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Thursday, November 02, 2006

'Britain is a surveillance society'

You have to laugh:

"Britain is "waking up to a surveillance society that is already all around us," the government's Information Commissioner has said. Richard Thomas spoke after research found people's actions were increasingly being monitored" BBC

"Mr Thomas called for a debate about the risks if information gathered is wrong or falls into the wrong hands."

Oh good fucking God, there's no such thing as the 'right hands' you worthless cretin.

"Today I fear that we are in fact waking up to a surveillance society that is already all around us," Mr Thomas said."

Well duh. I could have told you that for free and saved the glorious social democratic state a few quid on your wages.

The reality is this, those cameras need to come down, people need to tearing them down like the Berlin wall.

And people should not be paying taxes or accepting 'social political punishments' based on amalgamated lifestyle data, government departments should not be sharing information and the human ID radical quantized pleb-grid needs to be liquidated.


Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Is Anarchy here already ?

Sorry for the break, I've been really busy with some other stuff that's taken up a lot of my time recently.

I'm not going to go over everything in the news or some specific thing right now really, suffice to say over the last month the things that have tended to stand out included the recent appalling legislation in America, the statements of General Sir Richard Dannatt towards Iraq (although he seems to have mixed some drivel about 'Islamists' in with them), and now Lord Levy has efffectively fingered Blair over the cash-for-peerages scandal, which I think is very interesting because that suggests Levy could do nothing else. Of course, there is tons of other stuff but that's just off the top of my head.

Now...How can I put this ? As far as the UK goes, I don't believe that the way things are going have any legitimacy anymore.

As the hideous disgusting turd, Gordon Brown tries use global warming as a political weapon against the population to mold them into a new shape, against a backdrop with a strong lobby in the establishment for more war and police-state measures, I think we need to take a much harsher approach and stop fucking around.

Some have said that the best thing for the UK (and especially the US) would be a military coup. That sounds a dramatic and dangerous proposition and indeed it is, but in all honesty, I don't think it's something that we can afford to rule out either. I don't see it happening but quite frankly, the problem is, if you just carry on like this things are just going to continue to get worse, so some sort of really major revolt at least is necessary.

A state with cameras everywhere logging car journeys, sticking bugs in wheelie bins, house arrest, internment, biometric ID slave grids, information sharing, a new even more intrusive census etc etc etc is not a legitimate entity at all, it is now a vile and illegitimate mess (note legislation doesn't make something legitimate) and it's vital that we understand that these things are wrong and to put it bluntly, they need to be disposed of and there is a strong impetus to dispose of them.

Instead though, things are just getting worse because there is a refusual, not so much at the grassroots level, but by large sections of that old beast we call the mainstream media to really get to grips with the current reality ( as I've long contended here).

So everyday, the government hands a press release to the BBC, the Times or Daily Mail (which the Daily Mail will complain about elsewhere) which will begin with the line 'The government is considering proposals for..." which as we all know is code to appease the vegetative classes, which means that this is what the government are intending to do regardless and the statement is made to give the mendacious veneer of debate, public consultation and choice about the matter.

At either the government or council level, authority, being as it has remade into a corrupted worthless distortion has now identified itself as a real problem and a threat.

Any glimmer of legitimacy is now gone or at the very very least flickering out, but personally I would say gone. In my opinion, the rule of law or the process of the rule of law is sufficiently compromised and twisted as to make its meaning overall considerably problematic. A strong contributory factor in this is a logged, watched society where everyone lives in some quantized pleb-grid, which itself also eats away at the very meaning of the law.

I'm sorry to say as well, we need to remain enormously skeptical about global warming, or rather how it is being forged into a vicious weapon in the hands of the same war-mongering establishment that brought you the War on Terror. From everything I am seeing, it has, at its heart, a geopolitical component that significantly outweighs it's scientific one; it's providing a new 9/11-style impetus, and regrettably, whatever the data to support a global warming position, it has all the feel of another political myth in the making . I suspect for some victims on the 'left' (aka those who are quite vulnerable to being handed ideologies from the top-down to absorb), it has already on it's way to becoming a new religion thanks to a general lack of understanding.

When the state becomes a complete meaningless failure run into the ground by degenerate socialists like Gordon Brown and David Miliband obsessed by their own egos who want to hurt people with their stream of putrid filth and remold peoples' lives as if the country were their private socialist toy factory, I think the state is something we have to reassess the legitimacy of, reassess the meaning of, and I'm sorry to say therefore I think the case for supporting a state gone malignant, also in light of these plans with council tax, green taxes and so on has to be very strongly reassessed and people should not feel that pouring money into this catastrophe is anymore an appropriate thing to do than pouring money into a pedophile ring. New and existing forms of taxation should no longer be accepted by rolling your eyes and treating it as a kind of tolerable burden anymore. They should now be challenged.

Also, kind of on this point, the BBC needs to go, it has proved itself an utterly worthless heap of poisonous sickly drivel for the most moronic and politically-crippled in society. If it doesn't want ads, then it should become subscription-funded or die. The concept of a 'state broadcaster' and TV tax is an archaic nonsense that belongs in the dusty wardrobe of history.

There is a very strong case for saying that the police, government workers and so on should be actively discouraged from doing their job as it may pertain to politically-driven directives to compromise people's lives; i.e pawing over information about people's private lives that they didn't previously have access to and 'connecting dots' for taxation, stockpiling their DNA etc for trivial nonsense, etc etc, otherwise they identify themselves as part of the problem and I don't see anyway round that.

We can't start from a position of 'social exclusion' statistics, 'global warming' reports by international bankers or any similar themes and it's time to start initiating some changes and not only standing up and saying no to the police-state, ID cards, war, vile propaganda and so on but reminding ourselves about what is important and what isn't.

In the current climate though, I don't think the state as it currently is; a grotesque monument to New Labour's perversion and to the repugnant cowardice of the civil service and council workers, has any real legitimacy anymore quite honestly, it's a broken, stained monster that people should now start rejecting and viciously chipping away at with a view to getting rid of what it has been made into, and where it is heading, and trying to restore it to something more appropriate.

Again, as I've said before, this is not a case of this policy is bad, that policy bad, the whole thing is bad. And yes, I feel that the UK is in real trouble, it is quite literally broken. I think we have to say that, we have to accept that and frankly there now needs to be an organised zero-tolerance movement against what it has become.