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Britain's Gulag of State Terrorism

category international | rights, freedoms and repression | opinion/analysis author Thursday December 27, 2012 00:49author by BrianClarke - AllVoices Report this post to the editors

British Occupied Ireland

Police state measures reflect British current policy, in what is supposedly a peace process in British Occupied Ireland. Compromised civil liberties expanded secret service surveillance, eroded habeas corpus rights, formalized secret service tribunals, permitted psychological torture and internment without a transparent trial, all in the name of the terrorist narrative.

All of this continues while at the same time, the British Government itself is being exposed for its state terrorism of murdering human rights lawyers in British Occupied Ireland. Political prisoners like Marian Price and Martin Corey languish in Britain's gulag of human rights abuse and war crimes.

British State Terrorism
British State Terrorism

Police state measures reflect British current policy, in what is supposedly a peace process in British Occupied Ireland. Compromised civil liberties expanded secret service surveillance, eroded habeas corpus rights, formalized secret service tribunals, permitted psychological torture and internment without a transparent trial, all in the name of the terrorist narrative.

All of this continues while at the same time, the British Government itself is being exposed for its state terrorism of murdering human rights lawyers in British Occupied Ireland. Political prisoners like Marian Price and Martin Corey languish in Britain's gulag of human rights abuse and war crimes.

Political internment is a wartime act that does not belong in any pretext of a peace process. The Tory Government since coming to power have calculatedly set about dismantling peace in Ireland, by breaking its commitments item by item to the undertakings given and compromises made on both sides, in the interests of peace.

The truth is, that unlike eternal war, there simply is no money in peace, for the Tory British Government, heavily in debt to the election sponsorship of Britain's industrial war complex and the vested interests of an ever growing securocrat budget, rationalized on the contrived terrorist narrative.

The counter-insurgency laboratory of British Occupied Ireland, serving as a shop window for evolving British crowd control measures, techniques and equipment is a vital ingredient to a Tory led Britain, marketing its murder hardware of international war crimes, to former ex-colonies of its commonwealth and oil rich regime changed with covert invasions of international state terrorism.

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