The London Olympics and the Social Crisis
By Chris Marsden - 4 August 2012
London appears like a city under occupation. The global elite have descended on London to party and do business deals, and the city has been handed over to them as a virtual fiefdom. It is London’s residents — those who will foot the bill for the games even as their lives are blighted by hardship, poverty and unemployment — rather than Islamic fundamentalists whom the oligarchy considers to be a threat...The government and the state forces have determined that the lower orders will be kept away from the proceedings and there will be no political protest or incident involving a VIP to sully the capital’s reputation as a financial and commercial centre.