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Military Coup

#1
I don't know if this topic has been mooted before. I am coming to the conclusion that only a military coup would save our country. The major political parties are so similar in policies. The judicary, the police and the civil service have all been politicised to the left/liberal persuasion, and no dissent is tolerated. The government will not give the people a referendum on anything they know they will lose.
I seem to recall in the 60s that an army general (whose name i can't remember) discussed ways of removing Harold Wilson's government
I am a civilian and have no knowledge of military affairs, can the ARRSE regulars come up with some suggestions for and against
 
#2
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#4
Twat more like

Edited to add. Oops - just had a look at the rest of his posts. Add deranged to that description. 8O
 
#6
The plans for a military coup of the 60s and 70s were almost certainly a deception to encourage the allegedly Soviet backed OIRA and Soviet to adhere to their strategy. Airey Neave was tarnished as a rabid cold war warrior. But in fact he was very good on the technology of threat and even lectured SAS on the subject.

It used to be called perfidious Albion I think. New Labour will go but it will be by general election results.
 
#7
Apologies for the posting it was out of 'academic' interest, I am not a journalist more a retired BOF. I think the general from the 60's was called Ferguson
 
#8
Malthebof said:
Apologies for the posting it was out of 'academic' interest, I am not a journalist more a retired BOF. I think the general from the 60's was called Ferguson
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BOF? Is that a TLA for Big Old Fcukwit??

One more for the Arrseholio Bus.
 

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