"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Friday, 18 January 2013

Are We Truly Stymied?

My penny-worth says: No, we're not. I find it hard to believe that this country will lie down and give sovereignty over to another entity.

We're lied to on a daily basis and I know there's trouble ahead but, in the long run, the pain will be worth it; it will be a joyful catharsis so enjoy the dance with the msm, twitter and the blogs while you can.

If you've followed this blog you'll know that poetry, art, music & dance can take the place of 1000 words from a politician and 500 from a blogger so, for the umpteenth time: 



We must fight back.  Check what you read in the msm and blogs, follow the links, find out for yourselves and begin your own blogs.  We must, whatever our political persuasion, fight back against governance from Brussels.



18 comments:

  1. Posted like a true Englishman . It is my belief we are the progeny of the greatest empire builders ever . We have at least one good fight left in us yet . The source of our strength is the earth beneath our feet . Never surrender .

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  2. Martin, I don't know who you are or where you came from but I disagree with you: we have more than one good fight left in us. No retreat, no surrender.

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    1. Dear heart if you read my comment properly without jumping to what I am beginning to find an irritating critical analysis . I say we have AT LEAST one good fight ja . So it appears we agree . Although minor divisions will surely defeat us as it did the native americans .Good evening.

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  3. GV

    Too late our betters have surrendered on our behalf.
    We could follow the Captains example to 'Starve the Beast'.
    Better buy a shotgun the more of us armed the more 'they' will think twice.

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  4. You know that and I know that, NewsboyCap, but we must keep encouraging others to join us. If you know a legitimate way I can buy a shotgun in Muswell Hill, I'd like to hear it :)

    It's never too late.

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    1. I come from England . Half English and half English an can trace both my family names back to before the Romans . I don't find you very encouraging .

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    2. Martin, you mistake me. I wasn't referring to your ethnicity but your place in cyber-space, just wondering if you came from the Telegraph, twitter or another blog. If you have a blog of your own, leave a link and I'll pop over.

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    3. My mistake fellow , I'm sorry if I came across a bit curt . I don't have a blog , I don't even have a computer online . Come to that I don't have a telly and I don't read any newspapers . I use my iPhone to read the blogosphere for what i consider to be the truth . When I read somebody who I feel is getting the right message out , I try to comment to encourage them . I will also comment if I feel smeones hit a nerve and I feel there off key . I'm not a nasty troll , I do get alittle fed up at times when people pick up on spelling and punctuation and miss my point . All the best and keep up the good work .
      Cyberspace is that one of these storage warehouses .

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    4. I'm seeing encouraging signs that people are waking up. Most shocking of all, my hubby is finally beginning to see the big picture.

      The constant scandals provide us with perfect opportunities to point out to people how it all fits together. From the CIA financing the EU to declassified FCO documents which prove that our government has been lying to us for over 50 years - the evidence is now quite overwhelming.

      I'm also heartened to see that the old guard, who have been researching government shenanigans for years, are now patiently coaxing and encouraging others to check out the information for themselves.

      I'm also seeing a blurring of the dividing line between the Left and the Right in that people are becoming more willing to find common ground and to fight the enemy - the power-hungry government and its fascist partners, the corporations.

      These ghastly times are the best opportunity we'll get to enlighten people. The reality of the miriad conspiracies are all around for those who wish to see.

      Starve the beast:

      . http://faustiesblog.blogspot.com/search/label/Starve%20the%20Beast

      ... and find new ways of doing so, encouraging everyone around you to do the same.

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    5. Hi Faustie - it's good to see you back blogging again :)

      I agree that it's been a long time since the left/right dichotomy made any sense - the only ones not to have picked up on this reality are the mainstream media and their lazy journos who are happy to print government press releases rather than get off their fat backsides and truly investigate, truly look at what lies behind. We've been very poorly served by these louche, money-for-old-rope pen-pushers.

      To the blogs!!

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  5. Good to see you posting again, CE - I miss you, I really do.

    As for 'Are we truly stymied', I would say no - we are utterly f*cked. There is no future for us, and I think you know it - that's why you're kicking so hard.

    Happy New Year, if I'm not too late.

    Best as ever,

    opsimath

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    1. Hello Opsimath - how unlike you to use language like that, but you're right, of course. Prospects do look very bleak at the moment and I'm often reminded of this quote (Churchill):

      "If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves."

      I do hope it doesn't come to this.

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  6. There's a saying to beware the anger of a patient man. When are you Brits going to run out of patience? I could say the same thing over on my side of the pond too.

    Best to you all.

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    1. Hi Sig, and thank you. Yes, we Brits are a patient lot but there's a fine line and tolerating the intolerable is not a virtue we should indulge in. The patience of this nation is resolving into complacency and the majority seem to need a hefty kick up the backside. It will happen.

      I see you're stocking up on guns over there and shops are running out of stock. I'm not surprised. I blogged about the UN aiming to disarm America back in 2010 but the video was removed by YouTube. We, the people, (if I may coin a phrase!) are not as free as we like to think we are or tptb let us think we are.

      Good luck to you all :)

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    2. Sig - I found another copy of the video that you might like to see: http://www.callingengland.net/2010/03/disarming-world.html

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  7. I suggest your first fight is to allow yourselves to re-arm. Work your politicians. Make it a #1 campaign issue. Your first thrust could be based on this.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1196941/The-violent-country-Europe-Britain-worse-South-Africa-U-S.html

    Gee, are thugs more apt to do home invasion of they know their victims are unarmed? Well, duh.

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    1. You're right but the government will never allow us to re-arm, Kid - it's as simple as that. Once the State takes something away it will never relinquish the power willingly. I saw that article, and others expanding on it. It just shows that if someone wants to hurt you, they don't need a gun - knives, fists, whatever they can lay their hands on. One thing is certain: I don't want to live in a society where only the criminals and the police are armed.

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  8. @Martin - for some reason I couldn't reply directly underneath your response.

    No problems - the written word can always be loosely interpreted depending on the reader's perspective. I frequently think I should end the majority of my posts/comments with a line of smiley faces! Anyway, welcome aboard :) :) :)

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