Political Cultural and Social Issues
Political Correctness: Index of Topics
Cultural Marxism's "Long March Through The Institutions" of Western Civilisation
"I saw the
revolutionary destruction of Society as the one and only solution.
A worldwide overturning of values cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values
and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries"
[George Lukacs, The Frankfurt School]
"We will make the
West so corrupt that it stinks"
[Willi Munzenberg, The Frankfurt School]
The Frankfurt School recommended: "an unreliable legal system with a bias against victims of crime" [source]
The UK: A Police State
Police, CPS, Surveillance, Crime, Justice, Political Arrests
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The UK Government | The UK Police Forces | Surveillance | Controlling the Internet
The UK: A Police State: Political Arrests: Dissidents, Truthtellers, Whistleblowers
The UK: A Police State: Political Arrests: Melanie Shaw | Tommy Robinson: Enemy of the State
Crime, Law Enforcement, Courts, Judges, Legal System | Petitions | Blogs and Websites | Recommended Reading
Enemies of the State | The Frankfurt School | Programmes of Treason | A Police State: Quotations
Political Correctness: Index of Articles | Political Correctness: Index of Quotes and Comments
"We fought two World wars and countless other wars to keep these islands free from tyranny
only to find that by stealth and deceit our very own government has become the greatest tyrant of them all"
[comment at source].
"The British state already tells you what
you can and can't say.
It informs you who must be respected and who hated. It lets you know, in no uncertain terms, how you are to address people.
It wags its finger at you if you step ever so slightly from a straight line it has painted ahead of you" [source].
Upset an MP on Social Media? Prepare to Lose Your Voting Rights (23 December 2017)
"Having learned nothing from the past three years of populist insurgency, rather than facing up to their shortcomings and accepting the validity of justified criticism (and the inevitability of unjustified criticism) the political class is instead preparing to further insulate itself from public accountability ... if [this new report] is enforced with the same arbitrary capriciousness as all other UK speech laws [it] would inevitably see many people unjustly stripped of their basic civil rights while other, worse 'offenders' who happen to hold officially sanctioned opinions go unmolested..."
That Knock on the Door in the Middle of the Night (28 May 2014)
"One of the most frightening and characteristic features of a police state is the terrible occurrence of being woken in the middle of the night by state security forces. Whether it was Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, or Mao's China, this was an ever-present reality and fear for many millions of ordinary citizens. ... millions of people were rounded up in such totalitarian societies, and millions were killed. ... the almost unthinkable is now happening: the once free world is well on its way to becoming another police state..."
"'As London prepares to throw the world a $14 billion party, it seems fair to ask the question: What does it get out of the bargain?' ... what is London showing the world? ... if the security for the 2012 Olympics is anything to go by, it would seem that London is ... showing the world how easy it is to make the move to a police state without much opposition from the populace. It's what the Romans used to refer to as 'bread and circuses'..."
Courage is the Best Defence Against Charges of Racism (12 June 2012)
"The British liberal elite relies on fear to drive the enforcement of their totalitarian doctrine of political correctness, of which multiculturalism and 'anti-racism' for the central part. The political elite - backed and aided by their auxiliaries in the mainstream media, public service, academia and the the ethnic minorities themselves, with big business tagging along provided the globalist and laissez faire tune is played by the politicians - create and feed on that fear in various ways..."
The New Dark Age (21 April 2012)
"I know, whenever anyone mentions 'police state', the drones scoff. Police state? You're mad. Your tinfoil hat is too tight. There's no police state and it's not going to happen. Well, let's see now ... What's coming is worse than a police state. Worse than Mao's China of blue overalls ... What's coming is a new Dark Age, and future historians will wonder what happened to the human race in the 21st century because it will look very much as if nobody did anything at all, even though the records of the time are complete for every single person's life in 15-minute increments. You know the worst part?..."
YOUTUBE: Britain's Hate Speech Police (30 November 2017)
"UK police have been politicised by Common Purpose cultural Marxism..."
London is Falling: UK Capital Now More Dangerous than NYC... (21 October 2017)
"The revelation flies in the face of claims by London's Muslim mayor, Sidiq Khan, that 'London is the safest global city in the world' ... in London police now claim that investigating shoplifters, vandals, and other perpetrators of 'low level' crime is now 'not practical' ... Meanwhile, British police forces pursue the posters of 'offensive' comments online, with a reported 3,395 arrests for social media use in one year ... [and] reach out to minority communities with stunts like vinyl-wrapping police patrol cars in LGBT flags and working with discredited groups like Tell MAMA..."
YOUTUBE: UK: Rise of the Police State (01 September 2016)
"Around the western world, freedom, that has for centuries been fought for and paid in the blood and lives of those whose ancestors are native to the West, is collapsing - no, not collapsing; imploding. Freedom of thought, freedom of opinion, freedom of expression, are all under serious assault. And if you thought things couldn't get much worse, you'd be wrong. Governments at every level work with the courts and media while using the police as enforcers of approved state opinion, and are running roughshod over the corpse of what was once the free and democratic West..."
YOUTUBE: Britain's Cultural Problem (07 November 2014)
"When people come together for a common purpose, so to speak, it can make a big difference to community cohesion; and recently, in several English towns, we've seen particular cohesion, if we can call it that, between members of the Pakistani Muslim adult male community and the white female child community, thanks largely to the co-operation of the police and social services and especially the Labour Party, who've been very pro-active in helping to facilitate this cultural connection. Safe to say that without their vital contribution it simply couldn't have happened..."
More 5 Year Demo Bans Handed Out Today (15 January 2013)
"The lads that were jailed today in Leeds have also been given 5 year demo bans. These have only ever been given to EDL members. Police say they have introduced them to stop people from hijacking peaceful protests. How come then not one left wing rioter has ever been given one?..."
Whatever Happened to Free Speech? (27 October 2012)
"Readers will remember the appalling way the EDL were treated while exercising our democratic freedom to meet and protest in Walthamstow last month. Today was set as the return to Walthamstow..."
Policing by Consent (03 October 2012)
"Robert Peel's nine principles of policing define a type of policing that is 'derived not from fear but almost exclusively from public co-operation with the police... which secures and maintains for them the approval, respect and affection of the public'. The principles are as relevant today as when they were first written more than 150 years ago - but how far do today's police live up to them?..."
EDL Walthamstow: Police Allow Violence from Cameron backed UAF (04 September 2012)
"New video evidence shows the sheer scale of violence and intimidation used by the far-left organised counter demonstration. The Metropolitan police can be seen losing control of the situation and then giving in to the perpetrators..."
The Failure of the Metropolitan Police in Walthamstow (02 September 2012)
"The above photo - a screen shot from a video - shows EDL leader Tommy Robinson speaking to his supporters from the window of a police van in Walthamstow yesterday afternoon. 'But Baron,' you say, 'why was Tommy sitting in a police van? Why wasn't he standing on the platform speaking to the crowd at the demo? Was he arrested? Did he break the law?' Those are all good questions, and none of the answers reflect well on the Metropolitan Police or the British civil authorities..."
Victim Says Her Complaints ... Were Ignored by Police (14 May 2012)
"Azad Miah's ... youngest victim, aged 12, said she gave up talking to the police about the takeaway owner pestering her for sex in exchange for cash because nothing was being done..."
The Police 'Service' (No Date)
"Before I start I think I should point out that I am a great supporter of the police as these brave 'PC George Dixon' types are all that stand between us and anarchy. The only problem is that now of course they bear so little resemblance to that stalwart figure that if Jack Warner was alive today he wouldn't recognise a modern bobby..."
PETITION: Repeal the New Surveillance Laws (Investigatory Powers Act) (23 November 2017)
"A bill allowing UK intelligence agencies and police unprecedented levels of power regarding the surveillance of UK citizens [sic] has recently passed ... With this bill, they will be able to hack, read and store any information from any citizen's [sic] computer or phone, without even the requirement of proof that the citizen [sic] is up to no good. This essentially entitles them to free [rein] of your files, whether you're a law-abiding citizen [sic] or not..."
UK Government Snooping Bill Signed Into Law (29 November 2016)
"The U.K. government says a contentious internet surveillance bill that creates databases of Britons' online activity has become law. ... Civil liberties groups have condemned the bill, which requires telecoms companies to keep for a year records of the websites users visited and the apps and messaging services they used, though not the individual pages they looked at or the messages sent..."
YOUTUBE: The Surveillance Society: What It Means to YOU (10 June 2016)
"So, this man has you willingly tell even the most minute details of your life, packages that information up, sells it to advertisers and makes billions of dollars for himself, and lands on the cover of Time magazine as the 'Person of the Year'. While this man, contracted by the US government, uncovers systematic and unprecedented abuses of rights by shadowy government organizations and programs, goes public to warn the world and then proceeds to live life on the run, and is called a 'traitor' by the President of the United States..."
"Local authorities' use of high-tech 'spy-cars' to surreptitiously snoop on motorists has now reached an unprecedented level..."
Your Mobile Phone is Watching You (12 January 2014)
"British security services using American technology to spy on our personal details; German leader Angela Merkel's phone bugged; 60 million Spanish phone calls monitored by the US National Security Agency in just one month. When this super-sized snooping operation is challenged, its defenders claim that the information collected is harmless..."
'Your' Car Won't be Beginning in 2015 (19 April 2012)
"After a certain point it's not paranoia ... Event Data Recorders (EDRs) ... are the 'black boxes' you may have read about that store data about how you drive ... the government, insurance companies - will be able to track your every move, noting (and recording) where you've been and when. This will create a surveillance net beyond anything that ever existed previously ... Our cars were once a tangible expression of the freedom ideal. They are fast becoming mobile cages..."
1984 Was Supposed To Be A Warning, Not A Handbook (05 April 2012)
"The Home Office felt the need to drop a Big Brother sized bomb on Sunday morning in the form of the Communication Capabilities Development Programme (CCDP). The proposals would introduce an unprecedented level of surveillance in a democratic society that would put the UK on a par with China and Iran..."
Cameron and Clegg Betray Nation's Trust on Civil Liberties (03 April 2012)
"It is being widely trailed throughout the MSM that the Government intends to announce in the Queen's Speech their plans to resurrect Labour's authoritarian data-gathering programme; that the Cameron/Clegg coalition intends to oblige internet service providers and telephone companies to monitor and store the contents of every website you visit and every email, text phone conversation you make. ... This is a profoundly concerning development..."
"Britain's snooping watchdog has grave doubts about the mass surveillance project. ... The Office of Information Commissioner said the case had 'not been made' to justify the sweeping expansion in the power of the police and other public bodies to trawl through private communications, including visits to Facebook and eBay. ... Internal ICO papers ... say the Orwellian plan could lead to the innocent being wrongly identified as criminals or terrorists..."
Look Who's Watching: It's Not the FBI, It's Facebook (25 February 2012)
"While full-body scanners and CCTV cameras often evoke Big Brother fears, the growing trend in Surveillance is much closer to home. Social media has become the latest way governments, police and corporations spy on their citizens, most of whom have no idea they are being watched..."
"Each device is linked to a laptop computer and [is] accessible online by police and council officials 24 hours a day. But the trial inside two homes by Croydon council in south London has sparked new fears about invasion of privacy and Britain's 'surveillance society'..."
UK Government to Install Surveillance Cameras in Private Homes (03 August 2009)
"No you aren't reading a passage from George Orwell's 1984 or Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, this is Britain in 2009, a country which already has more surveillance camera watching its population that the whole of Europe put together..."
Every Phone Call, Email or Website 'To Be Monitored' (24 April 2009)
"The proposals will give police and security services the power to snoop on every single communication made by the public with the data then likely to be stored in an enormous national database. The precise content of calls and other communications would not be accessible but even text messages and visits to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter would be tracked..."
Emails Are Less Secure Than Postcards (26 March 2009)
"Emails are 'horrifyingly' insecure and it is safer for people to communicate by postcard, the Government's own security minister warned..."
"[C]oncerns have been raised that the definition of extremism is so vague, it may be used as a fig leaf to persecute those with unfashionable opinions. Colin Hart, Director of The Christian Institute, said 'The word "extremist" has been robbed of all meaning by activists who use it against anyone who disagrees with them. We've already seen a series of witch-hunts against people with traditional views'..."
PETITION: Save Tommy Robinson
"We demand that the Bedfordshire Police stop harassing Tommy Robinson..."
Independent Review Into the Treatment of Tommy Robinson (No Date. Possibly August 2015)
"Tommy has once again been arrested. For whatever reason, this is clearly an illegal attempt to silence him. Tommy has strong views against militant Islam, and there is a deep concern that somebody is trying to keep him quiet. During his times in prison, Tommy has been attacked on numerous occasions. He has received an enormous amount of death threats, including threats to his wife and children - which the police have not done anything about - yet they feel the need to put him in prison to stop him from attending an event that celebrates freedom of speech. Whether you like Tommy or not, his treatment by the authorities has been disgraceful. And it appears that nothing will change. Sign this petition to show your support and hopefully make the authorities aware that we won't tolerate it."
"The truth has to be told. I can't do it without you."
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Enemy of the State
"The explosive story of Tommy Robinson, former leader of the English Defence League. Tommy describes the brutal truths about growing up in Luton, a town plagued by Islamic extremism and violent gangs. When Tommy led a street protest of ordinary townsfolk in support of British troops, they were met by police batons and brutality. And when the EDL grew out of that conflict, the state turned all of its might against him, destroying his livelihood, disrupting his family and ultimately throwing him to the violent Muslim underworld that runs England's prison system. Arrested and held on trumped up charges, while receiving a series of death threats, he takes readers through the traumatic EDL years, his ordeal at the hands of the justice system and how he was even imprisoned to prevent him speaking to the Oxford Union. When all else failed, a shady division of Scotland Yard tried blackmailing Tommy into working for them. Saying 'no' cost him his home. If you believe in British justice and freedom of speech, you need to read this book."
The following is an extended extract from the article The Trial of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
"In fully-fledged Police States where the Law, Civil or Criminal, is whatever the ruling Junta says it is there is no right of access to fair and impartial legal processes. There is only a perverted form of 'justice' designed for and used in the public show trials of 'Enemies of the State'.
"The principle control mechanisms of such State entities really are simple and straightforward - physical brutality, including torture, arbitrary incarceration and summary execution - and the concealment thereof is generally and with deliberate intent quite minimal - universal public knowledge thereof serves to frighten and intimidate the subject population so that it submits to and obeys the diktats of the ruling entity, thus precluding protest or counter-action.
"However in embryonic, quasi-Police States, such as are now in the latter stages of their gestation all across the West - particularly within that inappropriately named behemoth, the European Union - lip service still has to be paid to the remnants of the original, idealised concept of one Rule of Law for all. Up to now this lip service, whilst being nothing more than comforting noises designed to conceal a real and different intent, has been paid quite subtly so that in general its common purpose (no pun intended) has slipped below the conceptual radar of the body politic.
"Now, fortunately, in one revealing moment this intent has, perhaps out of a hubris generated by the past successes of its implementers, stumbled into the open, its methodology glaringly exposed. In this demonstration of its reality we saw how 'Political Correctness', together with the latter's bastard spawn, 'Islamophobia' and 'Racism', rides roughshod over our ancient rights and freedoms on a deceptive tide of faux self-righteousness. Now many more of us have at last awoken to the deep and abiding threat posed by this, 'The New World Order Project', as it approaches its apogee.
"But, still, at least for the moment, the Iron Fist of the ruling elite continues to strike - mostly whilst covered with its ever-thinning velvet glove of dissimulating legality. Thus, the Junta's apparatchiks and enforcers must, at least when exposed to public scrutiny, be seen to function within the existing legal framework of the State, within the power-limiting - and to them annoying - constraints of its statutes. Those statutes oblige them to impartially and openly serve the commonality as a whole without fear or favour, rather than from behind a veil of smoke and mirrors. And they failed this day because they had tried to cross what became a bridge too far for them - a bridge that was at last properly defended.
"Hence, on the morning on the 14th of April, 2016, during the trial of Mr. Stephen Yaxley-Lennon and the consequent public exposure therein of the series [of] events leading up to his prosecution (or, as his Counsel, Mr. Richard Kovalevsky, QC, so eloquently put it, 'This preposterous persecution!') we were given a short but definitive peek behind the veil and were able to cast our eyes upon the draconian future so long planned for us in the venal corridors of power.
"It was there that day that the establishment's long exercised practice of first ridiculing, then demonising, and then destroying those who would protest or resist their social re-engineering was clearly seen in all of the gruesome reality of its final phase."
"The Frankfurt School believed that as long as an individual had the belief - or even the hope of belief - that his divine gift of reason could solve the problems facing society, then that society would never reach the state of hopelessness and alienation that they considered necessary to provoke socialist revolution.
Their task, therefore, was as swiftly as possible to undermine the Judaeo-Christian legacy. To do this they called for the most negative destructive criticism possible of every sphere of life which would be designed to de-stabilize society and bring down what they saw as the 'oppressive' order. Their policies, they hoped, would spread like a virus - 'continuing the work of Western Marxists by other means' as one of their members noted.
To further the advance of their 'quiet' cultural revolution ... the [Frankfurt] School recommended (among other things):
(1) the creation of racism
One of the main ideas of the Frankfurt School was to exploit Freud's idea of 'pansexualism' - the search for pleasure, the exploitation of the differences between the sexes, the overthrowing of traditional relationships between men and women. To further their aims they would:
the authority of the father, deny the specific roles of father and
mother, and wrest away from families their rights as primary
educators of their children,
"There are eight levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state:
"Woe unto them that call evil
good, and good evil;