Brits’ houses are surveilled for heat loss.    Their children’s lunch boxes are monitored for government-approved food.  Now their driving will be tracked.  From EU Referendum, Mother Europe Is Watching You

According to The Guardian, our puppet government is backing an EU project to install a “communication box” in new cars to track the whereabouts of drivers anywhere in Europe.

Needless to say, the scheme, known as the Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems is being sold on its ‘elf ‘n’ safety benefits, with the kindly EU officials telling us that it will significantly reduce road accidents, congestion and carbon emissions.

Behind the propaganda:

But behind the benign exterior is the true agenda – the system paves the way for national road tolling and, since the system is planned to send positional data to government control centres, it can be used for speed enforcement and other law enforcement purposes.

More at the link.

I’m sure that, whatever the results, it will be declared a great success and our power-hungry politicians will agitate for its institution here.  Beware.

They seriously need to organize some tumbrel parties.

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