Tuesday, November 12, 2002

NSW police incite violent protests at WTO meeting

Dick Adams NSW Police - Putting up defences ... Homebush Bay being prepared yesterday for Friday's World Trade Organisation meeting of ministers

New South Wales Police and the police association are preparing for violent protests outside the World Trade Organisation meeting in Sydney later this week. A police spokesman says officers will not tolerate any unruly behaviour during the meeting of world leaders at the Homebush Olympic site.

The commander of the security operation, Dick Adams, is expected to discuss some of the details of the large police operation later today, including plans to set aside special areas for protesters outside the venue. Meanwhile, Sydney high school students are vowing to walk out of classes on Friday to protest against war and globalisation.

The president of the police association, Ian Ball, is certain a handful of protesters will cause trouble for police.There are a couple of idiots who want to talk about baseball bats and stuff like that," he said."I think that the vast majority of people who have a particular view on world trade would like to be able to express their views without their views being contaminated by the individual stupidity of some individuals."

By Anti Globalisation 12 Nov 2002

THE CHICKEN: The president of the police association, Ian Ball, has got no ball's standing behind a gang with his big mouth threatening violence towards our youth who are merely trying to express themselves.The word is out, threatening people solves nothing. May I suggest the only idiot is Ian Ball?


The scavengers of terror
The NSW Government is to introduce increased police powers bill. Legislation giving New South Wales police special powers to deal with an emergency terrorist situation [emergency scapegoat situation] will be introduced into the New South Wales Parliament today.

Carr out of touch with public about new police powers
It will bring together 70 specialist staff such as [so called terrorism experts like Andrew Scipione ?] police, forensic experts and intelligence analysts [from the CIA and FBI ?] under the one roof to plan and prepare for a possible terrorist attack [false flag operation] in the state. At the same time, the Premier has also announced police will soon get extra powers to deal with terrorism. [State terror focused on dissent.]