MI5 to share data with police and councils

MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Axtol » Mon Jun 04, 2018 4:16 pm

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44351841

"Nothing to hide nothing to fear" no doubt?
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:26 pm

We are now the most watched people on the planet.
The government we have right now have indeed said if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to worry about.
The people recently asked for access to the emails and texts about the windrush scandal and were refused confirming the government stance they must have something to hide.
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Postby Punk » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:31 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:We are now the most watched people on the planet.
The government we have right now have indeed said if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to worry about.
The people recently asked for access to the emails and texts about the windrush scandal and were refused confirming the government stance they must have something to hide.


We were during the mid 90s...
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:06 pm

Axtol isn't having a very good time on his or her ds thread about this.

Comes across as a paranoid conspiracy theorist with fuck all back up and no credibility.

Also mentions complaining to the police. I wonder how many times. Perhaps he or she will enlighten us.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Axtol » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:57 pm

Guest wrote:Axtol isn't having a very good time on his or her ds thread about this.

Comes across as a paranoid conspiracy theorist with fuck all back up and no credibility.

Also mentions complaining to the police. I wonder how many times. Perhaps he or she will enlighten us.


Happy to. In my experience, whenever you criticize the police you get called "anti police" or they accuse you of having an "agenda". It's like they think that they are above criticism from the public (although curiously they are happy to listen to criticism from fellow officers) so if anyone criticizes, it must be because of an agenda rather than a legitimate criticism. It's stifling public-police relations because people are being made to feel like we aren't allowed to criticize the police, or that if we are critical of one specific case, we are critical of the police as a whole. I don't see why members of the public shouldn't be allowed to give their informed criticism when coppers are happy to take criticism from colleagues.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:08 pm

Axtol wrote:
Guest wrote:Axtol isn't having a very good time on his or her ds thread about this.

Comes across as a paranoid conspiracy theorist with fuck all back up and no credibility.

Also mentions complaining to the police. I wonder how many times. Perhaps he or she will enlighten us.


Happy to. In my experience, whenever you criticize the police you get called "anti police" or they accuse you of having an "agenda". It's like they think that they are above criticism from the public (although curiously they are happy to listen to criticism from fellow officers) so if anyone criticizes, it must be because of an agenda rather than a legitimate criticism. It's stifling public-police relations because people are being made to feel like we aren't allowed to criticize the police, or that if we are critical of one specific case, we are critical of the police as a whole. I don't see why members of the public shouldn't be allowed to give their informed criticism when coppers are happy to take criticism from colleagues.


You haven't answered the question, you've just gone straight into a moan.

Try again - how many times have you complained to the police?
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Axtol » Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:02 pm

Guest wrote:
Axtol wrote:
Guest wrote:Axtol isn't having a very good time on his or her ds thread about this.

Comes across as a paranoid conspiracy theorist with fuck all back up and no credibility.

Also mentions complaining to the police. I wonder how many times. Perhaps he or she will enlighten us.


Happy to. In my experience, whenever you criticize the police you get called "anti police" or they accuse you of having an "agenda". It's like they think that they are above criticism from the public (although curiously they are happy to listen to criticism from fellow officers) so if anyone criticizes, it must be because of an agenda rather than a legitimate criticism. It's stifling public-police relations because people are being made to feel like we aren't allowed to criticize the police, or that if we are critical of one specific case, we are critical of the police as a whole. I don't see why members of the public shouldn't be allowed to give their informed criticism when coppers are happy to take criticism from colleagues.


You haven't answered the question, you've just gone straight into a moan.

Try again - how many times have you complained to the police?


I’ve never made an official complaint about them or anything like that. What I refer to is how I got on well with some of the local coppers, chatted, always a friendly smile, they’d stop for a wee gab in your shop when they were in buying their lunch. Then I criticized something, a case in the news where I felt the officer used excessive force. I said this and all of a sudden the attitude changed. Those coppers still came into my shop, but there was no friendly chat anymore.Strictly business, grab their food, pay, and go. Whenever we saw each other in the street, what used to be a cheerful hello and stop for a brief chat when they had time now turned into a curt nod at absolute max. It was as though they felt I was no longer deserving of their friendship for giving valid and informed criticism on a subject I am more than qualified to comment on.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby calitom » Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:11 pm

The UK starting to remind me of the movie MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Except instead of hashish its unpolitically correct speech.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:33 pm

calitom wrote:The UK starting to remind me of the movie MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Except instead of hashish its unpolitically correct speech.


What rubbish.

That's like saying we think your police forces are all like Police Academy. :gigglesnshit:

I asked you a question on your Italy thread but you blanked it.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:45 am

Axtol wrote:
Guest wrote:
Axtol wrote:
Guest wrote:Axtol isn't having a very good time on his or her ds thread about this.

Comes across as a paranoid conspiracy theorist with fuck all back up and no credibility.

Also mentions complaining to the police. I wonder how many times. Perhaps he or she will enlighten us.


Happy to. In my experience, whenever you criticize the police you get called "anti police" or they accuse you of having an "agenda". It's like they think that they are above criticism from the public (although curiously they are happy to listen to criticism from fellow officers) so if anyone criticizes, it must be because of an agenda rather than a legitimate criticism. It's stifling public-police relations because people are being made to feel like we aren't allowed to criticize the police, or that if we are critical of one specific case, we are critical of the police as a whole. I don't see why members of the public shouldn't be allowed to give their informed criticism when coppers are happy to take criticism from colleagues.


You haven't answered the question, you've just gone straight into a moan.

Try again - how many times have you complained to the police?


I’ve never made an official complaint about them or anything like that. What I refer to is how I got on well with some of the local coppers, chatted, always a friendly smile, they’d stop for a wee gab in your shop when they were in buying their lunch. Then I criticized something, a case in the news where I felt the officer used excessive force. I said this and all of a sudden the attitude changed. Those coppers still came into my shop, but there was no friendly chat anymore.Strictly business, grab their food, pay, and go. Whenever we saw each other in the street, what used to be a cheerful hello and stop for a brief chat when they had time now turned into a curt nod at absolute max. It was as though they felt I was no longer deserving of their friendship for giving valid and informed criticism on a subject I am more than qualified to comment on.



They obviously recognise you're an ignorant c**t who, instead of treating them like ordinary customers you grab the chance to spout off. No wonder their attitude changed. What did you expect? Them to agree with you or even engage in something they probably aren't even interested in and certainly wouldn't want to get into a debate about. I'm not surprised they don't want to get into such a conversation with an ignorant and stupid twat like you.

You come across here and on ds as a self-righteous c**t with an agenda and someone who hasn't a clue why people see things differently. No wonder those coppers you thought were your friends - snigger - have stepped back from you. Irritating little turd.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:48 am

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calitom wrote:The UK starting to remind me of the movie MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Except instead of hashish its unpolitically correct speech.


What rubbish.

That's like saying we think your police forces are all like Police Academy. :gigglesnshit:

I asked you a question on your Italy thread but you blanked it.


Calitom is a dumb redneck - think Boss Hogg with brain damage - so don't expect any sense.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Dean » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:12 am

calitom wrote:The UK starting to remind me of the movie MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Except instead of hashish its unpolitically correct speech.


Didn’t America just ban NFL players from kneeling during the anthem?
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby banana chewits » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:25 am

calitom wrote:The UK starting to remind me of the movie MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Except instead of hashish its unpolitically correct speech.


not politically incorrect speech?
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Axtol » Wed Jun 06, 2018 2:42 pm

Guest wrote:You come across here and on ds as a self-righteous c**t with an agenda


Ok what's this "agenda" then? Because I've posted things which are both critical of the police in some cases, and supportive/defending the police in others. I'm struggling to see how I can have an "anti police agenda" when I've sometimes supported them and defended them. There was even one thread quite a while ago where it was literally me, Deep Purple, and Monkey Moo in agreement the police were right, versus almost everyone else who thought they were wrong. Some "anti police agenda" there eh....


Guest wrote:No wonder those coppers you thought were your friends - snigger - have stepped back from you. Irritating little turd.


Yep I did think of them as friends. They'd always stop for a quick chat when they could, always friendly, engaging with the community. Then one day during our frequent chats there was some video in the news about an arrest, and I said something like "Hmm...don't think I can really see what justification he had for that amount of force" and immediately they got kind of arsey, saying that it's very different when you're in that situation and your heart is racing and adrenaline going and you just have a split second to think what to do. I bet they wouldn't have given the same condescending lecture to a fellow officer, but for some reason they assumed I wouldn't know? I just chalked it up to them having a tough day and assumed we'd put it behind us, but nope, next time I saw them completely blanked. And at best, it was just a curt nod from then on, if that. I think it's pretty sad that they are so unwilling to listen to informed criticism that they completely blank someone they've known and chatted to happily in the past. I think it's very immature, as it's basically responding to criticism by sticking your fingers in your ears and going la la I can't hear you. If they'd had the time, why not have a proper debate about it, like they would if a fellow copper said the same thing I did. Or just a "Nah mate, we aren't gonna agree on that" and we could have all moved on.
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Re: MI5 to share data with police and councils

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:12 pm

Axtol wrote:
Guest wrote:You come across here and on ds as a self-righteous c**t with an agenda


Ok what's this "agenda" then? Because I've posted things which are both critical of the police in some cases, and supportive/defending the police in others. I'm struggling to see how I can have an "anti police agenda" when I've sometimes supported them and defended them. There was even one thread quite a while ago where it was literally me, Deep Purple, and Monkey Moo in agreement the police were right, versus almost everyone else who thought they were wrong. Some "anti police agenda" there eh....


Guest wrote:No wonder those coppers you thought were your friends - snigger - have stepped back from you. Irritating little turd.


Yep I did think of them as friends. They'd always stop for a quick chat when they could, always friendly, engaging with the community. Then one day during our frequent chats there was some video in the news about an arrest, and I said something like "Hmm...don't think I can really see what justification he had for that amount of force" and immediately they got kind of arsey, saying that it's very different when you're in that situation and your heart is racing and adrenaline going and you just have a split second to think what to do. I bet they wouldn't have given the same condescending lecture to a fellow officer, but for some reason they assumed I wouldn't know? I just chalked it up to them having a tough day and assumed we'd put it behind us, but nope, next time I saw them completely blanked. And at best, it was just a curt nod from then on, if that. I think it's pretty sad that they are so unwilling to listen to informed criticism that they completely blank someone they've known and chatted to happily in the past. I think it's very immature, as it's basically responding to criticism by sticking your fingers in your ears and going la la I can't hear you. If they'd had the time, why not have a proper debate about it, like they would if a fellow copper said the same thing I did. Or just a "Nah mate, we aren't gonna agree on that" and we could have all moved on.


Face it, you're a tedious little moaner who goes off criticising the police because that's what you do. And what about this reading police forums? Sounds a bit obsessive and a way to feed your anti police agenda.

Now fuck off.
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