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Trouble at Millbank. 52K Volunteer students take London.

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« on: December 14, 2010, 12:37:05 pm »

Student fees protest: lawyers launch legal challenge to kettling

Students enjoying some 'Festive-Fayre' during a tea-break, debate with police over heavy-handed tactics ...

"Lawyers have launched a legal challenge to the police tactic of kettling during recent student demonstrations, claiming a breach of human rights.

The lawyers, acting for five of the thousands of demonstrators penned in by police last Thursday, have written to the commissioner for the Metropolitan police, Sir Paul Stephenson,arguing that kettling breaches European human rights legislation


"Stephenson said he had been "stripping London out" to police the protests, adding that almost 3,000 officers were deployed last Thursday. The Met had ruled out using water cannon three years ago, but was taking advice from colleagues in Northern Ireland about whether they could be used in London.

Senior officers would consider asking the home secretary to ban forthcoming marches."

In actual point of fact MI5 have been in charge of National Security in Northern Ireland since 2006.

And as we know, under 'Resilience', that's National Security and Resilience as defined in the new 2008 NSS, National Security Strategy, the co-operation of the emergency services with MoD, in interest of maintainance of National Security issues, when confronted with such as Civil Disobedience or Civil Disorder, is expected to be thorough.

In other words, the State is now worried that the continued 'resilience' of the students in this most horrific of weather conditions could easily be stirring feelings of discontent with the 'Government of the day', in the public's heart, and at large ...

And in not so many words .... "We haven't seen anything yet" because the MoD have also outlined in their 'Flashmobs' article in the Guardian, that they fully expect, indeed seemingly want to public to get very, very angry indeed ....

Well, seeing as how MoD knew in advance about the False-Flag Swine-Flu débacle of 2009, it is most likely they have a vested interest, considering 'the cuts' also affecting MoD deeply too now, in trying to remain highly influential in the political arena ...

Indeed, 'Armaggedon' would be their greatest playing card.
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"When the righteous become many, the people rejoice; but when anyone wicked bears rule, the people sigh".
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