Monday, June 12, 2017
Police provoke trouble in Manchester at demonstration ?
Manchester - March against hate - 12/6/2017
We are not especially supportive of 'Tommy Robinson' and the EDL. But this video is a shocking indictment of the way the police act .
Greater Manchester Police have actually used this same tactic for well over 40 years.
They deliberately put opposing factions together and then feign innocence. The police deliberately instigate this violence so that a) the public have instilled in their mind that NF,BNP or EDL means violence, and b) arrests then 'prove' that the NF,BNP, and EDL are violent . Their 'criminalisation' campaign bears fruit for their masters the political establishment. A win win situation for them. There is never any trouble at gatherings if the left do not organise violence. The compliant mass media never blame the left for organising their violent campaigns.
For example, in 1979, they placed several hundred Anti Nazi League (ANAL) protestors right next to about 150 National Front supporters who were going into an Election meeting at Rochdale Town Hall in 1979 for that years General Election.
They placed no barriers or even Police officers in between. Then when it 'kicked off', they arrested a National Front member. They had scores of Police waiting inside the town hall ready for when the trouble broke out.
We can see one NF member being singled out for arrest in the middle picture even though many of the Labour party/communists were being aggresive. No Labour party/communists were arrested.
The last picture shows some of the police who were waiting inside Rochdale town hall for when the trouble broke out. They are pushing back the communist mob who had worked themselves into a violent frenzy. No police were used nor needed to push back the National Front members.
Later that evening hundreds of police were needed to control the disorder from the left wing mob. A report of the rioting outside Rochdale town hall was the main national headlines for the TV news on that night, including by the newsreader Angela Rippon.
As another point of Police bias . At that election meeting, the police insisted that half the hall must be filled by the NF's opponents. Who kept up a barrage of shouting, chanting and footstamping and who were allowed by the police to behave like that.
Even more sinister was that an Asian male who attempted to get into the election meeting was searched and a machete was found on his person. Rather than be arrested by the police, he had the machete taken from him by them and then allowed to enter the meeting to join the Labour/communist mob inside to disturb the meeting.
40 years ago - 13th August 1977 - Lewisham National Front march..............the day the 'balloon went up'. Lewisham 19...