I first posted this article for its relevance to Orgreave and the need for a full, public inquiry.
However, in light of former PM Tony Blair’s team trailing that he intends to make a return to UK politics, it’s even more urgently relevant, as it shows that, as well as being responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands in the Middle East and of UK service personnel in an illegal war, Blair used UK troops disguised as police against UK citizens, in the UK – simply because he considered their politics dangerous.
Blair supposedly plans his comeback because he sees a ‘gap’ in the political ‘market’ (that word tells you everything) between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn.
Since Mrs May’s introduction of the ‘snooper’s charter’, that gap, if it exists, is almost exactly overlaid on the position of the Tory party – except that at least the Tory Prime Minister is going to the trouble of legalising it first.
If you prefer your war criminals to be as keen on acting against their own citizens as those abroad, then just maybe you have a ‘gap’ for Blair. Thankfully, I think few do – so spread this information and let’s see off this narcissist before he can do even more harm.
The SKWAWKBOX’s articles on events at the ‘Battle of Orgreave’ during the 1984 miners’ strike have been among the most read in the history of this blog, especially the new evidence uncovered and presented on the involvement of army personnel, dressed in police uniforms, who were among the most aggressive toward picketing miners, including the use of iron bars, pipes and ‘knuckle-dusters’.
As a result of that article, a former ‘highly-placed source’ contacted this blog, on condition of anonymity, to provide further information that underscores the authenticity of accounts of armed forces personnel impersonating police officers during the miners’ strike – and shows that this practice continued for many years afterward. In the exchange below, ‘S’ is the SKWAWKBOX and ‘X’ is the anonymous whistleblower:
S: Thank you for coming forward. Why have you done so?
X: I’m by no means what people would consider a natural ally of the…
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