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21 June 2016 @ 04:55 pm
Brexit: Expert tells it as it is  

Britain being owned by the zio bank clerks that run - ruin the EU regime is beneficial for the 1%, politicians, the currency fraudsters in the BoE, for globalist corporations that are destroying the planet, for the OWG nutters and for the zionist gang that controls the EU dictators and assorted other concerns that work on upward wealth transfer that is legalised theft like inflation and the currency fraud.

Despite such tragedy, the case for Brexit remains strong
Liam Halligan
Telegraph Business 18 June 2016

How to write an economics polemic under such circumstances? How to argue about trade and geo-politics when an MP lies dead, her children bewildered, her husband in unspeakable pain?

I’ve written a weekly economics column for more than 20 years now, more than a decade in this newspaper. This one – so soon after Jo Cox’s death, yet just days before the referendum on Britain’s European Union membership – is easily the toughest.

My head is full of reasons I’ll vote Leave, reasons I still believe stand up to scrutiny. As this build up draws to a close, I also have plenty of telling anecdotes “from the campaign trail”.

What I can’t shake off, though, is the sense that, despite the looming vote, the public is utterly sick of this referendum: sick of “Project Fear”, sick of finger-wagging “experts”, sick of the battle between infantile virtue-signaling and feigned offence-taking among our political and media classes.

I’m voting Brexit because, economically speaking, the EU isn’t where it’s at

Yes, the stakes are extremely high. The whole country is like one big general election constituency during a referendum, so every vote counts. The reputations of many ambitious people are at stake on Thursday, to say nothing of the future path of the world’s fifth biggest economy and the broader “European project”.

Despite that, the conduct of our national debate, while robust and often testy, was until last week still just about acceptable. Then, a Yorkshire MP was slain. Ever since, as the public’s appetite for rhetorical knock-about has vaporised, that very knock-about has plumbed new depths of cynicism as the two sides have traded accusations of either “contributing to” or “exploiting for political purposes” this horrific and brutal murder.

I can only write it as I see it, despite the inevitability some will claim “disappointment” and even “disgust” I continue to advocate Leave, given that many already have. Because while the death of Jo Cox is a tragedy, the passing of a talented, public-spirited woman in barbaric circumstances doesn’t alter the fundamental arguments underlying this vote – even if it dominates the tone of campaigning over these final few days and impacts the nature of our politics (positively, I hope) in years to come.

So, I’m voting Brexit because, economically speaking, the EU isn’t where it’s at. In 1980, the bloc accounted for over 30pc of global GDP. Now, despite many more member states, it’s little more than 15pc. The UK currently sends 42pc of its exports to the EU, sharply down from 55pc just five years ago.“The continent”, today slow-growing and tied up in red tape, looked like the future when we voted Remain in 1975. Since then, treaties including Maastricht and Lisbon have radically altered our relationship, severely diluting British sovereignty. The European Commission (with its over-paid, unaccountable bureaucrats) and the European Parliament (a rubber-stamping factory for Commission diktats) are now powerful entities in our national life. The UK is subject to many EU directives and treaty obligations, whatever our MPs think, and even though the 1975 referendum asked us only to stay in “the Common Market”. I think that’s wrong.

Yes, we must keep trading with the EU once we leave, and our £60bn trade deficitwith the bloc means powerful German auto producers, French wineries and Italian furniture-makers will make sure that happens. Trade with the EU will still matter, but in a more inter-connected world, with the UK specialising in “weightless” services and geography less necessary, Europe isn’t economically important enough for us to succumb to a deeply undemocratic supra-national political body in order to trade with it. And they’ll trade with us anyway.

I’m voting Brexit because, while there will no doubt be some economic uncertainty, I think we can manage it. The Treasury says households will be £4,300 a year worse off by 2030, with the OECD’s “Brexit shockwave” casting us into penury. Such “studies” are designed to scare voters. “Experts” at the Treasury and the EU-funded OECD bend to their political masters, as do almost all economists with cushy public-sector jobs, while the political future of both the Prime Minister and Chancellor hang by a Brexit thread.

When the euro implodes, the big EU economies – the UK included – will pick up the tab

The UK, free from onerous EU directives and the common tariff on non-EU imports, could grow faster. A Brexited Britain would focus more on trade with dynamic emerging markets in Asia and elsewhere. The EU suits big UK corporates, banks and professional firms, as Brussels-based lobbying and tortuous regulation keeps smaller challengers at bay. That’s why so many small and medium-sized firms accounting for much of Britain’s creativity and employment back Leave.

Brexit makes sense because “Europe” isn’t working. The euro, which “most economists” told us to join, is doing untold damage. Locked in a high-currency straitjacket, Greece and Spain are suffering 40-50pc youth unemployment. Italy, having barely grown since the euro’s 1999 launch, faces a major banking crisis. Unable to depreciate their currencies, such economies are being sacrificed on the altar of “more Europe”. When the euro implodes, the big EU economies – the UK included – will pick up the tab.

If we vote Brexit, other countries will likely hold their own EU votes. During our Article 50 negotiation, lasting at least two years, The Netherlands, Sweden, Finland and Italy could also vote to leave. Only then, faced with undeniable evidence of Europe-wide disdain, will the eurocrats be forced to move to a looser, less hubristic, more democratic EU, one focused on trade and co-operation between sovereign nations, not absurd nation-building appealing to bien pensant elites but derided by ordinary people. I believe in an EU, but not this EU. A Brexit vote would give electorates elsewhere the courage to say the same.

Then there is “free movement of people” – good in theory but, I’m afraid, in reality naïve and dangerous. Massive wage differentials between EU members have driven record UK net migration: over 330,000 last year, double that if gauged by new national insurance numbers. Hailing from a long line of Irish builders, I will always argue the merits of immigration. But when the pace is this fast and getting faster, though great for big firms and the wealthy, low-income working people suffer, their wages flattened. This isn’t about being “racist” or “stupid”, but being deeply insecure economically – something much of our media class will never understand.

During this campaign, the politicisation of the Treasury and, above all, the Bank of England has, in my view, been shocking. For extremely well-heeled ministers to scare poor pensioners into thinking they will lose their benefits if they vote Leave is unforgiveable. Equally despicable was last week’s Leave poster showing a snaking queue of brown-faced refugees. For the vast majority of low-income Brexit backers, concerns about immigration relate to economics and numbers, not race.

So an MP has tragically died, in an incident that may or may not be related to this referendum. Campaigning has, anyway, sunk further into finger-pointing and acrimony. The UK boasts a generally honorable and vibrant political culture – a culture of which I am proud. I only hope we can recapture it once this referendum has been cast.

Source http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/18/despite-such-tragedy-the-case-for-brexit-remains-strong/

clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 04:12 pm (UTC)
Brexit vote is about the supremacy of Parliament and nothing else: Why I am voting to leave the EU
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Telegraph Business 13 June 2016
With sadness and tortured by doubts, I will cast my vote as an ordinary citizen for withdrawal from the European Union.
Let there be no illusion about the trauma of Brexit. Anybody who claims that Britain can lightly disengage after 43 years enmeshed in EU affairs is a charlatan or a dreamer, or has little contact with the realities of global finance and geopolitics.
Stripped of distractions, it comes down to an elemental choice: whether to restore the full self-government of this nation, or to continue living under a higher supranational regime, ruled by a European Council that we do not elect in any meaningful sense, and that the British people can never remove, even when it persists in error.
For some of us - and we do not take our cue from the Leave campaign - it has nothing to do with payments into the EU budget. Whatever the sum, it is economically trivial, worth unfettered access to a giant market.
"Today's EU is a deformed halfway house that nobody ever wanted"
We are deciding whether to be guided by a Commission with quasi-executive powers that operates more like the priesthood of the 13th Century papacy than a modern civil service; and whether to submit to a European Court of Justice (ECJ) that claims sweeping supremacy, with no right of appeal.
It is whether you think the nation states of Europe are the only authentic fora of democracy, be it in this country, Sweden, the Netherlands, or France - where Nicholas Sarkozy has launched his presidential bid with an invocation of King Clovis and 1,500 years of Frankish unity.
My Europhile Greek friend Yanis Varoufakis and I both agree on one central point, that today's EU is a deformed halfway house that nobody ever wanted. His solution is a great leap forward towards a United States of Europe with a genuine parliament holding an elected president to account. Though even he doubts his dream. "There is a virtue in heroic failure" he said.
"The Project bleeds the lifeblood of the national institutions, but fails to replace them with anything lovable"
I do not think this is remotely possible, or would be desirable if it were, but it is not on offer anyway. Six years into the eurozone crisis and there is no a flicker of fiscal union: no eurobonds, no Hamiltonian redemption fund, no pooling of debt, and no budget transfers. The banking union belies its name. Germany and the creditor states have dug in their heels.
Where we concur is that the EU as constructed is not only corrosive but ultimately dangerous, and that is the phase we have now reached as governing authority crumbles across Europe.
More http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/12/brexit-vote-is-about-the-supremacy-of-parliament-and-nothing-els/
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 05:47 pm (UTC)
Statistics, damned statistics and Osborne, a liar
Has George Osborne's punishment Budget terrified Britain into Remaining?
Telegraph Asa Bennett
21 June 2016
George Osborne knew he would anger Brexiteers by unveiling a £30 billion package of tax rises and spending cuts he insisted would be needed if Britain left the European Union. Outrage from Tory Leavers would be worthwhile for him if the resulting furore ensured voters noticed, baulked at Brexit and sought refuge in the Remain camp.
The polls have since then picked up a clear shift in public opinion Remain-wards, suggesting something has been driving voters away from the Brexit brink. Leave's one-point lead among those definite to vote in last week's ORB poll has disappeared, replaced by a seven-point lead for Remain, marking a total reversal of eight points. Tory psephologist Robert Hayward warned earlier this month that voters who may be expected to back Britain's continued EU membership were drifting towards Brexit, but now finds that many of those he found were previously undecided or leaning towards Leave were now falling behind Remain.
The best 'scaremongering' from the Remain camp Play! 01:07
Economic concerns are very likely to be driving this, with Professor John Curtice's NatCen analysis finding that the economy was the "second strongest factor" weighing on voters' minds as they consider the referendum question (behind whether Britain’s identity was at threat from EU membership). YouGov has detected a notable rise in the percentage of voters who think Brexit would leave them "financially worse off", and the number persuaded that it would be good news staying the same.
Public perceptions as to how people would be financially in the event of a Brexit have seen a notable change: pic.twitter.com/SSepMreEJs
— Britain Elects (@britainelects) June 19, 2016
This shift in how much Britons feel Brexit could affect their finances suggests – as YouGov founder Stephan Shakespeare observes – that George Osborne's scary post-Brexit Budget has "worried people into switching".
The Chancellor's proposal was quickly derided as a "dead cat Budget", but his critics may have helped him terrify voters by responding how he hoped they would: by taking it seriously. Scores of Tory MPs threatened to vote against it, with Michael Gove condemning it as "terrible", but they were effectively conceding that it was a realistic prospect after a vote to Leave.
More http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/21/has-george-osbornes-punishment-budget-terrified-britain-into-rem/
Osborne is supporting the NWO with British wealth.
Supporting the European dictatorship is supporting a zionist NWO.
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 06:22 pm (UTC)
The incompetent thief of British wealth. Osborne, a Bilderberg NWO nutter
How large is the UK’s national debt, and why does it matter?
Telegraph Peter Spence, Economics Correspondent
21 June 2016
The UK Government owes more than £1.6 trillion to its creditors.
If you want to compare that to the UK’s population, then the national debt attributable to every man, woman and child is in the region of £24,900 each.
George Osborne, the Chancellor, has made it his mission to reduce the size of this debt. However, his plans have repeatedly come unstuck. Rather than starting to pay down the debt by the end of the last parliament, as planned, the debt pile has risen in value.
The national debt is now expected to keep growing, according to forecasts compiled by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), to more than £1.7 trillion by the end of the current parliament.
We can estimate how high the national debt is now based on the latest borrowing figures, and where the OBR believes it will be by the end of the current fiscal year.
This approach is by no means perfect - the debt does not rise at a steady pace, and in some months it can fall - but it gives a sense of how fast the debt is climbing over the fiscal year.
How could the UK reduce its debt?
The Chancellor plans to eliminate the budget deficit in order to start paying down the national debt. The deficit is the amount by which the Government’s spending exceeds its revenues, forcing it to borrow and therefore adding to the national debt. The deficit can be reduced by cutting Government spending, raising revenues, or both.
Mr Osborne has introduced a fiscal charter to this effect, promising that in “good times”, the Government will in the future be bound not to run a deficit. Economists have been less than convinced by the charter and speculated that such a rule would not necessarily be binding and could instead result in fudge, rather than sound finances.
Quoting Willem Buiter, a former member of the Bank of England’s nine-strong council of interest rate setters, Mr Osborne once said: “Fiscal responsibility acts are instruments of the fiscally irresponsible to con the public.”
Continues http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/02/19/how-large-is-the-uks-national-debt-and-why-does-it-matter/
Osborne like most of the thieves that call themselves representative appears to have his heart set on a seat at the EU regime dictators' table bought with British sovereignty, wealth and freedom.

Edited at 2016-06-21 06:42 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 06:58 pm (UTC)
A Brexit would hearten the Texas independence movement

It would also give heart to the majority of Euro commission debt slaves that want the luciferian zionist beast staked and buried.

Peaceful electorate balkanization of the US and EU? What a warm thought.

I wonder what stunt the commission dictators will pull as and when we say F Off. Best of 3? A NATO regime change? An outright refusal to accept the will of the people?
That last they can do because our treasonous politicians have surrendered most of our sovereignty to the eco-fascists.
And they could simply pass a law to be rubber stamped by their caretaker government led by Rothschild Cameron.

clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 07:05 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 07:35 pm (UTC)
The Rise of the Corporatocracy
By Graham Vanbergen
Global Research, June 21, 2016
European Financial Review 20 June 2016
We all have a feeling that something is not quite right any more. We know there is a creeping colonisation of public life by corporations because we know a slow motion coup d’état is taking place by transnational organisations facilitated by our political leaders. The incontrovertible proof stares at us in the face every day with wave after wave of financial, economic, social and ecological crisis.
A clear and troublesome picture of corporate power has emerged in recent years where rising inequality is now simply the distinction of expanding corporate activity and those being left behind.
A study in 2000 by Corporate Watch, Global Policy Forum and the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) revealed some alarming facts about a rising corporatocracy that should have been brought to heel by western government’s years ago. Instead, corporations are now literally at the helm.
At the turn of the millennia this study confirmed that whilst there were around 40,000 worldwide corporations, just 200 had true global reach and influence. These colossal organisations, many larger than national economies controlled well over one quarter of global economic activity whilst 80 per cent of the world’s population were either left out completely, marginalised or were net losers as a direct result of their activities.1
The decade long IPS study made for very uncomfortable reading. The most alarming amongst a long list of culpability is that as corporate profits soared – wealth concentration followed, and it did so in an environment of stagnating workers wages.
The top 200 corporations were bigger than the combined economies of 182 countries and have twice the economic influence than 80 per cent of all humanity.
For perspective, the report highlighted that of the 100 largest economies in the world, 51 were corporations; only 49 were countries. Wal-Mart for example, was bigger than 161 countries. Mitsubishi was larger than the fourth most populous nation on earth: Indonesia. General Motors was bigger than Denmark. Ford was bigger than South Africa.
The top 200 corporations were bigger than the combined economies of 182 countries and have twice the economic influence than 80 per cent of all humanity.
You might find it something of a surprise to learn that these same 200 global corporations employed less than one third of one per cent of the world’s people – just 18.8 million.
Trading, automobiles, banking, retailing and electronics are where most corporate concentration accumulates and even then one third of all trade is transactions among various units of the same corporation.
By 2012, the top 25 corporations in the world were earning $177,000 per second with Wal-Mart’s annual revenue having risen to $470 billion.
Today the outlook is even worse.
In the meantime, learning from previous successes, corporate lobbyists now termed “expert committees” meet daily with EU Commission officials to hammer out a trade deal whilst almost no consumer or environmental organisations are represented. Civil society is excluded, as are their representatives in the guise of MEP’s with the illusion of democracy fading fast.
Corporations now place their profits in ultra low or no tax jurisdictions and their losses in high-tax ones, where an estimated $32 trillion is shielded from making any contribution to the societies they extract their wealth from with little or no scrutiny from government’s.
What we now have is anarchy by very rich and powerful corporations.
Full horror story http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-rise-of-the-corporatocracy/5532097
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 07:44 pm (UTC)
We are not alone in hating the dictatorship
Beyond Brexit: Favorable Opinion of EU Plunges Everywhere, Especially France
By Mike "Mish" Shedlock
Global Research, June 21, 2016
Defend Democracy Press 20 June 2016
The UK is not the only country with increasing doubts about the EU.
A Pew Research Center study on Euroskepticism Beyond Brexit shows a huge dip in EU favorability across the board.
France has an even lower overall favorable rating of the EU than the UK. The favorable score is 38% in France, 44% in the UK.
The British are not the only ones with doubts about the European Union. The EU’s image and stature have been on a roller coaster ride in recent years throughout Europe. In a number of nations the portion of the public with a favorable view of the Brussels-based institution fell markedly from 2012 to 2013 as the European economy cratered. It subsequently rebounded in 2014 and 2015. But the EU is again experiencing a sharp dip in public support in a number of its largest member states.

EU favorability is down in five of the six nations surveyed in both 2015 and 2016. There has been a double-digit drop in France (down 17 percentage points) and Spain (16 points), and single-digit declines in Germany (8 points), the United Kingdom (7 points) and Italy (6 points).
More http://www.globalresearch.ca/beyond-brexit-favorable-opinion-of-eu-plunges-everywhere-especially-france/5532169
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 08:48 pm (UTC)
Brexit: Up to now it has been only politicians selling the nation's soul
The zio banksters want a world war so they can start the highly profitable for them boom-bust-war cycle again.

The EU was founded by the enemies of humanity based on the lie "no more wars". Now we have the US directed NATO playing war games on Russia's border with the EU Commission and Council approval, while the US has Russia and China surrounded with bases and boats. The threat of another world war has never been higher. The zio controlled EU Commission does as the zio controlled White Ho tells it.

Is Cameron in bed with the White Ho?

Political repression and militarization of Poland
Voltaire Net by Janusz Niedzwiecki
Varsaw (Poland)
Poland is living today, and with some delay, a political development comparable to that of Turkey. These two States, members of the Atlantic Alliance, militarized and conduct extensive political repression. Given the involvement of Turkey in the war against Syria and Poland in that against Ukraine, we can logically deduce that these abuses are not national events, but the result of the Nato policy.

U.S. and Russian Jets Clash Over Syria:
American and Russian fighter jets had a tense showdown in the skies above Syria as the Russians dropped bombs on U.S.-backed rebels.
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:04 pm (UTC)
NATO Threatens Europe With Annihilation
By John Scales Avery
To save itself from the danger of nuclear annihilation, Europe must declare its independence from America.

Washington’s “Second Nuclear Age”. Threatening Russia and China

Putin: People Do Not Understand How Potentially Dangerous The Situation Really Is
Western officials “pull the wool over [their news outlets] eyes,” who in turn misinform their audiences.

Germany Urges NATO to Work With Moscow:
Stop Carrying out War Games on Russia’s Border

Putin says US missile shield is a danger:
"We will perfect our missile strike capability, to preserve balance, only because of that," Putin told leaders of international media organisations at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday.

Putin : West Supported Coup in Kiev to Justify Existence of NATO
"They need an external enemy, an external opponent - or why else would this organization be needed?"

Syria: Aal-Qaida-affiliated Nusra Front, killed 86 troops and pro-government gunmen, including 25 members of Hezbollah:
Hezbollah issued a statement in Beirut on Saturday saying it lost a number of "martyrs" in "direct and fierce confrontations with terrorist organizations.

‘Despite 400,000 civilians killed in Syria, US State Dept wants military action against Assad’
Fifty-one State Department officials are pushing for military operations rather than diplomacy and working with the Russian government to achieve peace in Syria, former US State Department official Ann Wright told RT.
State dept is code for the military industrial complex (CFR), corporations, zionist banks, one world gov't nutters and luciferians

House Approves More Sales Of Cluster Bombs To Saudi Arabia:
The House on Thursday narrowly defeated a measure that would have banned the transfer of cluster bombs to Saudi Arabia
Your government is an enemy of humanity and the planet

The Taliban now hold more ground in Afghanistan than at any point since 2001:
The new U.S. commander in Afghanistan has submitted his first three-month assessment of the situation in the war-torn country and what it's going to take to defeat the Taliban, a U.S. military official has told The Associated Press.

US House okays funding boost for Israel’s missile defense:
Under the shadow of a presidential veto, over $600 million allocated for programs; pro-Israel groups criticize White House for opposing spending increase
As bad as giving cluster bombs to the other terrorist state

U.S. Sets Stage for Libya-Like Regime Change in Eritrea, “Africa’s Cuba”
By Glen Ford
Obama is set to add another war to his bloody legacy.
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:04 pm (UTC)
U.S. Officials Fear Saudi Collapse If New Prince Fails:
The Saudi prince who seems to have won a family power struggle is meeting with U.S. officials this week -- some of them the same officials who are concerned his reign could be ruinous and hurt the regional security U.S. officials crave.

Switzerland withdraws longstanding application to join EU:
The upper house of the Swiss parliament on Wednesday voted to invalidate its 1992 application to join the European Union, backing an earlier decision by the lower house.
Why would Rothschild want Britain in yet keeps Switzerland out?

Samantha Power, Henry Kissinger & Imperial Delusions
By Daniel Kovalik
Samantha Power is a hypocrite and a phony idealist who believes her own lies about the role of the U.S., and even herself, in the world.

The Civil War Didn’t End Slavery After All
By Lauren Karaffa
Imprison people and exploit them for cheap labor — often at 50 cents an hour or less.

120 Degrees! Western Wildfires Explode With Triple-Digit Heat Wave on the Way:
If you live in Arizona, California or Nevada, watch out for temperatures as high as 120 degrees in the next few days.
Man-made with chem trails and HAARP
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:18 pm (UTC)
Brexit: We are not alone in hating what the dictatorship does
E.g. TTIP. The EU enemies of humanity and the banksters' best friend Cameron want to surrender the ability to legislate against such as the criminal banks and oil companies against the will of the debt slaves.

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
What is TTIP? And six reasons why the answer should scare you
Have you heard about TTIP? If your answer is no, don’t get too worried; you’re not meant to have
[Ends with]
So I don’t know about you, but I’m scared. I would vote against TTIP, except… hang on a minute… I can’t. Like you, I have no say whatsoever in whether TTIP goes through or not. All I can do is tell as many people about it as possible, as I hope, will you. We may be forced to accept an attack on democracy but we can at least fight against the conspiracy of silence.
Britain's enemy Cameron is a TTIP advocate and cheerleader.

Out of the 150,000 correspondents to the EU's enquiry on TTIP 97% were against it.

The EU commission being deeply democratic ignored the debt slaves and carried on as normal, negotiating in secret.
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:20 pm (UTC)
Comment to the Indy article
The Great Dictator's Speech
I'm sorry, but I don’t want to be an emperor. That’s not my business. I don’t want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone - if possible - Jew,Gentile - black man - white. We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness - not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone. And the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way.
Greed has poisoned men’s souls, has barricaded the world with hate, has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed. We have developed speed, but we have shut ourselves in. Machinery that gives abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge has made us cynical. Our cleverness, hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery we need humanity. More than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness. Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost....
The aeroplane and the radio have brought us closer together. The very nature of these inventions cries out for the goodness in men - cries out for universal brotherhood - for the unity of us all. Even now my voice is reaching millions throughout the world - millions of despairing men, women, and little children -victims of a system that makes men torture and imprison innocent people.
To those who can hear me, I say - do not despair. The misery that is now upon us is but the passing of greed - the bitterness of men who fear the way of human progress. The hate of men will pass, and dictators die, and the power they took from the people will return to the people. And so long as men die, liberty will never perish....
Soldiers!Don’t give yourselves to brutes - men who despise you - enslave you - who regiment your lives - tell you what to do - what to think and what to feel! Who drill you - diet you - treat you like cattle, use you as cannon fodder. Don’t give yourselves to these unnatural men - machine men with machine minds and machine hearts! You are not machines! You are not cattle! You are men! You have the love of humanity in your hearts! You don’t hate! Only the unloved hate -the unloved and the unnatural! Soldiers! Don’t fight for slavery! Fight for liberty!
In the 17th Chapter of St Luke it is written: “the Kingdom of God is within man” - no tone man nor a group of men, but in all men! In you! You, the people have the power - the power to create machines. The power to create happiness! You, the people, have the power to make this life free and beautiful, to make this life a wonderful adventure.
Then -in the name of democracy - let us use that power - let us all unite. Let us fight for a new world - a decent world that will give men a chance to work -that will give youth a future and old age a security. By the promise of these things, brutes have risen to power. But they lie! They do not fulfill that promise. They never will!
Dictators free themselves but they enslave the people! Now let us fight to fulfill that promise! Let us fight to free the world - to do away with national barriers -to do away with greed, with hate and intolerance. Let us fight for a world of reason, a world where science and progress will lead to all men’s happiness.Soldiers! in the name of democracy, let us all unite!
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:26 pm (UTC)
by The Right To Arm Bears
Petition to Have the House of Commons debate TTIP and implications for the UK as a whole.
Please sign and then send to all on your address book

clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 09:57 pm (UTC)
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
(TTIP) has been debated on five occasions in the House of Commons and once in the House of Lords.
TTIP would bring economic benefits on both sides of the Atlantic, increasing trade and investment, creating jobs and giving consumers more choice. It could boost the UK economy by £10 billion each year. This translates to additional disposable income of about £400 per year for an average UK household.

NHS [1]

The Government has always been clear that protecting the NHS is of the utmost importance for the UK. We believe, as does the European Commission, that provisions in the current TTIP texts and numerous previous trade deals we have been part of over the past several decades achieve this protection. These treaties have helped both UK and EU businesses grow and create high quality jobs. They have also ensured that it remains for the UK to decide how our public services are run. The European Trade Commissioner has confirmed the NHS is not at risk, stating that ‘member states do not have to open public health services to competition from private providers, nor do they have to outsource services to private providers’. A full copy of the Commissioner’s letter can be found on the ‘publications’ section of the GOV.UK website.

Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) [2]

Investment protection provisions featured in all six Parliamentary debates on TTIP. They protect small and big businesses, individuals and pension funds from discriminatory or unfair treatment by a state. They are not about allowing foreign businesses to sue governments that pass laws which affect profits. ISDS tribunals can determine whether a state has breached the obligations set out in a treaty through discriminatory or unfair treatment and if a foreign investor is entitled to compensation.
The UK has a great record of creating the right environment for investors and treating them fairly. We have over 90 such agreements in place with other countries and there has never been a successful claim brought against the UK, nor has the threat of potential claims affected the Government’s legislative programme. But many UK investors overseas who have suffered discrimination, expropriation and lack of due legal process have relied on ISDS.
The European Commission has published its proposal for investment protections in TTIP http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/press/index.cfm?id=1364 The UK will make sure that governments can continue to regulate lawfully in the public interest and that public services remain protected.

Transparency / Consultation [3]

The European Commission has published a number of EU proposals for legal text in TTIP, position papers, and a series of factsheets setting out the EU's aims for the agreement http://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/in-focus/ttip/ The Commission has also run four online public consultations on various parts of the deal, including ISDS. It is holding regular meetings with an advisory group, as well as civil society groups throughout the negotiations. In addition, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) holds regular meetings with organisations representing those with a particular interest in TTIP.

Parliamentary Oversight [4]

The European Commission and the US have agreed that national parliamentarians should have access to classified TTIP documents via reading rooms in national ministries. The UK is establishing such a reading room in BIS. This will give access to documents for Members of both Houses equivalent to that afforded MEPs.
Parliament already oversees the negotiations via updates from Ministers. In addition to being been debated in Parliament six times, TTIP has been considered by four Parliamentary committees. The Government has responded to committee reports www.gov.uk/bis/ttip Ministers are always prepared to meet with parliamentarians to discuss TTIP.
We expect that TTIP will be a “mixed” agreement, covering areas of both EU and Member State competence. In that case, it will be subject to agreement by each EU Member State, the EU Council and the European Parliament. As part of this process the agreement will be subject to Parliamentary scrutiny before it is ratified by the UK.

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
clothcapclothcap on June 21st, 2016 10:00 pm (UTC)
Don't expect any politician to speak truthfully. Check all their claims.
My response to the petition denial:
"...£400 per year for an average UK household."
Except you can't fool all the people all the time.
Under lie detector conditions how much would households actuality benefit, considering the agreement is about maximising profits for the banks and corporations? Selling Britain's soul once to the servants of satan in the EU wasn't enough?

[1] The Cameron regime is privatising the NHS by stealth already.
[2] The TTIP is about eliminating competition for the globalist corporations like Big Pharm. How many small business were consulted or involved in compiling this contract with the devil?
[3] The TTIP has been negotiated mostly in secret and the public has been kept in the dark about the the full consequences of it.
[4] oversight is a metaphor for rubber stamp

Summary. The traitor regime will need to be strong-armed into holding a referendum on it.