Friday, August 12, 2011



09 August 2011

Stafford Scott, Tottenham Community Activist, stated on Sky News that not only did London Police fail to communicate with peacefully protesting residents to defuse the situation in Tottenham over the killing of Mark Duggan[1], the Police also inexplicably left a number of their vehicles unattended in the area that effectively acted as an open invite for them to be smashed up – as they subsequently were[2].

Note that this is eerily similar to what happened when unattended police-vehicles were left in areas where students were protesting some months ago in London. Leaving unattended police vehicles in areas and situations of such high tension clearly provides temptation for angry crowds to escalate matters from peaceful protest into violence and arson. At the very least, it is a tactically foolish thing for the Police to do. As Stafford Scott states, towards the end of his interview[3], with regard to some of the male protesters that had previously been peaceful:

“…when they saw some Police-Cars, which for some reason were just parked-up unmanned, like leaving a red rag, a red flag to a bull and they just had a go… I think that… if the Police had been more responsive to us as a community we would have gone and it would not have happened…”

Along with the Police shooting of Mark Duggan, widespread eyewitness reports that Police were initially slow and unduly ineffectual in response to riots and that other aspects of Police operations were suspicious, the question needs to be asked: were police-vehicles deliberately left in a vulnerable location in order to incite or inflame an already tense situation? While the majority of Police Officers have to date clearly just been doing their courageous best to respond to difficult situations, there is concern that this cannot be said of some within their ranks and leadership. A full and open examination of the facts needs to therefore occur.
Whatever the case, as **Paul Joseph Watson of points out with regard to copy-cat rioters in the UK (as opposed to the legitimate peacful protests of the Duggan family and their supporters in Tottenham) that have been triggered by the Tottenham incidents:

“There can be little doubt that the vast majority of the rioters are products of the country’s broken society, nihilistic youths who care little about political grievances and are primarily focused with exploiting the chaos to steal as much booty as they possibly can while getting off on mindless violence. This behaviour ensures the public will overwhelmingly support whatever measures are proposed to deal with them, even to the point of outright martial law.”

Indeed; it is beyond doubt that the undeniable process of transforming Britain from a state of “policing by popular consent” with “British Bobbies” to one of a militarised police-state has been accelerated and will increasingly snowball. The current state of affairs in the UK will be used by dark forces (wether or not they prove to have been engineered by them) and, to those who understand the rapidly assembling ‘New World Order’, was both predictable and predicted. See, in this respect for example, Paul Joseph Watson’s article entitled “Austerity Fascism Is Coming And It Will Be Brutal” that was written over a year ago:

Malign New World Order globalists will “never waste a crisis” and ‘truthers’ must not waste any time in waking people up to the wider issues and context that youth riots are just one ugly detail of.

[1] See:
Doubts emerge over Duggan shooting as London burns -
Mark Duggan: profile of Tottenham police shooting victim -
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