There is disturbing news from England recently that government policy continues to take away the civil right to free speech and the ability to voice a personal opinion that goes against the official narrative.

From the land of Speaker’s Corner, “a traditional site for public speeches and debates in London’s Hyde Park since the mid 1800’s when protests and demonstrations took place” there, we now are seeing the rise of actual, factual Thought Police.

Officers from a new British police branch are tasked with running down people accused of committing “hate crimes.” An in-home interview is standard procedure.

Even when the Thought Police determine that no legal crime has, in fact, been committed, a note is added to a police file kept on these truly innocent people whose misfortune it was to be singled out anonymously by one or more persons who objected to something the alleged perpetrator of hate speech said or posted online, calling it “hateful.”
Look out, Brave New World, Great Britain is institutionalizing police who come calling to question your ideas and beliefs, including what you “Like” or “Share” on other people’s Facebook pages.

Have you read the classic novel 1984 by George Orwell (himself a Brit), published in 1949? Set 35 years in the future, one world government ruled over the entire planet.

Ever-alert totalitarian policemen used advanced technology to surveil all citizens for any infraction of the many laws. The look on a person’s face or something said – or merely the way something was said, could lead to an arrest and speedy conviction to a long jail sentence as an enemy of the state.

In Orwell’s dystopian future society, the global government and its top leader controlled the masses through “Newspeak,” the official language across the superstate Oceania. This language was redesigned to limit grammar and vocabulary in order to curtail free thought, the enemy of all autocratic societies.

In Oceania, criminal thoughts were punishable under the law. (In 1949, the memory of innumerable and horrific Nazi atrocities committed during World War II still lingered in America’s social conscience so this notion was not that outlandish.)

In point of historical fact, Nazi Germans established complete control very quickly everywhere they invaded – except in the minds of the resistance fighters.

Now, in 2019, police in Humberside, Enlgand, paid a visit to chat with a local man who tweets under the name “Harry the Owl.” It seems someone lodged a complaint about one of Mr. Owl’s posts.

The offensive post said that “trans women are not women.” This candid opinion on the part of HtO triggered a legal investigation launched by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) community in jolly old England.

On January 23, HtO tweeted from work that his boss had informed him that “cops” had phoned to speak with him. HtO dutifully returned the call and talked to a Police Constable (PC):

“Spoke to PC from Humberside, introduces himself as representing the LGBTQ community on a report of hate speech by me. They’d found me via my company, had been all over the website & decided if I employed trans people at all, it was not a safe place for them & work should know.”

The PC said that of the 30-odd tweets from HtO that police had reviewed, no actual crimes had been discovered. Then, over the phone, the officer then read a limerick – a humorous, short poem, often laded with sexual innuendo. Harry said he was not the limerick’s author.

“Ah. But you Liked it and promoted it,” the PC countered.

Harry then asked the PC “why he was wasting his time on a non crime,” to which the PC replied, “It’s not a crime, but it will be recorded as a hate incident.”

Somehow, according to the PC, the person who ratted out HtO was the “victim” in this non-crime. HtO tweeted:
“So, I’ve added to a statistic, even though there is no crime, which brings me to my next point. The cop repeatedly called the complainant ‘the victim.’ I asked how there could be a victim if, as he’d established, there was no crime. He said, ‘That’s just how it works.'”

HtO requested that the PC “desist” from “framing the complainant as ‘victim'” since this made the accused, “by default, ‘criminal.'”

Then, the conversation with the local PC turned “incredibly sinister,” according to HtO:

“The cop told me that he needed to speak with me because, even though I’d committed no crime whatsoever, he needed (and I quote) ‘to check my THINKING!'”

At the end of this ominous discourse, the PC informed HtO that he was advised to use his words more carefully or risk “being sacked by the company for hate speech.”

HtO refused to be intimidated by the Thought Police. He “wished him [the PC] well and said I needed to go and rinse my socks.”

Funding for the new British thought police started in August 2016. Scotland Yard was allocated 1.7 million pounds (2.25 million dollars) to hire five detectives to “investigate offensive comments from the internet.”

The police are also signing up volunteers who receive government training to patrol the vastness of cyberspace. These judgmental trolls are the new unpaid Deputy Thought Police who finger anyone guilty of saying or broadcasting “inappropriate” content.

23 thoughts on “The British Thought Police”
  1. Harry the Owl is 100% correct! Twisted thoughts vs reality. It’s like the Soros tool obama thinking he was going to be installed as the top Fascist-Communist and rule over the entire world, Muslims included, then there is reality, Soros was just playing him. Not much different than obama receiving a now igNobel Prize for doing NOTHING but preening, an advance payoff. Very much the same as Al Gore receiving an igNobel prize for creating and promoting his big lie.

  2. Trump needs to kick UN out of Our Country. Muslim Brotherhood causes problems and supports Muslim laws over our Constitution. We need to investigate the Mosque for guns and ammo. Are they hiding over stay visas Illegals who came in under Obama’s open borders. UN non-vetted refugees should be vetted before given anymore Welfare.
    Stopping the Illegals is important to keep our country safe. Drugs cartels will lose money because drugs and human trafficking big business. They control Mexico.
    Thank God for His Blessings for Our Country.

  3. We in the US are also being hounded by the Thought Police, in the form of Fakebook censors who, as a private enterprise can remove a user for disagreement with the “policies”. This, as well as our own “hate crime” laws, announces the arrival of a dysfunctional, Orwellian society.
    “Article 369 of the Criminal Code, titled ‘Incitement to hatred or discrimination’, prohibits hate speech directed against a group of persons. The offense carries a punishment of 6 months to 3 years’ imprisonment, or a fine.”

    Why is it, that the common sense statement of a biological fact, should be automatically labeled “hate”? If I should decide that I am the defacto Emperor of the World would find me quickly residing at the local Laughing Academy. Why should we be required to support the fantasies of the mentally ill – when those fantasies are in direct conflit with established, existing biological science? And then be LAWFULLY imprisoned or fined if there was no provable intent of the subjective term “hate”!

    Freedom of speech – controlled by the application of politically correct, but Constitutionally conflicting “laws” touting the subjective term “hate” is more evidence that we are slowly but surely losing the intent of our Constitution. WE do not have “equal protection under the law”, and the mentally ill have superior protection under the law… protection from expressed thoughts. Nowhere in our Constitution does it state that any citizen has the “right” to not be offended.

  4. British police forces are riddled with faggots, pedophiles, Marxists, muslim terrorist lovers, and apologists for black rapists.

    They are rotten from the top down and putrid to the core.

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