Friday, 22 May 2009

Nothing to fear....

16 comments:

Paul said...

Nice way to stifle protest, that.

Anonymous said...

and the secret agenda continues unchallenged

caesars wife said...

data harvesting , i wonder if it merges with other stasi networks to profile a voter ???

scary stuff OH best of luck tommorow i cant make it , if national day of kick gordon out comes on a mid week might be able to do that .

fawkes is having a lite blogg weekend i think . mind you he might be right i havent seen daylight for months

denverthen said...

Ha! "Innocent people have nothing to fear," plod says, while arresting two innocent people. Wonder if those two got their DNA back.

Fuck me, we are in trouble.

Dick Puddlecote said...

All under the radar, as Labour do. No public consultation, and if there is, it is restricted to quangos and paid-for lobbyists.

Regulation not even thought of by Jacqui 'cunt' Smith. And she lied to TV about it.

As above. We are in serious trouble.

BBC2 Monday 9pm, a whole show about it. Set your Sky+

Anonymous II said...

An increase of 40% in arrests, no mention of any increase in convictions, so figure must be negligible, from which the only inference can be that the system is a total failure, wasting much police time.

If one were to be arrested through a false positive ID, it would be best to take a civil action against the software developers.

Anonymous said...

Of course while all this and much more is being put in place our paid representatives have been busy troughing and flipping, yet they shreik when their privacy is invaded! Anyone hear a whisper from them while RIPA was being nodded through?

Henry North London said...

http://u.nu/9cz6 Have cross posted this one

Gigits said...

Soon, they'll realise that we are mostly going about our mundane lives, get fed up and go away.

Either that, or we'll have to get Jacqui Smith's approval before we take a dump.

Old Holborn said...

"Soon, they'll realise that we are mostly going about our mundane lives, get fed up and go away"

East Germans led very mundane lives. It didn't stop the Stasi employing 1 in 10 to spy on them having a shit though. To protect the "party".

Fuck them.

646 of them. 60,000,000 of us.

We should wear armbands saying "I am not an MP". They would soon realise how few of them they are.

Fuckwit O'Tampax said...

Notice the first thing Jackboot does is lie about the Information Comissioner. The first instinct of all these fucking politicians is to lie and dissemble. That fucking copper and his "nothing to fear" bollocks sums it up nicely. His force was inventing "injuries" at the Climate Camp last year, fucking wasp stings and trapped fingers put down as injuries received.

One of the protestors fucked them over last week by refusing to accept a caution for "possessing a bladed article". He had a penknife in his rucksack.

http://www.kentonline.co.uk/medway_messenger/news/2009/may/19/climate_protester_cleared_i.aspx

The whole Establishment is now in disrepute, Lords, Commons, Police and Public Sector. The whole lot of them are nothing better than a bunch of corrupt thieving cunts. Worse than that is that they positively wish us evil.

Gigits said...

I'm with you, OH, my man.

Although, let us not get this out of proportion.

This country cannot even sentence the fucking scumbags that murdered that poor little sod 'Baby Peter' to some decent hard time, so we're nowhere near Eastern Bloc territory.

If we really had a Stasi run nation these three evil cunts would have simply disappeared. They would've had a bullet in the back of the head and a shallow grave.

Herr Shit said...

"If we really had a Stasi run nation these three evil cunts would have simply disappeared. They would've had a bullet in the back of the head and a shallow grave."

I want the fucking Stasi then!

Anonymous said...

It's another way of saying all opponents are rascist. Something daft Draper used to resort to.
"Racism" the last refuge of the scoundrel.

AngryDave said...

There is nothing wrong with the system as long as it only used to catch criminals.
But, i would not trust this government or our police with anything, and i do not believe they are currently to be trusted with anything remotely like this.

Chalcedon said...

Did not like the part where an innocent man, who exercised his rights under our 'democracy' to demonstrate then got stopped and interrogated. This is totally wrong! That terrorism act has to go!

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