Wednesday, 25 January 2012
Thursday, 9 July 2009
EU FUNDING OF THE BBC
Early Day Motion
That this House notes that soft loans and payments amounting to 258 million euros over the last five years were paid by the EU to the BBC; believes that such payments compromise the independence and objectivity of the BBC o n EU issues; further notes that the BBC benefited by a cash-equivalent of approximately 39 million euros which is made up of 20.4 million actual saved interest on loan facilities of 240 million, 2.5 million in grants, 14.6 million to BBC World and 1.7 million euros in indirect payments; further notes that there are, in addition, undisclosed sums in respect of joint projects; further believes that these substantial benefits may offend against the BBC's Royal Charter, which demands independence, and also its editorial guidelines which state that the BBC should not `accept funds from any organisation whose interests or actions could raise doubts about the objectivity of programming'; and cites, as continuing evidence of BBC bias in its coverage of EU affairs, the BBC's refusal to broadcast coverage of the National Pro-Referendum Rally at Westminster on 27th October 2007; therefore calls on the Government to establish an independent inquiry into EU funding of the BBC and its impact on the BBC's objectivity on European matters and current debate over a referendum on the EU Constitution; and congratulates the Campaign for an Independent Britain for its initiative in uncovering this information.
What are we to think? What could be the Good? There can't be, unless the EU is above our law, and to be further above yet, without our assent. ANd why on earth should we give our assent, because we're incompetent? Well that's one good reason, if it's true, and the EU isn't incompetent. I haven't been certified incompetent by the EU. They didn't ask the people's permission, Oh no. So, they must think they know better, and the sheep people will benefit from their competent propaganda.
Let's be plain, this isn't the release of a documentary about an EU issue. Yes, so it may offend the BBC's Charter, and independence. Meaning, it may not. Ha Ha, I can't imagine how it does not, unless we the public incompetents, can anyone?
As far as I'm concerned, it's corruption, in addition to the pedophile rings, and the sham debates. We don't need an enquiry. Leave first, then conduct an enquiry. It's the giddy limit. No it isn't it's al we know - you can bet your boots, in addition to the 'Common Purpose' corruption, it's only what has been uncovered.
I'll speak plain: the EU is part of the Blair-Bush -Rockafella international crime Cabal. Crimes not only of fraud, theft and false improsnment, but deep physical and social harm; Ripping apart child bodies; poisoning, sexual abuse of children.; Torture and the smashing of families; Totalitarian imposition over freedoms. That is the cause of this deceptive propaganda funding.
But why did the BBC accept it, without consultation? The answer in short, is that the BBC was compromised by New Labour political interference orchestrated from the moment following 9/11. If you think you're incompetent, even expendable, vote for the EU. Otherwise, don't mistake the EU as somehow ruling over our own inner government corruption: the EU is integral to it.
Wednesday, 8 July 2009
The youtube Video presentations of The Antiterrorist are admirable, his speech eloquent. You can enjoy these and learn a lot, if you don't know them already.
The voice of reason.
I am not Anti-Government. I am Anti CORRUPT Government. Aren't YOU?
What ever you call it and what ever perspective you're looking at it from, it needs to be discussed.
The perceived 'benefits' come at the highest possible price; our FREEDOM.
The EU, The NAU, The Pacific Union and the African Union are the foundation blocks for the grand plan. Discuss it, research it. Do not take my word for it.
Whether you agree with my message or not, please, join the conversation. I encourage debate and respect your right to disagree. However, I reserve the right to remove vitriol or abuse, or any comments that do not further or add to the discussion.
Question everything, especially authority. Keep an open mind but stay on the path.
Rouse the others.
LEGATUS NON VIOLATUR
NOTICE *** Due to looming deadlines and the fact that my publisher is scarier than I am, I will not be taking an active part in the discussion for the time being. I will leave comments open and will be checking in regularly.****
You're tootling along, you think you have a pretty good bead on things, but something's not right somewhere, something just doesn't add up. Something.... is about to change.
It's like a constant annoying drone or a splinter too small to pick out easily. The world is out of joint but you just cannot put your finger on exactly what it is that's bothering you. It's fairly easy to ignore, so you do. For a while.
The thing about systems crumbling is that tiny bits begin to fall off at first. These tiny bits are very easy to dismiss, as in 'There's more homeless people downtown than I remember seeing last year,' then you put your pedal to the metal and drive on. You see prices beginning to rise in the shops because your currency is buying less and less every season, but the head of state is on the box saying the economy is fine and things are only getting better, so you change the channel. Then, larger chunks begin to break off - someone you actually know gets laid off or loses their house or gets arrested on a charge completely out of proportion to the offense they allegedly committed and it all seems to be a bit more personal and closer to home.
Then one day it reaches a critical mass. Someone or something brings the truth home to you - and you immediately shut down. It's too horrible to think about but still...despite all the mental evasions, the rationalising, the justifications, you inexorably find yourself moving to...
Anger. Some are enraged at the one with the new view of reality. They tend to vehemently demonise the people who are actively engaged in seeking truth as a group of tinhats, liberals, crazy people, idiots. They cling to the status quo they have become accustomed to but still, something has shifted in their lives at a molecular level. The new view isn't comfortable, but they find they are no longer at ease with the reality they hate to give up, either. It doesn't feel like home to be there anymore. They now have two choices; stay angry at the people with the new view of reality or move on to feel anger at the people in power.
Loads of people who are angry at the people in power get stuck there. They are the ones most frequently bitching away on blogs and forums - griping, moaning, shit-stirring - yet never actually doing anything but endlessly rehashing the problem. Once in a while, a few make it out and generally find themselves at...
Despair. People self-medicate or commit suicide or bore the socks off people at parties who generally aren't ready to have their world rocked. It's a very lonely stage. Many people never move beyond it. The ones who do find themselves washed up on the shore of
Doing Something. You are a living, breathing soul; this makes you powerful. So break the pattern of history - don't wait around to be told what to do, or where to stand or how to think. Don't wait on others with empty promises to do it for you. It's up to you to claim the power to change your own destiny.
People at stage four often find it's useless to trumpet their beliefs to all and sundry because they suspect nobody's really listening anyway. We are all assaulted on a daily basis by entities willing to spend vast sums of money and effort to capture and keep our attention - from the major media, to organised religion, to every commercial enterprise you can think of. There's no point in competing with them, yet if someone asks what you think and believe about the world, answer as simply and as truthfully as you can. You cannot convince anyone to accept at face value what you know, you can only point them in the direction where they can discover the truth for themselves, and you accomplish this most effectively by the example of how you live your own life.
For anyone considering their next move I would recommend that you must be willing to risk everything you possess. I am not saying that price will be extracted from you at the end - but you should be prepared for it to be. You must get yourself into the mindset of 'I am willing to risk everything for what I most desire.'
The world is what we make it, one individual at a time. I want to add to the sum total of beauty in it, a little at a time if that's all I can manage to accomplish. I decided a long time ago that I would be doing that anyway no matter what else was going on.
and Stage Five
Wake up. Create as you go. Keep on your toes. Fly by the seat of your pants. Don't forget to breathe. Be happy anyway. Remember you're in it for the adventure.
Broadcast transcripts and an excerpt from the first book, along with a stencil (to be used responsibly), are available on TheAT website. A link to which is available below.
Country: United Kingdom
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
- Seeks to 'establish control' over 'host' councils, cities and towns.
- 1st allegiance to Common Purpose
- Graduates show a reluctance to admit to belonging to, or funding Common Purpose.
- Common `Purpose are reaching into schools, are grooming children and seeking the 'right' headmasters.
- Councils are recruiting on behalf of Common Purpose amongst their staff.
- 26,000 + Graduates, paid for by funds diverted from the public purse, in positions of public service.
- Demonstrate allegience to EU
- Secret Society: Chatham House Rules.
- Penetrated all public services and major British institutes, including police, judiciary and, armed services
Saturday, 20 June 2009
Charisma is separate from your personality style, if as according to definition and the root of the word, it involves a gift of grace. In someway charisma appears in a natural way. But when I consider children, however charming, I couldn't describe them as charismatic, though their charm may become so; it's seems to be something that appears later on. I'm think that it's quietly earned through integrity, selflessness and such qualities. A child's sphere of influence is circumscribed by being under parental control. Saying that, I wouldn't rule it out in a young person...I disagree with Wikipedia: it is not a trait in the sense used in personality psychology. It can be lost quickly.
Distinction between appointed leaders and a natural leaders exist although, appointed leaders may have charisma, depending on who they are. Tony Blair was an appointed leader, but IMHO, I wouldn't say he had charisma: the public were told he had charisma, by inference from a fawning media. I would say he had appeal and rode on it, and appeal is not always charismatic - it's being attractive for any of a number of reasons; A facade, a portrayal, promising, indulgent, meeting a perceived need etc.., and even grooming for leadership behind the scenes. With Tony Blair, his need for approval was equal to the publics' need for a fresh start ; I don't think that that would be true of a charismatic person.