This appeared in the (UK) Sunday People on May 4th, 1986
Terror plan to 'smash the rich scum and their lackeys'
THE angry Brigade is back. The ruthless anarchists who brought terror to Britain more than a decade ago are manipulating an ultra-left plot to turn out cities into bloodbaths.
The sinister network of fanatical anarchists are motivated solely by a desire to destroy, to maim and to sabotage.
They are bent on whipping up a nationwide hate campaign which will erupt with a summer of riots.
Their evil intent is summed up in this chilling warning. “We fight the cops with all our strength with bricks and petrol bombs, we maim them and kill them because we hate them.”
The anarchists hope there will be an explosion of violence to mark Prince Andrew's marriage to Sarah Ferguson on July 23.
As the Sunday Mirror revealed last week, the underground newspaper Class War showed a photo of the couple under the sick headline Better Dead Than Wed.
And an activist told us: “We would be over the moon if there were riots on the day of the Royal wedding.”
The Sunday Mirror has infiltrated several anarchist movements and we have uncovered their plot to join forces in a campaign of violence.
MI5 believe Angry Brigade urban guerillas are playing a sinister behind-the-scene role in the plot.
They have close links with terror groups abroad.
And they are also closely linked to the shadowy world of British anarchists.
The most active of the British cells is Class War whose driving force is former punk musician Ian Bone, 38.
Their charter states: “Together we can do our bit to smash the rich scum and their state, courts armies and lackeys.”
Class War has close ties with VIRUS, a communist-anarchist group who publish a paper called The Enemy Within.
The winter issue says: “Virus gives a welcome to the burning and looting...take it, it's yours! Burn it, it's rotten!”
A journal called Crowbar in Brixton, South London, offers advice on how to commit sabotage.
And BLACK FLAG, also based in Brixton, are thought to be linked with a Belgian terror group.
The Bristol-based group ACAB--which stands for All Coppers Are Bastards--call on their followers to attack expensive cars.
Their leaders often visit Ian Bone at his council flat in Hackney, North-East London.
This is the main way that informal links are made between British anarchist cells.
Intelligence chiefs know that most of the groups were active during the riots last year in Brixton and Tottenham.
They are likely to be the flashpoints again this year.
One police officers warned that anarchists might also start riots in other areas of London at the same time.
FORCES OF HATE
SECURITY chiefs are alarmed at the close cooperation between the Angry Brigade and terror organisations in Europe.
And our inquiries revealed that a meeting was held in London last year between leading UK anarchists and the Belgium terror group, CCC, the Cellules Communists Combattantes.
The CCC are linked with West Germany's Red Army Faction and with the ultra-Left French group Action Directe.
Intelligence services are now concerned that European expertise will lead to terrorists in Britain becoming more and more sophisticated.
A former police chief said: “The Angry Brigade has always had strong continental connections—that will continue to be the case.”