I might just be talking about the weather. It’s a superb sunny day at Staverton Park. Ian Crane dropped lucky. In the breaks, folk are sprawling on the grass outside the conference room, chatting happily away with long drinks from the bar and cups of tea.
First off this morning was Brian Gerrish with his penetrating analysis of Common Purpose, the growth in Police powers and the appalling numbers of kids in the ‘care’ (inversion) system in Britain – no less than 68,000 with G4s and SERCO moving into the business, making fat profits from parental misery. Schools are becoming prisons with one school in Plymouth boasting 1300 CCTV cameras. ‘Winning’ is banned in some schools creating cultural confusion, while sexual images are pumped into children’s brains by the media. A new force akin to the Ha Jot (HJ in German – HItler Youth) is being created in Britain called Junior Police Community Support Officers. The totalitarian State is advancing fast by taking control of our children’s minds.
Images and stories of suicide are encouraged in school creative studies leading to higher rates of suicide amongst kids – all very dangerous. Next they are encouraged to attend university where they learn mostly useless information (some not so, of course, but rarely leading on the promised jobs), and equipped from the very start of their lives with the burden of debt, accumulating annual interest. (more on the legality of this later in the Roger Hayes British Constitution Group section).
Gerrish covers the fact that David Cameron was funded with an £800,000 donation from Anita and Poju Zabludowicz, ‘former’ arms dealers. He points out that Profesor Tony Badger, a successor to Victor Rothschild in Intelligence, was Mrs Thatcher’s head of Policy. She was just a continuation of the totalitarian programme in his opinion, and not as in favour of popular freedom as we were led to believe at the time. He points out that child abuse is the main controlling device used to keep politicians in line, with the threat of exposure held over them.
On the good side, in the last six months Gerrish sees far more people getting to realise there’s something seriously amiss in our society. More people are starting Common Law Courts, and finding ways to hit back in their local communities against the encroaching totalitarian state. They’re sectioning more people who try to fight back in retaliation, but if we don’t fight back, next stop will be ‘the camps’ and the elimination of opposition that way. Ridicule is often the most powerful device to deploy against bullies in the institutions of authority. Gerrish wants a return to spirituality – he recited the Ten Commandments saying they’re simply common sense.
Alex G made a fascinating talk covering many items in the media showing the subliminal messages and the ritualistic control of stars and starlets. His website is doomwatch.com. I won’t list out his act here. It wouldn’t be fair! Very amusing.
Patrick Henningsen gave a highly polished performance giving a rundown of the mainstream media’s concentration into very few hands – only 118 people directing the whole of US media, with nearly all of them having links into the military industrial complex. He described NLP techniques being used to influence thought and halt discussion – the ‘conspiracy theory’ method of stopping conversations. The ‘known truths’ – things we know but cannot prove, therefore cannot talk about – such as David Kelly being murdered, 7/7 being an inside job and so on. Only RT seems capable of providing a little opposition to the global media juggernaut, where Patrick has chalked no less than 60 appearances. He refuses to know his questions in advance to avoid the tendency to go scripted, common in other networks.
Bloggers are an essential new and rapidly growing dimension – the alternative media – while in Singapore, you need a licence to be allowed to blog, and more such controls are only to be expected in all parts of the world in time.
He has a new radio show Sunday Wire, attracting 30,000 listeners from 5 til 8 pm on GMN.
Roger Hayes of British Constitution Group talked through the fact that mortgages are essentially a fraud. They are a combination of a promissory note created by the ‘borrower’ and a deed. A promissory note – the promise to pay money on a regular basis until the money raised is paid off – is the equivalent of cash. In other words, you create the cash, not the bank. Under the Bill Of Exchange Act of 1882. How then, he asks, does the bank justify the charging of interest. The answer he claims is by fraud. The bank pretends that they created the money and lent it to you, when in fact the opposite is the case.
He asks the bank in the case of his own sister’s mortgage – ‘Did you lend the money, or did you facilitate credit?’ If the bank had the money waiting and actually transferred it to the mortgagee, then that would be a loan of actual money, but the bank doesn’t have the money. You create the money when you sign the promissory note.
He writes to his sister’s bankers,’ If the former, please provide provenance. If the latter, on what basis do you claim you are entitled to charge interest?’ The bank refuses to reply knowing the answer only too well. Mortgages as practised by banks are a fraud, and they should not be entitled to charge interest at all. They should only charge a fee, and all payments made should be considered as payments purely of capital.
He says we need a new banking system not based on fraud, but the government works for the banks as do the judges and the judicial system. He says we need a Grand Jury to handle an enquiry into the subject and overthrow the rule of the bankers. See more at www.thebcgroup.org.uk or at www.EREDGroup.com. He’s holding a conference at Stoke On tRent on 8th November 2014.
Patrick Henningsen told me don’t form a political party, and no one here seems that keen to do so. Rather he says, simply form a local association or a club which can campaign on topics as they arise. For example if I decide to stand against Owen Paterson in Shropshire North, go as an Independent in association with a group of local supporters, and a campaign which appeals to these supporters. If we can get fracking to the top of the agenda, Paterson should be toppled. Local people are getting very angry.
It seems he’ll be sent a lifeboat by Cameron with his likely appointment as European Commissioner in weeks. It might not be so easy to tackle a new candidate who will no doubt plead opposition to fracking, to head off any challenge.
Ian Crane says several MPs across multiple main parties play crooked, saying they’re against fracking in their own constituencies, but support its use in general.
Once all the main parties have to campaign against fracking in its totality to get elected, we just move on to the next topic. The next election might turn on fracking as popular concern accelerates. From July 1st, 64% of Britain will be licensed for unconventional gas exploration and development. It’s coming your way soon if it hasn’t already done so.