Behind the shocking story of a ‘spycop’ who incited firebombing lies one of Britain’s dirtiest secrets

Former construction worker Dave Smith of the Blacklist Support Group provided extensive testimony to the UnderCover Police Inquiry (UCPI) on how ‘spycops’ infiltrated and spied on workers over many years. The testimony included how one ‘spycop’ attempted to incite three of those workers to firebomb an office run by an exiled Italian fascist. But there is far more to this story than meets the eye, with lives lost from terror and a web of intrigue that stretched all across Europe. Incitement Some way through his statement, Smith explained: The Inquiry will hear how, on more than one occasion, [Carlo] Neri incited Core Participants Frank Smith, Dan Gilman and…

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Netpol reveals ‘institutional racism’ in the policing of Britain’s Black Lives Matter protests

The Network for Police Monitoring (Netpol) has released a new report on the policing of Britain’s 2020 Black Lives Matter protests. It says the research, based on evidence from witnesses, reveals the widespread “excessive use of force, failures in the duty of care, and racial discrimination” carried out by police against predominantly young Black protesters in urban centres during and after the peaceful protests. Netpol concludes that “the policing of these protests was institutionally racist”. Netpol’s report comes days after a Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry found that Black people’s human rights are not being protected equally to those of white people. Meanwhile, on 10 November, Stephen…

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Britain’s top general reminds us what Remembrance is really about: creating a robot army

Britain’s top general used the Remembrance period to remind us what really matters at this time of year: building an army of robots. General Sir Nick Carter, who is head of the British military, told reporters on Remembrance Sunday that a future armed force could well include up to thirty thousand robot soldiers by the 2030s. I mean, I suspect we could have an army of 120,000, of which 30,000 might be robots, who knows? Carter also raised future funding for war: Clearly, from our perspective, we are going to argue for something like that [a multi-year budget] because we need long-term investment because long-term investment gives us…

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Britain’s class war exposed in a powerful statement to the ‘spycops’ inquiry

On 6 November 2020, solicitor Gareth Peirce issued a statement on behalf of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) to the Under Cover Policing Inquiry (UCPI), regarding policing of the 1984-5 strike. The statement made it clear that MI5 played a key role in helping to defeat the strike. Evidence elsewhere backs that up. The “enemy within” The statement explains how in 1979: a newly elected government under Margaret Thatcher set in train a plan to make the Union and its members the focus of exceptional and largely secret initiatives and operations involving the Security Services, the police, and relationships cultivated by all three with selected media. Some…

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Children in ‘crack dens’ and ‘brothels’? A Tory MP accidentally exposed the state of Britain’s care system.

In a now deleted tweet, Conservative MP for Mansfield Ben Bradley said that in his constituency, “One kid lives in a crack den, another in a brothel”. He went on to say that free school meal vouchers effectively lined the pockets of drug dealers and pimps. This tweet was part of a defensive thread explaining why he was one of over 300 Conservative MPs who voted against proposals to provide disadvantaged children in England with free meals until Easter 2021. But Bradley’s comments didn’t go unnoticed on Twitter: Putting “£20 going to a crack den” aside. It alarms me that Ben Bradley knows there’s a child living in a…

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Britain’s role in training the army behind the Nigerian protestor killings

Britain’s relationship with former colony Nigeria is under the spotlight after the alleged shooting dead of unarmed protestors by the country’s security forces. Protests against police brutality have been underway across the country. According to Amnesty International, police and soldiers shot dead at least 12 protesters on 20 October. The Nigerian Army responded to reports of violence against protestors on Twitter, calling them “fake news.” Fake News!!! pic.twitter.com/4c1LHhRD7s — Nigerian Army (@HQNigerianArmy) October 20, 2020 Military relationship The UK military has been intensively training tens of thousands of military personnel in the west African country in recent years, under the banner of counter-terrorism. Nigeria is currently engaged in…

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SEIZE SQUAD: Muslim Mafia Boss’ £10m Property Empire SEIZED by Britain’s NCA

A MUSLIM Mafia boss with links to serious criminals has lost his vast property empire worth nearly £10m after a National Crime Agency investigation.The agency secured an Unexplained Wealth Order against eight properties owned by 40-year-old Mansoor ‘Manni’ Mahmood Hussain, formerly of Sandmoor Drive in Leeds.The UWO – part of the UK’s armoury in the fight against illicit finance – was the first one obtained solely on an individual’s alleged involvement in serious organised crime.He submitted 127 lever arch folders and a 76-page statement to explain where his money came from for the properties – but he inadvertently gave NCA investigators clues to make a bigger case against…

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RATINGS COLLAPSE: Britain’s Got Talent Final Loses 4m Viewers After Politicalisation of Prime Time

BRITAIN’s Got Talent ratings collapsed last night after one of its most complained about series in history, Politicalite can reveal. The ITV talent show saw just 5.8 million tune in to its final – compared with 8.7 million who tuned in last year. VIEWERS TURNED OFF BY WOKE AGENDA ITV Viewers have turned off the talent show after the programme promoted a far-left political agenda. The show faced a fresh sling of complaints following the Black Lives Matter Ofcom debacle after a black comedian appeared to mock White people, sparking uproar online last week.Politicalite can reveal the ITV show has been hit with more than 1,000 Ofcom complaints as of Tuesday following 733…

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BOYCOTT BGT: Fresh Row For Britain’s Got Talent After Act Brands White Men ‘Far Right’ 

BRITAIN’s Got Talent is facing a fresh row following the Black Lives Matter Ofcom debacle after a black comedian appeared to mock White people, sparking uproar online. Politicalite can reveal the ITV show has been hit with more than 1,000 Ofcom complaints as of Tuesday following 733 objections over the Comedian Nabil Abdulrashid joking about race. Nabil who was put through to the final by the judges made joked about racism and branded white people ‘far-right’. He said: “Angry far-white guys come out going: ‘Look at that, it’s terrible him doing jokes about being black and muslim. If a white non-muslim did that it would be racist.'” “Well, duh. That’s like me saying: Look…

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Britain’s education system has been failing Black working-class children for generations

Last week, the Institute of Race Relations published new research highlighting how Black working-class children and young people are being systematically criminalised and excluded from the English school system. A ‘two-tier’ education system Using London as a case study, the report reveals Britain’s ‘two-tier’ education system. A system in which ‘deserving’ students are encouraged to thrive in the academy sector, while those deemed ‘undeserving’ are relegated to pupil-referral units (PRUs) and alternative provision (AP) – most of which aren’t fit for purpose. This has the greatest impact on working-class Black Caribbean boys, who are over-represented in school exclusion rates, in PRUs and AP (where they are vulnerable to exploitation…

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