It’s neither more nor less than a global class war between a tiny elite and the vast masses of all hues

If you thought it was just over here:

For centuries men and women fought and died for freedom of expression. Who are Miliband and Clegg to throw it away?

Secret dossier reveals how Hacked Off campaigners used ‘cynical ploy’ to exploit misery of murdered Milly Dowler’s family to force new press law

… it’s not. Observe Australia for one:

press freedom assault

We are in a state of undeclared global, uncivil war and the forces ranged against us are formidable. It’s been a long time in the planning.

Them

If the forces of oppression have made one strategic move in the last couple of years – they’ve gone public in order to magnify the feeling of hopelessness people have. In other words, things are just done to people and people stay put and accept it.

But in letting the cat out of the bag, they’ve also been a shade too clever. Clever villains sometimes go down in the end, through simple human folly and error. Svali outlined it in 2000, so none of this is new, is it?

The evidence is there, but in my opinion, the average person does NOT want to know, and even when confronted with it, will look the other way. The Franklin case is a point. How much evidence has come out? Or the MK-Ultra documents that have been declassified, shown as real, and people still ignore it.

But I believe that the media that downplays ritual abuse is feeding into a deep need in the average person to NOT know the reality. In fact, how can a person face the fact of great evil in mankind, unless they have either a strong faith in God, or are faced with insurmountable evidence? We as human beings want to believe the BEST of our race, not the worst.

Remember, some of those at the top are ALREADY in power, figuratively speaking. They dominate the financial picture, have immense wealth … around the world, anything they want, and the (to them) joy of controlling millions of others. They believe their intellect is sharp, and that they will be the “good guys” in the New Order. They are Luciferians, and so believe the Bible is misguided in its assertions.

They believe that basically, they are GOOD and doing a good work, even if the means are tough to endure at the time. They are weeding out the weak and unfit, and developing a supreme human being. I know it sounds like hog wash, but they truly, honestly believe this at a core level.

“Even if the means are tough to endure at the time.” The austerity moves 12 years later. Cyprus yesterday.

Q [from listener]: Is there any way to stop them, and a way for humanity to move on and say ‘It is finished’? At the moment it seems hopeless.

A: 1. Their arrogance (I think I mentioned this before) is their weakness. These people think they are untouchable, and this could make them careless.

2. If by a miracle, enough people took this SERIOUSLY and started organizing in some way … with prayer and God’s guidance, perhaps they could be stopped. I hope so, with all of my heart.

3. Stopping pornography and child prostitution and drug smuggling and gun running would take a huge chunk out of their profits.

4. To be honest, I don’t know what could really stop them. I have written about this group to try and expose them, I have gone to the police several times, given videotaped testimony against them in a court case (the interview was with 5 lawyers and took 3 hours), to find safe housing and a way to stay out. I guess each person has to do his best in fighting these people, in the way they feel led to. My skills tend to be in writing, so I am using them.

Not sure but it looks like Zero Hedge saying:

Confiscation of private property – WE TOLD YOU 5-10 YEARS AGO, THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. The success of the welfare state and the EU project.

The left

I saw a comment by one lady of the left on Obama’s huge weapons buy-up. Most understood what was happening and one commenter came in and was most concerned that these are hollow point bullets – he wondered why law enforcement needed those. So you see, it is not a question of if that has happened, it’s a question of what’s the fallout.

In an unbelievable comment, she challenged whether the rounds had been ordered at all. Sheesh!

And the evidence she gave? An article where the writer challenged where the information had come from. It was a number done on whoever had released the info, personal attacks but nothing actually refuting the info.

Why? Because she and they are so stuck in this left-right thing and Obama buying weapons is so GOP attack n their eyes that they have to refute it, even though they can’t. But in their eyes, they must. Now the whole notion of millions of rounds being ordered – hollow point – is not even addressed. They’re stuck down in the Democrat-GOP divide.

That’s the sort of person who has been the conduit for these things, along with the elite itself. The left though have been the facilitators, often unwittingly. Everyone outside France knew what would happen if Hollande got in – far worse than Sarkozy, whose EU ambitions were foundering anyway. Everyone outside the US knew what would happen if Obama got a second term.

And it’s happening.

The great unwashed

There were two women moaning in the checkout queue about it all and I said, “Then you need to make your voice heard.”

They looked away and said no more. It’s one thing having a moan in this country and feeling better for the moan. It’s another to actually do something, even register disapproval at the local council, write to the paper, whatever.

And I’d put money on those two voting for one of the Big 3 come the next GE. And how would they see me, with my interjection? Rude? Surplus to requirements? Uncomfortable as they had no answer to the challenge? People wanting their comfort to continue for as long as possible but not trying to think through why it’s disappearing, not challenging it in any way, except for a grumpy, generalized moan in a queue.

The press

The press has been bought for ages. No editorial comment gets through not approved by the owners and the owners’ lackeys they’re employing. Perfect example was Katie Graham at the Washington Post. So Woodstein was drama, theatre, all BS, whilst elements in the FBI had actually done the work and found the goods, set them straight when they strayed.

Yet we need to stand up for the MSM, even when they badmouth us, the blogosphere. Because there are other things going on – commenters still able to comment, usually freely, some opinion pieces starting to go outside the owners’ mindset. And when Daniel Hannan toes the pink party line, he gets bollocked for it in no uncertain terms. Wiggia:

This fawning article by Hannan in the Telegraph has provoked an even more hostile response than his last faux par.

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100207418/you-wouldnt-think-it-but-the-government-has-real-achievements-to-its-name/#disqus_thread

That’s still worth fighting for, that freedom. Actually, in a way, it’s no bad thing that they’re coming out and doing these things, including the rape of Cyprus. At last … perhaps … maybe … people will wake out of their sleep.

Common Purpose

These are a mix of the elite, filtering down to the henchmen and the willing embracers who see a role for themselves in the new society. I met a Common Purpose graduate. What characterized him was firstly limited reasoning powers, secondly ambition in a personal sense and thirdly an “oppose by numbers” way he’d been taught to deal with challenge. On top of that, there was one other characteristic – the ruthlessness of the gangster, combined with that mindless, good-humoured smug engagement in The Game.

That’s all this was and my question to him was viewed that way – it was to be dealt with – and not by giving an honest answer. Behind the scenes, he would ask later if there was anything to worry about with that guy. The arrogance Svali spoke of. She mentioned that they saw it all as an enormous chess game and if people couldn’t cut it, they’d fall by the wayside, starve, who cares?

That’s the Common Purpose mind. That’s the Them mind.

Things we agree on

There are things left, right, privately educated, publicly educated, tall, short, fat, thin, DO agree on. One is the banksters, another is the politicians of the Big 3. They’re all crooks and the people see it, except for those in thrall who don’t wish to see it. Over here, almost all agree on Kirchner and the Falklands. There are issues we agree on. Lack of civility, corruption.

I’m hoping Cyprus is one of those which will have the whole world up in arms [minus Them of course].

8 comments for “It’s neither more nor less than a global class war between a tiny elite and the vast masses of all hues

  1. john in cheshire
    March 18, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    Good post James.

  2. March 18, 2013 at 7:43 pm

    Orwell left one thing out of his novel about our socialist dystopian future – the corrupting power of big business. Common Purpose is “the party” all right, but it’s connected with the private as well as the public sector.

  3. Radical Rodent
    March 18, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    Power corrupts. That is one of the basic principles behind the constitutional monarchy that we have in the UK (and Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and many others) today: the monarch’s only true power is the denial of that level of power from those that crave it. It was his desire for such power that the odious B-Liar did what he could to undermine the credibility of the Crown – he desperately wanted to be “head of state” (still does, actually, hence his hat was one of the first into the ring for EU president, obviously still unaware that the Europeans will NEVER allow anyone from these islands in that role), as witnessed by his quick adoption of motorcades in preference to walking, and conjuring up a wide choice of “emergencies” to expand his power. Even the one – foot and mouth – that did not appear to be planned or scripted, if you judge by the utter hash that was made of it, may not be as it seemed; if you look at what damage it did to Britain’s last major production industry, which is also one of the stalwarts of Conservativism, its manifestation seems rather fortuitous. Finally, in full presidential mode, he surrounded himself with an army of minders and sycophants (to protect him from the simple tax payer, despite all being paid for by the simple tax-payer), and even managed to get some in the media to refer to his loathsome, money-grubbing wife as “first lady”. You may consider the royal family to be parasites, but they are perhaps the most solid defence of the freedoms that the people of this country have enjoyed for more centuries than most others, and are considerably more cost-effective than the “(s)elected” parasites that grow in number and control as we speak, seeking to prod and pry and dictate the minutiae of our daily lives, from what we do, to what we drink and eat, to what we watch and listen to – even to what we think (e.g. Rotherham).

    Not having a monarch, republics established by wiser, more far-thinking individuals than exist today, such as the USA, have legally limited the time for their elected presidents, and the number of terms in office; of the many that do not have that protection, Zimbabwe is a prime example. This is why there is a concerted effort to disavow the US Constitution – “It is only a piece of paper!” (G.W. Bush) – so that the “chosen one” (whoever he/she may be, but the present incumbent looks a likely candidate – especially as, if anyone objects, it will be so, so easy to pull out the trump card!) may remain president for longer. Who would like to bet on there being an attempt to change that clause in the Constitution in the next three years?

    • March 20, 2013 at 5:39 am

      Or go the Russian way – 1,2, miss, 3.

  4. March 19, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    @Radical Rodent:

    “Who would like to bet on there being an attempt to change that clause in the Constitution in the next three years?”

    It wouldn’t surprise me, but I suspect that politicians on both sides would recall that they don’t always win the White House and removing or expanding term limits for the POTUS would not just apply to Obama, but a new George Bush or Bill Clinton.

    Term limits cut both ways and although some within the Democrats would like to see Obama serve a 3rd term, they wouldn’t give that power to the Republicans.

    Personally, I think that Obama is a Marxist idiot, but I’m not part of his demos, so what I say isn’t relevant.

  5. Greg Tingey
    March 20, 2013 at 8:18 am

    John Galt
    If you “think” Obama is a Marxist, you need to see a doctor.

    But your “name” is a give-away.
    Ayn Rand stated that charity (real charity) and sympathy for others and helping other people were weaknesses, didn;t she?

    • March 22, 2013 at 5:23 pm

      “Ayn Rand stated that charity (real charity) and sympathy for others and helping other people were weaknesses, didn;t she?”

      I’ve read ‘Atlas Shrugged and ‘The Fountainhead’, amongst Rands other works, and yet to see that view advanced Greg. Would you care to give us your reference? Title and chapter heading please.

  6. Furor Teutonicus
    March 22, 2013 at 11:51 am

    XX one commenter came in and was most concerned that these are hollow point bullets – he wondered why law enforcement needed those.XX

    Ahh?? So when they shoot someone, the bullet does not only take them out, but carry on through three houses, taking out pans, milk bottles, a cat, and Mrs Smith from No 47, before lodging it’s self in Mr Changs favourite budgie?

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