought to take control of the post-riots law and order debate would put Usain Bolt to shame.
Indeed if we could introduce a Nutters Taking Over The Asylum 100 Metres for London 2012, gold would be assured.
Fires from the riots earlier this month have scarcely died down, glaziers are still working around the clock and many buildings and lives remain ransacked and ruined but the dreary parade of apologists and police-bashers are gathering like looters heading to the high street.
At the height of the riots, Scotland Yard's emergency response to the unprecedented levels of civil unrest, code-named Operation Withern, was circulated to senior officers.
It revealed plans to hold all people arrested on riot-related offences in custody and also wanted to recommend that the courts refuse bail after they were charged.
Seeing as lives had been lost and parts of London looked more like Libya, any sane person would surely see this made sense.
However, step forward the lawyers and excuse-makers for this mindless tide of criminal scum, claiming that the document could be grounds for a mass legal challenge from those held in custody.
It is, they bleat, tantamount to a policy of mass imprisonment.
You just know these are the same people who would have been barricading the doors of their million-pound London mansions in Islington and Notting Hill and pleading with police to get to them as quickly as possible before looters gained access to their stripped floorboards, Eritrean works of art and cellars full of fruity Sauvignon Blanc they picked up on last summer's trip to their Provence homes.
In their own way, these people are every bit as dangerous as the louts and thugs who poured on to the streets.
As the rioters use petrol bombs and bricks to terrorise and paralyse our police, they use the threats of judicial reviews and class actions. It has to stop and now!
When told that 62 per cent of those arrested for involvement in the riots were remanded in custody compared with a more usual rate of about 10 per cent they cry foul. I, and I’m damned sure most of you, say "fantastic"!
Even when the police try to act as a force (and remember they now labour under the ludicrous name of "Police Service" which makes them sound like an adjunct to our social services) they end up being humiliated and having to apologise.
Wheelchair-bound activist Jody McIntyre was hit with a baton and dragged from his chair when he got involved in the students’ fees riots last December.
Quite why Mr McIntyre, 21, would try to get through to the front of a demonstrating crowd so that he was "facing the police" is something only he can answer.
Perhaps some of his recent tweets that urged people to emulate the Tottenham rioters and take on "the feds" is a clue.
The police have been told they must apologise to McIntyre and he says he might sue.
Brilliant! For ensuring the safety of a vulnerable person, the police must prostrate themselves in supplicant apology and possibly write a cheque.
There’s nothing like a few quid to buy a new mobile for his anarchic messages to help the feelings of a "victim" is there?
The courts have not been spared this barmy backlash. The decision to strip a teenager involved in the riots of his normal right to anonymity has been greeted with a fit of the collective liberal vapours.
Johnny Melfah, 16, tried to incite a riot in Worcester and Droitwich and has been rightly named.
His counsel moan it could result in him losing his apprenticeship. Perhaps he should have thought of that before he urged a smash-and-grab on an Apple store.
We found ourselves in this lawless quagmire a few weeks back because of the very same leniency and short-sightedness being displayed now.
These criminals need discipline and they should get it without hesitation. Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged everyone involved in the shameful scenes would be subject to the full majesty of the law.
He wants it. We want it. This country bloody well deserves it.