Saturday, 8 May 2010

Internet Policing Stinks of Big Brother

Once again, the latest and the greatest in scandal-mongering hot gossip from Anarchy Central’s 24/7 Truth & Rumour Mill – with dispatches hand forged and crafted into bespoke satire to tempt the palates of all budding nihilists and career revolutionaries who carry the immortal bloodline of the rebel sons of Belial.

London’s Metropolitan Plod Squad, taking time off from snuffing Brazilian electricians, have been hot to trot posting signs on the doors and windows of all the internet cyber cafes across the length and breadth of this once-fair city, warning online computer users they could be reported to the police and face criminal charges if they access “extremist”, “offensive” or “inappropriate” material.

Hmmm, an interesting and most questionable act indeed. So, is anyone able to provide a true interpretation of the Home Office’s definition of ‘inappropriate’, ‘offensive’ and ‘extremist’? Or do we simply kowtow and accept that it’s anything our autocratic Nanny State’s sentries and social engineers consider to be inappropriate, offensive or extremist – such as disagreeing with your local council or the government – or some stupid new regulation to be hatched and dispatched from the EUSSR’s think tank in Brussels – as we tip-toe towards the edge of the Totalitarian abyss.

Regardless, the dynamic of the whole thing has Big Brother written all over it and yet another diktat in place for lining people up for a ‘domestic terrorist’ cull. Especially so when the explication of those three words are left to primary arbiters such as the morons and knuckle-dragging cretins now comprising the ranks of PCSO’s and Community Enforcement Officers – aka the local council’s Snitch, Snoop & Grassers Department martinets on hire from Renta-Twat.

The signs, which state that the owners of the premises are actively working with the Metropolitan police, have drawn criticism due to the obvious vagueness and most questionable legality.

“Downloading or accessing certain material could constitute a criminal offence” - state meter-long neon-pink posters.
A legion of negative comments concerning the signs pasted across the Anarchist Shitraker website’s home page notice board (all of an extremist, offensive and inappropriate nature) encapsulate the threat such policies most certainly pose.

Hence, what is the criteria for Offensive? Mirthful political satires - or a healthy breath of xenophobia concerning immigration policies and swan roasting Pikeys - or making fun of religions? Further, as the signs mention the word ‘Pornographic’ then what in this context is considered to be ‘Inappropriate’ porn’? An m-peg clip of a monkey shagging a goat - or a raving paedo’ Catholic priest buggering a choirboy?

So, since when and on what authority have the police been endowed with the powers to prevent the accessing of violent or pornographic images other than occasions where these are criminal? Such is defined with obscurity and ambiguities in the statutes of The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 which was hand-crafted to take account of technological change such as the growth of the Internet and strong encryption.

RIPA can be invoked by government officials specified in the Act on the grounds of national security, and for the purposes of detecting crime, preventing disorder, public safety, protecting public health, or in the interests of the economic well-being of the United Kingdom. So, that’s it then - anything construed to be “extremist”, “offensive” or “inappropriate”. We’re all totally fucked - with a large Capital ‘F’.

No more Googling up a copy of Magna Carta or a history of the Luddite’s Rebellion, not Watt Tyler’s Peasant’s Revolt – or the Tolpuddle Martyrs - and not a mention about the next November 5th Bonfire Extravaganza or that grand old Yorkshireman of letters and good ideas - Guy Fawkes – or any other quasi-anarchist twats. No more posting blog comments on dodgy Iraqi dossiers or weapons of mass distraction – or signing online petitions for a full inquest into the circumstances surrounding the ‘assisted suicide’ of Dr David Kelly in the Grassy Knoll Woods.

Thus it is now a ‘possible’ criminal offence to simply log on to the BNP’s website for a bit of a browse to see what the latest and greatest in the way of KKK racist rumours are going round or who’s been throwing eggs at the grotesque Griffin.

What about opening up the website - or David Icke’s – or Hollie’s Army or Prison Planet – or any of the legions of other alternative ‘Truth’ news and conspiracy theory websites and blogs out there in the vastness of Cyberspace now being monitored by the Hubble telescope – and Commissars of the EUSSR’s Thought Police.

Now here’s a fair test case to throw into the hypothesis arena for “extremist”, “offensive” or “inappropriate” – and a case perfectly suited for lambasting with political satire.

On Thursday morning, as the Met’s Plod Squad were busy posting Internet warning signs around the city’s cyber cafes and stuffing dodgy ballot boxes with ‘I Love Gordon’ votes, the porcine Israeli Ambassador to the UK, Ron Tosser, accused the British public of “delegitimizing and demonizing” Israel, stating that we are not aware of Israel's challenges – like the constant whingeing and portraying themselves as the perennial victims- or stealing Palestine off the rightful owners, building 30 foot high apartheid walls around Gaza and the West Bank - and committing repeated acts of genocide.

Ambassador Tosser, a former brown mullet juggler, told The Warmongers Gazette that there was a discrepancy between the Jewish-lobbied British government's treatment of Israel (kiss-arsing apologists) and the position adopted by members of the public, media, and universities who could think for themselves and were able to smell a Zionist kikester rat a mile off.

Tosser continued: “Sometimes we feel people (the goyim) from the outside are pointing fingers at us instead of giving us a big hug, which is what we need in this region.” Now, how’s that for a distortion of true facts and utter hypocrisy.

However and regardless, Herr Tosser is upset and ‘offended’ by the British public’s opinion of Israel and the ruling Ashkenazi psychopaths running the place – and as we don’t all clamour to give the lard-arsed clot a big hug he considers our lack of empathy for the outlaw rogue state as ‘inappropriate’ – and quite possibly ‘extremist’.

Hmmm, just a thought. I wonder if Ron Tosser and the Israeli Embassy (located at 2 Palace Green, W8 4QB – just off Kensington Road - if you want to whip round and throw an autographed lump of rubble from Gaza through the window when their snipers aren’t looking) ever think of giving the Palestinians a ‘big hug’ – which I’m sure they’d prefer to the concentration camp style abuses and privations they’re receiving from the IDF kikesters on a daily basis.

Hence, on reflection of the aforesaid, if we now sent an e-mail or post a blog criticising the Israelis for their abhorrent and criminal treatment of the Palestinian people and they find such to be ‘offensive’, then we’re anti-Semites? Maybe – according to the gospel contained in the Met’s glaring pink posters.

Anti-Semite - another term the Jews seem to have monopolised – even though the majority of their Khazar number aren’t even Semites – while the Palestinians are – to a man. Sort the dialectic and logic behind that one out, Ambassador Tosser.

Allergy warning: This article was written in a nut-infested area and may contain traces of lunacy and / or non-kosher squirrel.

Thought for the day: If a bear shits in the woods is the action to be considered “offensive” or “inappropriate”?

Oh, and by the way, fuck Big Brother – and his sister – and the New World Order - and all who sail in it. Amen. Is that extremist, offensive and inappropriate enough?

Rusty’s Skewed News Views – Purveyors of Bespoke Satire – enhanced with a modest touch of Yeast Logic and a piquant dash of political incorrectness: a newsheet and media source not owned by Rupert Murdoch and the Masonic Zionist lobby.

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