Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Labour Ushers in the Police State

George Orwell correctly predicted the advent of a repressive regime changing the face of Blake's somewhat utopian "green and pleasant land." Only that the date in which he placed the scenario of his novel "1984" was at least 20 years ahead of the allotted time.
Labour has ushered in a type of society which many people feared would come into being during their lifetime. The surveillance society, the politics of spin and sleaze and now the attempts at smearing prominent politicians orchestrated from the highest echelons of government all bear witness to this degradation of British society and point to a sickness at the very heart of government. Despite a succession of ministers lining up to speak to the media and reassure the British public that these events bear no relation to the conduct of the regime in power, seeking to exonerate the Prime Minister and the members of the Cabinet will not wash with the electorate apart from its most gullible members, and sooner or later the chickens will come home to roost.

The latest effrontery.

The school where 114 suspected protesters were arrested in connection with a plot to demonstrate at a power station said that it knew nothing about the plans.
More than 100 people were arrested for allegedly planning a protest at Radcliffe-on-Soar

Police swooped on the Iona School in Sneinton Dale, Nottingham, on Monday, saying the suspects, who were meeting at the school, posed "a serious threat" to the nearby Ratcliffe-On-Soar plant.

Those arrested have now been interviewed and released on bail, a spokeswoman for Nottinghamshire Police said earlier.

On Tuesday Richard Moore, a teacher at the school, said no-one had permission to hold a meeting there.

In a statement, he said: "We are as shocked as anyone else to discover the events that had taken place on our premises.

"We had, and have, no knowledge of these activities and any access to the premises was completely unauthorised.

"We are distressed by the level of damage that has been done to the school and about the disruption of both school and nursery provision.

"We are asking the police for a full account of how access to the premises was obtained. Once we know this, we will be conducting our own inquiry into the security of the school site."

Children at the school are due to return in two weeks' time but the nursery was due to open on Tuesday. It was unable to do so as workmen set about repairing doors damaged during the raid in the early hours of on Monday.

More than 80 children aged three to 12 attend the school. As a Steiner school it concentrates on ensuring youngsters enjoy their childhood.


Tom Brain said...

I agree with you.

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kerdasi amaq said...

The final objective of the idiots who control the Labour party(and the Conservatives too) is to do away with the Welsh, Scot and English nations as they no longer have a use for them!