The US Democratic party’s future hope for the Presidency has appeared on a Hope not Hate baddy list along with figures like Milo Yiannopolous and Richard Spencer.
Research was carried out by a Youtuber called Jake Lloyd who dug through the lower levels of this 3D hate model exposing the fact that just communicating with certain accounts, even if you were doing so to disagree with their content could get you on the list.
Mr Lloyd calls Hope not Hate the ANTIFA but in reality they are funded by the British Government and enjoy co-operation and promotion from most State organs including the BBC.
Hope not Hate also operate in Northern Ireland, helping violent Republicans select their targets.
The Met Police has a crack team of specially trained officers that engage in political type attacks on the public. Below is a still from a group they attacked after pushing them from both sides into a tunnel.
The tactics they use are relatively simple, they show up in boilersuits with caps on and helmets swinging off their belts and surround a right wing protest, they usually just bump up against people, occasionally with the use of horses and then escalate into a full attack on the group that can then be charged with “attacking a member of the emergency services” and other such things.
The videos like the one I am about to post from this past weekend proves their tactics. This is nothing other than assault and false imprisonment.
Watch from 5 mins in. All the people arrested in this Police charge are facing prison time for serious violent crimes.
Write to your MP about this gang of Common Purpose hoodlums and their political agenda.
Advice on managing an attack by MET Riot squad
They are obviously very difficult to deal with. If you see them at one of your protests you can be sure they will try to get a few people. This is more or less so the Press can smear your demo with reports of violence and arrests.
Obviously trying to control the crowd so the initial provocative pushing doesn’t lead to people pushing back is important but hard to achieve. I think nowadays unlike maybe the late 2000s these guys are as bold as brass and don’t need you to push them.
The only sure fire way to avoid these guys is to be unpredictable, post fake demos, turn up places unannounced. These guys prepare and take a while to roll into motion, usually they will have to liaise with local Police to provide them with paddy wagons for their victims and so forth. Just keep moving, keep em guessing.
If you can get 5,000 like there has been at a few FLA marches there won’t be the boiler suit boys there it will be the grinning blonde PCSO. So that’s the only way to sure fire get the message across.
Hate crime and (now) signal law where people can use the State against others they perceive to have offended them does to Politics what Global warming theory has done to the fossil fuel industry. It allows the Globalists to control it and provides them with excuses that their panicky press organs repeat again and again.
Further to that people are taught to expect violent and antisocial behaviour from people protesting grooming gangs and are terrified of ending up on some blacklist.
There is a whole pseudoscience growing up around hate crime and it links in with the likes of Siobhan O’Niell’s Irish people have violence in their DNA code theory. The globalists, Common Purpose and the Borg like husks of institutions these people inhabit will continue to ramp up the psudoscience and the weird theories until they have a demon headmaster style control over society.
Some things to look out for are “signal theory” and dosing of the like of Propranolol. There is already wide scale clandestine use of propranolol in the UK to target people Police believe might not support rape gangs.
What happens with the Propranolol is Police have your doctor prescribe you with it, the excuse is usually given as helping your anxiety. Usually people at loggerheads with Police over the rape of a loved one will be anxious because of harassment and threats from public agencies and certain communities involved in grooming. What the Propranolol will do is make you very tired, you will get home from work and crawl into bed every night. Just how they want it.
Signal theory is another beauty on the horizon in short it is supposed to be an event that sends a message out to a target community. One example of a signal event that it’s Guardian contributor creator Martin McInnes cites is 9/11 but the real sting in the tail of this signal thing is that it goes right down to the micro level of the like of handing out leaflets, voicing opinions on social media or even something like an Orange Order March. The real intention of it is to allow Police to crack down on people voicing anti-immigration views or folks celebrating their culture. There would be no use for the signal crimes it was just to conflict large terror events as those have their own sets of laws. This is purely to stop us yobbos talking about grooming gangs waving the oul Jack about etc.
What apparently makes a signal a crime is it’s effect on a community’s perception of safety. This is obviously open to abuse by groups and vexy/radicalised individuals throughout society. The target will overwhelmingly be that old enemy of Marxism, the straight white Protestant male.
The PSNI have already begun attempting to charge people using signal theory, cases include leaflets calling for action over crimes, many serious caused by migrants from Eastern Europe.
People should have a reasonable expectation of safety and if that isn’t available they should be able to organise to lobby for that safety to be provided.
WARSAW, Poland, February 14, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― I woke up this morning to discover that MSNBC reporter Andrea Mitchell who at 72 is surely old enough to know better, stated on television last night that the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was against the “Polish and Nazi regime” during World War II. This is outrageous. […]
Intelligent elites in Universities all over the West have been on a search for ways to increase the profit for the corporations and foundations that fund their research. This research has been undertaken in earnest since the early 1960s.
It has often come under the guise of “rights” or of trying to increase motivation and therefor the production in workers. I have studied both in detail and the bedrock of both is deception. Deception as to the intention of policies or practices born out of this research and on the ground deception in so far as within the corporate environment the worker rarely knows the value of the product of his labour.
The left claim to be searching for an ideal society where everyone is an equal participant but their outlets promote a number of deceptions, often a lot more insidious and than the regular and more subtle deceptions employed in artful bargaining within ordinary capitalism.
Women’s rights in the workplace have displaced a huge slew of working class managers and reduced relative wages. The higher management positions are taken up by existing upper middle class networks who employ accents and postcodes rather than race or gender politics as a way of ingroup identification.
Welfare has the crushing effect of over taxing small businesses often operated by working class people into the ground whilst ensuring the welfare recipients stagnate at an absolute minimum of consumption, usually only emerging from this when their labour is absolutely crucial to upper middle class profit.
This is not to say that women’s rights or welfare are bad things but to say that in the right environment they are a tool of control for the elites who are aware of ways to make their policies fairer but choose not to in order to profit.
The right holds the answer to these questions in so far as the natural route of the economy, although imperfect is always fairer than the elite proposition as the elite will always conspire against the public good. So it is a case of either identifying ways to enhance working class mobility on the whole, rather than using distractions such a partial emancipation for ethnic groups and so forth. Labour say they are for the whole proletariat but only promote good wages for tiny sections of society whilst leaving the majority of the working class unrepresented.