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Guardian - Surveillance culture
« on: September 12, 2007, 06:30:37 am »

An eloquent comment on the suggestion that we are all DNA'd ( new verb)

http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/edward_pearce/2007/09/online_sedley.html


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As wrong and as bad a proposal as could be made. That is the only comment to make on the sly ministerial talk about a universal register of our DNA, the DNA of all of us - bloke doing his lawn, 58, not known as a tearaway, unknown to the police outside the golf club - watch him.



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You could call it reverse racism or a brilliant development of Dr Heinz Kiosk's famous dictum: "We are all guilty" (© Copyright: estate of the late Michael Wharton). Such is the sophistication wrought upon Dr Kiosk's early work that, of course, we will not be all guilty, we will be all treated as guilty.



Lynda  NO2ID 07802 151464  Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.

 

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