This is such a miscalculation on their part (The Global Cabal).
If they try to keep the military and their equipment on the streets post games they better be prepared for what comes next.
I know that many servicemen and women will not stand for this and as for the public, well if they thought the London riots were bad!

They will see shocking scenes if they try to impose an open police state, the people will rise.
Britain is already in the firm grasp of a big brother society, it is tolerated but push the Brits too far and watch out!!!!

We see the movie V for vendetta coming to life before our very eyes, we must not sit idly by,  if we wait for a superhero to save us we are doomed.

People need to organize they need to share the information and they  need to prepare.These puppet masters believe the citizens of the UK to be lazy apathetic creatures that will roll over when told.


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(Max Danvers)  On July 27, the London Olympic Games begin, and for 17 long days everyone on Earth will pretend to be interested in track. And for some reason, LOCOG (the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games), normally responsible for ensuring that all the events start on time and all poles are properly vaulted, have instead seized their chance to change laws, build urban fortresses, revoke civil rights and swamp the streets with enough high-tech weaponry for an Iron Man sequel. It’s all in the name of anti-terrorism and public safety, of course, but the London 2012 Olympics will be the most sinister sporting event ever held outside of Battle Royale, thanks to stuff like …


#5. Surface-to-Air Missiles … on Apartment Buildings

At some point during the planning stages of this sporting event, someone in the fetid bowels of LOCOG headquarters stood up and said, “So, we’ve got the sod laid and ensured that we have enough seating and bathrooms. Now, how many rocket launchers do we think we need?”

New events this year include Government Helicopter Shoot and Molotov Toss.

That’s right: To protect the London Olympics, they’re installing high-grade surface-to-air missiles … on top of residential buildings.

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Because nothing says “this city is safe” like missiles looming over you at all times.

While other Olympics contented themselves with Tasers and stern, disapproving looks, LOCOG security hurtled screaming past the event horizon of sanity and started transforming apartment buildings into launch pads. Ostensibly, the missiles are intended for use against low-flying aircraft, such as suicide-bombing planes or those goddamn pigeons from Mary Poppins. But the residents of the Fred Wigg Tower, and several other soon-to-be-weaponized apartment buildings, probably take little solace in the fact that they’ll be hosting Starstreak missiles 10 feet above their living rooms. Because even if the best case scenario plays out and missile flames don’t burn their houses down, they’ll still have to deal with collateral damage from an intercepted target. The remains of any stricken aircraft will have no place to fall but directly on top of residential London, gently dusting the inhabitants with a fine layer of fucked. That’s all assuming, of course, that it actually works. The newest Starstreaks have zero combat efficacy data, rely heavily on operator skill and might be foiled by bad weather.

But what are the odds of bad weather happening in a place like London?

#4. The Biggest Military Buildup in London Since World War II

During WWII, there were warships docked on the river Thames, right in the center of London. It was a sobering sight, having those war machines looming over a major metropolis. But those were dark days, requiring drastic measures: There was also an operating Royal Air Force base in the capital back then, and all air traffic control was taken out of civilian hands and given to the Ministry of Defense. That’s exactly the sort of thing we’d expect to happen during the largest, most destructive war in human history. That’s not exactly the sort of thing we’d expect from, say, the security team at a Ping-Pong match.

Poor British soldiers. Now all the other armies are gonna laugh at them.

But apparently the London 2012 Olympics features some seriously, awesomely dangerous new sports, because all of those things are coming back for the first time since the Blitz. During the games, 13,500 troops will be deployed in London just for the run time of the Olympics — that’s 4,000 more than they had on the ground in Afghanistan in 2011. And these aren’t the across-the-pond versions of the National Guard or anything — Britain’s most badass commandos, the Royal Marines, will be checking tickets at the shot put and waving around those little parking attendant glow sticks. Also, fresh from its last deployment in Libya, the HMS Ocean will be docked in the Thames.

“Yes, it does have batteries of missiles. But they almost never fire off for no reason.”

That’s the largest ship in the Royal Navy. Not to mention all the fighter aircraft, helicopter gunships and pilotless drones clouding the skies. On land, sea and air, it will be what the British government calls “maximum” military presence.

For the Olympics.

It’s often said that the Olympic Games are a platform for a country to show what it’s proudest of off to the world. If that’s true, then apparently London is that creepy kid from middle school who invites you over to his house to look at his knife collection.

“… and these are my Royal Marines. They’re here to shoot anyone who cheats at the 100-meter breaststroke.”

#3. Empty Roads for the Rich


It’s an unfortunate happening, no doubt chock-full of enough wacky shenanigans to staff a Rob Schneider movie, but sometimes athletes have missed their events at past Olympics. But not this year: London has designated special lanes in the city not just for athletes, but for Olympics officials, people working for sponsoring companies and, hey, what the hell, anyone else rich enough to buy their way in.

“How can we take an institution beloved for dissolving barriers between people and make it the exact opposite of that?”

Not allowed behind London’s velvet off-ramps, however, are ambulances carrying such trivial things as blood for donations and elderly people in need of dialysis. True, ambulances carrying people in need of emergency medical care will be able to turn on their sirens and use the special lanes if they absolutely have to, but unless you’re firmly heading toward the light, you’ll just have to sit in the unmanageable Olympics traffic with the rest of London.

Do try not to cough on any of the McDonald’s or Coca-Cola employees as they zip past you, laughing and sipping champagne while bombing around their 39 miles of VIP roadways.

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Olympic Verdict Places British Residents Under Military Rule Indefinitely

By Patrick Henningsen and Daisy Jones | July 27, 2012 |

It’s official: an Englishman’s home is no longer his castle.

In a move that is hardly witnessed in wartime, let alone in peacetime, the UK’s military establishment has been given the green light to quarter residential homes without any permission or notice.

In the run-up to the 2012 Olympics in London, the UK’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) has taken the unprecedented step of erecting surface-to-air missile batteries on top of multiple residential locations around East London.

A group of local council tenants from Leytonstone, East London, lost their high court battle to prevent the military missile encampment from being stationed on the roof of their tower block before and during the Olympics. The action to use their residential block as a military base was signed off by the British Prime Minister…

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  1. I like that thanks. No, we will not be pushed too far. I took part in a mass demo five years ago. Four hundred and fifty thousand of us brought London to a standstill. We were not anarchist or rent a mob, just country folk sick of being lied to and pushed around.
    Well, the tory government has not kept its promise, like all damned politicians they lie. Now this anger spreads, albeit slowly, to other parts of the land. The suburban man paying tax and $13 a gallon for fuel. The one of the 70% who want us out of the EUSSR and is ignored, by politicians.

    Now an elitist olympics is rubbing salt into open wounds, the corrupt Parliament dithers on Europe, scared to upset its corporate / banker master.

    Oh my, what a party we are going to have.

  2. Cromwell,

    Well I like what you have to say about this. I’m glad to hear the Brits are not about to take this much longer. What a mess with that Olympics and what they are doing.
    Both of our countries are going to be in a revolution here shortly I suspect.

      • I had a think Cheese. WW3 will come first. We have the TV on in the background showing “Dads Army”. Its a 40 year comedy old rerun of the Home Guard in 1940. Its on every week, forty episodes repeated over.
        It is conditioning, austerity, war, hardship. All borne with a stiff upper lip, and a sense of humour.

        We have alluded to social conditioning elsewhere, soldiers are all feted, they have saved the olympics after the security company boobed. Get used to them walking around London, then other cities.

        Sound familiar?

      • Maybe they need to update it :

        Who do you think you are kidding Mister Obama
        if you think we’re on the run?
        We are the boys who will stop your little game.
        we are the boys who will make you think again.
        ’cause who do you think you are kidding mister Obama
        if you think old England’s done?

    • Thanks both, I am in fine fettle today. Although I prefer the peaceful way.
      Maybe 21 channels of elitist olympics has pressed a nerve. 😉

  3. Yes it is all on BBC. We pay an annual license fee for this none commercial channel, none negotiable of course, a viewing tax. They have become the establishment mouthpiece. They even paid the State Dept for exclusive news earlier this year. So, as you can see, not many of us trust it.
    All it needs is Dr Goebbels now and the dictatorship will be in place.

    • I am shocked these days British TV is not what it once was. BBC especially the news has become a joke.
      I have taken to watching it so i know which stories I need to research.The many incidents of reporting stories with the wrong or false images, the suspect interviews of people live from the area all very telling.
      A news service that was once the pride of an empire now licks the boots of the oligarchs, sad.

      • Aye you are right, the final straw came for many with the State Dept deal. Not lost on a few of us that many cousins watch and listen as it is trusted. A news merry go round if ever.

        lol at your song as well, I see you watch 🙂 No, England is not done, she never is. History has our race seeing off tyranny, this is no different. We are in fine company.

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