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The dingy pub cellar plot to create mayhem during G-20 summit revealed

By Super Admin

London, Mar 28 (ANI): A clandestine meeting was organised in a dingy pub cellar by Chris Knight, the leader of a group calling itself G20 Meltdown, an umbrella organisation for the radicals who plan to bring "mayhem" to the streets of London as world leaders gather for the G20 summit.

The meeting held on last Sunday was aimed at plotting "anti-capitalist protests" during the next week's summit.

Details of the meeting had been kept secret, but The Telegraph was invited to witness the "Phase two" of the protests, which has already started.

These phase two protests are forcing London businesses to switch off their lights at 8.30 p.m. to mark Earth Hour, an international energy-saving switch-off.

Knight has directed the protesters to fan out across London to target landmark commercial buildings and, if necessary, enter them to switch off the lights themselves.

The radical intellectuals present at the meeting believed that their marches could become a focus for hard line anarchist groups intent on smashing property or clashing with police.

"People are angry," Prof Knight claimed as he convened the meeting. "The public will surprise us on the day."

On the other hand, police believe anarchists who have helped spark riots at previous international summits will descend on London and attach themselves, unannounced,to Knight's protest.

Prof Knight, who believes the world will abolish international borders and become a single country by June of this year, often went off on baffling tangents, at one point calling for the Bank of England to be converted into a state-run brothel.(ANI)

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