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Part One – News Review and Investigative Reports
Mass Trespass Sat 24 Sep 2022 near Crawley in Surrey www.landscapesoffreedom.com Hundreds take part in mass trespass to stop Centre Parcs development in Worth Forest Hundreds of people from all over Sussex have come together today (September 24) to conduct a mass trespass in Worth Forest, near Crawley. Participants hope to put a stop to the development of a major new Centre Parcs holiday complex. The project was first revealed last October, when Centre Parcs bosses revealed they had secured an option to acquire Oldhouse Warren: 553 acres of privately owned woodland off Balcombe Road. The company said it would seek planning permission to build a range of attractions on the site, including 900 lodges, indoor and outdoor leisure facilities, a variety of restaurants, a spa, and a ‘subtropical swimming paradise.’ Between all these projects, as well as the construction of necessary new infrastructure the development is estimated to cost £350 million. Now, conservationists and residents are conducting a mass trespass to make their feelings known. The event was organised by the Landscapes of Freedom and the Right to Roam campaigns, who are calling for the refusal of Centre Parc’s proposal and for the area to be made into a ‘people’s forest’ like Epping Forest or New Forest. A spokesperson said: “Worth Forest, which borders the outer fringes of Crawley, constitutes the largest bloc of ancient woodland in middle Sussex, but three quarters of it has no open access for the public.” Worth Forest is situated within the High Weald area of outstanding natural beauty, which gives it the same level of formal planning protection as a national park. Other organisations, including the RSPB, the Woodland Trust, CPRE Sussex, the Sussex Wildlife Trust and ‘Protect Oldhouse Warren’, have also condemned the project, calling for the conservation of the ancient woodland on which it could be built. Right to Roam campaigner Henry Jenkinson said: “The case of Worth Forest demonstrates how much of England’s woodland, along with 92% of our countryside, is forbidden to the public. The covid emergency proved that all of us need ready, free access to nature: it should be a right for all, not just the privileged who can afford it.” Dave Bangs, co-founder of Landscapes of Freedom, added: “The energy use of this development alone will ratchet up climate change, and its transport implications will wreck the tranquility of the High Wealden forest district. How can people fight an ecocidal proposal like this if we are not allowed to use the forest that it threatens? We need to know and love this forest which is on our doorsteps if we are to defend it. What the eye cannot see the heart does not grieve.” Today’s trespass takes place alongside the publication of a Right to Roam bill in parliament, introduced by Brighton MP Caroline Lucas. She said: “Worth Forest is of the utmost importance, and it’s vital that we save it. A precious wilderness, home to a wonderful myriad of species – from fierce- looking goshawks to tiny pipistrelles, small enough to fit in a matchbox, and to golden-ringed dragonflies. It’s why I have introduced a Bill to Parliament which would extend our Right to Roam in England and Wales to include access to woodlands, green belt, waters and grasslands.”
SQUATTERS HANDBOOK – The Squatters Handbook (ISBN 0 – 9507769 – 7-1) has been published by the Advisory Service for Squatters in London since 1976. It is now in its fourteenth edition and provides over a hundred pages of detailed legal and practical information about squatting and homelessness in England and Wales. Scotland squatters rights – Squatting in Scotland – Is it already an offence? It has been widely reported today that squatting is becoming a criminal offence following the UK Government’s recent legislation. It should of course be noted that this legislation and change of law applies solely to England and Wales and not Scotland. The position in Scotland is not affected as squatting is already criminalised under the Trespass (Scotland) Act 1865 which makes it an offence to lodge or encamp on private property. That does not mean, however, if you are a victim of squatting the Police will always come to your rescue as sometimes they do not wish to get involved in such matters. Indeed, very few prosecutions have taken place in Scotland in terms of the existing legislation. If the Police were to refuse to be involved in removing someone from your property, the advice would be not to take any action yourself. This could potentially be an illegal eviction. Even squatters could rely upon possession of a property as a real right and one which means they can only be evicted by consent or by order of the court.
Rental prices in South West England rise at their fastest rate on record The cost of private home rental in our region grew by the fastest rate ever in the twelve months up to June, Bristol Live can reveal. Prices were 4.1 percent higher in June of 2022 than in June of 2021 – the largest year-on-year increase since comparative records began in 2006. Taking the twelve months to July 2022, private rental prices had risen by 4 percent – the third largest rise of any UK region. Only the East and the East Midlands saw faster increases, of 4.1 and 4.3 percent respectively. The record-breaking hike in home rental came at the same time that workers across Britain saw their regular pay fall by 3 percent, according to separate figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Ashley Day is the founder and director of Bristol Property Centre, an award-winning independent letting agent based in Redland. He called the average rise of 4.1 percent “quite modest”, suggesting that prices had jumped by much more in many cases. “I’ve run BPC for ten years and supply has never been like this,” said Ashley. “Some tenants are offering up to £100 more than the landlord is asking for.” The difficulty and expense of renting in the city is a popular topic amongst members of the Reddit forum r/Bristol, as suggested by the title of the weekly general discussion thread: “Buying, selling, moving, renting, lost property and general chat should go here.” “I would say it’s an average price, not the best deal but equally nothing super high,” replied Party-Efficiency7718. “Good value in the current market I’d say in that location. Unfortunately, the market is messed up.” “Just been notified that our rent is going from [£1,400] per month to [£1,900] in Horfield, and I am in disbelief,” wrote user Beardy_Will, in another thread. “Landlord reckons it is reasonable as the local letting agents told him to charge [£2,000]. Of course they tell him that as it is in both their interests to do so.”
The UK could see increase in house repossessions if interest rates continue to rise, experts warn If interest rates continue to rise as they have been in recent times, there could be even more homeowners losing their properties to repossession, it has been warned There is concern the UK will see an increase in house repossessions if interest rates continue to rise at a steady pace after it was revealed the base rate has been increased by another 0.5 per cent, bringing it to 2.25 per cent. A combination of high house prices, soaring energy and food bills as well as close to double-digit inflation is pushing up interest rates, leading to more homeowners left being unable to pay their mortgage. Repossessions, a legal process where a lender or secured loan provider takes ownership of a property, have already risen substantially this year. While repossession is a last resort, figures seem to suggest it is more likely the higher interest rates rise. Home repossessions have been picking up during the latest cycle of rate rises, according to recent statistics covering England and Wales from the Government from April to June 2022, when compared to the same quarter in 2021. It revealed mortgage possession claims, made by lenders, have increased by 39 per cent, orders, which is where a county court can ask for possession, soared by 496 per cent, warrants, applied for by the lender, rose by 361 per cent and repossessions by county court bailiffs increased by a huge 1,611 per cent. To put the increase into context, there was only 10 repossessions in the whole of last year from April 2020 to March 2021. However, it is important to note the figures are somewhat skewed by the pandemic as restrictions on bailiff enforcement were put in place but ended on 31 May 2021. They are now working to reduce backlogs. Myron Jobson, senior personal finance analyst at Interactive Investor, said: “Mortgage rates have surged to levels we haven’t seen in a while, marking the end of the era of cheap home loans. “With households also facing unprecedented cost pressures from all sides and interest rates set to rise further to rein in rampant inflation, the harsh reality is there is likely to be a rise in the number of people losing their homes as they fall into arrears.” Karen Noye, mortgage expert at Quilter, said the quicker the base rate increases, the more likely there can be an increase in homes being taken over. “Historically, we know that when the Bank of England interest rate reached around 7 per cent in 1998, we were seeing repossession levels of around 34,000 a year in the UK. “The big difference is during that time period rates had risen gradually over a number of years having hovered around the 5 to 6 per cent mark for a while prior to the increase to 7 per cent in 1998.
Voices: Truss risks killing the economy – and the Tory party Sean O’Grady There are lots of flaws with Trussonomics. So far as can be judged, it requires a huge leap of faith in the ability of tax cuts and “supply-side reforms” to unleash such a wave of economic revival that the UK returns to its pre-Covid, pre-Brexit, pre-financial crisis trend rate of economic growth, which was comparatively healthy. In such circumstances, the striking reductions in personal and business taxation proposed by Liz Truss and her chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, would soon become “self-fulfilling”; the extra tax revenues from higher economic activity paying for themselves. This is sometimes called “Thatcherite”, to inspire a British audience with a vague folk memory of the 1980s boom times. In reality, Thatcher reduced personal income taxation, but paid for it by a near-doubling of VAT, a windfall tax on the banks and trimming back public spending plans. She also tightened the squeeze on the economy by ramping interest rates up to 17 per cent. The result was a sharp recession, mass unemployment, creating wastelands in the industrial north and Midlands – but eventually, inflation came down. Trussonomics, on the other hand, seeks to avoid recession – and has tax cuts paid for by higher borrowing, possibly also boosted by a plan to cap energy bills. It is much more like Reaganomics, where President Reagan ran up huge budget and trade deficits as he slashed taxes. It kind of worked, but these twin deficits have remained more or less a constant of American economic life ever since, nowadays funded by loans from the Chinese. Unlike the UK, America has the “exorbitant privilege” of running the world’s reserve currency. Unlike the British, there is an almost insatiable global appetite for American treasury bills and bonds. Trussonomics also means running fiscal and monetary policy in opposite directions – usually taken to be futile, at best. The fiscal boost from tax cuts and public spending will push inflation up – but the Bank will have to raise interest rates to get the spending power back out of the economy to bring inflation back to the 2 per cent target. The bigger the tax cuts, the bigger the rate rises. This means, maybe: a slump, bankruptcies, a housing crash and destitution for hard-working families with big mortgages. Or the dash for growth will work and output will soar.
As it happened: Pound falls as chancellor cuts income tax and stamp duty In a massive shake-up of the UK’s finances, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng unveils the biggest tax cutting moves in 50 years The financial markets react badly, with the pound falling to a fresh 37-year low against the dollar Kwarteng defends the measures, saying they are “exactly the right thing” to do The basic rate of income tax is cut to 19p and the 45% top rate of tax for higher earners abolished – although this doesn’t apply in Scotland The threshold before stamp duty is paid in England and Northern Ireland is raised to £250,000 – for first time buyers it’s £425,000 The cap on bankers’ bonuses is lifted, and a planned rise in corporation tax scrapped An increase in National Insurance is reversed, and low-tax investment zones will be set up across the UK Labour’s shadow chancellor says the plan “will reward the already wealthy” and will not help those struggling most with rising prices What happened? Kwasi Kwarteng delivered a sweeping mini-budget in his first major speech as chancellor. What was announced? Cuts to stamp duty foe homebuyers in England and Northern Ireland A cut in the basic rate of income tax will be brought forward by a year, and the 45% rate was scrapped A hike in National Insurance contributions was reversed Rules around universal credit were tightened, by reducing benefits if people don’t fulfil job search commitments A UK-wide rise in corporation tax, which was due to increase from 19% to 25% in April 2023, was cancelled A cap on bankers’ bonuses was scrapped How was it received? The pound fell to a fresh 37-year low against the dollar as financial markets The government was accused by Labour and some charities of prioritising the richest proportion of the population Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves called it “the wrong tax cut, at the wrong time” Meanwhile, Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey said the government was “totally out of touch with ordinary people and businesses” In an interview with the BBC, Kwarteng defended his policies, saying that they weren’t a gamble
Fracking won’t work in UK says founder of fracking company Cuadrilla Chris Cornelius says geology is too challenging and government’s support is merely ‘soundbites’ Fracking in the UK will be impossible at any meaningful scale and will not help with the energy price crisis, the founder of the UK’s first fracking company has warned. Chris Cornelius, the geologist who founded Cuadrilla Resources, which drilled the UK’s first modern hydraulic fracturing wells in Lancashire, told the Guardian that he believed the government’s support for it is merely a “political gesture”. “I don’t think there is any chance of fracking in the UK in the near term.” He said that when Cuadrilla had operated here, it had discovered that the geology of the UK was unsuited to widespread fracking operations. “No sensible investors” would take the risk of embarking on large projects here, he said. “It’s very challenging geology, compared with North America [where fracking is a major industry].” Unlike the gas-bearing shale deposits in the US, the shale resource in the UK is “heavily faulted and compartmentalised”, making it far harder to exploit at any scale. Liz Truss, the prime minister, has made clear she supports fracking and will lift the moratorium that has been in place since 2019, though it remains to be seen where and how sites will be licensed. She has said she hopes to see gas from fracked sites as soon as six months from now. But Cornelius said that “would not happen”. Truss’s decision to give the green light to fracking “is not going to have an impact” on the UK’s energy supply, he told the Guardian in an interview. “It makes good soundbites but I can’t see anything happening,” he said. In the longer term, he said it was possible there could be a few localised operations, but they would be small and could not make a meaningful contribution to the UK’s energy needs. “They will never be at scale, because the capital costs are a huge issue,” he said.
The former Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, asked what studies had been done on the effect of fracking on aquifers. Mr Rees-Mogg referred to a 2021 report, which he said concluded that most of evidence on aquifer pollution was invented. [The report by the Royal Society recommended surveys of methane and other contaminants in groundwater before, during and after shale gas operations]. Cheaper energy The business secretary said a shale gas supply would “bring us cheaper energy”. But this has been disputed by many experts and leading Conservatives, including the now chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng. Richard Burgon, Labour, Leeds East, said fracking was being pursued by the government “in the corporate interest”. He said renewables were nine times cheaper than gas.
DEVASTATING AL JAZEERA INVESTIGATIVE SERIES – Unprecedented leak exposes inner workings of UK Labour Party The leaked documents, obtained by Al Jazeera, reveal how party officials smear and intimidate rivals. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit (I-Unit) has obtained the largest leak in British political history, exposing how unelected officials undermined democracy within the Labour Party. The leaked data comprises 500 gigabytes of documents, emails, video and audio files from the Labour Party dating from 1998 to 2021. The I-Unit will be releasing a series of reports on the leaked files over the coming week. The data reveals how the party’s bureaucrats, whose nominal function is to serve the interests of the party, attempted to undermine members supportive of Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s leader from 2015 to 2020. Until his election as party leader in September 2015, Corbyn was a little-known figure in British politics, active in grassroots activism, from the anti-war movement to the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. The first unequivocally socialist leader of the party since the 1980s, he rode a wave of popular discontent against the political establishment, standing on a platform of public ownership of key industries, a strengthened welfare state, and an end to the austerity measures imposed by the Conservative government at that time. The Labour Files show, however, that inside the Labour Party discontent was brewing, leading to internal battles over which side of the party – the left-wing “Corbynites” or the pre-2015 centrists – would have control.
The secretive 400,000 acre Crown Estate – Who Owns Britain by Kevin Cahill: 1. When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, he freed up around 10 million acres of England alone to distribute to his followers – a group of about 1500 families. The incomes from the old church lands put huge wealth at the barons’ disposal. 2. The industrial revolution was paralleled by the enclosures, the legal device used to include common land into landed estates, thus excluding the peasantry who had lived off the common land, and increasing the labour supply to the factories. It is a truism of conventional British history that the landowners were the dominant force in British politics right up to World War Two… what the history of landownership in Britain proves, and modern political economics demonstrates, is the inseparable bond between land and power. 3. Since the late 19th century, all formal tax on land has been abolished, and the specific taxes which have been substituted have placed the larger burden of taxes on the smallest landowners, domestic homeowners, while removing it altogether on the largest landowners. In addition, the larger landowners, (189,000 people own 88% of the land) are in receipt of subsidy to the tune of £4 billion annually. They pay no tax on that asset. 4. Those closest to and most likely to have real influence with the Queen are almost all hereditary aristocrats (the book gives details of the lands owned by these and the Royal Family) and landowners … overwhelmingly connected to a very small group of banks … the particular coalition which crowds the Palace, the Crown Estate and the two duchies (Lancaster and Cornwall), with its secret lobbyists and advocates, is the same group that stands to benefit the most from perpetuating the black hole at the heart of the land registry. These are people distinguished from the rest of the population by owning the vast bulk of the land on which the population at large depends for homes, and, to a lesser extent, food. 5. Since 1993, as part of the general and undisclosed settlement made between the Queen and the government in relation to tax, Prince Charles has paid normal tax rates, but his private company, The Duchy of Cornwall, pays no capital gains and no corporation tax. 6. The Duchy of Lancaster (created in 1351) is a very large landed estate, mostly based in the north of England with some land in London. The Queen, who is also Duke of Lancaster, receives the revenues from this estate tax free. It now runs to almost 47,220 land-based acres, but taken with its estuarial waters and riverbeds of 125,000 acres, it actually comprises close on 172,000 acres. To these can be added £66 million in Stock Exchange investments and £5 million in cash. The Duchy pays no tax on anything. The money it pays to the Queen, £5.7 million in the most recent account, is tax-free. If the Duchy had paid corporation tax and capital gains tax at the standard rate of 40% in 1997 that would have been at least £3 million to the Exchequer. 7. Professor Cannadine in The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy, wrote of the late 19th century: ‘the contemporary cult of the country house depicts the old land-owning classes as elegant, exquisite patrons of the arts, living lives of tasteful ease in beautiful surroundings. Of course, there is some truth in this. But as a representation of the totality of patrician existence, it misleads and distorts, by failing to recognise them for what they really were: a tough, tenacious and resourceful elite, who loved money, loved power and loved the good life’. 8. Cahill goes into much detail of one of the Plantagenet families still very much in evidence : the Howards, and comments ‘It is quite an achievement to have kept £2 billion in the family for almost 400 years’. In all, 20 Plantagenet descendants appear in the Sunday Times Rich List.
PrivacyPoll result: England urged to ‘take back control’ of water system – WATER COMPANIES should be brought back under public control, a new poll of Express.co.uk readers has found. Aug 21, 2022 Several regions of the South and East of England are currently under a hosepipe ban to manage supply during unprecedented dry weather. Water companies have been blamed for failing to plan for drought yet unlike other utilities England’s water system means households cannot shop around or switch providers. England’s water system was privatised in 1989 and has been described as the last of the privatised monopolies. Welsh water became a not-for-profit organisation in 2001 and Scottish Water went into public ownership in 2002, but England remained privatised, with several profit-seeking companies. According to state regulator Ofwat, around a fifth of all drinking water produced is lost through poor infrastructure including cracked pipes and damaged reservoirs. In a poll that ran from 5pm on Wednesday, August 17, to 1pm on Saturday, August 20, Express.co.uk asked readers: “Should the Government bring the private water companies back under public control?” Overall, 1,169 readers responded with a strong majority, 91 percent (1,066 people), answering “yes”, water companies should be brought back under public control. A further eight percent (94 people) said “no” water companies should not be nationalised, while just one percent (nine people) said they did not know. Dozens of comments were left below the accompanying article as readers shared their thoughts on nationalising water companies. Most readers agreed that water companies should be brought under public control. Other readers argued that all utilities, including water, gas and electricity, should be nationalised.
Queen funeral: Sermon from the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby from Westminster Abbey in full Monday, 19th September 2022, 3:39 pm “The pattern for many leaders is to be exalted in life and forgotten after death. The pattern for all who serve God – famous or obscure, respected or ignored – is that death is the door to glory. Her Late Majesty famously declared in a 21st-birthday broadcast that her whole life would be dedicated to serving the Nation and Commonwealth. Rarely has such a promise been so well kept. Few leaders receive the outpouring of love we have seen. Jesus – who in our reading does not tell his disciples how to follow, but who – said ‘I am the way, the truth and the life’. Her Late Majesty’s example was not set through her position or her ambition, but through whom she followed. I know His Majesty shares the same faith and hope in Jesus Christ as his mother; the same sense of service and duty. In 1953 the Queen began her Coronation with silent prayer, just there at the High Altar. Her allegiance to God was given before any person gave allegiance to her. Her service to so many people in this nation, the Commonwealth and the world had its foundation in her following Christ – God himself – who said that he ‘came not to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many’. People of loving service are rare in any walk of life. Leaders of loving service are still rarer. But in all cases those who serve will be loved and remembered when those who cling to power and privileges are forgotten. The grief of this day – felt not only by the late Queen’s family, but all round the nation, Commonwealth and world – arises from her abundant life and loving service, now gone from us. She was joyful, present to so many, touching a multitude of lives. We pray especially for all her family, grieving as every family at a funeral, including so many families round the world who have themselves lost someone recently, but in this family’s case, doing so in the brightest spotlight. May God heal their sorrow, may the gap left in their lives be marked with memories of joy and life. Her Late Majesty’s broadcast during Covid lockdown ended with ‘we will meet again’, words of hope from a song of Vera Lynn. Christian hope means certain expectation of something not yet seen. Christ rose from the dead and offers life to all, abundant life now and life with God in eternity. As the Christmas carol says, ‘where meek souls will receive him, still the dear Christ enters in’. We will all face the merciful judgment of God: we can all share the Queen’s hope which in life and death inspired her servant leadership. Service in life, hope in death. All who follow the Queen’s example, and inspiration of trust and faith in God, can with her say ‘we will meet again’.”
Barry West, RMT, launch for ‘Enough is Enough’ in Bristol. UK mini Budget. Barry West, RMT, on nationalised industries. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH SOCIAL JUSTICE CAMPAIGN “Fair pay, affordable bills, enough to eat and a decent place to live. These aren’t luxuries – they are your rights!” Enough is Enough is a campaign to fight the cost of living crisis. We were founded by trade unions and community organisations determined to push back against the misery forced on millions by rising bills, low wages, food poverty, shoddy housing – and a society run only for a wealthy elite. Our five demands are clear: 1. A real pay rise 2. Slash energy bills 3. End food poverty 4. Decent homes for all 5. Tax the rich We are building a campaign to win them. That starts with holding rallies across Britain, forming community groups, organising picket line solidarity and taking action against the companies and individuals profiting from this crisis. We can’t rely on the establishment to solve our problems. It’s up to us in every workplace and every community. So, if you’re struggling to get by and your wages don’t cover the bills, if you’re fed up working harder for less and you’re worried about the future, or if you just can’t stand to see what’s happening to our country – join us. Enough is enough. It’s time to turn anger into action.
EU and EEC. Piers Corbyn – WEF Terra Carta. TERRA CARTA MEDIEVAL MARKETING – WEF Anoint Charles ‘The Great Reset King’ Charles launched three related instruments at Davos 2020: the Terra Carta, the Sustainable Markets Initiative and the Sustainable Markets Council. And don’t underestimate Charles. When The Great Reset was officially launched in June 2020, it was not by Schwab or Bill Gates but by Charles, then-Prince of Wales and heir apparent to the British throne. #TheGreatReset has been launched! pic.twitter.com/tUq0YjbOKC Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) June 3, 2020 June 3 2020, an ominous date for those interested in gematria, can now be understood as Day Zero for the Great Reset. Charles’ official website announced on 3 June 2020: “Today, through HRH’s Sustainable Markets Initiative and the World Economic Forum, The Prince of Wales launched a new global initiative, The Great Reset.” And a royal tweet declared: “#TheGreatReset initiative is designed to ensure businesses and communities ‘build back better’ by putting sustainable business practices at the heart of their operations as they begin to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.” #TheGreatReset initiative is designed to ensure businesses and communities ‘build back better’ by putting sustainable business practices at the heart of their operations as they begin to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Watch to find out more.@wef pic.twitter.com/io9sa7LTDL Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) June 3, 2020 WEF released a video on the same day to mark the launch of The Great Reset. In it, Charles stressed that the plan – including “green” policies that would suffocate businesses and individual freedoms worldwide – is a matter of urgency. He noted that this would involve net zero carbon emissions and the use of carbon pricing to achieve it. According to The World Bank: Carbon pricing is an instrument that captures the external costs of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions – the costs of emissions that the public pays for, such as damage to crops, health care costs from heat waves and droughts, and loss of property from flooding and sea level rise – and ties them to their sources through a price, usually in the form of a price on the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted. The World Bank: Carbon Pricing Dashboard Essentially, it is a carbon dioxide tax – a price tag on all aspects of our lives and, ultimately, all life on Earth. We, as with all aerobic life – whether on land, in the air or in water – emit carbon dioxide as a by-product of respiration or when we exhale. Breathing is a natural and necessary part of life. How far is their proposed carbon tax prepared to go? What price will they put on our heads? And who benefits financially?
Bitchute video of complete show – Essentials: Michael Hudson; Tony on Brexit
Part Two – Ukraine/Covid/Climate Round-Up With End Times Prophecy Reports
War in Ukraine. Putin’s pre-UN 77th General Assembly 2022 speech. Russia’s position misunderstood by the West. Worrying developments caused by NATO shipping long range missile systems HIMARS and MARS to the Ukrainian Army – which NATO satellites target and could certainly hit Crimea and potentially hit Moscow… Russian president announces partial military mobilization: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has announced a partial military mobilization in the Russian Federation, according to the Tass news agency. In a televised address, Putin said he had signed a decree on partial mobilization, due to begin on Wednesday, stressing that he was taking necessary steps to protect Russia’s sovereignty as the West is looking to “weaken” and “destroy” the country. “We are talking about partial mobilization, that is, only citizens who are currently in the reserve will be subject to conscription, and above all, those who served in the armed forces have a certain military specialty and relevant experience,” Putin said. The decision to partially mobilize is “fully adequate to the threats we face, namely to protect our homeland, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, to ensure the security of our people and people in the liberated territories,” he added. The Russian president said his aim was to “liberate” east Ukraine’s Donbas region, and that most people in the region did not want to return to what he called the “yoke” of Ukraine. He also accused the West of ordering Ukraine to undermine peace talks with Moscow, saying the West would not be “happy with a peaceful” solution to the conflict. Putin’s address to the nation came a day after four Ukrainian regions announced plans to hold referendums to join Russia in a matter of days, mirroring the move that was taken by the former Ukrainian region of Crimea in 2014, which led to its incorporation into the Russian Federation. Speaking on Tuesday, the pro-Russian leaders of the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, the southern region of Kherson, and the southeastern region of Zaporizhzhia announced that they were planning to hold the votes as soon as Friday.
Tony on Press TV, long range NATO missile use in Ukraine war. RUSSIA CLARIFIES NUCLEAR ‘FIRST STRIKE’ OPTION if Russia is threatened’. Medvedev, Russia could use nuclear weapons STORY LINK. Likelihood of a nuclear war. – West breaking agreements. – Vladimir Putin ‘will mobilise 1million civilian reservists to fight Ukraine’ NOT 300,000 A source has claimed that Vladimir Putin will be allowed to call up a total of one million people, not 300,000 as officially announced. He is said to be scared to reveal the truth to Russians Vladimir Putin has cleared the way to mobilise one million civilian reservists to fight Western-backed Ukraine, not 300,000 as officially announced, it has been claimed today. A secret seventh article in his “partial mobilisation” presidential decree allows him to call up a total of one million people, a source told independent investigative media outlet Novaya Gazeta Europe. The Russian President is said to be scared to reveal the truth to his citizens as he fears more dissidents will leave the country. However, the Kremlin denied the claims, with state-owned news agency RIA citing Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov who called the report “a lie”. It comes after Putin and his defence minister Sergei Shoigu yesterday announced 300,000 Russians would be called up to fight in Ukraine. Enlistment is underway today on a grand scale across Russia’s 11 time zones, as seen in multiple videos. Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov yesterday refused to disclose the content of the classified seventh article of the decree but admitted it related to the number of Russians to be mobilised, according to Kommersant newspaper. The article was “for official use”, he said. Peskov added: “The only thing I can tell you…Sergei Shoigu said in his interview – 300,000 people [will be mobilised]. “We are talking about up to 300,000 people. And also, as the Minister of Defence explained, not all at once.” However, Novaya Gazeta said secret Article 7 hides the real figure which officials did not mention. The defence ministry wanted his entire decree secret but in the end, only the seventh article was classified, it was claimed. “The figure was corrected several times, and in the end, they settled on one million,” said the Novaya Gazeta source. Two Russian soldiers patrolling the Mariupol drama theatre, The newspaper’s claim is echoed by Telegram channel General SVR which said the 300,000 figure is “false”. “It is planned to mobilise 500,000 people by the end of the year and another 500,000 people by March next year,” it stated. The anti-Putin channel, which claims insider Kremlin sources, also claimed the “general estimate of losses by March next year is about 300,000 killed and wounded”. This is in addition to some 81,572 killed so far, according to the channel, which predicted in advance the mobilisation move by Putin. Russian soldiers on a tank in Volnovakha district in the Donbass The Russian president will also impose “the most stringent measures to ensure mobilisation” with “a ban on movement even across the country” using police and national guards. Dissidents will find their bank accounts blocked, preventing them from obtaining money – including those who have fled abroad. “It is dangerous for men of military age to keep money in any bank in Russia,” said the channel. All Russian men are required to do a year’s military service between the ages of 18 and 27, although university students may instead receive instruction from a military faculty alongside their chosen studies.
DISCLAIMER – I DON’T AGREE WITH THIS DOCUMENTARY BUT IT RAISES SOME IMPORTANT QUESTIONS – ‘Europa: The Last Battle’ documentary – Ken O’Keefe begins on corrupt financial system. Haven’t you ever at least been curious as to what “the other side of the World War II story” was? Since the mid-20th century, the world has only ever heard one side of the most horrific war in human history. During the 75 years that have now passed, only a single narrative of the great conflict has been heard. This over simplistic narrative totally ignores the previous decades of critical history leading up to World War II, ignores vital information from the actual war years, and outright fabricates lie after lie after lie. We are today living in the world of the victors of that war and without an objective, rational and balanced view of our history, we are doomed to repeat the mistakes. After World War Two, the victors of the war not only went on to write our history books, infiltrate our media and public education but even going so far as to criminalize the mere questioning of the official story’s orthodoxy. The truth is, that our world today can only be understood through a correct understanding of World War II, the architects of it and the conflicts between Globalism and Nationalism. Between the old-and-new world order. The Traditional and the “Progressive”. Day in and day out, has the post-war propaganda been pounded into the minds of three subsequent generations. Every medium of mass indoctrination has been harnessed to the task of training the obedient masses as to what the proper and “acceptable” view of this event should be. Academia, news media, public education, book publishing, TV documentaries, Hollywood films and politicians of every stripe all sing the same song.
‘Liberation from Deception’ conference, Catherine Austin Fitts, secrecy behind global finance, BIS and CBDC. John Magufuli: Death of an African Freedom Fighter “Some workers may have been put on the payroll of imperialists.” In the Western world, African leaders are invisible, until that is, they draw the ire of the Globalati, the Pandemic Curia, the WHO, and its Virus-obsessed Media. On Wednesday March 17, the queasy, seemingly unreal news broke out of Tanzania: “We have lost our courageous leader, President John Magufuli, who has died from a heart illness,” said Tanzanian Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan, in a television broadcast that shocked the world and revealed the new Covid-Colonial order in no uncertain terms: No matter what Magufuli may have achieved for Tanzania, trying, for example, to protect her from Covid’s economic ravages, his “denialism” meant the world, including Tanzania, was better off without him. So much for Black Lives Matternone of its pieties would apply to Africa’s economic liberators.
Who Sees WWIII As A ‘Good’ Thing? Tony’s secondary school friend in 1977-8 ‘Nazi Nick’ Land: Canadian Occult author David Livingstone, on Accelerationism and Nick Land. Guardian – who are The Order of Nine Angles (ONA or O9A) which David says Nick Land praised? A U.K.-based Nazi, Satanist occult group founded in the 1970s. The group reveres Adolf Hitler and imbues Nazi symbology with mystical meaning. ONA heralds Nazi Germany as the pinnacle of societal development and deifies Adolf Hitler. The U.S. Department of Justice has noted ONA’s “Satanic, anarchist, neo-fascist, neo-Nazi, and anti-Semitic beliefs.”* ONA has affiliated groups in the United States, Australia, and Europe.* ONA is an accelerationist group that seeks the “breakdown and the downfall of existing societies” and their replacement with “new tribal societies.”* It believes society has become corrupted by Judeo-Christian beliefs.* ONA thus believes society must be destroyed and replaced with a new fascist order based on social Darwinism and Satanism, a Satanic Empire. The group views modern societal norms and morality as signs of decay.* ONA promotes what it calls an esoteric philosophy focused on the hidden, inner nature of beings rather than the outer nature.* ONA intends to use its “Dark Tradition” to create a “new, more evolved, human species” centered on this new tribalistic society.* Unlike other neo-Nazi groups, ONA also supports violent jihadist terrorism, in line with its accelerationist philosophy to support the destruction of the current world order. In addition to its veneration of Hitler, the group has praised Osama bin Laden.* Some of its texts also employ Islamic terminology, though the group is firmly Satanist.* ONA encourages its member to infiltrate military and Christian organizations to subvert them from within. Among the activities ONA promotes are pedophilia and sexual crimes, which the group views as methods of undermining society.* ONA members have been involved in several violent terrorist plots. In 2019, for example, a 16-year-old British boy from Durham, England, became the youngest individual in the country to be convicted of planning a terror attack. The boy was reportedly partially influenced by ONA.* In June 2020, American authorities arrested U.S. soldier Ethan Melzer, who was planning an attack on his own unit stationed in Italy. Melzer had been communicating online with members of ONA.* After Melzer’s arrest, the National Counterterrorism Center, the FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security drafted a report on the dangers presented by ONA, “a largely decentralized group that advocates a violent extremist interpretation of Satanism” and has “influenced” some racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists.* ONA founder David Myatt is a former member of Combat 18 and a former leader of Britain’s neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement (NSM). Myatt reportedly influenced NSM member David Copeland, who set off multiple nail bombs around London in the spring of 1999, killing three people and injuring 139 in the hope of starting a race war.* In 2006, Myatt converted to an extreme form of Islam and supported killing Muslim apostates. He claimed that the far right was incapable of bringing out societal revolution and Islam was the answer.
Fake versions of the monotheistic faiths which are ultimately Satanic – Accelerationism: how a fringe philosophy predicted the future we live in The world is changing at dizzying speed – but for some thinkers, not fast enough. Is accelerationism a dangerous idea or does it speak to our troubled times? by Andy Beckett Thu 11 May 2017 One of the central figures of accelerationism is the British philosopher Nick Land, who taught at Warwick University in the 1990s, and then abruptly left academia. “Philosophers are vivisectors,” he wrote in 1992. “They have the precise and reptilian intelligence shared by all who experiment with living things.” Iain Hamilton Grant, who was one of Land’s students, remembers: “There was always a tendency in all of us to bait the liberal, and Nick was the best at it.” Since Warwick, Land has published prolifically on the internet, not always under his own name, about the supposed obsolescence of western democracy; he has also written approvingly about “human biodiversity” and “capitalistic human sorting” – the pseudoscientific idea, currently popular on the far right, that different races “naturally” fare differently in the modern world; and about the supposedly inevitable “disintegration of the human species” when artificial intelligence improves sufficiently. Other accelerationists now distance themselves from Land. Grant, who teaches philosophy at the University of the West of England, says of him: “I try not to read his stuff. Folk [in the accelerationist movement] are embarrassed. They think he’s sounding like a thug. Anyone who’s an accelerationist, who’s reflective, does think: ‘How far is too far?’ But then again, even asking that question is the opposite of accelerationism.” Accelerationism is not about restraint…. Yet in Britain, Anti-Oedipus and Libidinal Economy acquired a different status. Like much of postwar French philosophy, for decades they were ignored by the academic mainstream, as too foreign in all senses, and were not even translated into English until 1983 and 1993 respectively. But, for a tiny number of British philosophers, the two books were a revelation. Iain Hamilton Grant first came across Libidinal Economy as a master’s student at Warwick in the early 90s. “I couldn’t believe it! For a book by a Marxist to say, ‘There’s no way out of this’, meaning capitalism, and that we are all tiny pieces of engineered desire, that slot into a huge system – that’s a first, as far as I know.” Grant “got hooked”. Instead of writing his dissertation, he spent an obsessive six months producing the first English translation. Such exploratory philosophy projects were tolerated at Warwick in a way they were not at other British universities. Warwick had been founded in the 1960s as a university that would experiment and engage with the contemporary world. By the 1990s, its slightly isolated out-of-town campus of breeze-block towers and ziggurats looked worn rather than futuristic, but its original ethos lived on in some departments, such as philosophy, where studying avant-garde French writers was the norm. At the centre of this activity was a new young lecturer in the department, Nick Land. Land was a slight, fragile-looking man with an iron gaze, a soft but compelling voice, and an air of startling intellectual confidence. “Lots of people are clever,” says Grant, “but I’ve never witnessed anyone who could so forensically destroy a thesis.” Robin Mackay, who also became one of Land’s students, remembers: “Nick was always ready to say, ‘Don’t bother reading that.’ But he had read it all!” By the early 90s Land had distilled his reading, which included Deleuze and Guattari and Lyotard, into a set of ideas and a writing style that, to his students at least, were visionary and thrillingly dangerous. Land wrote in 1992 that capitalism had never been properly unleashed, but instead had always been held back by politics, “the last great sentimental indulgence of mankind”. He dismissed Europe as a sclerotic, increasingly marginal place, “the racial trash-can of Asia”. And he saw civilisation everywhere accelerating towards an apocalypse: “Disorder must increase… Any [human] organisation is … a mere … detour in the inexorable death-flow.” Land gave strange, theatrical lectures: clambering over chairs as he spoke, or sitting hunched over, rocking back and forth. He also spiced his pronouncements with black humour. He would tell lecture audiences, “I work in the field of The Collapse of Western Civilisation Studies.” A quarter of a century on, some former Warwick philosophy students still talk about him with awe. Robin Mackay says, “I think he’s one of the most important philosophers of the last 50 years.”
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