In his recent speech to the United Nations, UK Prime Minister David Cameron is trying to get powers to force ISPs to close down access to websites that, in his opinion only, may be showing dissent. (see at mark 4:45) 

He labels 9/11 researchers as 'non violent activists'. And says that we are as dangerous as ISIS.

He has to be stopped!

Please send a personally written email to David Cameron challenging his recent UN speech demonizing 9/11 activists.

We would suggest that bullet points like these be used as a structure for your own words.

#1 - attack on democracy and free speech
#2 - draconian and far reaching
#3 - plan to not provide evidence when proscribing organisations to be gagged
#4 - shows lack of knowledge of 9/11 evidence
#5 - awakened anger from many widespread places
#6 - rise of a caliphate system here in UK

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9/11 Activist Surrenders To Police After Camerons UN Speech Deem

9/11 Activist Surrenders To Police After Camerons UN Speech Deemed Truthers as EXTREMISTS

Published on Oct 1, 2014

A 9/11 British activist hands himself in to UK’s counter terrorism police following British Prime Ministers David Cameron’s speech at the UN General Assembly last week, Press TV reports.

In response to Cameron’s remarks equating people, who question 9/11 and 7/7 attacks in the US and UK as well as the West’s policy towards the Middle East, with Takfiri preachers who radicalize extremists, Nick Kollerstrom handed himself in.

“As the evidence emerges about the backgrounds of those convicted of terrorist offences, it is clear that many of them were initially influenced by preachers who claim not to encourage violence, but whose world view can be used as a justification for it. And we know what this world view is, the peddling of lies: that 9/11 was a Jewish plot or the 7/7 London attacks were staged; the idea that Muslims are persecuted all over the world as a deliberate act of Western policy,” Cameron said while addressing the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 25. Explaining his actions to the Press TV correspondent in London, Kollerstrom said, “David Cameron has redefined terrorism at the UN to include people, who believe that the London bombings involve government complicity, were to some degree arranged, which I certainly do believe, and I’ve published a book on the subject and also I believe the 9/11 was an inside job. I do think Islamic nations are being selectively targeted, it’s perfectly obvious, and if the police force are going by his directive what constitutes terrorism, it seems to me that they need to arrest me.”

The Press TV correspondent was present while Colestrom handed himself in.

“We want to report a possible terror threat, we've got a bit of evidence and wonder if we could come in and report it,” Kollerstrom said at Scotland Yard headquarters in London.

The British police refused to arrest Colestrom, but he said that Cameron’s definition of nonviolent extremism will lead to the arrest of many Muslims, who share his views, and described it as another example of racial profiling.

That is a clever, brave approach

That is a clever, brave approach to show just how insane Cameron's redefinition is.

Did The UN Just Pass The Global Patriot Act? | Think Tank

Did The UN Just Pass The Global Patriot Act? | Think Tank

Published on Oct 1, 2014

Abby Martin speaks with RT Correspondent Marina Portnaya, about a new UN resolution that is being compared to the US Patriot Act, going over how the text could allow countries to increase surveillance under the name of counter terrorism, as well as giving states new tools to crack down on dissent by simply labeling activists ‘terrorists’.

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