Quite simply, as the UK sinks into the deepest reaches of an Orwellian Police State, where the government tracks every car on the autobahns, every phone call, all Internet usage and even has council members rummaging through people's dust bins before the rubbish is picked up, and all the while their own industry is pushed off to third world nations and the British themselves are pushed off by a tsunami of third world immigrants bent on making the English like them not themselves like the English, the beleaguered and enslaved subjects of Her Majesty are looking for someone to strike out of sheer anger. Instead of looking inwardly and to God and solving the myriad of their own problems, they have instead chosen the easier route of striking at far off Russians. Of course it is the now long habit of taking the easier route that has brought the English to the point of possible extinction on the English Isles. A sorry state indeed.
And for good measure here's the Ugandan Sunday Monitor...
Just like the Movement government are routinely misusing the police to silence the Opposition, the arrest by Counter-Terrorism Command Police of an opposition politician illustrates the determination by the New Labour government to misuse state institutions to prevent its critics from disclosing vote-losing information to the British people.Oh dear. Police State, my arse.
This development raises many disturbing questions for Ugandans, Africans and the British people. Has Mr Gordon Brown been publicly criticising Mr Robert Mugabe in the British Parliament, European Union, G8 and the United Nations while privately admiring the ways he deals with the opposition?
Will Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai, Kenya’s Raila Odinga and the Congolese still trust Mr Gordon Brown and his New Labour government to be honest brokers in promoting political and human rights in their troubled countries?