MI5 ALERT ON BANK RIOTS

#1
TOP secret contingency plans have been drawn up to counter the threat posed by a “summer of discontent” in Britain.

The “double-whammy” of the worst economic crisis in living memory and a motley crew of political extremists determined to stir up civil disorder has led to the ­extraordinary step of the Army being put on ­standby.

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/86981/MI5-alert-on-bank-riots

So the Army is on standby! Where are the troops coming from as at the moment we are a little bit busy?
How can the Government suddenly find troops to cover its own back but not for Afghan?
How many would prefer to be on the other side of the Police line having a go at the Government?
 
#2
wafubustard said:
TOP secret contingency plans have been drawn up to counter the threat posed by a “summer of discontent” in Britain.

The “double-whammy” of the worst economic crisis in living memory and a motley crew of political extremists determined to stir up civil disorder has led to the ­extraordinary step of the Army being put on ­standby.

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/86981/MI5-alert-on-bank-riots

So the Army is on standby! Where are the troops coming from as at the moment we are a little bit busy?
How can the Government suddenly find troops to cover its own back but not for Afghan?
How many would prefer to be on the other side of the Police line having a go at the Government?[/quote

TOP SECRET PLANS that have just been exposed in the papers and on the Net?

Thank God we have the Spooks. I feel safer already.... :roll:
 
#3
Umm, I'd love to know how this squares with the clearly stated policy that MOD doesnt do this sort of work anymore. JDP2-02 (available on the internet) is very clear that the Armed Forces don't get involved in civilian protests in this way.

I suspect someone saw the minutes of a cabinet office meeting, saw MOD down as attendees and think we're now "on standby".

(That was a very polite way of describing the story as a lie...)
 
#4
Anyway, was'nt this done to death in the Summer of Rage Thread? Most Plod etc think it will be a rubber d1ck.
 
#5
One more time for the hard of thinking: there will NOT be riots on the scale of the Miner's Strike, the Poll Tax Riots or Broadwater Farm. The UK's major cities will NOT burn. Coppers will NOT be hacked to death and rioters will NOT be used as Figure 11's by CO19 or the Army. :roll:

At best, we'll see a re-run of the Battle of Princes Street or the Countryside Alliance Ruck; a few hundred "hard-core" Crusty Jugglers being clubbed like baby seals by the TSG. :twisted:

I would love to see tens of thousands of p1ssed off citizens descending on Parliament, wearing V for Vendetta costumes and carrying every weapon they could lay their hands on. But it ain't gonna happen, boys and girls. :(

The truth of the matter is that the vast majority of British citizens are far too "civilised" to be any real threat, and the b@stards in charge know it. The line from V for Vendetta, "People should not be afraid of their goverments. Goverments should be afraid of their people" has never been more true. :x
 
#6
The poll tax riots were swelled in numbers by rent-a-mob ie students (me :) ). This was done by providing free coaches to London outside Student Union bars some with beer on board!

Great day out was had by all!

Cant see the students nowadays willing to partake?
 

Command_doh

LE
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#7
Miniguns and lots of rounds. That should discourage the feckers. We are not France, we do not do this sort of thing. Bring out the fingermen! (ooops, i slipped into an Orwelian reality where Liarbour PF controlled the country with an iron grip, dictating what we can and can't think, do, say, spend money on, etc).
 
#8
Command_doh said:
Miniguns and lots of rounds. That should discourage the feckers. We are not France, we do not do this sort of thing. Bring out the fingermen! (ooops, i slipped into an Orwelian reality where Liarbour PF controlled the country with an iron grip, dictating what we can and can't think, do, say, spend money on, etc).
Please pay attention to OpSec, old boy; the first recruits don't graduate from the Fingermen Academy until July... :twisted:
 

Command_doh

LE
Book Reviewer
#9
Blackshirts? I've always fancied a nice fetching blackshirt and peaked cap (bit like the U.S. Department of Homeland Security). And smacking some lefty student heads with a nice rigid baton....

Oooohh eerrr, I'll just leave now before I say anything controversial.
 
#11
CQMS said:
I can't wait, a punch up between plod and the great unwashed followed by a night on the lash, does it get any better?
Just hope it happens in July, when I'm on holiday; I'll move the TV outside, have a BBQ and some cold beer while watching the fun! :D
 
#12
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I'd have preferred the Financial Services Authority to have been on "alert" last year.
 
#13
Command_doh said:
Blackshirts? I've always fancied a nice fetching blackshirt and peaked cap (bit like the U.S. Department of Homeland Security). And smacking some lefty student heads with a nice rigid baton....

Oooohh eerrr, I'll just leave now before I say anything controversial.
Pity we don't have something like the French CRS; none of that community policing crap. Just a straight forward Heavy Mob...that's the kind of law enforcement I would enjoy! 8)
 
#14
Infury8r- they were, that's why it's so worrying!
 
#15
Werewolf said:
Command_doh said:
Blackshirts? I've always fancied a nice fetching blackshirt and peaked cap (bit like the U.S. Department of Homeland Security). And smacking some lefty student heads with a nice rigid baton....

Oooohh eerrr, I'll just leave now before I say anything controversial.
Pity we don't have something like the French CRS; none of that community policing crap. Just a straight forward Heavy Mob...that's the kind of law enforcement I would enjoy! 8)
Thats why the french come 'tooled up' for a riot, not just a few bricks and bottles like we do.
 

Command_doh

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
I was on the periphery of a riot in some town near Hamburg a couple of years back, out on a beer drinking trip with some muckers from work. There was some anniversary of the town getting levelled by the brylcream boys, and the Nazi's were protesting about something. Obviously the locals didn't like this one bit, so were protesting against them.

Lovely day. There we were looking at the nice historical architecture, the massive churches, moats and castle rampart - type structures around the river, and we saw about 150 riot Police turn up with their party gear. They were responding to a few younguns throwing bottles at the Nazi's, who were about 50m from us. A few Coppers ran in with the nightsticks, gave these lads a right old shoeing and caning, and some lovely blonde riot cop wench stuck a camcorder in everyones face, just to point out they had it all on tape.

No messing about, good old kicking had by all that broke through the official cordon, and a plentiful supply of TSU boys wearing black gear and balaclavas in the wagons nearby. The Germans don't mess about, and I couldn't help be impressed by the efficiency of it all. No doubt if we had a similar situation and reserves were called in to the big cities, most of the rest of the country would probably experience a horrific crimewave. More so now/in the near future, seeing as how 'budget constraints' have had councils muttering about getting rid of real Police and putting the PCSO biffs in their place as they are 'cheaper' (I seriously doubt this, when you factor in their 'speshul' requirements and crime detection/get away ratio over a long term period).
 
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#17
Is this part of the chain reaction because the greedy finance big guns funked up :?: I reckon M.I.5 should put an armed guard around the homes of these greedy pigs when the linch mobs come a calling :!: ---- we will soon see about "funk you jack im allright" :D
 
#18
Call me a Cynical bugger if you like, but could this summer of rage stuff be Labour's excuse to seize power for good?

Keep on warning about a Summer of Rage. Then when someone farts on a protest march warn its all kicked off, declare national emergency skip the Election, all in the name of keeping the public safe.
 
#19
ALVIN said:
Is this part of the chain reaction because the greedy finance big guns funked up :?: I reckon M.I.5 should put an armed guard around the homes of these greedy pigs when the linch mobs come a calling :!: ---- we will soon see about "funk you jack im allright" :D
Remember who benefits from"fat cat" bankers, HMG, that's who, 40% tax on bonuses plus another 10%ish NI contributions.If you stop paying people then you stop collecting tax on their earnings.

Greedy bankers are a myth, a lot of them were investing pension funds, they were paid to maximise profits (that's your pension), so that's what they did, did you want a fund manager who didn't try to get the best return?

It's smoke, thrown out by a desperate government hoping you won't realise who created the conditions for this cock up.
 
#20
Listy said:
Call me a Cynical bugger if you like, but could this summer of rage stuff be Labour's excuse to seize power for good?

Keep on warning about a Summer of Rage. Then when someone farts on a protest march warn its all kicked off, declare national emergency skip the Election, all in the name of keeping the public safe.
You've just watched V for Vendetta, have'nt you? :D

While I have no doubt Gordon would love to change his job title from PM to Lord High Chancellor(with "Creepy" Mandy in charge of the Fingermen)I doubt the Summer of Rage is an attempted coup for two reasons:

1)They don't have the bottle.

2)These cnuts could'nt organise a fcuk-up in a whorehouse, never mind turn the country into a Facist's wet dream. :roll:
 

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