The speech that can change the world

I have never heard of former senator Maurice Robert Gravel. I would like to meet him one day, he seems a very down to earth and decent man, considering he was a politician. Who’d have thought they existed! His speech resonates deeply especially when he says nothing will change without the people having the power which coincides with the Brexit vote. The GB EU referendum gave every person eligible to vote in the United Kingdom to vote and that their vote would actually count for once. You give people control and they won’t do what corporations, big brother or our so-called leaders demand or expect, we do what is right and take control of our own destiny. One person can make a difference and when that one person is joined by millions of others change is inevitable. The EU is shitting itself, the prime minister resigned and the opposition party is in disarray. All from one vote. I actually believe democracy can work when given the chance, it reaffirms my belief in my fellow man and makes me realise the future is in our hands. I feel great!


Great Britain Out!

Oh what a beautiful morning! My faith in democracy and common sense have been restored! Before I go on about the result, 72% of the population voted. 72%! That shows you what happens when people know their vote counts not like in the local or general elections where it never exceeds 50%. We should have a referendum on proportional representation next, like Tony Blair said he would all those years ago. Well I guess he was a busy chap so didn’t have time for it, or he was and is a lying bastard.

I think the result has shocked those in power and in London, for those of us who are neither of those it was an obvious conclusion. Unfortunately things like this happen when you have millionaire MP’s who are completely detached from the electorate and the only part of the country not on its knee’s thinking the status quo is beneficial and works brilliantly for all. Inside London all is well, outside the M25 it is pretty desolate with all of us fighting hard to maintain a decent living and when we are given an opportunity to make it better for ourselves we have taken it. it is just so unfortunate that the establishment are only shocked with the result because they have nothing in common with the majority of the country and therefore are unable to connect or understand with the man on the street.

Note that I have mentioned immigration once. For me this referendum was not about that, it was about taking back control of our country from those who claim to know how to run it better, it was about the masters taking back control from our servants. That is the common perception, the other theory is that the Rothschilds are so busy trying to save their own hides they have left their EU fascist work in progress to its own demise. Either way it reinstates my belief in my fellow-man and that when we come together good s things happen.


To Brexit or not to Brexit, that is the question

Here’s what the Greek’s think. They should know, they have been fucked over well and truly by the “democratic” EU scam!

Open Letter to the UK citizens about the June 2016 Referendum

Dear British voters,

United Kingdom joined the European Community in 1973 and it is worth to mention that the people have not been asked prior signing the membership agreement. Only two years later, in 1975 you decided in a referendum if you want to stay in the European Community, which was approved by 66 percent of the voters.

The basic idea, as it was explained to the people in Europe, was a community of European nations in friendship, solidarity, mutual benefit and democracy: Basic European Values.

Unfortunately, these inviting promises proved to be false or failed. There is nothing about freedom, solidarity or friendship in the European Union. The European Union has proven to act on behalf of the interest of banks, multi-national enterprises and groups in the shadow, as advised by professional think-tanks and lobbyists, not in favor of its people. In fact, the European Union is an economic union with a common market (without internal borders) which enables a free circulation of money, goods and people/workforce, and an ongoing process to harmonize business standards. The European Union is designed as a cartel and typically, there is a lack of democratic structures and processes: democracy becomes a disturbing factor.

Democracy, and especially direct democracy, is against any fiber of this European Union

The peoples’ vote got lost in the bureaucracy of the European Union. The European Union is driven by technocrats and an agenda which will lead to the United States of Europe shortly, the loss of the national sovereignty and identity of the European countries. The national parliaments have already delegated to a large extend their responsibilities and sovereignty to the European Institutions and consequently the national voting becomes more and more irrelevant.

The European Parliament, the only institution in the European Union the people voted for, has a more or less decorative function, it cannot legislate as we know it from national parliaments. The European Commission, which is in fact the European government, is not elected. It consists of delegates from the national governments. As Horst Seehofer – Prime Minister of Bavaria – put it: Those who are elected do not decide and those who decide are not elected.

European Union has a track history of ignoring the vote of the people. Referenda are only welcome if they approve the official policy of the European Union. If the people didn’t vote as requested, the governments used to arrange an information campaign and repeat the referendum until the outcome is convenient or the referendum result is ignored or twisted.

Denmark voted in the referendum in June 1992 against the Maastricht treaty, the re-negotiated version was approved in a second referendum in May 1993.
In 2001 Irish voters rejected the Treaty of Nice, in a second referendum 2002 it was approved.

France voted in May 2005 against the proposed European Constitution. Referenda would have also to be held in Czech, Denmark, Ireland, Poland, Portugal and the UK. As the risk of more refusals was too high, the European Union decided to modify the text and sign them as treaty by the national governments, this is what we have today as Treaty of Lisbon.

We, the Greek people, voted in July 2015 against further austerity measures required by the Troika, and our vote was ignored. Prior the referendum even highest officials of the European Union warned the Greek people not to vote NO as this would lead to a Grexit, even this is not ruled in the European treaties.

In March 2016, the European Union signed a deal with Turkey on the migration crisis. Part of the deal is that the European Union takes over a quota of migrants and distributes them by a defined key within the European countries. Hungary has announced to hold a referendum on the enforced migration, this referendum was condemned as an undemocratic measure.

Some time ago, the Dutch people voted in a referendum against the EU-Ukraine agreement. EU officials mentioned in several interviews, that obviously referenda are dangerous and a threat against the European Union. Truly, referenda are dangerous to today’s E.U., but not dangerous to the people of Europe. In the meantime, there are serious discussions to prohibit referenda within the European Union in general in order to avoid further conflicts.

Even in Switzerland, the country with the most enhanced practice of referenda, the politicians fear more than anything else the vote of the people, as it may destroy their plans in case the people do not vote as they recommend them.

The European Alliance stop-TTIP is an initiative of more than 500 organizations all over Europe and has collected more than 3.4 million signatures in order to stop TTIP and CETA. Those agreements are considered as a threat to democracy, environment, consumers and labour standards. But the European Commission ignores them…

Dear friends of democracy in the UK,

We want to express our solidarity as we know that you have to take a historical decision for your country and for your people, as we did last summer.

On 23rd June 2016 you will have to decide in a referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. A referendum is a direct democratic element, the highest expression of the peoples will, a privilege and a rare opportunity in the European Union.

You have now the historical chance to mark your national independence day and stop the further transformation of Europe into a European dictatorship.

Democracy is the key to freedom, peace and prosperity; it protects human rights and ensures respect and tolerance.
Our thoughts are with you, we send you best wishes from Greece for a democratic voting,

Brexit EU Economics for MP’s

Found this clip on youtube with professor Patrick Minford (my new hero) trying to explain in as simply as he can the basic argument for leaving the EU, namely the removal of all imposed trade agreements and the ability to dictate our own trade agreements and decide our own economic future.

And to think the shit for brains MP’s who were on the committee are in positions of power, it doesn’t bode well does it! I am no expert but I am pretty sure a turnip could do better.



People, I can not recommend strongly enough that you stop watching and reading the corporate news. Well you should stop watching TV all together but that is another story!

The mainstream media (MSM) is run and owned by the (secret) governments and merely acts as their mouthpiece, generally trying to instill fear and worry and to provide a very blinkered view of the world and current affairs. In Europe, countries are portrayed according to their allegiance to American foreign policy, i.e. Syria in particular Assad is the scourge of the world and Saudi Arabia is a gentle and tolerant country, whereas in reality Syria is fighting USA / Israeli backed terrorist organisations and Saudi Arabia is presently assaulting Yemen and killing civilians with American weapons and British training, and of course still relying on good old stoning and decapitation for corporal punishment. If you are not white or pro-Israeli then you are fair game in the state medias eyes. For heavens sake just don’t ask awkward questions like why is America supporting, equipping and financing Al Qaeda in Syria and still fighting them in Afghanistan and Iraq, it was Al Qaeda who caused 9/11 wasn’t it? Allegedly anyway, but the more you read in to that and ask basic common sense questions like how all the buildings looked like they collapsed under controlled demolition, if the buildings were the first high-rise buildings to collapse to due fire why as all the rubble sent off to China for recycling before a proper investigation was undertaken, how were immaculate passports of the alleged hijackers found on the ground 20 or 30 storeys below amongst the total ruins of three collapsed buildings, how were people on the hijacked planes able to make repeated and long duration calls on mobiles when there is little or no signal at that altitude and it is impossible to maintain a mobile phone call whilst at high altitude travelling at 500mph. The more you think about it the more the whole MSM stinks.

Check this article out about 9/11:

Have a read through this to help understand the workings and origins of ISIS / ISIL / Daesh: