United Nations troops needed for the United Kingdom

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Wednesday, 10 August 2011

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London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and cities all over the dis-United Kingdom are burning.

LONDON, England: In scenes reminiscent of the Blitz, the populace of England are being terrorised by gangs of thugs. Norman Brennan the former British Transport Police officer and founder of the Victims of Crime Trust, has made this statement on national radio station, TALKsport, Tuesday 9th August 2011;

    "First the Home Secretary needs to resign, followed by all the heads of the Metropolitan Police and they need to be replaced by members of the Military. All Police within a 75 mile radius of London should be drafted into London, with Police Forces in outer regions covering for those Police numbers going into the capital. There needs to be 'snatch squads' available to take these thugs off the streets, with these thugs being shipped out of London as the Police cells fill up."

As this call has been ignored by the Politicians, who fiddle their expenses, while the Cities of Britain burn, as rioters loot shops, innocent victims are killed, businesses are wrecked... As this advice by Norman Brennan has been ignored, we call on the international community abroad to send in United Nations troops.

Britain is now a third world country, run by fourth rate Politicians. Please, all those who read this;

Send United Nations peace keeping forces to Britain urgently. This request is of most utmost importance. Britain has become a riot zone and the politicians are 'fiddling' their expenses again, while the Cities burn.

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