‘we signed the Official Secrets Act’…..but I can tell you

Hello Tap, may i compliment you on your blog for posting what the mainstream media back away from.
Before joining Doctors against racism, I along with Dr Berchinger worked as police doctors, we signed the official secrets act and there is a lot we cant talk about. 
But i can tell you the item of the high profile pedo groups is absolutely corect and in fact we could add to this some more surprising and unsavoury  detail.
TAP – go ahead.
Most of the policemen we worked with were good family men, who did not agree with keeping silent on child abuse and would chat informally to us doctors, the legal papers served by the London police and solicitors on these evil abusers were freely shown about in our group.
Bruce Springstein knew all about what went on from the circles he moved and the song mentioned  is totally correct in its assumptions and suggestions.  The emails you had complaining about the song all came from a close area so were probably friends in contact to discredit what I as a long serving police doctor and my colleagues know full well is true. 
I tried to contact the author to tell him more but there was a handful of people with similar names all doing vaguely similar stuff.
Please convey my thanks to him for highlighting a dirty and vicous area.
Dr N Ahmed.
The Tap Blog is a collective of like-minded researchers and writers who’ve joined forces to distribute information and voice opinions avoided by the world’s media.

4 Responses to “‘we signed the Official Secrets Act’…..but I can tell you”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi tap,

    Thought this video might be of interest to you:

    Ian R Crane – The Project For The New American Century

    Covers a wide range of topics.

    Two things interested me. First, was the opening joke on the telephone taking the urine out of idiots who label anything they don’t understand as ‘Conspiracy Theory’… awh… bless ’em lol.

    The other was the fact that Ian R. Crane worked in the oil industry for 20+ years. ‘Peak Oil’ is a scam to keep oil prices artificially high, and Ian mentioned he was actually there when the Kuwait oil fires were deliberately started. What Ian didn’t mention was how much Red Adair made from this false-flag oil disaster. Red Adair is made out to be a hero, but did he know about the Kuwait oil false flag, or was he just thinking of lining his bank account?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap,

    Given your articles on broadband this may make your blood boil even more:


    Cities already have decent infrastructure – particularly when compared to rural areas.

    You might find this one interesting too:


  3. Anonymous says:

    Smile, the Government Is Watching: Next Generation Identification

    Brace yourselves for the next wave in the surveillance state’s steady incursions into our lives. It’s coming at us with a lethal one-two punch.

    To start with, there’s the government’s integration of facial recognition software and other biometric markers into its identification data programs.
    The FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) system is a $1 billion boondoggle that is aimed at dramatically expanding the government’s current ID database from a fingerprint system to a facial recognition system.

    NGI will use a variety of biometric data, cross-referenced against the nation’s growing network of surveillance cameras to not only track your every move but create a permanent “recognition” file on you within the government’s massive databases.

    By the time it’s fully operational in 2014, NGI will serve as a vast data storehouse of “iris scans, photos searchable with face recognition technology, palm prints, and measures of gait and voice recordings alongside records of fingerprints, scars, and tattoos.”

    One component of NGI, the Universal Face Workstation, already contains some 13 million facial images, gleaned from “criminal mug shot photos” taken during the booking process.

    However, with major search engines having “accumulated face image databases that in their size dwarf the earth’s population,” it’s only a matter of time before the government taps into the trove of images stored on social media and photo sharing websites such as Facebook.

    Also aiding and abetting police in their efforts to track our every movement in real time is Trapwire, which allows for quick analysis of live feeds from CCTV surveillance cameras.

    Some of Trapwire’s confirmed users are the DC police, and police and casinos in Las Vegas. Police in New York, Los Angeles, Canada, and London are also thought to be using Trapwire.

    Using Trapwire in conjunction with NGI, police and other government agents will be able to pinpoint anyone by checking the personal characteristics stored in the database against images on social media websites, feeds from the thousands of CCTV surveillance cameras installed throughout American cities (there are 3,700 CCTV cameras tracking the public in the New York subway system alone), as well as data being beamed down from the more than 30,000 surveillance drones taking to the skies within the next eight years.

    Going far beyond the scope of those with criminal backgrounds, the NGI data includes criminals and non-criminals alike—in other words, innocent American citizens. The information is being amassed through a variety of routine procedures, with the police leading the way as prime collectors of biometrics for something as non-threatening as a simple moving violation.

    For example, the New York Police Department began photographing irises of suspects and arrestees in 2010, routinely telling suspects that the scans were mandatory, despite there being no law requiring defendants to have their irises scanned.

    Police departments across the country are now being equipped with the Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System, or MORIS, a physical iPhone add-on that allows officers patrolling the streets to scan the irises and faces of individuals and match them against government databases.


  4. Anonymous says:

    Take, for example, the Secure Communities initiative. Touted by the Department of Homeland Security as a way to crack down on illegal immigration, the program attempted to match the inmates in local jails against the federal immigration database.

    Unfortunately, it resulted in Americans being arrested for reporting domestic abuse and occasionally flagged US citizens for deportation.

    More recently, in July 2012, security researcher Javier Galbally demonstrated that iris scans can be spoofed, allowing a hacker to use synthetic images of an iris to trick an iris-scanning device into thinking it had received a positive match for a real iris over 50 percent of the time.

    The writing is on the wall. With technology moving so fast and assaults on our freedoms, privacy and otherwise, occurring with increasing frequency, there is little hope of turning back this technological, corporate and governmental juggernaut.

    Consider this, however: while the general public, largely law-abiding, continues to be pried on, spied on and treated like suspects by a government that spends an exorbitant amount of money on the security-intelligence complex, the government’s attention and resources are effectively being diverted from the true threats that remain at large—namely, those terrorists abroad who seek, through overt action and implied threat, to continue the reign of terror in America begun in the wake of the 9/11 attacks


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