2022 deadline for mandatory EU-wide permanent monitoring and speed-limiting control of all new vehicles sold - was Re: Decentralization as Imperative
zen at freedbms.net
Thu Mar 28 18:47:20 PDT 2019
1984's big brother is just, about, here folks.
2022 is less than 3 years away.
All new cars sold in EU beginning 2022, shall have speed limiters and
vehicular monitoring - that is, spying on you, ratting on you, and
forcing your vehicle to a stop should your "friendly" police have any
reason to choose so.
“Campaigners welcomed the move, saying it would save thousands
Please, think of the children!
“The EU says the plan could help avoid 140,000 serious injuries
by 2038 and aims ultimately to cut road deaths to zero by 2050.”
Your every movement shall be monitored.
Speed limits shall be strictly enforced.
Non-compliance shall be a criminal "summary" offence.
Soon to be added by 2025:
Every passanger of every vehicle shall be identified prior to and
at regular intervals during all travel.
Vehicles without this monitoring and control system shall only be
drivable at limited times as "classic" or "collectors" vehicles with
prior "easily and quickly granted" permits.
For your safety and the safety of others, permanent in-dashboard CCTV
video shall be permanently recorded ...
Cuck Island: UK to Install Spy Box and Speed Limiters
in All Vehicles by 2022
Limiting Speed, Limiting Safety
Most importantly - limiting your privacy and your rights to move
about anonymously and peacefully within and amongst our communities.
Good luck world,
On Wed, Mar 27, 2019 at 03:43:25PM +1100, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 05:16:02PM -0700, Stephen D. Williams wrote:
> > Generally, that allows us to operate very autonomously and in a
> > decentralized way already.
> Your cage is guilt, plebe - be happy!
> Just try driving to visit some friends without a glorious state-
> issued "license to move about within your so called community" for a
> few years and tell me how much jail you do for the privilege of
> exercising your God given birth rights!
> > I seldom see, visit, or interact with the Federal, State, or
> > even local government.
> Irrelevant to the reality of the freedoms we no longer live,
> due to those entities of "government" which we "seldom see or
> interact with"!
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