reply to post by HelenConway
Freeborn - It is correct and right to compare the United Kingdom of Great Britain with the great Stasi police enforcement agency of East Germany.
No it isn't, it's just plain ridiculous - please supply some comparisons and examples to support your claim.
This thread is not about that - but care to start a thread about it and I will explain why with evidence,
So why did you mention it in the first place?
You brought it up without any supportive evidence at all - convenient that you backtrack when asked to supply some.
Which is not hard to find - start with 'common purpose' which has infiltrated all major organisations in the UK such as the police force and
education, the legal system and health.
Yes, I agree that Common Purpose is an insidious organisation whose agenda is at odds with the interests of the majority of the UK population but
likening it to The Stasi etc is best described as a bit of a stretch to say the least.
Next we can talk about fifith columnists, an expression that was first coined during the Spanish Civil war to indicate those from within who are
aiming to destroy the system, take down the country and confuse.
Those who control this country can hardly be described as 'fifth columnists' - their aim is to maintain the stauts quo and the system that allows
them so much control etc whilst 'fifth columnists' seek to undermine the system.
Then we will end with Bilderberg and the undemocratic unrepresentative EU.
Two nefarious organisations.
But again, their purpose is to manipulate events and policy to enable the elites control - but this is nothing new.
You don't think you will get arrested for speaking freely - then I challenge you to book a place at speakers corner and discuss immigration. How long
before you are arrested ? I give it 30 minutes !
It's been a very long time since I've been to Speakers Corner, (these days I try to restrict my visits to London to Camden Town or drinking
establishments en route to concert venues - London is a cesspit), but I've got to say I don't know of anyone being arrested for speaking about
anything there as long as they have stayed within legal bounderies - I could quite easily be wrong about that though.
I suspect that if I took you up on that challenge - which to be honest I have absolutely no intention of doing, public speaking is something I have no
desire to partake in and I doubt very much that I could talk for 30 minutes about anything other than music and drinking - I'm reasonably certain
that as long as my speech didn't include any 'hate speech' etc then I wouldn't be arrested - we'll never find out.
Perhaps you have some instances where speakers have been arrested?
Plus someone in the Isle of Wight was arrested for singing 'Hong Kong Phooey' on a Kareoke machine in a pub at a Kareoke night.. it is a hate crime
And millions up and down the country weren't arrested for singing the same song.
One example of stupidity is not evidence that it is endemic or typical - surely you know that?
Less of the insults though please.
A difference of opinion is not an insult.
If you think it is well...............?
Please show me where I have insulted you?