New Labour desperate to silence internet
Possessing and accessing extreme internet pornography could become illegal under government proposals. The aim is for a new offence of possessing violent and abusive pornography. Home Officer Minister Paul Goggins said such images were "extremely offensive to the vast majority" and had no place in society.
Convenient political capital that Liz Longhurst, mother of murdered Jane Longhurst came along with her campaign and fits very much into New Labour's plans for crushing free speech on the internet.
But of course it wasn't images on the internet that murdered Jane Longhurst but a sick individual.
No strangers to obscene activities, New Labour under Tony Blair are desperate for ways to silence, monitor and control the internet.
Now, let's take a look at the background to this a bit more:
Coutts, a former grammar school pupil, now 36, who supplemented his meagre earnings as a pub musician in Brighton by working as a Kleeneze salesman, subscribed to sites specialising in rape, necrophilia and female asphyxiation. He had examined them the day before he killed Jane. After one visit to her body, he returned home to look at them afresh.
If the sites had not existed, Mrs Longhurst believes her daughter would still be alive.
What happened to Mrs Longhurst's daughter is an enormous tragedy but unfortunately playing straight into the bloody hands of guilt-ridden political corruption will not avenge or make right her murder.
She went on interestingly:
"I haven't looked at these sites. I don't want to," she says, in her slow, precise tones. "Please, don't look at them, you mustn't," she urges. "I don't watch violent movies or explicit sex on television. I don't really enjoy it at all.
Thanks for the warning, but again the killer of your daughter was a sick man who you said yourself ."tried unsuccessfully to get help".
She pauses before adding: "You know, I don't know if I necessarily want all pornography banned. A beautiful naked woman - I don't see any harm in that.
"But pornography that incites people to rape, maim or kill, yes. I think that is quite a reasonable thing to want."
Sorry I'm lost at this point. Where is this incitement ? And how is banning them going to help ? How did you come to that conclusion ?
Dr Chris Evans of Internet Freedom says that after 60 years of research there is no evidence that seeing images or videos in this context actually causes people to go out and re-enact what they have watched, which we can all be thankful for, seeing as the world is being slowly conditioned into accepting unspeakable torture which unlike probably the vast majority of these images on the internet is actually very real.
It's ironic that in Blair's world this:
is ok. As is this:
And of course:
But that's not the worst of it. The US goverment are currently sitting on even more horrific images and truly appalling allegations including child rape and torture.
And bizarrely back in March 2004, Blunkett (remember him ?) briefed US officials on the Jane Longhurst case who said:
...it was a significant problem, not in terms of numbers but in terms of the evil of these sites.
If one is measuring evil then where in the eyes of the US DoJ and the Blair government do these pictures above rank ?
Unlike most of these 'obscene' images on the net of violent sexual fantasy, this is all very very real; it's no fantasy at all, and let us not forget Blair has said that he regards all of this criticism of the US as a 'slippery slope'.
The bona fide perverted sicko here is of course none other than Tony Blair himself and the depraved New Labour regime who have supported all of the above, as well as rubber stamping state-sponsored murder while they continue to strangle and rape a blindfolded and already freedom-asphyxiated society which they helped create.
And it's ironic that while Blair masturbates himself and his politicized police force into a frenzy of pornographic voyeurism over your personal life through ID Cards, internet snooping, data retention, uploading NHS records to a massive database to be pawed over on a whim by any cretin, he has the audacity to think he is in a position to decide what is obscene or not.
I'm sure if Mrs. Longhurst thought about it a bit more, she would agree that Tony Blair and New Labour are literally the biggest moral stain and cause for concern in the UK and everyone deserves to be protected from them.