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THEY REALLY MUST THINK WE’RE BLOODY STUPID

By Pete Moore On February 20th, 2012

Reports The Telegraph: “Details of every phone call and text message, email traffic and websites visited online are to be stored in a series of vast databases under new Government anti-terror plans.”

This, the 14th year of New Labour tyranny, is marked by the government resurrecting a scheme which it promised to shelve when in opposition. Well done Tory voters, you’ve been done again. The Security Services are said to have persuaded Theresa May, Commissar for the Interior, of the need wreck any notion of privacy, because of the London Olympics, “which they fear will be a major target for terror attacks, and amid a climate of concern about terrorists’ use of the internet.”

It’s enough to make a cat gag. I might feel like not laughing had we not just found out that 500,000 foreigners have been waved into Britain in the last four years without the slightest check on who they are or what their business is. Reports the Telegraph: “500,000 people were allowed to enter Britain on the Eurostar without being checked against a warning index between 2007 and 2011, it emerged today.”

Who knows how many Qatadas have been waved in? But so concerned is the government about security ahead of the Olympics that all privacy is now verboten? Oh sod off. If you aid and abet terrorists you are a terrorist in the view of the State. As far as I’m concerned the LibLabCon gang, therefore, are terrorists. They aid not just terrorists. Word goes around quickly and no doubt rapists, violent criminals and people traffickers have been aided and abetted by LibLabCon.

Immediately Labour and Conservative criminals are pointing fingers at each other. Ignore them all because they are all to blame.

10 Responses to “THEY REALLY MUST THINK WE’RE BLOODY STUPID”

  1. In order to impose the blanket control of the communications upon the British people who, as themselves, are greatly peaceful andlaw-abiding, a problem had to be imported in order to provide the pretext for absolute control. Open borderes and mass importation of the violent and useless from the 3rd-world has provided the pretext.

    Here is an article from Catholic Insight:

    http://catholicinsight.com/online/features/article_882.shtml

    To further the advance of their ‘quiet’ cultural revolution – but giving us no ideas about their plans for the future – the (Frankfurt) School recommended (among other things):

    1. The creation of racism offences.
    2. Continual change to create confusion
    3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children
    4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority
    5. Huge immigration to destroy identity.
    6. The promotion of excessive drinking
    7. Emptying of churches
    8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime
    9. Dependency on the state or state benefits
    10. Control and dumbing down of media
    11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family

    – And this is what’s happening, but why? Why do these ideologues wish to destroy the countries and societies in which they themselves live?

  2. The ridiculous thing is, I’m sure that any serious terrorists out there are already fully cognisant of the need to safeguard their communications, and are pretty much able to do so.

  3. Allan@Aberdeen –

    Yes, they are all derived from Frankfurt School theory. At its root is the belief that the socialist triumph of the working classes will not come about as Marx predicted.

    Adherents to Frankfurt School theory believe it will be brought about instead by culture. They identify the “cultural hegemony” of the established order (religion, marriage, morality, patriotism and cultural identity etc) as those obstacles which blind the working classes and prevent them from rising to revolution. Therefore, this cultural hegemony needs to be overturned, hence the culture war of the last 65 years which is broken down into that list in Catholic Insight.

    What many know as political correctness is more correctly called Cultural Marxism.

  4. My secret contact at the Ministry of curtain twitchers has just revealed to me that following an exhaustive investigation into the online witterings of Mr Pete Moore and Mr Alan Aberdeen the government’s superdoopersnooper computer has concluded that so utterly alike are they in every thought and utterance that they are henceforth to be officially regarded as the same person 😉

  5. Unfortunately, comrade Colm, the Ministry of Absolute Truth has just denounced the entire Ministry of Curtain Twitchers as heretics and counter-revolutionaries. All known members are to be liquidised henceforth. (Sorry, but that’s the way it works, comrade).

  6. Seriously, though, it’s interesting (I think) that Allan links an article from “Catholic Insight”. I really do think that the ‘cultural marxists’ both misunderstand and underestimate the role of the Church (not just the RC, I mean Christian churches in general) and their ability to counteract these Marxist programmes. You just watch; the Christian churches will be absolutely pivotal in their resistance to what is happening.

  7. WOW………I could be famous!

  8. “the Christian churches will be absolutely pivotal in their resistance to what is happening.”

    Well, if so, they certainly got off to a bad start with that list:

    Or do you really think “cultural Marxists”, doing the work of “Satan” of course, are deliberately attempting

    2. Continual change to create confusion ?

    The Continual change that these conservatives apparently find so upsetting is due much more to modern technology and changing economic and working patterns than to anything else. And they are in turn as much a result of Conservative policies as of “Marxists”

    Then we have

    3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children

    Yes, people: Don’t teach your children about sex, and if we pretend homosexuality doesn’t exist, maybe it’ll go away (at least outside Church seminaries)

    7. Emptying of churches

    Oh, please.
    OK, how many of our Conservatives here, now honestly lads, went to church last Sunday?
    And how many of the much despised Liberals/Lefties did?

    4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority

    And, get this, right afterwards Pete Moore (yes, sending-your-kids-to-state-school-is-child-abuse Pete Moore) says that undermining schools’ authority is part of a hugely evil neo-Marxist plan.

    The rest are also absolute hogwash. Basically, these conservative Christian writers and their defenders are whinging that every change in the world they don’t like was dreamed up and enforced by them bad Marxies.

    Surely the most all-encompassing conspiracy theory of them all.

    And lastly

    6. The promotion of excessive drinking

    So our church-going, school-supporting, conscientious family man Mahons is really a cultural Marxist after all!

  9. And, get this, right afterwards Pete Moore (yes, sending-your-kids-to-state-school-is-child-abuse Pete Moore) says that undermining schools’ authority is part of a hugely evil neo-Marxist plan.

    That’s a good point.

  10. It’s a misplaced point.

    The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority has happened already in many ways. Schools were once respected, local institutions, teachers were once natural authority figures.

    Now, monolithic comprehensive uneducation has been imposed and is run from a monolithic education ministry, they and the curriculum is a tool of child abuse, designed to inculcate political propaganda in the minds of the young and funky modern teaching methods still prevail.

    If anyone disagrees that schools and the curriculum are not political tools, please explain for what other reason a 7 year old boy can be subject to the politically motivated, confusing and traumatic experience of being labelled a racist in a British school. Explain the philosophy behind such a regime.

    Yes, there are no end of very good reasons for parents to do everything possible to keep their children away from contact with the State.