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23 May 2006

Wednesday AM: Sightseeing in Parliament Square

The home of peaceful peace campaigner and long-term installation protester, Brian Haw, was invaded in the early hours of this morning by the cybermen enforcers of Parliament's maddest and baddest new laws.

The state heisted a large portion of Brian Haw's peace site during the raid because it's alright to invade and occupy Iraq on the basis of lies and fabrications, and it's alright to invade a one-man peace camp in the UK, but it's not alright for British subjects to camp peacefully outside the public face of Britain's Terrorist HQ and remind the public servants there-in that there are barbaric consequences with ever increasing half-lives to such choices, and that these choices still will not stand with the people of this country; that every action has an opposite and equal reaction.

Yet again the enforcers were once again busy masquerading behind the Serious Organised CRime And Policing Act (SOCRAP Act) that has, along with one or two other similar gems removed the right from everyone, barring Brian Haw for now, to appeal to the sense of reason that, really, we all know the Parliamentarians can't afford to have now, any more than they ever could in the past.

Mr Haw has been in the square since June 2001 and predates the non-retroactive legislation under which attempts have been repeatedly made to oust him.

As the removal of Mr Haw was one of the intended objectives of new legislation, and because Mr Haw is still there now, the government is having to resort to some of the subtler techniques that the dark ages of corporatism brings with it, namely the trusty old outnumber-'em-while-they-sleep dawn raid, complete with lots of state bootboys for the full terror effect.

The raid this morning was just one in a long line of Brian's encounters with state troopers. Luckily, there exists much photographic evidence of some of these encounters taken by people other than the Forward Intelligence Team so you can decide for yourself which of the characters in the photograph below looks like they're engaging in a heavy-handed Serious Organised CRime And Policing Act.... the man in the middle who possesses the conscience Tony Blair openly admitted he doesn't have, or the state maulers manhandling him?

Mr Haw's crime that led to this debacle? That heinous crime against humanity of being in possession of a bell.

Tim Ireland has enhanced the clarity of the photo a little.

The Antagonist is sure these lovely enforcers of the law are only doing it for the money and because that's what they've been told to do, but humanity has heard that excuse on one or two notable occasions in history prior to 2006. It didn't wash then and it certainly doesn't wash now, even under the new corporatism.

As the state commits ever greater crimes against humanity, both abroad and right here in the UK, the few defenders of our basic human rights and human freedoms who dare to stand against the increasing oppression of the dying beast are going to need all the popular support they can get.

Right now, it's Brian Haw that needs and deserves that support and Bloggerheads has issued an invitation to all to show solidarity with Brian Haw in a non-protest event in Parliament Square at 11am on Wednesday May 24th 2006 (tomorrow morning):


You are invited to attend Parliament Square in solidarity with Brian Haw tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 11am ready for 11.30 (when Blair is due to drive past on his way to PMQs).

It is suggested that bells and whistles are used. Here's why. I am going to further suggest that, instead of being in Parliament Square (where police are sure to clamp down and round people up during this short period), you merely be in that general area with a *concealed* bell or whistle at the ready... and then let fly when Baby Blair's motorcade goes past.

And, if anybody gives you any stick, remind them that:
  1. SOCPA forbids the use of loudspeakers - *not* noisemakers.
  2. SOCPA also fails to define what constitutes a demonstration
  3. So if they don't get out of your face, you'll be forced to have them arrested for demonstrating their ignorance.

You'll get to see Brian Haw's new state-designed minimalist pad and - who knows - you may even get to see that nice Mr Blair off the telly on his way in to 'work'.

Expect to encounter all the usual bodies of state, all endeavouring to peer yet deeper into the Goldfish bowl of UK terror suspects and serious organised criminals who oppose the government's lies and mass murder as much as they do the government's decimation of public services, civil liberties and the last remnants of society in the UK.

The Antagonist can't help but wonder what might occur if the 2-3 million who turned up for the Stop War march prior to the invasion of Iraq all arrived in Parliament Square to show their solidarity with Mr Haw armed only with tents, supplies and an equally resilient level of resolve to that of Mr Haw.

But maybe that's a notion that is yet to be born.

Apophenia for the masses

Everything is connected. Coincidences do not exist, only the illusion of coincidence:
"The thing is, er, well so much of this stuff is verging on the undeniable it’s kind of interesting to see how people react to it; some people blow it off as coincidence, others as interesting but of no real significance and most just blank it out in a dissonant kind of way."

15 May 2006

This is the round up. Who will speak for you?

Hammer coming down fast
Flag is flying full mast
Shield your eyes from the blast
You know it won't be the last
It's a round-up, it's a round up

ADF - 'Round-up', Tank

It's a round-up:
Muslims most deprived minority

Muslims are more likely than other religious minorities to be unemployed and live in poor housing in the most deprived parts of England, research has found.

Source: The Guardian

Change the word Muslims for 'poor people' and remove religious affiliations and, suddenly, the sentence makes far more sense and is imbued with a touch less racism.
Rifle butts through the door
Then you're kicked to the floor
Headlines screaming for more
Now you're a prisoner of war in the round-up
It's a round up

ADF - 'Round-up', Tank

Rifle butts through the door:
The "dispersal" of these groups is likely to be limited by the desire of families to stay close together, the research said. And many Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus are likely to want to stay close to their places of worship.
Source: The Guardian


It's a round-up. Chaos AD, tanks on the streets.
Dey come for Rasta, you say nothing
Dey come for Muslims, you say nothing
Dem come for y'anti-globalist, you say nothing
They come for liberals, you say nothing
Dem come for you, and who will speak for you?

Who will speak for you?

ADF - 'Round-up', Tank

Sicker yet.
Muslims were also particularly vulnerable to long-term illness and poor levels of education, said the researchers from the universities of Derby, Warwick, Birmingham and Oxford.

Source: The Guardian

Poor levels of health and education but apparently not unfit or stupid enough to allegedly outwit British Intelligence on July 7th. Yet again, change the word 'Muslims' for 'poor people' and the sentence becomes a bit closer to the truth.
This is a countdown to the crackdown
Time to take a little trip downtown

Get in the lineup, there ain't no let up
This is a bona-fide government stick up (in the round-up)

From the fit up straight to the lock up
Through the touch-up and the drug up to the rough up

It's just a start up, so watch it speed up
It ain't enough to just put-up and shut-up (this is a round-up)

ADF - 'Round-up', Tank

And when they come for you?
"At last week's cabinet meeting, Mr Blair likened Islamic extremism to the Trotskyist Militant Tendency that infiltrated Labour in the 80s, and argued it was only when the party recognised the depth of the infiltration that a tough counter-strategy was implemented." [More]

They dress it up in many ways. Wars on all fronts, all the time; terror, drugs, crime, the causes of crime, poverty, anti-social behaviour, benefit fraud. You name it, there's a war on it. But, really, it's the same old Class War it ever was, only now it's a bigger crime than ever before to know it.

11 May 2006

July 7th Narrative Day

The July 7th 'narrative' that Charles Clarke offered the British People instead of a full Independent Public Inquiry has been released.

The BBC, Sky News and Channel 4 are all rolling CCTV footage of the accused from 28th June 2005 as if it were from July 7th (indeed the BBC even cropped out the time and date stamp for the full brainwashing effect) when, of course, no footage has ever been released of the four accused of perpetrating the atrocities on July 7th in over ten months since the incidents occurred.

Nor has any evidence been released that could convinct anyone in a court of law for what happened.

Here are some reports:

The BBC, true to form, is still using Mr Peter Power of Visor Consultants as an independent security consultant with no special connection to the events of July 7th, even though on the morning of July 7th he was rehearsing bombs going off in precisely the stations that they did.

When you're done reading the official confusions you'll find a lot of useful information about the events of July 7th at the July Seventh Truth Campaign web site and on their associated July 7th People's Investigation Forum.

Update: Read and join the J7 forum discussion highlighting the inaccuracies, anomalies and inconsistencies in the narrative.