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British Establishment Making Ridiculous Attempt To Rewrite History

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posted on May, 8 2019 @ 12:25 PM
The Hillsborough Disaster was a fatal crowd crush at a soccer match in the eighties. It was deliberately staged for social control. Following Hillsborough, drinking beer while watching soccer on widescreen TV's became a national sport. The fans were neutered.

The creation of the slick, saleable and endlessly commercial sport we see today, however, has its roots in the dreadful events of April 15, 1989, and the changes debated nine months later in Parliament.

Many fortunes have been made from this vile example of social engineering.

Commercialisation in Football
Broken Dreams : Vanity, Greed and the Souring of British Football

Bower argues that the increasingly uneven struggle between the regulatory body, the FA, and the bullies of the gold-rush frontier, the Premier League chairmen, is at the heart of football's problem; the failure of the former to respond to the mounting evidence of dodgy dealing and corruption, and the ruthless efficiency with which the latter have exercised their financial clout.

British society as a whole has been encouraged to blame 'the police' for the deaths.

Policing with Contempt: The Degrading of Truth and Denial of Justice in the Aftermath of the Hillsborough Disaster
Phil Scraton
Journal of Law and Society

Identifying the man in charge of this psyop will destroy it. His name is Walter Jackson.

ACC Jackson was present at the Sheffield stadium, with the court having heard he was dressed in civilian clothes and not on duty.

Not on duty? That is a lie.

In his own words while being questioned under caution by Chief Constable Leslie Sharp.

"I considered that I was in command of a major, a major, developing major incident sir..."

Walter Jackson ticked 'on duty' in his interview . . . with Chief Constable Leslie Sharp.

The establishment has done it's best to conceal this evidence. It's best isn't good enough. This psyop is falling apart.

Police chief claims Duckenfield 'was not the most senior officer on duty at Hillsborough'

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Asked about ACC Jackson’s role, he added: “I would have expected the Assistant Chief Constable to take immediate charge… I understand he was the senior officer on call that weekend in any case.”

History will not be rewritten. Walter Jackson will be acknowledged as the man in charge on the day the fans were murdered.

posted on May, 8 2019 @ 12:53 PM
a reply to: Kester

this wont be popular, but i do not believe any police officer went to work that day with the intent to murder 95 innocent people, but i do beleive there was fans with no ticket, i do beleive fans had been drinking, i do beleive fans turned up late, why do i beleive that, I have done the same myself when attending a football match, Liverpool fans have had a history of trouble even in recent times with my own team being subject to 'passion' in the form of the team bus being assualted.

Well done to Liverpool for reaching another CL final, I hope there is no trouble in the final.

History in my house will always show a tradgedy happened during that semi final, not murder

Same team fans different occasions

posted on May, 8 2019 @ 01:48 PM
a reply to: UpIsNowDown

The method for forcing the gates was to create a crush that could break a ten year old child's arm or leg. Police or stewards would then let the 'fans' in for free. I believe Leeds were particularly bad for this. It's been extensively studied and written up in detail.

Real men don't break children's legs.

(Coincidentally I'm in Leeds now, and sweating slightly.)

posted on May, 8 2019 @ 05:53 PM
Hillsborough was a tragedy that happened 30 years ago. There have neen reports, inquests, inquireies, hearings, independent panels and prosecutions.

Time to let the dead lie and for the living to move on.

posted on May, 9 2019 @ 07:39 AM
a reply to: Kester

The Hillsborough Disaster was a fatal crowd crush at a soccer match in the eighties. It was deliberately staged for social control.

That's a claim and an opinion. I would beg to differ and to suggest it was a monumental f##k up that led to a tragedy and has been the subject of a criminal investigation that interestingly wasn't brought about until the most recent conservative government whereas one would have thought it would have been on the agenda for the Labour government at some point between 1997 and 2010 but doesn't appear to have been. I'm not suggesting any political reasoning for that, but it obviously was devastating for the families of those that died, some of those family members have themselves passed away without seeing anyone brought to court.

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