Saturday, 28 March 2009
If the pieces fit...
I know there are many who think I'm just a paranoid nut. I hope I am. Yet I firmly believe there will be trouble at the G20 protests next week and that the Brown Gorgon is salivating at the prospect. Remember his face when the banks started falling? He loved every second of it. The man desires nothing more than chaos because he believes it makes him indispensible. So he causes chaos and then pretends to try to fix it but doesn't really try because it's the chaos, not the fixing, that he loves.
Why am I convinced of trouble next week? Firstly, because the police are actively soliciting it. Secondly, because a large part of the protests are being organised by Government-sponsored quangos. Not by spontaneous public groups. Not by the furious public. The protests are organised by Government lackeys and the police are gearing up for big trouble. Police statements sound like those announcements made by boxers before the big fight. They are not appealing for calm. They are playing up the 'there's going to be trouble and we're ready for it' line. Apparently Trafalgar Square has been prepared for battle.
It looks very much like a setup, a stage-managed riot in which a lot of innocent people will get hurt. None of the organisers will be damaged because they won't be there. The British haven't rioted to order so the Government is going to arrange it for us.
Watch for that Gorgon deathmask grin when the fighting starts. Then watch the new laws appear as if by magic, almost as if they hadn't been already prepared beforehand. Watch more of our liberties vanish.
Most of all, watch out for that civil contingencies act.