Tuesday, August 09, 2011


Louis James, 19, who says he has never held a job and learned to read only three years ago, admitted to looting a $195 sweater. Photo by Tom Pilston for the International Herald Tribune (London Riots Put Spotlight on Troubled, Unemployed Youths in Britain)

The English Riots: Who Benefits?

At http://canspeccy.blogspot.com/ we read:

"The riots now spreading through Britain's major urban centers ... may not have been so spontaneous...

"We have seen how social destabilization in the Middle East and North Africa has been driven by an organized storm of Tweeting and other forms of digital networking, mostly in the English language oddly enough, assisted surely by agents provocateurs on the ground.

"Should we dismiss the possibility of something similar in England?"

Canspeccy speculates that elements of the government may have organised the riots in order to advance their agenda.

"What, then, to do?

"Spark a massive race riot, hold the police back until the thing is blazing across the nation, then use the disaster as the rationale for necessary restraint on immigration, thereby establishing a populist base for the right?"

Tanks in Glasgow, in 1919, ready to shoot the people. "The seriousness of the government's intent can be gauged from Regulation 965 about how to deal with 'civil unrest': 'It is undesirable that firing should take place over the heads of the rioters or that blank ammunition should be used.'" - BBC NEWS.

The riots give the 'powers that be' a chance to crack down on those who might organise against the wealthy elite.

Max Hastings, a friend of the military, explains the thinking of the rich elite (UK riots 2011: Liberal dogma.):

"An underclass has existed throughout history...

"Its spasmodic outbreaks of violence, especially in the early 19th century, frightened the ruling classes.

"Its frustrations and passions were kept at bay by force and draconian legal sanctions."

We can now expect more force and draconian legal sanctions.

We can expect public sympathy to be on the side of law and order.

On 22 July 2011, not far from London, General Petraeus met Brigadier Simon Wolsey, commander of the British Army's 2 (South East) Brigade. Brig Wolsey worked at the Pentagon from 2006 to 2008. (General Petraeus tours Dover war tunnels) Also on 22 July 2011, Petraeus met US Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy Barry Richard McCaffrey. Petraeus was also in the UK in March 2011.

The police seemed to let the London riots happen.

'White boys ripped off the shutters, then a group of around eight or nine children went in and stole the day’s takings...

'All the time the police were about 15 yards away, just watching.'

So where WERE the police? Shopkeepers mystified at tactics that left them defenceless

"The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning 'regime change' for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned."

(America's secret backing for rebel leaders.)

Michael Ruppert tells us who is behind the riots.

The UK's General Frank Kitson developed the idea of the 'pseudo gang'. (General Frank Kitson: Trail Blazing Fake Terrorism)

The pseudo gang works for the military but pretends to be a bunch of rioters or terrorists.

The idea of the 'pseudo gang' is to attack innocent civilians and then blame the attacks on the people that the military wants to discredit.

1998 - the CIA reportedly wanted regime change. The riots in Jakarta targeted certain Chinese-Indonesians. The riots were designed to discredit the student protestors and the poor. The 'rich corrupt' military were able to remain in power.

In August 2011 - we have Riots in London and the UK.

This reminds us of:

May 1998 - when there were Riots in Jakarta, reportedly organised by elements of the military, reportedly trained by the USA.

There may be no strong connection, but there are possible similarities.

White 'rioter' in Hackney, London, 8 August 2011. Part of a psy-op?

In May 1998 it was believed that the economy of Indonesia had been undermined by hidden forces, such as George Soros.

The stock market had plummeted.

Banks had collapsed.

The Jakarta riots were sparked by uniformed men shooting dead four students.

(On 8th August 2011 we learn that in the London Tottenham riot: the Bullet fired at a police officer 'belonged to the police'. The riots in London started after the shooting of Mark Duggan by the police.)

CIA boss General David Petraeus was in London in March 2011.

The riots of May 13-14

On the 13th of May there were reports of rioting in the area around Trisakti University in Jakarta.

President Suharto was attending a conference in Egypt and the military top brass went off to Malang in East Java to attend a ceremony.

(BBC News - London riots: David Cameron on holiday / Tottenham riot: top police officer flew off on holiday.)


On the 14th of May, serious rioting took place in the Jakarta area.

There were no signs of any uniformed soldiers on the streets.

(London riots 2011: 'lack of police on streets'.)


Over 1,000 people died during these Jakarta riots, most having been burnt in malls and supermarkets but some having been shot or beaten.

British Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to London on 4 May 2011

Alleged involvement of the military in planning the riots

Father Sandyawan Sumardi, a 40-year-old Jesuit priest and son of a police chief, led an independent investigation into the events of May 1998.

As a member of the Team of Volunteers for Humanitarian Causes he interviewed people who had witnessed the alleged involvement of the military in organising the riots and rapes.

(The Riot Pattern in Jakarta and Surroundings. ( http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/98/0626/nat_6_indoriots.html)

A security officer alleged that Kopassus (special forces) officers had ordered the burning down of a bank.

A taxi driver reported hearing a man in a military helicopter encouraging people on the ground to carry out looting.

Shop-owners at a Plaza claimed that, before the riots, military officers tried to extract protection money.

A teenager claimed he and thousands of others had been trained as protesters.


A street child alleged that Kopassus (US trained special forces) officers ordered him and and his friends to become rioters.

There was a report of soldiers being dressed up as students and then taking part in rioting.

Eyewitnesses spoke of muscular men with short haircuts arriving in military-style trucks and directing attacks on Chinese homes and businesses.

There were reports of children being encouraged to enter malls and then of the malls being set on fire.

There were allegations that muscular men with short haircuts had gang-raped little Chinese girls and then murdered some of them.

David Cameron is to expect regime change? Or increases in the power of the police and military?

In Tottenham in London, the local Member of Parliament, David Lammy, has blamed people from outside the area for causing the riots.

The Daily Mail referred to unconfirmed reports that suggest a group of around 150 youths arrived in the north London suburb of Tottenham from 4 p.m.

Igor Gois, a Brixton resident and deputy manager at neighbouring Phones4u, said: "The police are saying that it is the youths that are doing this. But it’s not; it’s big men." (Streatham traders speak of riot drama)

"Rioters were left virtually unchallenged in several neighborhoods and able to plunder from stores at will or attempt to invade homes." (Britain burns: Riots spread through UK cities)

"This kind of behavior makes the police look like the good guys, which is why agent provocateurs are routinely used to stage such violence at major summits.

"That’s not to say some of the chaos isn’t driven by genuine grievances over police brutality and poverty, but the majority of the violence is being committed by mindless teenage thugs who have let themselves be molded by Britain’s broken society into Clockwork Orange-style droogs." (Prison Planet.)

"Residents questioned why no police officers were available to combat rampant looting as thieves methodically cleared stores...

"The most senior officer in Haringey left to go on holiday just hours before rioting began on Saturday.

"Detective Chief Superintendent Sandra Looby jetted off to Florida despite warnings the police shooting of Mark Duggan could spark violence...

"In the busy shopping street of Green Street, in Forest Hill, there were reports that 400 young Asian men had chased off up to 150 rioters...

"Residents in Clapham, Croydon, Peckham and Hackney complained at the absence of police officers during the worst confrontations...

"In Clapham, Owen MacCarthy, 28, a bank worker, said: 'We've been here for an hour and half and we haven't seen a single police officer." (Scotland Yard braced for backlash over 'lack of police on streets )


Orchestrated riots.

http://arthurzbygniew.blogspot.com/ commented as follows:

The London riots were orchestrated by outsiders ...

Croydon MP, Gavin Barwell, said: "I have spoken to well into double figures of people who saw people with walkie-talkies and radios directing people around."

Andrew Gilligan in The Telegraph writes:

"There appeared to be two kinds of riots.

"The first was heavily orchestrated ... with rioters travelling long distances at short notice to take part.

"Some local opportunists then joined in. ..."


On 22 July 2011, in Kent, General Petraeus met Brigadier Simon Wolsey, commander of the British Army's 2 (South East) Brigade. Brig Wolsey worked at the Pentagon from 2006 to 2008. (General Petraeus tours Dover war tunnels) Also on 22 July 2011, Petraeus met US Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy Barry Richard McCaffrey. Petraeus was also in the UK in March 2011.

In The Telegraph, on 21 August 2011, Andrew Gilligan relates:

1. Almost none of those charged with rioting in Ealing, Clapham Junction, Enfield and other places comes from the immediate area, court data shows.

Home addresses given by defendants show rioters travelled to London from such places as Tilbury, Maidstone and Winchester.

2. Croydon had rioters from Maidstone, Kent and Cliffe, near Rochester.

The town also offers the clearest evidence of orchestration.

The acting borough police commander, Detective Superintendent Jo Oakley, said that "some [rioters] were minibused in".

The local MP, Gavin Barwell, said: "I have spoken to well into double figures of people who saw people with walkie-talkies and radios directing people around."

Witnesses to the Croydon riot supported these accounts.

3. Saber Ahmadi, 26, working at Pizza GoGo in London Road on the night of the riots, described the looting as a highly organised operation.

"A white van came down Hathaway Road and parked on the corner," he said. "Ten people came out of the van. They had hammers, crow bars and wire cutters. Two or three cars also turned up."

Mr Ahmadi said: "There were a lot of teenagers, maybe 14, 15, 16 years old. But they had a leader who was telling them [what] to take."

He said the ring leader was "a massive guy" who was driving the van.

Reportedly, the American-trained Indonesian military orchestrated the riots in Jakarta in 1998. The CIA chief visited Jakarta not long before the riots.

4. Other witnesses described "two or three co-ordinators" who were standing in the middle of the street dictating which shops the looters should hit. From about 7.30pm until 1am, Dr Kannappar Jeyanthan stood outside his friend's grocery shop as about 300 looters went on the rampage on London Road.

"People came with cars and parked on the side streets," he said. "Then in amongst the crowds you could see a couple of people organising it, instructing people which shops to do. Everything was pre-planned."

5. Mahbub Bhatti, vice president of the local residents' association, said: "People came in with vans, loaded them up and drove off. They would be back again within half an hour for more."

Peter Truman, a local journalist, said: "I certainly saw older kids directing younger kids. There were a load of kids on their phones taking directions."

6. A council spokesman said that an apparently orchestrated attempt to attack shops in Croydon the previous night, Sunday, had been foiled by police.

"A convoy of about seven cars came in, with about 30 people," he said. "The police managed to repel that quite successfully and made a number of arrests then."

7. The local council leader, Mike Fisher, said he believed that perhaps the single most significant fire in London, which destroyed the historic Reeves furniture store, was started as a diversion to give looters time to raid their main targets.

aangirfan: UK RIOTS - INSIDE JOB?



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aferrismoon said...

.......but don't worry we'll still be having the Olympics, coz that's the only thing that matters, as well as the start of the Premier League.

I think the focus on the Oly Games going ahead is an indicator of what certain people feel is important for the country.
Londoners had to apy an extra tax to pay for the Games did they not.

Musings: wonder if anyone from the CRim. fraternity had associates in the Police Force who were perhaps able to relate where the police were so 'looters' could steal a whole lot of goods.

We only see the shops and kids with trainers but that doesn't mean other stuff hasn't been robbed, worth far more - jewellry, safes, wages, electronics.

As this is civil unrest will there be any insurance payouts?

Certain properties now burnt down leave the way for redevelopment - yummy grants and projects.

Doubtless Mr. Gadaffi will see some irony in these riots.

People now protecting their own areas due to lack of police. Seen a few pics and most were 'pakis'thus 'moslems'. Perhaps they were wary of something more sinister going down if they didn't protect themselves - perhaps thinking back to all the 'anti-immigrant' talk after Breivik.


cannibalrabbi said...

"Where my NIGGERS at"?


You're a tool dude.

Carry on censoring, msm boy!

Michael Rivero said...

This is absurd! Do you think people who are happy and have a good life just start burning buildings when a tweet arrives? Nonsense! The social media is just communication and the police shooting incident merely the spark. What you are seeing across Britain is the anger built up from years of official policy that favored bankers over the people.

hirundine said...

Get them all liquored up, first; or drugs maybe both? The feed a steady diet of apocalyptic music video games and general resentment against society. Then send in bully boys in black hoodys to direct the mayhem. The way it is spreading like, brushfire.Now gives authority all the reason it needs to install more surveillance and take away people's rights. All funded; courtesy of tax-payer!

Lotsa' overtime boys! Keep 'em rioting and the missus will like the bonuses.

Eventually, they'll tag most of the stupid miscreants, but the others will be waiting for the next gig.

Blammo said...

I have to tell you, I think it's a point of pride that we have so successfully integrated the mentally impaired into our society. They exhibit a semblance of literacy, they're free to go online and interact with normal people, it's almost like they have real lives.

Good on you, Cannibal Rabbi, good on you...

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UK Police told to 'stand down' during riots

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