Category Archives: Police State UK

State Censorship, Corporate Censorship: A Libertarian View (2017), by Sean Gabb

Freedom of Speech: A Brief Defence (2017), by Sean Gabb

The State of the Nation: What is to be Done? (2017), by Sean Gabb

Theresa May: The Mummy Dissolves? (2017), by Sean Gabb

The General Election: Authoritarian Hag v Fenian Scumbag (2017), by Sean Gabb

A Few Words on the General Election (2017), by Sean Gabb

On Living in a Moral Sewer (2017), Sean Gabb

La politique britannique: attendre la révolution (2016), by Sean Gabb

British Politics: Waiting for the Revolution (2016), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: A Conservative View (September 2016), by Sean Gabb

Be of Reasonable Cheer (2016), by Sean Gabb

ID Cards: Solving a Problem that Dare not Speak its Name (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Perils of State Surveillance (2015), by Sean Gabb – Video File

The Paris Atrocities: The Most Probable and Bankrupt Response of Our Own Government (2015), by Sean Gabb

Against Universal State Surveillance (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Perils of State Surveillance (2015), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher, the Miners’ Strike, and the Triumph of Middle Class Leftism (2015), by Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb, Talk on State Surveillance, Bratislava, 12th August 2015

Sean Gabb: Det onda eller korkade partiet

The Evil Party or the Stupid Party? (2015), by Sean Gabb

“Albion Awake” Reviewed by Sean Gabb (2015)

The Future of Islam and the West (2015), by Sean Gabb

Robert Stark interviews Sean Gabb (2015)

Hot Air and the Paris Atrocities (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Scottish Referendum: A Win for England (2014), by Sean Gabb

National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Blacking up on the Road to Auschwitz (2014), by Sean Gabb

Plain Words about “Islamist Extremism” (2014), by Sean Gabb

UKIP and the European Elections: The Earthquake (2014), by Sean Gabb

Should Voting be Made Compulsory? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Should Voting be Made Compulsory? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Hate Crime at the Beeb (2014), by Sean Gabb

Nigel Farage and UKIP: A Step in the Right Direction (2014), by Sean Gabb

Fatalne dziedzictwo Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

Protecting Children, Enslaving Adults: Latest Case Study (2014), by Sean Gabb

Are there “Victimless Crimes?” – Moral Maze Discussion (March 2014), Sean Gabb

Should the Police Wear Body Cameras? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Review of Keith Preston’s “Attack the System” (2014), by Sean Gabb

“We are All Guilty: The Need for a Positive Conservative Vision.” Speech to the Swinton Circle (2014), by Sean Gabb

Let Us Leave the EU – but not yet! Europe and the New British Constitution (2013), by Sean Gabb

Should the Poor be Blocked from Buying “Super-Strong” Alcohol? (2013), by Sean Gabb

Nation of Sheep: Understanding England and the English (2013), by Sean Gabb

El Legado de Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: Geburtshelferin eines neuen Totalitarismus (2013), by Sean Gabb

The European Union and the New British Constitution (2013), by Sean Gabb

Let Us Have Gay Marriage – but not yet! (2013), by Sean Gabb

FLC221, Should David Cameron Apologise for Amritsar? 21st February 2013, by Sean Gabb

Should There be Laws Against Drinking and Driving? (2013), Sean Gabb

In Defence of English Civilisation (2012), by Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (3) (2012), Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (2) (2012), Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (2012), Sean Gabb

Should There be Video Cameras in School Toilets? (2012), Sean Gabb

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2012), Sean Gabb

Should the State Decide What Clothes Children Can Wear? (2012), by Sean Gabb

Should We Celebrate the Jubilee? (2012), by Sean Gabb

Elizabeth II: Sixty Years a Rubber Stamp, 29th May 2012, by Sean Gabb

Another New Surveillance Law: One More Step towards the Big Brother State (2012), by Sean Gabb

Attack the System: Interview with Sean Gabb (2012)

FLC218, A Brief Argument for English Independence, by Sean Gabb, 8th February 2012

FLC217, On Defending “The Indefensible,” 12th January 2012 by Sean Gabb

Should the Police be Banned from Facebook? (2011), Sean Gabb

FLC216, Thoughts on Emma West: How to Argue with the Ruling Class, 5th December 2011, by Sean Gabb

Real Punishments for Real Crimes, by Sean Gabb, Published in The Yorkshire Post, 2nd September 2011

FLC210, Should the State Decide What Clothes Children Are Allowed to Wear? 6th June 2011, by Sean Gabb

Should the State Decide What Clothes Children Can Wear? (2011), by Sean Gabb

Should Music Videos be Rated by the State? (2011), by Sean Gabb

Trial by Jury – More Important than “Equality” (2011), by Sean Gabb

John Stuart Mill, The BNP, And The U.K.’s Dying Democracy (2011), by Sean Gabb

FLC202, The Latest Shootings in America: An English View, Sean Gabb, 11th January 2011

FLC199, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Humour: No Laughing Matter, Sean Gabb, 11th November 2010

Should Voting be Compulsory? (2010), by Sean Gabb

Смотрите как это происходит: превращение Британии в полицейское государство (2009), by Sean Gabb

It’s Happening There: Britain’s Emerging Police State (2010), by Sean Gabb

Neujahrsausblick: Der Westen kommt glimpflich davon (2009), by Sean Gabb

The British State vs. The BNP—The Post-Modern Tyranny of “Human Rights”

England: The Peasants are Revolting (2009), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: Midwife of the New Labour Police State (2009), by Sean Gabb

What is the worst feature of this year’s Speech from the Throne? (2009), by Sean Gabb

The Database State (2008), by Sean Gabb and George Galloway

FLC172, David Davis: Why Libertarian Alliance Support? Sean Gabb, 15th June 2008

In Praise of David Davis MP, 12th June 2008

The Resignation of David Davis over the 42 Detention Vote (2008), by Geraldine Smith MP (Lab), Sean Gabb

Are CCTV Cameras a waste of the taxpayers’ money? (2008), by Sean Gabb

Whether CCTV cameras are a good idea (2008), by Sean Gabb, John Dwyer

Whether there is still freedom of speech in England (2008), by Sean Gabb

The Gary Bushell Show – Why is the country becoming a police state? (2007), by Sean Gabb

Extending the DNA Database (2007), by Sean Gabb

Detention without Trial (2007), by Sean Gabb

FLC155, On Opposing the DNA Database, Sean Gabb, 26th October 2006

Opposing the DNA Database (2006), by Sean Gabb

The Cultural Revolution (2005), by Sean Gabb

The Racism of Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (2004), by Sean Gabb

FLC114, Thoughtcrime and The Secret Policeman: A Case Study in Discourse Theory, Sean Gabb, 2nd November 2003

Not Socialism, but Post-Socialism: The Nature of the Enemy, Sean Gabb, 13th October 2003

FLC112, An Afternoon with Tony Martin, Sean Gabb, 19th September 2003

Free Life 47, 4th August 2003, Editorial: Is There Anyone in Charge Here? by Sean Gabb

FLC107, Farewell to the Lord Chancellor: A Brief Comment on the Continuing New Labour Revolution, Sean Gabb, 5th June 2003

Free Life 43, 11th March 2003, Editorial: Make Smoke, not War, by Sean Gabb

FLC087, Identity Cards: Some Brief Objections, 16th January 2003

FLC067, Why the Double Jeopardy Rule Should not be Changed, 26th June 2002

FLC041, Jack Straw, Corruption and the New World Order, 25th July 2000

FLC040, Double Jeopardy and the Conservative Party, 16th May 2000

Free Life 36, April 2000, A Ghost of Christmas Past, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 35, January 2000, Editorial: When a right Becomes a Duty, by Sean Gabb

The Next Hundred Years (1999), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 30, May 1999, The Lead Shot Regulations, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Labour and Liberty: On the First 500 Days of Tony Blair (1998), by Sean Gabb

The Decline of the British Constitution (1997), by Sean Gabb

Letter to Downing Street (April 1997), by Sean Gabb

Thoughts on a Shattered Constitution (1997), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 26, December 1996, A Book on the Private Finance Initiative, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 26, December 1996, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 26, December 1996, Editorial: Enough is Enough, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 25, April 1996, Editorial: A Time to be Depressed, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Margaret Thatcher “The Path to Power”, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Identity Cards: A Consultation Document, Response by Chris R. Tame and Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Proceeds of Crime Act, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, “A Written Constitution for the UK”, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

The Money Laundering Directive, Among Other Things (1995), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 22, April 1995, Editorial: All Hope Abandon? by Sean Gabb

A Libertarian Conservative Case Against Identity Cards, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 20, August 1994, Reflections on the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill, by Sean Gabb

Treason at Maastricht (1994), Reviewed by Sean Gabb