Your Biometrics are Wanted by Big Brother
|by the Editor
Are you experiencing a "transformational plan" or "change" at work? Be advised you quite possibly have Common Purpose at work within your organisation. It seems Common Purpose's disturbing transformation of the once friendly British bobby continues with this worrying device.
This device with an app called Identity Not Known (or INK as an acronym) can record prints in less that a minute. They can then be compared against databases to try and identify you, but what happens to your fingerprints after if you are some random innocent bullied in to giving them by one of the heavily "transformed" constables we are seeing emerge these days. Are they kept or are they destroyed?
The scanner was developed as part of Common Purpose graduate and Met Commissioner Cressida Dick's determination to make the best use of technology to fight crime according to the Express.
In July, according to the Register Cressida Dick commented that she didn’t expect the use of automated facial recognition tech to result in "lots of arrests". She did add that the public would "expect" cops to trial it. Now, who is Cressida Dick to speak for the public? I can only speak as one man, but I do not want facial recognition. Are we to take it there are already existing databases of the general public?
Given her links to Common Purpose and their "leading beyond authority" mantra or as I would put it "doing things you're not allowed to do" the question needs to be asked as to whether this woman should be allowed to hold any position within the Police. She may well be a nice woman, but Common Purpose are utterly at odds with our laws and need to be shut down.
The problem we have here though is this is part of the growing erosion of our ancient Common Law rights and breaching the Magna Carta.
I would suggest there is a very strong and lawful defence that could be made out of Clause 39 of the Magna Carta should any Constable try to force you to give your fingerprint to one of these machines.
Magna Carta Clause 39: "No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land."
Any statute passed to force you to present your fingerprints to one of these devices when you haven't done anything wrong would be absolutely against Common Law and as such if you got it in to an uncorrupted court the statute would face annulment by jury.
There should be a mutual respect between Police Constables and your every day man and woman. We grant them the power to do their job under our ancient laws, but they perform their duties without abusing that power and with deep respect. They need us and we need them.
I do not blame your average Police Constable for this agenda. They are being attacked from within by organisations like Common Purpose and other malicious entities whose desire is to break our trust in our Police force and make the desire for change greater than the desire for the status quo. The policing will then be contracted out to other companies. G4S are already doing some policing in Lincolnshire.
I would advise that not every Common Purpose graduate is aware of what Common Purpose are and some will be decent people. I have known some and they're not bad people at heart, but the Common Purpose agenda is poisonous.
Remember they are our Police force, not the governmental Police force. We need to show the good ones what is being done. If enough of them know, the arrests of those subverting the law of this country can start.
Included below are some links to talks by ex-Naval Officer Brian Gerrish on Common Purpose and the general subversion of our laws and culture. Also included is a link to Common Purpose Exposed.