Bullen, Faschos, Paras, Scheisse!
Posted by entdinglichung - 12. Mai 2012
1.) Beim vorgestrigen Streiktag im öffentlichen Dienst in Britannien versuchten auch Faschos in Liverpool ihre Nützlichkeit gegenber der Bourgeoisie unter Beweis zu stellen und Streikposten anzugreifen (gefunden auf LibCom):
„Fascists in Liverpool have today continued with their anti-working class agenda by attempting to attack workers striking over pensions at a picket line in Bootle.
At around 15.30, five instantly recognisable boneheads from the Infidels of Britain, Combined Ex Forces, and the National Front arrived at the picket, directly outside the HMRC office. The immediately started pushing people, calling everyone present, ‘paedophiles’, ‘lesbians;, ‘traitors’, ‘communists’, and ‘work-shy cunts’.
Their presence was not a coincidence as they had been posting online earlier in the day that they would be turning up at the picket with the intention of targeting well-known local trade unionists.
A police CCTV unit has been present all day and called for more officers to arrive. One member of the Combined Ex Forces (Paul James) was arrested, as he refused to stop calling every single person on the picket, ‘paedophiles’. His acolytes were then sent on their way.“
2.) Wie nicht anders zu erwarten, haben die Chrysi Avgi-Nazis nach ihrem Wahlerfolg vom letzten Sonnabend Oberwasser bekommen und gehen teilweise alleine, teilweise mit den Bullen zusammen prügeln: letztendlich ist die Trennung zwischen Chrysi Avgi und griechischen Bullen vor dem Hintergrund, dass rund 50% von letzteren die Nazis wählten rein formal Natur
3.) Apropos Natur, im indischen Bundesstaat Chhattisgarh schätzt erstere offenbar die Central Reserve Police Force, welche dort zur Bekämpfung maoistischer Aufständischer eingesetzt wird, nicht besonders:
„At least 19 Indian paramilitary troops were swarmed and badly stung by bees while on a counter-insurgency operation against Maoist rebels in Chhattisgarh state.
The troops were clearing landmines in the dense forests of Narayanpur district when they were attacked.
Four of the soldiers were in „a real bad state“ with serious swelling on their faces and hands, police said.
Insects and reptiles pose a major problem for the security forces deployed against the Maoists in the forests of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa.
According to rough estimates, malaria and insects kill as many security personnel as die in combat against Maoist rebels.“