Posted by Centipede Nation Staff on November 24, 2020 4:55 pm

Dystopian Thought Police Targets Right-Wing ‘Radicals’…

The national ‘Police Prevent Advice Line’ in the UK has come out with a new advertising campaign that looks like it belongs in a 1980’s dystopian movie rather than our current reality.

The campaign is encouraging people to snitch on their family members and friends who they think might be ‘radicalized’ by right-wing propaganda.

Let’s first take a look at the ad:

It is so surreal that it is no wonder they turned off the comments on their YouTube channel.

Who is determining what meets the guidelines for radicalization? What groups are targeted?

It is hard to tell from their website if they are in fact a government entity, but if you research a little you’ll find they are a “collaboration of the UK police forces working with the UK intelligence community.”

So what kind of ‘radicalized’ individuals is this group targeting? So far we have only seen mentions and stories posted on their website about ‘right-wing extremists’ and Islamic extremists. There are no mention of any anarcho-communists or any left-wing extremists being helped or that they even care to have people call in about them.

Here is an example that the UK police published about a teen that was referred to by his school:

In one case in London, a teenager who was showing signs of right-wing extremism turned his life around after accepting an offer by Prevent to engage with Channel, a programme which focuses on providing support at an early stage to people who are identified as being vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism.

The teenager’s case was referred to Prevent after he displayed worrying behaviour at school, including drawing violent images and expressing an interest in right-wing violence. He had shown some similar, violent behaviours at home.

While we don’t know the real story, and we probably never will, it does display how kids will be subject to submission even by their schools for something as simple as drawings. Better not draw anything out of line or you’ll be considered a potential terrorist.

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