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2011 Census now a tool for virtual breaking and entering

Don’t you wish this government would just **** off and take it’s tawdry intrusive spying mechanisms with it?

The questions drawn up by the Office for National Statistics are an outrageous “virtual” breaking and entering job, I’m surprised that rights of entry haven’t been granted to an army of “interviewers” so that the 2011 Census form can be completed inside the home by “approved” people to ensure that they get at the truth.

What business is it of government what type of bloody central heating I have? If I’m burning my furniture on the fire to keep warm during Brown’s debt induced recession or finding a way to feed millions of litres of heavily taxed oil into an industrial sized boiler what has it do with them – it’s my bloody home!

What business is it of government to know whether I’m straight, heterosexual, lesbian, gay, married or in a civil partnership? They have the records in any case at the Register Office! Doesn’t government realise it has no business getting involved in personal relationships, of any kind?

Why do they want to know how many bedrooms I have? Why do they need to know the names and addresses of overnight guests?

Piss off, it has nothing to do with you!

They have the temerity to threaten you with a £1000 fine if you don’t complete the form and apparently nearly a million people snubbed it the last time round, one wonders just how many of these fines were collected.

NuLabour of course are only asking reasonable questions!

Old Holborn is holding another walk in the autumn sunshine on November 5th, I do wish I lived in London sometimes!

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Written by curly

October 27, 2009 at 11:39 am

Posted in Big Brother, News, politics, privacy

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