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Life in Soviet Britain: Carbon credits, snooping and secret inquests.

Another infringement on our freedoms was proposed by the environment agency todaym when they said that there should be restrictions placed on the amount of travelling that they do.

They propose to control public movement by issuing Carbon Accounts to everybody.

People would get a yearly carbon allowance and if they went over that they would have to purchase more credits.

Nice little earner for Labour, as well as a nice way for the state to nose ever further into all your business.

When a person purchased petrol for his car on switched on his central heating he would have to get his Carbon Account book stamped.

Naturally all this will be backed up by lots of state jobsworths, endless paperwork, councils spying on the populace and fines. Made a mistake, forms out of order, well have a fine.

Then we have seen that HM Govt wants to keep a log of all the emails, telephone calls and websites that we visit; as we are all suspect terrorists in their eyes. A Big Brother Database will hold all that for 6 years.

Also Inquests into suspicious deaths can now be held in private, all rather good should the police "have an accident" and shoot you whilst going about your daily routine.

So did anyone else see the irony of McSnotty Brown talking about freedom in Germany on the 20th Anniversary of the Berlin Wall coming down, whilst he is removing freedom here at home?....

Remember come polling day that this is a party that thinks you should have a license(and pay ever higher taxes) in order to buy a packet of cigarettes or to go for a beer.

A party who's leader has stated that single mothers should be shipped off to state run gulags.

Led by an unelected leader who it is claimed is taking lots of happy pills:  MAOIs - which stands for Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - which are generally a last line of treatment for major depression, when other anti-depressant drugs have failed.

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