In a statement to the Commons on 11 August 2011, after Parliament was recalled from its summer recess, Prime Minster David Cameron says “No phoney human rights concerned will get in the way” of bringing these people to justice with respect of the use of Facial recognition software used on the images captured by CCT security cameras. This dialouge starts at the 5:00 minute mark in the video embedded in the link
Prime Minister David Cameron states that we are making technology work for us, that the government is going to look into blocking peoples access and use to social media services on the Internet. He goes on to further state that the London riots where organized on social media outlets and Police, Intelligence agencies, and the service providers are going to be collaborating together in an effort at stopping people from using the Internet to quell any further criminality and violence.
As well Prime Minister Cameron speaks about bringing in the military to help augment the effort to control the population and bring the criminals to justice, that there might be tasks that the army could do and free up the police forces. He has asked the police if they need any “new powers”.
Prime Minster David Cameron speaks about instating a “curfew” Sounds like there will soon be military check points and the full suspension of Liberty.
The following is an excerpt from the BBC it in parts quotes the address he made in his statement to the Commons. It does not really speak about the underlining theme that Martial law and New Police powers are to be given to both the police and military authorities. This is another example of how the main stream media is failing to fully report on what is really going down, rather they seek to sensationalize the dramatic footage of people rioting and buildings burning. The issue is that the youth of the the UK have little hope, morality has been stripped from the culture and godlessness is the State of thing today in England.
I am in no way supporting the thugs and criminals that have rioted, looted, and destroyed property and peoples livelihoods, I am saying the the conditions both social and economic have contributed to the breach of the public trust and a sever blow to Liberty for our brothers and sisters in the UK. When a people are “bred” to not be able to govern themselves Big Brother and the police state are more than willing to assume the authority of the people and by military force seek to control the population.
Prime Minister David Cameron has told those responsible for the recent rioting in England: “You will pay for what you have done.”
In a statement to the Commons on 11 August 2011, after Parliament was recalled from its summer recess, Mr Cameron outlined a series of proposals that he said would make it easier to apprehend looters and protect innocent people from any future unrest.
The government will examine whether new powers are needed to block people who are “plotting violence, disorder and criminality” from using social media and other communications services, telling MPs: “Free flow of information can be used for good. But it can also be used for ill.”….
……He also said that ministers were looking into the use of dispersal powers and considering “whether any wider power of curfew is necessary”.
“To the law-abiding people who play by the rules, and who are the overwhelming majority in our country, I say: the fightback has begun, we will protect you, if you’ve had your livelihood and property damaged, we will compensate you. We are on your side,” Mr Cameron said.
“And to the lawless minority, the criminals who have taken what they can get, I say this: We will track you down, we will find you, we will charge you, we will punish you. You will pay for what you have done.”
Full length video of Prim Minister David Cameron’s address to the Commons August 11th 2011