British State to log all travel plans….in advance….


UPDATE:- And Gordon Brown wants   _YOUR_   body….

David Davis

…and so….East Germany and the STASI, here we come, lads. And a £5,000 fine for NOT telling the Gestapo Gazpachio where you are going, when, with what money, your reason for travel, who with, what carrier, what credit cards you own, and the like.

More than 24 hours in advance. 

So, I guess, they can stop you in time if you once said something they don’t like you are a terrorist.

David Davis

Time for what The Landed Underclass calls a “harrumph”. Trouble is, if we don’t harrumph, then the Enemy Class will think we approve. it will of course do no good, for their plans for us will not change, but at least we have registered our displeasure. I expect the death penalty for “crimes against the State People” will be resurfacing soon. 

I advise all UK readers to get dual-citizenship with some other civilised country, such as Russia or Bolivia or Western Samoa (they just came into my head then, that’s all) as soon as possible.

  • I see the Tories are no better – ‘Of course we need a record of people entering and leaving the country’.

    So I guess they’ll support something similar.

    We don’t need such records, there is no purpose to them except population monitoring.

    Terrorists will get around it anyway.

  • Yup.

    It’s all in the name of course of “combating terrorism”. bet you 50p they won’t log Gerrycan Adams or Martin Froth-Guinness.

  • What’s wrong with knowing who leaves? Every other country stamps your passport when leaving. Obviously there is no need to know anything else.

    • Nothing wrong with that at all: it’s the other stuff we are worried about, like having to tell them _IN ADVANCE_, on pain of fines etc, and all the other irrelevant data like how much moneyw e have and who with, and where we live, and shit like that.

  • Bm:

    Because it’s none of the State’s Goddamn business. ny interference with _leaving_ the couintry is a _direct human rights violation_.

    And by demanding this information, The State gets the power to investigate you, detain you, frame you, lock you up for nothing, ruin your reputation, make it impossible for you to GET INTO another country for escape purposes and thus destroy your life…

    That enough reason to oppose it?

    WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU THINK THE STATE CAN POSSIBLY WANT SUCH POWERS FOR???

    To kiss your sorry ass goodbye?

    Tony

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    • Tony my old fellow,

      if you _will_ keep on inserting 125,000 interwebthingies in comments, they will get delayed by wordpress’s spamfilter. Hope you have a nice rest-of-weekend! DD

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