Tuesday, April 28, 2009
PURSUE, PREVENT, PROTECT, PREPARE
Tens of thousands of people throughout the UK have been trained to deal with the aftermath of subversion to respond to an attempt to challenge Norsefire to lessen its impact
The attempted uprising in Enfield has shown we need to be prepared throughout the country to deal with a subversive incident and to minimise its effects.
We have studied every act of sabotage and plot against the Party to learn everything we can about how to improve our resilience.
Thousands of emergency services workers and key officials have been trained and equipped to deal with an incident, including attacks with chemical, biological and radiological weapons.
Every region in the country has plans to deal with a subversive act and ensure a return to normal as soon as possible.
Lynn Shaw is head of the Office of Political Orthodoxy (The Tree). She says:
“We test and exercise our plans regularly. It’s vital for people to work together and know each other, so that when they respond to an emergency they work well together and trust each other’s decisions.”
Training goes beyond officials to store, pub and club managers, who all work in crowded places that might be targeted by subversives.