Saturday, November 27, 2010

UK Police Brutality: Student's Hand is Scratched

I support the UK students against tuition fees 100%. I am fully aware of so much government wastage in so many other departments that I know the government plans for tuition fee rises  under the pretence of times of 'austerity' is just an excuse to continue with other government spendthrift squanders. A modern civilised society should be able to provide its citizens with free education. If it means dropping some of the ridiculous courses recently sprung up, like David Beckham studies for example, all well and good but tuition fees for tomorrow's doctors and engineers and scientists etc., definitely no.

Having said that above, I expect students to be knowledgeable citizens who are aware of what goes on around the world. In the footage shown below, some of UK's halfwits who have managed to enrol on a university course seem to be indifferent or unaware of they are being interviewed by Iranian state TV. Have they no idea what has happened to student protesters in Iran? Instead of ceasing the opportunity and telling the Iranian state TV reporter to fuck off and report on Iranian student protesters if he dares, one namby pamby cretin in the mob, shows his hand and complains about a superficial scratch he has received as a result of police brutality. Ahh! My heart bleeds for the pansy imbecile...



Below is a glimpse of what happens to Iranian students, attacked by a combination of elite units and professional thugs who are all armed to their teeth. Watch how the lifeless bodies of Iranian students beaten unconscious are dragged on the ground and piled on top of each other like dead meat. Scenes the Iranian state TV chooses not to report:



Picture comparison of a UK protester's scratched hand who is complaining to Iranian state TV and an Iranian protester:

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I knew Press TV would take on this sooner or later...best propaganda for Iranian Regime

Anonymous said...

Excellent post.True and very well said, Potkin.

Hi.

navid said...

most annoying part is that this was being shown live from the bbc. but the iranian press didn't show anything about the protest in iran!!

Waybec said...

Yeah anything Negative that Press TV can jump on regarding America, Israel or Britain, it's always the Top news item to be lapped up by the regime's propaganda machine as an example to hide their own ten-fold oppression, brutality and intolerance! Again, I don't say the West - it's policies and it's allies can always be justified, accepted and excused! But again, why is it that Press TV is quick to give an half hour debate ON British student unrest - with one commentator advocating 'anarchy' even to Yvonne Ridley's sell out ears. And yet when it comes to ever reporting on any Iranian student unrest - it's recent strikes - or even representing an alternative voice to Ahmandinejad's government for once, Press TV are sickeningly deafening by their silence! Of course Press TV will always broadcast the most moronic and self-serving foreigners to their cause. That's why they also constantly laugh up their sleeves when it comes to OFCOM too! "Oh, pretty please lovely Mr OFCOM. Please don't take away our religious P.C. rights and freedoms" even if we do blantantly abuse them ourselves - Support Hamas - Imprison tons of journalists - Crush the Greens and now let those lovely little fellows called the Gestapo Basij help run our news... "But hey - you can forgive us our human rights abuses and non-objective political views can't you? Yes, there now.. There's a nice little OFCOM..."

Anonymous said...

They don't see the criminal activities that they have shown during the Iranian demonstration, they are like a bird which puts its head under the snow and think no one sees them. in the UK there is democracy at least , no one was killed, in Iran demonstration I not allowed, news papers only those in government's favour are allowed, web sites the same..

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Reza said...

LOL. I like the student wearing the chafiyeh-like scarf.

Poktin, you were there during the Poll Tax riots and witnessed the brutality of the British police against unarmed civilians.

You were in London when Ian Tomlinson was killed by the British police during the G20 protests.

I hope you are not trying to suggest that events like Bloody Sunday didn't happen because they did.

expat jobs said...

Police brutality is not just in UK. Everywhere where there are police, greed and power always surfaces from these enforcers of law and makes them commit brutality. But in these case, I guess these students are just in the wrong place. This may look like a protest for the students but for the policemen, this is a battle they must win. For the police, the only thing they can handle these student-protesters is with the use of violence and they are enjoying hitting people, I guess. So, anarchy in the UK? I guess that won't work anymore!