Two things…

The ONS report into lifestyles and the chilling warning from Sir Hugh Orde about the police planning more extreme tactics. These two items you may think are totally unrelated, but you could not be more wrong, because they reflect not today’s politics but the public reaction to the politics.

In the first item, the ONS report covers quite a lot of ground but the thing that is of interest here is that volunteering has fallen, and has been falling for the past 5 years. The public has switched off.

This is understandable when you consider the huge number of fake charities, those bodies set up as charities which are funded in whole or part by government for the purpose of lobbying and social engineering, not charitable works.

Also understandable is peoples reaction to politicians and ministers bringing about the post democratic age, the Big Society, which is a communist/communitarian social experiment of which compulsory volunteering is an essential part, as it is of any authoritarian regime. (and even as I write have just seen a tweet from @RogerHelmerMEP: Another “Citizen’s Agora”. The European Parliament continues to push post-democratic “governance by NGOs.”)

So yes, the public are switching off to government, its social engineering, its nudging, its undemocratic methodologies, but more importantly they are also switching off and beginning to ignore one of the key elements of a civilised society, law and order.

The public no longer trust the police, they now see them as a state body which at every turn is trying to catch them out, to hound them, to suppress and force them into compliance with the thousands of new anti democratic and draconian rules being imposed, to criminalise them, to fine them, to deprive them of their liberty at every opportunity.

They have seen the police lie to the public, to parliament and the press, they have seen the tactics of communist regimes being employed against peaceful demonstrations, they have seen military methods used by the police to infiltrate and agitate otherwise harmless groups for political purposes (to gain influence, funding and equipment), whilst at the same time being seen to act illegally setting up operational units and databases with no legal authority, and protect corrupt politicians and officials.

To make matters worse we have the head of a private limited company, the ACPO, which has illegally set itself up as the voice and governing body of police forces across the UK, telling the public that if they don’t behave, the police are going to get even more violent and extreme to make them comply. That is simply the mentality of thugs in uniform.

The trust in the police has gone, the belief in justice has gone and Orde thinks that in his role as a private NGO he can bully the public into submission. He is a fool who is storing up far more trouble not less.

The public is growing bolder, spurred on by the sight of students making fools of the police, even though they may not support the aims of the students, the public feeling of detestation of the police is stronger. They no longer fear the police or politicians, which is how it should be.

It is also spurred on by the images and events in Tunisia, in Jordan, in Egypt. The British public have seen with their own eyes how regime change can be brought about.

There is now a growing population in the UK that no longer simply want a change in political party which is just more of the same spin, lying and corruption, they want a change that is fundamental to the restoration of their rights and liberties, and for that they will be willing to go into the streets to achieve it.

Sir Hugh Orde had better understand that Regime change is now on the agenda in the UK, and the public will not tolerate his kind of police thuggery in order to maintain the status quo.

The politicians also need to understand. If they don’t step back, if they don’t repeal those draconian laws (not tinker with), if they don’t listen to the aspirations of the people (as they advised Mubarak to do), then eventually they too will go the same way as President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.

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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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20 Responses to Two things…

  1. Note: Smoking Ban and the EU Referendum are the top 2 items on the public list.

  2. swbk2345 says:

    Great post Ian. You can just feel the tension building can’t you?

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  4. EDDIE G says:

    Well right ian, i was refused a bottle of water in a warwickshire pub on jan 1st for being told i had to much to drink, the police was called two officers draged me out the pub threw me to the ground one cuffed me, whilst the other punched me in the back of my head as i was face down, and recieved cuts to my head and face, as i had shown no restraint at all i was then taken to the police station and charged with public disorder, and spent the night in a cell, when in court i told the magistrates of this ordeal who did,nt seem to give a toss and fined me £155, i point blank told them i will not be paying one penny of that fine, so i suppose i will be back in court soon for non payment of fines when i will tell them to shove it up their ass, so as you say ian police bruitality police state eh! by the way ian hope your well now.

  5. swbk2345 says:

    I can’t find the relevant document that specifies the EU referendum and smoking. The ONS report links to loads of separate documents. Do you remember which one it was?

  6. Nick says:

    Ian, you are addressing points that few are able to grasp or even to accept could be happening in “blighty”! Worryingly organisations like UKIP & others refuse to accept such information. Brian Gerrish, who I know very well, has spoken on similar topics for years. He was banned from talking at UKIP meetings!

    I wonder why this happens, and wonder if this is another example of the control the establishment appears to have ove the ” useful idiots”?

  7. Vicky says:

    Nick,

    The 16 most senior politicians in the Conservative and Labour parties, including Francis Maude, Ken Clarke, Cameron, William Hague, Brown, David Milliband, Peter Mandleson are Bilderbergers, the 140 strong band of ultra senior Freemasons whose job it is to build the EU dictatorship.

    No Bilderberger, Freemason or Comman Purpose graduate should ever be allowed to hold public office.

    UKIP and the BNP are honeytraps to neutralise activists: UKIP is riddled with Freemasons and Common Purpose like a cancer, and the BNP controlled by the Edgar Griffin (father) and son Nick Freemasonry family. The 350,000 freemasons and the 40,000 strong Common Purpose Organisation are the (mostly unknowing) footsoldiers of the EU in Britain. (Which makes the BNP the easiest party to clean up – get rid of the Griffins, and put in a real anti-EU leadership.)

    http://eutruth.org.uk/

    This from the late Christopher Story FRSA

    BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY CONFIRMED AS A GERMAN ‘BLACK OPERATION’
    One more thing. The British National Party (BNP), which exploits the Union Jack (UK flag) in all its publicity, was exposed several years ago to this Editor as a covert operation run by German ‘Black’ intelligence. One key achievement of this operation has been precisely to STEAL and ERADICATE national sentiment along with the flag, so that anyone expressing views such as that Third World immigration needs to be controlled or stopped, that the integrity of the nation state is paramount and sacrosanct, and that pride in one’s country is meritorious, is in danger of being labelled (by the Great Brainwashed) as a BNP ‘fellow-traveller’.

    On 18th April, it was reported that the London organiser of the BNP, Bob Bailey, is the husband of a German Embassy diplomat. He married Ms. Martina Borgfeldt in Australia in 1999 after meeting her while serving in the Royal Marines in Africa. The current Diplomatic List shows that this woman is an ‘assistant attaché’ at the German Embassy in Mayfair, Central London. Mr Bob Bailey lives in accommodation provided by the German Embassy in London.

    In a damage limitation exercise, an anonymous spinning source ‘close to the German Embassy’ said that Mr Bailey had never told his wife that he was a BNP leader, and that she only found out about it when confronted by her superiors. Mr Bob Bailey is leader of the opposition grouping on Barking and Dagenham Council, which he hopes to take control of on 6th May.

    As such, he holds a public position and therefore his political affiliation is manifestly in the public domain. Accirdingly, the source of this ‘spin’, presumably an operative taking orders from German intelligence, was engaged in a clumsy attempt to cover up the fact that the British National Party is indeed, as we ourselves found out several years ago, a covert confusion-building operation run by Deutsche Verteidigungs Dienst, its purpose being to smother genuine British national pride and to reinforce the oppression of ‘nationalism’ – which, if it were to flourish, would threaten pan-German hegemony strategy and the internationalist agenda.

    http://www.worldreports.org/news/286_world_revolution_agentur_at_each_others_throats

    Nick Griffin’s father is W. Bro. Edgar Griffin P.G.J.D., R.A.M.G.R. Provincial Grand Master of Grand Lodge of North Wales (Former).

  8. Nick Green says:

    Vicky my question was rhetorical, but thanks for the reply.

    I have copies of a recent coalition Government Cabimnet meeting. Amongst other things, they confirm the relationship between Francis Maude and Julia Middleton, head of Common Purpose (UK). The Government are employing CP to “re-frame” the thinking of 220 top civil servants. I have the names of every single Common Purpose Graduate in Cumberland & Westmorland (Cumbria). I am regularly given information from certain public funded organisations including the minutes from CP Advisory Group Meetings. In fact some are held at Penrith Police Headquarters.

    These people have to be smashed, and soon!

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  10. tomsmith says:

    Nick, can you get lists of CP graduates for other areas?

  11. Nick Green says:

    Personally I concentrate on my own area. A good place to start is http://www.cpexposed.com/, one of Brian Gerrish’s sites. Interestingly this site was recently taken down on the orders of Common Purpose! Find your area then start digging. Ask questions, submit FOI’s, ask more questions. They absolutely hate it! Remember FOI’s must be answered within 20 working days.

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  13. jameshigham says:

    It’s the turning of the police which is the most dismaying. One expects government to be our enemy but the police are still supposed to be there to protect us. We do believe so many fairy tales, don’t we?

    • I suspect that ‘The Police’ have always harboured a desire to ‘turn’ but were prevented from doing so by effective political controls. Once it was obvious that government had effectively been hijacked by self-serving, spineless, weak-willed, centralising, anti-democratic, cowardly bullies with strong authoritarian inclinations they saw their opportunity.

    • Bill says:

      James
      I know a few coppers and I have to say that not all of them ‘love the state’ and ‘hate the proles’. The majority actually hate the state because it forces them to tick boxes and hit targets rather than solve crime and put horrible people away.

      With that said there are many thugs within the police who will do anything they are told as long as they can wear a uniform whilst doing it. As ever working out which is which is a bloody nightmare, unless you know them personally.

      • ‘ … it forces them to tick boxes and hit targets … ‘

        No one forces them to do anything.

        ‘ … there are many thugs within the police who will do anything they are told as long as they can wear a uniform whilst doing it. As ever working out which is which is a bloody nightmare, unless you know them personally.’

        It’s safer to assume that they’re all thugs.

  14. Those were the two items at the top of my list, Ian, and Imade a point of posting on Clegg’s sham “public consultation” website and visiting often to see new comments. The so-called “new politics” was shown to be nothing of the sort in a very short space of time. That was the point, (in a matter of just a few weeks), when my worst fears and pre-election suspicions were confirmed – the new lot are almost as bad as the previous lot except they’re better at it – unlike Labour, they present us with a joke and a smile as they insert the knife between the ribs and twist it!

    It’s time we were out in the streets.

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