Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Are we as bad as our enemies?

We are all familiar with such well known lines as “Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone” and “Don’t throw stones at your neighbours, if your own windows are glass.”

It’s with these lines in mind, that I worry about Great Britain’s role in the world today.

Should we really be invading other sovereign nations by taking the higher moral line? I think not, considering our own moral record.

Of-course, the Libyan War is still fresh in every bodies mind. This is a perfect example of the point I want to make.

Western media have painted us a picture of Colonel Gaddafi as a mad-man. But how much is propaganda and how much is fact?

Let’s not forget, propaganda is as old as people, politics and religion. People with ideas will always want to persuade others about them and, if they have the power, they will pull every string they have to persuade everyone that their idea is the best idea.

So I put it to you, could a propaganda officer from an enemy state, paint as bad a picture of the British Establishment, as the British Establishment paints of them?

Or in other words, could our enemies convince the world that the dictatorial powers of the British Establishment and it’s suppression of it’s people, warrant an invasion of the British shores?

Regime Change’ as it’s commonly called.

They only need bring up examples of what makes Great Britain a bad place to live, the abuses of power and it’s track record of human right infringements.

I expect the first example they’ll use against us, would be the miscarriages of justice dished out by London’s Metropolitan Police. The Guildford Four and the Birmingham Six, spring immediately to mind, two of many many more.

Our record in war would be seized upon. In the same way the British media paint our enemies as rapists, so too, will our enemies do the same.

With the British armies record of torture, murder and manslaughter, they could make a very good case against us.

As the West refers to Syria, Libya and Iran, amongst many, as state sponsors of terrorism. So too, those same nations refer to American and Great Britain as state sponsors of Israeli terrorism.

The war record of Israel is criminal. It’s a war crime against the Palestine people, reminiscent of Nazi’s war crimes against the Jews in the Second World War. The Gaza Stripe is nothing more than a huge concentrate camp. It’s treatment of the Palestine people is intolerable, and condemned across the world. The only reason it’s allowed to continue, is due to America’s support and it’s vetoes in the U.N.

Remember the story of the young Brazilian electrician, Jean Charles de Menezes, who was murdered in cold blood, on the London subway?

Immediately afterwards, the then Metropolitan Commissioner Sir Ian Blair, told a press conference, he fled from police, ignored police warnings and was about to trigger an explosive device. His version of events couldn’t be further from the truth.

Our enemies could argue that Jean Charles de Menezes was publicly executed in full view of the British public as a warning that discontent will not be tolerated.

(Conspiracy theorists speculate he was part of the 7/7 false flag terrorist attack and was about to tell his story to the media).

Far-fetched I know, but truth is often stranger than fiction. We have to remind ourselves that our police and intelligence services aren’t stupid. They are intelligent and well trained individuals, recruited from the brightest and most competent people in society. Someone doesn’t get shot seven times in the head, in full public view over a mistake.

I’ll say this again and again, dark forces are at work in Great Britain.

And while we are on the subject of 7/7, it needs to be acknowledged that a wealth of evidence suggests something more sinister than what we are officially being told, was at play on that fateful day.

(I urge you all to watch the 7/7 Ripple Effect.....)

Our nation’s obsession with CCTV’s should be evidence enough that the British people are under 24-7 surveillance. It’s fact that Britain has the most number of CCTV’s per person, in the world today. We should all be asking the question, why? Our enemies will easily answer, that the people are being spied on by a repressive and paranoid government, intent on stifling discontent and personal freedoms.

The corruption at the highest levels of our police, politics and media over the hacking scandal, demonstrates a complete lack of regard to the privacy of the people. With the resignations and sackings, let alone the untold scandal of the hundreds of thousands of British citizens legally hacked into by government agencies and councils, shows there is something bigger and more sinister, hiding out of sight.

I often thought that the ’something bigger and more sinister, hiding out of sight’ was one Mr. Alastair Campbell. But of-course I wouldn’t imply such a thing, due to the libel laws hovering over us all.

Though the names of David Kelly and Robin Cook, spring to mind when I think of him. David Kelly of-course is at the centre of many conspiracy theories, for calling into doubt the government’s ’45-minute-claim’ for going to war against Iraq. Robin Cook conveniently fell off a top of a mountain, silencing his objections of going to war and the truth behind the Al-Qaeda data-base.

How many other voices have been silenced by dark forces, to allow criminal government policy to prosper? Our enemies will say hundreds, if not thousands.

Just the act of going to war against Iraq, against the wishes of the British people, was based on lies, is testimony enough of their deceit and corruption.

As with Labour and Iraq, the Lib-Con coalition, have done the same with Libya.

The claim of invading Libya on humanitarian grounds, equals the lie of invading Iraq for weapons of mass destruction.

Following the 7000 plus, bombing raids and initial estimates coming in of 50,000 dead, the truth is clear as day: lies and deceit are alive and well at the heart of the British Establishment.

The detention without charge for 42 days, is a clear violation of a person’s human right. This is worthy of any dictatorial power from across the world. Government sanctioned kidnap in Great Britain, who would have believed it?

Do you remember at the 2005 Labour Party Conference at Brighton, when an old man was man-handled out of the auditorium for shouting "nonsense" as Foreign Secretary Jack Straw defended the Iraq policy. A fine example of squashing political discontent amongst the populace. Again, an 82-year-old man, shouting “nonsense” at a party conference, getting arrested under the Terrorism Act. Who would have believed it?

How can we forget the MP’s expenses scandal, robbing the tax-paying from under their noses and showing a total disregard for the public’s purse strings. ’One rule for us and another for them’, mentality is a sure sign of oppression.

And only recently the London riots. The trigger point being another public execution, can be spun as an up-rising of the people, fuelled with agent provocateurs, only to be punished with draconian prison sentences and a further dismantling of civil liberties.

I expect our enemies will spin these riots as ’Race Wars’, further building their case against us.

In 1999, following the death of Stephen Lawrence, (who was stabbed to death at a bus stop for being black), the Macpherson report concluded the Police were ’institutionally racist’.

Ten years on, a black person is 26 times more likely to be stopped and searched in England and Wales. So our enemies can claim; ’nothing has changed’.

As with the ’race divide’ in the UK, so there is a ’class divide’. In itself the British Establishment conjures up an image of Etonian educated toffs. The majority of the 2011 Lib-Con coalition government, are privately educated. The majority are also millionaires. The facts are clear. The ’class of a person’, in 21st century Great Britain, determines your stature in life. It’s a fact of life.

Having mentioned ’Racism’ and ’Classism’ in Great Britain, it’ll be unfair not to mention ’Sexism’ and ’Ageism’.

It’s been reported that it’ll take another 100 years, moving at the rate of the last 100 years, for women to equal the pay of men.

The nation’s old are as far pushed to the edges of society, as our the nation’s youth. Both spectrums have to deal with generalisations, marginalization and boredomization.

On top of all which comes a new development in the suppression of the British people. ’Thought Crime’. Did you know that people are being arrested for the thought of committing a crime, let alone physically committing it?

Remember the people rounded up on the morning of William and Kate’s, Royal Wedding? Carted off in a police van, just in-case they might go on and cause trouble later in the day.

Such style of policing would have been more at home in North Korea, Maoist China and Stalinist Russia.

As the Queen of England, Elizabeth II was alleged to have said to her Butler, “Dark forces are at work in this country,” and the most damning example of this is the ’unlawful killing’ of Princess Diana.

The most important piece of evidence which has never seen the inside of an evidence bag, is a hand written letter by Princess Diana, stating “My husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for Charles to marry".

So as you can see, our enemies have plenty to use against us, plenty to seek a UN resolution to liberate the British people from the tyranny of the British Establishment.

My point is that it’s easy to paint the British political system in as harsh a light as the British media have painted the likes of Colonel Gaddafi and Saddam Hussain.

Perhaps the British Establishment shouldn’t be so quick to judge others, because one of these days, others will judge us and we will find us wanting.

What goes around comes around. The invasion of Great Britain may not be a matter of ’if’, but rather a matter of 'when'.

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