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A 30 man squad of crack trained Chinese paramilitary cops will today march through the streets of San Francisco, policing the one and only US stop on the Olympic torch relay, and tackling any American protesters who get in their way.

 

The news follows revelations that the London and Paris Olympic torch relay stops were policed by an elite "Flame Protection Unit", hand picked from special police units of the People's Armed Police, China's internal security force.

 

The so called "Flame attendants" are usually responsible for fighting unrest and maintaining internal stability in China. Tens of thousands of the "Wujing," as the People's Armed Police are called in Chinese, recently took part in crackdowns against demonstrators in Tibet and neighboring regions.

 

The blue-suited goons were seen physically assaulting demonstrators and even Olympic officials and the torch bearers themselves.

 

Those present at the demonstrations have told reporters that the paramilitaries seemed to believe they have superiority over domestic police forces and were essentially running the show.

 

The British government has refused to comment on who authorized these hired thugs to have free reign over the streets of London, including Downing Street, despite questions from the opposition party.

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Originally posted by demelzadoe:

The British government has refused to comment on who authorized these hired thugs to have free reign over the streets of London, including Downing Street, despite questions from the opposition party.

Seems that every Tom, Mohammed and Wu can do whatever they want on our streets. Actually maybe we should have invited them to stay and go out on patrol in some of our worst crime hotspots....and given them free rein to deal with the problems as they see fit. :(

 

[ 11.04.2008, 10:28: Message edited by: Paul Kennedy ]

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