Who is driving the Stasi agenda being rolled out after the Paris false flag events ?

Has this legislation been waiting for just the right catalytic event ?

Theresa May,  and

Timothy Kirkhope. Chairman, Conservative Friends of Israel (Europe) (since 1999).Theresa May,  September 10, 2014The Government’s Home Secretary, Theresa May gave a speech at a Conservative Friends Of Israel reception.“Thank you, Stuart.  It’s a pleasure to be here with fellow Conservative Friends of Israel, and it’s a particular pleasure to be here in the company of you, Mr Ambassador.

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The collapse of Syria that has spawned ISIS and threatens to destabilise Lebanon and Jordan.  The instability of the wider region.  And the threats issued to Israel by Iran.  No democratic government could, in the face of such danger, do anything but maintain a strong defence and security capability and be prepared to deploy it if necessary.  That is why I – and the whole British Government – will always defend Israel’s right to defend itself.
http://www.jewishnews.co.uk/may-conservative-israel/

Timothy Kirkhope MEP @TimKirkhopeMEP Follow

Please support my PNR proposals ; on the table for nearly three years! We must give EU citizens more protection

9:09 AM – 27 Jan 2015Fancy that both are self declared friends of Israel funny how they keep cropping up when it comes to anti-freedom legislation and rolling out a police state.

European counter-terror plan involves blanket collection of passengers’ data

Exclusive: European commission plans to request 42 items of personal information about air passengers

Civil liberty campaigners say the revised European passenger name record plan – in the aftermath of the Paris attacks – breaches a recent European court of justice ruling that blanket collection of personal data without detailed safeguards is a severe incursion on personal privacy.

The European commission plan to be published on Wednesday would require 42 separate pieces of information on every passenger flying in and out of Europe, including their bank card details, home address and meal preferences such as halal, to be stored on a central database for up to five years for access by the police and security services.

The proposal, seen by the Guardian, describes itself as a “workable compromise” between European interior ministers, who want to see its swift adoption for all flights within Europe as well as flights in and out of Europe, and the European parliament’s civil liberties committee, which blocked the plan nearly two years ago.

European interior ministers, including the home secretary, Theresa May, who has been pushing the issue most strongly, agreed in Paris on the day of the “Je Suis Charlie” unity march that their main counter-terrorism priority in tracking foreign fighters was to overturn the European parliament’s opposition to the plan.

They issued a joint statement saying there was a “crucial and urgent need to move toward an European passenger name record system” and immediate progress will be on the agenda when EU interior ministers meet in Riga on Thursday.

Data targets

The House of Lords has said the 42 pieces of passenger data that airlines need to hand over to the police and security services enable aspects of a passenger’s history, conduct and behaviour to be deduced

The 42 categories are:

• passport number

• country which issued passport

• passport expiry date

• given names

• last name

• gender

• date of birth

• nationality

• passenger name record locator code

• date of reservation

• date(s) of intended travel

• name

• other names on passenger name record (PNR)

• address

• all forms of payment information

• billing address

• contact telephone numbers

• all travel itinerary for specific PNR

• frequent flyer information

• travel agency

• travel agent

• code share PNR information

• travel status of passenger

• split/divided PNR information

• email address

• ticketing field information

• general remarks

• ticket number

• seat number

• date of ticket issued

• no-show history

• bag tag history

• go-show information

• other service-related information

• special service requests, such as meal preferences

• received from information

• all historical changes to PNR

• number of travellers on PNR

• seat information

• one-way tickets

• any collected advanced passenger information system information

• automatic ticketing fare quote

http://rt.com/news/226963-europe-airlines-terrorism-data/

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/28/european-commission-blanket-collection-passenger-data

Comment: Letter from UK Jews to the Guardian, 22 January 2015

WE ARE shocked and alarmed that the home secretary has been swept up in the wave of hysteria deliberately whipped up by the so-called Campaign Against Antisemitism, claiming that a quarter of British Jews were considering leaving for Israel and that 45% believed that Jews had no long-term future in Britain.

The CAA’s scaremongering report quotes from its own poll which, according to the Institute of Jewish Policy Research, was methodologically flawed and unreliable. Another poll by Survation, from a representative sample of more than 500 of Britain’s Jewish population, found that 88% of Jews had not considered emigrating.

The home secretary must know that the CAA was set up last summer, not to fight antisemitism but to counter rising criticism of Israel’s murderous assault on Gaza.

Its first big success was bullying the Tricycle Theatre into withdrawing its objection to Israeli embassy funding of the UK Jewish Film Festival.

The CAA and the home secretary conflate anti-Israeli and antisemitic views, convenient cover for her desire to legislate for a snooper’s charter and criminalise opinions she disagrees with.

Accusing critics of Israel and Zionism of antisemitism merely devalues the currency, while claiming the right for Jews to censor what others say about Israel is hardly the way to combat prejudice against them.

We do not deny that there are fears abroad among Jews in Britain, ourselves included, but we see far greater racist threats to other minorities in this country, in particular the beleaguered Muslim community.

Seymour Alexander, Craig Berman, Rica Bird, Prof Haim Bresheeth, James Cohen, Mike Cushman, Deborah Fink, Kenny Fryde, Carolyn Gelenter, Michael Gold, Tony Greenstein, Abe Hayeem, Selma James, Michael Kalmanovitz, Paul Kaufman, Rachel Lever, Dr Les Lewidow, Susanne Levin, Prof emeritus Moshe Machover, Miriam Margolyes, Diana Neslen, Roland Rance, Frances Rifkin, Sheila Robin, Prof emeritus Steven Rose, Prof emeritus Jonathan Rosenhead, Leon Rosselson, Michael Sackin, Miriam Scharf, Ruth Tenne, Stanley Walinets, Sam Weinstein, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi

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3 Responses to “Who is driving the Stasi agenda being rolled out after the Paris false flag events ?”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Letter from UK Jews to the Guardian, 22 January 2015

    WE ARE shocked and alarmed that the home secretary has been swept up in the wave of hysteria deliberately whipped up by the so-called Campaign Against Antisemitism, claiming that a quarter of British Jews were considering leaving for Israel and that 45% believed that Jews had no long-term future in Britain.

    The CAA’s scaremongering report quotes from its own poll which, according to the Institute of Jewish Policy Research, was methodologically flawed and unreliable. Another poll by Survation, from a representative sample of more than 500 of Britain’s Jewish population, found that 88% of Jews had not considered emigrating.

    The home secretary must know that the CAA was set up last summer, not to fight antisemitism but to counter rising criticism of Israel’s murderous assault on Gaza.

    Its first big success was bullying the Tricycle Theatre into withdrawing its objection to Israeli embassy funding of the UK Jewish Film Festival.

    The CAA and the home secretary conflate anti-Israeli and antisemitic views, convenient cover for her desire to legislate for a snooper’s charter and criminalise opinions she disagrees with.

    Accusing critics of Israel and Zionism of antisemitism merely devalues the currency, while claiming the right for Jews to censor what others say about Israel is hardly the way to combat prejudice against them.

    We do not deny that there are fears abroad among Jews in Britain, ourselves included, but we see far greater racist threats to other minorities in this country, in particular the beleaguered Muslim community.

    Seymour Alexander, Craig Berman, Rica Bird, Prof Haim Bresheeth, James Cohen, Mike Cushman, Deborah Fink, Kenny Fryde, Carolyn Gelenter, Michael Gold, Tony Greenstein, Abe Hayeem, Selma James, Michael Kalmanovitz, Paul Kaufman, Rachel Lever, Dr Les Lewidow, Susanne Levin, Prof emeritus Moshe Machover, Miriam Margolyes, Diana Neslen, Roland Rance, Frances Rifkin, Sheila Robin, Prof emeritus Steven Rose, Prof emeritus Jonathan Rosenhead, Leon Rosselson, Michael Sackin, Miriam Scharf, Ruth Tenne, Stanley Walinets, Sam Weinstein, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi

  2. Julie says:

    Theresa May went to Israel last year. She is being groomed by jews to be the next Tory leader and the nonce Liam Fox is “behind” her! Doesn’t matter if Boris Johnson or Theresa May win the leadership, they are bought by jews.

    From 29 to 1 July Theresa May was in Israel for her first visit as the UK’s Home Secretary.

    During her visit, the Home Secretary held a series of discussions themed around Modern Slavery, protection of minors on the internet, and terrorism. She met with victims of Human Trafficking, and held a roundtable discussion on the subject with civil society and Israeli officials. She also met experts in cyber security, and met some cutting edge Israeli cyber start-ups at a roundtable discussion on internet safety and security organised by the UK-Israel Tech Hub.

    During her visit the Home Secretary met Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, Interior Minister Gidon Sa’ar, and Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch, with whom she discussed different aspects of UK cooperation with Israel, including on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, and on policing.

    The Home Secretary visited Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial, and laid a wreath at the Hall of Remembrance in memory of those who perished.

    Commenting on the trip, the Home Secretary said:

    “On my first visit to Israel as Home Secretary, I was delighted to see first-hand the flourishing partnership between the UK and Israel. I held very positive discussions with my Israeli counterparts, and agreed a range of areas for future cooperation.

    “I was deeply moved by my visit to Yad Vashem. It is a powerful reminder of the most terrible crime of history. Remembering is sacred, and the UK stands committed to commemorating the Holocaust, the victims and the survivors.”

    https://www.gov.uk/government/world-location-news/home-secretary-theresa-may-visits-israel

  3. Freeborn says:

    May, Johnson (and Livingstone before him) bought and sold ZOG agents.

    On the back of the blatant Charlie Hebdo false-flag the Old Bill now want stun guns issued to all frontline officers.

    May, Johnson, Cameron, Milliband will have the you all under the NWO jackboot soon enough!

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