When Ghandi organised his peaceful protests, the British government used Agent Provocateurs to cause violence. (Cached)
Were British spooks involved in the 'student' attack on David Cameron's Conservative Party HQ in London on 10 November 2010?
Students were peacefully protesting against soaring university fees.
But they had been infiltrated by thugs. (Who were the REAL villains of that riot?)
Sensing trouble, the six-man security team guarding Conservative HQ made an emergency call to police HQ, asking for reinforcements.
But the police chose not to arrive for almost an hour.
And when they did arrive they were only about thirty in number. (Pull the other one.)
Spooks toppling Saddam Hussein's statue. People Power is usually organised by the security services. (Website for this image)
Over a period of three hours, 'hundreds of rioters' were able to smash windows, spray graffiti and destroy office equipment.
Dressed in a hoodie, James Norrie was at the front of the demonstration. (Pull the other one.)
James Norrie was a pupil at £30,000-a-year Winchester, Britain's most expensive private school.
Where James Norrie's parents live.
His parents have an apartment in a stately home.
His father is majority shareholder in an investment company worth £25 million.
In 2009 James Norrie completed a degree at Oxford. (Pull the other one.)
Olivia Wedderburn climbed on to the roof of the Conservative Party HQ.
Wedderburn lives in an £1.8 million townhouse.
Craig Murray wrote: "There can be no doubt that, at the G20 protests, at times the police were unnecessarily violent towards non-violent protestors.
"Yet at other times they were puzzlingly non-violent towards inexcusably violent protestors.
"I postulated that one explanation might be that the small number of "protestors" who were theatrically and irrationally violent, were not actually protestors at all." (Craig Murray - Do Agents Provocateurs Exist?)
Christopher Andrew's The Defence of the Realm: the Authorized History of M15, describes MI5 infiltration of the National Union of Miners and others.