KEEP BRITAIN FREE
Fishman - I sincerely hope it does before the so called 'second wave' comes crashing to the shore.
Just heard that there are rumblings in Westmister involving the all powerful 22 Committee and their concerns about Boris and Cummings messing up big time. Rumour has it that they want Boris & Cummings out for sure hopefully more will follow. They also want Parliament back in situ so things can be thrashed out as they should be. Lets watch this space with fingers cossed.
I want Parliament GONE. The idea of Parliament is great, but with technology these days, we just don't need it. Take a look at all the ZOOM conferencing that has gone on over Lockdown. We now have the ability to take control (as much and as little as we personally want) over every aspect of our lives. Why entrust a 'middleman/woman' who as recent experience has shown, can be bought for a few shekels or worse, an ideology?
I want rid of the lot of them.
To the original poster, I do feel the tide is changing. Even with another lockdown, I think we have enough people now who know they've been 'hoodwinked' and are confident to say so and not let the 'end-game' unfold.. The rest are just scared. Scared for their jobs, scared about 'speaking out' and what their friends, colleagues etc. will think of them. Scared for the ramifications. Me, I'm past all that. I am now at war with the police, the Council, the Government, the media and anybody else that wants to try to convince me there is such a thing as COVID19. It's the logical position to find oneself if you've done as little as 20 hours research on the whole SCAMDEMIC.
As I married into Italian heritage, the war cry there is 'FORZA ITALIA' (forget the association of Berlusconi.....Forza Italia means 'Come on, Italy'......so in the same vein, as we all inhabit these fair Isles, and as the puppet (sorry muppet) in Scotland has already shown her undying allegiance to the WHO, Europe,the UN and the New World Order, I say......
COME ON BRITONS!
Unfortunately parliament gone and replaced by technocrats (so-called experts) is part of the plan.
Since Parliament has never really acted in favour of 'the will of the people' and as the last four years of 'government' has truly been a fiasco, I have to ask would its dissolution be such a bad thing? What I am calling for is 'managers' (technocrats if you like) that are elected BY the people and are told what to do BY the people, not selected by the <1% and then tell the people what is going to happen. There is, I think , a fundamental difference between the two. The system would be kept in check by a totally transparent online method of checking what the votes were for any particular initiative. It would of course mean people standing up for what they individually believed in as there would be an electronic record of such voting, unlike the 'anonymous' method we have at the moment. And I know there could be coercion by employers, peers, other people in your life to vote a certain way on certain issues, but if we say that people have the right to a vote (one person / one vote) then we have to afford 'democracy' the idea that with this 'right' comes the responsibility for every person to stand up for themselves to be represented.
Good man Alan, say it as it is, I LIKE THAT. I do agree that all government agencies need a good pasting they have had it cushy for far too long. Job for like with an eternal cry of lack of funds. Councils are my pet hate, and as one of their own pointed out the only thing there were interested in is getting the council tax in and giving themselves a rise after they had put it up. When you think about it there is no-one who is tough enough to take on the job of PM anywhere in any of the parties but I think on this forum there are quite a few who could sit at the top table and plan a way back to recovering our liberty, how are you fixed Alan?
But that's kind of my point TwinkleToes.....we may need 'managers' of a system, but do we need parties and leaders etc? Let's say for instance there was an initiative on addressing the needs of autism....I would be over that debate in spades......but one on fox-hunting or badger culling?......I may peruse it but it wouldn't mean as much to my circumstances.
My son asks me all the time, 'is this to do with politics?'. My answer is the same. Everything is to do with politics.....well practically everything. That's why every decision you make in life has ramifications somewhere and why thinking your civic duty is being fulfilled by crossing a box every five years, is to my mind, going about it the wrong way.
this video shows the tide is turning in germany and possibly america
I love this guy and his videos seem to be what I was trying to say....
I cancelled my Council Tax this week. The masks on children returning to school were one thing, but when I found out the Council Gestapo are going around local cafes wanting them to implement more 'track and trace'...that was it for me. They can all go to hell. I am sick and tired of paying for police, sick and tired of paying for a 'ONE VOICE' that marches relentlessly towards UN Agenda 21 and 30.
I'm sick and tired of rules and regulations all made to fill the coffers of someone's bank account. To quote that great, ephemeral statesman......'I'd rather die in a ditch'.
Brilliant. vid link, thanks for uploading........yes, this is what we are all really saying, is it not? . WE are all one with each other and our planet and beyond.
And Alan........no dying in ditches for you right now please! That would just be another CV death to add to their lying stats!!! 😃
Ha Gerry....I've as much intention of dying in a ditch as Boris had....mind you, I have just re-built the front end of my campervan so let's hope I did it right.
I would like to think so, but shouting in an echo chamber and getting replies from people (like me) who agree with you is not enough. Action over words. Ask yourself what are you doing to fight this assault on our liberty.
I agree London Tokyo....but I'm at this moment nursing a very sore back from finishing my van. I haven't worn a mask since it was introduced over five weeks ago. I have engaged with neighbours to question them about what they think. I have cancelled my TV licence and Council Tax direct debits. If everyone else in the country had done this much (this little really), we would now be back to normal. Just by saying 'no', I'm not doing that, we would be back to normal. Oh and I've written a song based on 'Simple Simon Says' which needs mixing and also written a kind of 'We shall overcome' anthem' called 'I will not be silenced anymore', which I hope to upload next week in order for people to collaborate by singing their part, then uploading it, from which I can create a 'massed choir' effect....the kind of thing that would have been very powerful at the rally on Saturday.
So that's what I've done. Hopefully, from little acorns....
Damn fine stuff, Alan!
Fishman - In answer to your question - 'Anyone sense the tide is turning?' Well I have a little theory. I do have hundreds of them though, as I like awake most nights scheming against the Government, and lots of crazy junk goes round in my head. However here it is for all its worth. As you know, they are ramping up testing big time and some businesses like cafe's, bars, shops, food processing plants etc are closing because some staff have tested positive. If this happens on a grand scale and staff are forced to isolate for 2 weeks, aren't they going to ask their workmates questions like "were you ill with it" when they return to work? When thousands of people who have been stuck indoors for 2 weeks suddenly realise they and their comrades were actually fine and hardly anybody was ill, then maybe the tide will change. Does anybody have the figures to say out of all those who have isolated these past weeks, how many have actually got ill with the virus? Now those figures would be interesting. What do you think will make the tide turn? I welcome your thoughts.
When all is said and done, I keep coming back to this quote which I've had up on my wall for years:
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
(R. Buckminster Fuller)
Vaccine Non Consent form - Legally binding for the Ministers. 3 Rounds papers and dafault judgment if MP's fail to respond. We the people are presumed to agree to lockdown and vaccines unless we individully write letter of Non Consent .