Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Police Torture political prisoner

Crushing Resistance

By Mister Fox

On 18 November 2008 a copy of a supposed BNP members list was published on the internet.

This begun a train of events that might later be seen as one of history’s turning points. It revealed to a trusting public what the authorities are really like. These decent people who are supposed to be looking after our interests now stand exposed as totalitarians who will do anything however oppressive and tyrannical to silence dissent.

Innocent members of the public will be surprised at how oppressed the British people are unless they remain quiescent and only do permitted activities like watch telly, support sports teams and go to bars. If they dare speak out or campaign against certain injustices they will be persecuted and even brutalised.

There are many in this country who sincerely believe in freedom and democracy and while they thought they occupied the moral high ground condemning racism by whites a totalitarian, undemocratic structure was being created to oppress whites. (1)

Did they ever think that in the home of Democracy and the Mother of Parliaments - Rule of Law and representative Democracy, the police would torture a political prisoner?

There was even incitement to violence from the established media. On 20/11/2008 Mirror columnist Brian Reade wrote in mock-worried tones: “Let's hope black radical groups don't get hold of those BNP members.” He ironically claimed: “I'm worried about the 12,000 BNP members whose names and addresses have been leaked on the internet. I pray their details don't fall into the hands of any of those black radical groups known to take a very dim view of white neo-Nazis. It would be truly awful if anything nasty happened to these nice people wouldn't it?

Pensioners have had their property vandalised and received threatening phone calls after they were mistakenly targeted as BNP members. This has been occurring across the country. In Cheltenham widow Natalia Colthurst received six threatening calls, in which she was asked her name and why she supports the BNP. The caller warned "we know where you live".

The 72-year-old, who lives in Whaddon Road, was advised by bereavement councillors to join social groups when her husband died in 2006. The former language teacher said after two BNP meetings early last year, she and her elderly friend realised it wasn't for them and broke with the party.

The house of George and June Papps Lysons Avenue, Gloucester, was vandalised, with graffiti saying BNP Scum scrawled on a wall. The couple, aged 79 and 77, are both recovering from cancer and said they were singled-out because their son, who has moved away, is a member. (2)

Another shock for trusting members of the public is the police torturing a political prisoner. Merseyside police tortured one of 13 BNP activists they arrested to take his fingerprints and DNA to add him to national Database.

The victim explains: “They then somehow applied a tremendous pressure behind my ears, inflicting great pain. They then pulled my head back so far that my windpipe was restricted, and while I was gasping for air, applied pressure to the front of my neck as well,” he said. Nearly collapsing from the pain and lack of oxygen, he was then unable to prevent the policemen from taking his fingerprints. This caused a deep gash in his forehead.

Next they grabbed hold of my nose, and once again somehow applied the most penetrating pressure to the back of my neck, forcing my mouth open to take a DNA swab,” he continued. The episode lasted at least a quarter of an hour, and the victim was left shaken and in pain. Photographs taken shortly afterwards clearly showed bleeding from wounds sustained behind both his ears. They applied some kind of pressure to his arms and his side, once again leaving considerable bruising, evidenced again by photographs taken shortly after his release.

This similar to how the Americans torture political prisoners at Guantanamo Bay (3):
The military police inflicted so much pain, Mr Aamer said he thought he was going to die. The MPs pressed on pressure points all over his body: his temples, just under his jawline, in the hollow beneath his ears. They choked him. They bent his nose so hard he thought it would break.”

Here is a technical analysis of what they did to him: they were applying pressure to the transverse processes of the first cervical vertebra. It's taught as a pressure point in both Karate and Ju-jitsu, either to strike at, or press, to break a grip or grapple.

You may cause the atlanto-occipital joint to cavitate by doing this which is like cracking the knuckles, except that this done at the base of the skull and it will probably frighten anyone who doesn't understand what is going on. They might think their neck has been broken!
They then pulled my head back so far that my windpipe was restricted, and while I was gasping for air, applied pressure to the front of my neck as well,” he said. Nearly collapsing from the pain and lack of oxygen. He was then unable to prevent the policemen from taking his fingerprints.

Pulling the head back forcefully can and will break the neck. You will either die very quickly or become parplegic and confined to a wheelchair for life or tetraplegic like Christopher Reeve, depending on the location of the fracture and how far any bone fragments from the vertical lamina enter the spinal cord itself. Attacking the trachea in the manner described can also be fatal, but a fatality is more likely to occur from a violent blow rather than pressure. It's not so much the collapse of the trachea but disruption to the baro receptors located at the bifurcation of the carotid artery. These control blood pressure to the brain, and if sufficiently traumatised can shut off blood supply to the brain permanently.

Next they grabbed hold of my nose, and once again somehow applied the most penetrating pressure to the back of my neck, forcing my mouth open to take a DNA swab,
Again, very dangerous, but depends exactly on where the pressure is applied, but a broken neck or avulsion of the dens could occur. The dens is a little bit of bone about the size of the last phalange of your little finger that acts as a pivot for the heads rotation. It is sometimes avulsed or pulled off in whiplash victims. It sits just posterior to the brain stem, in the area where breathing is regulated, so you don't want a broken dens shoved through that particular area!”

This action from a Police officer can only be justified in a desperate one on one brawl with a bigger and stronger opponent, but is not appropriate for a custody suite. Either the Police have a lack of understanding of the potential dangers of their action, in which case their training needs to be revised or they were deliberately reckless. It's not unheard of for people to die in Police custody, and this shows why.

This started when Liverpool’s political police arrested thirteen BNP members on Saturday the 22nd of November for distributing "Racism Cuts Both Ways" leaflets which is not illegal! They also ransacked their homes. Police refused to tell friends and relatives when they would be released. The men were interviewed under caution under section 19 of the Public Order Act. There is more to this than meets the eye and is the start of a co-ordinated policy of harassment across the country.(4)

There were a lot more out leafleting than thirteen but the police only arrested the people who had the "Racism cuts both ways leaflet" at that precise moment. Those at St. Annes Street police station were released between one and two in the morning. As their colleagues had not been released from other stations they went in Convoy to Wavertree Police station the area which is akin to Pakistanistan.

Outside Wavertree police station there was one of those caught on camera yellow police vans watching them whilst cars full of Asians racing up and down Wavertree Road at speed beeping their horns shouting obscenities at us while the police did nothing. It is illegal to beep a horn after 11pm at night.

Furthermore, Police at the Wavertree Road Police station have asked that all British National Party activists refrain from displaying British Flags as it is likely to cause “offence” to the ethnics in the area. They have advised that the display of the St. George cross and Welsh flags Cross of St. David & Welsh Dragon, in particular would give offence!

A victim related: "I was arrested, first time ever (I never even ever had a detention in school). The police were awful to us, they did nothing but lie and treat us like rubbish. They made a 64 year old sleep on a wood bench, denied an elderly chap with medical problems his medication saying "You will be alright till tomorrow". Supporters from around the country arrived and demonstrated outside the stations, but as they left the city they were stopped and harassed by the police. If you want to know how low the police have sunk one of those arrested was wearing his regimental blazer and medals! They intend to take Merseyside police to law for unlawful imprisonment.

An apposite comparison for the BNP is with the Tolpuddle Martyrs and the oppression they were subjected to by the Regime of the time - it bears close comparison with the tyrannical behavior of Merseyside police. The Tolpuddle Martyrs "crime" was to try to start an organisation to represent their interests against a class bent on their ruin. (5)

This applies to the BNP. The leaflet the “elites” want to suppress argues for parity in the consideration of racist attacks on innocent people. There are manifold explicitly racist crimes committed by ethnics on the indigenous population, encouraged by the victim complex which has been instilled in them by the state which stirs them up by relentlessly blaming whites for the slave trade, the Empire and even portrays “racism” as an exclusively white phenomenon.

The most evil example was Kris Donald which was kept quiet by the media for years, an attack of which there is no white on black equivalent and which is far more brutal than the murder of Steven Lawrence, which has never been proved to have been a racist attack. (6)

Unprovoked Racist attacks by ethnic minorities on indigenous Britons are commonplace and the urban indigenous population know this as a simple fact.

The bias in the law is perverse and unjust. The sovereignty of Parliament rests on its own resistance to laws it considered immoral during the Civil War, from this precedent not only are all Britons entitled to resist laws which are unjust but they are duty bound to do so in the defense of liberty, freedom and the sovereignty of the British people. Even to the extent of armed resistance in the last resort.

The common perception of dissident groups is that the Establishment is knowingly evil and corrupt. The alternative explanation is that the core beliefs of the Establishment mean that their actions have an internal logic and appear to be virtuous by their own standards. For example if you accept that racism is the supreme evil as the Establishment does, then is persecuting racists is a noble and necessary activity? No, because those negatively labelled “racists” are not harming anyone but being pushed out of their communities and denied employment as cheap labour is imported and they are trying to defend themselves.

The establishments descent into tyranny and persecution is a symptom of an ideology in its death throes where it exponentially multiplies internal contradictions and becomes irrational and fossilises into simplistic dogma. We saw similar phenomenon in the the final stages of fascism and communism. Of course we have to allow for our own pre-conceptions and the distorting effect of our own beliefs when assessing the morality of the Establishment's actions. Even then it is clear that they are becoming increasingly aggressive and totalitarian as their values are been shown to be false. But as they are persecuting people they are culpable not misguided.

Our authorities are effectively in cahoots with Muslims against us. The BNP may well have intolerant elements but that is far preferable to a government which is undoubtedly both and also genocidal and incompetent. People are led to believe that the establishment are decent people. I think they are thoroughly evil while pretending to be good with the media propagandising to us that they are good. They are far more evil than the BNP leaders who were more naive than wicked in their wild pronouncements.

(1) http://www.mirror.co.uk/most-popular/200....15875-20909334/

(2) http://www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/c....il/article.html

(3) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guantanamo_Bay_detention_camp

(4) http://www.bnp.org.uk/thumbs/Racism_Cuts_Both_Ways.pdf

(5) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tolpuddle_Martyrs

(6) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kriss_Donald

Groups concerned with liberties and rights

Statewatch : http://www.statewatch.org/

Civitas: http://www.civitas.org.uk/


Anonymous said...

What can we expect from what is a Marxist Government?
A Chancellor of Britain a sworn Marxist!

When this author read Darling’s comments, I found it difficult to understand why someone would even join the Labour Party in 1977.

I wrote that “This was a year during which Labour was in coalition with the Liberals and imposing IMF-dictated austerity measures that met with fierce resistance from the working class, and ended with the 1979 ‘Winter of Discontent’ and the election of the Conservatives.” (See “Alistair Darling and the implosion of the Labour government”)

Millions of working people were bitterly angry towards the Labour government and had turned against it. And within the party, there was a move by Labour’s left wing against its right wing that saw the election of Michael Foot as leader, and the adoption of the Alternative Economic Strategy as party policy. Over the next years there was a period of ideological and political warfare in the party that eventually proved to be a last gasp for social democratic reformism and ended with the triumph of the right wing. I thought, how could Darling not be involved in this?

As it turns out, Darling was intimately involved. Like so many others, he is in fact someone who has traversed the political spectrum from left to right to end up as a loyal supporter of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

According to informed sources, his early years were not spent as the apolitical young man he professed, but as a member of the International Marxist Group, then the British section of the United Secretariat of the Fourth International. He must also presumably have stood in the Students Union as an IMG member and joined the Labour Party in 1977 while either still a member or under the IMG’s political influence. Certainly in the early 1980s he was still on the left of the Labour Party.

The satirical magazine Private Eye was almost alone in responding to Darling’s dissembling, by drawing attention to a March 10 column in the Daily Record by the former Labour MP and now leader of Respect Renewal, George Galloway.

Galloway, who is sympathetic to the Stalinist Communist Party of Britain, has no love lost for any of the various middle class radical groups which he always refers to as “Trots,” even though many work with him politically. Neither has he forgotten how he was forced out of the Labour Party by Blair and Brown. Therefore he was not averse—and clearly took some pleasure in—trying to cause Darling some political embarrassment when he recounted his first meeting with Darling.

“When I first met him 35 years ago,” Galloway states, “Darling was pressing Trotskyite tracts on bewildered railwaymen at Waverley Station in Edinburgh. He was a supporter of the International Marxist Group, whose publication was entitled the Black Dwarf.

“Later, in preparation for his current role he became the treasurer of what was always termed the rebel Lothian Regional Council.”

Galloway continues, “Red Ally and his friends around the Black Dwarf were for a time a colourful part of the Scottish left. The late Ron Brown, Red Ronnie as he was known, was Alistair’s bosom buddy. He was thrown out of Parliament for placing a placard saying hands off Lothian Region on Mrs Thatcher’s despatch box while she was addressing the House. And Darling loved it at the time.”

Galloway also states how “The former Scottish trade union leader Bill Speirs and I were dispatched by the Scottish Labour Party to try and talk Alistair Darling down from the ledge of this kamikaze strategy…”

Clearly, in the long-run at least, Galloway and Speirs must have been persuasive as to the merits of collaboration rather than confrontation with Labour’s leadership.

Naturally the Guardian would also have been well aware of Darling’s past, but chose not to raise it and instead allowed him to present himself as a somewhat pragmatic liberal. Its only acknowledgement of its “error” came the following week in the form of an aside in the blog of political editor Michael White in which he stated that “Alistair Darling doesn’t do red meat politics, though—as Private Eye pointed out this week—he did have a Trot phase in his political youth as a turbulent member of Lothian regional council, defying Margaret Thatcher’s calls to cap the rates.”

Aside from this brief passage, and a side-swipe from arch Tory Peter Hitchens in the Daily Mail, the story then died the proverbial death.

This is extraordinary. If what is said about Darling is true, we have someone who was once a member of a supposedly Marxist and even Trotskyist group who has held five ministerial posts and is today Chancellor of the Exchequer, the second most powerful position in British political life. Yet not only is this not considered as an obstacle to holding such high office, it is not even mentioned by anyone in the media—other than a few disgruntled political mavericks like Galloway.

Such silence in the media can only be explained by the fact that no one within ruling circles wants to politically embarrass Darling, because he is such a key figure in government. It must also be surmised that the security services, who will have vetted Darling long ago, must have determined that no issue should be made of his youthful excesses. It is, at the same time, an indication of how the IMG itself was viewed by the security services.


More Commies in our Parliament than that of Moscow...

Anonymous said...

Some understanding here.



Anonymous said...

Off topic, but the domain www.searchlightexposed.com (which had an excellent website) has just expired. Shouldn't someone claim it before Searchlight does?

Anonymous said...

what they said.


celticlion said...

I was tortured by Cheshire Police at Crewe, I gather it was pretty routine. They knew I was a diabetic so locked me in a cell and refused me food until I was going unconscious. They would only allow me out the police station to get food if I signed a release form they would not let me see. I refused they refused me food. As I only had a short while before I went into a coma, i eventually signed.

The words of the custody officer were he would let me die in the cell if I didn't sign.

I got the form back 3 weeks later it was a custody record filled in with details of an arrest that never happen. Be aware of that one. The police don't have to arrest you in reality, they can get you to a station, torture you for a signature. This also means you don't get a solicitor. A solicitor may sign your custody record so it looks like you have had legal representation. But he may be a duty solicitor who works with the police. He can claim money for seeing you from legal aid, when he hasn't.

I was advised by others people who had been in Crewe police station that the same team used other techniques. Mattressing. When in your cell, lights turned out to leave you in pitch black, officers burst in shining a bright light in your face to blind you. Another thin mattress thrown on you, the officers sit on it bouncing up and down, eventually as you can't breathe in all the air is removed from your lungs and you start to asphixiate. Of course the mattress means there are no marks left on your body.

These people are not very nice. Solicitors wont help and the courts don't want to acknowledge the police use these methods so it is all get quiet. When I tried to stand up to them, Cheshire police sent a Seargeant around to more or less tell me I was going to be killed if I pursued the matter. As Cheshire was no longer safe I had to move.