Recent changes in British ‘society’:
- Welfare reform
- Housing benefit reform
- Cuts to social services
- Cuts to healthcare
- Tax breaks for the rich
- Mass surveillance programmes
- Banks allowed to do as they wish
- Salaries cut or held at 1980s/1990s levels
- Erosion of employee rights
- Erosion of free speech
- Increased security restrictions
- Dumbing down of population
- Intrusive technology linked to government spy agencies
- Uncontrolled immigration
- Billions spent on the war machine
- Fuel costs going out of control
- Fuel increases blamed for cost of living increases
- 50% of the population on a financial precipice
- Population being forced to move through government social engineering
- Disabled, vulnerable, and poor people targeted for persecution
- Lack of real employment initiatives
- Government financial waste of £128 billion per year
- A government that acts more like a fascist dictatorship that a democratic organisation
- Financing and supporting ‘terrorists’
- State imposed contraception
- Secret courts
- Fragmentation of society
- State sponsored child abduction
- Destruction of our living environment
- Destruction of our natural food chain through genetic engineering
- Criminal activities of politicians and their cronies go unpunished or are covered up
- And so on and on…
Who lives in a place like this? You do if you live in the UK.
This is the reality of life for the majority of the population today. Some are affected more than others, but everyone (except the very rich and those in power) are affected somehow.
The list above – which is by no means exhaustive – is more like the plot from George Orwell’s 1984 than a civilised and caring society.
The rise in subversive control of the population is unprecedented in recent history, and has been accelerated by those in power.
Who is responsible for this debacle? These people in government:
(Wealth estimates from 2010)
From a privileged background. A descendant of King William IV (House of Hanover, German royal dynasty).
Went into politics after graduating from Eton.
Never had a ‘proper job’ in his life (although spent time at Carlton Television after his to-be mother-in-law, Anabel Astor, used her contacts to get him some ‘work experience’ as Director of Corporate Affairs – where he was involved in controversy over press manipulation).
Has a £1.5 million home in North Kensington, and a very large constituency country home in the Cotswolds.
His personal fortune has been estimated at £30 million, although he denies the figure and analysts estimate his wealth to be in the region of £3.6 million.
From a well-off family. Hague’s parents owned a soft drinks company.
Grammar school then Oxford University.
Famous for making a speech at the age of 16 to the Conservative Party conference in 1977. Margaret Thatcher rejected Hague as a candidate for the position of special advisor to the Treasury because of his lack of financial experience.
Worked for Shell UK, then for management consultants McKinsey and Co.
Hague is estimated to have personal wealth in the region of £2.5 million.
Iain Duncan Smith
Born to a RAF Group Captain and a ballerina.
Educated at a secondary school in Solihull, then a merchant navy school ship (HMS Conway).
He has been exposed as lying about his education by the BBC. Duncan Smith claimed to have been educated at the University of Perugia – which was false. He attended the University for Foreigners Perugia (Università per Stranieri di Perugia) for one year and did not obtain qualifications.
He attended Sandhurst in 1975 and left the army in 1981. His military service was mostly spent as a ‘handbag holder’ (aide-de-camp) for Major-General Sir John Acland.
He then worked for GEC-Marconi, then a property company for six months, then for the military publication group Jane’s.
Duncan Smith is estimated to have a personal wealth in the region of £1 million, and lives in a £1 million mansion on his father-in-law’s estate in Buckinghamshire.
From a privileged background – father Sir Peter Osborne, mother Felicity Alexandra Loxton-Peacock who own upmarket fabric and wallpaper designers Osborne & Little.
Educated at two private schools before entering Oxford University.
He had various part-time jobs after graduating before working as a researcher at the Conservative Party central office.
His estimated wealth is in the region of £4.6 million, and his £2 million home is in the Notting Hill area of London.
Other major figures:
|Lord Strathclyde||£10 million|
|Philip Hammond||£7.5 million|
|Jeremy Hunt||£4.5 million|
|Chris Huhne||£3.5 million|
|Dominic Grieve||£3 million|
|Andrew Mitchell||£2 million|
|David Laws||£1-2 million|
|Nick Clegg||£1.9 million|
|Theresa May||£1.6 million|
|Michael Gove||£1 million|
These are the people who tell you what is good for you (although it obviously is not).
These are the people who make decisions affecting tens of millions of people all over the world – usually resulting in the untold pain and suffering of normal people trying to go about their normal lives.
These are the people who are only interested in what serves them and their desires, rather than making decisions which are for the benefit of British society.
These are the people who will prostitute themselves like corporate whores to make sure their future is secure – and don’t give a damn about the future of anyone else, especially the poor and vulnerable, who they see as inferior.
They live in their own ‘bubble’, separated from reality through their artificial personas in their artificial world where only they are important.
They have created a culture of falsehoods. They aggressively impose artificial aspirations on ‘society’ to bring the population under their control where they can be used as slaves to serve the masters.
The British people are led to believe they live in a democracy – they are nowhere near it. They live in a dictatorship where any concept of democracy died a long time ago. Gradually they have been fooled into believing the lies of their masters and feel as though they are disempowered and this is the way it will always be.
But they have always had the power to make real change happen and still do.
It is time for the imbalance to be balanced.
People of Britain need to open their eyes to what is going on around them, and regain the strength they once had to be able to say ‘NO – WE NO LONGER ACCEPT THIS’.