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Discussion in 'Legal' started by MicroBalrog, Jul 11, 2003.

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  1. MicroBalrog

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    A Fourth Open Letter to the Gunowners of the United Kingdom by Sean Gabb

    http://www.seangabb.co.uk/pamphlet/gunlet04.htm
     
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    Always does.
     
  3. agricola

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    i presume that Gabb was happy with the pre-Hungerford system given the start of his activism?
     
  4. MicroBalrog

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    Doesn't seem so. From the various articles on his site, I'd say the reverse is true. Actually, the question is: Were you?:)
     
  5. Ryder

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    Wow! They can still say that over there? Not for long I'd venture. Can they migrate here now due to political persecution or do they have to wait until the gov't actually begins mass burials?

    I was reading this earlier... Smile for the Camera . That's a recent science article about how their closed circuit cameras (soon to be a lot more than the lot they already have) and computer software are going to team up and work together to point out the guilty people displaying "abnormal behaviour". "Bosses" (whatever those are) say that suspicious behavior includes suicide attempts (at least it won't be with a gun!), overcrowding (huh, what? That's a crime?), suspect packages ("Attention London shoppers, we have a blue light special on baggage inspections today. Please step to your nearest scanner."), and trespassers (a trespasser on a public subway?). If they weren't so doomed it would be kind of funny.
     
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    ryder,

    you see we have far more experience of "suspect packages" than you, thanks largely to those nice, honest "freedom fighters", who most certainly ARENT terrorists (despite the fact they blow up women and kids) from across the Irish Sea. The last time they tried to liberate the Emerald Isle, by planting a bomb along the Ealing Broadway, CCTV caught the "freedom fighter" as he was going to the scene, which enabled the dirty, evil Special Branch to cruelly nab and imprison the hero and all of his mates when they got caught building more liberation-devices on a Yorkshire farm.

    You may also be aware that, because London is a city of seven millions, overcrowding can occur on tube platforms - indeed it happens at Kings Cross and Covent Garden with some regularity. This is dangerous, and the sooner the LU staff are aware of it the better. People also have a habit of jumping under trains and onto the live rail; still, whats their lives when it affects your privacy eh! After all, with you being from London its going to affect you so much!

    Oh, and the tube shuts after 0100 most nights. If there is someone in there who isnt a workman or LU employee, they are most likely trespassers. Still, its not RIGHT that they should use CCTV to become aware of him, they should just shoot the guy, right?


    :rolleyes:

    besides, who wants to migrate to a country that doesnt even play cricket?
     
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  7. Art Eatman

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    Aw, now Ag, we got lots of crickets. Great fish bait, for when huntin' season ain't open...

    Y'all need to work on a de-population scheme. Seven million in a city is, per your comments, obviously way too many. Heck, move a few million to someplace in Africa and enhance the productivity! I guess productivity would be a break-even in Australia, NZ or Canada...

    :D, Art
     
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    art,

    London isnt overcrowded, its just when people all try to go home at the same time, organized chaos can ensue.
     
  9. MicroBalrog

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    And my country deals with these "freedom fighters" without any CCTV's.
     
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    microbalrog,

    really? evidence is gathered against those guilty sufficient for trial? or are we talking bombing / bulldozing of houses / internment as "dealing with freedom fighters"?
     
  11. MicroBalrog

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    yes, evidence is gathered, agricola, there's currently a big bunch of Palestinian terrorists in prison or awaiting trial for their crimes.
    Besde, I don't claim my country to be civil rights heaven - like you do.


    Also, check out:

    http://www.relativesforjustice.com/
     
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    when did i claim that the UK was "civil rights heaven"? CCTV is a device that has proven time and time again its usefulness in criminal investigation especially serious crime. Besides, the freedom fighters we have dont usually blow themselves up along with their victims.

    by the way, Channel 4 News in the UK is reporting that an Irish bombmaker has been arrested by the IDF in the West Bank.
     
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    Saw it in the morning papers. The Irish bombmaker, the Chechen sniper... what next?

    The ones worrying me are the ones shooting at Gilo and Sderot with AK's and mortar fire, and, even more, the ones rigging the belts.
     
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    They are Art, it's called a gun ban. :D

    Definately not a way we'd care to live ag. 9000 cameras in two stations?Though we have some small share of these cameras that's just plain overkill.

    Here's an idea. Why not just have a policeman search everyone before they leave their home. They could be issued signs to wear around their necks which are permits to walk in public. Probably cheaper and it puts people to work (making signs).

    Too bad about that Irish thing. Maybe you should look back at what started it all in order to resolve it. Just a suggestion :)
     
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    er........ its 9000 over the entire network

    The IRA types lost any respect in my eyes when they started blowing up innocents, and besides, you dont romanticize the west bank / gaza strip issue, so dont romanticize this.
     
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    Your absolutely right. Ireland is no more my concern than Israel is. But you brought it up. Just trying to be helpful.
     
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