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Oh Dear! Not another bigoted, racist, politically incorrect web site or blog you may ask? These are the views I have been driven too by the powers to be in my own country. Reasons as to why three years ago I left the UK, sick and tired of watching my country go down the 'pan'. I will not pretend to be an expert in politics or law. Maybe you can convince me I'm wrong, I'll listen but these are my personal views on the ever increasing demise of the UK and it's heritage.........sick britain
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13 March 2012 Capita signs armed forces Recruiting Partnering Project contract Capita plc announces today that it has signed a contract to work in partnership with the armed forces to deliver the Recruiting Partnering Project (RPP). The contract, valued at around £44m a year for 10 years, is expected to deliver benefits in excess of £300m to the armed forces and will release military recruiters back to the front line. The project represents a major investment in the transformation of military recruiting. While the Army retains ownership of recruitment policy, entry criteria and assessment standards, RPP will deliver the entire process for the attraction and recruitment of soldiers and officers to the Regular and Territorial Army. It will also provide a tri-service information and communications technology (ICT) platform to underpin recruitment for the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force.I'm just touching the tip of the iceberg and endevour to start some serious questions with regards to how our country is being Governed and Administrated. It won't stop here!
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He was speaking after talks in Brussels aimed at forming a new Eurosceptic group in the European Parliament.
Mr Hague also lunched with Tory MEPs, some of whom have said they will risk de-selection rather than quit the EPP.
Now I don't doubt that what Hague is saying is true, I thought that Hague was probably one of the 'sincere' leaders the Tories have had to date. The new leader seems somewhat a Blair Clone and even admits he won't change on most of Blair's policies should he ever get in to power (God Forbid)
To dress in such away in my opinion is threatening, the placards they yeild are quite clear what they support and maybe what their intentions are. I'll be watching closely the events this Saturday of the London protests and the reaction of the police. If it's ok for them (Islamics) then it's ok for the BNP to raise their voice and concerns too. Oooops, sorry, I am forgetting the two tier law system here in Britain, how foolish of me.
"Right Bitch! - You're nicked for non
payment of your TV License!"
Hang her, slaughter her, chop her hands off - Theif, low life - 10 pence, my God, I bet this was worth the court costs to warrent a 10p mistake, after all it was a genuine mistake. Northern Rail should be ashamed! This is another step to try an criminalise normal decent people! The UK is obsessed by getting as many 'petty' convictions as it can and this is becoming a worrying factor of life in the UK.
You stand more of a chance becoming a criminal by committing the following offences;
* Failure to meet a Civil Fine
* Non-payment of Council Tax (Even if you can't afford it)
* Most traffic offences
* Failure to pay the BBC TV License
* Failure to abide by Metric weights & measures (Dictated by the EU)
"It's OK, I'm calling for back up!
Are you sure Sir he gave you half a pound
of of bananas and not half a kilo?"
The list goes on, but you stand less of a chance of getting caught if you are a theif, a mugger, stab someone and kill them, corporate criminal or even a terrorist at that! In actual fact, as a serious offender, you get all the benfits and help you ever wanted. Peadophiles are generally now accepted, they can even get jobs in schools working close to children....The UK is peadophile Heaven. (reference Mark Cummings:
"Bonus, your nicked for non-offensive white propaganda son! Right kick the shit out of him"
and some may wonder why I titled this blog 'Sick Britain'
"Since leaving the show she has been followed by cameras for an E4 show called Chantelle: Living the Dream, which begins on 22 February.
It will follow her attempts to make it as a real pop star as well as her arrival on the celebrity party circuit." - Rivetting stuff!!! Has talent become so poor in the UK the public actually swallow this shit? Apparently the six week series will be repeated on Channel 4's youth strand T4 from 12 March so you can watch this brain numbing shit all over again before you trundle of to McDonalds for a McShite Burger, smash up a bus shelter, get pissed on a can of Red Stripe and then throw up on your neighboughs panzies all in the cause of not being a successful Reality TV Celeb!
For identity cards: The government and supporters of the scheme argue that identity cards are necessary to prevent identity theft and reduce benefit fraud. They say that identity cards would:
Prevent illegal immigration: Lack of a card allows illegal immigrants to arrive and disappear, according to the government.
Prevent illegal working: Identity cards would enable employers to verify if people are allowed to work and it would be easier to prosecute employers who break the law, says the Home Office.
Aid anti-terrorism measures: Identity cards would make it harder for terrorists and organised crime rings to use false and multiple identities, argues the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Tackle identity theft: A National Register with unique biometric information for each person would make fraud much harder, according to Cifas, the UK’s fraud prevention service.
Reduce benefit fraud and abuse of public services: Identity cards would ensure that public services are only used by those entitled to, says the Home Office.
Enhance sense of community: The government believes that identity cards would create a sense of shared citizenship, belonging and security.
Against identity cards: Opponents argue that identity cards won’t improve security in this country. They say that identity cards would:
Lead to loss of privacy: A massive database with an unprecedented amount of personal information would be created with giving government the power to "extend surveillance" of the population, says No2ID.
Be costly and impractical: The true cost of the scheme is unpredictable and the Home Office has a bad track record with large-scale IT projects, says the Liberal Democrats.
Worsen harassment of ethnic minorities: They would provide another pretext for stop-and-search, often directed at ethnic minorities, argues the civil liberties group Liberty.
Have little impact on counter-terrorism: Terror networks could forge cards or papers enabling people to get cards, and they haven’t prevented attacks elsewhere, says Liberty.
Have little effect on illegal working: Employers who are already willing to break the law won’t be put off by identity cards, says campaigning organisation No2ID.
Lead to ‘function creep’: MPs on the Home Affairs Committee expressed concerns that the functions of the card could grow as it stores more personal information.
What do you think? Personally I don't think these cards will have much of an impact at all. I cannot see, whilst illegal immigrants can easily dissapear in to society without trace, how an ID card can resolve this. Shouldn't the focus be on tightening security on our ports / airports etc? Again, in my own personal opinion, close the channel tunnel...this is the worse thing to happen this century when it comes to opening the doors to anyone.
Is it a wonder that the UK is a central hub for unwanted terrorists and hate campaigners? Again, the Government has fooled the public and diverted attention away from the real issues. Comments......