posted on Feb, 10 2018 @ 01:08 PM
a reply to: GeneralMayhem
Then they are best placed to serve and protect . They can trust , through local knowledge and powers , in each other , healing divides and
solving social problems with
Yes, and they can implement a political will that may not be approved by/or wanted by the People.
Then again, I forget nobody in the UK thought it relevant to ever codify basic human rights like our magnificent founders did. (you know, like: the
right to speak freely: including "hate speech"
, the right to keep and bear arms: including "weapons of war" for the sole purpose of
destroying a tyranny at the People's sole discretion
, the right to be secure in your homes/personal belongings, and be free from unwarranted
searches and seizures or spying, the right to tell the government to piss off when they request you incriminate yourself: such as avoiding
disclosure of encryption keys, or even the use of strong cryptography to prevent searches you don't explicitly authorize (the ultimate insurance
and so much more.
UK = socialist nightmare of a police-state. I would never live there, visit or conduct business with UK companies anymore than I would a Venuzuela, NK
or any of the other tin-pot dictatorships out there.