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  • Writer's pictureBruce Lamb

Goon Dog Policing UK - Whose Behind It - ISD - Soros?

Updated: Sep 30, 2020

The Police Are Not What You Think They Are or Possibly Were. Things Change.

They Can No Longer Command Respect of The UK's Population of LAW Abiding Men and Women

They Protect Common Purpose Enlisted Agents. These Are Major Disruptive Forces of Evil that are protecting Satanic Symbolism without Question?

666 - The Mark of The Beast.

GMCA - A Satanic Controlled Council.

The Nephilim Managed Paedophile Rings & Bankers Have Enlisted Major Players in Police, Councils and private Corporations such as SERCO, G4S who get all the major contracts. A good read on this subject is the work of Gordon Bowden.

Cressida Dick, Met Police & Key Figures In Policing Throughout The UK & Local Government. Common Purpose Trained and Networked To Provide An Infrastructure Network of White Collar Criminals To Traffic Drugs, Children and Young Women.

Guarded by Uniforms and So Called Regulators.


Media Figures Employed To Deliver & Support The False Narrative - Lorraine Kelly Has Now Clearly Classified herself as That "Limited Thinking - False Narrative -Scottish Bint - On Telly ".. Well Done Lorraine - Stay A Detained Numpty Slave..

The Footage below is sensitive and has extracts of media, young girls being gassed when they are able to recognise their "Party Goer's" Similar to Andrew HRH Windsor and His Banking Buddies. Epstein and Staley.

I think Lorraine Kelly Maybe a part of this Celebrity Cabal Media Banking Triste?

The Grilling Never Took Place As The MPs and Westminster Are Compromised?

Politicians are Compromised or selected as they have weaknesses that will enable them to be leveraged. This is why they are selected for Westminster.

My MP Mike Kane we found out Voted Against Protecting Whistleblowers in Child Sex Abuse cases. He was the Shadow Schools secretary at the time?

What Has Been The Cost To So Many Lives and Tragedy To Families Where Children Have Gone Missing?

These are the times we live in and have to expose those who benefit from others suffering for our children's, grandchildren's and future families sakes.


Paedophile Protectors - Take On UK Civilians - Men Women With Batons - 19.9.20

19.9.20 - Left Hook - Right Baton - Switch..


Sit Down - Wait - See What Goon Dog Tactic Comes Next?

Goon Dogs - UNIDROIT -



Daniel Andrews has sold out Victoria to the Strong Cities Network (SCN) with PRIVATISED POLICE

Dig a little deeper and it becomes obvious as to what's happening in Victoria. Daniel Andrews has also sold out Victoria to the Strong Cities Network (SCN).

Institute For Strong Cities Dialogue? Interesting..

Minority Report & Thought Police - Tactics

Published: 13thAugust 2020 Authors: Carl Miller and Chloe Colliver

Research has gradually revealed the extent to which online manipulation has been weaponised to affect societies in almost every important way that society works: its politics and beliefs, its values and identities, the problems that society sees with itself, and the activism and mobilisations that thereby result as it tries to change itself. From the global reaches of geo-politics to the very local, from formal elections to struggles over culture, language and heritage, it has formed a kind of background hum to recent history.

Yet while almost everyone is touched in one way or another by online manipu­lation, only a tiny part of society has generally been involved in confronting it. It has largely been an invisible struggle: on the one side the practitioners of illicit campaigns, whose identities, interests and real agendas have mostly remained in the shadows; and on the other the defensive teams employed by the tech giants.

This document presents a vision for a pan-civil societal response to online manipulation. In part, it argues, this will come down to capability: building a pooled detection capacity to function as a transparent, public interest alter­native to those built by the tech giants. In part, it will require new organisational philosophies and forms of co-operation, and in part new approaches to funding and support. Overall, the vision tries to unite the sophistication and specialisa­tion that a scaled response can confer, with everything that makes civil society a crucial part of the solution: its diversity, capacity to connect with marginalised voices and communities, transparency and passionate support for the values, causes and issues that its members, supports and workers believe in and that online manipulation itself now threatens to undermine. Civil society is the only place where independent, cross-platform, comprehensive research on online manipulation can realistically take place in ways rooted by human experience and societal values. This document attempts to lay out what an ideal version of that work might look like.


What is Strong Cities Network? The privatisation of a Police Force governed by global NGO's. And Victoria is the only state in Australia to sign on.

Why do you think the Police at Melbourne's Freedom Day Rally acted like goons, were dressed in black and didn't have the Australian logo on their uniforms?

SCN is an initiative of London based think tank ISD.

Their mission statement is to "Power Solutions to Extremism and Polarisation"


Founded in 2006, ISD is now the leading global ‘think and do’ tank dedicated to understanding and innovating real-world responses to the rising tide of polarisation, hate and extremism of all forms.

We combine anthropological research, expertise in international extremist movements and an advanced digital analysis capability that tracks hate, disinformation and extremism online, with policy advisory support and training to governments and cities around the world. We also work to empower youth and community influencers internationally through our pioneering education, technology and communications programmes.

Innovating, trialling and scaling data-driven solutions across our unique networks of community influencers, city and government officials and tech sector partnerships, we work to mount a soft power strategy, proportional in influence and impact to the ever-more sophisticated, cross-border polarisation and recruitment machineries of state and non-state actors promulgating hate, division and conflict.


UK Foreign Office - Partner/ Funder?


This paper provides an update to March 2020 on the UK approach to the Protection of Civilians (PoC) in armed conflict situations. It builds on the UK’s PoC strategy paper published in 2010, and has been drafted following consultation with non-governmental organisations, civil society, academics and others. The update was written before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic but the key principles referred to in this document on adherence to International Humanitarian Law and international human rights laws are not affected.

What is ‘protection’?

In the context of armed conflict, the concept of protection encompasses all activities aimed at obtaining full respect for the rights of the individual in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the relevant bodies of law1 . In essence, the goal of protection is to improve the safety of civilians by limiting their exposure to violence, abuse, coercion, exploitation and deprivation and the threat thereof. Primary responsibility for the protection and assistance of civilians lies with states, who are obliged to protect, respect and fulfil the human rights of all persons within their jurisdiction, in accordance with the standards of national and international law.

What is the concept of PoC in armed conflict?

In armed conflict, civilians face a mixture of direct and indirect threats to their lives, safety and wellbeing. Nevertheless, international humanitarian law (IHL, also known as the law of armed conflict) outlines the limits and ‘rules’ of war, aiming to balance military considerations against humanitarian requirements.

When States and other parties to conflict fail to comply with IHL, refugee and human rights law and other protective law, the direct consequences for civilians include death, injury, sexual and gender-based violence, violence against children, torture, displacement, unlawful detention, family separation, loss of livelihoods, interrupted access to basic services, and psychological harm.

Disregard for international law and the humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, independence and neutrality exacerbates conflict and undermines global stability. The UK’s National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review (2015) recognised that our long-term security and prosperity depend on the rules-based international order upholding our values.

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