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Nick Kollerstrom, defined as a 'non-violent extremist hater' as per David Cameron's recent speech in the U.N. and Theresa May's speech to the Conservative Party Conference, turns himself into Scotland Yard (but they don't arrest him)

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Nick Kollerstrom, defined as a 'non-violent extremist hater' as per David Cameron's recent speech in the U.N. and Theresa May's speech to the Conservative Party Conference, turns himself into Scotland Yard (but they don't arrest him)

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Re: Nick Kollerstrom, defined as a 'non-violent extremist hater' as per David Cameron's recent speech in the U.N. and Theresa May's speech to the Conservative Party Conference, turns himself into Scotland Yard (but they don't arrest him)

Post by BlueBag on 03.10.14 12:14

That clip also says "people who question western policy towards the middle east" are included.

They are really going for Big Brother.

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Post by PeterMac on 03.10.14 12:30

@BlueBag wrote:That clip also says "people who question western policy towards the middle east" are included.
They are really going for Big Brother.
But question in what way ?
Too strong, or too weak ?

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Post by BlueBag on 03.10.14 12:33

@PeterMac wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:That clip also says "people who question western policy towards the middle east" are included.
They are really going for Big Brother.
But question in what way ?
Too strong, or too weak ?

Anyone who disagrees with them I think.

This is all about Thought Police.

Some people think that 1984 is just a book.

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Re: Nick Kollerstrom, defined as a 'non-violent extremist hater' as per David Cameron's recent speech in the U.N. and Theresa May's speech to the Conservative Party Conference, turns himself into Scotland Yard (but they don't arrest him)

Post by Tony Bennett on 03.10.14 12:40

@PeterMac wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:That clip also says "people who question western policy towards the middle east" are included.
They are really going for Big Brother.
But question in what way ?
Too strong, or too weak ?
I think a very valid argument can be made out that immediately following 9/11, the successive invasions of (a) Afghanistan (2001) and (b) Iraq (2003) were part of a concerted campaign to antagonise and unsettle the Arab/Muslim countries.

Even if that wasn't the intention, that has been the effect.

And dozens of perfectly innocent British citizens have been - and are being - killed as a result.

So, @ PeterMac - neither IMO 'too strong' nor 'too weak' - but misguided from the very beginning.

Osama bin Laden wasn't found in either Afghanistan or Iraq - but holed up in a luxury estate on the edge of one of Pakistan's main cities - protected by the two-faced Pakistani authorities and intelligence services

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Post by fred c dobbs on 03.10.14 16:09

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:That clip also says "people who question western policy towards the middle east" are included.
They are really going for Big Brother.
But question in what way ?
Too strong, or too weak ?
I think a very valid argument can be made out that immediately following 9/11, the successive invasions of (a) Afghanistan (2001) and (b) Iraq (2003) were part of a concerted campaign to antagonise and unsettle the Arab/Muslim countries.

Even if that wasn't the intention, that has been the effect.

And dozens of perfectly innocent British citizens have been - and are being - killed as a result.

So, @ PeterMac - neither IMO 'too strong' nor 'too weak' - but misguided from the very beginning.

Osama bin Laden wasn't found in either Afghanistan or Iraq - but holed up in a luxury estate on the edge of one of Pakistan's main cities - protected by the two-faced Pakistani authorities and intelligence services
Hundreds of thousands of Afghanistan,Iraq,Libya,Syria,Yemen and even them two faced Pakistani civilians have and still are being murdered by this so called coalition of the good,http://worldsworstmassmurderer.blogspot.co.uk/.Get out of THEIR countries stop killing them and they will leave us alone

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Post by The Rooster on 03.10.14 17:04

This makes David Cameron look like an idiot, which he clearly is. Has this been published or broadcast on any UK MSM?

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