10 posts • joined 22 Aug 2007
Big Brother is Watching...
...and will twist anything you say to suit their needs. Because this poor schmuck's inability to clarify his comment's in sufficient English, they have been left open to interpretation by the Gestapo.
As for menacing; I think that term really applies to the UK Government and the Nazi bullsh*t they're pulling on the British public.
Rule Britannia...with an iron fist.
Where's Mr. Fawkes...
...when you need him?
It sounds like the UK Government are using their own form of terror tactics. Bunch of Gestapo thugs.
Anyway - the enforcement should be on the side of the provider, not the recipient. How many times have you been duped by an insidious link that takes you to some whacked out page?
If you've any sense, get out of the UK and live somewhere else (as I did). YES, the grass IS greener on the other side. You'll find there are better things in life than Walnut Whip's, Curly Whirlies and Paxo Stuffing (but a good curry is hard to come by).
Do they think we're as dumb as they are?
It's a ruse. I know, I've seen every James Bond movie at least 6 times and that "Q" guy has a lot of stuff stashed in the background that we won't ever get to see.
What they're really saying is that it's not "convenient" for them to snoop on peoples conversations - not that they can't "do" it.
As for the SS moniker - couldn't be more apt in my opinion. Gestapo would be the other alternative, but the CIA has already taken dibs on that one.
Can this be considered a "Friendly Fire" incident?
Long Live The Gestap...
Long Live The Gestap......err, I mean Metropolitan Police. <cough>
What gets me is that the Met's defense was crying about "living in a world that wants to place blame". I guess they're so busy falsifying evidence on everyone else that they were actually quite shocked that there was real evidence pointing at them for a change.
So - it wasn't anyone's fault but the establishment. Cost $3 Million of taxpayer's money (current exchange rates apply) to figure that out and, oh - you'll owe us another $1.2 million of taxpayers money in fines. Nice one. Thank You. Cha-Ching!
Looks like the British Government might have much more in common with our old friends from the Rheinland than they would actually like to admit. While the Yanks were stealing rocket and aircraft technology from a conquered Germany back in 1945, the Brit's were boning up on Nazi doctrine. Time to sell the country to Russia, Argentina or some other bloody useless Dictatorship... - at least you KNOW these thugs in Government are pirates and don't hide behind the vestiges of human decency.
Nothing More Than Weak Security...
Then they arrest the "comedy troupe" for breaching their so-well-thought-out security cauldron. I think the guy in charge of security should have been arrested, hung, drawn and then quartered for nothing more than his complacency. ...Along with the smug, mangleworzle keystone cop-out of a Chief Cuntstable.
"Our security was great - we just didn't plan on it being breached by a bunch of comedians....dressed as terrorists"
Why oh why do rock stars die young?
Because they do drugs. Lots of 'em. God Love 'em.
It's KPH - not MPH
...Unless he's shoved a Rolls Royce RB211 turbofan up his tail pipe, that is.
At 150+ MPH a motorbike doesn't get up to max speed that quickly - Most bikes don't even reach their stated maximums (i.e 184MPH = 175MPH real-world - tops. I don't think it was an Agusta F4 he was riding either - very few bikes can actually do 175+
...What's more troubling is that he's overtaking on corners, crossing white lines and driving like that in the wet. The police better get off their asses if they want to nick him because he's not going to be around much longer....
What Happened to Free Speech?
Oh, that's right, after World War II the Nazi party infiltrated the government and emerged 50 years later as the labor party.
I'd have punched the guy in the face. That would give him a real reason to arrest me - bloody Gestapo wannabe.
This Law is Completely Re-dick-ularse
I'm sure my fellow Brit's are now sleeping soundly at night knowing that their WiFi Networks and bandwidth are being protected by the Gestapo. Didn't we fight a war 60 odd years ago over perversions like this?
These are the types of law's that make the UK government look uneducated and behind the times with regards to technology. The country's legal system is stuck in the 18th Century - if the doddering 85 year old judge who's half deaf with a serious case of piles and gout doesn't understand it (which he won't), then it's "off to the gallows with you".
If you have not taken adequate measures to ensure the security of the transmission, then it implies that you don't care about the security of the signal. It would take someone with only a limited amount of Tech Savvy to laugh this one out of court.
I saw the light and left that bloody country 20 years ago because of BS like this.
What's next? Arresting some for wearing a loud shirt in a built up area?
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