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Extinction Rebellion Summer Uprising

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posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 03:23 PM
The British Establishment uses undercover agents to shatter rebellious movements and prevent mass free gatherings.

. . . the reality of the British state’s actions. As Ian Cobain repeatedly points out in his 2016 book, The History Thieves, governments have routinely gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal aspects of the secret state, long after foreign powers have acquired extensive knowledge of the phenomenon in question: the key population being kept in the dark is the British populace.

Spycops in context: Counter-subversion, deep dissent and the logic of political policing

The New Travellers, Free Festivals and large scale free raves were stopped with the Beanfield Ambush and Castlemorton. Warnings were put out four or five years ahead of Castlemorton that it was planned to be the last big, free gathering. It was guided into being by long term undercover agents. A contentious issue that leads to an obvious negative effect.

The chilling effect
The movement can’t function if trust between activists is eroded. When a network is riven by accusations and suspicions, organisation and practical actions become an impossibility.
Laura Oldfield Ford, spied on by an undercover NPOIU officer, 20131

Spycops in context: A brief history of political policing in Britain

For those who don't know.

The Beanfield.

. . . Earl of Cardigan, whose land the convoy had just left. The Earl followed the convoy on his motorbike and described seeing a pregnant woman "repeatedly clubbed on the head" while vehicles – people's homes – were smashed with hammers by police whose ID numbers had been covered.

"An awful lot of hope went that day. There was an influx of bad drugs that hadn't been allowed before. Suddenly people succumbed. They sold bits of their bus that had been broken. Vehicles were in a low state of maintenance because of police action, and there was a certain amount of '# everything' attitude. Heroin use and Special Brew use increased dramatically. That's casualties of war right there. It was completely against the ethos of what we were trying to do."

Castlemorton fulfilling its long-planned role.

Perhaps the highpoint of these escapades was the infamous Castlemorton Common Festival – "our generation's Woodstock", according to Digs – which mushroomed into the mother of all free parties when local news reports' inadvertent advertisements drew 30,000 revellers to the honeypot of hedonism that prompted the notorious Criminal Justice Act

The miners were stopped by luring them to a chosen place and using military tactics against them.

The Hillsborough Disaster was used to tame the soccer fans.

Out of the ashes of Hillsborough, modern football was born

Twenty years ago, 96 fans lost their lives at a match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest. It was a day that changed British football forever

The fans were ordered to be seated.

“There is no panacea which will achieve total safety and cure all problems of behaviour and crowd control. But I am satisfied that seating does more to achieve those objectives than any other single measure”

Hillsborough created the culture of drinking beer while watching football on pub TVs.

Many children of the Sky era have grown up experiencing football on television and video consoles and now pack into pubs, he argues, standing with a pint and their mates in front of a big screen in the way their fathers once stood on the terraces.

How will it be for Extinction Rebellion?

Will the young have their hopes crushed?

Will mass free gatherings be once again demonised?

edit on 12 7 2019 by Kester because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 03:28 PM
extinction rebellion are the stupid puppets the govts are using to push the next taxation wave.

not buying it.

posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 03:29 PM
a reply to: selfharmonise

So how will this movement be used against the minds of the young? That must be the purpose, to control them now and into the future.

posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 03:32 PM
a reply to: Kester

are you kidding me, it fits right in wit the liberal progressive agenda, they have occult symbolism and homosexuality its a regular inter-sectional Olympics right there everything TPTB love. Do they have global warming propaganda as well? You may as well be calling the pathetic Pride festivals in America controversial if you think the gov't doesn't love this stuff

it will be celebrated and shoved down everyone's throats. like it or not.

is this a joke.

now get a bunch of Christians opposing abortion with organized prayer and you got the real potential for mass gathering being banned.
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posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 03:43 PM
a reply to: smkymcnugget420

They will use it to control the way the young think. These are people who are prepared to do 'something'. There will be a plan in place to teach them a lesson and make them less rebellious. Probably the gradual release of damming information on one of the key players will be used at some time to breed distrust.

Blocking up roads isn't going to be tolerated beyond its useful taxation increasing application.

Extinction Rebellion could block Bristol traffic non-stop 'for more than five days'

New details about Operation Mushroom have emerged

There must be a pile of dirty tricks in place for when the major use is completed.
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posted on Jul, 12 2019 @ 04:53 PM

originally posted by: selfharmonise
extinction rebellion are the stupid puppets the govts are using to push the next taxation wave.

not buying it.

Sure. Because the government needs a complicated conspiracy to tax you more.

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