Saturday, January 20, 2007

MPs concerned at illegal fingerprinting of children

Opposition MPs have finally caught on to the illegal fingerprinting of children which is taking place in schools across the UK.

One of the main concerns of MPs is that many schools are apparently short of money for items such as teachers, buildings, books, learning materials and such like, but inexplicably find themselves with enough money to purchase expensive biometric scanners, with which they can attempt to get children accustomed to the idea of them being subservient to the police state.

Sarah Teather MP told 'The Register' that "I believe that the collection of biometric data from young pupils without parental consent is illegal and must cease."

It was also disclosed that funds which had been given to schools for 'e-learning' were actually being used to fund the purchase of these biometric scanners and data storage systems.

80 Glaswegians to be harrassed by police

Senior Officers at Strathclyde Police have recently approved a plan which will see their officers harass innocent people. 80 people will be specially targeted by Strathclyde police to face police harrasment, officers have said.

Officers have said that they will provide "help to access GP services, housing, dental treatment, and education in a bid to keep them out of prison."

In other words, their basic rights as citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

Those people who refuse to comply with signing up to the latest work of the police state, the persistent offender programme, will be harased by the police, irresepective of any crimes they have commited, and have been been promised that they will be sent to jail, innocent or not.

Welcome to the wonderful world of police state harassment.