Guido’s Blog and UKIP close in on the NWO

I’ve often written on here that UKIP needs to broaden its attack.  The EU is of course a major threat to our freedom, but it is far from being the only one in town.  There’s the UN, NATO (chemtrails), Common Purpose, the Family Courts, the paedophile rings that control politics and the judges, the BIS, fluoride in water, the Rothschild Zionists in all their manifestations.

Nigel Farage’s reply whenever asked why he doesn’t tackle some of these other programmes of the One World Government (all are linked), in the past,  said ‘UKIP doesn’t do conspiracy’.

Is all this about to change and conspiracy to become mainstream?  To find Guido writing about Common Purpose, and UKIP to be opening up on a raft of cases where Common Purpose has removed children from families for quite ludicrous reasons, or barred people from jobs, is a first.

(He waited for the Daily Mail to break cover first, it has to be said, and he treads carefully not to be tarred with the conspiracy brush)

The public, given the non-stop giveaway news stories,  must now surely be starting to get it.  Jimmy Savile hit hard, then the Cameron ‘paedophile witch hunt’ episode, as the paedophile story nearly broke into 10 Downing Street (and still could).  And now this.  Surely people can start to join the dots.  This is all one programme of abuse of us as a people – of all of humanity by a level of untouchable power that operated in secret for far too long, of which Joyce Thacker is just a snowflake, sitting on the merest tip of a vast iceberg.

Guido still frames the topic as one of left politics versus right, as below, as do other bloggers like Delingpole.  But they’re all getting much closer to the mark, as if they really know, but don’t yet want to run down the chants of ‘conspiracy’ emanating from such high-brow commentators as Ian Hislop, whose livelihood depends on a long-running BBC contract.  The possibility of looking for the overview still rests in the hands of ‘conspiracy’ fraternity, operating as if on a different planet.  They are not.  All is one.  It’s time to join the dots.

Rotherham’s UKIP Child-Catcher Joyce Thacker
Follows Common Purpose’s Progressive Agenda

There is no doubt that the children removed from the foster care of a UKIP supporting couple are just the latest victims of the culture war being waged by so-called “progressives”. Marxists and Fabians have long waged war on the traditional family since the days of George Bernard Shaw when he wrote in “Socialism and the Family”

………….the relentless drive to have the state takeover the bringing up of young children so that both parents can be expected to work. The perverse incentives of the tax and welfare system undermining marriage not to mention the rendering of the concept of marriage legally meaningless by legislating for same-sex marriages which can not produce children. All these policies are part and parcel of a progressive imperative stemming from a mindset which understands consciously or unconsciously that the traditional family is the fundamental building block of societies which are incompatible with progressive values.Today’s progressives have changed their language not their essential antagonism to the family.

… Joyce Thacker, who had a car-crash interview on the Today programme this morning, is the council’s Strategic Director of Children and Young People’s Services. Thacker is yet another graduate of the Common Purpose organisation which pursues a“we know best” Fabian-style progressive agenda in the public sector. She was a project advisor for a pilot programme, run by Common Purpose, that was concerned with diversity issues in the West Yorkshire area. Something tells Guido she has an axe to grind in this and is not a neutral public servant…

Telegraph Blogs

Daily Mail is at it too


Andrew Neil @afneil 24 Nov
We are bidding for Leader of Rotherham Council to appear on Sunday Politics tomorrow. So far we’ve hit a brick wall. What a surprise #bbcsp
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Anne M @meganne121 24 Nov
Barnardo’s would not allow me to be a volunteer befriender of young people leaving care when I told them I was standing for UKIP #UKIP
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Nigel Farage @Nigel_Farage 24 Nov
Rotherham council partially backtracking allowing this couple to still adopt. But by the sounds of it, only white children. New Apardheid?
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Michael Heaver @Michael_Heaver 24 Nov
Rotherham Council saying UKIP supporters can only foster white kids. Who are the racists here?
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TAP – yet not all get it yet in the media – surprise, surprise.  Ian Hislop wants to keep his seat on HIGNFY for starters.


Anonymous said…
It’s also interesting to consider Hislop on last week’s HIGNFY – the Common Purpose articles by the Daily Fail were mentioned and Hislop completely dismissed it as, yep, a conspiracy theory, scoffing that it couldn’t possibly be true. Because, y’know, it was in the Mail.

TAP – Yeah.  Like he and Merton never discussed Jimmy Savile  in the OUTTAKE transcript.


Perhaps the least surprising aspect of the Rotherham childcare story is that Car Crash Commissar and Child Catcher in Chief Joyce Thacker was a member of Common Purpose.
The secretive Fabian organisation has been getting quite a bit of media attention, lately, thanks to a bravura investigation conducted by the Daily Mail. Common Purpose has been described as a Left-wing version of the Freemasons (apologies to the Freemasons who certainly don’t deserve to be bracketed in the same noisome category)

TAP – are you sure, James?

and to get an idea how it operates, here’s an excerpt from the Mail piece:

‘It’s a new old boys’ network,’ he explains ‘but the Left’s version of it — and I don’t like secretive deal-making and “group think” of any kind.
‘What is interesting is that the same people appear in the same jobs, in different places, as if through a revolving door. They work for local authorities, leave, then come back as freelance “consultants” with huge, inflated fees. They are often mediocre and there is no evidence of how or why they were chosen.
‘They can leave a council with a terrible reputation yet pop up next minute as head of a regulatory body and as a trustee of numerous bodies. It is a real money-spinner.
It’s also, just like Agenda 21, a way of entrenching the ideology of the communitarian left – in the civil service, in the police, in the media (especially the BBC/Guardian) and, of course, among such local government apparatchiks as Joyce Thacker.

TAPAgenda 21?  Needs a link too, James.  Most people still have no idea they are targeted for depopulation.

Given that this is all established fact rather than conspiracy theory, you might imagine that someone like Ian Hislop – what with his being the editor of Britain’s leading satirical magazine – would consider this a story of some significance. The kind of scoop, indeed, that in its early days, before it became a mouthpiece for the soft-left establishment Private Eye might have been keen to bag itself.
Definitely not today though. Listen about 13 minutes in to Friday night’s episode of Have I Got News For You to the bizarre spectacle of Britain’s supposed leading satirist pouring scorn on the Common Purpose story – aided and abetted by the Left-wing comic Marcus Brigstocke. ……… Hislop appeared quite incapable of offering any evidence to support his argument: he seemed to think that caricaturing the story in a sneery voice and noting – boo hiss – that it came from the Daily Mail was more than enough to prove his point.
It wasn’t.

TAPConspiracy is getting within reach of mainstream.   If Cameron falls, it might finally arrive.  Meantime Guido, Delingpole and those making a living in the media are dragged closer and closer to the edge of mentioning the real agenda.  Until they do, people can still come to the Tap and find it here.

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6 Responses to “Guido’s Blog and UKIP close in on the NWO”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Sheffield which is Labour controlled, has spent millions of pounds sending Councillors to Common Purpose seminars.
    One of the first things the English Democrat Mayor of Doncaster did, was to stop sending Council employees on Common Purpose seminars. He saved hundreds of thousands of pounds at a stroke for ratepayers.
    Rotherham is Labour controlled, I would guess they are Common purpose supporters, the way they are flooding foriegners in.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s also interesting to consider Hislop on last week’s HIGNFY – the Common Purpose articles by the Daily Fail were mentioned and Hislop completely dismissed it as, yep, a conspiracy theory, scoffing that it couldn’t possibly be true. Because, y’know, it was in the Mail.

  3. Anonymous says:

    UKIP can and will be infiltrated and subverted just like all the other political parties. Sorry to sound negative, I realise it’s exciting for people to see UKIP start to get a useful political base, but it’s not politicians who will rid the world of evil. Any pyramid structure will be infiltrated easily and political parties are always of that type.

    Fun to watch the developments from the Antipodes though.

  4. Tapestry says:

    UKIP is well penetrated at the top, I agree, Aussie. It’s all just theatre laid on to deceive, in the end of the day. Yet still the message has to get out somehow, and both UKIP and the Conservatives are an important channel. The powerful have to take account of public opinion, and that will be changing fast, if discussions about Common Purpose become mainstream. When such things were never mentioned at all six months ago, these are exciting developments.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Common Porpoise is alive and well within all well known political parties (even those that get the negative reporting) which lets be honest are all owned by the same entities at the top. The truth of the matter is that its the age old battle betwen the rich and the rest of humanity, and their change agents such as the ‘porpoise are the weapons they use to destabilize.

    It certainly isnt a conspiracy “theory”, although it is a conspiracy, as I have had first hand experience of them from the earliest days when they were just starting out as the shadowy friends of the fat man with two Jags, leaning on policemen and other public bodies, and this was in the days when Labour hadnt become “New” and were the so called opposition.

    Latterly I have witnessed their “graduates” bully and intimidate decent, hard working colleagues virtually into suicide, and in some public bodies they have taken over to such an extent that very little work gets done, instead endless witchunts and investigations against those who are seen as a threat(a common victimising ruse to get rid of long term staff who are to be replaced by yes women/men is to find fault in the targets mental abilities, such as “not being able to retain information”). Elsewhere, tried and tested work formulae are turned on their heads for new-wave thinking which end in failure and disruption, which is part of the plan of course.

    These so called new leaders are the follow on from the types who ran the Nazi and Communist administative departments, those who signed death warrants safe in their own egotistical ideals. Dictatorships always recruit their useful idiots from the ranks of the insignificant, the social misfits and those who have an angst against normality, nurturing these peoples vanity by promoting them to positions they would never have achieved otherwise, the masters are guaranteed obedience for their dastardly plans.

    Interestingly, just like the disproportionate number of politicians with criminal conviction, it would appear that many of these “charitable graduates” have child related previous-just google James Rennie.

    So the nest time you get a blank “computer says no” stance from a manager, it may just be stress or alck of people skills, but then again he may have just been on a short break enjoying some “training” 🙂

    Sorry about the long post, but after witnessing my colleagues breakdown due to these bastards, then it had to be said.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Common sense not Common Purpose

    Common purpose-unfit for purpose

    Rolls right off the tongue….time to fight back?

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