The purpose of this site is to explain and educate regarding the way the world really operates, not necessarily how we are told or believe it operates. Governments do not exist to serve the good of the people, they serve the vested interests of a select few. At the very least people should become informed, this site hopes to help that process. More than anything else we all deserve the truth.
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A short point regarding Brexit – If we stay in the Customs Union we cannot enter trade deals with any other country. If we stay in the Single Market the European Court of Justice (ECJ) remains superior to our courts regarding EU law and we must abide by all EU laws and directives – no exceptions.
Where is the International condemnation of the Spanish police response to peaceful assembly and Catalonia attempt at self-determination? If Theresa may and other world leaders don’t condemn the violent response, they are tacitly condoning it!
Surely it is time for Britain to walk away from the EU negotiations, we should not be the ones offering concessions and trying to break the deadlock. If the EU can show legal proof we owe money then and only then should we pay, we have no moral reason to pay anything. Payment should be arbitrated by an independent 3rd party (if such a thing can exist) and amounts owed resolved, whatever the outcome.
Theresa May is not operating in the best interests of Britain by offering vague unjustified amounts. The Conservative party is clearly not equipped to resolve the requirements of Brexit, but its hardly surprising considering 2/3 of the cabinet are Remainers to varying degrees. We need a new leader who fully supports Brexit and will put a team of Brexit supporters in the cabinet, and kick the likes of Ken Clarke and Anna Soubry out of the party and make them defend their seats as independents. Nigel Farage should at least be offered a senior position in the Brexit negotiations as well as prominent Brexit supporting Labour MP’s, Brexit is not a party political issue it is a national issue.
Our opinion – This week (w/c 2nd October) announce that unless EU commits to negotiating Brexit and a trade deal by the end of October we will assume no deal and walk away providing 2 months notice that we will exit the Customs Union and Single market, and all payments to EU will cease. In January and beyond we will begin negotiating and closing trade deals with whomever we choose. Given no other option we will revert to WTO rules to trade with the EU.
However, at any time before 31st December 2017 we will return to negotiations with the EU if they are committed to discussing Brexit and a Trade deal with absolutely no preconditions. If they prove we lawfully owe money then that will be paid after a trade deal is finalised.
Fascism is capitalism in decline. – Vladimir Lenin
A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to exist up until the time that voters discover they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy, which is always followed by a dictatorship. – Alexander Tytler
Something to ponder:
And so the political madness continues, in the UK on 8th June 2017 the Conservative party under Theresa May lost a modest 17 point majority in Westminster and ended up being the largest single party with 317 seats, 9 short of an overall majority. In retrospect this was a disastrous decision by Theresa May, but following the lacklustre campaign run by the Conservatives, and the vibrant and confident campaign by Labour was not that surprising. Once again the vast majority of polls, excluding the 10:00 PM exit poll failed to predict the actual result. The actual performance of Labour was not as good as people are suggesting, the Conservative share of votes was actually up, but Labour was up by more, and in both cases these came from the UKIP vote, which totally collapsed. In this respect Britain seems almost unique in moving away from a rise in what is commonly called the ‘populist’ vote, more correctly the anti-establishment vote. Donald Trump was elected President, and both Marine Le Pen (France) and Geert Wilders (Netherlands) increased their percentage of votes, but in Britain UKIP collapsed. Britain seems to be becoming more socialist (progressive!), we have Labour, LD, SNP, Green and Plaid Cymru all on a socialist agenda and the Conservative (large C) party which is not conservative (small c) in outlook, more socialist than conservative. Similarly in the US the Republican party (GOP) is more socialist than conservative, many consider Trump not to be a Republican, because he is a conservative.
One anomaly in the election was the performance of the Conservatives in Scotland where they made the most gains of any party, apart from UKIP the only other party that fared badly was the SNP and this seems to be sign of a rejection of the demands for a second referendum. Very few people are saying it, and the SNP deny it but they were spanked in the election with Alex Salmond and Angus Robertson (SNP leader in Westminster) losing their seats. Another notable casualty was former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg who lost his seat in Sheffield Hallham (to Labour) although the Lib Dems did get Vince Cable, Ed Davey and Jo Swinson elected. Where the Conservatives did fare badly was in London boroughs and the University towns of Warwick, Bath, Canterbury and Reading. Clearly what happened here was the promise by Jeremy Corbyn to scrap all tuition fees, thereby capturing almost the entire student and 1st time voter demographic on a promise he cannot deliver and would not have been able to fund without further borrowing and increased deficit and debt. The manifesto of Labour and all other so-called ‘progressive’ parties were incredibly disingenuous, they are all regressive, as in a return to socialism of the 1960’s and 70’s, with promises of everything to everyone and a delusional belief that the ‘rich’ will somehow fund their limitless spending. The rich can not and will not fund these spending fantasies for mainly two reason, firstly it is impossible to recover what they apparently owe – they either offshore their money or themselves, and secondly there aren’t actually that many of them. Also, increasing corporation tax as Labour were suggesting (from 19% to 26%) will result in less tax revenue (from corporation tax), increase in consumer prices, more redundancies and companies moving operations elsewhere – this is what socialists never understand. What Britain needs at the conclusion of the Brexit negotiations is an influx of inward investment, the way to achieve that is to offer a low rate of corporation tax something like 10% or even 0%, that way companies will invest, unemployment will go down, which will reduce welfare payments and increase tax revenues.
It would appear that the Conservatives under Theresa May will continue in office with the assistance of the 10 MPs of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on an informal basis with a combined total of 328 MPs, two more than the required 326 for a majority. In addition, the 7 MPs of Sinn Fein and the speaker of the House who doesn’t vote, giving an overall potential majority of 10, assuming everyone votes along party lines.
On 29th March 2017 the British government invoked article 50 of the Lisbon treaty and began Britain’s exit from the EU, a day many thought we would never see. There is a long way to go, and those of an undemocratic persuasion will do all they can to sabotage the process, but we now appear to be heading in the direction the majority of the people wish to travel. We may be the first, but we may not be the last Country to leave, as the hubris and arrogance of the Brussels bureaucratic elite causes the EU to implode upon itself.
In the UK 69% of the population support the UK leaving the EU and that includes 25% who initially voted to remain but find themselves able to support our exit, or put another way understanding the meaning of the word Democracy. Only 24% of the population are incapable of accepting the result of the referendum, and that is fine, with free speech people are allowed an opinion, but they lost and they are in a very small minority. However, these people are not supporters of democracy, they are supporters of tyranny, they are not Liberals or whatever else they might choose to call themselves, they are authoritarian Marxists.
When are the EU going to realise it is not them that hold the upper hand in the Brexit negotiations? The UK have an £80 billion trade deficit with the EU and the UK is the EU’s largest trading partner at £290 billion, which amounts to 17% of their entire trade, can they honestly risk putting that at risk? NO. Britain holds all the aces in the negotiations, if we don’t like the deal we can walk away and refuse to pay anything! How will the conversation with Merkel go with the CEO’s of BMW, Mercedes, Audi, VW and Porsche go when their £100 billion sales to UK is put at risk by EU intransigence? Who would look forward to those calls? Somewhere in the region of 14 million EU (non-UK) jobs are dependent upon trade with UK, will those be put at risk to make an an example of the UK? Really!
The identity of the tyrants has changed, but they are still around.
Tyranny begins with a single voice self-silenced by fear of collective disapproval and/or social and legal retribution.
What is it going to take to convince the majority that something is very wrong in the world today?
Current Global Government Debt is almost $100 trillion, or £65 trillion. See www.nationaldebtclocks.org for an up to date running total, and also access to individual nations national debt. For a ranking of nations external debt levels see List of countries by external debt.
Debt exposure to the derivatives market is estimated to be in excess of $1,500 trillion (1.5 quadrillion dollars), which is roughly ten times the size of the entire global GDP. If you would like to see what $1 trillion looks like in $100 notes, visit this page – here.
National Debt in the UK on 4th June 2014 stood at around £1,290,810 (£1.29tn), and is increasing at around £4,000 per second, £240,000 per minute, £14,400,000 per hour or £345,600,000 per day. On 15th December 2015 it now stands at £1,52tn). This amounts to a debt per person of £23,414 or £52,573 for each employed person. This is debt we neither authorised nor want, and we can’t pay our portion off.
The interest on that debt accrued since 6th April (to 4th June 2014) was just under £8,500,000,000 (£8.5bn) and increments at almost £2,000 per second – this should be of immense concern to every single one of us, but most people appear fairly unconcerned, events on soap opera’s are much more important of course. In addition this is only about a 1/10th of our overall debt if you include unfunded liabilities such as state and public sector pensions.
The big-5 US banks, considered too big to fail (TBTF) in 2008 and bailed out to the tune of several trillion dollars (up to $30tn allegedly) are now 37% bigger than in 2008, and their exposure to derivatives is 20% larger. They are JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Citibank, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo. Goldman Sachs exposure to derivatives is 420 times their entire assets.
Even if you do nothing else, find out what these words mean – fiat currency, fractional reserve banking, usury, compound interest, inflation, leverage, derivatives. Also, learn all you can about false flag incidents, some of which are chronicled on this site in History > Wars section.
The following was a real banknote that up until 2009 was legal tender in Zimbabwe
At the time it would have bought around 3 loaves of bread, with around 10 trillion in change – this is hyperinflation.
Do you realise 20% of the population own 95% of the wealth, or if you prefer 80% of the population own 5% of the wealth, either way its an outrage, the majority are being pillaged.
The US economy is repeatedly being reported as growing and improving, recovering from the 2008 crash, ever wondered HOW this is happening? Could it possibly linked to the US Federal Reserve creating $85 billion (fiat currency) every single month into the US economy, increasing the debt by $1 trillion a year? Could that explain the possible reported recovery? Does that sound sustainable or a sound policy? Also this money goes directly to private equity businesses and private banks, not to the general public. This created money is then used to pump up the stock markets, hence the latest record-breaking surges in the Dow Jones and S&P500 indexes. The chart below explains this quite clearly:
If you want to see the real state of the US economy check out this amazing site. Another great source of accurate reporting of US GDP, unemployment, inflation and money supply is www.shadowstats.com by eceonomist John Williams, these figures are derived using real data, and the methods of calculation used when reporting of such parameters was less fabricated.
A process of supposed tapering has been occuring over the last few months, with an amount of $10bn being removed from the QE-3 amount each month, the QE-3 monthly amount is now down to $55bn – do we believe them? Despite what you may believe, a $billion is a lot of money, represented in $100 bills it would fill ten pallets stacked five feet high. However, this is not actually created as US dollar bills (or any denomination) it is merely created into existence as numbers in an account. The fact that they can create all the money they want, means there is no real need for any taxation at all, but they don’t want us knowing that! Only 3% of all currency in existence exists as notes or coins.
Take a close look at the image below. When George W Bush took office in 2000, the US debt was $6 trillion, in just 13 years that has now tripled to $18 trillion, and still that is not enough, they have just voted to increase the ceiling again, but that won’t be enough. The shape of this graph shows that the growth of US debt is exponential, but it’s the same everywhere, Britain included – visit Britain’s Problem page.
The recent report released about the events of Hillsborough, have proven that the authorities can and will cover up an event and will lie at the highest level. It has taken 23 years just to get the truth and only because survivors and victims relatives refused to accept the official story, no matter how many times it was repeated. How many other major events have been covered up, how many times have we been lied to? Almost everyone says we can’t trust a word politicians or journalists say, yet we swallow all the official explanations we are give, only a few are prepared to challenge the polemic view, and they are attacked and vilified as Kooks or conspiracy theorists or deniers, this same technique was used by the Nazi’s against the German people – attack those who speak out or question, turn public opinion against them.
Which of the following items, if the authorities admitted the official explanation was a lie would convince you that other conspiracy theories may be correct?
Liverpool fans did not cause the deaths at Hillsborough
Our government lied to us about the reasons to attack Iraq
Nato are backing rebels in Syria aligned with Al Qaeda
Humans have never landed on the moon
It doesn’t matter which party you vote for, they are not going to act in your best interests, they will act in the best interest of corporations
The secret ingredient in Coca Cola is Coca from which Cocaine is developed, we were even told, its a psychotic drug
A Lone gunman did not assassinate JFK
Vaccinations are sterilising females and killing millions across the World
QE3 in the US, is creating $85 billion per month ($1 trillion per year) out of nothing, to monetise US federal debt
What if you were to find out that ALL or most of the above are indeed true, how might that effect your worldview? We cannot say categorically that they are all true, what we can say is that there remains a lot of unanswered questions, and not enough people are asking those questions and bringing their elected officials to task over them. We all have a right to know the truth, we hope you can be encouraged to start looking for the truth and not just accepting what you are told on the TV news or in newspapers.
One large part of the problem is something psychiatrists call COGNITIVE DISSONANCE, if you have spent your life believing that your government exists to protect you, your family and your freedoms and that the law is there to serve you, when something comes along that makes you question that belief (such as someone questioning the official story of 9/11 for instance), it is usually easier and safer for someone to attack the messenger, than considering that your original belief may be wrong. It can be a very painful experience to even contemplate that the George Bush administration could engineer and allow an event as Earth shattering as 9/11. We now have thousands of architects, structural engineers, physicists, metallurgists, pilots, demolition experts and military experts saying that the official story around 9/11 just cannot be right, much of what the official report says simply defies fundamental laws of physics, it just can not have happened the way they say. The total cost of the 9/11 report was only a fraction of that spent on the Bill Clinton impeachment enquiry regarding Monica Lewinski, which of the two events deserved the most thorough investigation – Bill’s bedtime antics or an event of unparalleled global significance?
Look in the quotations section at some of the things these prominent elites have publicly stated, many showing complete disregard or even contempt for the common man, what they consider their inferiors, the great unwashed. Some quotations have been prophetic warnings of things to come, from those who would rule us.
It is generally accepted that 87% of the population are incapable of critical thinking, this group makes its decisions based on the information it receives from mainstream media (MSM) mainly Television and newspapers. It is the belief of this site, and many other “alternative” sources that relying on MSM for incisive and unbiased news reporting may not be the most appropriate means. We suggest you read the section “The Grand Deception” to get an overview of the issues regarding the problem and then get greater in-depth information within the relevant section. Please be aware this site is very much a Work in Progress.
Are you aware of the following:
Everyone is born equal within the law. No-one is above the law. That is common law – the law of the land
Paying tax is optional, it is a legal obligation, not a lawful requirement. There is no moral obligation.
Most tax is used to pay interest on the national debt, it is not used to pay for services, that is a fallacy. Each household will pay £1,934 each year as their contribution to the interest on the national debt.
Getting a license (driving, marriage, TV) is optional. We all are born with a lawful (common law) right to travel the highways in a conveyance of our choosing. Driving relates to performing commerce upon the roads, which most of don’t perform.
The current world debt is in excess of $51 trillion and totally unpayable. To whom is this debt owed?
Governments can print all the money they need at 0% interest and do not need to borrow.
In NAZI Germany anyone questioning the government and its policies was called an alarmist, today we are called conspiracy theorists.
The premise of this site is that around the World, the “normal/average” people are being tricked and lied to on a grand scale by a very small but very powerful group of extremely wealthy and powerful people. In the West and possibly elsewhere we are being disenfranchised and robbed of our birthright and freedoms. This so-called “global elite” appear to lack compassion and empathy for the suffering of others, leaving many to believe they are “psychopathic”. We are attempting to uncover some of the hidden truths behind the actions of this group, developing over centuries, above all we want to encourage people to consider that all is not as it should be in the World, and possibly this is by design. The 100th monkey concept suggests that when a critical mass of people understand a concept, then all people can grasp the concept:
“The hundredth monkey effect is a supposed phenomenon in which a learned behavior spreads instantaneously from one group of monkeys to all related monkeys once a critical number is reached. By generalization it means the instantaneous, paranormal spreading of an idea or ability to the remainder of a population once a certain portion of that population has heard of the new idea or learned the new ability.”
Extract from 1689 Bill of Rights:
And I doe declare That noe Forreigne Prince Person Prelate, State or Potentate hath or ought to have any Jurisdiction Power Superiority Preeminence or Authoritie Ecclesiasticall or Spirituall within this Realme Soe helpe me God.
This was a contract between the British people and William of Orange (William III) who wished to become the monarch, William and his wife Mary had to agree to the terms and conditions of the Bill of Rights before they could rule. The Bill of Rights has bound all monarchs since. This section states that only by the will of the British people can our sovereignty be changed, not by a monarch, nor by a parliament. This proves beyond all doubt that our membership of the EU and subsequent charters (Maastricht, Lisbon etc) is UNLAWFUL no other Nation or state has authority over the British people, without the explicit agreement of the people (referendum) unless we are defeated in war. Those who have assumed authority (can only be granted not assumed) to sign away Britain’s sovereignty are therefore guilty of TREASON, those assisting are guilty of misprision of treason and those attempting to cover up the treason are guilty of compounding of treason.
I am not a member (citizen) of the European Union – because membership is determined by consent and I am withholding my consent to being governed by a foreign power, as per the declaration of rights and bill of rights 1689.
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