Friday, January 30, 2004

Blunkett hints at more anti-terrorist powers

Summed up as "we must surround ourselves with as much monitoring and choked supervision as we can muster in order to prevent our overseas dabblings from repercussing against people who we now depend upon." The fact that he claimed "Our enemies who would seek to undermine and destroy our way of life" in India, after we went out there and killed all the locals, is quite delicately ironic.

Someone should sit the UK administration down with a copy of '1984' and a history of the British Empire and not let them rule the country until they've finished reading.

I shall have to read the whole speech over the weekend, link pending.

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