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Thursday, 19 November 2009

If This Twat Wants To See Your E-mails, Make It Easy For Him!


"Cripple? You were a naughty person in a previous life..."

This gormless looking shithead is not actually Glen Hoddle's brother, he's Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions, who job it is to find ways of not charging corrupt politicians caught bang-to-rights fiddling their expenses.

He thinks it's a good thing to insist that the government has access to all your emails.

So let's make it easy for him. Copy him in on evrything you send (as long as it's not important) and drown the cunt in e-mails. I'm sure clever folk can find out his addy, and anything he changes it to.

The Penguin

15 Comments:

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 16:28  

be FUCKING careful here. Im being prosecuted for putting "bomb" in an email that some scottish politican ended up reading.

Be fucking careful

babitio,  19 November 2009 16:56  

Err, make sure you address your vitriol to "KEIR" Starmer, else the interwebs might lose it ...

Can't even rip a Telegraph page without fncking up, can you, Penguin.

Don't tell me, it wos the rage ...

His Royal Highness, Suni Abache IV, Chief Viscount of Lagos.,  19 November 2009 17:24  

I am sure that there are thousands of members of the Nigerian Royal Family that would like to send him their e-mails.

Maybe they will start putting in trigger words to get a wider audience.

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 17:50  

This is the very same guy who was spouting off the other week about the value of the Human Rights Act?

What about snail mail? Are copies copied at the post office depot and then retained.

What does he think about several hundred public bodies having access to your electronic data? Potentially thousands of people? Surely that infringes human rights?

Boom bang baby,  19 November 2009 18:24  

Reply to Anonymous, 19 November 2009 16:28.

Does it matter if you also post the word "bomb" on a Web site?

Bomb, bang, boom, rat-a-tat-tat, boom, Bomb, errrrrrrrrrrrrrr

So a multi billion pound web and email mail snooping system can pick up Web postings and emails with the word "bomb" in them. What a good use of tax payers money (NOT!)

Bang Bang Baby,  19 November 2009 18:25  

Anonymous, 19 November 2009 16:28

May I ask why you are being prosecuted? What is the claimed offence? Common Law or Statue Law?

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 19:29  

@Bang Bang Baby:

Scots Common Law. The politician went all emo , complained to Police that the word bomb (by itself as in a one word sentence) scared him and thus fell under Scotlands "catch all" law. He had a SNP collegue read the email (ex-cop, ex-military) and also cried scared that I was going to drive 1000 miles to hurt him. I made no threats at ALL and yet had the English police knocking on my door to charge me in Scotland under Scottish law. my email helpmeboh@hush.com

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 19:33  

@bang bang baby - to add, the word "bomb" was in a invisible, html formatted signature, white text on white background, in an unreadable font...

Damn lawyers costing me more than anything else and broke :(

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 19:37  

... Breach of the Peace for sending an offensive email which ended up being read by a SNP local councillor

Phoenix,  19 November 2009 22:31  

Anonymous - interesting. Expensive, clearly, but interesting nonetheless. Can I ask whether there was method in your madness when including the offensive word in the way you did? Was it your intention to track it, see if it got flagged? I'm presuming there *was* some motive?!

Anonymous,  19 November 2009 22:53  

@Phoenix - motive was to waste the time of this governments (and whoever they decide to give all our traffic/scanning to) emails scanners. Motive was a protest at the intrusion that this Orwellian, authoritarian, facist government does under the guise of the word "terrorism". Fuckers.

Scotland can fall into the sea as far as Im concerned. Im done protesting. Those scottish cunts have pretty much broken me by taking every last penny I have, before Ive been fined. Im off, out of Britistan, to leave it to the cunts that vote Labour and SNP.

Mike,  20 November 2009 00:33  

Anonymous wrote:
'What about snail mail? Are copies copied at the post office depot and then retained.'

Well, considering that for thirty years nearly all my personal mail (not commercial junk or bills) has arrived at my home in what I can only call an 'interfered' state, the answer is possibly Yes.

The Paragnostic 20 November 2009 03:45  

Looking at other CPS email addresses, keir.starmer@cps.gsi.gov.uk should find him.

Even if it doesn't, enough misaddressed emails should slow their server down (it's almost bound to be a POS Exchange server).

zoomraker 21 November 2009 22:00  

traffic cameras used to harass political dissidents in the uk

http://www.boingboing.net/2009/11/21/traffic-cameras-used.html

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