Category: History & Culture

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Who rules the world – a summary

Having just spent four hours reading:

To anyone exploring the question of who rules us, I would suggest that this blog is as good a place as any to start – when taken in conjunction with the comments threads on the various linked posts, plus all those links, that is sufficient to initiate further exploration.

I’d start here:

… taking particular note of the links in comments for later reference. From here, I’d click on:

… and before going further, I’d suggest that contained within there and the other posts within that series, written leading up to the 2010 GE over here, is all we really need to know for now in order to answer the question.

These also:

What so many of those linked articles [internal and external] lead back to, stretching back to antiquity, is that it is all about:

1. Scam and agreed definitions
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Patriots versus liberals

Kate has an interesting one, via Chuckles, just going to recklessly reprint [go there for her readers’ comments]:

Cutting through the pathetic symbolism and meaningless claptrap;

The patriots of the rest of England versus the liberals in this city. The endless tolerance to those who harm us, (while the Home Office tries to shift the focus of public fear to white terror) — versus the millions like me who face the truth, with worried families and hopeless hearts, who feel the country sinking.

We are taken under the cold water by this heavy right foot in the south, a city of lead, so desperately wedded to the multicultural illusion that it can only fight those who love the country the most, blame those who are most proud to be British, and shout racist at the 52%.

This place is just like Sweden. Terrified of admitting the truth about the threat we face, about the horrors committed by the migrants we failed to deter — because to admit that we are sinking, and fast, would be to admit that everything the liberals believe is wrong.

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Sanctuary bays

Sometimes, I’m not sure about where I am on a topic, a topic for example such as Mallows Bay Sanctuary:

From what I can gather, the PTB decided that this was to be a sanctuary, so they hauled a whole lot of old ships there and sank them.  Now no one can go there.

My ambivalence is that, being a closet semi-greenie, I love wilderness and nature being allowed to freely do what it does best.  However, this seems quite contrived and when Man, especially Left Man, starts interfering, w-e-e-e-l-l-l-l …

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Endless summer

Am currently locked in ‘discussions’ with our esteemed and compassionate government [I’m told we’ll be through all this soon], so if the blog seems a bit scatty of late, any meaty bits have come from our usual ‘staff’ of contributors.

Every so often, a pic comes up which triggers a memory and this is no different:

What does that trigger in you – Baywatch and Pamela Anderson, the Hoff and Alexandra Paul?

It’s quite evocative, isn’t it and as Woody Allen once observed, when faced with death: ‘My life passed before my eyes … and then I realized – this wasn’t my life.’

I don’t recall being on a beach with such a gaily painted lifeguard tower. For a start, it couldn’t have been my sojourn here and couldn’t have been my sojourn in Australia. With the latter, I was not in gay Sydney but in Melbourne with more extensive beaches and we didn’t have things like that.… More here ...

Calling all knowledgeable readers – the legal underpinning of the English speaking world

We ask the easy ones here.

If a blog is a two way street, just a tool to find out the truth on things, then let’s test that out. Chap has written and thrown a curved ball, so to speak. I know some but am not an authority, some of you out there might be able to comment on one or two of these – I’d like to get a reply to him in this way [point him to the url]. See what you think:

I am a Brit and live in New Zealand and I came across your very interesting website last night. I am an amateur legal/lawful researcher as in New Zealand things about power are seemingly easier to see, less sophisticated than the UK. I think New Zealanders are distracted by sport, but that is just my opinion.

I was wondering if I could ask your opinion on some issues, I will put them in order for clarity:

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