On the Day we Remember our Fallen, a new danger from within

Back in March 2009 I wrote an article called – ‘Will you open fire on UK citizens’ Army personnel being asked – and I was slated for being so stupid and naive, for scaremongering. Only four days ago I wrote about the evil EU empire. I said then, as I have said many times before:

My contempt for this EUSSR now runs at an all time high. I have said many times that the construct of an empire of this nature can only be done peacefully with the consent of the people, without that consent it can only be held together by force.

You do not have that consent. I now await those forces to show their hand at my door and attempt to impose their will.

This empire of liars will be no different to any other, but history teaches us that eventually, the people always win.

Let me reiterate: without that consent it can only be held together by force.

No Surprise.

It has not taken them that long to show their hands. It is no small wonder then that today, of all days, we hear this from the Observer/Guardian: H/T LiberalConspiracy.

As police face continued criticism for failing to control the march, the Observer has learned that defence firms are working closely with UK armed forces and contemplating a “militarisation” strategy to counter the threat of civil disorder.

The trade group representing the military and security industry says firms are in negotiation with senior officers over possible orders for armoured vehicles, body scanners and better surveillance equipment.

The move coincides with government-backed attempts to introduce the use of unmanned spy drones throughout UK airspace, facilitating an expansion of covert surveillance that could provide intelligence on future demonstrations.

Derek Marshall, of the trade body Aerospace, Defence and Security (ADS), said that such drones could eventually replace police helicopters. He added that military manufacturers had discussed police procurement policies with the government, as forces look to counter an identified threat of civil disobedience from political extremists.

Meanwhile police sources say they have detected an increase in the criminal intentions of political extremists and are monitoring “extreme leftwing activity” in light of last week’s student protest.

The office of the National Co-ordinator for Domestic Extremism (NCDE) said it was feeding information to Scotland Yard’s National Public Order Intelligence Unit, which holds a database of protest groups. NCDE, which in turn works closely with the Confidential Intelligence Unit that monitors political groups throughout the UK, said it had already recorded a rise in politically motivated disorder.

Let us be very clear, this is not about a few rowdy students, this is a disproportionate response to policing failures in a soviet style people control programme.

The National Public Order Intelligence Unit is a nefarious unit that has re-branded lawful protest as ‘domestic extremism’. NCDE, NECTU, NDET and NPOIU are run and operated by the private limited company ACPO in cooperation with the NPIA operating many illegal databases.

ACPO is not a police force, answerable to no elected officials and it is in the business of the politics of fear for profit.

The term “domestic extremism” is now common currency within the police. It is a phrase which shapes how forces seek to control demonstrations. It has led to the personal details and photographs of a substantial number of protesters being stored on secret police databases around the country. There is no official or legal definition of the term.

If the police think that public reaction to the OTT policing at the London G20 in which Ian Tomlinson died was severe, how do they consider the public will react to tanks, armoured cars and military drones.

On the day that we remember those who paid with their lives to ensure our freedom, we must beware of those who work inside this country to undermine everything they had won.

Perhaps it is time to start to recognise who the real terrorist in the UK are. We should start by petitioning the Home Secretary to list ACPO as a terrorist organisation, for spreading fear where there is none, for inciting and terrorising the public with their operational ‘instructions’ to police forces & terror related material and operating outside of the law.

My friend Wittering from Witney reminds me of this quote from Winston Churchill in 1933:

The worst difficulties from which we suffer do not come from without, they come from within. They come from a peculiar type in our country who if they add something to its culture, take much from its strength. Our difficulties come from the mood of unwarrantable self-abasement into which we have been cast by a powerful section of our own intellectuals. They come from the acceptance of defeatist doctrines by a large proportion of our politicians. But what have they to offer but a vague internationalism, a squalid materialism and the promise of impossible Utopias.

We are in no less danger today. Every repressive move by any government selling the politics of fear will only harden the determination of the populous that we will never become the slaves in the next East Germany.

This empire of liars will be no different to any other, but history teaches us that eventually, the people always win.

About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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  3. Derek Reynolds says:

    During the ‘Cold War’ years I had a colleague who would rabbit on about a Civil Defense Army to control the population in a nuclear event, about secret underground bunkers, food stores, and ‘contingency’ plans to reduce a militant population. Fanciful, thought I, and slightly absurd. With such an event seemingly less likely, a new ‘enemy’ has emerged – the terrorist. Imagined, fabricated or real, the new threat is all around us, ready to stike at our urban heart. Or is he? Has he not been here all along, planning his construct in the halls of Westminster, Brussels, and the Pentagon. I do believe so.

    My wife has marched past the Whitehall Cenotaph today, and she will be back later with stories of camaraderie and emotion. There is where the British heart lay – amongst the people. There is the heart that would be pierced.

    • Derek, You hit the nail on the head.

      In case you have not seen it, I did a post previously on how they are selling the politics of fear, and that our only way to fight back is to starve the beast.


      • Derek Reynolds says:

        Thanks for the link Ian, Learning of such constructs and their methodology is truly an act of de-contructing fear and uncertainty. I have some more learning to do! What education – and all the state taught me was how to read, write, and add numbers – and that was Grammar School! All part of the plan. At least they taught me to read, I wonder if they regret that?

  4. WitteringsfromWitney says:

    Ta for link IPJ.

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