'Don't Get Any Ideas' – Council To Tax Protestors

And yet again we see the violence of the State rear its ugly head against the innocent.

This time in the UK:

The leader of Wirral Council has told anyone thinking of joining a rebel protest against paying council tax: “Don’t get any ideas.”

His call came after hundreds of anti-establishment demonstrators stormed Birkenhead County Court yesterday and “arrested” a judge.

Roads were blockaded and dozens of police officers deployed to keep order.

A stand-off followed with several demonstrators staging a sit-down protest in front of police vehicles, refusing to let them pass.

Several arrests were made and police dog-handlers called to the scene.

The protestors were from the anti-establishment “British Constitution Group.”

The demonstration was sparked when one of the prominent voices in the BCG, Wirral man Roger Hayes, faced a hearing for non-payment of council tax.

More from the Daily Mail:

‘I asked three times for him to confirm this and he refused, so I civilly arrested the judge and I called upon some people in the court to assist me in this.

‘[The protesters] were acting lawfully and the police should not have arrested them.’

The BCG’s main aim is a rallying call for ‘lawful rebellion.’ Leaflets handed out by the crowd said: ‘We, the British People have a right to govern ourselves.

It looks like some of the citizens of island slave colony have had just about enough theft and waste from their overlords.

Of course, their overlords will not go quietly into the night.  It will take a massive uprising to topple the firmly entrenched police state.

In the mean time, citizens can expect their standard of living to constantly decrease until they are living like the peasants of the 16th century.