Archive for June 12th, 2008

David Davis’s resignation – well blow me down.

I’ve never liked the Tory Party – most of those within it and the the “values” which they say they stand for, but I can do nothing but applaud David Davis- the Conservative shadow Home Secretary {originally said Foreign Secretary which is incorrect} who has historically resigned his seat in protest at the erosion of liberty in Britain (specifically the 42-day internment.

The much respected commentator paul memorably said so beautifuly succintly

“They’ll have to hate us for something other than our freedoms”

And its true. The supposed terrorists supposedly hated out supposed freedoms. If like me you believe elements within the British state facilitated those atrocities trhen it looks like they’ve won, and if you happen to believe a man in a cave did it, then he’s won.

As the fascism strengthens, there will be people whose line in the sand gets crossed. These days, unlike the International bridages, lifes comforts have quenched that thirst for opposing fascism and never in a million years could we have thought just 70 years after fighting what we were told was the greatest Fascist scourge in the history of the planet would we turn out to be that same monster. Consequently, the voices have been few and far between.

But the opposition is growing and WILL grow some more as the scam of global finance (the thing which feeds just about everything else) gets increasingly blown open.

Today it’s David Davis’s turn tomorrow it will be others.

Does his previous silence matter – yes it does, but it needs to be put on the back burner, for the movement against neoImperialism is far more important than a few bitchy slaps, not matter if they are deserved.

Welcome on board David Davis.


Update: Minister for Terror and Blarney stone kisser Tony McNulty (pic below)

rabbiting on in BBC Question Time last night played the drab old tricks about Mr Davis. He said of him ‘How come 28 days is fine but 29 is not’ without (of course) realising exactly the same question could be asked of McNulty himself. Throwing in any old slop to have a go. The waffling sod even had the nerve to imply Mr Davis’s stance was illogical in his belief habeas corpus and the Magna Carta were in danger. What a two faced slop – It is fascist McNulty’s actions that are destroying habeas corpus not Mr Davis’s.
He also said 14 days is OK, 28 days were needed as the exception and 48 says exception to the exception.

Phew what a stinker!

I am fairly confident why these times were pushed. It is because psychological research has been concluded that those time frames yield sufficient mental attrition in order to facilitate confessions.

And shame on those idiotic politicians that agreed to the drip-drip strengthening of fascism in this country – a country that believes it has the right to kill and mame at will without consequence. 48 hours, 14 days, 28 days, 42 days….  We already have indefinite detention in Guantanamo bay concentration camp, where for over 7 years international law alongside Qur’ans has been flushed down the toilet. And the Brits say nothing now that the British innocents are released – screw the other innocents right? they must obviously be less human.

A young man suggested on BBC Question Time said the NeoLabour MP who voted against the government follow MR Davis’s example. A nice idea, lets see how principled these rebels actually are.

Following Question tine in the Andrew Neil show with Portaloo and Diane Abott, The issue of freedoms were discussed by violinist Nigel Kennedy and Kelvin McKenzie.

Guess which side they drafted Kennedy to speak up for issues of liberty?

It shows the BBC’s fairness to have a reasoned debate. You might be a good chap Nigel, but you dont really put a good case forward.

McKenzie lowered and rested his head on his fingers as he put then toward the bridge of his nose as Kennedy spoke, such was the ability of our Nige (who has never looked scruffier). McKenzie also said he’d run against Davis if Murdock or some other person paid for his campaign. McKenzie said he dodn’t notice the erosion of liberties, in fact he welcomed the measures taken.

The selfish boar doesn’t get it. In the system of secular nation states, the centralization of power leads automatically to danger. It is the nursery of fascism and the formula for tyranny. In such states, there must be a separation of powers. The unsourced and synthesised “terror intelligence” undermines those checks and balances.

In order to maintain and strengthen its power a government will seek to destroy any challenge to its authority. It isn’t just the increasing acceptance of Islam that (very long term) may pose a challenge to the existing power structure, but the growing number of economically impoverished people inside the country who have already been identified by the MOD as a potential threat for rebellion.

The neo-Liberal neo-Imperial system of global politics this country pursues today will always be challenged as it should, and it’s not going to sit back and let it happen.

THAT is why what’s happening is so dangerous. The fascist laws will be used for political purposes to stop legitimate resistance against the fascist state. As McKenzie supports British fascism practiced by the state, it will not affect him, so he says ‘bring it on’




P.S. I recently congratulated and thanked Gordon Brown for agreeing to ban on cluster bombs, but since then it has come to light he is still supporting the manufacture and possible deployment of cluster munitions by simply spinning the classification of these new munitions. I let emotion go to my head. I fell right into it.


Dangerous Knowledge

I’ve been back in Blighty for a number of days now and don’t feel as shocked as the last time I came home. Immigration wasn’t as bad an experience as it was before, weather barmy as ever, CCTV all over the place as before.

The terrestrial news is visible more pathetic – YouTube “BBC broken news” to see the BBC taking the Mickey out of the pathetic nature of its own news broadcasting. (comedy shown on the BBC is quite praiseworthy)

 (see other clips on the playlist

Anyway Panorama did a reasonable, but highly selective program on the missing billions in Iraq, and last might a very very interesting program indeed called Dangerous Knowledge: BBC4 on BBC2.

Here’s the entry from the Radio Times:
11.30(pm) Dangerous Knowledge: BBC4 on BBC2
David Malone pays homage to mathematician Grorg Cantor, physicist Ludwig Boltzmann, Einstein’s confident Kurt Gödel and code-breaker Alan Turing – all great thinkers whose lives ended in tragedy. The programme also features interviews with those (including IBM research staff member Greg Chaitin) who are attempting to find out whether there are some things the human mind cannot know.

It was great. The just of the program was that these men were driven insane by the findings and that what they knew drove them insane. I got the feeling that this proposal was rather jazzed up to sell the programme or at best ill founded, and I got rather angry at Malone’s inverted ascribing of existence and signs of God to the conventional mathematical and physical system of pure predictable logic.

Far from it.

It was plain to me, that what Cantor came across, and Gödel later proved (i.e. it being impossible to prove certain things which may be true, and that there was no way of predicting which of those things couldn’t be proved then man is doomed to live with finite knowledge) was a sign of the Magnificence of God.

I took it that God conscious Cantor knew of the implications of his work – a mathematical proof that there is an order of intelligence and design that man would never hope to touch or understand and developed some kind of madness from obsession, and depression that he wasn’t delivering that proof.

Gödel did it and used universally accepted mathematics to show mathematics was fundamentally inadequate.

Any scientist knows mathematics is the fundamental basis of all abstract knowledge. Physical is the characterization of matter and its interactions therefore applied mathematics. Chemistry is applied physics. Biology being largely applied chemistry. And so on.

That mathematics is finite is a disaster to the arrogance of man and indeed a humbling outcome.

Yet the work of Gödel receives self-censorship or one-eyed viewing from the majority of the publicly-visible mathematical fraternity precisely because of its implications to the meaning of life and our role in the universe.

What a fantastic programme, what a remarkably self-defeating attempt to spin the programme.

I would advocate philosophy be a significant part of tertiary and higher education today not just because of the infinitely connected structure of knowledge but that it reveals the truth to us about life, the universe and everything.


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