Bill to reintroduce national service going through Parliament

Last time we did ‘national’ service.  Hurry up and wait.  Pointless tasks.  wasting everyone’s time.

There appears to be a lot going on behind the scenes.
In addition to banks planning another theft of money, as they did in Cyprus earlier this year, a bill is quietly going through to bring back National Service!  Similar is happening in America. The mass controlled media haven’t said a word about it.  It looks like they are planning another false flag outrage as an excuse to go to war!
the fake killing ofa soldier was that latest, the film footage taken froma mobile phone clearly shows the murdered soldier getting up and walking away.
My guess is an outrage will be set up as an excuse to attack Iran. All wars start with an outrage. It’s to give the masses the illusion they are in danger when in reality they are not! As well as the National Lottery I was wondering if they could have a “Guess the false flag outrage” competition! 
It looks like one more step down the road to complete totalitarian rule. Children are being brainwashed at school with political correctness babble. When teenagers they will then be brainwashed, via the military, into being loyal servants of the psycho elite. It has happened before, sadly it will happen again! People are too dumb to see it! 
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12 Responses to “Bill to reintroduce national service going through Parliament”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is the soldier you are talking about Lee Rigby? If so can you post a link to him getting up & walking away please.

  2. Nixon Scraypes says:

    I’d like to see that too

  3. Anonymous says:

    It isn’t “quietly going through”, more correctly it is sitting around doing nothing until the Second Reading in September (as the MPs are having a “well deserved” holiday to recuperate from all the sterling “work” they’ve been doing…).

    Nothing happens at First Reading apart from the short title being read out and possibly a date being set for the Second Reading:

    What happens at first reading?

    “The short title of the Bill is read out and is followed by an order for the Bill to be printed.

    What happens after first reading?

    “The Bill is published as a House of Commons paper for the first time.

    “The next stage is second reading, the first opportunity for MPs to debate the general principles and themes of the Bill.”

    Think this one was one of the series of bills that the anti-Dave backbenchers published en masse a few months ago – all of them are having second readings at some point:

    Can’t yet see the content, as the Parliament site says the full version of Private Member’s Bills aren’t published until the Second Reading, however at the First Reading of this one it was stated that the text should be published. Hasn’t happened yet.

    As a Private Members Bill introduced via the Presentation (Standing Order No. 57) method, it may not get far:

    “Standing Order No.57 permits any Member of Parliament to introduce a bill of his or her choosing after having given due notice. The bill is presented formally, which means that the Member introducing it does not make a speech. This type of bill cannot be presented until after the ballot bills have been presented and put down for second reading, so they are not likely to be high up the list on Private Members’ bill Fridays. They therefore have less chance of being debated and passed into law.”

    (Factsheet L2: Private Members’ Bill Procedure)

    And it could easily be “talked out” (filibustered) during any debate thus preventing a vote. Wouldn’t succeed without government support; however, governments can use PMBs as a way of introducing a measure on the QT – and Cameron has already set up the “National Citizen Service” which it is voluntary at present and lasts four weeks. Could be a toe-dip for the fuller version…?

    Interestingly the US has tried this about four times in the last 10 years, each time it was defeated or dismissed – see Wiki on the Universal National Service Act.

    The latest go from February is here:

  4. Anonymous says:

    What I don’t understand is why this ‘Bill’ is going through Parliament in the first place?

    Aren’t we now ruled/government by the Nazi’s in the EU?

    Which makes you wonder wtf our glorious UK politicians are being payed for.

    Jobs for the boys, and an utter scam.

    They represent themselves, not the people.

  5. shirlz007 says:

    I would actually like to see National Service reinstated! If it was used correctly… get rid of the nutters in Government first of course! Reinstate National Service, two or three years defending the rights of the oppressed around the globe, humanitarian work in Africa etc… should definatly introduce for youth offenders!

  6. shirlz007 says:

    In my opinion… this article from The Guardian is spot on concerning National Service! It doesn’t necessarily have to be serving in the armed forces for a ROTHSCHILD cause! (like I said, get the nutters out of Government first! LMAO)

    ”Remove the automatic association with the armed forces, apply it to both sexes, call it citizenship training or community service, and it could be a useful and enlightened bridge between school and whatever comes next.

    University is wasted on the immature, and it would be far better if people intending to go into further education spent a year or two (lengths of citizenship training could vary) working in their local hospital, the police force or some other public service. By the age of 20 or 21, they will be more mature and in a better position to tackle university life. They could also gain financial credits during their service, which would offset the ruinous fees now being charged by our higher education factories.

    Disadvantaged young people who might otherwise be anticipating a life of worklessness will be even better served by citizenship training, which could be tailored to give them skills that will serve them well when their period of service ends. Youth unemployment will be cut at a stroke and the workforce of the future will be far more skilled than would otherwise be the case. Young people who might otherwise be inclined to antisocial behaviour will be made to feel they are valued members of society, and taught social as well as occupational skills.

    Countries such as Germany, which had conscription until 2011, always made provision for military and non-military service, and the US, too, has a strong tradition of non-military service through organisations such as the Peace Corps. Switzerland retains military service for men, with non-military forms of service for women; but rates of avoidance are high, suggesting the emphasis on serving in the armed forces is off-putting.

    If Britain were to reintroduce national service, many young people would no doubt still choose to serve in the armed forces, which after all is probably the most exciting option, but there should be a rule that no one doing national service should be in a frontline position. Perhaps a more general rule could be introduced that no one under the age of 23 should serve on the frontline. After that, people are old enough to make an informed choice about the dangers they are facing. The deaths of so many British soldiers aged 21 and under in Afghanistan are a stain on our collective life.

    Many others doing citizenship training will, though, prefer to serve outside the armed forces, and it would be up to the government to find creative uses of their talents – running food banks at home, getting involved in aid programmes overseas, working as assistants in schools here and abroad, doing arts internships, setting up community radio stations, helping the elderly, the sick, the marginalised.

    The programmes should be designed to allow participants to play a full part in the life of the country and to learn what it means to be a citizen. They can be incentivised with education credits and tax breaks, and should be open-ended: perhaps a year minimum, but with the person allowed to carry on doing the work full- or part-time for as long as they wish.”

  7. Anonymous says:

    That Guardian article reads like a Fabian wet dream, which is not surprising considering this:

    “Consequently, in spite of disillusion with Capitalism, and the growing menace of failing trade and falling currencies, our democratic parliamentary oppositions, faced with the fact that the only real remedy involves increased taxation, compulsory reorganisation or frank nationalisation of the bankrupt industries, and compulsory national service in civil as in military life for all classes, dare not confront their constituents with such proposals, knowing that on increased taxation alone they would lose their seats.”

    “Compulsory national service is essential in Socialism, which is thus deadlocked equally by organised labour and by Capitalism.”

    George Bernard Shaw, “Socialism: Principles and Outlook”, Fabian Tract No. 233, 1930

    “it would be up to the government to find creative uses of their talents”

    Er, no thanks:

    “Young people are not raw material to be employed by the political class on behalf of whatever fashionable political, military, or social cause catches its fancy. In a free society, their lives are not the playthings of government.” (Ron Paul)

  8. Anonymous says:

    If politicians want to start a war, then why can’t they fight it themselves?

    ‘National Service’ is just another phrase for ‘We don’t want to get killed, so we’ll let Joe Public get killed instead’.

    WW1 and WW2 were just the same. Both were false flags pre-designed, and National Service was brought in then.

    History repeats.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m sure the film Starship Troopers was a blueprint, just take away the bugs and replace with whatever enemy the gangsters of zion want.

    Service with the federation guarantees citizenship blah blah.

    I know of a young man who has never worked, in fact everything the social services and dhs involved in his life have done was to make him reliant on the state with no incentive at all to go and find a job, and he’s not the only one for sure.

    Why has this been done? problem reaction solution

    They have created a lazy dependent generation, who they have then carefully “exposed” via their presstitutes, with the expected public “outrage”..(real or imagined)

    Cue the gangsters “solution”.

    And with the world being set for a continual war to seed the new jerusalem and its total control over all nations, a ready supply of cannon fodder will be required for the military industrial complex’s profits.

    When will mankind learn?????

    Maybe as a certain Mr Jonathan Strauss once said, the English arent worth saving….

  10. NPP says:

    Re: National Service Bill 2013-14
    This is new to me. Thank you for posting. Incredible. I am still drafting a letter response to my MP about UK involvement in Syria. This Bill will be mentioned in my letter.

  11. Anonymous says:

    The one to really go after is the Orwellian Police State bill, a.k.a. the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill which is considerably further forward than the National Service bill:

    Detailed analysis here:


    “The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill, which passed the committee stage of its progress through the House of Commons on Monday 15th July, purports to simplify this legacy of New Labour’s legislative promiscuity. In reality, it creates a series of wildly ambiguous, generic orders which grant officers of the state and private sector even greater powers to issue tougher sentences, with fewer checks and balances to protect citizens.”

    ASBO replaced by “IPNA”:

    “Whereas an ASBO could only desist the subject from certain actions, the IPNA includes ‘positive obligations’ (p10). This means the subject of an IPNA can be found in breach not simply for doing things they have been banned from doing, but from not doing things that the IPNA states they must. This makes an IPNA much closer to probation and other post-conviction arrangements than a civil order.”

    Introduction of “Public Space Protection Orders”:

    “PSPOs will be granted where ‘activities carried on or likely to be carried on in a public place will have or have had a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality’ (p21). They can be used to restrict an activity or require people to perform an activity in a certain way. They require substantially less consultation than current alcohol free zones or dog control zones and rather than applying to everyone, they can be applied to specific groups of people (the homeless, the unemployed, racial/religious groups etc.) – opening the door for discrimination. These rules could see homeless people or young people lawfully excluded from public spaces.

    “PSPOs are subject to ‘on the spot’ fines, rather than attendance at a Magistrates Court, reducing the scrutiny and checks on police power.

    “These orders are also by no means short term. They can be applied for up to three years, and continued for another three years at the end of their term.

    “The orders have been heavily challenged by Liberty and The Manifesto Club on the basis that they will seriously infringe upon people’s freedom to assemble, associate and protest. The Ramblers (the walking charity) have also given written evidence to the government raising their fears about the further appropriation of public highways, by ways and footpaths under the PSPO powers.”

    New “Dispersal Powers”:

    “The new Dispersal Powers mean police constables and even Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) can issue dispersal orders if they think a group of two or more persons might harass, alarm or distress others in the vicinity (p16). The PCSO or constable can specify how long the person/group must remain out of the designated area, and by which route they must leave, and also confiscate any items of their property which they deem anti-social. Failure to comply with any element of these orders results in a fine of up to £5,000 or three months in prison. The new legislation also fails to define ‘locality’ – meaning a person could be excluded from a city, a county or even a whole country (p17). In fact, York couldn’t even wait for the new legislation to pass and is already implementing the powers.

    “These new laws effectively end freedom of assembly in England and Wales, as any lawful assembly can be instantly redefined as illegal on the spot by some part time PCSO, people’s personal possessions can be confiscated, and anyone who dares to challenge the process will end up in jail.”

    Now you see why they want out of the Convention?

  12. Anonymous says:

    funny i saw this clip about the soldier lee rigby get up and walk away, but the film keeps being removed… i wanted to show my cousin who is a soldier…
    why does it keep being removed ? …

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