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Secession: A Call to Arms


This is my country and my home. I have seen it destroyed.

From: http://tfiafc.blogspot.com/2011/06/call-to-arms-democracy-via-secession.html

A Call to Arms

In writing ‘A Call to Arms’, my aim is to try and get people talking about a ‘solution’ to our political slavery.

In the blogosphere we are too prone to discuss – ad nauseam – all the wrongs done us, yet rarely do we seem to stray towards identifying what action(s) will save us.

Such has been the duration of our servitude that today there really is no separation between Brussels and Westminster – they are one and the same, populated by members of a shared, anti-democratic political class. In public they maintain the myth of a division between European and British politics, yet they are merely the distant and local faces of the very same government. That is what people must realise.

To be rid of one we must be rid of BOTH. If ever we are to be truly free, we must fully separate ourselves from not only their abusive and corrupt politics, but also the many millions of willing British serfs who, through a combination of ignorance, idleness and naivety, still support them.

I am not for an instant saying it will be easy or quick. I am not pretending that they will let us go willingly. Yet I have thought long and hard about this, and it is my firm conviction that absolutely nothing short of secession will work.

‘A Call to Arms’ is available below and can be viewed full-screen. It is also downloadable as a .docx file and a pdf.

Thank you for reading.

My reproduction of “A Call To Arms” (see original document for footnotes, etc.) (my emphasis in red):

A Call to Arms

Democracy via Secession

“When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another… a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation”.
U.S. Declaration of Independence

Where the people fear the government you have tyranny. Where the government fears the people you have liberty.
John Basil Barnhill

Power is never given; it must be taken.
Anonymous

 A Call to Arms

Great Britain is dead. It has been killed by the very politicians entrusted with its care, many prints are on the murder weapon and there is no hope for some Lazarus-style revival. What exists today as the 11 regions of the UK is but a rotting corpse propped up by a failed state, and as with any parasite that kills its host, all that remains is for the latter to join the former on the dunghill of history where it, too, will putrefy, fester and finally crumble to dust. Chaos will reign when it does.

Each of us therefore has a choice: do we remain and go down with the ship; do we individually flee abroad; or do we secede and begin anew with a government of our own choosing? I believe we must pick the latter option. I urge this course of action because we each carry the seeds of freedom and liberty within ourselves, and we should each make the choice to transplant and let them take root in a new setting. If we are to survive as a recognisable people we have no other option but to come together as free men and women and construct a new nation amidst the ashes of the old.

Who could not imagine that shorn of the dead weight of the Tory, Labour and Liberal parties, the BBC and ITV, the Times and the Guardian, Westminster, the EU and the great lumpen mass of the public, we as a group would not be infinitely better off? ‘The talking must stop some time and things are getting urgent. We have to take control peacefully, before it spirals down into uncontrollable violence. In order to justify our decision we need not once again itemise the injuries done to us, catalogue our grievances or enumerate the costs of the corrupt state we linger under, for it is impossible for anyone to be unaware of the burden of our oppression and the violation of our natural rights. ‘The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country’, thus we need people who are instead willing to fight. There is much work to be done and we have no time to lavish on those with eyes that will not see and ears that will not listen.

‘In surveying the state of the world, one is often at a great loss whether to ascribe the political misery of mankind to their own folly and credulity, or to the knavery and impudence of their pretended managers… There must certainly be a vast fund of stupidity in human nature, else men would not be caught as they are, a thousand times over, by the same snare; and while they yet remember their past misfortunes, go on to court and encourage the causes to which they were owing, and which will again produce them.’ Blogging is surely nothing but a cul-de-sac of dreams if it doesn’t lead to positive, real-world actions, and I believe it is within our power to rally people towards secession. There will of course be naysayers with alternative, tired, hopelessly flawed plans of their own, hence to dismiss them for the very final time let us review their supposed solutions:

Start a new political party An utter waste of time. UKIP and Sir James Goldsmith’s Referendum Party are proof that such a course is hopeless against the entrenched and gerrymandered ‘big three’, supported as they are by the forces of the mainstream media and the rent-seeking mass public. It is in fact the stranglehold of that God-awful and irreformable triumvirate that we are striving to be rid of.

Reform an existing political party Ditto. To play by the enemy’s rules is to accept defeat before the first whistle has even been blown. As above, we would never be sufficient in number to gain control, the powers-that-be would thwart any attempt, nor could such an act be achieved in our lifetimes. Anglo-European politics is precisely designed to prevent attempts at real reform, and even if the 1972 European Communities Act were to be repealed to free us from the federalists, to leap from the EU frying pan back into the Westminster fire would be no solution at all. The enemy is already within the gates.

Encourage mass protests Once striking miners will testify to the effectiveness of that. Furthermore, the public are ignorant of the truth so they wouldn’t turn out, the rent-seekers possess a majority of millions and would be opposed, the police would be waiting to put us in jail, hospital or, if we’re unlucky enough, the morgue, and at the end of the day we’d just have a long, lonely and dismal walk home.

Withhold our votes Pathetic. A silent slave makes even less of a difference than one who squeaks occasionally. Have you ever seen a pollster report the results of an election truthfully, that is, give the results as a proportion of all adults, rather than just the fraction that turned out? Neither have I. We’d be ignored just as we are now.

Force a referendum on EU membership Tory betrayal heaped upon Tory betrayal saw that off, with the truest and bluest retards conned into voting for the transparently traitorous David Cameron, labouring as they did under the misapprehension that his deeds would match his words. Once again, it would also be insufficient.

Armed revolution Quite.

To paraphrase Will Hutton then (without the sneering scorn and sarcasm), the state is, ‘inefficient, bureaucratic and monopolistic. It [unjustly] taxes, legislates and regulates… [and] it infantilises everyone and creates dependencies – whether of welfare recipients or companies queuing up for subsidies and grants.’ Is it not then self-evident that the government and society we have are not only irredeemably corrupt but also corrupting; that as free men and women we have the right to withdraw our consent; and that as a result we have the natural right, indeed the obligation, to institute new and better government of our own choosing?

Government requires able and talented officers, not the feeble and inept traitors we have at present. Through their incestuous conniving these careerist politicians and silver-spoon despots might as well declare themselves governors by ‘divine right’ such is their grip on power. Whilst the faces may occasionally change the elite’s agenda remains forever intact, irrespective of election results. No one with genuinely reforming thoughts has a prayer of ever getting into a position of influence because these people, with their nigh-on hereditary retention of control, simply prevent it. They are able to easily extinguish any threat as soon as it sparks into life or, like euroscepticism, divert it away to aimlessly spit and fizzle in futility and frustration.

For God’s sake, we’re talking about our lives here! The relentless rise of both the state and its tax burden has crippled us. The national debt it obligates us to pay continues to grow inexorably, and this year we will each have to work 149 days just to pay our taxes. This is intolerable! I wouldn’t be suggesting that we sever the political bond between us and the rest of the country if it wasn’t vital, but there is simply no other option. Out there in the towns and shires are tens of millions of rent-seekers, from the lowliest methadone-abusing dolite to the highest expenses-abusing EU Commissioner. These leeches below and vultures above drain the lifeblood from us, and they put the traitors back into power election after election because they vote for those who continue to serve them bread and circuses, all funded with our taxes.

To quote Gordon Brown: ‘Politics is about shaping the debate as much as winning the debate itself,’ and never was a truer word spoken, which is almost unbelievable considering the man himself. If we thus stayed to fight it out in Britain how, as but one example, would we overcome the mainstream media – the lie factory – to get our message out? In short, we couldn’t. I know it and you know it, so why fear secession when every other escape route is barred? The power of the mass media is such that they exclude topics they don’t want discussed (and anyone who wants to discuss them), whilst then framing what they do want spoken of in such a way that vital issues are narrowed to a pointless, yet exclusive, Punch and Judy slanging match between the major parties. How else did the 2010 election debates include only Cameron, Clegg and Brown? How else are we bombarded with talk of ‘cuts’ when state spending is actually rising? How else can the ‘big three’ decry each other’s strategies when on every fundamental matter their views are identical?

As most of us therefore realise, politicians in this country, and the power elite that support them, are in truth part of an unaccountable class that transcends both elected institutions and national borders. They’re supranational in their outlook, largely concealed from public view, and hold interests not only separate to our own but in diametric opposition to them. ‘The British House of Commons, British law courts and British civil servants are still here, but they have become agents of the European Union… This is no accident.’ In fact, ‘the greatest single revolution of the last century in the political sphere has been the transfer of effective power over human lives from the constitutionally visible offices of government, the nominally sovereign offices, to the… invisible government created in the first instance by legislature and executive but rendered in due time largely autonomous… [and] often nearly impervious to the will of elected constitutional bodies.’

These autocrats couldn’t give a damn what happens to us as long as they keep getting paid their blood money, and when it benefits them to do so they will happily sacrifice all of us – our families and children, our standard of living and our freedom – on the altar of collectivism. What, for instance, do such people care if we become a racial minority in our own land? All the better for them as more immigrants means more rent-seekers, more mouths suckling to the big government teat, screaming their demands for ‘public’ money delivered through grievance politics. What do they care if gas and electricity prices treble because of their insane eco-fascism? It isn’t their elderly relatives who must choose between eating and heating, with the attendant risk of illness and a one-way trip to a superbug-ridden hospital. And what do they care if they deliberately cause fuel prices to rocket, such that families work to do nothing but fill their cars and pay their bills, with nothing left to save? Gordon Brown’s own barrister was quoted as saying that, ‘manifesto pledges are not subject to legitimate expectation’, thus when even what they openly promise cannot be trusted, when they will not even pretend to uphold their end of the social contract, then I say the bond is broken and they can all go hang. The immutable principle is that we are the people, we have the right to create our government, and we earn the money so we should say how it’s spent.

The set of circumstances that we face has not occurred overnight of course, yet it is swiftly reaching its denouement. ‘In the name of education, welfare, taxation, safety, health, environment, and other [supposedly] laudable ends, the new despotism confronts us at every turn.’ The state, ‘covers the surface of society with a network of small complicated rules, minute and uniform… The will of man is not shattered, but softened, bent, and guided; men are seldom forced by it to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting. Such a power… prevents existence; …it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd.’

In this, ‘the British have only themselves to thank; their downfall is a weakness of character – a corruption – that prefers moments of titillation, easier passage and the option to abdicate personal responsibility over more worthwhile methods, attitudes and goals that are harder to keep and attain.’ The less self-control there is within each individual, the more force must there be imposed upon all from without. Thus does the mass society breed willing serfs who are incapable of functioning in the absence of government interference. Such people do become feral and infantilised, and the result is a brutalisation and coarsening of our society, elevated displays of callousness on the part of some and a general wariness, nay outright fear, on the part of others. The end result is that families shrink, friends become acquaintances, workmates morph into co-workers, and everyone else is relegated to the status of a stranger, a role that requires them to be avoided, exploited or dreaded. In Britain there is consequently no social integrity, no political accountability and no trust, and as a result there is no popular civic life.

If you cannot get furious about all of this then you either have no pulse or no pride. Rather than ‘no taxation without representation’, we must rally around ‘no taxation without affirmation’. In a true democracy there, ‘would be no need to talk of getting “in touch…” because politicians would have to listen actively and continuously to the wishes of the people before embarking on activities that require the spending of our tax pounds.’ Did you want your taxes spent on bombing Libya, on the BBC’s lies, on climate change or the Olympics? NO! But you weren’t allowed to say no; in fact you were never asked, and in Britain you never will be. To pick our pockets and refuse, point blank, to let us say how we wish our taxes spent is tyranny. What else can you call it? It should be ‘we pay, we say’, with the ultimate sanction of withholding our funds until our satisfaction is achieved. This, as I understand it, is the basis of the recently created Referism, a great idea that, without secession, hasn’t a hope in hell of ever working.

The end of this nation then has not been brought about by a sudden knife in the ribs but by the death of a thousand cuts. No single attack has ever been enough to cause the people to rise up and fight back, but cumulatively the impact of each minor assault has been to destroy us just as surely. ‘Subjection in minor affairs breaks out every day and is felt by the whole community indiscriminately. It does not drive men to resistance, but it crosses them at every turn, till they are led to surrender the exercise of their own will. Thus their spirit is gradually broken and their character enervated.’ Deep down I believe that millions of people out there just want someone else to fix things for them – they have after all been raised to believe that government is done to rather than by them. They could then tag along without really being forced to put in too much effort or stick their heads too far above the parapet. That isn’t going to happen though. If we want real change we are going to have to bring it about by ourselves.

The preconditions necessary for real democracy never have and never will exist within the UK or the EU though. The people in the aforementioned states are foreigners to one another – metaphorically and literally – and amongst their number are tens of millions of parasites who do nothing but feast off the contributing classes. Moreover, the masses do not possess a unified heritage, culture, value system or outlook, all of which are necessities. They are but a crucible of seething avarice; machine people forged by machine politics. Such ‘voters’ are interested not in freedom through responsibility but only in infinite licence to indulge in atavistic and amoral relativism. They are the perfect pawns in the state’s chess game, and they, and through them we, were checkmated from the day we were born. Democracy thus requires secession, and both demand an educated, capable, and united people – a demos – willing and able to not only create a popular form of government, but thereafter defend it from its enemies both foreign and domestic.

It can in fact only be as a result of the negligence, ignorance and contempt for the common man that is the hallmark of this centrally planned state, that we find ourselves in the situation we do: enslaved by the EU, overrun by immigrants, enfeebled by our enemies, and impoverished by the rampant corporations – the supermarkets, the energy companies and the banks – which parasitically feast upon the dwindling common wealth, and no appeal to our fellow citizens will cause them to wake up and join us. I therefore say again that it is impossible for British ‘representative democracy’ to create anything but an interfering, over-taxing, spendthrift, socialist state which smashes the links of free association and tramples on the free-born rights of the individual. ‘It is in vain to summon a people who have been rendered so dependent on the central power to choose from time to time the representatives of that power; this rare and brief exercise of their free choice, however important it may be, will not prevent them from gradually losing the faculties of thinking, feeling, and acting for themselves… It is indeed difficult to conceive how men who have entirely given up the habit of self-government should succeed in making a proper choice of those by whom they are to be governed; and no one will ever believe that a liberal, wise, and energetic government can spring from the suffrages of a subservient people.’

We must therefore instead, ‘build up an open society which rejects the absolute authority of the merely established and the merely traditional while trying to preserve, to develop, and to establish traditions, old or new, that measure up to [our] standards of freedom.’ Out there are millions of people who do behave themselves, who do not shirk their responsibilities, who are temperate, mutually-concerned, honest, thrifty and sober. We must henceforth recruit those who are fit for the task and unite against this breed of tyrants who would happily see us reduced to penury as long as their ‘progressive’ dream-cum-nightmare remained intact. There can be no reconciliation of the enemy’s needs with ours, as they depend entirely on gorging upon our wealth in order to feed their lust for power. What, moreover, do we have to fear from aggregating with others who share our views? The whole point of exercising our right of secession would be that government would truly be the sum of our wishes. Ask yourself: do you want to live in a country where the laws would be made by you and your peers, where civility and politeness would thrive, and where the evils of political correctness and multiculturalism would be unknown? Then secede! We would then be the ones making the choices, taking the decisions, filling the posts, casting the ballots and, crucially, both paying and spending the taxes.

The challenges we face, if they are to be overcome, require the acceptance of a wholly new mindset, one in which we shall have to put our future, long-term wellbeing above our immediate, short-term interest. We know to our cost that people will not fight for a negative, and for too long that is what we have tried to do. Westminster, the EU and every associated diktat and bureaucrat have had all the insults in the world hurled at them, yet we have made not one solitary dent because we have offered nothing in their place. We cannot go on as we are, failing time after time and charging down dead-end after dead-end. We must have a positive vision, a goal to unite behind, and I believe that secession, the hope and dream of a new life together, is it. The perpetuation of the misplaced and disastrous belief that reform or ‘change’ can correct the defects and deficiencies of our current society will prove terminal to our chances of ever being free. Mass state socialism is an incurable civic cancer and Britain is in its end stage. Adequate modification of our existing institutions and society is impossible – we could not attain power, overcome the malaise of the mass or defeat the lie factory – but secede and all these things will happen together at the same magnificent moment. This place is already part caliphate, part polyglot whorehouse and part police state, and without a shadow of a doubt things can and will only get worse. This is not fear-mongering or an idle threat. Look yourself in the mirror and say there isn’t worse to come. I know I can’t.

To secede is to take a risk, that is, to make a choice that may lead to victory or defeat, success or failure. To do nothing though, to carry on as we have been, is to guarantee the loss of everything we hold dear. There is no risk inherent in that – it is a certainty. It is thus only through secession that we have any hope at all. ‘Plenty of internet writers already identify a lot of what is wrong and what needs to be done on a bit-by-bit basis… The missing element is a subscription to a certain objective and a unity of method; the recognition that nothing less than the wholesale rejection of the current British establishment is required.’ Daily we are provided with ever more evidence of betrayal, surrender and desecration, and we hunker in our homes thanking God that the latest tidal wave of crime, immigration or state intrusion has not washed up directly on our doorstep. If all we do in response is slope off to work and say nothing; if we endure the media’s lies and do nothing; and if we are prepared to silently live our lives under their heel and be nothing, then we’ll go from cradle to grave without living a day as free human beings. This apathy, if continued, will lead to our outright extermination,as, ‘when bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.

If we truly want to be richer, freer, safer and happier, then it is my conviction that secession is our only option. ‘People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them.’ Salvation therefore, ‘lies not in government but in making government conform to the wishes and needs of the people. Government is a poor master – it will kill you with its indifference. But it can be an adequate servant, if forced to be so. For me, talk of the ‘why’ is done. Talk of the ‘how’ must begin, now.

Ends

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Drink Now, Pay Later: Global Debt for Dummies!


Analogy of global debt and running a pub.

From: http://youtu.be/NvFj4ZwWszY

 
 

International Bankers: The Scum of the Earth


From: http://youtu.be/JqgDzEqdvb0

The Black Swan is on the Wing

  • … It’s clear as crystal that the root of all evil is exactly that and those in whom it is blooming are the enemy of humanity.
  • The bankers are the problem.
  • The bankers manufacture recessions and depressions to exert a greater control over social and political structures.
  • The bankers create and finance the wars on both sides of the conflicts.
  • The bankers orchestrate famine, poverty and want.
  • The bankers control the policies that control the media and the education system that is operated to maintain ignorance in the public so that they can be shorn like sheep.
  • The bankers launder the drug money and keep drugs illegal.
  • The bankers are the problem.”

 

The Crown


These are the only parasites we need to address.

From: http://openeye.99k.org/The%20Crown.html

http://youtu.be/PGhl7ysL_1U

Who or what constitutes the “CROWN”

The “modern” world of so-called Western Civilization began at the end of the 17th century with the blossoming of the British Empire. The underpinnings of that empire actually began several hundred years earlier with the establishment of the City of London, which is now an 800-year old corporation that controls finance and philosophy for an entity called the Crown. This entity is the creator and controller of the Bank of England and the US Federal Reserve. They also control the World Bank, the IMF and associated cartels. The crown identity is kept most secret. The Crown/Bank of England assumed control of the United States during the Roosevelt administration (1901-1909) when its agent J.P. Morgan took over 25% of American business. Read Here

The Crown has never been the King or Queen of England since the establishment of this corporate body. The Crown is the directorate of the corporation. The island of Britain is a financial oligarchy run by the “Crown” which refers to the “City of London,” not the Queen. The City is run by the Bank of England, a “private” corporation. The City is a sovereign state located in the heart of greater London. It became a sovereign state in 1694 when king William the third of Orange privatized and turned the Bank of England over to the banksters. Considered the “Vatican of the financial world,” the City is not subject to British law.

It has its own courts, its own laws, its own flag and its own police force, separate from the metropolitan. City (crown/corporation) police drive red police cars and their uniforms are slightly different from the Metropolitan Police. Read Here

It houses the privatised* Bank of England, Lloyds of London, the London stock exchange, all British banks, the branch offices of 385 foreign banks and 70 US banks as well as Fleet Street’s newspaper and publishing monopolies. It is also the headquarters for British Freemasonry.

*(In 1945, The Bank of England was nationalized by the Labour government. It is allegedly no longer private. The bank is suposedly publically owned through the Secretary to the Treasury. Who or what pulls the strings behind the scenes is anyone’s guess)

The city of London has its own lord mayor who represents the crown – his name is Michael Bear – the head of the Corporation of London.Read Here

It has a council of 12 members who rule the corporation under the lord mayor. The lord mayor and his 12 member council serves as proxies or representatives who sit-in for some of the worlds wealthiest, most powerful banking families.

When the Queen wishes to conduct business within the City, she is met by the Lord Mayor at Temple Bar where she requests permission to enter this private, sovereign state. She then proceeds into the City walking several paces behind the Mayor. Her entourage may not be clothed in anything other than service uniforms. The Queen bows to the Mayor only in the city. Outside of the city of London he bows to her.

The City of London is the only part of Britain over which parliament has no authority. In one respect at least the Corporation acts as the superior body: it imposes on the House of Commons a figure called the remembrancer: an official lobbyist who sits behind the Speaker’s chair and ensures that, whatever our elected representatives might think, the City’s rights and privileges are protected.

In 1886, Andrew Carnegie wrote that, “six or seven men can plunge the nation into war without consulting Parliament at all.” Vincent Vickers, a director of the Bank of England from 1910-1919, blamed the Corporation/City for the wars of the world.

The British Empire was an extension of bankers’ financial interests. Indeed, all the colonies were “Crown Colonies.” They belonged to the City and were not subject to British law although Englishmen were expected to conquer and pay for them.

Western colonization is widely taught in school history courses, so it need not be repeated here. One key aspect of the colonial period is generally omitted or skimmed over from the more basic history courses. This is the fact that all the Crown colonies were established on a corporate model with financial ties to the City of London – not the nation of England or Britain. The island of Britain is a crown colony, the City of London is not.

The directorate of the Crown, whoever they were, had no loyalty to any nation – they were, and are, devoted entirely to their philosophy which seeks absolute power over an earthly realm. For more than 250 years, the servants of the Crown brought untold wealth back from the colonies to the British Isles – for themselves: the population of the United Kingdom (English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh peoples) received very little wealth even though they provided the tax base and cannon fodder.

The people were invaluable assets of the Crown, but they knew not what they served – and still don’t. (None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who believe they are free). Historian Jeffrey Steinberg could be referring to the US, Canada and Australia when he writes, “England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, are today little more than slave plantations and social engineering laboratories, serving the needs of the Crown/City of London.

According to the “American Almanac,” the crown bankers are part of a network with an estimated $10 trillion in assets. It lords over such corporate giants as Royal Dutch Shell, Imperial Chemical Industries, Lloyds of London, Unilever, Lonrho, Rio Tinto Zinc, and Anglo American DeBeers. It dominates the world supply of petroleum, gold, diamonds, and many other vital raw materials.

The Crown/City of London dominates the world’s speculative markets. A tightly interlocking group of corporations, involved in raw materials extraction, finance, insurance, transportation, and food production, controls the lion’s share of the world market, and exerts virtual “choke point” control over world industry. Read Here

If one wants to know the genuine motives for particular actions in history they are told to “follow the money.” But that is only half of it – one must also follow the philosophy – the religious beliefs of those in control.

For purposes of clarity, let the Crown always refer to a stealthy circle of power brokers who all believe in the Masonic philosophy – the brotherhood of man ruled by philosopher kings (or adepts) in league with the God of Masonry. One need only wade through the cumbersome histories of Masonry and also read Albert Pike’s Morals and Dogma to see precisely that this power-philosophy encompasses virtually all the religious notions ever conjured up by man.

Ordinary members of Masonic lodges, are to these adepts and their goals what the people of the Western civilizations are to the directors of the Crown – useful fools.

This secretive cabal is represented by the dominant political, economic and cultural institutions across the world. Western society has been subverted and western culture is bankrupt. Democracy is a form of social control and the mass media and education are forms of indoctrination.

The Bank of England

The Bank of England was created in 1694 by a Scotsman William Paterson who famously said:

The bank hath benefit of interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing. – William Paterson

Up until 1946 when it was nationalised the Bank of England was a private run bank that lent money it created out of nothing to the English government and was paid back with interest. A famous story related to the bank and the Rothschilds is the Battle of Waterloo in which Nathan Rothschild used his inside knowledge of the outcome to play the market by selling his English bonds and giving the impression that the French had won therefore causing a rush by other brokers to sell quickly which drove the price down to 5% of their original worth. Once the bottom had dropped out the market he then re-bought as much as he could and in doing so he multiplied his wealth twenty times in 3 days of trading.

At the same time of being immensely wealthy he also became the single largest debtor to the English government which ultimately gave him control over the bank of England. English bonds were a debt guaranteed by future tax revenue of the English government, therefore the taxes the citizens paid were going to pay the 8% interest that the English government had to pay to borrow the money. As Nathan now controlled the majority of the English bonds he could determine the price and therefore the supply of the English currency which gave him great power over the countries finances.

“I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire and I control the British money supply.” – Nathan Rothschild

The Bank of England was nationalised in 1946 but because the government was broke after the second world war they had no money to buy out the shareholders so instead they were issued with government stocks and although the government now earned money from the profits they had to pay interest on any new stock they issued to pay for the shares.

In 1977, the Bank set up a wholly owned subsidiary called Bank Of England Nominees Limited, a private limited company with 2 of its 100 £1 shares issued. The objectives of the company are:

“To act as Nominee or agent or attorney either solely or jointly with others, for any person or persons, partnership, company, corporation, government, state, organisation, sovereign, province, authority, or public body, or any group or association of them….”

This company is very special as its protected by the official secrets act, its Royal Charter status and is exempt from the normal disclosure requirements that other companies have to comply with to meet section 27 of the Companies Act 1976. The reason being is that the major players in the world of finance including the Queen of England and other Royal families use this company to purchase shares and remain anonymous.

However even though (on the surface at least) the Bank of England is now state owned its important to note that up to 97% of the UK’s money supply is privately controlled being in the form of interest bearing loans created by the big commercial banks. The bank holds very little government stock and the Bank’s profits primarily come from the issuing of coins and notes for use by high street banks.

Therefore it seems the Bank Of England has reduced in size and importance over the years and is now mainly a regulatory body that oversees the existing banking system. Referred to as “the lender of last resort” one of its main functions as the bankers bank is to support banks that get into difficulty such as during the recent financial melt down.

Further interest on this subject can be found in the book The Empire Of The City and in the documentaries The Ring Of Power and The Corporation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Mayor_of_London

 

The City of London and its Corporation


Tis nothing but a cancerous parasite.

From: http://www.parker-joseph.com/pjcjournal/2011/12/16/why-the-city-of-london-will-not-be-controlled-from-brussels/

The City of London, and its Corporation, is an ancient body. There are many, especially those on the Left, who see the Corporation of London simply as a local authority that has a few left overs from a past time, who have managed to carve-out a few privileges over the centuries. They could not be more wrong.

The Corporation was formed centuries before the invasion of England by William the Conqueror, with rights and privilege to self determination and self rule granted by the Kings of Mercia and Wessex long before 1066, as the corporation itself says: “The right of the City to run its own affairs was gradually won as concessions were gained from the Crown.”. It has over the centuries not only maintained those rights, but enhanced them.

Following the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror marched on London, to Southwark and failed to get across London Bridge or to defeat the Londoners. He eventually crossed the River Thames at Wallingford, pillaging the land as he went. Rather than continuing the war, Edgar Ætheling, Edwin of Mercia and Morcar of Northumbria surrendered at Berkhamsted. William rewarded London in granting the citizens a charter in 1075; the City of London was one of the few institutions where the English retained its authority. Significantly The City was not covered by the Domesday Book.

Tom Simmons, chief executive of the corporation, outlines the heft and the outlandish nature of this primeval quasi-British institution. “The corporation emerged from a ‘missed time’ and there is no direct evidence of it coming into existence,” he said. “There is no charter that constituted the corporation as a corporate body.” City people joke that it dates its “modern period” from 1067, the year when William the Conqueror “came friendly” to the City and let it keep its ancient rights as he subdued the rest of the country.

This “missed time” is significant, because it means the City’s rights pre-date the construction of modern political Britain, pre-dates parliament and this has placed it outside parliament’s normal legislative remit. The City evolved as an institution not so much subordinate to parliament, or the church, or the Crown, but adjacent to and intertwined with them in complex relationships. It is just as the Vatican is, a City State, a State within a State.

But the City integrates that intertwined relationship with the rest of Britain at several levels. The Corporation itself, independent and outside of parliament’s remit. The City of London as a Local Authority whilst retaining its ancient structures allows for modernisation in some quarters to ‘fit in’ with the rest of Britain as it did with the boundary reforms of 1994, the only notable boundary changes to the City since the first census in 1801. The City has its own Territorial Police force, the City of London Police and is its own Police Authority. However, only part of the corporation is visible to the public at large as the Freedom of Information Act applies solely to its mundane functions as a local authority or police authority.

Indeed as if to reinforce that position the City of London Corporation has a permanent representative in the House of Commons, the Remembrancer, every bit a part of the constitutional furniture as is the Royal Mace, as in fact it came with the Royal Mace into parliament as the Remembrancer was a role first enacted by Elizabeth I to ensure the City’s independence from her own court officials and Privy Council. In 1685 an order was made for the Remembrancer “to continue to attend Parliament and the offices of the Secretaries of State daily, and acquaint the Lord Mayor with the public affairs and other business transacted there, relating to the City”. The role is far from being just ceremonial.

The Corporation of the City of London have the right of presenting petitions to the House of Commons at the Bar by their Sheriffs, accompanied by the Remembrancer. The right of presenting petitions at the Bar is regarded as a privilege solely of the Corporation of the City of London. All other petitions must be presented by a member.

The Remembrancer is one of the City of London’s Chief Officers and the role dates back to 1571. His traditional role is as the channel of communications between the Lord Mayor and the City of London on the one hand and the Sovereign, Royal Household and Parliament on the other. The Remembrancer is also the City’s Ceremonial Officer and Chief of Protocol.

The Remembrancer’s department at the City of London is broken into three distinct branches of work – parliamentary, ceremonial and private events. The parliamentary office is responsible for looking after the City of London’s interests in Parliament with regard to all public legislation, while the ceremonial office’s objectives are to enable the Lord Mayor and City of London to welcome high profile visitors both domestically and internationally. Functions staged range from small receptions to major state dinners.

The Remembrancer, who sits opposite the Speaker is politely referred to as a lobbyist these days, and is “charged with maintaining and enhancing the City’s status and ensuring that its established rights are safeguarded”. His office watches out for political dissent against the City and lobbies on financial matters. Make no mistake that lobbying in this case is enforcing the rights of the City, ensuring that its status of a State within a State can never be usurped.

Over the centuries, reformers in Britain have tried, and failed, to have the corporation merged into a unified London. The political landscape heaved and shifted around it, but the City stood immune. As the Times noted in 1881, “The City Corporation is sacred although nothing else is.” Clement Attlee tried and failed in 1937. “Over and over again we have seen that there is in this country another power than that which has its seat at Westminster,” he said.

The City is a pragmatic beast, and will allow its business residents to be regulated by parliament if it suits, but only to an extent, and never the Corporation itself. Over the past few turbulent months, whilst those unelected bodies of the EU have called for ever closer union, we can be assured that the City of London Corporation, sitting as an equal partner in parliament will have made very clear that its ancient rights, those rights of self determination and self rule, may not be given away to anyone, by anyone, especially by a parliament who simply do not have the authority to interfere in its independence.

That is why Cameron had to say NO to the colleagues as their plans impinged on the City of London.

If only we could find politicians who would enforce those same rights of sovereignty that we, the general public also have, and fully expect to be honoured, but then in their eyes, in Cameron’s eyes, we are merely the serfs whose rights can be bought and sold at will.

n.b. In his book Treasure Islands Nicholas Shaxson explains why the City of London as constituted is so important to the business health of Britain and direct regulation by the EU would be fatal.

The Bank of England, lodged in the heart of the City (but not, it has to be said, regulated by it), in effect encouraged tax havenry in British outposts of the Caribbean and elsewhere. By the 1980s, the City was at the centre of a great, secretive financial web cast across the globe, each of whose sections – the individual havens – trapped passing money and business from nearby jurisdictions and fed them up to the City: just as a spider catches insects. So, a complex cross-border merger involving a US multinational might, say, route a lot of the transaction through Caribbean havens, whose British firms will then send much of the heavy lifting work, and profits, up to the City.

The Crown dependencies of Jersey, Guern­sey and the Isle of Man, which focus heavily on European business, form the web’s inner ring. In the second quarter of 2009, Jersey alone provided £135bn in bank deposits upstreamed to the City. Jersey Finance, the tax haven’s promotional body, puts the relationship plainly: “Jersey is an extension of the City of London.”

The next ring of the web contains the British overseas territories, such as the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. Like the Crown dependencies, they have governors appointed by the Queen and are controlled by Britain in myriad ways, but with enough distance to allow Britain to say “There is nothing we can do” when it suits.

The web’s outer ring contains an assortment of havens, such as Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, Hong Kong and the Bahamas, which Britain does not control but which still feed billions in business to the City from around the world.

So, the corporation has two main claims to being a tax haven: first, as a semi-alien entity, floating partly free from Britain (just as the Cayman Islands are), and second, as the hub of a global network of tax havens sucking up offshore trillions from around the world and sending it, or the business of handling it, to London. These are possibly the biggest reasons for the City’s wealth and power – yet how many Britons understand this?

The corporation loves financial deregulation – globally. Deregulation is a bit like shaking (or, perhaps more accurately, removing a net from) a tree full of insects: the more you do it, the more business floats around, ready to be caught in the nearby web. As such, it is hardly surprising that the Lord Mayor of London is evan­gelical about it. In fact, his role is officially, as the City explains, to “expound the values of liberalisation” and provide “support for innovation, proportionate taxation and regulation”. (On his 20-odd foreign trips a year, he makes clear that “proportionate” means “limited”.) Not only that, but the Lord Mayor and colleagues promise to “take up cudgels on behalf of the City anywhere in the world on any subject which is of concern to the City”.

Thus, the role of the City of London Corporation as a municipal authority is its least important attribute. This is a hugely resourced international offshore lobbying group pushing for international financial deregulation, tax-cutting and tax havenry around the world.

That description alone goes a long way to understanding why the EU, and the French in particular would want to control the City of London. They have nothing to compare, and see the City as a cash cow to be milked until it, like the Eurozone, is nothing but a barren wasteland, with no vision, no innovation, no growth, no future, that can only borrow to survive as it now has little or no wealth creation ability left.

It would be the ultimate treason against this nation for any British politician to even attempt to sign this wealth, and its wealth creation away.

 

Judas Class: Exposing the EU Collaborators


From: http://www.parker-joseph.com/pjcjournal/the-judas-class-the-enemy-within/

Keep an eye on: http://judasclass.net/

The enemy within – its time to expose them

The evil that is the EU has this past week come out into the open. The power brokers, the unelected ‘presidents’ who rule Europa, the appointed unelected technocrats that have openly taken control of two sovereign states are only the very public view.

Hidden beneath the surface in every country in the EU are the traitors, the fifth columnists, the activists and the useful idiots. They all work to undermine our democracies, to ruin our trade, to impoverish our people, indoctrinate our children, making all dependent upon the state.

Without this army of traitors working within our institutions, our government, our civil service and our education system the power brokers have no power. Therefore we must know our enemy.

The thing that they fear most is publicity, to have the bright light of public exposure shone upon their actions. It is time to expose this evil at every level. At the supranational, national, regional and local levels for all to see and act against. So shun them, exclude them from your community, eject them from your pub or club, turn your back on them, give them no space and keep shining the light on them, and let everyone know who the traitors are.

When you know that your local councillor is taking his instructions from the Council CEO who has just returned from getting his orders from Brussels or the RDA, then you will know not to vote for them, you can demonstrate to remove the CEO, you can take action until these people are removed from their jobs. When you discover that your trades union has been making the rules in concert with the EU that are now crippling your ability to live rather than just survive, you can leave that union and isolate them, in every case you can take direct action against these fifth columnists when you know where exactly to direct that action.

The enemy is within the gates; it is with our own luxury, our own folly, our own criminality that we have to contend” – Marcus Tullius Cicero.

For what these people do is criminal, it is treason, it is punishable within our law, and we are determined that these people will not get away with their crimes against the British people.

Today, the Albion Alliance has decided to do something about it, and I republish their latest Press Release.

+ + +  PRESS RELEASE  + + +  PRESS RELEASE  + + + 

A Database of EU collaborators to be established by The Albion Alliance.

As the EU enters its final death throes and resorts to intimidation, deception, alarmist and anti democratic power grabs, including the installation of non elected prime ministers, and as the Government of the United Kingdom continually deny the people their voice regarding the EU, those responsible for the demise of the United Kingdom as a free and sovereign state are to be named and shamed.

A new database of United Kingdom collaborators with the EU is to be established, to collect information on those individuals, groups and corporations that have aided and abetted the demise of the UK, who have worked on establishing a supranational State over and above our own sovereign United Kingdom, who have conspired to impose authoritarianism upon the people of the United Kingdom and who have conspired to give away the sovereignty of the people which is on loan to our parliament.

We will also be seeking their prosecution and accountability under the laws of THIS land, following due process of law.

The database will aim to collect data on the individuals concerned, including but not limited to, parliamentarians, peers, privy councillors, civil servants, police officers, lawyers, judges, heads of commerce, media barons, journalists, public sector chiefs, crown agency personnel, local authority personnel, trades unionists, publicly funded oversight and steering committees or anyone else actively engaged in promoting the values, edicts and decisions of the EU over our English and Scottish legal rights, laws and customs, especially those active in the myriad of EU sponsored unelected ‘committees’ such as the Committee of the Regions,  the European Economic and Social Committee and Regional Development Agencies, as well as politically motivated ‘training’ groups, taxpayer funded ‘fake charities’ and their spin-off organisations.

The database will not be kept a secret, nor will its contents. All relevant crimes of Treason will be made known to the public at large. Their names, positions and alleged crimes are to be established for all to see.

In order to protect ourselves from State interference in this work, we shall make the data copyable, down-loadable and generally available to anyone who would want to replicate the published material, in which we give free licence, thereby making it impossible for the State or the EU to suppress it. We want this database to be as freely available as your Sunday newspaper.

Very soon the public will be invited to instigate their own investigations of individuals, collect evidence and proofs, and then to contribute information to this database, so that it becomes a work of the nation, by the nation, for the nation.

As we do not know when or who will assume office in the next FREE United Kingdom government, other than to suggest it will not include Conservative, Labour or Liberal Democrat parties who have already shown their collaboration writ large, their crimes against the nation will be presented so that those concerned can be made accountable.

The People of the United Kingdom WILL have their say in matters EU.

ends

Before they get the chance to totally bankrupt us, and see this country openly ruled by EU technocrats, they must be stopped.

The opportunity to secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.” – Sun Tzu

The rest is up to you. If you want your country back, you’re going to have to fight for it. You are going to have to fight their greed and self serving interests.

The traitors in our midst have been all too quick to use technology and databases in an attempt to control, tax and indoctrinate us, so we are going to use their own tools against them. Right now I want them to know we are coming for them, and we will give them nowhere to hide. In their own words, it’s all on the database.

They may try to stop us, they may try using the courts to remove the databases, they will probably accuse us of libel or defamation, let them try, but they can’t lock us all up, they can’t shut us all up and they are well on the road to bankrupting every one of us already. We are millions and the databases will be outside of their jurisdiction anyway. Now, in public view, you will probably get to see just how repressive these Europhiles really are. As I write this, I wonder which piece of draconian legislation they will try to use first, or will it be that old favourite, fabricated sex scandals.

Whatever comes next, we do ask for your support and action, your participation in gathering information & evidence, and in the fullness of time in their prosecution.

 

Totalitarian Britain: 6 thing to ask yourself


Any takers?

From: http://www.parker-joseph.com/pjcjournal/six-things-to-ask-yourself/

” Quiz for today, totalitarian: If you don’t believe that Britain is governed totally by political rules, regulations, orders and diktats, please name me 6 everyday activities, yes, just six, that you undertake that does not require a. permission, b. licence, c. regulated action, d. regulated packaging, materials, ingredients, tools etc.

i.e. 6 activities that never touch the state or a regulator. “

 
 
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