How Heath and others betrayed us

Ranty brings us this vid:

It’s in the nature of most of us to look at the length of a vid and then quietly pass it over. I’d argue that it is a well researched and cogent piece, worthy of your time.

5 comments for “How Heath and others betrayed us

  1. graham wood
    October 21, 2013 at 10:25 am

    An excellent presentation. I knew and worked with Trevor Coleman for some time as a fellow activist against the EU. He is a patriot and he works incessantly to warn and inform about the EU and its totalitarianism.
    The video is well worth circulating widely.

    • Den
      October 21, 2013 at 11:28 am

      I agree but, as political ‘virgin’ compared to these treacherous bastards I don’t follow the why of it all. Do they do it out of ideology eg, were Heath and Thatcher secret Marxists or were they all blackmailed? And if so by whom. They all have a very enviable lifestyle compared to the plebs (me). So why do they betray us. Is it only for more power and wealth like Blair, Brown, Prescott etc or what? It all leaves me confused and depressed.

      • October 21, 2013 at 2:31 pm

        They believe in the narrative, Den, which is presented in an altruistic way. They think they’re actually helping the world but in fact are destroying it and enslaving us.

        There is a religious answer as to why or rather whom they are inadvertently working for and it ticks the boxes – they themselves might not be evil muvvers but their boss is and he has a chip on his shoulder according to the legends.

        Moving obliquely to Abu Ghraib, what possessed Lynndie England to act subhuman as she did? Clearly the knowledge that nothing would be done to her from above. People only do what they know they can get away with in a repeated action. She felt she had permission and it might even have been policy to rough them up a little.

        We could go to Westminster. Why do they do the EU’s bidding? Because the people behind the EU are ones who make offers which can’t be refused. I often quote Woodrow Wilson:

        “Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something.

        They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”

        You and I get away with it because we don’t count. Wilson counted greatly and was therefore in much greater danger. When the road to riches and power is to do their bidding, then who’d choose the other path of self-destruction, esp. if an ambitious person. Look at Ed Balls – perfect example.

        Quite happy to have this view rejected but it does fit the facts – maybe someone has a different view which also fits the facts.

        • mikebravo
          October 21, 2013 at 5:28 pm

          I think that UK PLC was a busted flush in the 60’s and 70’s. 3 day weeks, endless strikes no cash etc. The Politicians who had been through the 2nd war and knew about the 1st probably believed that the EEC would stop a recurrence and we could suck at Germany’s tit like the French via the CAP. So what if a few northern fishing ports died? They knew that the British people would not go for it so they lied and covered it up. They know best after all!
          The useless lot that we have now are a bunch of gutless, self serving, intellectual pigmies and wouldn’t know how or want to get involved with the protracted nightmare of getting us out. Better to carry on the lies and bullshit than have to deal with difficult negotiations and forcing the foreign office (who are probably, intellectually miles above our mp’s) to toe the line.
          Add to that the common purpose 5th columnists, the (supposedly ex) communists in labour and the lib dems and the good time boys like clegg and his ilk and we are stuck where we are.
          A wholesale clear out is the only way forward and we are not going to get it as long as the incumbent mp’s can bribe the stupid electorate with a handful of goodies and promises of forcing the evil capitalists to keep their prices down. The voters will get the half witted socialist policies that they accept the bribes for.

        • Den
          October 21, 2013 at 7:42 pm

          Thanks for your view James. That quote from Wilson makes me think of JFK – he was doing and going to do stuff which very powerful people would not like. I may not understand what drives the traitors but I am not naive generally. Also, I have been thinking that if Farage gets a big boost at the EU elections next year (I intend to vote UKIP) and he seems likely to get a seat or two at Westminster the following year, then he will probably have an accident or be bought with a peerage or directorships or something or………….

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