13 May 2011

UPDATE: Due to this BS thing where I can do everything with this blog except publish a post, I have moved home to Wordpress: http://ncnblogger.wordpress.com/ (this will remain as an archive and be damn sure I will still read all your wonderful blogs as ever). Those who have linked me please update the link. Thanks all. Looking forward to continued blogging in the future.

2 May

Today's news is that Osama is dead. Well it's sort of 10 year old news, but there you go. Supposedly one of the very mind controlled special forces shot him in the head, although given the notorious nature of the invading forces' willingness to kill someone then play dress up afterwards, who knows it may have been a woman who they drew a beard on with marker pen. Photo looks 'shopped but what do I know. Then again corpses just like your TV dinner keep very well in the freezer...lol...


http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/osama_dead.php

Anyway I'm off to get kidney dialysis using only sand and donkey piss while being hunted by all the satellites and spy planes that a trillion dollar military budget can buy, for ten years. Ciao


PS does this mean the war on terror is over now and 'we' can come home and dismantle the police state and not have RFID passports and iris scans and creepy wiretaps anymore? (Comptroller says no)

Saturday, 28 March 2009

G20 Protests: A Microcosm of Left and Right

I thought they might have tried to kick off some violence at the G20 protest marches. Maybe the agents provocateurs were having a day off.

Telegraph: G20 Protests: March Passes Peacefully


(Image: Am I stereotyping too much to presume they are 'anarchists'? This rather unorthadox hair brought to you via the 2006 G20 in Montreal. Call me conditioned, but this is how I imagine an establishment-employed agent provocateur to look...)

[EDIT: Look at this quote from the article...
One rowdy group of some 100 anarchists chanted: "Harry Roberts, he's our friend. He kills coppers" – a reference to the convict jailed since 1966 for the murder of three unarmed officers.
Guess who paid them to be there? I can't give you an answer. Let's not be presumptuous or anything, but come on...how, other than using a lot of cash, do you get 100 people chanting for a cop killer? ]

Now it's time to consider how the false two-sided argument is being waged, in which the elites can only win and humanity can only lose.

On the one hand, we have the G20. An obscenely elitist, greedy bunch of white men in suits talking about how much they love 'Free Trade' and how much they hate protectionism, the spawn of the devil. They are obviously evil, they're your boss, everyone silently detests them. And they know it.

(Image: G20 leaders. Insert witty and possibly offensive comment about the Arab guy here.)


Protesting them are a variety of groups and individuals, but judging from the banners visible in the above article, all the establishment charities such as Oxfam, Friends of the Earth, and the WWF were present. And they bore such slogans as "Stop Climate Chaos", "Climate Emergency", and (quoting the article) "Money for Need not Greed". They are the ordinary concerned citizens, just like you. The little guy who has a Smart Car and refuses to use plastic bags because they emit co2 on waste heaps; and who as I write this may well be sitting in the dark observing Earth Hour.

(Image: Problem, reaction, solution. You have to credit the elite, it's worked for a long time. But maybe it's wearing off?)

So, who are you going to side with? The international bankers, or the everyday ecowarriors who hate capitalism, but don't understand that capitalism's death (followed by the growth of corporate socialism) is the cause of the current economic turmoil - or even deeper, the formation of central banks, the parasitic instisutions which have been building up to this collapse for decades?

(Image: Another glars of port, old chum? Now, how do we keep the rabble in check?)

I have been reminded of the film Alien Vs Predator by the recent 'debate' on what to do about the current crisis (and on another level, by the left-right paradigm as a whole). Because it holds true that Whoever Wins, We Lose.

Nowhere in the media is there anyone explaining how a central bank is an utterly destructive institution. Or that fiat currencies have, historically, always led to hyperinflation and/or currency collapse. Or that spouting ideas of 'free trade' BETWEEN countries, while not acknowledging that this doesn't exist WITHIN countries, is a little hypocritical. Or that Third Way economics has proven to be truly more destructive than any other economic policy - at least with actual socialism, we know where we stand. Instead, we have had fake capitalism - and now that it's going wrong, the 'solution' is fake socialism, where we pool our resources...but not to be shared among the needy, rather the greedy, often the very people who made huge profits during the boom.

So I don't side with the protestors (I'm sure a few capitalists were there, but most were probably of the persuasion that 'capitalism' caused the crisis, not even realising they are being played by the people who really caused it.)

Should I side with the G20? If I was a TV viewer, and compartmentalised enough, I might say that 'socialism = fail', therefore 'anything the pro-socialists are mad at, must be good'. Which is how the mainstream left-right divide works. I might say, "oh, you socialists. Sometimes people get expolited in capitalism. It's a dog-eat-dog world! The bankers are looking out for free trade. What's your problem, Commie?" And more Murdoch-inspired nonsense.

The above shows that we really face a non-choice between socialistic poverty under a wealthy elite, or corporate socialistic poverty under the self same wealthy elite. That won't change until people are made aware that we are being conditioned into this way of thinking, that in all the talk about how evil capitalism and/or protectionism are, we are being deceived. (For the record, I don't like too much protectionism myself, but I would prefer to see nations declaring their sovereignty by looking after their own workers, rather than encouraging the outsourcing of labour and bowing before the global financial elite.)

In amongst all this, the real enemy (fraudulent banking elite) are distorting our vision of who the enemy is. The right are told it is big government, socialism, ideologically insane ecowarriors, and those welfare-grubbing 'drains on our resources'. The left are warned about big business and corruption, military industry, all tied in with deadly capitalism, or perhaps summarised under the word 'deregulation'. And big government will save us from the evils of 'capitalism'.

Perhaps even more worryingly, we in the UK don't really have a left-right divide anymore. We have reached the point of 'synthesis' as described by the Hegelian Dialectic. The Conservative party talk about Third Way type policies while the Labour Party talk about...Third Way type policies. And America is next in line to reach a 'consensus', ie a blind compromise between two schools of thought that have been influenced by the banking elite to begin with anyway.

Obama is the catalyst for, among MANY other things, this new consensus. They have a word for that in America, called 'bipartisanship'. Anything other than this consensus is 'partisan', carrying connotations of being childish, irrational and militaristic.

The 'LEFT'-------------------------The 'RIGHT'
End war--------------------------Fight war to 'victory'
Regulate businesses--------------"Submitting to the elite is a fundamental part of capitalism"
[9/11 Commission report was bipartisan, so it must be true]
Cheney had assassins!-----------Obama has brownshirts! (and he's Kenyan)
The UN will end war-------------The UN are soft on terror
Your SUV is killing polar bears---Global warming = beach party
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In reality (according to me of course)...
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-Yes we should end the wars abroad, because we are nation building instead of going after those supposedly responsible for 9/11, the stated aim.
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-Capitalism is a humane economic system so long as it is devoid of fraudulent institutions like central banks and 'big government' 'regulatory' agencies, which inevitably lead to corporatism.
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-9/11 Commission Report was total rubbish. Just mentioned it here so you can see how great 'bipartisanship' can be.
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-The assassin squads and 'compulsory volunteering' are indeed creepy. But you only see half of the picture, when you have your left/right blinkers on.
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-The UN are in my opinion the most dangerous of all governmental institutions in the world. Why? Because we think they look out for us or are somehow loving softies. Maybe it's the pale blue colour psychology having an effect, or the propaganda, I don't know.
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-Many of the 'right' get into a kind of Kool-Aid drinking mentality that "We're killing the planet, and I love it! Burn the oil!" This is even more wrong than the anti-co2 movement suggesting polar bears can't swim. If I believed our actions were severely harming the planet (as I used to) then I would support the anti-co2 movement. But I don't.

I hope it's clear how, if you spray BS to such an extent that you control both sides of a debate, the outcome will always favour you. Such is the tactic of the elite, using the illusion of democracy to cement their dictatorship in place.
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That was a long post. By now, Earth Hour in the UK is over, and the hypothetical ecowarrior mentioned earlier is probably rejoicing over the pennies he has saved by flicking his lights off for an hour, not aware that he cost himself more by accidentally leaving the central heating on one day last week; and definitely not aware of how Earth Hour is part of a wider delusion, that humans are harmful to the Earth, and need to be limited in both population and prosperity to 'save the planet'.

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