Wednesday, March 12, 2014


Bob Crow (above) was an enemy of the Establishment - both Labour and Conservative.

The Powers-That-Be wanted rid of him.

On 11 March 2014, Bob Crow died at the age of 52 of a suspected heart attack.

Crow was an outspoken critic of Tony Blair, who "squandered a massive landslide from an electorate hungry for change, poured billions of public pounds into private pockets and accelerated the growing gap between rich and poor"

Bob Crow was a left-wing trade union leader - General Secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT).

Bob Crow got higher wages for his members and the RMT's membership increased from around 57,000 in 2002 to more than 80,000 in 2008.

In 2002, Bob Crow was very badly beaten up in his own home by unknown masked attackers. 

He nearly died.

Police ruled out burglary as a motive and said the attack was was “premeditated”.

The police fitted a panic button in his home because he was “a target of further attacks.“

This attempt on his life happened just before Crow was elected RMT leader in 2002.

Police fitted panic button in RMT leader Bob Crow’s home because he was a ‘target’ - 11 Mar 2014 by Tom Pride

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Shhh! Don’t tell MI5 but here’s a Russian spy with his ‘good friend’ Boris Johnson

Tories desperately try to hide their close links to Putin and his United Russia Party

Boris Johnson can’t distance himself from Cameron. He’s family.


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Anonymous said...

The contradictory life of Comrade Bob: Loved by his members, loathed by the public. A bruiser with charm who lived in a council house while enjoying the high-life

Anonymous said...

There's Something Very Wrong with the Official Story About the Boston Bombings

Anonymous said...

Think bob crow was certainly bumped off,
007 licence to kill....

Anonymous said...

Yeah, he lived in a council house and earned an ungodly amount of money. The union members ought to be happy, though. He was about the only union boss that got things done.

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