posted on Jun, 20 2009 @ 12:55 AM
For thinking people of unbiased judgment, who have taken a serious look at the evidence, for those who can face the ugly truth, the conclusions are
In the UK at least, this is how it works at any event that is at all political:
The trouble makers are allowed to cause trouble, vandalize, destroy, whatever they want, for a while, and then they are chased off. The goal is never
to stop them, just to get great footage of them to put on TV and scare the sh*te out of blue haired old ladies and the sort of dapper old gents who,
filled with shame, hide in their closet and masturbate to framed portraits of Cecil Rhodes. Anyways, those old people are conditioned to always watch
the nightly news and its always supposed to scare the crap out of them.
The peaceful people are beaten, badgered, corralled/kettled/whatever they want to call it, taunted, antagonized by uniforms, egged on by undercover
agent provocateurs....all with the goal of creating more havoc and violence. The abuse of the weakest is a tactic that is specifically encouraged in
an attempt to trigger the strong and the good to engage the police in direct combat where they will be beaten to death.
The only logical conclusion based on the evidence you can arrive at is that the goal of the police is to create as much havoc and mayhem as possible,
because that more than anything else serves the interests of the police state.
Another unavoidable conclusion is that the peaceful people are considered the real danger to the UK police state. They are well aware of the
successful history of civil disobedience, of passive resistance, of peaceful resistance, of massive resistance, and they are very afraid of it. It
cost them India after all, and boy did they love owning India.
You want to be safe at a protest in the UK? Get away from the peaceful people and stick close to the hooligans. After all, the hooligans are there to
smash windows and spray paint buildings. The cops are there to smash skulls and paint the streets with innocent blood. Not that you wont have to run
from cops at some point, it's part of keeping up appearances, and they are always hoping to get a few people will give them some quality street
fighting footage. After all, the planners know from social science anyone can check on that most people are so completely non violent as to avoid
direct violent confrontation at nearly any cost, and that you have to seek out the aggressive types to get good street fighting footage.
And before people start lecturing about 'footie' riots those are a different story. That's just general mayhem and as there is nothing political
about the event (usually...the two can overlap), the tactics are a bit different. They still want to get footage that scares old people though.