Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Beating and Killing People at Demonstrations

The G20 was nothing more than a demonstration by the New Labour regime. A demonstration that they commanded our wealth and could spend it on buildings, cars, receptions, dinners and armed protection. A demonstration that the streets of our city were theirs to open and close as they chose. It had no more validity than other people's demonstration that they did not agree that everyday life in parts of London could be taken over by New Labour force.

Now we see that New Labour kills people to assert its control. Kills and imprisons in the public street. Beats people to death. As Mussolini said on Necessary Violence:

'We do not make a school, a system, or worse still, an aesthetic of violence. We are violent when it is necessary to be so. I tell you that this necessary violence on the part of the Fascists must have a character and style of is own, definitely high-minded, or, if you prefer, surgical.

Our punitive expeditions, all those acts of violence which figure in the papers, must always have the character of a just retort and legitimate reprisal....It is necessary and as long as it is necessary, we shall continue to carry out this hard and thankless task.'

New Labour, New Order.

12 comments:

roym said...

give the police powers and they will readily make use if them. when will one of our representatives make a stand on removing some of these powers?

the "kettling" on bishopsgate was an absolute disgrace. i could see those people clearly from my window. the most offensive thing they were doing was banging on their tambourines.

poor ian tomlinson now joins harry stanley and JC de menzes as innocents brutally despatched by the met. i wonder what the ipcc will do???

JuliaM said...

"Beats people to death..."

No-one was 'beaten to death'.

He was clearly whacked with a baton and pushed. And that officer will now be facing some serious questions.

But he died of a heart attack, after the actions shown on the video. It looks bad, but it's a long way from being 'beaten to death'.

electro-kevin said...

A bit OTT of you if I may say, HG.

Wrong though it undoubtedly is one copper being tempestuous for a split second does not a Rodney King beating make.

Bill Quango MP said...

I don't follow why the up in arms Left, are blaming the right, for the use of police powers, given to them by the Left.

They insist that there is no police state, that ID cards and CCTV and having even this blog comment on file for 5 years will make us all safer. Yet when an innocent gets killed at a demo they run crying about right wing police brutailty.

Stop voting them in then. Its unreal isn't it. Keep on voting and cheerleading for the authoritarian state and then whine about it too.

O/T but some bloke on Radio 2 just called for Gordon Brown to apologise for the mess, and having apologised to resign.
Bet he wasn't expecting that on the lunchtime show.Its all gone very badly for him so far. Some Spad is going to get a Nokia in the neck later.

hatfield girl said...

How many blows of the baton, JuliaM before it counts as a beating? How soon must death occur afterwards?

hatfield girl said...

Precisely, BQ. New Labour parades through our streets demonstrating its power, and batons anyone they care to pick on who is in their way. This isn't what the Left like to see themselves as - authoritarian and violently repressive. They're post-democratic progressives don't you know? Fully signed up to moral capitalism (whatever that may be).

hatfield girl said...

You may say what you like E-K. But a decent man is dead who would be working at his job today if New Labour hadn't taken the centre of London for an arrogant demonstration of what they use our resources for.

electro-kevin said...

I'd like to point out that the man resided in a bail hostel (if the press reports I've read are to be believed). Things may not be as they seem to you.

That said a certain copper needs her collar felt.

JuliaM said...

"O/T but some bloke on Radio 2 just called for Gordon Brown to apologise for the mess, and having apologised to resign.
Bet he wasn't expecting that on the lunchtime show.Its all gone very badly for him so far."


Ah, on the 'Jeremy Vine Show'? Yes, I was listening to that. It was a surprising trenchant interview...

"How many blows of the baton, JuliaM before it counts as a beating? How soon must death occur afterwards?"

More than one, and he actually has to die from it.

Can we say that here? I think not.

Though I note that a second postmortem has been ordered, just in case.

But already I am seeing even normally sensible bloggers use terms like 'caused the death of', 'caused a heart attack' and 'beaten in the street'.

And that's actual bloggers. The commenters are cheerfully chucking around terms such as 'murder'. FFS!

Anonymous said...

I think the quote is very fitting.
The parallel non fa una piega, as they say.

Odin's Raven said...

They're following in Mugabe's footsteps; but they still have something to learn about starving the populace, using the police to kill demonstrators and political opponents and organise ballot stuffing. These lessons will be Quick-ly learned.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of when, a few years ago, a Belgian prince said to me, oh you've just come from Genova have you, terrible what's been happening there, I mean, that poor policeman!