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Who's to say in the future the "terrorists" will be muslim, once these laws are put in place they stay in place, in a few years down the line people could be considered terrorists simply for protesting.
What does seem clear is that many of his predictions have come true. On the appointment of Ian MacGregor as head of the Coal Board in 1983, Scargill stated, "The policies of this government are clear - to destroy the coal industry and the NUM." This became something of a joke, as it seemed a hysterical response. During the strike, Scargill constantly claimed that the government had a long-term strategy to destroy the industry, and that it listed pits it wanted to close each year; this was both denied by the government, and dismissed by the public as paranoid. Of the 170 British pits in 1984, however, only 15 were still open at the time of privatisation in December 1994.
Originally posted by scepticsRus
But the government said the 42 days plan could be re-introduced in future.
Just thought you needed to know !