Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “It’s time to bring chemtrails into politics“:
Leaflets/flyers could be one avenue to go down with regards to chemtrails and post them through doors in your local area anonymously. They would only need to contain a brief simple explanation to the chemtrail existence with links to various websites. A screenshot of chemtrails would help too. You could do this on an A4 or even A5 flyer.
I can print off about 500 sheets of A4 for a cost of about £10 including paper and ink cartridges and that’s just from my crappy printer. I can then post them in half a day at the weekend. Small price to pay to wake up people.
Yes, a majority of people will just ignore it – however some will take notice. Waking up people is a slow… but sure… process. The snowball effect starts slowly but inevitably gathers momentum.
The internet is a relatively new invention and is great for most things. However, word of mouth and leaflets to spread knowledge is age old and still has it’s uses in the ever-increasing threat of government censorship of the internet.
TAP – I can post examples of leaflets on The Tap and people could print them out on their own PC printers etc so if you have examples, publish them online and send a link.
I am sure a constituency organisation would ensure a more powerful distribution network would get into gear. Individual efforts are admirable. Group effort will always go a lot further. Will someone set up the first constituency organisation for a stop chemtrails party? If they do, please send in an email or a post, and let us know. I am sure the first one will sprout many imitators, and be the beginnings of a national organisation. As for fundraising, charity begins at home, and this is about saving ourselves where we live, and millions of others around the globe.
The idea that UKIP would ever change much if elected seems fanciful. It’s another Rothschild managed-dissent organisation designed to eliminate the threat of independent thought on behalf of the powerful, by rounding it up and sending it down a blind alley. UKIP rank and file are as sound as they come, but at the top of the party, money, corruption and skullduggery are much in evidence.
I won’t elaborate on what I mean. You can find all of it written on this blog long ago, via a search. Offices were broken into. Files removed and computers seized by UKIP West Midlands in a well-planned raid on the party’s Head Office just near Oxford Circus. The Police did nothing to retrieve the goods. Control of the party passed to the private offices of one of the party’s MEPs, from where no one was elected to the NEC or the Euro Parliament unless they were approved by the cabal at the top. As far as I know that is still the case to this day. This state of affairs is never mentioned in the media which is odd.
(Recent EUreferendum.com piece on Farage –
She (Andreassen) says that it was Mr Farage’s jealousy of potential competitors inside the “one-man band” party that had prevented candidates from having their records checked. She says that Farage changed the party’s constitution last year “giving him full power on everything, including the establishment of strategy, policies and selection processes for candidates for elections“.
Notably, Andreasen says, “He’s the one who put candidates all over the place in as many seats as possible … He’s very attractive to the media because he’s a showman but he doesn’t have the patience or the interest in dealing with data”.
Despite the ring of truth here, Marta is too late to dent her erstwhile sponsor. The latest poll, as reported by ITV, has Farage’s “one-man band” surging to 22 percent of the vote.)
Farage skirted around these power blocks, building his position and denying any involvement in any ‘independence’ schemes within the party. His big moment came when Robert Kilroy Silk tried to hijack the party, and his attempt failed completely. People who had been jealous of Farage’s brilliance beforehand, and wanted him held back, were now grabbing his hand, to stop Kilroy Silk.
He’s gone a long way since, vastly helped by the treachery of David Cameron with Conservative voters, catapulting UKIP to possibly 25% of the electorate from 1.5% in 2001, and 3.5% in 2010.
The pity of it all is that UKIP, for all its promise, will turn out to be just another dead end. Farage may find a way to exert leverage over the political process, and even lever the UK out of the EU. But he offers no freedom from NATO, from the UN, from central bankers. The prison will be possibly made even more constricting for British people, than it is now. Inside the EU we are no threat to the powerful and their desire for open world government. Outside we might draw a lot a of unfriendly fire.
That said he is the only person in the political frame who talks the talk of independence. He might be playing the only game that’s possible to be played. His instincts could drive him on to demand more liberty, the further down the track he gets. But with Britain’s armed forced divided up with French forces and others wearing the NATO badge, an organisation, incidentally, which sprays us all from the air, on a daily basis with various toxic substances, in pursuance of the depopulation agenda, disguised as weather modification, how much liberty can our country realistically aspire to, whether inside or outside the EU?
With no mention of chemtrails by anyone in the media or politics, there seems a need for yet more political campaign. If, for example, there was a party standing in multiple seats at the next election, called STOP THE SPRAYING, it would force awareness on the multitude who have yet to notice they are living in a state which is quietly poisoning us all from the sky, in our water and food and through electronic measures. No doubt such a party would be ridiculed, as was UKIP not long ago, but how else can we get any message out there to stop the real criminals at the top escaping responsibility for their actions. Would anyone be interested in forming a political party to stand at elections in Britain called STOP THE SPRAYING?
The first applicants to any public meetings are bound to be MI5 agents, as we found in UKIP twelve years ago. Bags of cash and strange people turn up at meetings, even when they’re organised privately by phone. I’m not sure I’m ready for all that kind of thing all over again. I’m a bit old and have young family (interesting combination) . Maybe some Tap Blog readers could take on this idea and bring it to reality. There is a need to oppose UKIP and bring other issues out of the dark corners of our evil modern world.
Are there any other ideas?