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Anarchy in the UK

Anarchism is a political philosophy which considers the state undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful, and instead promotes a stateless society, or anarchy. Any information relating to anarchists should be reported to your local police

Plod has again taken advantage of the Norwegian situation to persecute citizens. What a surprise. It seems that our servants have asked for ‘concerned citizens’ to phone up and tell them about anarchists they know so they can go around and question them. Probably via a 0600 SO19 visit and God forbid you have a table leg in your house. This means that anyone who does not support the state is seen as an undesirable and subject to detainment and interrogation. After all that Norwegian nutter was a loner and so are preppers and survivalists who desire less interaction from the state. Only thing is that snitches data is not very well looked after being covered by a ton of legislation and no real security so loved by our useless politicians.

Couple this with the statement that Plod are going to be taking fingerprints from those they question on the street for any reason whatsoever and you can clearly see that the UK is slipping even further into a Police State. One that makes Soviet Russia look like an amateur job.

This is just a continuation of the sort of action Plod are taking all over Western society. Patriots, Survivalists, Preppers, Terrorists and Anarchists. We are all the same and should be monitored, tagged and subject to law. Long live the State. Sieg Heil.

In case you are Plod and blaming the Politicians let me remind you it didn’t work in 1945 and it won’t work now either.

If you ever needed a reason for OPSEC and keeping your head down this is it. I really need to get around to setting up those secure systems.

11 comments to Anarchy in the UK

  • Hi Skean,

    Yes we share the same sentiments there and I`m sure many other people do too, now the big debate in the media is the death penalty, some actually want to give the state more powers to kill us, go figure!

    AS for keeping your head down, I know what you mean however the state is sooooo invasive now into our lives, so much tech they can and do use to pry that they know more about us than we know ourselves.

    My head is already well above the water line, I`m a prepper, Minarchist,law abiding (even laws I think suck), working man and I`m proud of that and I don`t fear the state, let them knock on my door and ask their questions, I`m ready.

  • Skean Dhude

    Terry,

    Welcome.

    Thanks for the video link. I’m a Libertarian myself, not an anarchist although Plod don’t see any difference between the two. I believe in minimal government not no government but to them that is still sacrilegious. A small government to look after basics and basics only as you will see on my post, when I get it done.

    Nick,

    I’m pretty much the same but things can be misrepresented by Plod. I am concerned.

  • moosedog

    What is this secure system of which you speak, you social degenerate? Seriously though, nobody is immune from hackers or whistleblowers. I remember when the NSA were caught with their cyber-pants down using ECHELON for industrial espionage: it was all explained away as the security of the country depending on a secure & uninterrupted supply of oil so nowadays it isn’t industrial spying but keeping US/UK interests (private as well as government) one step ahead of the game. This makes for a secure nation. Apparently.

    If you set up a secure system someone will break into it just to let you know they can. Do it to “their” system and you’ll be in a whole world of trouble, even if all you’re doing is looking for evidence of UFOs.

  • Skean Dhude

    Moosedog,

    I’m more looking at setting up a system that will not leave an audit trail on my PC. Of course the ISP will record the data for the Stasi but let us remember that they look on the computer first. The more they have to work for it the more it costs and the faster the wheel turns to financial collapse.

    The government is the only entity allowed to break laws;
    The NI Ponzi scheme – Illegal.
    Opening Safety Deposit Boxes – Illegal.
    Taking money from banks – Illegal.
    Fining people without following process. – Illegal.
    Phone tapping, Hacking – Illegal.
    Shooting people – Illegal.
    Speeding, Red lights etc. – Illegal.
    Owning machine guns, pistols, etc. – Illegal.
    Trespassing – Illegal.
    Detaining people – Illegal.
    Harassing people – Illegal.
    Assaulting people – Illegal.
    The list goes on and on. This is wrong.

  • moosedog

    I totally agree. I just wanted to point out to you & others that even the supposedly secure internet is anything but secure. Well, pretty much any form of communication apart from the one time pad. If anyone is interested in finding out why I’d suggest doing some research (and I don’t mean just looking at the first couple of results that Google spits out) on subjects like Menwith Hill and The Capenhurst Tower to see what our glorious leaders have been up to over the past quarter of a century or so. Or why, despite 2 world changing events in 1989 which were the fall of the Berlin Wall and the founding of PSINet, the expected demise of Numbers Stations hasn’t happened. In fact they are probably even more prevalent now than during the Cold War which isn’t a surprise to me as the people who need such secure communications will likely die if they are discovered.

    I guess in a nutshell: “Trust No-one”.

  • Skean Dhude

    Moosedog,

    I know about those. They have been around for some time. Our glorious leaders will do anything to get their own way.

    So it is not exactly Trust no one. It is more don’t trust the government.

  • Ronnie

    Gosh, I’ve never thought about any of this! I guess because I’m sheeple enough never to break any laws, have never been on wrong side of police.

  • Skean Dhude

    Ronnie,

    I’m pretty much the same except for RTA offences but I have been watching what has been going on.

    Many people are falling foul of Plod lately for things you would not believe. It is the governments way of getting some funds in. Innocently thinking they are going to be treated fairly and justly they put their hands up for minor offences only to be fined big time. The insatiable monster of the state is hungry and needs feeding.

  • Brian

    I’m a new member and I thought I was joining a survivalist group but looking at the recent posts it is looking more an anti-capitalist and anti-establishment blog. Am I wrong?

  • Skean Dhude

    Brian,

    I think you are wrong the site is about preperation and survival.

    It isn’t anti-capatalist by any means. Where do you get that from? It isn’t even anti-establishment but I can understand why you think so by someof my comments. I just think the government is useless and is one of the reasons we need to prepare. Being totally self sufficient is only one step away from a survival situation. In the UK we need to be self sufficient and the more we are the more we are protected from government. That is one of the reasons I started this site.

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