Direct Democracy Media - [Social Politics] UK now a police state?
If a police state is a state where the police acts upon the personal requests of the government regardless of the law, is David Cameron secretly reforming the UK into a police state by hammering police funding so as to force out the most experienced personnel?
The video gallery below aims ONLY to highlight our belief that the fundamental problem that UK police forces have is that of their poor recruitment and training programmes. It is not an attack on the police [our focus is on attacking the MPs who implement undemocratic laws that the police have to enforce - whether they want to or not].
Since 2010 and via the PA, the police have taken the courage to openly express their desire to enforce only the people's laws [not Parliament's laws] via true and direct democracy but despite this, the people voted with their own free will for a continuation of their own oppression.
Ever since Harold Wilson's premiership, Parliament and the UK mainstream media have been conditioning the UK people to see the police as the enemy [which they are not] and as long as the people view and target the police themselves as the enemy, we will remain a divided and weak nation, unable to stand-up to a corrupt UK Parliament because, it is Parliament's laws that the police are enforcing - not their own. In a direct democracy, the police will be enforcing the rule of the people [democracy], social cohesion will be greatly enhanced and it is because of this that police personnel from across ALL forces already quietly support a reform to direct democracy - they're still waiting for you to demand it.
In 2009 [one year after meeting David Cameron and a year prior to establishing the PA], Alex acquired informal assurances from the police and army that if the people stood by their majority-spoiled PA ballot, they would remain neutral. Through this dialogue, Alex also learned that the police [who are banned from striking] would very much welcome an end to divisive governments that [in their words] "use us as a buffer when implementing harsh social policies that we don't even agree with." It was their belief that; "If Cameron gets in next year, he'll use every excuse that terrorists hand him to be able to implement harsh social policy and to increase social oppression." and, they explained that "The BBC and the others will broadcast more shows that portray us in response mode only and nothing of our community work, while Cameron reduces our community budgets to zero for the first time in history and he'll do this so as to alienate us from the public so that we take the blame." They concluded with; "If in this scenario [re; winning via spoiled ballots], you put people on the streets, there would be nothing we could do other than join you."
It should be highlighted that Alex Romane was himself the victim of a serious police conspiracy during 1999 which was successfully resolved through a series of closed court hearings and so was not publicised but despite this, he still believes that as with any institution, there will be those who maintain their integrity as well as those who are weak and corrupt.
In early 2015, it was disclosed that UK police have been set-loose to harass, intimidate and threaten lawful UK-based protesters and activists and, when you factor-in that this is at tax payer's expense, this amounts to the police administering publicly-funded electioneering on David Cameron's behalf - which is completely unlawful. In 2013, the UN published a report about the British police's surveillance of political groups and has criticised an “established democracy such as Britain” for being “so afraid of its own citizens that it feels the need to spy on peaceful civic groups.”
With GCHQ violating the privacy and data protection rights of every UK citizen on behalf of the UK and US governments, laws are now being broken by the state itself and as of the 19th July 2013, the police can now demand [without suspicion or cause and without having to give a reason] to download your mobile device's data on demand and again, the BBC has so far been silent about this. Considering that David Cameron was made aware in July 2013 that only approx. 9% of stop and search targets are prosecuted for anything, to implement a policy of this nature will achieve nothing more than further alienation of the police and maybe worse.
• Police commissioners threaten to sue government over "serious implications" of cuts
• Theresa May cuts police budgets - then awards 999 call business to HER HUSBAND!
• True blue Tory b**tard Lawson re; budget cuts - "The police are complaining too much"
Within a direct democracy, the police will be enforcing truly democratic laws as determined by the people - substantially increasing social cohesion and reducing corruption within the service.
Within a direct democracy, the police will no longer be abused as a cushion to protect governments when these governments over-exert their control and oppression.
...One of the many adverts placed by West Midlands Police across Birmingham during the Conservative Party Conference 2012. The campaign was launched so as to send a message to both the government and the public but without direct democracy, the public can only choose to replace one psychopath with another.
The UK mainstream media have chosen not to report on this wide-scale campaign with the pro-Cameron BBC giving it just two paragraphs - at the bottom of another feature!
In 2011, David Cameron demanded that police officers work with certain social network sites so as to remove privately-owned recordings of police actions recorded when in public spaces. The recordings themselves were not illegally recorded or illegally published yet the social network sites were only too happy to oblige. UK law states that in order to remove such material, the state has to obtain a court order so that their action is lawful but, no court orders were ever granted and the social network sites didn't demand them either [which they are legally obliged to do].
The state says that if citizens have nothing to hide, then they have nothing to fear. With this in mind, why are UK police forces so fearful that they now routinely break the law to prevent themselves from being filmed in public spaces? Why does the government itself keep ANY information secret?
The law states:
If you're on public land filming in a public space, it is not a crime to take still pictures or moving images of anything, unless you are committing an offence.
On public land, you may film the police and, it is illegal for them to prevent you, to ask you to stop, or to even touch your camera [your camera is your private property and as such, the police are not allowed to even touch it without arresting you first].
The law also states that it is illegal for the police to prevent or obstruct public filming by any means - including by using their person.
It is becoming ever-more evident that UK police have either not learned or are in denial about their unlawful behaviour being one of the key primary motivating factors in the start of riots. In 2014, three officers from West Midlands Police [Steelhouse Lane station] tazered the wrong suspect in the back - without warning and without being threatened! The officers involved then attempted to frame their victim for assault and even though a court found them to be lying, no officer was prosecuted and no officer faced any disciplinary measures at all [retraining is NOT a disciplinary action].
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