Thursday, March 27, 2003

SOOTHSAYERS OR SLAYERS? 'Imperialists'NSW Police Force

LATE last year the NSW Force set up protesters by placing an ad on the mainstream media news network professing that there was going to be violence at the peaceful demonstrations against WTO and now the war on Iraq. See link below: NSW Police incite violent protests at WTO meeting.

The violent spectacle began at Town Hall and resulted in two police officers and a number of protesters being injured. At least 45 mostly teenage participants were arrested including a boy aged 10 after the rally erupted into violence about 12.30pm.

Assistant Police Commissioner Dick Adams said it was clear a large proportion of protesters had come to the rally "for the express purpose of fighting police."

"We had a group of people who went to Town Hall [for] nothing other than to incite trouble," he said.

But that is what Adams said the night before and now guess what his prediction come true but was it a prediction?

Our kids are smart not stupid wake up Adams and grow up you fool and tell your boss our kids are smart. Not just that they should get a pat on the back and be proud of themselves for demonstrating for peace. Clutching placards condemning Prime Minister John Howard and US President George W. Bush, a 2000-strong group of students many wearing their school uniforms gathered for the protest at midday."No war, no war, no war, no war, no war, no war, no war no could be heard as it echoed along the street" said, GKCNN undercover reporter Don't Setmeup.

Setmeup said, "Students burnt an American flag before moving on to Hyde Park, where scores of protesters cavorted in the Archibald Fountain. Hundreds of police officers surrounded the exits to the park, ensuring the crowd was contained within its boundaries." After leaving the park, the marchers moved through the Pitt St Mall and Castlereagh St, before congregating outside Mr Howard's Phillip St offices where they were divided and locked into a space. Told not to move and jailed into position. There, the protesters hurled further insults while as least 50 police, including mounted officers, tried to contain them.

Australian Arabic community leaders condemned the violent clashes but rejected police claims the perpetrators were Middle Eastern men.

Australian Govt feels sorry for blowing up Iraq and donates $2 million to Iraqi children's appeal

"We're in Basra right now as we speak , in fact I've had a note just this morning from our people in Basra and they are working today in Basra to restore water and to deliver clean water to as I say 100,000 children under the age of five," Ms Phillips said.

Coalition force 'surprised' by stiff resistance for food aid

About 4,000-5,000 allied forces have launched what they vowed would be an all-out blitz. "We're going straight through that city," a US Marine officer, who asked not to be named, said. "It will be a Hail Mary with guns ablazing."

By ObiWan Kenobi 27 March 03, State Undercover Reporter

THE PARENTS: Shame on you Dick Adams trying to trick our kids you fool. May the Force be with you Luke!


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.]

Police show their real colours 'blue'
Several thousand people have marched through the centre of Sydney protesting against globalisation and the treatment of asylum seekers. Police provided the protesters with an escort despite refusing to issue permits for demonstrations.

NSW police incite violent protests at WTO meeting
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 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.

Give peace a chance
PIERS AKERMAN DT 28 Nov 02: JUSTICE John Dowd should be removed from the bench. His crime? Stupidity. In a breath-taking display of hand-wringing sanctimonious morality, Dowd has condemned the State and Federal Governments' anti-terrorism measures, claiming they erode rights and give encouragement to oppressive regimes.

Bills, Bills and more Bills NSW Parliament deep in debt
NSW Parliament is unjustifiable creating intellectual debt, Academics, politicians, judges, lawyers and volunteers.

It is an absolute disgrace to: Undermine civil and democratic rights The event, hosted by a State MP Lee Rhiannon just a week before the meeting of the World Trade Organisation in Sydney, has enraged Police Minister Michael Costa, who said using the House for the event was appalling. Upper House Greens MP Lee Rhiannon is hosting the forum for about 60 people in State Parliament's Jubilee Room on November 8.

When Johnny comes marching home again: 'hoorah hoorah'
Posted on the Resistance web page Bronwyn Powell, an organiser of the youth-led mobilisation told Green Left weekly that "in the face of attacks on civil liberties, it is unfortunate that some union officials have felt they need to submit. It could set a negative precedent for upholding the hard-won right to demonstrate in the street."