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September 2005

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June 2005

an idea whose time had come

March 2005

The world that  we created

Rule of law breached

Terrorism and Law

December 2004

A most terrible thing

Identity cards

The morality error

November 2004

Butt out

Hunt ban

Colin Powell resigns

October 2004

US election

Fahrenheit 9/11

Troop request not political


Hostage killed

The personal is political

Jobz for the Boyz

Dear Mike, Iraq sucks

Tory conference 2004

The right is winning.

September 2004

Do what you will

De facto terrorism

Brutal honesty

Perish the thought

New Iraq war

The hunt

August 2004

Terrorism threat UK

July 2004

Hazel Blears MP

Geraldine Smith MP

Acts of terror

War and people

Fahrenheit 9/11

June 2004

The Sun

David Westwood

January 2004

Hutton report

Michael Howard's Tories?

Camp Xray

What is going on?

Protesters arrested

Hutton enquiry

Young people

Oh happy day!

Making a profit?

David Kelly

Row over 'sexed up' report

TA sent to Iraq

Crooks in suits

Dealing with Spam

Pensions outrage

Ink Cartridge scandal

Extradite and be damned

No confidence

Desperately seeking safety

Response to Mr Blair

Personal comments on the Bll of Rights

Bill of Rights


Uploaded: 21 June 2003

Britain is rapidly becoming a totalitarian state. 

The centralization of government became a palpable thing with Margaret Thatcher, was continued and taken further by John Major, but with Tony Blair Britain has become one step away from a fascist state. Policy and decisions are made at 10 Downing Street and the process of parliament, of debate and democratic decision making all but circumvented.

The decision to invade Iraq, was a deeply unpopular decision, and yet it was taken and implemented based on policies and practice that have been growing for decades and are now endemic in the British way of life. 

Tony Blair resists what he calls the Nanny State, at the same introducing ever more oppressive and dictatorial policies.

Scorn was poured on war dissenters, and we were accused of inventing conspiracy theories. Yet in the aftermath of the invasion of Iraq and still with no WMD in sight, it is clear that the war was bogus, or the reasons for the war were not those declared by the government of the UK, or the US.

There are few (with significant exceptions) web sites in the UK voicing dissent. The purpose of this site is to join those voices of dissent online and to promote political questioning and debate.

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Keith Lindsay-Cameron 2003

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