MI5 ALERT ON BANK RIOTS

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Roit police come under heavy attack from Poll Tax rioters

Sunday March 1,2009
By Geraint Jones

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TOP secret contingency plans have been drawn up to counter the threat posed by a “summer of discontent” in Britain.

The “double-whammy” of the worst economic crisis in living memory and a motley crew of political extremists determined to stir up civil disorder has led to the extraordinary step of the Army being put on standby.

MI5 and Special Branch are targeting activists they fear could inflame anger over job losses and payouts to failed bankers.

One of the most notorious anarchist websites, Class War, asks : “How to keep warm during the credit crunch ? Burn a banker.”

Such remarks have rung alarm bells in Scotland Yard and the Ministry of Defence.

Intelligence sources said the police, backed by MI5, are determined to stay on top of a situation that could spiral out of control as the recession bites deep.

The chilling prospect of soldiers being drafted on to the streets has not been discounted, although it is regarded as a last resort.

What worries emergency planners most is that the middle classes, now struggling to cope with unemployment and repossessions, may take to the streets with the disenfranchised.

The source said “this potent cocktail is reminiscent of the poll tax riots which fatally wounded Margaret Thatcher’s government in 1990”.

Last night Scotland Yard vowed it was ready to face any threat. A source said : “We do have a policing plan in place and we have riot police officers trained for such measures.” SEARCH UK NEWS for :

But other senior police leaders fear the force will be unable to cope.

Were that to be the case, the Government has a contingency plan to deploy troops on the streets of Britain’s major cities.

A senior source said : “This is a very real, and very serious, problem.

“I can tell you there have been crisis talks in Whitehall about this.

“Half the senior officers in Britain have been warning the Home Secretary about the dangerous effects that reducing police manpower may have this summer, especially in the industrial heartlands.

“We are not just talking about the problems of immigration and British jobs for British worker. We are also talking about mass unemployment.

“In many of our industrial cities, this will not be measured in the hundreds, but in the thousands. With unemployment, comes the risk of increased crime. Some forces, such as South Wales, have publically stated they would be swamped.

“Others are keeping it quiet, but you can be sure they are trying to make the Home Secretary listen, before it’s too late.”

The “protest season” is due to begin on April 1 with the G20 Summit in London next month, followed by the 60th anniversary of Nato in Strasbourg a few days later. May Day is also ­potentially a flashpoint.

Ministers cannot afford to allow latent public anger at Government policy to get out of hand if they are to maintain credibility through what promises to be Gordon Brown’s most testing period as Prime Minister.

The Stop the War coalition, orchestrating the G20 protest, said : “The first week of April could be a week of world leaders will never forget.”

The British authorities want to avoid a repeat of the rioting that scarred British cities in the 1980s Then, as now, the country was in recession with rising unemployment and deep public hostility to perceived social divisions.

Today that anger is focused on the banks, with their bonus culture surviving despite billions being paid in taxpayer bail-outs.

This has fomented in the outrage over news that senior executives will be rewarded for their failure.

Sir Fred Goodwin, former boss of RBS, has refused to hand back his £693,000-a-year-pension even as the ailing bank announced a £24billion loss last year, the single largest loss in British corporate history.

Early warnings of trouble ahead came from the furore over last months “British jobs for British workers” protest and wildcat strikes across the country.

This week Britain’s most senior police officer warned that the summer could bring a wave of protests orchestrated by extremists in which ordinary people, fired by their own anger and fear at the economic downturn – became “foot soldiers”.

Superintendent David Hartshorn, who heads the Met’s public order branch, identified the G20 as the possible start of a “summer of rage”.

Murray Benham, head of campaigns at the UK-based World Development Movement, accused Supt Hartshorn of “scaremongering”.

“Scaremongering from the police will not stop us because the price for failing is too high.

“People are understandably angry about the impact of the economic crisis on their jobs, savings and plans for the future.”

02.03.09, 7:33pm

I posted this on another DE message board on sat, i`ve also been posting it elswhere for a while now.
Wake up people.
Here’s a very simplistic view from a very simplistic ex squadie.

Summer of unrest, massive civil unrest, yes there will be, but it will be the government that orchestrates the unrest, they will use activists to hijack peaceful protests.

They will then declare a state of emergency, all elections, local, EU, and national, will be suspended.

They will then declare that the police are severely overstretched and cannot deal with all the civil unrest, so they propose that the army patrols the streets and the protests.

However the army is overstretched in two illegal wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, so and here comes the crunch, they turn to the EU for help, namely the European Gendarmerie Force, [google this sinister force.]

So there you have it, foreign forces on the streets of the UK.

Welcome to EU enslavement.

• Posted by : LivinginDread • Report Comment

THE **** GOVERMENT AND BANKERS HAVE ALL GONE MAD

02.03.09, 2:24pm

well what can we say about this, well it is probably true somthings going to happen your not telling me these so called top bankers ,and the circus goverment didnt no anything was wrong in early 2007 onwards i dont believe none of them , and iam not the onlyone, what as the country come to call this great britain I dont think theres much greatness about it just a bunch of lying idots who think they are smarter than joe public I dont think so ? as to why the countrys in a **** state that its in, its all down to imagration thats one big part of the problem , so was it not long ago an elegal imigrant being deported got a golden hanshake of about £3500 pounds just to leave this god forsaken country and so called english people lose there jobs and try to claim that **** disgracefull jobseekers alowance these clowns have set up cant claim anything and iam sorry one of those persons is me who as worked for 23 yrs in the building industry for which threw no fault of my own and iam talking for fellow workers who are in the same boat as me the goverment and the bankers should all be shot or hung in whitehall for causing so much **** misery to the working class familys **** disgracefull it is god help us all wel the working class anyway I also dont think the m.ps should get there £24000 allowance either some people dont earn that in 2 yrs never mind on top of there **** goverment salarys of 40-50 k plus ayear and what do they do for it sweet F/A makes me so mad oh well they do do somthing dont they cheer and **** chant at one another in parliment and smoke cigars and drink brandy ar ar ar order in the house and yes i do think if it carreys on the way its going there will be trouble and so the army if deployed are going to shoot us it woulnldt happen there would end up being a cival war again if that happend GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

• Posted by : Lance • Report Comment

NO HEADLINE, JUST A COMMENT

02.03.09, 2:09pm

The government coerces people into giving the government money, which the government then uses to coerce the people into not doing anything to stop the government abusing them.

• Posted by : rrr • Report Comment

THE PEOPLE ARE THE HIGHEST COURT IN THE LAND

02.03.09, 12:32pm

Parliament is the voice of the people and the highest court in the land with our own government depriving its people of that voice. The UK had been betrayed by this and previous governments with current economic crisis brought about by government incompetence, greed and corruption, with UK citizens the victims. So what are they supposed to do ?
The government’s mandate ceased the moment it exceeded and abused it position to extent of depriving the people of their voice in Parliament and freedoms earned which had been fought and paid for in blood.
Given Parliament is the highest court in the land and that Parliament is the voice of the people (not government), then the people can legally demand the dissolving of Parliament and government and force an early election.

• Posted by : PhoenixOneUK • Report Comment

THE PEOPLE ARE THE HIGHEST COURT IN THE LAND

02.03.09, 12:32pm

Parliament is the voice of the people and the highest court in the land with our own government depriving its people of that voice. The UK had been betrayed by this and previous governments with current economic crisis brought about by government incompetence, greed and corruption, with UK citizens the victims. So what are they supposed to do ?
The government’s mandate ceased the moment it exceeded and abused it position to extent of depriving the people of their voice in Parliament and freedoms earned which had been fought and paid for in blood.
Given Parliament is the highest court in the land and that Parliament is the voice of the people (not government), then the people can legally demand the dissolving of Parliament and government and force an early election.

• Posted by : PhoenixOneUK • Report Comment

THE PEOPLE ARE THE HIGHEST COURT IN THE LAND

02.03.09, 12:31pm

Parliament is the voice of the people and the highest court in the land with our own government depriving its people of that voice. The UK had been betrayed by this and previous governments with current economic crisis brought about by government incompetence, greed and corruption, with UK citizens the victims. So what are they supposed to do ?
The government’s mandate ceased the moment it exceeded and abused it position to extent of depriving the people of their voice in Parliament and freedoms earned which had been fought and paid for in blood.
Given Parliament is the highest court in the land and that Parliament is the voice of the people (not government), then the people can legally demand the dissolving of Parliament and government and force an early election.

• Posted by : PhoenixOneUK • Report Comment



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