Insanity, (im)pure and simple. If Lansley seriously believes that these people are going to undermine their own industries, he's in dire need of a reality check!
"Had he not been murdered by forces unknown, "
Forces unknown? Pretty cretinous statement, all things considered, as there has never been any doubt who shot Lennon.
“I don’t think that anyone should be changing their behaviors based on one study. Hopefully this will motivate other researchers to do more studies.”
That is the most sensible thing here, and it's nice to see a researcher admitting that one study doesn't mean an awful lot, beyond being an indicator that more research is needed. That doesn't happen often enough.
Here in Britain, in direct contravention of existing laws, and advice to police forces, photographers have been increasingly treated like terrorists for a couple of years now, and the situation is worsening as this magazine article shows.
It seems British police are unable to grasp the fact that terrorists on a reconnaissance mission are hardly likely to be standing in full view with a digital SLR and all the rest of an amateur photographers' kit. More likely, in fact, to be sneaking around with a mobile phone camera!
Posted by Ron Graves, March 8, 2014 at 01:24 PM
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We shake our heads in disbelief and then stand by and let it happen . . . apathy erodes truth and freedom.
Re-post this article on Facebook and on your websites and blogs. People need to understand that this isn't just happening to animal rights activists. If we allow freedoms to disintegrate in one area there is nothing to protect our right to freedom in other areas as well.
The animals have no voice. We are their voice. Stand up for your beliefs. Stand up for your right to protect the most vulnerable, the downtrodden, the abused. Write letters to your representatives letting them know that you will not tolerate being treated as a terrorist.
I understand that it's illegal to take pictures of military objects, but farms? This is getting insane
I cannot believe this is true neither. Fun though to see how tough the discussion has got (: to be ostheopath or not to be (:
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