Saturday, 16 April 2016
Thursday, 24 December 2015
The problems heightened since Occupylsx camp is mission creep. The police will dredge up any excuse to intimidate people rejecting government policy and get them out of the way. Arrest them now and make up an excuse afterwards.
No oversight over the police and the incompetent are not named.
Even when they kill an innocent bystander such as PC Simon Harwood killing Ian Tomlinson and they get away with murder. ~ Obi_live
Then there's this other one. The big cost of stopping people protesting within sight of Parliament. Please read.
Baroness Jenny Jones, Green party member of the London Authority, one of those arrested but not prosecuted says this:
"Stopping people protesting within sight of Parliament is repressive policing and the Met Police seem to have forgotten that their duty is to enable democratic protest. This style of policing is also a waste of their time and resources at a time when their budgets are being slashed. The poor policing of the Occupy protests have wasted court time and a great deal of public money. The Met need to revisit their aims and values"
Sunday, 20 December 2015
Wednesday, 16 December 2015
First the Germans and the French, now the Italians are joining the privatised Railway gravy train.
Both Jeremy Corbyn of Labour and Caroline Lucas of the Greens, along with 66% voters, including 52% of Conservative voters, want Railways back in public hands.
As pointed out by Jeremy Corbyn, the Tories are supportive of nationalisation so long as it's other European Countries owning British infrastructure. Unfortunately the foreign Billionaire owned Corporate Media portray Corbyn as the danger to British people?
Even the BBC reporting on the Green Party petition for railways Renationalisation asks whether it is "realistic ".
Any ideas critical of the neoliberal agenda of the City of London and their political lackeys are ridiculed and seen as a danger to the economy the Banksters destroy.
Something is wrong with this scenario.
Here it is. So the public say No.
Therefore the MP vote today will be YES.
We know this because our MP's are fracking bought by the sociopathic oil industry.
[Earlier this year Labour laid down 11 specific amendments to the Infrastructure Bill. We said there should be no more fracking unless all these safeguards – including for our Water Protection Areas – were put in place. The government conceded.
But in an anti-democratic, downright bewildering U-turn, the government is today using a back door procedure known as a ‘deferred vote’ – whereby no MP is able to speak or debate the issue – to force through a motion to allow fracking under our National Parks.]