There is something very nasty going on in Britain – update

As more information comes to light, the government still doggedly refuses to provide us with a public enquiry into the events of 7/7, and the ongoing trial of the 24/7 bombers, we see more disinformation being printed in our press.

Postman Patel highlights this and offers a reward, but for those who cannot get past the multicoloured output from his blog, you can read the Mirror article here. (Painstakingly re-created by the New York Police Dept?, how many flats in Alexandra Grove, Leeds have air conditioning?).  Who is kidding who? The Mirror or the NYPD?

I am seriously
beginning to believe that there is something very nasty going on in Britain
today, something unsavoury and evil, and while it is presented as being good
for us, in everything I have seen and read, I can only conclude that it is all
to our detriment.   

The government is
establishing a take over.  A takeover of
our rights, a takeover of our liberties, a takeover of our parliament, a
takeover of our privacy, a takeover of our freedom.

For those who
throw back 'conspiracy theory' to silence all, lets look at some of the

  • There is the ‘World Government’
    theory, well documented and possibly plausible, but I don’t think so in
    our lifetimes.
  • There is the ‘Oil’ theory.  This one says that as the west is
    running out of energy, both Oil and Gas, it must prepare itself to secure
    those energy sources through war. Perhaps this has something to do with
    the war in
    Afghanistan and Iraq, the probability of war in Iran, perhaps Venezuela at a later stage as they align
    themselves closely with
    Very plausible, very possible but a lack of solid evidence to be
  • Then there is the  ‘Brave New World’ theory, also known as the
    Soviet Socialist Republic of Britain, Big Brother, 1984, etc.  Whatever you want to call it, this is
    where I believe this country is heading right now.

Following 9/11,
both the US and UK governments embarked upon a policy of regime change, not for
those countries overseas that they would have us believe were responsible for
the terrorist activity, but here at home in our own countries, and to a lesser
extent across Europe. 

The Lie that is
allowing them to do this, ‘Our Security’. 

Yes, our security
against the hordes of terrorists that are queuing up to hurt us, both domestic
and foreign, and in order to protect you and me from these terrorists, and
preserve our way of life, they must curtail our freedoms and change our way of

The plethora of
new legislation enacted since 9/11 which curbs our rights, gives legislative
powers to Ministers, gives the police unprecedented
powers to arrest, detain, round up suspects, take and keep
DNA and fingerprints, record our movements
(legally and illegally),
fingerprint people by the roadside
and to arrest them if they refuse – whereupon fingerprints,
DNA and a photograph will all be taken, roadside
eye tests, removes our right to privacy, listens to our phone calls, reads our
texts and emails, logs where you work, how much you earn, where and how you
spend your money, has access to your bank accounts and all of the legislation is backed up with punitive fines or

It now wants to
shackle you with an all encompassing ID card, and
despite announcements in Parliament to say it would be voluntary, you will have
to pay for it, will be fined for not having it, and will be punished for not
carrying it. Read the Action

They have removed
our right to
and gone is our right to silence.

No longer do we
have the right to claim Innocence before proven guilty. We have all become
suspects, the onus is increasingly on us to prove our innocence to an
overbearing, officious and meddlesome state. 

The Inquiries Act
and the Civil Contingencies Act, both reduce parliamentary scrutiny, and by
using the Courts Act together with the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims
Act, the government swept away a 400-year-old common law, which guaranteed that
an Englishman's home was his castle and that no bailiff could break in to
collect civil debts.

Not content with
spying on you at home, our government has also given
away your rights
to other nations as well..  

If your company
does any business with the
US, it has to disclose its financial
accounts to the
US authorities under the Sarbanes Oxley Bill
which our government agreed to.

If you use a
credit card to book an airline ticket, the American authorities will have the
right to inspect other transactions you have made on that card. If you provide
an e-mail address, they will be entitled to read other messages sent or
received on that account.

No parliamentary
debate, no public discussion, no democracy and I bet your MP hasn’t got a clue. Time for them
to wake

But all of this
is done in your name, its all for ‘your security’.  So that’s ok then.

Since 9/11, there
has been a few terror scares but only a single terror act in the UK, the London
bombings on 7/7, for which the police and security services have failed to
present any evidence, only a derisory report, which is full
of unsubstantiated and unverifiable information, but the Police demanded and
received legislation allowing them discretionary powers that properly belong to
the courts. 

When London train bombers are identified as perfectly
normal nice young men and, one year later, police have found not a scrap of
evidence to connect them or anyone else with the bombings, its very likely that
they really were just nice young men.

The men:,,22989-1693739,00.html

One year on:,,22989-2254680.html 

The authorities
have failed to convince me, and many others that this was a terrorist act.  There are suggestions that it was a
government engineered event to get public sympathy for the mass of new
legislation.  Was it a Lie? A
ludicrous diversion
, A means to an end?

It would go some
way to explain why there is a dogged refusal for a public enquiry into these
bombings.  I remain sceptical. 

What is clear
however, is that with the newly acquired powers to arrest and detain, that over
1,000 mainly Muslim men, women and children have been rounded up since
7/7.  Most have since been released
without charge, but some are still in detention or subject to restraint orders.

The modus
operandi of any fledgling authoritarian state is;

  • Create a fear, real or contrived.
  • Engineer events to give credence to
    that fear.
  • Find a portion of the population to
    blame for that fear.
  • Enact laws to ‘protect’ the majority.
  • Neuter the press.
  • Further engineered events, keep up
    the scare propaganda.
  • Save the majority by containing, then
    detaining the target group.
  • Introduction of emergency powers and
    the suspension of political and judicial process
  • Look for other groups to blame.
  • Total control 

Is it beginning
to start to ring bells, look familiar.   
Germany, Russia, East Germany.

I think we have
already reached stages 1-4, and are working on stage 5.

Stages 5, 6, 7 and
8? – Sir Ian Blair, Metropolitan Police Commissioner while addressing the Reform
Club Media Group in Oct 06 stated,
“The British people should 'brace themselves for a truly appalling act of terror'.
He said that following this act of barbarism 'people would be talking quite
openly about internment',”  

No doubt he will
find a willing supplicant in the tougher than tough Home Secretary John Reid, a
member of Communist Party of GB from 1973. (of the biographies I have
found none give a date that he left the CPGB or joined the Labour Party).

Sir Ian Blair has
almost on a weekly basis since that meeting made announcements of impending
terrorist activity, and called for yet more powers for the police.  Keeping up the scare propaganda?



suggestion is that perhaps there is no Al Queda at all. 

Yes we all know
that there are terror organisations, but a super HQ of terrorism called Al
Queda.?  Its almost like Dr Evil, James
Bond, or S.P.E.C.T.O.R. from the Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Had anyone heard of Al Queda before 9/11, was it a lie dreamed up by the skunk works in Washington, adopted by London and used as the motivation to scare the
hell out of everyone.  Hence the ‘we need
to protect you’ mentality that now motivates government’. 

To quote Adolf
Hitler: 'The grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it
has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars.'.

There is a
documentary that was screened by the
BBC, in March 04, called 'The Power of Nightmares'.

It strongly suggests that
there is no Al Queda network. That it is a fiction.  Draw your own conclusions. 

The video may be
viewed here:


We know that
power corrupts, but total power corrupts totally.

Is all of this
that I have written true?. I just don’t know for sure, but I see enough evidence to make
me truly sceptical and believe that if left unchecked we are certainly on the
road to authoritarianism.

At the moment, we
can still make requests to see what government are doing, although various
departments are furnishing less and less information in response to Freedom of
Information requests, but by Easter, unless our MP’s wake up, we may have lost
that right as well.


Does any of this
concern you?.  I have nothing to hide, so
I have nothing to fear, I hear you say. 
So did the German shoemaker who was attributed to writing this in 1940.


When the Nazis
came for the communists,
I remained silent;
I was not a communist.

When they locked up the social democrats,
I remained silent;
I was not a social democrat.

When they came for the trade unionists,
I did not speak out;
I was not a trade unionist.

When they came for me,
I looked around,
and there was no one left to speak out.



Don’t be the last
one to look….


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0 Responses to There is something very nasty going on in Britain – update

  1. Anonymous says:

    The poem is usually attributed to Martin Niemoller. It exists in many versions.
    For me it doesn't matter so much whether there's a real terrorist plot or if it's all set up as in Orwell's 1984. It's not possible to prove either way and we need to defend our own freedoms whatever the truth. But I do begin to realise how people in the 1930s turned a blind eye to the repression and persecution around them. It's so much easier not to think about the treatment of asylum seekers in detention centres, for instance – and I have friends who begin to think ASBOs might be useful against people who annoy or distress them, without considering the huge change in legal standards, practices and rights involved. (An ASBO is a law framed to control an individual, who is prevented from doing what other people can do freely – it's been the model for anti-terrorism law because it can imprison people for doing something which is not illegal for the rest of the population.)
    The repsonsibility to think, speak out and communicate has never seemed so urgent.