Sunday, 5 April 2009

Spitting in our faces


Tomorrow sees the implementation of a surveillance system that the Stasi could only ever dream of. Under direction from someone in Brussels I never had the chance to vote for, the Labour State machine will record every phone call, every internet site I visit and keep a copy of every email I read.

Our 646 corrupt politicians, who have simply abandoned the idea of ever representing us, the voters in favour of supporting their “party” (eg. Kerry McCarthy MP (Lab), the only vegan to ever vote FOR Trident nuclear missiles) have nothing to say on the matter. As if they had the power to stop it anyway.

In response, last weeks G20 Meltdown saw 2 windows broken in central London.

We are pathetic cowards and fools. Even on this blog, the word was “don’t riot” or we’ll all be in really big trouble.

WE ARE IN REALLY BIG TROUBLE.

Yesterday, our French & German cousins showed that if you are angry, let them know. The French Government have not outlawed protest. You can happily stand in front of their Parliament and say what you want. They are allowed to congregate in groups of more than two. We aren't. You can be damn sure no one is reading THEIR Emails or harvesting the DNA of innocent French or German children. When the French or the Germans hit the streets, their Governments rightly listen and bite their nails. Ours just spits in our faces.


The sooner all of us we realise that we are in the end game, the better.

60 comments:

Womogur said...

Don't forget that the EU Directive was created and drafted based on ideas from the UK government. They knew they couldn't get this through the normal channels (even the 646 aren't that stupid), so instead they got the EU to do it and as usual it all went through on the nod. So they got what they wanted, with no discussion.

The worst bit is that the UK implementation will be gold-plated (again, as usual) so the UK will see all sorts of nasty stuff that has seen no discussion *anywhere*.

Anonymous said...

The British are moral cowards, the demonisation and exclusion of the working man by those higher up the food chain has robbed us of the only group that could effect any change.

The middle classes just aint got the bottle for a fight.

They complain like fuck, but will take it up the pooper just in case they are breaking the "law", at the first sign of trouble they roll on their backs and piss in the air like frightened puppies.

Pricks.

defender said...

Remember remember the implimentation of the Lisbon treaty coming into full force on 1/1/2010.
This coming june on the 4th there will be an election for the EU parl.
This will be the first and last time we may have a say.
If you are angry that all this has gone ahead without you having a say, this will be the only opportunity to show your objection to the project.
We of the BNP are treating this as a referendum, we are hoping that all parties and voters who are disgusted by the loss of our freedoms to this cabal will get out on polling day to vote against this by voting for any party who you feel would put a stop to this madness.
Will it work? I do not have any idea, but we have to give it our best efforts.
Please put pressure on your party leaders to put a maximum effort to field candidates, where you have no anti EU candidates we are fielding candidates throughout the UK. I have no need to remind you that a vote for the liblabcon is a pro EU vote.
Make your voice heard.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Iain Dale ran a poll on his blog asking 'would you want Britain to be a 51st state of the US or remain in Europe'. 81% voted for the USA out of 1000 votes.

Anonymous said...

Time to send lots and lots of emails all containg words like

bomb
kill
destruction
assassination
Brown must die
St Pancras at 6.00 etc.

Might keep them busy....

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

I should make it clear, Iain asked if Britain should be a part of a United States Of Europe, not remaining as we are as I mentioned incorrectly.

Anonymous said...

Quite right, OH. And hence my less than flattering view of your mugging to the cameras the other day, as if that was going to achieve anything (other than coddling your own ego).


@Anon who quoth "The middle classes just aint got the bottle for a fight"

You don't have to commit violence to make an impact on all this crap. You just have to refuse to participate. Are you still working? Still paying your taxes? Quit grumbling then. Join the black economy. Grow your own veg. Watch pirated films. Etc. etc. Lots of little things soon make a difference. Providing enough people do them. No violence is required to remove your discretionary funding from TPTB.

Henry North London said...

No time you started using pen and paper, Letters are exempt... No one in their right mind is going to open every letter you send because you'll know if its been opened you seal it with wax

Old Holborn said...

http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/jump2?catId=500029&mediaId=15400229

defender said...

OH, just looked at the link you posted re royalmail, it begs the question, who are the extremist?

JD said...

Does anyone know if this applies to all incoming correspondence as well? From outside UK, I mean. JD.

Old Holborn said...

It does

Shirking From Home said...

Bastard cunts.

shibby said...

What is to be done?

Mummy x said...

Come on OH, rioting is not the answer. It wasn't just 2 windows that got broken, and to say so is simplifying things to fit your argument. The down stairs of the RBS building was trashed. Graffitti on all surfaces. Rubbish, paint and vandalism every where. 1 dead, an innocent bystander, whilst paramedics and police trying to treat him were pelted with bottles. Yes, I am aware that there is talk that the cordons put in place by the police may have delayed vital care getting to this man. Quite a few injured. All of this will be paid for by the taxpayer. You disapprove, as do many, many people, with this Government and what it is doing, but if riots happen, it will not change a damn thing. It will bring in even more laws, cost the tax payer even more money. And when the next Government is elected they will keep those laws in place to stop us from rebelling against them. It is not a solution. If some oik went to your house and smashed all the windows just because he/she didn't like you, you would be fucking livid. It is a crime to destroy that which does not belong to you. The Government have done this systematically to our country, freedom, economics and civil liberties. And so far they have gotten away with. Lowering ourselves to their level will not solve anything. It will just create more chains with which we will bind ourselves. If people are happy to turn protest into riot less people will turn up. I have three children. I was not prepared to go to London last weekend in case anything happened to me. I want to change what is happening in my country and I am prepared to take part in peaceful protest, but I must put my children first. If you advocate riots, only those interested in causing trouble and getting into fights will turn up. And your cause will be lost, before it starts. Because the kind of people that are prepared to do that sort of protesting are just the kind of people that normally you would despise. Activists, Greenies, Quango's and Dole Scrougers are they few amongst the many that would happily put themselves forward for a good fight with no thought for anyone else.
Mummy x
p.s am going to copy this comment over at your place under your article.
http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/2009/04/tomorrow-sees-implementation-of.html
Yes it is lazy, but man, the sun is shining, and as it is Sunday, we are over the yard arm and it is Pino Vino time.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

OH

Take the trouble to learn how to beat the polygraph. It's a piece of cake.

All a polygraph measures is physical responses to anxiety. Got it yet?

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Here's a good starting point:

Countermeasures

Several countermeasures designed to pass polygraph tests have been described. Asked how he passed the polygraph test, Ames explained that he sought advice from his Soviet handler and received the simple instruction to: "Get a good night's sleep, and rest, and go into the test rested and relaxed. Be nice to the polygraph examiner, develop a rapport, and be cooperative and try to maintain your calm."[30]

Other suggested countermeasures include for the subject to mentally record the control and relevant questions as the examiner reviews them prior to commencing the interrogation. Once the interrogation begins, the subject is then supposed to carefully control their breathing during the relevant questions, and to try to artificially increase their heart rate during the control questions, such as by thinking of something scary or exciting or by pricking themselves with a pointed object concealed somewhere on their body. In this way the results will not show a significant reaction to any of the relevant questions.[31][32]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygraph_examination

There's a bit more to it than that, but you now have the basics. The idea is not to get the machine indicating truth for a lie, but the far easier task of getting it to show a lie on the "truth" test questions. The exminer then has no reference point to make his comparisons. Easy peasy.

defender said...

SirHM
Or do the opposite be absolutely freaked out from the outset.Lie like fuck, it was you who sunk the Mary Rose, who killed roger rabbit, that was me too. Many of us could'nt do the calm bit, but we sure as hell do the shit it bit very well.
Same result, no reference point and you may get drugs for free too.

microdave said...

"Yesterday, our French & German cousins showed that if you are angry, let them know."

Our problem is that the French have always protested if they don't like something - we haven't (the typical stiff upper lip British trait) That's why they haven't had the same draconian laws imposed on them that we have. On top of that their police used to turn a blind eye when farmers burned our cattle trucks, for example. Can you imagine ours doing the same thing if the situation was reversed?

I think this is behind the British dis-like of the French - it's really a secret admiration, and wishing we could be like them.

K. MacEgan said...

Yo dude!Just finished a human rights conference where the focus was on Burma (rightly so)and Israel.Where are my fucking rights?

Faux Cu said...

Mummy x said.

Why was the RBS shop , just beside the B of E not boarded up?

Smells like a set up for a Police photo op, as was the flat wher the "squatters" were rounded up ,in full press view for the their and the Police's photo op. Plastic cuffs, sitting down just like the IDF and the Yanks in Iraq.

Oh that nutter who was filmed publicly tanning the window of the RBS, who does he work for?

AP anyone?

Oldrightie said...

"spitting in our faces".
Should not the pee be an aitch?

Stray Taoist said...

PGP your mail.

Use ofshore VoIP, peer-to-peer encrypted calls.

Prepare to leave the country.

electro-kevin said...
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electro-kevin said...

Anon at 11.17 bemoans the middle class and their cowardice.

Who are the 'middle class' ?

Remember the award winning TV program Upstairs Downstairs ? That was a middle class household. The owner of that house was an MP.

Middle class have staff. Do you have staff ? No ? Then I hate to inform you but you're not middle class.

I'm not directing the following vitriol at Anon of 11.17 here but such is the jumped up self regard of so many people in Britain that they think they are middle class when they are most definitely not.

'Middle class' people - especially women - ought to think about that when they "get a little man in" to do the tiling (as I've heard a few of them say)

The productive class has been divided ... and now conquered by their own snobbery.

I hope that enlightens you a little, Anon at 11.17.

Anonymous II said...

From the Telegraph link: "Hundreds of public bodies and quangos, including local councils, will also be able to access the data to investigate flytipping and other less serious crimes" . Who for fuck sake, posts that they are about to dump a fridge!

Think I will run "Majestic-12" (http://www.majestic12.co.uk/), give the cunts something to trawl through.

hangemall said...

Since people are still mentioning the demonstrations in London, I might as well give vent to a thought that occured to me.

Is "kettling" a form of arrest or imprisonment? Aren't the police supposed to read and give certain rights to the arrested and imprisoned, eg food, drink and toilet facilities?

How about some pro bono work Cherie? No? I thought not.

The Fugitive said...

This is so fucking difficult to understand.

http://www.torproject.org/

But I think its looking like I need to learn it. :(

Anonymous said...

hangemall: It seems that if you decide to protest against a corrupt Government, you lose all of your human rights.

This country is finished!

Anonymous said...

The worst bit is that the UK implementation will be gold-plated (again, as usual) so the UK will see all sorts of nasty stuff that has seen no discussion *anywhere*.

If you complained to your MP he/she would say some thing like "well I hear what your saying, but it's an EU directive you see. But I have some sympathy with what you are saying". Next please!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous II said...
From the Telegraph link: "Hundreds of public bodies and quangos, including local councils, will also be able to access the data to investigate flytipping and other less serious crimes" . Who for fuck sake, posts that they are about to dump a fridge.

Your neighbour or a relative could work for any of these public bodies. They may be entertained by your web activities? I thought privacy was a basic human right? And when I hear about one of our useless political employees complaining about their right to privacy, grrrrrrrrr.

Gigits said...

Anonymous III said...

"Your neighbour or a relative could work for any of these public bodies. They may be entertained by your web activities? I thought privacy was a basic human right? And when I hear about one of our useless political employees complaining about their right to privacy, grrrrrrrrr."

I hadn't thought of this, it really does make a mockery of privacy laws!

Anonymous said...

Fugitive, the tor project is wrapped into a bundle and available as an addon to Firefox .
Foxyproxy
http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/
It used to be available as an addon to K-Meleon as well but I haven't upgraded that for some time so I am unsure whether it is new versions.
when installed and running set homepage as www.formyip.com and it well tell you where you supposedly are.

Patrick Vessey said...

@The Fugitive, having grief with Tor:

There are a few Linux distros preconfigured with Tor that are easy to use -- just download, burn to CD or USB pendrive, and you're away. A couple that you might want to look at are Privatix and Polippix. Just be aware of what Tor offers, and what it doesn't.

What the on-line community desperately needs, though, is not just more Tor users but more Tor bridges and relays. And here's something to think about before you do

Revolution Harry said...

Spitting in our faces?

Tony Blair has emerged as the leading candidate to become the first permanent president of the European Union after Gordon Brown gave his grudging blessing to the plan. Mr Brown has accepted that his old rival should be in pole position for the appointment, on the basis that Britain needs to have a key figure in the architecture of the "new world order".

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/blair-steps-up-fight-to-be-crowned-first-president-of--eu-1662928.html

Sugar Tits said...

The classic tactics of a Jew-run, Marxist government. Commie bastards.


Wake up from your slumber!

Anonymous said...

electro-kevin said...
Anon at 11.17 bemoans the middle class and their cowardice.
Who are the 'middle class' ?
Remember the award winning TV program Upstairs Downstairs ? That was a middle class household. The owner of that house was an MP.
I hope that enlightens you a little, Anon at 11.17.
05 April 2009 18:55


As usual, complete bollocks!

The Middle class have been defined in many shifting ways and these definitions continue to shift.

Today It generally means professionals and those educated through private schools.

The private school system distinctly separates the middleclasses from the working classes. Almost no working class person can afford to send their children to a private school and the oppotunities this lends said class to retain their class status so this is where the clear distinction lies and where a totally separate class distinction must be made.

Everything else is moot!

Revolution Harry said...

'Jew-run'? Sorry Sugar Tits but the 'Jews' are just one of several smoke screens. It would be more accurate to say Zionists whilst remembering not all Jews are Zionists.

Rob Farrington said...

Can we not all agree that they're a bunch of corrupt, authoritarian twats without bringing the 'JOOOOOOOZ!!!1ONE1!!!' into it?

Jesus.

Anonymous said...

This would be an outrage if it was being carried out by a government you could have some respect for. But as things stand it's like being put under permanent surveillance by the inmates of an open prison.

electro-kevin said...
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Anonymous said...

Tony liar for EUSSR president!

http://www.bilderberg.org/bilder.htm#Blair

electro-kevin said...

Anon at 21.59 - Twat.

A train guard colleague of mine sends his son to private school - as did a train driver colleague at Euston.

To qualify to be middle class you really need (among other things):

- a live in nanny for your kids
- a housekeeper
- a visiting gardner
- private education for ALL of your kids
- at least three holidays a year

If - for financial considerations - you cook your own food, load your own dishwasher, cut your own lawn, wash your own car ...

... you ain't really middle class.

How would you define the aristocracy exactly ???

And thus they have conned everyone into thinking that they are getting richer while their houses get smaller - divided the same social group and set them against each other - especially conned is Anonymong who seems incapable of original thought.

Anonymous said...

Electro kev, I'm working class scum, tell you what, I will send you one of my garden spades and you can dig a deeper hole for yourself.

Oh, and a boxed set of Merchant-Ivory DVD'S and some rose tinted specs will be winging your way, should help you maintain your world for a while longer.

Must dash I've a loom to thread and some matches to sell, toodle pip!

Anonymous said...

electro-kevin said...
Anon at 21.59 - twat.

A train guard colleague of mine sends his son to private school - as did a train driver colleague at Euston.

05 April 2009 22:32

You are clutching at straws and building straw men!

Yes it does happen, but the exceptions don't make the rule and there will always be a crossover point no matter how narrow or high it is.

The average working class comprehensive educated will know of almost no one from their school (who didnt marry a professional) from hundreds who later sent their children to a private school, a few yes, but very few.

Most who come from a working class background will not have privately educated friends!

One person from an area with working class parents may get to a private school on a `rare as rocking horse shit` assisted place if the child is exceptionally gifted, but again rare as rocking horse shit.

Many such people will still have to pay something towards it and will struggle.

Yes some working class people on the upper edges may decide to sacrifice everything and live like mice to send their children or at least one of them to a private school but they will most likely stuggle like hell in order to elevate their children into a higher class - the whole point of it!

Can you not see the HUGE class devide yet which needs a class distinction, or would you like to continue building straw men?

Bent Society said...

SO WE SHOULD ALL USE CYBER CAFES WHILST DRESSED AS LETTERBOXES TO BLOG AND EMAIL, SLAP MUD ON OUR NUMBER PLATES AND TAKE UP WEARING SUNGLASSES HOODIES AND CAPS. PROBLEM SOLVED. THEN WHAT WILL THE CAMERA PARTNERSHIPS AND THE REST OF THE SNOOPING MORONS DO? i'LL TELL YOU WHAT - PUT CCTV CAMERAS RIGHT OUTSIDE OUR HOMES THAT POINT AT OUR BEDROOM WINDOWS. Its already happening in Nottingham in Aspley and Broxtowe...and to the village near you soon. End game indeed. Now I have to get those gold tinted windows - like morror shades...its an arms race between them and the common people...we just need to get into it.

Anonymous said...

"Most who come from a working class background will not have privately educated friends!"

That should be `school` friends, showing the class divide, which is still evident in later life though not quite as marked.

But it shows the separation of the classes in a social manner as well as financial through the private education system, giving more weight to why their has to be a clear distinct class break at this point due to the private education system and separating the working class from middleclass using the private education system as the break point seems the most logical seeing as the other ranges of class are more blured and just defined by levels of middleclass wealth rather than basic oppotunity.

Then I presume we come to the inheritors of huge wealth and power!

The upper classes.

Anonymous said...

Now the EU/NWO shit really hits the fan - Cameron has already come out in support of such goals!

http://bnp.org.uk/2009/04/barack-hussein-obama-demands-eu-welcome-71-million-muslim-turks/

Anonymous said...

" The prospect of eventual Turkish membership is hugely important - not just for Turkey itself, but to demonstrate to the Muslim world that the EU is not an exclusive Christian club. We cannot and must not allow the prospect of further enlargement to disappear. We must hold out a real prospect of membership to the Western Balkans, to Turkey and Ukraine."

Who said that? Barack Hussein Obama?
No, it was David NWO sCameron: Heir to Blair!

http://www.europeanreform.eu/the-eu-a-new-agenda-for-the-21st-century/

Woman on a Raft said...

We are pathetic cowards and fools.

No, we are just deeply riven for the moment as to what protest means. The demo was a brave attempt to get a concensus and it did very well to get you and a crusty on the same street for a few hours. As an exercise in bringing together people right across the political spectrum, it succeeded.

You also proved that fears of violence from protestors was largely imaginary, give or take a window or two. There was little or no risk to individuals from the protestors, only from the agents of the state.

One person dying has died in contested circumstances. That could happen in any crowd, and does. On the other hand, given how the police have become political agents since the Miners' Strike, I'm willing to believe that the man died of an earlier assault by the police and now they are lying about it. The police really cannot expect the public to regard them as beacons of truth when they've been caught out telling porkies so often.

Stanislav's Mum said...

Has anybody seen my boy Stansialv? Been missing for 4 days! Customers phoning up wanting their plumbing jobs finnished.

Stanisławice Matka said...

Ma ktoś widział mój syn Stansialv?

defender said...

There is one thing more than anything else that worries the elilte and that is the BNP.
Fly your flag from your property, make it known when dealing with the police and local authorities that you are a BNP supporter. It puts them on the back foot instantly and its really great joy to watch how they try and reconsile the implications.
It makes reading my post irrelevant, monitoring my web activity pointless and arresting me for my political views is a clear breach of my human rights.
We have a sysyem whereby any member under pressure have the support of every other member. Like a band of brothers.
That is not to say that that is a reasonable course to have to take but, hey, the Sword of Damocles cuts both ways and we do live in perlious times.
We are, after all, at the forefront of the fight against this shit going on in this country, the tip of the spear, the voice of the people.
Should we be supressed, you will be gone too, should we prevail, you will prevail too.
Nov 5th, is a long way away, what will you do til then?
You know its the right thing to do, needs must, we are British, a defiant breed, a fighting nation, the cradle of democracy.
If like me you have a bit of colour, me being same mix as Obama, you can play some serious head games with plod, I will tell you some stories another time.
Have you got the cajonies? have you got the bloody mindness?
Upper class, middle class, working class may devide us but at the end of the day we are British and we are now being fucked by a new class, the new world order class.

For the attention of the controlers of the web watching dept.
Did you know that adding a half cup of brown sugar to petrol gives your molatovs a big boost.

electro-kevin said...
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electro-kevin said...

My earlier point:

"My goodness. Aren't holidays expensive nowadays ?"

No. You've just got poorer.

"My goodness. Aren't train fares exhorbitant ?"

No. You've just got poorer.

"My goodness. I can't find a dentist and I struggle to afford the bills. Aren't dentists expensive ?"

No. You've just got poorer.

"My three bed terrace is now worth £400k - I'm rich !!!"

No. Your KIDS have just got poorer.

So here we have it. Millions on £40k a year unable to afford the things that people in more sensible countries take for granted. And yet - as their liberties are stripped away and their country is whored out - they are broadly contented souls. Why ?

Because someone's told them they are now middle class.

Survey after survey with regard to job satisfaction show that status is regarded more highly than pay. What a strange way of looking at things.

electro-kevin said...

And THAT'S why my strapline says 'a cloud for every silver lining.'

Rose coloured spectacles indeed !

Bore watch said...

electro-kevin said...
And THAT'S why my strapline says 'a cloud for every silver lining.'

Rose coloured spectacles indeed !

06 April 2009 15:06

Congratulations!

You are now officially the bore of the blog, armed with nothing more than verbal diarrhea.

Well done!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous, 11.17:

The middle classes are just not hurting enough yet. They soon will be, having to support massive and increasing immigration, all those Britons dispaced by immigration, Euro income tax, and the hike in fees suggested for better-off university students. There will be other issues for the middle classes that are yet to come.

Whenever an incident of some sort occurs in the street somewhere people will stand and gawp - the bystander effect - until one individual moves forward displaying leadership; and then everyone else steps forward.

It will be something trivial, perhaps, that moves one individual forward - remember "Let them eat cake" from the history books?

I'm knocking on a bit now, and have never, ever, known such anger. Not long now, I think. The Civil Contingencies legislation won't save them.

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