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February 11, 2011

TFIF

It wasn't too bad when I first woke up - lashings of rain of course but it's only weather after all. The trouble began when I read THIS, the first page I turned to in the Telegraph.

As if that wasn't depressing enough I then had the idiotic idea to go to Google Search and YouTube to see what else might be available on DSK as he's affectionately known. From there I rashly followed a trail through David Lang, James Warburg, the World Conservation Bank, Michael Sweatman, The Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, David Hunt, David Spangler, the Findhorn Trust, and an assortment of kooky esoteric practices.

Suitably hacked-off I then had to go and deal with authori-teh on a local level (my bank) so here I am, back home and in need of a little hope and a nice cup of tea. Right on cue, here's Nigel:

11 comments:

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

This is what Obama and the libs want for us ... A great new world order. Britain really needs to leave that group.

LL said...

It's just another brick in the wall toward a disintegration of the EU.

The Germans and the British don't really want the EU anymore. And the French will pull it's chair from the table if they leave -- so Portugal, Spain, Slovenia and Denmark will be left with the Euro...

Nickie Goomba said...

Now Portugal is in need of a massive bailout. This is yet another slow-motion car crash.

Nickie Goomba said...

That video of Nigel must be seen. For any person demanding the EU Referendum, this video is one to savor.

Zio Rico said...

When the UK leaves the EU the whole thing will crumble and it is about time.

Anonymous said...

what's wrong with kooky esoteric practices? ;)

Goodnight Vienna said...

LL - The British have never had a voice on the EU in its present format. It sounds histrionic to say that we were betrayed by successive governments but, really, that's what it all boils down to. I hope your predicted fall will come sooner rather than later and from inherent weaknesses rather than the will of the people - better peaceful than violent.

The Fabians, our favourite international socialist group, used to operate along the lines of saying one thing while doing another. The EU construct is no different - it's just that people are taking a long time to realise the danger.

Anon - let's talk. Are you on Facebook?

banned said...

The House of Commons voted 242 to 22 against allowing prisoners the vote (400, mostly socialists and Gov. ministers) abstained.

The EU demands that all prisoners do have the vote so it's a bit like Kentucky deciding to allow handguns after Congress had banned them.

Watch that space.

The_Kid said...

Self-preservation will separate the hosts from the parasites.

They Say/We Say said...

I read a book called "Merchant Bankers".
I sort of knew some of it.
The author was a Warburg.
Being a part of the (family) same social class, was granted interviews by most of the Big players.
He told some of the history of all of them; how Hitler destroyed his folks banking business.
How most all of the others married into each others; and are all - inlaws now.
The Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, Liehmans, Vander Bilts, Goldman, on and on. These mergers were made through arranged marriages.
The Fabians are every where...The Fabians are every where.
Just look in all of the countries governments; mostly in an advisory position.

They Say/We Say said...

On 9-11-2001 I asked someone who had a computer connected to the internet, to search Fabians.
The result was an explanation of The Fabians surrounding Pres. Reagan.