British Secret Police Hunting Brigade Readers
Today about lunchtime I received a phone call from Detective Inspector [redacted] phoning from [redacted] Police Station in South London, (I Googled the phone number.)
He said that they would like to conduct a “chat” (interview) with me in connection with the UK Government's so called “Channel Project”, which he said concerned “vulnerable people who may be in danger from extremism” and “radicalization.” He didn't tell me where to find out about it online, but I Googled that too, see link: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/118194/channel-guidance.pdf
Although there are many ways in which they could have obtained my real name, address and phone number in correlation to my political views, I have reason to believe that my purchasing of your book The Brigade on Amazon.com could have triggered a police investigation into my affairs. This is because I noticed that my accounts had been tampered with after I recently bought the book online, using my credit card which is linked to my home address.
The inspector declined to discuss the line of inquiry which led him to issue the invitation, but said by implication that I am under a non-criminal police investigation regarding my political views and activities.
I said that I would consider the invitation.
What do you think I should do?
Living about 50 miles from “Winston Smith,” I agree 100% with your advice to give this [redacted] character nothing more than the five words, but I would add a warning.
In my opinion (and I know ZOG would deny this) any interview room is certain to be bugged, probably with video as well as audio. The law doesn't apply to ZOG’s enforcers, and people have even been convicted of “crimes” that don’t exist. If the cop thinks something ought to be illegal, you can be charged, tried and convicted - and ZOG has publicly stated that in some cases truth is no defence, meaning that an accusation is all it takes to get a conviction. People (especially White people) are automatically guilty of anything ZOG’s enforcers say.
The interview room will be bugged, or a cop who comes to your house will be carrying a concealed recording device. It's just my opinion, but I'd be very surprised if this wasn't true. Demand a solicitor, but it's not safe to talk to him either, even on a park bench.
A few years ago, a couple of people were sitting in a park discussing a hypothetical crime, probably with no intention whatsoever of actually carrying it out, but ZOG picked them up on hidden microphones and (if my memory serves me correctly) they were subsequently convicted.
Sorry this is a bit long, but basically say nothing in the street, in a public park or in an interview room, whether to ZOG’s enforcers or to a lawyer - even an honest one, if such a creature exists.
If you pass this message on, please identify me as "Barney", for obvious reasons, though I have no doubt ZOG knows who I am.
All the best,
(No, not that bloody pillock dinosaur)