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Monday, 30 March 2015

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UN Peace Keeping Troops to be used on London's Streets.

London, England: Following the sacking of Jeremy Clarkson and the postponement of Top Gear, threats of a serious nature from overseas have been made against BBC Director General. Whilst an overseas email threatening the BBC Director General has resulted in a thousands of pounds a day security bill for the BBC License Fee Payers, there is now good reason to believe Martial Law will be declared in the streets of the Capital.

Whilst the BBC's head of security made an urgent appeal on the 25th March 2015, for former Special Forces personnel to take part in the security operation, to protect the BBC Director General, this appears to be not enough.

A ring of steel, including an iron curtain and concrete blocks in many inner London roads, plus tanks on the streets are now being planned. The will be the precursor to martial law in the capital.

Parliament has been dissolved under the pretext of a General Election, but during the Election Campaigning, Martial Law will be declared, thus preventing an Election.

Upon which the Generals will be in charge, whilst the furor of the sacking of Jeremy Clarkson's sacking from the BBC, calms down in the years to come. Martial Law against Top Gear protests, will be a long drawn out process and will take at least 10 years to subdue, at the earliest.

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