Police work for the corporations. Ordinary people are out there trying to stop them.

Louise Hammond’s livestream video shows Monday morning’s lock-ons at Kirby Misperton gates.  Police won’t even allow breakfast.   Peaceful protest is allowed by law, but Police won’t even discuss the matter.  They say offences are being committed, and they threaten immediate arrest.  Breakfast is cooked but is simply thrown to the side.

Why don’t a few hundred more turn up to defend these brave people?  Is Yorkshire still asleep?  Is the threat of arrest for not having committed any crime really such a deterrent when the future of human survival in the area is at stake?

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2 Responses to “Police work for the corporations. Ordinary people are out there trying to stop them.”

  1. Gordon says:

    “Police work for the corporations. Ordinary people are out there trying to stop them.”

    More like, Police work to protect the government, the elite and corporations while ordinary people are out there on their own.

  2. archer says:

    Yep – they’re just a modern day praetorian guard.

    Plenty of money for all the theatrics around phoney terror though.

    Coincidentally, there’s also the admission this week by the Met that they are no longer investigating ‘low-level’ crime…

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