A FORMER OF MI5 HAS
CONFIRMED WE LIVE IN A POLICE STATE- IF ANYONE
WOULD KNOW SHE WOULD.
THE GOVERNMENT IS SIMPLY PREPARING US FOR THE
ULTIMATE POLICE STATE THE UNITED STATES OF EUROPE.
creating a police state, says former spy chief Dame
Mail-Tuesday, February 17,2009] ,
THE REAL-LIFE 'M'
Dame Stella, the
first female head of a British secret service sgency,
fell into the shadowy world od espionage while
working for the High Commission in India in 1967.
On return to
Britain, she worked in all three branches of the
service: counter-espionage, counter-subversion and
counter-terrorism. In 1992, she became Director
General of MI5 and was the inspiration for Judi
Dench's character 'M' in the Bond Films. Since
retiring in 1996, she has regularly courted
In 2001, she
revealed she once borrowed cab money from a would-be
defector to visit her daughter in hospital. She
published her memoirs that year and has written four
spy thrillers. the 73-year-old has also been an
outspoken critic of British and U.S. anti-terrorism
In 2005, she
said the U.S response to 9/II was a 'huge over
action'.[But the Defense Industry in the U.S must
have celebrated such fantastic luck in not only
having one illegal war but two.]
A Former spy chief
last night accused Labour of turning Britain into a
'police state' by cynically exploiting the public's
fear of terrorism.
Rimington, the first female head of MI5, warned the
Government was playing into the hands of extremists
by eroding our civil liberties.
attack adds to growing concern over how ancient
freedoms have been relentlessly undermined by
draconian new laws.
Dame Stella said:
'it would be better that the Government recognised
that there are risks, rather than frightening people
in order to be able to pass laws which restrict
-precisely one of
the objects of
that we live in fear
and under a
Last week, a House
of Lords committee demanded a drastic curtailing of
the STATE'S BIG BROTHER surveillance powers.
TOO LITTLE! TOO LATE!
[TO BE CONTINUED]