British Protests and British Tactics

The British media say: “The British teachers staged the biggest school strikes since the 1980s over a plan for reforming public sector pensions. In Wales, around 40,000 public sector workers joined the strike. An estimated 1,000 Welsh schools closed, and dozens of government buildings and services were also shut. More than 11,100 schools in Britain closed or cancelled lessons, forcing parents to stay at home or make other arrangements for their children. Thousands of parents were forced to take a day off work with nearly 6,000 schools closed and 5,000 partially closed. In total, half of schools were affected. The forecast that the cost of paying pensions to 6 million public sector workers will fall by £67bn over the next 50 years undermined David Cameron’s claim earlier this week that the system could “go broke” if it is not reformed. More than 2 million pupils missed classes as a group of four breakaway unions staged the first mass strikes against the coalition’s austerity plans.”


The British media added: “Thursday’s 24-hour walkout by teachers, lecturers and civil servants over plans to overhaul public sector pensions should serve as a “wake-up call” for the government, said the leader of the Public and Commercial Services union. Mark Serwotka warned that the unions were determined to keep protesting until ministers change those plans. He said the strike was the “best we have seen for 10 years”. The threat of further and more widespread industrial action loomed after thousands took part in a huge rally in central London, with others staged in towns and cities around the country.” And a Brit says: “it should be a real wake up call for government and show them that people are not going to be just pushed into a corner, but they will fight these divisive politicians and their partisan media cronies every step of the way” In fact, Britain and British politicians are expert in “divide and rule” tactic. They try to divide the protesters in different groups with different interests. If the British students, the British doctors, the British workers, etc can unite to form a united front for protesting against the corrupt politicians and their dreadful policies, then their problems -pension, tuition, NHS issues, etc – will be solved very soon. But the British media can successfully divide the protesters and pretend that they should fight against each other, not against the corrupt politicians, who are the main part of the problem.


The British protests are like the Greek and Spanish protests, but there is some meaningful difference between them. The British society is not like the Greek and Spanish society, that both experienced some sort of brutal dictatorship in 1960s and 1970s. The British society is the oldest Parliamentary democracy in the modern World. The Brits were the first nation that fought against Monarchy and could gain some considerable victory. The Brits were too conservative and tried to solve their problems in a long gradual process. Of course, a lot of their problems have not solved yet. But what they gained was stable. (Of course, in the recent decades, the speed of changes in Britain was very slow, and their traditional conservatism has converted to their main obstacle). The Greek and Spanish societies are “Young and New Democracy”. Of course, the ancient Greece was one of the first democracy in the world, but they were not stable democracy, like the UK and the US. The ancient Greek society was like the ancient Persian society, but the Greek/Roman governments were more modern and liberal than the ancient Persian Monarchy. It’s an undeniable fact. The same thing is true about the current situation in Iran and Greece. The Iranian society is at least as modern as the Greek society and Spanish society, and all of them have some sort of fake democracy; But the Islamic tyranny and the Islamists Rapists in Iran, are really a horrible nightmare for the Iranian society, and it’s one of the main difference between Iran and Greece or Spain.


The British government is not as stupid as Greek and Spanish governments, and try to make use of “divide and conquer” tactics. In fact, the British politicians are the greatest charlatans in the world and “the British Charlatanism” is a British legacy for the world world . In Britain, the British politicians try to prevent the people from uniting and protesting against the corrupt British politicians. They used the same tactics in the British Colonies, i.e. in America, India, Africa, etc . The British students, the British public workers, the British teachers, the British doctors, the British journalists, the British workers of the private sector, etc are among the British protesters, but they don’t unite with each other, and many of them hate the other groups. The British protesters blame each others, and it’s exactly what the British politicians want. The corrupt British system and it’s “divide and conquer” tactics can deceive the ordinary Brits and prevent them from seeing the roots of their problems. The corrupt British media, like the BBC and the Guardian, can deceive and control the ordinary Brits . In fact, the British bastards are master of hypocrisy and charlatanism, and both in internal affairs and foreign affairs, they use the same tactics. The Mullahs that are a British product of the British Mullah Makers, are a exact copy of the British politicians.


While Iranians experiences a medieval tyranny, with medieval rape, torture, and mass murder, the European society experiences a corrupt democracy, with corrupt politicians, corrupt media, and corrupt banks/corporations. The differences between the European ,American, and Iranian societies are not as big as what some stupid analysts say. The meaningful differences are the differences that many stupid
intellects/analysts can not see and understand them. The Iranian society is as modern as American and European society, with its own weak points, its special weak points
. The number and rate of the religious fanatics, the racists, the right-wing stupid bastards, the ignorant youths, the stupid teenagers, the fake intellects, the corrupt media, the corrupt journalists, the ultra-stupid believers in the conspiracy theories, etc, in the American and British society are amost equal to their number and rate in Iran. The number and rate of educated people, university students, educated girls, university-educated girls, liberal youths, open-minded youths, etc are equal in Iran, the US and the Europe. The governments of Iran, the US and the Europe are friends of each other and try to f-u-c-k the people. The educated and open-minded people in Iran, the US, the Europe, and many other parts of the world, that are a considerable population, are much more modern than their corrupt governments, so they should unite with each other and try to fight against the corrupt democracy, for building a better world and a better democracy. It’s possible. It’s really possible.

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