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Posted Thursday 14th June 2012 11:09 GMT amanfromMars 1 ….. http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/06/14/web_super_snoop_law_ccdp_theresa_may/
Re: “Later today, the Home Office will unveil its plans” …. confirming the plot is lost.

“Later today, the Home Office will unveil its plans” …… Totally unrelated to the fact that Shiny Dave is up before Lord Leveson today, of course. ….. Anonymous John Posted Thursday 14th June 2012 10:33 GMT

Yes, …. the vainglorious leader of the Coalition Party is up before Leveson and pontificating wonderfully …….. and trying very badly to convince everybody that in the great scheme of things, politicians/gangs of privately funded wafflers intent on being elected as a government to get their sticky mitts on the public purse and ensure that taxation pays for pretty much everything they plot around the Cabinet table and in private secret meetings off the public record, are still relevant and wield power, whenever every man and his dog know that control is exercised by others elsewhere, considerably better skilled in royal and ancient and dark and mysterious arts, and they do their bidding whether they think they do or not and are always reacting to events rather than drivering them.
Has Cameron reached three figures yet, in his appearance before the cameras and Leveson, with his ” get the message across” sound bite?
Who do you imagine runs the world? What smart little clique?
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Posted Thursday 14th June 2012 13:48 GMT amanfromMars 1 …… on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/06/14/web_super_snoop_draft_bill_released_by_home_office/

Headless Chickens …… Wannabe Eagles

Home Secretary Theresa May unveiled her proposals for the UK’s rehashed internet super-snoop law today, which immediately led to the Home Office’s website collapsing.
At time of writing, the draft 117-page Communications Data Bill was unavailable online.

Yes, well, that says it all about traditional government competence in these novel Live Operational Virtual Environment fields of today, methinks, although they will probably blame techies for their not being able to meet public demand[s]. Some things/bodies never change, eh?
Is there a global virtual war in progress, which only super intelligence services with special forces can win?
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Posted Thursday 14th June 2012 18:32 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/06/14/web_super_snoop_draft_bill_released_by_home_office/
Re: Headless Chickens …… Wannabe Eagles
It’s a mad, bad, sad, rad world and there is no mistaking that, but it doesn’t need to be whenever you have Global Control of IT and Massive Modular Media Mogul support ……. and all that requires is that one provides IT the requisite Proprietary Intellectual Property Portfolios/MkUltraSensitive Semantic NeuroLinguistic Programming Programs. IT is not as if it is difficult like sending folk into Space and thinking about colonising Mars, is it?
Now who would talk to about that simply complex project …… Future Perfect Present Product Placement? Who provides the intelligence product for nations to speak peace unto nations ……. although that appears to be a position long vacant if one considers the present state of nations with obviously sub-prime administrations in support of that status quo?
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