Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Revealed Thanets Domestic Extremists

Yes here they are folks. Caught on camera in a  room over a pub in Ramsgate last night. Thanet's domestic extremists. Men and women, young and old from around Thanet,  meeting to talk about live animal exports and their campaign to put a stop to this barbaric trade. How many of them are, like
me, being spied on by the Kent and Met Police? How many hours of police time is wasted monitoring the internet activities , e-mail and phone calls made by these people and recording their attendance at demonstrations and perhaps even following some of them? During the course of yesterdays  2 hour meeting I don't recall a single illegal suggestion being made about campaigning activities, but don't take my word for it the meeting was probably bugged.

I read last week, that the Kent Police are likely lose 200 officers next year due to further budget cuts.  Perhaps if the Chief Constable was to review his policing priorities and concentrate on catching real criminals rather than spying on law abiding animal welfare campaigners then fewer officers would be lost.


  1. Look a pretty dangerous bunch to me, Ian, for there is one big bloke in a suspiciously camouflaged top, some bomb making equipment on the side (or are they glasses and straws) and one chap is losing his hair, a sure sign of crawling under wire perimeter fences. Think the lady with the blonde hair is a copper so no need for a bug.

    I suppose catching real criminals is reporting an anonymous blogger for threatening another anonymous blogger or reporting John Hamilton, whoever he might be, to the police commissioner for his language. Now they are real criminals.

  2. Those in Authority who abuse their power have got each other's backs. Isolated citizens who find solace in blogging, albeit clumsily, are not the ememy. Well done Ian for keeping the focus where it should be.