posted on Mar, 2 2015 @ 05:08 AM
At the bottom of this www.vincelewis.net...
you'll find an opinion on provocateurs at Orgreave. There's a photograph of provocateurs
being pushed towards the police line.
It's often assumed these provocateurs were police. There are many credible reports of military men in police uniform at the Battle of Orgreave. It's
likely the provocateurs in the photograph were dark agents of the state, not bent coppers getting their mates some overtime.
A small number of stories were created in the 80's to be used as emotional weapons in the ongoing battle against the Office of Constable. Orgreave is
one of these stories. When you start researching the emotional anti-constabulary stories being bandied about in the press you'll see the pattern of
exaggeration, misrepresentation, manipulation and outright lies.
Take a look at this. www.thelondoneconomic.com...
Where here are we told about the
provocateurs? An honest, in depth study of Orgreave will reference the provocateurs. If it doesn't, it's part of the campaign to manipulate public
Here's a blatant one. www.morningstaronline.co.uk...
....vicious and unprovoked police violence which turned the countryside into a battlefield.
It was provoked. By provocateurs.
“We heard all about it. Everybody knew what was going on at Orgreave, that it was a set-up, a psychological moment — state power being
They got that bit right. But typically the whole thing is twisted to be unrecognisable. It was a set-up and now we see why. To turn the people
thoroughly against the Office of Constable then bring in the bankers private police.
The Morning Star is a "reader-owned co-operative". It couldn't possibly be another skilfully misled mouthpiece spouting state propaganda, could
Orgreave was what it was because of provocateurs.
Watch the emotionally manipulative dross about to dribble across the news.
Are they going to drag the Beanfield in next? Don't make me laugh. www.abovetopsecret.com...