Good summary of Thought Police Britain

Hal Colebatch, writing in The Australian, has a good summary of the way in which Britain is evolving into "the first modern soft totalitarian state." (See: Thought police muscle up in Britain.) The examples he quotes are familiar and I have publicised several of them here. Nevertheless, it is useful to put them together as a summary of the way that such totalitarianism is increasing in Britain. As Colebatch says:
Any one of these incidents might be dismissed as an aberration, but taken together - and I have only mentioned a tiny sample; more are reported almost every day - they add up to a pretty clear picture.

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