25 May 2010 lkcl   » (Master)

apathy and its antidote

well, i went down to the guildford library, took photos of the 50 or so pages of the 1948 statute reform act... over two weeks ago. the photos are still, unexamined, on my SD card.

in other words: out of sheer apathy, i'd left the Treason investigation behind me.

so receiving a stalinist "invitation" to attend an "assessment" was like a 50kV taser shot to the nuts, throwing me into _completely_ the opposite direction intended by the fascist/ignorant/stalinist decision made by some as yet unknown person in the Surrey Police Force.

i'm meeting with my MP on friday. i've written a letter to the Queen, explaining my outrage and concern that i may have to seek asylum outside of the EU. i've made a complaint to the IPCC and will be asking my MP to contact them on my behalf, in order to add teeth to the enquiry. a friend of mine has contacted the slightly unnerving UK Column on my behalf, and someone from UK Column just _happens_ to be visiting and lobbying members of the House of Lords today...

all in all the _complete_ opposite effect intended by the stalinistic approach, which is presumably intended to either call into question the credibility of the person reporting the crimes, or to scare them off.

as people who actually bother to do their research about me tend to know, i don't take too kindly to being threatened by "powerful" people: it tends to piss me off and i start looking for metaphorical two by fours to go metaphorically smacking them about the head with.

question: has anyone heard of the "Fixation Unit"? it's apparently a unit that is tasked with referring citizens who report crimes committed by politicians to "mental health assessments".

such delicious irony: my apathy was overcome by the accusation of "fixation". who's _actually_ "fixated" - me or this fucking "Fixation Unit"?

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