posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 03:29 PM
Subversion, Since MI5 ended its Counter-Subversion work altogether, has been running rampant in the UK. In 1988 MI5s Subversion work was suddenly
stopped. Why did the government feel the need to close this important area of work down at this time, coincidently on the same timeline as the Lockbie
terrorist attacks no less.
MI5 state on thier website the following:
Since the late 1980s, particularly following the end of the Cold War and the collapse of Soviet communism, the threat from subversion diminished and
is now negligible. We do not currently investigate subversion.
Subversion refers to an attempt to transform the established social order and its structures of power, authority, and hierarchy. In this context, a
"subversive" is sometimes called a "traitor" with respect to (and usually by) the government.
Closing the counter-subversion unit would obviously lead to subversion. Was MI5s counter-subversion work really subversion work to keep the public
I think that the ending of the MI5 subversion work which coincided with the 1988 Pan Am terrorist attack was of no coincidence. This has been
bothering me for some time, I am not too up to date with the Lockerbie incident, I know there were a lot of discrepencies with the official account
and the UK ended cosying up to Gadaffi. This whole thing stinks to high heaven.