The Tories are just so so wonderful

The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 2:50 pm

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/n ... riots.html

David Cameron wanted to shut down internet services during the riots this summer, it has emerged, but the Foreign Secretary cautioned a blackout would be seized on by countries such as China and Syria as evidence of British hypocrisy on free speech.

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

William Hague issued the warning against silencing Facebook, Twitter and the BlackBerry network at a meeting of COBRA, the government's crisis response committee, on 9 August, after vandalism and looting had spread across London to Birmingham, Manchester and elsewhere.
Two days later Mr Cameron nevertheless gave a speech in the Commons in which he said the government was “working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services".
According to John Kampfner, the chief executive of the free speech lobby group Index on Censorship Mr Cameron was keen to impose restrictions as the crisis deepened and public concern grew.
But sources said that Mr Hague opposed shutting down internet services at the COBRA meeting, despite widespread claims they were being used to encourage and organise disturbances. He said it would undermine pressure on repressive regimes to allow access to political web content and reduce their spying on citizens.
The Foreign Secretary's fears quickly proved justified. The state-run Chinese news agency, Xinhau, published an editorial during the week of the riots charging the British with hypocrisy. :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby spicy » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:11 pm

Guest wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/8862335/David-Cameron-wanted-internet-blackout-during-riots.html

David Cameron wanted to shut down internet services during the riots this summer, it has emerged, but the Foreign Secretary cautioned a blackout would be seized on by countries such as China and Syria as evidence of British hypocrisy on free speech.

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

William Hague issued the warning against silencing Facebook, Twitter and the BlackBerry network at a meeting of COBRA, the government's crisis response committee, on 9 August, after vandalism and looting had spread across London to Birmingham, Manchester and elsewhere.
Two days later Mr Cameron nevertheless gave a speech in the Commons in which he said the government was “working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services".
According to John Kampfner, the chief executive of the free speech lobby group Index on Censorship Mr Cameron was keen to impose restrictions as the crisis deepened and public concern grew.
But sources said that Mr Hague opposed shutting down internet services at the COBRA meeting, despite widespread claims they were being used to encourage and organise disturbances. He said it would undermine pressure on repressive regimes to allow access to political web content and reduce their spying on citizens.
The Foreign Secretary's fears quickly proved justified. The state-run Chinese news agency, Xinhau, published an editorial during the week of the riots charging the British with hypocrisy. :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:


Nice one! :more beer:
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Bliar » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:25 pm

Guest wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/8862335/David-Cameron-wanted-internet-blackout-during-riots.html

David Cameron wanted to shut down internet services during the riots this summer, it has emerged, but the Foreign Secretary cautioned a blackout would be seized on by countries such as China and Syria as evidence of British hypocrisy on free speech.

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

William Hague issued the warning against silencing Facebook, Twitter and the BlackBerry network at a meeting of COBRA, the government's crisis response committee, on 9 August, after vandalism and looting had spread across London to Birmingham, Manchester and elsewhere.
Two days later Mr Cameron nevertheless gave a speech in the Commons in which he said the government was “working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services".
According to John Kampfner, the chief executive of the free speech lobby group Index on Censorship Mr Cameron was keen to impose restrictions as the crisis deepened and public concern grew.
But sources said that Mr Hague opposed shutting down internet services at the COBRA meeting, despite widespread claims they were being used to encourage and organise disturbances. He said it would undermine pressure on repressive regimes to allow access to political web content and reduce their spying on citizens.
The Foreign Secretary's fears quickly proved justified. The state-run Chinese news agency, Xinhau, published an editorial during the week of the riots charging the British with hypocrisy. :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:



And here's a real thigh slapper. :pmsl:

Memo extracts

President Bush to Tony Blair: "The US was thinking of flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours. If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach"

Bush: "It was also possible that a defector could be brought out who would give a public presentation about Saddam's WMD, and there was also a small possibility that Saddam would be assassinated."

Blair: "A second Security Council Resolution resolution would provide an insurance policy against the unexpected and international cover, including with the Arabs."

Bush: "The US would put its full weight behind efforts to get another resolution and would 'twist arms' and 'even threaten'. But he had to say that if ultimately we failed, military action would follow anyway.''

Blair responds that he is: "solidly with the President and ready to do whatever it took to disarm Saddam."

Bush told Blair he: "thought it unlikely that there would be internecine warfare between the different religious and ethnic groups." [Channel 4 News]

Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby spicy » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:39 pm

Unfortunately there's hardly any truth in politics these days. They are all liars.
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby wutang » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:44 pm

Bliar wrote:
Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:



Such as all those Tory MP's who voted for the Iraq War - including one David Cameron

The PM is a "thick fool"... I agree with ya
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:46 pm

Bliar wrote:
Guest wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/8862335/David-Cameron-wanted-internet-blackout-during-riots.html

David Cameron wanted to shut down internet services during the riots this summer, it has emerged, but the Foreign Secretary cautioned a blackout would be seized on by countries such as China and Syria as evidence of British hypocrisy on free speech.

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

William Hague issued the warning against silencing Facebook, Twitter and the BlackBerry network at a meeting of COBRA, the government's crisis response committee, on 9 August, after vandalism and looting had spread across London to Birmingham, Manchester and elsewhere.
Two days later Mr Cameron nevertheless gave a speech in the Commons in which he said the government was “working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services".
According to John Kampfner, the chief executive of the free speech lobby group Index on Censorship Mr Cameron was keen to impose restrictions as the crisis deepened and public concern grew.
But sources said that Mr Hague opposed shutting down internet services at the COBRA meeting, despite widespread claims they were being used to encourage and organise disturbances. He said it would undermine pressure on repressive regimes to allow access to political web content and reduce their spying on citizens.
The Foreign Secretary's fears quickly proved justified. The state-run Chinese news agency, Xinhau, published an editorial during the week of the riots charging the British with hypocrisy. :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:



And here's a real thigh slapper. :pmsl:

Memo extracts

President Bush to Tony Blair: "The US was thinking of flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours. If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach"

Bush: "It was also possible that a defector could be brought out who would give a public presentation about Saddam's WMD, and there was also a small possibility that Saddam would be assassinated."

Blair: "A second Security Council Resolution resolution would provide an insurance policy against the unexpected and international cover, including with the Arabs."

Bush: "The US would put its full weight behind efforts to get another resolution and would 'twist arms' and 'even threaten'. But he had to say that if ultimately we failed, military action would follow anyway.''

Blair responds that he is: "solidly with the President and ready to do whatever it took to disarm Saddam."

Bush told Blair he: "thought it unlikely that there would be internecine warfare between the different religious and ethnic groups." [Channel 4 News]

Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:


Stay on topic there's a good chap. Why are you trying to deflect away from how bad the Tories really are?
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:51 pm

wutang wrote:
Bliar wrote:
Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:



Such as all those Tory MP's who voted for the Iraq War - including one David Cameron

The PM is a "thick fool"... I agree with ya


Bliar doesn't even work out that NL were Neotories anyway. Why else would they follow Tory policies to the letter? Why wouldn't they reform employment laws or strike laws?
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:52 pm

wutang wrote:
Bliar wrote:
Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:



Such as all those Tory MP's who voted for the Iraq War - including one David Cameron

The PM is a "thick fool"... I agree with ya



All those mp's who believed Bliar were duped by his convincing lies.

Many think Bliar should be held to account as a war criminal.

I would not agree because what is done is done but there is no doubt we had a bare faced liar as a pm.
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:02 pm

Guest wrote:
wutang wrote:
Bliar wrote:
Just make it up as you go along and provide substantial lies and arm twisting and you will make a case for anything when so many thick fools believe everything Liebour says. :pmsl:
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/WMDlies.html :thumbsup:



Such as all those Tory MP's who voted for the Iraq War - including one David Cameron

The PM is a "thick fool"... I agree with ya



All those mp's who believed Bliar were duped by his convincing lies.

Many think Bliar should be held to account as a war criminal.

I would not agree because what is done is done but there is no doubt we had a bare faced liar as a pm.


What the fuck has this got to do with Cameron trying to deny us internet access?
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby wutang » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:12 pm

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All those mp's who believed Bliar were duped by his convincing lies.




yet countless people were smart enough NOT to be duped. Seems Cam the Sham and the rest are too thick to see what normal people could.

As Bliar stated... he and the rest of the Tories MP's who went along with it are "thick fools".
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Gorgeous George » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:23 pm

"Back away from this confrontation now and future conflicts will be infinitely worse and more devastating in their effects" :ohshi:
Tony Blair

UK Parliament backs Iraq war
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has won key support for a military campaign against Saddam Hussein, despite a major rebellion in his Labour Party.

UK Prime Minister Tony Blair in Parliament
Back away from this confrontation now and future conflicts will be infinitely worse and more devastating in their effects
Tony Blair
Mr Blair suffered the greatest parliamentary revolt of his premiership when 139 of his party colleagues voted for an amendment saying the case for war was not yet proven.

But the government still managed to beat the rebel amendment and see its own motion supporting the use of UK forces in Iraq passed by a large majority - 412 to 149. :brickwall:
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Re: The Tories are just so so wonderful

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:27 pm

Guest wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/8862335/David-Cameron-wanted-internet-blackout-during-riots.html

David Cameron wanted to shut down internet services during the riots this summer, it has emerged, but the Foreign Secretary cautioned a blackout would be seized on by countries such as China and Syria as evidence of British hypocrisy on free speech.

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

William Hague issued the warning against silencing Facebook, Twitter and the BlackBerry network at a meeting of COBRA, the government's crisis response committee, on 9 August, after vandalism and looting had spread across London to Birmingham, Manchester and elsewhere.
Two days later Mr Cameron nevertheless gave a speech in the Commons in which he said the government was “working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services".
According to John Kampfner, the chief executive of the free speech lobby group Index on Censorship Mr Cameron was keen to impose restrictions as the crisis deepened and public concern grew.
But sources said that Mr Hague opposed shutting down internet services at the COBRA meeting, despite widespread claims they were being used to encourage and organise disturbances. He said it would undermine pressure on repressive regimes to allow access to political web content and reduce their spying on citizens.
The Foreign Secretary's fears quickly proved justified. The state-run Chinese news agency, Xinhau, published an editorial during the week of the riots charging the British with hypocrisy. :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:


This is the topic Tory spammer

If you want to post about the NeoTories lies then do another thread about them.
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