Lord Best has called for those who use social networking sites, such as Twitter, to be put on a special ‘register’ so that the police can put them away – probably for many decades – if they commit any thought crimes. This is under the pretext of catching people who send ‘revenge porn’ which there was absolutely no reason to criminalise in the first place anyway. However, this new legislation goes further as it removes anonymity from the internet and will inevitably lead to criminalising things such as the ‘thought crime’ of informing the general public as to the barbarity and sheer evilness of the Sex Offender Register. As those who speak out will be automatically caught and arrested due to their names all being ‘on a register’ it will allow the government to secretly and covertly incarcerate millions of people in gulags where they are warehoused like battery farmed chickens. This is of course much like what has happened in the United States in recent years where 2.3 million people rot behind bars, and even today it seems that only a few have noticed the sheer horror of such a totalitarian society.
Some of Lord Best’s most comical statements (if we feel able to laugh instead of cry) come at the end of the above article, though:
One could not possibly police all of this but in extreme cases prosecution must follow.
“Extreme cases”? Lord Best is suggesting that there can be an ‘extreme’ case of thought crime. The only thing extreme here is banning thoughts in the first place!
“We need to know who is responsible… and get to them.”
Yes that’s what it is all about, isn’t it, Lord Best? Your real purpose is to crackdown on those of us who would fight against your nasty vindictive criminal injustice system. Yet the reality is that the only person who should be in prison, Lord Best, is you!