Saturday, 6 February 2010

Deceiving the British People

We are taught that we live in democracy, but in reality our lives are run by a power hierarchy where policies percolate downwards through a chain of influence. Many of these policies are not even mentioned to the public and have been covertly implemented for years — like mass immigration.

People wonder when the authorities will do something about it, ignorant of the fact that this is the ruling elite’s policy. It is a way of destroying our civilisation in the sub-Marxist belief that from the ruin, a raceless, coffee-coloured harmonious utopia will emerge.

A review of some of the evidence for this mass deceit of the British people proves the point.

David Cameron broke his promise to the British people without taking office, by declining to hold a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. In this move, Cameron is in league with other elites against the interests of the people who are bonded by central beliefs such as “anti-racism” and the movement towards a one-world government.

Every now and then, some of these elitist truths slip out, mainly because of rivalries amongst this clique. In his diaries, The Blair Years, Alaistair Campbell recalls Tony Blair flying to Australia to win the support of Rupert Murdoch. He also recalled Neil Kinnock saying: “It won’t matter if we win as the bankers and stockbrokers have got us already by the f*****g balls. And that is before you take your 30 pieces of silver.”

In 2007, The Independent reported “How Murdoch had a hotline to the PM in the run-up to Iraq war” and that “the Cabinet Office said there were six telephone discussions between Mr Blair and Mr Murdoch in 20 months, all at crucial moments of his premiership. The subject of their calls was not revealed.”

Mr Murdoch’s personal direction and intervention in the run-up to the war in Iraq is evident in a comparison of the dates of many of these phone calls and the headlines which appeared the next day in The Sun:

Phone call: 11 March 2003.

The Sun says on 12 March 2003: “Like a cheap tart who puts price before principle, money before honour, Jacques Chirac struts the streets of shame. The French President’s vow to veto the second resolution [on Iraq] at the United Nations — whatever it says — puts him right in the gutter.”

Phone call: 13 March 2003.

The Sun says on 14 March 2003: “Charlatan Jacques Chirac is basking in cheap applause for his ‘Save Saddam’ campaign — but his treachery will cost his people dear. This grandstanding egomaniac has inflicted irreparable damage on some of the most important yet fragile structures of international order.”

Phone call: 19 March 2003.

The Sun says on 20 March 2003: “Time has run out for Saddam Hussein. His day of reckoning is at hand. The war on Iraq has begun… The courage and resilience of Tony Blair and George Bush will now be put to the ultimate test.”

The Guardian of 24 October 2008 revealed that David Cameron had accepted free flights to hold talks with Rupert Murdoch on his luxury yacht off a Greek island: “. . . the Tory leader was flown by private jet to Santorini on August 16 where he joined the media tycoon for drinks on his 184ft (56m) yacht, Rosehearty.”

His wife, Samantha, and two of their children flew with Matthew Freud’s party on his jet when it left Farnborough for the Mediterranean. Matthew Freud, the public relations guru, is married to Murdoch’s daughter, Elisabeth. A spokeswoman for the Conservative leader said: “Everything in connection to August 16 has been fully and properly declared.”

Although Cameron registered the flights last month, until now nothing had been made public about his visit to Murdoch’s yacht. Murdoch’s News Corporation owns The Sun and The Times, as well as a large stake in Sky News, and other media businesses around the world.

Shadow Chancellor George Osborne visited Oleg Deripaska, the Russian billionaire, on his yacht off Corfu. Though Osborne denied claims by financier, Nathaniel Rothschild, that he tried to solicit a £50,000 donation for Tory party funds, yet he has admitted he was present when a possible donation by Deripaska was discussed.

David Rockefeller and Kissinger are powerful Bilderberg Group members and Murdoch attends most of the meetings each year. In May 2009, Canadian investigative journalist Daniel Estulin reported that the Bilderberg Group would force the Irish to vote on the Lisbon Treaty again to found an EU superstate.

Dennis Healey once said: “To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn’t go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless. So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing.” This requires a tyranny such as the EU and the so-called North American Super Highway.

It is clear that David Cameron has done some deal with Mr Murdoch in the run-up to the next general election. Why else would The Sun have started early with their smears and gutter stories? Already we have seen that paper running a story about Gordon Brown’s spelling mistakes in a letter to the mother of a young soldier killed in Afghanistan.

These Western elites have removed themselves from the tribulations of ordinary life and have associated themselves with the super-rich, who rival royalty as the Continent’s new elite.

They sail in expensive yachts and holiday in fabulous villas, have a playboy lifestyle amongst the super rich and share their bounty with elected and unelected officials.

It seems no one in the government in Britain is interested in running an orderly country. They are in it for themselves. The Tory and Labour parties are run by self-interested elites who know that if they serve the rich, they will be raised into a rarified milieu. They don’t use public transport, public hospitals or state schools.

It was Messrs Blair and Straw who deceitfully engineered secret immigration and pretended it was beneficial to the country. It has been beneficial to the elites. The Mail of 7 October reported that the Blairs had just bought their sixth large house. “Cherie paid £1m cash for mews home.”

Public anger is rising. Millions face economic meltdown and Mr Cameron talks about cutting social services and imposing a draconian system on unemployed people who cannot compete with imported cheap labour.

All this occurs while the “elected representatives” live it up with international financiers. The Telegraph of August 11 gave us an insight into their world. “After a week dining with bankers and Hollywood billionaires in the secluded cliff top mansion, Britain’s stand-in Prime Minister… accompanied by the interior designer Nicky Haslam, a fellow guest of the Rothschilds for the week.”

Yet in November 2008, Gordon Brown and Business Secretary Lord Mandelson went to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states to ask them to fund our shaky economies by putting billions into the International Monetary Fund.

Lord Mandelson acknowledged they offered the Saudis some financial influence over Britain and the West. This is the move to Eurabia — allowing Islam to take over Europe.

Lower down the hierarchy, journalists push the elites’ values and demonise those who defend the interests of British people. When they talk about the BNP or any patriots, the elites accuse them of “hating” others. The reality is that the only “hate” going around comes from these elites against the indigenous British people. On at least three occasions on Question Time, David Dimbleby swung his left arm across the front of Nick Griffin in a gesture of contempt.

Journalists with the wrong opinions are replaced by those with the correct ones. Sir Peregrine Worsthorne was apparently sacked as editor of The Sunday Telegraph because of his racial views.

Two days after the riots outside Question Time, Jack Straw was quoted in The Times as defending the Socialist Workers Party as “decent.” Mr Straw said, “What it showed is that there is something basically decent running through Britain and British politics from UKIP to the Socialist Workers Party. But he (Griffin) is beyond the pale on that.” Mr Straw was the man who was so happy to see Robert Mugabe take power in Zimbabwe.

The elites have no morals or conscience. Their only rule is that they must support each other in their ideological goals no matter what. If they do cross the line, they are summarily dispensed with.

In May 2004, the BBC reported that Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan was sacked after the newspaper conceded that photographs of British soldiers abusing an Iraqi were fake. The Mirror said it was taken in by a “calculated and malicious hoax” and that it would be “inappropriate” for Morgan to continue.”

The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment said The Mirror had endangered British troops by printing the pictures. Mr Morgan was not out of the picture for long, though. In December 2008 we learned that he would get £40,000 an hour for his new ITV chat show. This makes his salary a cool £1 million per year.

The same media cover up racist attacks on whites. Fifteen-year-old Kriss Donald was abducted off the streets of Glasgow by a gang of Muslims. They tortured and repeatedly stabbed him throughout a three hour journey. His end came in a park by the River Clyde where they held his arms and stabbed him 13 times. He sustained internal injuries to three arteries, one of his lungs, his liver and a kidney. He was castrated, had his tongue cut out, was doused in petrol, set on fire and left to die. His last words before they cut his tongue out were: ”I am only fifteen.”

He tried to crawl to the river’s edge to put out the flames, but died just short of the river. The Muslim murderers were protected by members of the local Muslim community in Glasgow. They were smuggled to Manchester Airport and flew to Pakistan but eventually were brought back and sentenced to life imprisonment.

Now I ask, if Kriss had been Asian or black and his attackers white, how much more widely reported would this case have been? Who has not heard of Stephen Lawrence and Damilola Taylor? Few members of the public know about this Kriss Donald case or the sickening details.
If Kriss had not been ”guilty” of being white but a “victim,” say, Asian, the story would have been national headlines for months and constantly brought up to incite other ethnic groups against white people and instill a sense of guilt onto us.

But no, Kriss is largely forgotten by the moral reprobates in politics and the media. You only hear about it on the Internet. A full enquiry about why it was ignored must be held. The Kriss Donald case highlights the effect of the sustained de-humanisation process to which white people are subjected. It is a major international incident if a non-white person is attacked and murdered, but white victims are not counted as important enough to even mention.

The great journalists have long since gone, leaving behind them only a gaggle of tame and frightened scribblers.

For example, Michael Wharton, alias Peter Simple, who was possibly the greatest satirist of the twentieth century writes no more. He was a columnist on The Daily Telegraph who mocked trendy bishops, Hampstead thinkers and the “anti-racist lobby” with several spoof characters and a device to alert people to prejudice. His words suffice to explain: “The Macpherson Report’s definition of a racist incident as ‘any incident perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person’ is causing immense trouble and confusion for all concerned. Yet there is a simple answer. As I have pointed out before, the Racial Prejudometer was originally developed by the West Midland firm of Ethnicaids. It calculates degrees of racial prejudice — ‘prejudons,’ which is the ‘internationally recognised scientific unit of racial prejudice’ — simply by pointing it at the suspected racist. At 3.6 degrees on the Alibhai-Brown scale, it sets off a shrill scream that will not stop until you’ve pulled yourself together with a well-chosen anti-racist slogan.”

Like robots contemporary journalists repeat meaningless clich├ęs: click . . . racist . . . .whirr. . . click . . . haters . . . clunk . . . Nazis . . . whirr . . . thugs . . . click . . . clunk . . . whirr . . . .

I went in search of the establishment’s ‘rational argument’ for its ideological position. I’m still in search of it.

They know they are not capable of presenting a refutation of our defence of the British people. They know that they have created the current situation through deceit, social engineering, propaganda and lies.

They also know that we have seen through them.

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