Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Government Rubbishes Police State Claim


"I've got a team watching you, you bitch!"

Mr Tony "Mad Dog" McNulty, a useless police minister in the Home Office, said: "I have enormous respect for the work and experience of Dame Stella Rimington but I think on these revelations about a Police State she is totally and utterly wrong to speak out.

I will be reviewing our tapes and videos from Dame Stella's home to see if we can bang her up for anything. Loose talk, misguided talk, by informed commentators such as Stella Rimington, talking about a police state in any regard in the UK is dangerous because the public might wake up to what we have been up to.

Even to use such language so loosely plays in to the hands of our enemies. Of course we should have a full and frank debate in secret behind closed doors, but to let the public know what is going on does not help the debate at all."

The Penguin.

24 comments:

Shirking From Home said...

They don't like it up 'em. Not long to go now...

Got My Tan Afghanistan said...

Good on Dame Stella for speaking out, but when she was 'M' didn't she shut down the department dealing with Islamic Terrorism because she didn't think the Jihadists posed any threat at all to the west?

That was just before 9/11 at a time when every wall in London was covered with flyposts of moojies waving AK47s and all-Arabic rants....

Richard Cranium said...

I am going to find my tin-foil hat and hide under my table. Will that keep the thought police away?

Harrithebastard said...

"The essence of propaganda consists in winning people over to an idea so sincerely, so vitally, that in the end they succumb to it utterly and can never escape from it." Goebbels

I can not see too much fucking difference can you?

Your IP has been logged and processed by a bored civil servant in a bunker said...

So a tool of the rotten establishment denies it is rotten.

Why just today out of my office window I watched six officers spend all day pulling over random cars. A motorbike was dispatched to chase anyone who fled.
Stood there waving their cocks about in the air all day.
Strutting about like they ruled the world, making mothers with children change tyres. One was hidden in the bushes with a walkietalkie the opposite side all day with his high visibility on, he looked like he was defecating.
Maybe he was masturbating to all the rain sodden porn mags that have been fluttering around out there since Paul Raymond had hair.

K. McEgan. said...

Official Communique"Britain is not a police state.The cunt that said so is being torture(delete insert questioned)right now".

Anonymous said...

Just found out from a friend that my local mosque has been taking over by an extremist group who has thrown the others out.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Rimmington left in 1996.

Now we have extremists advising govt policy courtesy of the Muslim Brotherhood in their various guises. Scotland voted SNP; the Welsh voted for their Assembly and the English voted for the Conservative Party.

Still, none of them acknowledge that 80% of our laws come from the EU. It's fucking beyond abysmal. Pls excuse the French.

Goodnight Vienna said...

This break-up of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ie England, Scotland, Wales and Ulster) has been engineered for the benefit of the EU.

Je suis desolee.

Oldrightie said...

Harrithebastard said...
"The essence of propaganda consists in winning people over to an idea so sincerely, so vitally, that in the end they succumb to it utterly and can never escape from it." Goebbels

I can not see too much fucking difference can you?
----------------
NO!

electro-kevin said...

And you silly fuckers thought I'd been had by the MIBs !

Ha ha ha ha ha !

(WF: unoch)

Mark Wadsworth said...

EK, how do we know that that wasn't posted by a bored MIB?

Gareth said...

McNutly said: "Wrong to suggest that had all the things we planned been passed we'd have been a police state, and wrong to suggest we have somehow stumbled towards a police state."

If they had got all they wanted this country would be a prison, and there has been no stumbling on the Government's part.

McNutly: "We are nowhere near a police state and Dame Stella will know that."

He's right. We're getting further away from it. We sailed right past it yonks ago.

McNutly: "Even to use such language so loosely plays in to the hands of our enemies. Of course we should have a full and frank debate, but to use such terms does not help the debate at all."

A full and frank debate but only using words McNutly approves of. We are not in a Police state but he is Policing what words we can use. Pricks like him deserve to be burned on a pyre of dictionaries.

Anonymous said...

They are proposing to log *all* internet activity for everyone in the country. This information will be easily available to not only the police and security services but to numerous public bodies. Of course that constitutes a police state FFS!!! How else could you possibly describe it??

Anonymous said...

I wonder how the "If you have nothing to hide" brigade would respond if they were told that all news papers, all magazines, all articles read, all documents you looked at would have to be recorded. And all snail mail to and from you was to be copied and archived??

This is exactly what they are proposing to do with the internet.
You dont need to be of the tin foil helmet division to see that this is wrong

Anonymous said...

Thanks for clearing that up for us Mr McNulty. Us silly billys thought we were living in a police state. touches forelock.

Anonymous said...

Hypocritical lying twat! I'm thinking of learning either German or Russian, just to complete the Police State Stasi/Nazi feeling

Wyrdtimes said...

McNulty has exactly the mannerism of O'Brien in 1984 - the straightening of the speckles. What a coincidence!

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Tony McNulty , Minister For do As I Say said " the Government had got the right balance between civil liberties and security and there was a "strong tradition of civil liberties in this country and one we cherish".

Mendacious, obfuscating lier, McNumpty, wheeled out for this because we are sick to the back teeth of the rest of your crew. You and Labour have taken our money and denied us our freedoms, doing the terrorists jobs for them. At each obvious stage we said ( Praise Be to stanislav ) "Oh, for fucks sake... ", but let you get away with it, it seemed the easier option.
At least Our Stella ( The Rimma ) knows all the old tricks and will be avoiding any strolls in the woods or on mountainsides.
Tony McNulty, you may think we had forgotten about you, actually we had, you odious little nothing-man but this just reminded us.

AngryDave said...

The time when people like us need to drop off the grid is fast approaching. Either that or we will be atken away by the fingermen for re-education.

The really sickening part is that most of the nation is still sleeping, and will believe what they are told to. If they ever wake up, it will be too late.

Newgates Knocker said...

I heard somewhere that libraries have to keep records of the books you read too. Used to be, when you brought your book back it was returned to the shelf and that was that. Now with computer system the Government wants to know who is reading what. What a country my poor kids are going to inherit.

Anonymous said...

Ah, McCunty - another NuLab tosser (Maj 4,730) who'll be on the "Nat King" come June 2010.

Anonymous said...

Newgates Knocker

Now you are just being paranoid.

Newgates Knocker said...

Hope so, but don't think so.

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