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38 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

\They don`t apply to him so whats the point 

Even if it did, not worth hill of beans when the state creates laws they can twist to their own ends in nearly any case.

http://commentcentral.co.uk/brexit-1984/

In the first case, a middle-aged woman who had recently had a run-in with the police at Speaker’s Corner fell afoul of Britain’s emerging police state. Viewing the YouTube footage of the arrest is not for the faint-hearted. Battering on her door before 9 am just a few mornings ago, the police issued a raft of menacing threats, but refused to justify their actions or behaviour. What exactly had she done to warrant this treatment? The officers would not say.

When the visibly upset occupant eventually opened the door, the officers’ entry into the premises was about as intimidating as it could possibly get. But this was not a den of terrorists. This was home to a suburban wife and mother. Pure Thought Police. Her crime? Wishing someone a ‘gay day’ the previous afternoon . . . Her real ‘crime’ had however involved holding the police to account some weeks ago as they permitted an Islamic prayer meeting to go ahead in the Royal Parks, a location where religious gatherings are expressly forbidden by law.

Chillingly, it appears that the ‘gay day’ remark may have been a pretext for some form of police revenge. The British state was, in the tradition of the best gangsters, sending out a message.

 

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1 minute ago, onlyme said:

Even if it did, not worth hill of beans when the state creates laws they can twist to their own ends in nearly any case.

http://commentcentral.co.uk/brexit-1984/

In the first case, a middle-aged woman who had recently had a run-in with the police at Speaker’s Corner fell afoul of Britain’s emerging police state. Viewing the YouTube footage of the arrest is not for the faint-hearted. Battering on her door before 9 am just a few mornings ago, the police issued a raft of menacing threats, but refused to justify their actions or behaviour. What exactly had she done to warrant this treatment? The officers would not say.

When the visibly upset occupant eventually opened the door, the officers’ entry into the premises was about as intimidating as it could possibly get. But this was not a den of terrorists. This was home to a suburban wife and mother. Pure Thought Police. Her crime? Wishing someone a ‘gay day’ the previous afternoon . . . Her real ‘crime’ had however involved holding the police to account some weeks ago as they permitted an Islamic prayer meeting to go ahead in the Royal Parks, a location where religious gatherings are expressly forbidden by law.

Chillingly, it appears that the ‘gay day’ remark may have been a pretext for some form of police revenge. The British state was, in the tradition of the best gangsters, sending out a message.

 

It really is becoming all 1984. Orwell wrote that as a warning. We have not heeded it and run ever faster towards it. 

Has anyone posted that sigs are at 480 now?

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Just now, One percent said:

It really is becoming all 1984. Orwell wrote that as a warning. We have not heeded it and run ever faster towards it. 

It was one of the O level set books at school, I must have been red pilled at an early age. 

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2 minutes ago, onlyme said:

Even if it did, not worth hill of beans when the state creates laws they can twist to their own ends in nearly any case.

http://commentcentral.co.uk/brexit-1984/

In the first case, a middle-aged woman who had recently had a run-in with the police at Speaker’s Corner fell afoul of Britain’s emerging police state. Viewing the YouTube footage of the arrest is not for the faint-hearted. Battering on her door before 9 am just a few mornings ago, the police issued a raft of menacing threats, but refused to justify their actions or behaviour. What exactly had she done to warrant this treatment? The officers would not say.

When the visibly upset occupant eventually opened the door, the officers’ entry into the premises was about as intimidating as it could possibly get. But this was not a den of terrorists. This was home to a suburban wife and mother. Pure Thought Police. Her crime? Wishing someone a ‘gay day’ the previous afternoon . . . Her real ‘crime’ had however involved holding the police to account some weeks ago as they permitted an Islamic prayer meeting to go ahead in the Royal Parks, a location where religious gatherings are expressly forbidden by law.

Chillingly, it appears that the ‘gay day’ remark may have been a pretext for some form of police revenge. The British state was, in the tradition of the best gangsters, sending out a message.

 

Yep  i seen it and it was disgusting, the last sentence above nails it  

The problem is though people except it if everyone said fuck you to those tactics what could they do 

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

It really is becoming all 1984. Orwell wrote that as a warning. We have not heeded it and run ever faster towards it. 

TBF to the TPTB they have given us an extra 34 years, what do you want?, Freedom ? Sheesh

Edited by Hopeful

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Just now, onlyme said:

It was one of the O level set books at school, I must have been red pilled at an early age. 

Bet it isn’t now. 

https://www.bbc.com/education/examspecs/zxqncwx

https://www.bbc.com/education/examspecs/z2whg82

https://www.bbc.com/education/examspecs/zq8639q

the three biggest exam boards. That’s a no then 

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51 minutes ago, Goat said:

Since Tommy has some time on his hands now perhaps we should have a whip-round and buy him a copy of this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/McNaes-Essential-Journalists-Mark-Hanna/dp/0198748353/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1527618386&sr=8-1&keywords=essential+law+for+journalists

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According to the media he is not a journalist but rather

- EDL founder member

- right wing activist

- anti immigration protestor

- any other derogatory label

I just wish someone could just get it straight what it is I am exactly meant to think, it's not like there has been  a few days to get the narrative correct.

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3 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Tuesday 29th May 2018

BBC News At Six refer to 'a court case' and "ongoing trial'.

ITV Evening News refer to ' a trial'.

C4 News did not make any reference during 7pm programme.

I'm no wiser.

It would not be this one by any chance

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-39580591

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The defendants:

Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 34, of Holly Road, Huddersfield is charged with 54 offences. He is charged with 21 counts of rape, 14 counts of trafficking, as well as inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, sexual assault, sexual touching, possession of indecent images of a child, racially aggravated assault and inciting a child into prostitution.

Raj Singh Barsran, 33, of Caldercliffe Road, Huddersfield is charged with sexual touching and rape.

Abdul Rehman, 29, of Darnley Drive, Sheffield is charged with rape, trafficking, supplying drugs, supply of a controlled substance with intent to engage in sexual activity and sexual touching.

Nasarat Hussain, 28, of Upper Mount Street, Huddersfield is charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape and inciting a female to engage in sexual activity.

Irfan Ahmed, 32, of Yews Hill Road, Huddersfield is charged with six counts of trafficking, sexual assault, making indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, of Blackmoorfoot Road, Huddersfield is charged with rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammed Riswan Aslam, 29, of Huddersfield Road, Dewsbury is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammed Kammer, 32, of West View, Huddersfield is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammad Nahman, 31, of West View, Huddersfield is charged with trafficking, sexual assault, and two counts of rape.

Hamzha Ali Saleem, 37, of Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Greater Manchester is charged with three counts of trafficking.

Zahid Hassan, 28, of Bland Street, Huddersfield is charged with eight counts of rape, five counts of trafficking, racially aggravated assault, supplying drugs, inciting a child into sexual activity, child abduction and attempted rape.

Mohammad Azeem, 31, of Wrose Road, Bradford is charged with three counts of rape.

Sajid Hussain, 32, of Grasmere Road, Huddersfield is charged with three counts of rape, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Blackmoorfoot Road, Huddersfield is charged with rape, attempted rape and two counts of trafficking.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, of Springdale Street, Huddersfield is charged with seven counts of rape, three counts of trafficking, child abduction, supplying drugs, sexual assault and making threats to kill.

Zulwarnain Dogar, 29, of Central Avenue, Huddersfield is charged with sexual touching and trafficking.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, of Bland Street, Huddersfield is charged with supply of a noxious substance with intent to injure, annoy or aggrieve a female, supply of Class A drugs and inciting a child into prostitution.

Mohammad Ifraz, 28, of North Road, Huddersfield is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, rape, false imprisonment, child abduction, taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Wiqas Mahmud, 36, of Banks Crescent, Huddersfield is charged with three counts of rape.

Faisal Nadeem, 30, of Carr Green, Huddersfield is charged with supplying drugs, rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, of Ned Lane, Slaithwaite, Huddersfield is charged with inciting a child into sexual activity and sexual assault.

Asif Bashir, 32, of Thornton Lodge Road, Huddersfield is charged with four counts of rape and attempted rape.

Mohammad Imran Ibrar, 32, of Manchester Road, Huddersfield is charged with trafficking, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and supplying drugs.

Aleem Javaid, 27, of Everard Street, Huddersfield is charged with rape and supplying drugs.

Mohammed Saqib Raheel, 30, of Stourbridge Road, Dudley is charged with trafficking and child abduction.

Usman Khalid, 29, of Brook Street, Huddersfield is charged with sexual assault, child abduction and sexual touching.

Everton La Bastide, 50, of Manchester Road, Huddersfield is charged with two counts of sexual assault.

Two women are also accused of child neglect. They are:

Shahnaz Akhtar Malik, 55, of St Annes Avenue, Huddersfield and Naveeda Habib, 38, of Prince Wood Lane, Huddersfield.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, onlyme said:

It was one of the O level set books at school, I must have been red pilled at an early age. 

Are kids still given this to read at school?  And to compare it with Brave New World?

 

N0.....I thought not. 

Instead it's 'Peter met Paul....and decided to have a baby'

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14 minutes ago, onlyme said:

It was one of the O level set books at school, I must have been red pilled at an early age. 

I had that, and Camus that still depresses to me this day. Who would read Camus out of pleasure?

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3 minutes ago, spunko2010 said:

I had that, and Camus that still depresses to me this day. Who would read Camus out of pleasure?

I read The Plague a few years ago, that certainly wasn't a pleasure, never felt the need to read anymore by him.

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

So, it’s out there in the MSM.  What’s the problem with TR reporting on it? 

He`s not berrying it in local news ?

Personally i think it`s fair to have restrictions on reporting whats been said in court ,but TR was not even doing that in Leeds

If you read his first case (Canterbury) transcript basically he got done for filming  on court property even though he was  filming just himself as the court had sneaked the accused and the jury out the back door but filming on court property is classed as contempt  

6 minutes ago, One percent said:

Jeeze. Watched the first five minutes, could not take anymore. Totalitarian police state. If she can be targeted, none of us are safe. 

Just think before you say have a gay day

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

So, it’s out there in the MSM.  What’s the problem with TR reporting on it? 

It's ultimately all about the defendants using the defence that the jury was influenced by negative reporting and the case being thrown out. Not only would they get off on a technicality it would also cost millions.

Now what's that got to do with Tommy? I would imagine standing outside and agitating the defendants could get people riled on social media and start a whole load of negative comments about the defendants. The "I know somebody who knows one of them said that he said this." type of thing. That could get the case thrown out if it was reported widely enough.

Now can Tommy be accountable for the actions of someone else breaking the law, because he highlighted the trial? No of course not.

But we now live in a police state that saying something that "causes" somebody else to smack you in the face (break the law), will get you arrested.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, whitevanman said:

Most people are honorable and just can't bring themselves to believe that the state is run by criminal sociopaths. It's just too awful a realisation. 

There is just so much evidence, off the top of my head: covering for muslim rape gangs, faking evidence to invade Iraq x2, death of Dr David Kelly, opening the borders to 'rub their noses in diversity', rampant financialisation and HPI, selling state assets to their mates, protecting paedophiles in Westminster, letting Jihadist return from ISIS, sending Jihadists to topple Gaddafi, bombing Syria against the wishes of both the public and parliament, thwarting Brexit, selling the country to foreign money (esp Saudi) and removing our freedom of speech and freedom of association. 

It's proper late stage civilisational corruption and decay. 

THEY NEED TO HANG so that we can sort this mess out. 

There is plenty of evidence out there if you look that suggests our government facilitated the travel of those from the UK  who fought in Syria 

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7 minutes ago, whitevanman said:

Most people are honorable and just can't bring themselves to believe that the state is run by criminal sociopaths. It's just too awful a realisation. 

There is just so much evidence, off the top of my head: covering for muslim rape gangs, faking evidence to invade Iraq x2, death of Dr David Kelly, opening the borders to 'rub their noses in diversity', rampant financialisation and HPI, selling state assets to their mates, protecting paedophiles in Westminster, letting Jihadist return from ISIS, sending Jihadists to topple Gaddafi, bombing Syria against the wishes of both the public and parliament, thwarting Brexit, selling the country to foreign money (esp Saudi) and removing our freedom of speech and freedom of association. 

It's proper late stage civilisational corruption and decay. 

THEY NEED TO HANG so that we can sort this mess out. 

I’m sure if we lived at the end days of the Roman Empire, we would be witnessing similar things. Not played out on social media of course, but the death throes of empire seem to follow a similar pattern. 

Our so called leaders fiddle whilst Rome burns. 

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