Political parties are all useless

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “MPs rocking in the aisles at the notion of ‘chemtr…“ails – 

I Wrote to Ed Miliband, he said ” he had noted my comments “. 
I have noted his name for the next election day. 


Owen Paterson fobs off letters and questions.   

Nigel Farage hides in the nearest pub at the very mention of chemtrails.  All political parties are managed by MI5 acting behind the scenes.  You need anti-chemtrails candidates to publicise this issue.

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6 Responses to “Political parties are all useless”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Youtube recently took down a video of a commerical Spanish pilot admitting on camera to a passenger that Chemtrails are “a necessary evil”. We are sprayed in Andalucia almost every day, except in the height of the tourist season.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Disclose TV have the link pilot says “Chemtrails are necessary evil”

    copy and paste


  3. Anonymous says:

    US pilots in Britain are more open about what these chemtrails are and are told that they are to do with climate change, some of these US pilots can see this is a lie.

  4. yes2truth says:

    MPs are only useless to us, but they are very useful to those who pull their strings. I would go as far to say that they are as essential to the PTB as the media.

    It’s all a matter of perspective.

  5. NPP says:

    Political parties will become redundant. We can have regional representatives along with direct voting. If we can bank online, let’s vote online for each issue.
    Political parties manintain a divide and rule system.
    aratnf 722

  6. yes2truth says:

    I know someone in local government who says Cameron has scrapped the regional assemblies nightmare saying they were a Blair/Presott fiasco Labour project.

    I have not done any research on this though.

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