Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Big Brother - A Nation of Snoopers

A Nation of Snoopers
Be warned, there is a very nasty little "game" being devised that will encourage members of the public to monitor CCTV cameras in their own homes in return for cash incentives.

Internet Eyes (a private company) will offer up to £1,000 if viewers spot shoplifting or other crimes in progress, on the dubious pretext of combining crime prevention with the incentive of winning money.

The scheme is due to go live in Stratford-upon-Avon in November, and will stream live footage to subscribers' home computers from CCTV cameras installed in shops and other businesses.

If viewers see a crime in progress, they can press a button to alert store detectives and collect points worth up to £1,000.

This is a snoopers charter, there are more than enough saddos who have nothing better to do than watch other people doing "very little" (eg the "reality" show Big Brother).

We will become a nation of snoopers!

Visit The Orifice of Government Commerce and buy a collector's item.

Visit The Joy of Lard and indulge your lard fantasies.

Show your contempt for Nanny by buying a T shirt or thong from Nanny's Store. is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

Celebrate the joy of living with booze. Click and drink!

Why not really indulge yourself, by doing all the things that Nanny really hates? Click on the relevant link to indulge yourselves; Food, Bonking, Toys, Gifts and Flowers, Groceries


  1. We will become a nation of snoopers!

    We already are!

    Anyway, Im off to sign up for this.
    Im gonna make a fortune taping funny CCTV moments on my PC and selling them to hidden camera TV shows.

  2. Attitudes have really changed in this country......I was always told off for telling tales or being a grass......Now it is almost compulsory and certainly drummed ito kids these days to be a good little citizen and grass up any wrong doing to Nanny.....We've become a really nasty nation of snoopers and grasses.

  3. Anonymous11:35 AM

    What about the inevitable issue of kiddy fiddlers logging on to sneak a view of kids in the store?

    Nanny can't have that can she

  4. Anon -
    No she will want that.
    She can then make people register and pay and give DNA and stuff....

  5. Anonymous12:55 PM

    One word folks...(well, 2)


  6. The next step will be compulsory CCTVs in our homes, so we can all snoop on each other.

    I want to see HMQEII eating her breakfast in bed out of tupperware.

    Not to mention the Browns and Mandy. No - don't let's mention them!

  7. This, minus the financial insentives and the CCTV, is how the Stasi opporated in East Germany. This is a ghastly business, and shame on the police for getting involved in it.

  8. Whoops, sorry about the typo, I meant to say incentives - won't be getting a job in Tesco with that kind of spelling error!

  9. Anonymous8:28 PM

    I posted this idea on Tom Harris's blog months ago (in jest) and got a withering response from him!

    There is no comedy now - we're beyond it.


  10. Anonymous10:09 PM

    Whats next ?
    The running man ?
    Velcum tu Kalifornia uuuuh uuuuh
    ho ho

  11. skydog7:14 AM

    ''This is a snoopers charter, there are more than enough saddos who have nothing better to do than watch other people doing "very little" (eg the "reality" show Big Brother).'

    Ironically, this is viewed avidly by the 'inmates' at my 'place of work' ... You can always tell when the 'programme' starts by the increasing level of volume as they shout at the Viziscreen and express their views of the various non-entities who 'compete' in this little piece of voyeurism.

    Perhaps they 'have nothing better to do' after they pall of playing on their playstations and watching piped videos?

    ;o) Dog