I read the following article from the BBC yesterday and it sent chills down my spine! The very fact that the UK government is confident enough to
announce this is testament to how sheep-like, domesticated and powerless the UK population have become. This is the next stage in the New World
Order's hellish plan for the UK. What comes after this; ASBO's/cautions for anyone who writes anything on the web that is anti-government?
1 April 2012 Last updated at 20:43 GMT
(BBC) The government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, texts, and website visits of everyone in the UK, under new legislation set to be
Internet firms will be required to give intelligence agency GCHQ access to communications on demand, in real time.
The Home Office says the move is key to tackling crime and terrorism, but civil liberties groups have criticised it.
Please notice how the classic TOTALITARIAN TIPTOE method (as coined by David Icke) is being used here to further blockade the British people in their
own homes. The UK has already become a police state; a giant prison in which the bars and walls are becoming progressively more numerous.
Here is a link to an excellent video which should inform and interest my American brothers and sisters, as well as everyone else:
We have GOT to make a stand now and inform everyone we can about what is going on. It doesn't matter if people think you are crazy, we have got to
wake up the masses, otherwise this world will quickly go down the toilet! Remember the golden rule: you cannot unhear something! If we inform enough
people then we shall see the global awakening increase in speed (and by God, it needs to increase in speed, and it needs to do that now!).
Just think: if they are publically announcing this now how many years were they doing it before admitting it? I've just always assumed that this sort
of thing has always been happening since the inception of the internet. It's a fair assumption that anything you do or say on the net is being
monitored by somebody somewhere. No surprise!
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