Nigel doing the banksters bidding ?

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Nigel doing the banksters bidding ?
« on: June 04, 2014, 10:25:28 PM »
Nigel is an internationlist and is doing the Banksters bidding. He is just bypassing the EU which is just a conduit for the EU and its 'Agenda 21' He is leading the people down the same road as the EU. Di

Can anyone tell me just why it is that 'Banksters' such as these; men who move in circles way above the 'Spiv's' pay grade are going out of their way to, seemingly, treat said 'Spivboy' as a best mate?

'Spivboy' with some of his new found American friends.

And an even more important question is this:  Why is Farage so happy to, hang out(as the Americans like to say), with Banksters, including a man who twice tried to destroy Sterling?

You can find the complete story here:

PS: Is 'Spivboy' now hoping to get an invite to the ultimate NWO get together - 'Bohemian Grove???

To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Cc: Guy Sent: Wednesday, 4 June 2014, 20:04

Subject: [patriots] Re: FW: How UKIP Can Win The 2015 Election Under First Past The Post

A couple of quick comments:

The prognosis below is based on the fact that Ukip is an anti-establishment party.

 This is not so!

 Farage has been entirely built up by the BBC, along with the rest of the establishment controlled print media.

Chris Knowles states:  "The establishment media, owned by the same people who may effectively own the politicians, acts as their cheerleaders..."

Which is exactly why Farage has had more appearances on QT than any other person in its history.Fact!

Farage, before he became leader, stated that he could not become leader of UKIP because he had too many skeletons in his cupboard. Can anyone believe that the media is in ignorance of all this.  Fact - they can destroy him whenever they so choose - and they will as soon as his usefulness is past!

 Nigel Farage will do nothing - and has done nothing - about the non-European ethnic displacement and replacement of the indigenous inhabitants of these islands. Fact:  He's on record as saying we need more none European immigration!  IMHO that makes him an establishment politician! After all, don't Camermoron, Cleggy, and Millipede, all support the same thing?

Consider this: Within 40 years, we, the indigenous Brits will become a minority group within these islands! When that tipping point is reached, it will not matter one iota whether we are ruled by foreigners in Brussels or Westminster.  [If most of those on this list are OK with this transformation of the ethnic make-up of Britain, perhaps it's already too late!]

 This elephant in the room, the ethnic cleansing of the British (make no mistake about it, this is exactly what is happening, and before our very eyes) is one that the cowardly traitor (and Islamic appeaser) to his people, Nigel Farage, will not touch.

 Finally, given that opposition to the EU conspiracy was always likely to emanate from the UK, can any sensible person really believe that that opposition WOULD BE SO UNIMPORTANT THAT IT WAS TO BE LEFT TO CHANCE?  OF COURSE NOT!!

 Indeed for anyone to dismiss this idea (as far too many currently do) whilst claiming that they are serious political practitioners is simply indefensible. 


 PS: Sorry for any offence caused.
PPS: -


From:  To:  Subject: How UKIP Can Win The 2015 Election Under First Past The Post
 Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2014 12:21:33 +0100


Hi Guy


The following is an article I just wrote about UKIP that you may want to distribute to your contacts.  The aim is to generate some strategic discussions about the 2015 election and hopefully to perform some political jujitsu.





How UKIP Can Win The 2015 Election Under First Past The Post


By Chris Knowles


The results of the 2014 European elections demonstrate clearly that UKIP can indeed win a national election.  Many claim that this cannot be translated into 2015 General Election success due to the nature of the British voting system.  However, this short paper will argue that the electoral system can be made to serve UKIP’s to the detriment of the establishment parties.  This is based on 3 key facts:


*      UKIPs apparent disadvantage is based on perception rather than reality.

*      The three establishment parties are so similar they are nothing more than factions of a single Establishment party

*      The Establishment vote is split three ways while the UKIP vote is unified


The key to success in 2015 will be based on changing perceptions by demonstrating a two horse race and a three way split.  The system cannot be changed but the way people think about it can and it is this that can make all the difference.


Only a question of perception


The 2014 poll demonstrated that in terms of percentages more people in the UK sympathised with UKIP than with any other political party.  This is reality, the only reason this is not translated into General Election success if because people perceive UKIP defeat under the system as inevitable.  As such they believe a vote for UKIP is a wasted vote and therefore do not vote on the basis of their political convictions.  This creates a self-fulfilling prophesy that Establishment relies on to maintain its grip on power.


Under First Past the Post the only barrier that UKIP faces is one of perception.  The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines perceptions as follows:


“noun \pər-ˈsep-shən\

: the way you think about or understand someone or something

: the ability to understand or notice something easily

: the way that you notice or understand something using one of your senses” (emphasis added)


The 2014 election has gone some way to changing perceptions – people now know that UKIP can win a national election.  The UKIP percentage of the vote is a reality, the supposed disadvantage of First Past the Post is only a perception.  All that UKIP needs to do over the next 12 months is change the way the public thinks about First Past the Post and get them to practice conviction politics.


This can be achieved by giving them a simple choice between two options.


Two Horse Race: Establishment versus UKIP


The key to UKIP’s success in 2015 will be to present the contest as a two horse race, a race involving two parties – the Establishment Party and the anti-Establishment UKIP.  If the public can be convinced that what are perceived as the three main parties are in reality three factions of a single establishment party First Past the Post can work dramatically in UKIP’s favour.  This should not be difficult since, based on experience, it is clear that it makes no difference which one (or indeed two) Establishment factions is the party(s) currently in power.  A vote for either of them is a vote for establishment interests and a policy of “more of the same”.  In 1997 people were voting for change, they thought that by voting for the Labour Party they would get that change -  they didn’t!  Past is prologue.


The European Union is a central pillar of establishment thinking and it is inconceivable that anyone who has been allowed to rise to the top of an establishment party will be able to facilitate the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.  In November 2009 David Cameron repudiated his previous "cast iron guarantee" to hold a referendum on the Lisbon treaty after he received pressure from other European (establishment) leaders.  How can we trust Mr Cameron’s supposed commitment for an in-out referendum on EU membership by 2017 after such a dramatic change of policy?  The only reason for putting off a referendum on membership of the EU to 2017 is to provide more time to find ways to undermine the popular will on the subject and to devise yet more excuses for continued membership.  The only things Cameron’s “cast iron” guarantees yield are piles of rust!  Whatever their rhetoric the establishment parties will never give up on the EU because it is so central to their world view.   Indeed, the EU is the central pillar of their world view!


The UK, like the rest of the Western world is governed by a system of “Managed Democracy”, not true democracy.  Under this system the establishment effectively decides who the public is allowed to vote for.  The establishment media, owned by the same people who may effectively own the politicians, acts as their cheerleaders.  It is not an impartial player in events but the propaganda arm of establishment interests.  It presents its favoured candidates in the most favourable light and smears anyone who is a threat to the establishment’s careful management of the system.  You can’t have two masters; you cannot represent the interests of the people as a whole while representing the interests of a tiny elite.


The recent showing by UKIP in the EU parliamentary elections suggests that if people were to vote confidently with their hearts UKIP could quite easily become the largest party in the polls next May.  However, in 2015 when the chips are down the establishment factions, Liberal Democrat, Labour, and Conservative “parties”, will stick together.  This will prove that they, together, really represent a single Establishment party.  This may make the difference between Nigel Farage being Prime Minister or being Leader of the Opposition.  However, once the ingrained perception about First Past the Post is broken, all bets are off because the system itself and the rules of the game will be transformed.


The political establishment will not let UKIP run the UK even if it wins the highest percentage of votes.  A coalition of Labour and the Conservatives is more likely than a coalition between either of them and UKIP.  This is because UKIP goes against the grain of establishment thinking and is opposed to the central establishment interest – unwavering support for the EU.  We have already seen evidence of this concept in operation following UKIP’s 2014 electoral victory. 

An article in the Thurrock Gazette on 29 May 2014 entitled Labour and Tories "weigh up grand coalition" to keep Ukip at bay gives us a glimpse of the Establishment blueprint for retaining power in the event of a UKIP electoral surge.  An coalition comprised of the Conservative and Labour parties in 2015 is not unlikely because as mere factions of the governing class they have more in common with each other than they do with UKIP.  The Thurrock situation provides evidence for the two horse race thesis.


Three Way Split for the Establishment Vote


The Establishment’s 2015 nightmare referred to above could be worse than they currently imagine.  Instead of Nigel Farage controlling the biggest party while being Leader of the Opposition they could find him as the Prime Minister with more than 50% of the vote.


Once the perception nut is cracked, the logic of the First Past the Post system swings in UKIPs favour and makes such a scenario possible.  In a two horse race, people are more likely to vote on the basis of their political convictions and true interests.  That could be damaging to the Establishment parties because their own vote would be split three ways.  Once perceptions have been changed their apparent advantage under the system is first nullified, and then turned into a weakness.


Add to this the percentage of the population that currently do not vote and the current political system becomes very interesting indeed.  UKIP mentioned in the aftermath of the 2014 election that it has secured votes from people who had never voted before.  It could be argued that the non-voting public are anti-establishment by definition and therefore more likely to support UKIP.  Dissatisfaction with the political establishment and a feeling that they can do nothing about the situation can be a strong motivator for not voting.  Such people understand the power of the Establishment and its current grip on the system of Managed Democracy.  If UKIP demonstrates that it can succeed against the establishment it is likely that more will come out to vote in the future.  Even if there were members of the non-voting public whose prime preference was for Labour, Liberal Democrat, and Conservative factions of the establishment, the three way split would make them less significant under the first past the post system.


If systemic perceptions were changed, a three way split for the Establishment vote would weaken the establishment parties and strengthen UKIP.




The First past the Post electoral system can be manipulated not only to the benefit of UKIP but also to the disadvantage of established or indeed Establishment parties.  The three concepts of perception, two horse race, and three way split could form the basis of a UKIP “12 Months to make a difference” campaign to transform UK politics and restore the country’s sovereignty.  This would form part of UKIP’s message that would supplement its existing strategy to focus mainly on key seats based on the “Paddy Ashdown Approach” referred to by the UKIP leader after the 2014 poll.  The strategy would rest on encouraging positive rather than negative voting behaviour by restoring confidence in conviction politics. “Conviction Politics” is a political technology that can be utilised to restore power to the electorate rather those who manage the system.  All UKIP needs to do is to change perceptions by presenting the Establishment parties as a single party in all but name…


From:Sent: 04 June 2014 07:56
To: [email protected]
Subject: Unbalanced 2


A Question Of Unbalance-Croesus Revisited



4th June 2014



Then of course if one takes my thesis-paradigm to its ultimate "Trotskyist" conclusion, the Neo-Trots in Washington and London, expect the masses they allowed to be oppressed by a mass invasion and colonisation of Moslems and others to rise up and overthrow their religion of peace masters and with it Capitalism, so ushering in the much vaunted Global Socialist Paradise they continue to wet dream of...."Order out of chaos".


One problem- It didn't work in Britain or Europe in the 1960s, nor in Iran in 1979, nor in Egypt in 2011, nor Libya in 2012, nor in Syria 2013, nor in Ukraine right now. The Trotskyist theories of "Permanent Revolution" will never work but do not expect that to stop these idiots trying. As usual its more of the same, because ideology is all. Have you ever wondered what the Left think of the fall of the old USSR?


Their answer is "It was not communist enough!". Well now they have tried it in Europe and that is failing too. They never admit a mistake do they? More of the same please and ever more doses is the solution, or a stronger "client" to facilitate their global Soviet. This time they chose Islam as the client of choice. Only they have used "Islam" before in Iran.


In 1979, the Marxists-Trotksyists-Leninists thought it would be a good idea to support the overthrow of the Shah, along with their fellow "Useful Idiots" in NATO. Within three weeks of the arrival of the Ayatollah, they were all dead or imprisoned. Now this is happening in Europe all over again.


So since the much vaunted "Socialist Paradise" didn't arrive in Britain in the 1960s, nor to date anywhere else, one would have thought by now, our Soviet want-to-be Kommissars would have "got it" loud and clear surely? Communsim doesn't work. Of course they didn't "get it" did they? And never will.




Because like everything else in Communism, it is anti-evolutionary and anti-nature but especially ammoral. Also Communists do not think for themselves, or even in groups.


Their ideology forbids it. All must correspond to the totality of "group think"- or rather what I term "Group feel". If anybody starts to think for themselves, out come the death squads. 150,000,000 souls have so far bore witness to what is essentially mass excuses not to have to think for themselves. Yet these amoral murderers think they are intellectually superior to all others.


They are not. Indeed to describe them as "thick" is an understatement. They are wilfullly "thick" thorugh ignoring the natural conditions of life and man's role in it all.


The human being is not meant to be anybody's slave or plaything. He is born with innate conditions of life- natural inalienable conditions of his natural existence- Freedom, liberty, thought, ability and most importantly the absolute imperative to seek to survive by himself, or through consent with others. He may also own and keep property and prtotect it. These are not "Rights" but absolute normative conditions in which any human must exist. Anything else is tyranny.


Then there is law, all based upon the above. We live in a moral universe. That is why we have Ten Commandments- all of them common sense if one thinks about it all. "Communism" is simply an excuse to take advantage of the talents of others- or "If I can't have it nor can you!"


It is even worse in Islam but both share the same absolute intolerance of the other. Both are inhuman and anti-evolution. I would also ask you to ponder why the flag of Communism uses a moon shaped sickle, hammer or sometines a star. Yes there is a connection with the Islamic crescent moon symbol. Both are fake religions and should be banished to hell where they came from. They are evil incarnate.





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