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Cripes, if nothing else - you cannot accuse a racist about lying about their views.



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Most spied on Country in Europe and soon to be number one in the world.

We are sick of PC and its all-pervading.

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PC brigade ban police from saying 'gang rape' as it is 'too emotive'

Daily Mail
By Stephen Wright
Last updated at 12:29 PM on 9th November 2009

Officers have been advised to use the phrase 'multi-perpetrator rape' when describing sex attacks.

Politically correct Scotland Yard chiefs have stopped using the term 'gang rape' because it is too 'emotive', the Mail can reveal.

Instead officers have been advised to use the long-winded phrase 'multi-perpetrator rape' when describing sex attacks involving three or more culprits.

Critics branded the move by the Metropolitan Police an 'affront' to the victims of appalling sex crimes and are preparing to launch a campaign on the issue.

Six years ago the Met was at the centre of a similar row over its choice of language to describe 'gang rapes' after a senior officer referred to them as 'group rapes' during an interview on BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

Some community activists had previously suggested the phrase 'gang rape' had racist connotations.

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Thursday April 16, 2009
By Leo McKinstry

ONE of the most chilling elements of George Orwell’s novel 1984 was the complete destruction of privacy.

No one could ever escape the iron grip of state control. even personal conversations and  private thoughts were not safe from the oppressive party machine, which was constantly looking for any signs of dissent.

This is precisely what is happening in Labour’s Britain. Our country, once famous for its respect for individual freedom, is rapidly sliding towards the nightmarish world of the thought police.

That disturbing trend was highlighted this week by the case of David Booker, a worker at a hostel for the homeless in Southampton, run by an organisation called the Society of St James.

Recently Mr. Booker was chatting to a fellow worker and during their wide-ranging conversation he happened to mention that because of his religious beliefs he was opposed to same-sex marriage and  practising homosexual clergy.

To his astonishment these private remarks were reported to his managers the next day. Mr. Booker was immediately suspended on the grounds of making “discriminatory comments”.

Brimming with the self- righteous fury that so often drives political zealots his employers proclaimed that  “action has been taken to safe-guard both the residents and the staff” at the hostel.

On every level this heavy-handed move is dangerous and absurd. There is no suggestion that Mr. Booker ever displayed the slightest prejudice in his work.

Rather, in true Orwellian fashion, he is being punished merely for having committed a private “thought crime”.   

His views can hardly be described as extremist. On the contrary the  majority of the British public probably holds similar opinions.

Furthermore the Church of England, which governs the Society of St James, has publicly expressed opposition
to same-sex marriage and active homosexuality in the priesthood.

According to the logic of the hostel management the Archbishop of Canterbury should also be thrown out of his job.

But perhaps the most worrying aspect of the case is that Mr Booker’s colleague was so eager to report him to the hostel authorities despite the private nature of their talk.   

Once more this is all too reminiscent of Orwell’s 1984, where “the person on the next table could be a spy for the thought police.”

In its determination to enforce its politically correct agenda Labour has  created a climate of fear where personal trust has broken down and where certain compliant staff feel their first loyalty is to the state’s ideology rather than to workplace colleagues.

In the name of fighting homophobia or racism the public sector has become outrageously intolerant.

The Government might screech about the importance of “human rights” but its institutions show nothing but contempt for the individual rights of anyone accused of offending the official state creed of diversity and equality.  

So in this culture of oppression a nurse from Somerset, Caroline Petrie, is suspended from her job for daring to offer
to say a prayer for an elderly patient, while a Tory councillor from Wolverhampton, Jonathan Yardley, is questioned by the police for two hours after  making a mild quip at a public meeting about the status of transgendered people.

in true 1984 style Councillor Yardley was asked by the police whether he harboured “malign thoughts” about transgendered people.

When Councillor  Yardley told the police that the question was “ridiculous” an officer replied: “it’s just a sign of the times.”

The interrogator was absolutely right. it used to be a principle of British law that individuals could only be  investigated for their deeds, not their thoughts. But in their socialist zeal Labour’s ideologues have abandoned all  notions of traditional justice.

We now have vast new categories of political and thought crimes to tackle the “enemies of the people.”   

A Tory MP., Damian Green, is arrested for daring to speak out about immigration. A local authority in Dorset, Poole Council, uses anti-terror laws to mount a covert surveillance operation against a middle-class couple to check on their entitlement to send one of their children to a local school.

At a British Telecom call centre in Leicester 31 members of staff are suspended for the offence of circulating an Irish joke by e-mail.     

Freedom is dying in Labour’s Orwellian state as official bureaucracy becomes ever more intrusive and powerful.

To keep the citizenry in check the Government is creating the world’s largest national identity database containing all our personal details and accessible to a huge range of public sector snoopers.

Not only will all of us soon be required to carry identity cards but also the Home Office is grabbing for itself the power to monitor all our e-mails and phone calls.

Already, thanks to the forest of CCTV cameras across the country and secret cameras even in our wheelie bins, we are the most heavily monitored people in the world.

Little wonder then that Richard Thomas, the independent  information Commissioner recently warned that there was
now a real risk “of turning every member of society into a suspect.”

The bitter irony is that amid all this official bullying of the law-abiding public the state is so useless at dealing with genuine crime but that is only in keeping with Orwell’s 1984, where “nothing was efficient except the thought police.”
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Originally posted by St_George at 2010-4-28 22:13
Political correctness is the biggest reason why i wont be voting Labour for the first time ever.

This bunch of complete fckin idiots have recked Britain.  They've ruined the economy lost control ...


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It is ridiculous to imagine that Rupert Murdoch and his Ministry of Truth care about freedom of thought or
the free flow of truth.The Australian is one of his flagships.He is a Zionist and one of the perpetrators of
9/11.A direct,involved accomplice in the words of Joseph Keith.

Rupert Murdoch is a senior figure in the Orwellian fascist New World Order.His sick article merely reinforces
what the rest of the Zionist media defecate on the people all the time.He does not question the holocaust or
the monstrous behavior of Isrealhell.He only makes cowardly attacks on persecuted and powerless

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The State Persecution of Thought Criminals

by David Hamilton
majorityrights dot com

Robin Page, former presenter of television’s “One Man and His Dog”, a farmer, columnist for The Daily Telegraph, and the chairman of the Countryside Restoration Trust, has set us an example by fighting the new Totalitarian state and winning £2,000 compensation for being wrongly arrested on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred.

He allegedly made a racist remark at a country fair in 2002, which led to him being held in a police cell, and he fought a five-year, one-man campaign to clear his name. He used the Data Protection Act and obtained official documents which showed that there had been no grounds for prosecution. “I believe I have scored a significant victory over the ludicrous and sinister politically-correct ‘hate crime’ culture that is currently doing so much to prevent free speech in this country,” he said.

It was his humorous comments at a country fair in September 2002 that led to his persecution by the police. To gain the attention of the audience at Frampton-upon-Severn, Gloucestershire, he began in a “light-hearted fashion”. “If you are a black, vegetarian, Muslim, asylum-seeking, one-legged lesbian lorry driver, I want the same rights as you.” A complaint was later received by police, and another person wrote to say he disagreed with Mr.Page’s remarks. He was arrested the following month, and then five months later was contacted at his farm in Cambridgeshire and asked by two officers from Gloucestershire to attend an interview at a police station. At the station he declined to answer questions without a lawyer and was arrested. He was put in a cell and told that he would have to stay overnight if he wished to wait for his solicitor, but after 40 minutes agreed to be interviewed without legal representation.

Mr Page said: “I was told I had committed a ‘hate crime’, interviewed under caution and given police bail.” The BBC claimed that he had been arrested for a “race speech” and he felt the incident was potentially damaging to him professionally and as a district councillor for 30 years. He was neither charged nor given an explanation. Under Freedom of Information disclosures he discovered that the Attorney General had given the opinion “no crime committed”. His name was secretly put on a “Homo-phobic Incidents Register”. He was due to go to on a journalistic trip to Kenya and requested a change of bail renewal date, and in an internal email from the arresting officer the sergeant wrote: “Let’s hope he gets eaten by a crocodile.”

Mr Page said: “Thank goodness for the Data Protection Act and my advice to anybody who feels that they have been stitched up is to use the Act to get to the real facts.  It is absolutely outrageous. In my view it clearly shows that I was arrested for political reasons simply because my views on the countryside were not appreciated. I was not guilty of any crime."(1)

What has reduced a Liberal Democracy to a police state like Stalin’s Russia or Mao’s China without people objecting?

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