Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not after you.

November 18, 2013 at 19:48 1 comment

slaverySo the government want to track your every move and do what they feel like whenever they feel like it…. but people don’t want that.

So people move to eg. Tor networks, for various reasons – Not all illegal and plenty not even immoral.

So they claim it’s used by paedos as an excuse to track/attack.

But now they’ve sniffed power they want more – Just like banning electronic cigarettes for no reason except they are a little bit like smoking which they’d banned, they want to ban anything that they feel “depicts rape”.
So plenty of films/TV would then be unapproved art and could put you in jail.

They won’t stop until everything is illegal – Big ill-defined, catch-all laws which mean that if they take a disliking to you then you’re screwed and even if you consider yourself law-abiding then you’ll struggle to work out if you actually are!

So maybe you’ll complain that it’s against your human rights – but they want us to leave the ECHR because of the other bogeymen, the terrorists.

So you’ll be put in jail where you can’t vote them out for their stupid lawmaking for the same reason as above – Losing this power makes Cameron “sick to the stomach”

Many times you hear reports like the age consent thing on the weekend or drugs laws etc. where studies and experience show that changing things could change people’s lives for the better. But they are dismissed out of hand just because they sound a bit risky and may upset a few mothers. Yet they come out with many more outrageous things like the above which haven’t even been thought out more than a headline.

Why just because we want to vote for someone who has put at least some thought into how to economically govern with a bit of logic do we have to put up with them being shrill, over-emotional and stupid when it comes to liberty?

And if you don’t like it, you hate children – and that’s bad, apparently

I guess whoever you vote for, the government gets in.


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