Street Democracy writes:
We’re being ‘forcibly severed’ from main stream opinion, all political avenues and society to stand in splendid isolation.
We watch a ‘ferocious silencing’ of voice and reason to satisfy ruling elites whose fanatic commitment towards making vindictive policies of oppression to disempower us.
Protesters met with frownful scorn, by a militarised policing who seem, frantically enraged by the protesters presence to critique and peacefully demonstrate their civil rights.
Our political and corporate superiors however, fear this and is the reason why are police are militarised, in order to annihilate ordinary strength met within the streets of democracy.
We are convulsed by indescribable frustration as we listen to the Tory elites intellect of pure ‘sounds of insanity’ aswell as a sense of ravenous fear of the public. So they hide behind an ever impending police state.
Displayed as evil in print, policies to deliberately herd and suppress, forces protesters into uniting as innately decent people should against tyrants.
Yet, this is deemed criminal, by over zealous police dressed for civil war, people have to be brave now to protest.
We’re met by a commanding language of force by a fierce presentation, expedition and an evil confrontation, while our voices and point of being are taken over with self-protection of police brutality.
It is a forced intimacy of unapologetic methods to destroy critical thinking with fear. A warrantless invasion into the lives with a legal mass rampage to destroy people power in one hit.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
Now read Morning Star:
Mass arrests and violence reported as police respond to first demonstrations against the new government
POLICE violence and mass arrests marked the first weekend of the new Tory government as thousands of young people took to the streets to voice their anger over further austerity measures.
Despite having been called just days before Thursday’s elections, the Fuck the Tory Government protest saw over 2,000 people march on Downing Street.
But the peaceful protest turned sour when, after three hours of causing havoc with central London’s traffic, protesters and police clashed on Whitehall in scenes reminiscent of the 2010 student movement.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that 15 people had been arrested, with several protesters reporting excessive use of violence by the police.
LSE student Daphne Wikken said: “I have never experienced such extreme force of police violence. “My legs are bruised everywhere and I cut my arm.
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