by Sam Johnson | World Corruption Monitor
Well its official, the UK government will go down in history as being at the forefront of taking away any last vestige of democratic rights from its citizens with the passing into law the so called ‘snoopers charter’. What a joke. If anyone had any doubt of the real motive behind this brain dead legislation as being anything other than control and suppression of UK citizens, then think again. Case in point. Isn’t it amazing that the only amendment to the snoopers charter bill passed by MPs in parliament was to protect from – God forbid - being spied upon themselves! No, we certainly couldn’t stand to have our exemplary government officials being spied upon – that would be a terrible affront to Democracy!
But giving up you privacy is for a good cause as we're now we’re going to get those nasty terrorists. Maybe, but first we should ask ourselves who exactly are the terrorist here anyway? There are enough well document false flag operations that have occurred over the last decade in the western world to convince even the greatest sceptics there is more going on here than meets the eye. Its false flag operations like Charlie Hebdo that catapulted the Snoopers Charter Act through parliament in the first instance – ironically all under the guise of protecting us. Isn’t it fair to say that by anybody’s definition terrorism should also include any group or organization that aims to take away people’s rights to privacy. And to claim the UK now has the greatest legislation in the western word which not only exposes those bad terrorists but is also totally transparent is nothing short of ludicrous – not to mention the ultimate hypocrisy. So what’s next? As Edward Snowden would say, ‘Sometimes the scandal is not what law was broken, but what the law allows.’