Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Big Brother is watching British children

Children in Lancashire, northern England, are being monitored for any hint that they might be influenced by "right-wing extremists."

From the Lancashire Telegraph (tip of the hat: Gates of Vienna):
Police said the ground-breaking counter-terrorism programme Channel, which has so far concentrated at Islamic extremism, has been widened to take account of the rise in right-wing extremism in the county. 

Parents, teachers, community leaders and police officers are referring children and young adults who they feel may be at risk of being radicalised by groups such as the English Defence League.
Multi-culturalism, the state religion, leads to totalitarianism. Since government-encouraged colonization by Muslims and other imports from dysfunctional societies is bound to create strife when native populations are displaced in their own country, the Leftist Politburo has no choice but to stamp out any sign of resistance. Children must be prevented from hearing anything but the Multi Cult party line.
Channel is a national safeguarding initiative for individuals considered vulnerable to recruitment by violent extremists. ...

Insp Bilal Mulla, Lancashire’s Channel co-ordinator, said: “Channel is not a tool for spying. [Perish the thought! Just a way of spotting potential deviationists.] It is making people understand there may be vulnerable people who are targeted by those with radical views who had a different agenda."
That "Insp," by the way, is an abbreviation for "Inspector." In other words, a high-ranking police officer whose job is to proactively stamp out thought crimes by labeling them "violent extremism."
Insp Mulla said he wanted to encourage people to refer any ‘signposts’ of right-wing or other types of extremism to his team. ...
“We put interventions in place, not investigations. [Why waste time on investigation -- assuming thought crimes are fair game for investigation -- when you can get on with 'interventions'?] If someone is not suited for the Channel project, we pass them on to other authorities such as Youth Offending, mental health practitioners, probation for example."
Righto, Inspector. You got your smartphone-enabled arson parsons and looters-in-waiting, but so what? Remember your mission! Have your plods (during the hour per shift when they're not doing paperwork) keeping an eye out for youngsters who might be exposed to Forbidden Thoughts about race and immigration. 

And I bow to your brilliance in turning any young person "at risk" of being influenced by the EDL over to the brain police -- sorry, I mean "mental health practitioners." Should you need any guidance, I'm sure you can find ex-KGB officers to act as advisers. In the Soviet Union, they got it down to a science, putting dissidents in mental wards for "treatment."
Community Cohesion Sgt Colin Dassow, who runs the courses, said: “Right-wing extremism is having a big influence on what we do.” 
Sergeant Dassow -- "Community Cohesion" sergeant! -- you said it. Can't have community cohesion while there's any free thought and free speech left in Lancashire.

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2 comments:

DP111 said...

re: The riots and the BBC

During the riots a Turkish community went onto the streets to prevent the rioters taking control and the BBC were happy to praise this. Other communities also went onto the streets to do similar thing....but despite being shown on the programme the Sikhs from Winson Green were described as merely as 'Asian'....Sikhs seem to be invisible on the BBC. The whites who defended Enfield were given no airtime.

The most telling comment in the whole programme was a small, but packed with meaning, one at the end when Tariq Jahan, the father of one of the boys killed by a rioter in a car, was described by Sweeney as 'father of one of the dead men and a Muslim, who speaks for England'.

A Muslim? Is that at all relevant to the events? This was a small and subtle attempt to tell us that Muslims are good people really...as if anyone doubted that. Sweeney is telling us that Muslims are as English as fish and chips and this one man is a standard bearer for all Muslims, an example of the true face of Islam in the UK seeking only peace and integration.

What Sweeney doesn't tell us is that Jahan used to be a fervent member of the extremist group Hizb Ut Tahrir.

http://biased-bbc.blogspot.com/2011/08/thatchers-children.html

Social engineering and propaganda go hand-in-hand

DP111 said...

From Biassed BBC

The most telling comment in the whole programme was a small, but packed with meaning, one at the end when Tariq Jahan, the father of one of the boys killed by a rioter in a car, was described by Sweeney as 'father of one of the dead men and a Muslim, who speaks for England'.

A Muslim? Is that at all relevant to the events? This was a small and subtle attempt to tell us that Muslims are good people really...as if anyone doubted that. Sweeney is telling us that Muslims are as English as fish and chips and this one man is a standard bearer for all Muslims, an example of the true face of Islam in the UK seeking only peace and integration.

What Sweeney doesn't tell us is that Jahan used to be a fervent member of the extremist group Hizb Ut Tahrir.

And why say 'speaks for England'? England? Surely no coincidence that there is a much hated, by the Left, organisation which campaigns against Islamification of Britain called the 'English Defence League'. Is Sweeney telling us that Muslims are the real defenders of Britain and British values? Clearly a subtle attack on the EDL.

So there you have the BBC hidden message....immigrant communities are outstanding examples of Britishness and are willing to defend England against thugs and thieves whilst the white English population stand idly by too consumed by consumerism and wrapped up in the pursuit of individual gratification as cheered on by Thatcher's Britain to bother about 'society' as a whole.

http://www.biased-bbc.blogspot.com/

Now that is news that we dont hear much that Jahan used to be a fervent member of the extremist group Hizb Ut Tahrir.