Many people remember the 1970's as a time of turmoil within the UK and violence especially in northern Ireland however most blame the Union's for this
even they whom lived through it as most would actually rather just bury there head's in the sand and get on with it rather than fight for there
right's against corrupt vested political interests and there hidden agenda's.
One story that is brought to mind is the abuse of the UK's intelligence services and it's police by these right wing vested interests and the illegal
clamp down they perpetrated against a number of innocent but vociferous people as they sought to suppress this cry for civil right's within the UK and
to secure there own positions which would have vanished had the cry of these men been heard and more importantly LISTENED too.
Under the Restored labour party which is slowly re-emerging under it's new leadership which have finally snatched it back from the Tory proxy which
was the so called NEW LABOUR the current Opposition has threatened NOT to co operate with Cameron's Tory's unless they release files on the Case of
the Shrewsbury 24.
This case was only one of many perpetrated during Tory period's in Office which have never been addressed and though an older it brings to mind the
one sided reporting during the Miners strikes of the 1980's when systematic abuse of strikers was endemic but the press only focused on the
retaliations of a handful of those miners so blackening the entire union membership in the eye's of the wider and more easily led public.
Here is the official Shrewsbury 24 campaign, they have just had the Torys under Cameron once again Refuse to release the documents claiming it would
harm national security when in fact what it would do is bring some whom are now members of the house of lord's to court for abuse of there powers when
in government and also some former members of the police and intelligence services whom commited this crime and so if the truth came out would then be
held accountable for there part in this fiasco.
Here is an excerpt from that site
In October 1972, following receipt of a dossier from the National Federation of Building Trades Employers (NFBTE), the then Home Secretary, Robert
Carr, instructed the Chief Constables of West Mercia and Gwynedd to investigate the events in Shrewsbury. More than two months later, on 14th November
1972, thirty-one pickets were arrested and questioned. They were released without charge. Then, on 14th February 1973, five months after the end of
the strike, twenty-four of the pickets were arrested and charged with over 242 offences between them. They included unlawful assembly, affray,
intimidation, criminal damage and assault.
And this is the relavent page so that you may read more.
Now you may regognize Ricky Tomlinson a well known and liked Liverpool actor and comedian but you may not know that he was one of the 24 victims of
this crime against human right's.
Now on this site in particular we have the whole gamut of political ideology and view point's but I would like to hear your opinion's though my
intention is to spark a debate among yourselves and this is not only for the UK but the wider audience here on ATS.
Lastly I am centre left (which is about were corbyn stand's though I see defence as a priority and would limit our EU involvement) so I have an
entrenched bias and that is were I stand but this is now your thread to discuss this and any other similar cased in the UK and around the world.
Remember these thread's of history always lead back to something and to someone so whom is the enemy of humanity behind this control and manipulation
and what was there game, why is this case in particular still being kept from the public's awareness even though new evidence has apparently emerged
behind the scenes and what does the current Tory Government have to fear from a case dating back to the early 1970's.
Enjoy, Discuss and educated yourselves about this case and other's viewpoint on this and similar matter's.
edit on 9-12-2015 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)