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MI5 And The Miners' Strike

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posted on May, 23 2016 @ 07:28 AM
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. . . Rimington supervised the most ambitious counter- subversion operation ever mounted in Britain. Under her guidance, MI5 infiltrated Arthur Scargill's inner circle, oversaw the country's largest-ever bugging and telephone-tapping effort in cooperation with GCHQ, coordinated the legal onslaught against the NUM and helped organise the strike-breaking effort.
www.theguardian.com...


The brutality shown by 'police' at Orgreave is being addressed.

MI5 have considerable evidence that will be useful to the investigation. If a proportion of these alleged 'police' were actually undercover military, MI5 must surely have some indication of their identities.

I look forward to MI5 providing evidence relating to undercover military disguised as police and behaving violently during the miners' strike. But this is the real world.

The spook controlled media will attempt to lay disproportionate blame on the police, because Orgreave was in part an anti-constabulary black operation.




posted on May, 23 2016 @ 03:30 PM
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originally posted by: Kester


. . . Rimington supervised the most ambitious counter- subversion operation ever mounted in Britain. Under her guidance, MI5 infiltrated Arthur Scargill's inner circle, oversaw the country's largest-ever bugging and telephone-tapping effort in cooperation with GCHQ, coordinated the legal onslaught against the NUM and helped organise the strike-breaking effort.
www.theguardian.com...


The brutality shown by 'police' at Orgreave is being addressed.

MI5 have considerable evidence that will be useful to the investigation. If a proportion of these alleged 'police' were actually undercover military, MI5 must surely have some indication of their identities.

I look forward to MI5 providing evidence relating to undercover military disguised as police and behaving violently during the miners' strike. But this is the real world.

The spook controlled media will attempt to lay disproportionate blame on the police, because Orgreave was in part an anti-constabulary black operation.


Yes, it's been known for some time now that Thatcher authorised subversion during the strike. The so-called Iron Lady wasn't fit to take them on in a fair fight. She even planned to go further with accusations of spies working against the state within the miner's groups..the old bitch.



posted on May, 23 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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Its long been known amongst certain circles that Thatcher authorised the use of agent provocateurs during The Miners Strike.

She was an evil woman.

And people fail to see the blatant hypocrisy she used to counter the effects of the strike.
Its ironic as one of her justifications for her decimation of the UK Coal industry was that she refused to subsidise it to any extent.
Yet during the strike she almost exclusively bought coal from East Germany and Poland all of which was 100% subsidised by communist regimes she allegedly hated and despised so much.

She was an evil and vindictive woman who changed the very moral fabric of UK society and we are still paying the price for many of her policies to this day.



posted on May, 23 2016 @ 06:43 PM
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Back then, unions had a really firm grip on the industry. I interned at a telecoms company, and our director practically freaked out, when he saw the IT technicians drawing graphs of server activity over the day. If the union reps. saw that, they would go ballistic. Whenever one union got a pay-rise, so did all the other unions. That was partially solved by having all the unions merge together and have a national pay-scale. We couldn't afford to subsidize all those industries back then because we were competing against Far-Eastern countries whose governments were taking out loans to undercut us.

Thatcher wanted revenge on the unions for bringing the country to a halt in the "Winter of Discontent". The coal strikes back then led to rolling power cuts across cities. Every segment of the power supply would be marked as a different power region, with the borders marked with colored bands (red, yellow, green, blue) around street lights. On particular days, each segment would have no power for 8 hours. Families would be left on top floor apartments with no power for elevators or staircase lighting, cooking, TV or radio.



posted on May, 23 2016 @ 07:44 PM
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I always wondered where Thatcher got her orders from, her Pedo . Cabinet was very well controlled. All their dirty little secrets were known to the security network . The Tory party and its sleaze, seem always to have the upper hand. Things are not as they seem. All this illegal immigration is to keep the price of labour down and the Unions weak.



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