#FreeTommy: police ‘used undercover men to incite crowds’?

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This Saturday at the #FreeTommy rally, the atmosphere was tense. The police were marched out of Whitehall by an angry crowd, but are we being given the true story?

For example, the media is quick to label the crowd as thugs, but ignores why they were so angry. The police were literally knocking elderly people to the ground, pushing and manhandling the crowd with what seemed to be needless force.

Did they wish to provoke an incident so that they would have an excuse to beef up the police state?

In 2009, Liberal Democrat Tom Brake MP who attended the G20 protests accused the police of planting provocateurs to start riots.

“When I was in the middle of the crowd, two people came over to me and said, ‘There are people over there who we believe are policemen and who have been encouraging the crowd to throw things at the police,'” Brake said.

But when the crowd became suspicious of the men and accused them of being police officers, the pair approached the police line and passed through after showing some form of identification.

Did the police do likewise on Saturday? We struggle to believe they were simply maintaining the peace, as multiple witnesses claim to have heard Underground station announcements claiming the rally to be cancelled.

Do the police serve the British people, or so they receive their commands from the union of the Arab League and the EU, that has a parliament of the Mediterranean in Barcelona?

The body that has demanded we step up migration from Arabic countries. Did the facts Tommy highlighted inadvertently hinder their plan? Is that why he and his supporters face what seems like state efforts to silence us?

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