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United Kingdom is a Police State!

Myso

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1- Jailing kids for 5 to 8 years for "larping" (live-action-role-playing) as Nazis. And using pictures of them in cosplay knives as proof that they are "dangerous terrorists'.


2- Banning Central Right activists (which it calls Far Right) from entering the UK because they say "bad stuff" about Islam.


3- Proposal for 14 years of prison for Journo who leaks official material


4- On-the-spot fingerprint scanning to identify people?


5- Fining Man for teaching his dog a Nazi-like salute


6- 625 arrests for offensive Twitter and Facebook posts?

 

Mrsrx

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Staff member
They just downgraded from an empire to a kingdom and commonwealth like 3 weeks ago ... someday the poor brits will get rid of the shackles of the mass tourism to see the queen's gate and become the land of freedom!
 

Walidos

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
1- Jailing kids for 5 to 8 years for "larping" (live-action-role-playing) as Nazis. And using pictures of them in cosplay knives as proof that they are "dangerous terrorists'.


2- Banning Central Right activists (which it calls Far Right) from entering the UK because they say "bad stuff" about Islam.


3- Proposal for 14 years of prison for Journo who leaks official material


4- On-the-spot fingerprint scanning to identify people?


5- Fining Man for teaching his dog a Nazi-like salute


6- 625 arrests for offensive Twitter and Facebook posts?

Rubbish, the UK is a country of law and order. If you cannot stomach abiding by their rules you need to stay out.
the “kids” you refer to are adults over 20. They are members of an illegal party. They will go to jail, full stop. Each article you posted shows the utmost respect for the law of the land and the commitment to keep the peace .
You need to learn to live in a country not a zoo
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
Rubbish, the UK is a country of law and order. If you cannot stomach abiding by their rules you need to stay out.
the “kids” you refer to are adults over 20. They are members of an illegal party. They will go to jail, full stop. Each article you posted shows the utmost respect for the law of the land and the commitment to keep the peace .
You need to learn to live in a country not a zoo

Nazi Germany and Soviet Union were countries of law and order that rested on single government opinion, unquestionable obedience and concentration camps.

Do you wish the same faith for Britain?
 

Myso

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
Rubbish, the UK is a country of law and order. If you cannot stomach abiding by their rules you need to stay out.
the “kids” you refer to are adults over 20. They are members of an illegal party. They will go to jail, full stop. Each article you posted shows the utmost respect for the law of the land and the commitment to keep the peace .
You need to learn to live in a country not a zoo

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Myso

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@Walidos

Yeah they're 20 year old kidult memers on 4chan, who are cosplaying as Nazis. They don't even have weapons and they were charged with
"terror". Makes a lot of sense, govna.
 

Walidos

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Nazi Germany and Soviet Union were countries of law and order that rested on single government opinion, unquestionable obedience and concentration camps.

Do you wish the same faith for Britain?
No, but I also respect the fact they make laws and enforce them. If a party (nemo-Nazi) is illegal, people who are part of it can and should be arrested. If a person is disturbing the peace and refuses to give their identity, good in the police for having a system to potentially identify them...

Having the rule of law doesn’t mean you are an oppressive regime.
 

Walidos

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@Walidos

Yeah they're 20 year old kidult memers on 4chan, who are cosplaying as Nazis. They don't even have weapons and they were charged with
"terror". Makes a lot of sense, govna.
The party was outlawed. That’s it, nothing more to say. armed or not.

if you want to live in a place where you can be part of a nemo-Nazi party, don’t live in the UK
 

Myso

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
The party was outlawed. That’s it, nothing more to say. armed or not.

if you want to live in a place where you can be part of a nemo-Nazi party, don’t live in the UK

I don't live there. I would rather live in a wooden ball on the streets of Burj Hammoud.
 

Myso

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By all means. And don’t so drugs, it’s outlawed in lebanon even if you are not hurting anyone :p

I'm not saying we should break sensible laws. I'm saying there needs to be more common sense and less policing there.
God forbid you might find yourself in jail for an expired TV license or because you said something wrong on Twitter. Then I don't think "enforcing laws" will make you feel better about it.
 

Walidos

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Orange Room Supporter
I'm not saying we should break sensible laws. I'm saying there needs to be more common sense and less policing there.
God forbid you might find yourself in jail for an expired TV license or because you said something wrong on Twitter. Then I don't think "enforcing laws" will make you feel better about it.
Expired tv license lands you a fine, saying something wrong on Twitter depends what it is... everything is clear and you know what you are risking when you undertake it... I feel better that consequences for actions are clear and not left to common sense (which will trigger inequality and preferential treatment discussions)...
 

Myso

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
Expired tv license lands you a fine, saying something wrong on Twitter depends what it is... everything is clear and you know what you are risking when you undertake it... I feel better that consequences for actions are clear and not left to common sense (which will trigger inequality and preferential treatment discussions)...

How you are okay with such laws is beyond me... But your claim here is absurd. The more you surrender to authority, the more it will transgress over your rights and privacy, it will never set known limits and stop there.

For instance, this is currently happening... Which is rather new to common practice... UK using drones to enforce quarantine and shaming those who break the rules... It's like from a SciFi movie on authoritianism. But I guess you're okay with that, because they're setting clear rules for you to follow?

 

Walidos

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Orange Room Supporter
How you are okay with such laws is beyond me... But your claim here is absurd. The more you surrender to authority, the more it will transgress over your rights and privacy, it will never set known limits and stop there.

For instance, this is currently happening... Which is rather new to common practice... UK using drones to enforce quarantine and shaming those who break the rules... It's like from a SciFi movie on authoritianism. But I guess you're okay with that, because they're setting clear rules for you to follow?

Firstly, You don’t live alone, disregarding The lockdown carries risk not only for you, but for others you come in contact with - hence the police is absolutely right to enforce the lockdown rules
Secondly, these are not transgressing anyone’s rights. The elected government decided on clear rules for the community and are enforcing them. If people don’t like it they have several ways to try and overturn the decisions: 1- contact their MP and complain/lobby, 2- go to court and sue the government, and several other ways which are possible. Note several uk laws, rulings, etc... were challenged and overturned. It’s called democracy and the rule of law.
If you prefer to live in a zoo, by all means be my guest
 

Myso

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
Firstly, You don’t live alone, disregarding The lockdown carries risk not only for you, but for others you come in contact with - hence the police is absolutely right to enforce the lockdown rules
Secondly, these are not transgressing anyone’s rights. The elected government decided on clear rules for the community and are enforcing them. If people don’t like it they have several ways to try and overturn the decisions: 1- contact their MP and complain/lobby, 2- go to court and sue the government, and several other ways which are possible. Note several uk laws, rulings, etc... were challenged and overturned. It’s called democracy and the rule of law.
If you prefer to live in a zoo, by all means be my guest


I'm sorry, my friend, but zoos have cages and warden, and you're in one heck of a zoo.
 

Walidos

Legendary Member
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@Walidos
Laws are made to be broken. You sound like someone who drives below the speed limit. In other words, a Canadian.
I drive at the speed limit :) and if I go faster and get a ticket, I don’t ***** about police states and brutality and racism and inequality...
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
No, but I also respect the fact they make laws and enforce them. If a party (nemo-Nazi) is illegal, people who are part of it can and should be arrested. If a person is disturbing the peace and refuses to give their identity, good in the police for having a system to potentially identify them...

Having the rule of law doesn’t mean you are an oppressive regime.

I believe Communists and Socialists must be outlawed along with Nazis.
 
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