Sunday, March 22, 2009

Police State-Update

The BBC has this article about the government's plans to further erode our freedoms and liberty by introducing the world's most 'comprehensive' anti-terror legislation.

As it is already illegal to photograph the police or government buildings, and Walter Wolfgang was nicked under existing anti-terror legislation for heckling a politburo member, oops sorry, I mean cabinet minister, and a young chap in Manchester was nicked recently for looking at a manhole cover, I dread to think what even more 'comprehensive' may involve.

Now ask yourself if all that carry on has made you feel any safer. Then, when you've answered that question try this one: Are you more scared of Al Quaeda/IRA or Her Majesty's Government?

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