Hillsborough is one of my subjects. It was an evil, staged disaster used for two main purposes. First forcing football clubs to install seating so the
private corporation 'Premier League Football' could make billions from televised entertainment. Entertainment beamed to thousands of pubs and homes
where otherwise manly men sat sipping alcoholic beverages INSTEAD OF SAVING THEIR COUNTRY FROM THE EU, THE LIZARDS, RADIOACTIVE WASTE OR SUB-STANDARD
Secondly Hillsborough was designed to be used as a blunt instrument for beating the Office of Constable. Weakening it before the intended introduction
of a privatised police force, truly unaccountable, working only for rich toads.
Plan. Network. Resist.
See this. www.liverpoolecho.co.uk...
Usually I'm running side by side with the
Liverpool Echo, but here they've disgraced themselves, and there's no comments facility under the story.
You'll find this heading in bold type halfway through the story. Notice it isn't actually in quotes. This suggests deliberate shenanigans rather than
'Maybe half a dozen or more policemen were pushing fans back into the pen'
The actual quote further down in the story is this.
He said he saw “more than one” policeman pushing “maybe half a dozen, maybe more” spectators back into the pen.
I'm prepared to accept the possibility that the staff at the Liverpool Echo can't read or write. But that doesn't fit in with their usually excellent
and thorough reporting of the Hillsborough Inquest. This is exactly the kind of misleading reporting that is being used to brainwash us into blanket
rejection of our often brave and resourceful constables.
No-one could see what was happening at Hillsborough apart from the fans above and those in the police control box. Assistant Chief Constable Walter
Jackson was allegedly staging a severe mental breakdown in the police control box. That is why constables on the ground received no instructions. The
constables had been sedated with a hot meal shortly before the event and also instructed to remain detached from the atmosphere. In common with all
others at ground level they couldn't clearly see what was happening. They responded slowly and in a detached manner, no surprises there.
Some constables did push fans back in. It was a terrible mistake and they have to live with it.
Not long ago it was being reported that constables had "thrown" fans back into the pens, until it was pointed out they would have had to be remarkably
GET WITH THE FACTS, LIVERPOOL ECHO!
HILLSBOROUGH WAS A CRIME AGAINST THE PEOPLE!
Hopelessly inaccurate reporting won't help.
edit on 2 3 2015 by Kester because: Correcting rant induced errors.