"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Monday, 17 May 2010

England -v- Germany Round 3?

Fausty has an interesting find.  The video recordings (twelve in all) seem quite informal and there's a fair bit of waffle and mutual back-slapping with Michael Shrimpton finally beginning to explain what he means at about 03:15 and then again at about 9:00.  Do go and listen -  it's a forty-minute talk walking us through from 1945 to present-day  and at the very least it's food for thought.
"Michael Shrimpton  is a barrister, called to the Bar in London 1983 and is a specialist in National Security and Constitutional Law, Strategic Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism. He has wide ranging connections both in Western Intelligence agencies and amongst ex-Soviet Bloc agencies. Michael has earned respect in the intelligence community for his analysis of previously unacknowledged post WWII covert operations against the West by organisations based in Washington, Munich, Paris and Brussels and which are continuing in post 9-11.

"He is Adjunct Professor of intelligence Studies, Department of National Security, Intelligence and Space Studies, American Military University, teaching intelligence subjects at Masters Degree level to inter alia serving intelligence officers. He has represented US and Israeli intelligence officers in law and has briefed staffers on the Senate select Committee on Intelligence and the Joint Congressional inquiry into 9-11, also addressing panels on terrorism in Washington DC and Los Angeles."
My Ramblings:
I don't get it.  Fascinating though it is, why would German Intelligence kidnap Madeleine McCann for an international paedophile ring?  I understand about the money supply side of things but to follow it through where Shrimpton takes us would mean accepting that there is a group of world financiers, self-servers, who consider themselves to be apart from, and better than, people like you and me, and that our elected representatives in the Houses of Parliament, represent them, not us.  Not really a big leap for me, I'm afraid, as you've probably gathered if you've stuck with the blog over the past year - I know there's something nasty waiting for us in the woodshed.

I just don't understand why Germany has been singled out.  A NWO is, by definition, international.  If anything,  I can understand Germany & England -v- France given the state of the EU and the eurozone.  Spanish Flu as a wmd?  I understand the thinking behind it but I don't get it.  I can see how it could all work and I can see why people like Shrimpton think this way but it's such a huge leap into the dark to agree.  He seems a bit Germany-focused to me and possibly trying to revive past glories.

I also take issue with Shrimpton's statement that a war between England and Germany would be over in 90 days - no it won't: we're destined to be part of an EU military force, that's why our own Armed Forces have been run down to such an extent.

I want to believe that all people are essentially kind and generous beings who would prefer peace to war, live in a country where individualism is not just 'tolerated' but welcomed and a world where we help our neighbours voluntarily, from our hearts, not via wealth re-distribution by the state - and this applies to 3rd world countries, not just our literal neighbours.

What the heck's wrong with our world?  I can give you one thing that's wrong and that's the insane rush for globalisation for the benefit of corporations and banks.  The world is in a bad way, socially, economically and politically and I believe it will get worse - until we can see the whites of their eyes you'll find me hunkered in the bunker counting my tins of spam and baked beans.

4 comments:

  1. Am onto it GV. Wonderful stuff currently listening to pt 9. Cui Bono from the death of hundreds of millions of Europeans then?

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  2. Has England declared independence EV?

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  3. I don't want to go that way, Incoming - I'm just like everyone else - waiting to erect the barricades :-)

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  4. Hi Conan - that'll be the day. If England declares independence then the Union goes up in smoke and all the EU treaties will be null and void. I wish! How are things in Scotland? Are you any further forward after all the years of Alex Salmond? Scotland's independence is probably England's best bet - I'd vote for Alex if he stood in London :-)

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