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The Tories are purging our emergency services

Because of "austerity" Emergency services are being cut including Army and Navy leaving the country in danger and now they are talking of cutting power of an evening to save money so Britain will be left in the dark with no police because of cuts, what possibly could go wrong? 

The number of British army personnel has been cut back by 20,000 - three years ahead of target.
Ministry of Defence figures shows there are currently 81,700 full-time servicemen and women in the Army, down from 102,260 in 2010.
More reservists are being recruited but that process has been slow.
Former commander Richard Kemp said it showed the plan was "incoherent" but the MoD said the Army had the "manpower we need at the moment".
Col Kemp, a commander of British forces in Afghanistan, told the BBC News website: "To have already made the cuts by 2015, it shows confusion and targets that don't match up... it doesn't mean it's a good thing.
"The whole plan was to cover the gaps with reservists, but if you've not achieved that then it must mean that we have got deficiencies.
"Not only does that cause us concern about how we govern our people, but it is also the message we are sending to our enemies. That kind of message always shows aggression towards us."

'Brave experiment'

Plans to increase the number of Army reservists from 19,000 to 30,000 by 2019 have been controversial.
As of April 2015, the number of trained reservists was at 21,030 - an increase of just over 1,000 since April 2012.
Former chief of the defence staff General Lord Richards has referred to the plan as "a brave experiment", while John Pearson, professor of national security studies at Kings College, London said: "I think it is accepted that the recruitment programme has underperformed.
Some UK police forces are using overtime to cover gaps caused by staff shortages, BBC Radio 5 live has found.
One Met Police officer received an overtime payment of £45,000 last year, according to new figures obtained under a Freedom of Information request.
The police overtime bill in England and Wales totalled almost £1bn over three years and went up by £6m last year.
The Home Office said the government had "already taken steps to reduce unnecessary overtime payments".
"We have asked the independent Police Remuneration Review Body to consider whether more can be done on this issue," said a spokesman.
"Police officers' pay should reflect the difficult work they do - but the public rightly expects that this is not abused."
The National Police Chiefs' Council said it was "only right" that officers should be compensated for overtime.
Is government planning a purge type chaos on Britain's streets with immigrants trying to get into our country and British media turning people against them (as if they are some sort of monster), police cuts, Army cuts and lights going out of a night are we heading to a planned civil war? 

Are they planning a purge without us knowing or in other words a civil war where we have to protect ourselves and our families even if it means killing.

Is this announcement from the film The Purge pre-programming us to what will happen in the very near future? 



The purge would also include rich people but they wouldn't be like the rest of us on the street or in unprotected houses they would be protected by security or armies of their own.

The rich people would purge by having human hunting parties like in the film. 













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