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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag The toppermost of the poppermost 30 Jul 18 7.58pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

you seen Sadiq Khan's crimewave ?

no 'stop and search' = no risk of getting caught carrying a big knife.

so what frightens the London yoof ? another yoof with a knife or a Copper with a notebook ?

Edited by PalazioVecchio (30 Jul 2018 7.00pm)

Not comparable.

 


Wife beating may be socially acceptable in Sheffield, but it is a different matter in Cheltenham

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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag The toppermost of the poppermost 30 Jul 18 8.00pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Originally posted by dannyboy1978

Heard of knife crime?

Stopping someone and frisking him/her for weapons is hardly the same as accessing a database, is it?

 


Wife beating may be socially acceptable in Sheffield, but it is a different matter in Cheltenham

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Pussay Patrol Flag 30 Jul 18 9.25pm

what about the national insurance card ?

Just use that and stick your mug shot on it, sorted

 


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Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

what about the national insurance card ?

Just use that and stick your mug shot on it, sorted

Yeah I’m not sure why you need effectively a card reader and database info coming through.

 


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View corkery's Profile corkery Flag Cork City 30 Jul 18 11.11pm Send a Private Message to corkery Add corkery as a friend

Is it just the UK and Ireland of the EU countries that doesn't issue mandatory ID cards?

Edited by corkery (30 Jul 2018 11.13pm)

 


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View dannyboy1978's Profile dannyboy1978 Online Flag 31 Jul 18 7.41am Send a Private Message to dannyboy1978 Add dannyboy1978 as a friend

Originally posted by Cucking Funt

Stopping someone and frisking him/her for weapons is hardly the same as accessing a database, is it?

I'm talking of random checks and if that random check highlights and individual is envolved in gang knife crime, then frisk the b******

 

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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag The toppermost of the poppermost 31 Jul 18 9.17am Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Originally posted by dannyboy1978

I'm talking of random checks and if that random check highlights and individual is envolved in gang knife crime, then frisk the b******

Stop and search is about police on the streets being more proactive and searching people they believe are acting 'suspiciously', like they always used to. It's got zero to do with ID cards.

 


Wife beating may be socially acceptable in Sheffield, but it is a different matter in Cheltenham

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Park Road Flag 31 Jul 18 10.05am

Living in Spain were ID cards are the norm, I'm glad the English haven't adopted the system.
Not only is it open to ID theft.
You have to show it to nearly every one - from Old bill to buying a mobile phone.
It's a very good way of the gvt keeping tabs on you, what you've done, where you been etc..
I don't buy the argument "if you got nothing to hide".
If you've got nothing to hide ban curtains from houses.

Edited by Park Road (31 Jul 2018 10.06am)

 

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View europalace's Profile europalace Flag Europe 31 Jul 18 11.19am Send a Private Message to europalace Add europalace as a friend

Originally posted by Park Road

Living in Spain were ID cards are the norm, I'm glad the English haven't adopted the system.
Not only is it open to ID theft.
You have to show it to nearly every one - from Old bill to buying a mobile phone.
It's a very good way of the gvt keeping tabs on you, what you've done, where you been etc..
I don't buy the argument "if you got nothing to hide".
If you've got nothing to hide ban curtains from houses.

Edited by Park Road (31 Jul 2018 10.06am)


Without an id card your whereabouts are known anyway if you have a mobile phone and it's switched on, which is the case for nearly everyone. Whenever you move from cell to cell, which are quite small today, a record is generated and stored with location data. Not many know about that and think if they don't make a call, their location is unknown, which is false.

 

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Park Road Flag 31 Jul 18 11.37am

Originally posted by europalace


Without an id card your whereabouts are known anyway if you have a mobile phone and it's switched on, which is the case for nearly everyone. Whenever you move from cell to cell, which are quite small today, a record is generated and stored with location data. Not many know about that and think if they don't make a call, their location is unknown, which is false.

Nowadays with technology,it's true your whereabouts are known. I was more talking about before that and when mobile phones weren't smart.

 

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View dannyboy1978's Profile dannyboy1978 Online Flag 31 Jul 18 12.29pm Send a Private Message to dannyboy1978 Add dannyboy1978 as a friend

Originally posted by Cucking Funt

Stop and search is about police on the streets being more proactive and searching people they believe are acting 'suspiciously', like they always used to. It's got zero to do with ID cards.

Suspiciously !! Ahh ok so that's how I know if someone has a knife.

Or maybe just random I'D checks which would be the law to provide apon being asked by the police.
This would be fair to all especially black kids who think they are targeted. Once the check has taken place and the police have assatained the person is going about their law abiding day they are free to go on their way.
If however they see from the checks the guy is a known drug dealer relevant questions can be asked like police should do. Are you carrying anything you shouldn't be? We are going to check!!

 

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Originally posted by Park Road

Nowadays with technology,it's true your whereabouts are known. I was more talking about before that and when mobile phones weren't smart.

The article originally posted was about introducing id cards, so it's the future not the past and full of mobile phones giving away nearly everyones location 24hrs a day unless you switch it off. How many switch their phones off? - virtually no one.

 

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