Category: British Politics

The geopolitical map for the next great war

China has openly offered Russia a military alliance against NATO, yet China is controlled by the same cabal that is strangling the West and controls NATO. We must consider that the cabal of monopolist’s that have controlled much of the West for at least 500 years, shifted the western industrial and manufacturing complex to China and India. The rise of China is not some form of divine justice, it is the new global power for the same banking cabal we are becoming aware of today. They want war…

Psychotronic technology investigator found strangled

Sarah Kershaw was found asphyxiated on Monday. Speculation is rife that she found new information and was killed by military intelligence. In Britain we have the Behavioural Insights Team to ensure the Brits go along with the corporate show, oblivious as the masses are to the manipulation of their minds to purchase goods they do not need, and to agree that governments really do run the nation and so they must vote to make that difference, here is the kind of information she presented

In Profile : Theresa May

Who is Theresa May? She was born Theresa Mary Brasier on 1 October 1956 in Eastbourne, Sussex, where her father, the Rev Hubert Brasier, was chaplain to a Church of England hospital. Her mother was the exotically-named Zaidee Mary Brasier, formerly Barnes. The name Zaidee is of Middle East origins.

We left Europe, what now?

Having voted to leave the European Union on 23 June we can see some very serious high level games playing out to circumvent the will of the people of Great Britain. Today Boris Johnson, the main thrust in the political drive to leave the Union has declared himself out of the race to become the new leader of the Conservative Party and thus becoming Prime Minister, Theresa May however remains the firm favourite to take the helm which has serious and sinister undertones given her love for the all powerful Police State.

In Profile : The Lord Bowland

A new feudalism is creeping upon these Isles, a mimic of the thousand year realm that we call Great Britain. A corporate shadow is moving in. The Lordship of Bowland, an ancient English title connected with the Forest of Bowland in the northwest of England, was once thought lost and was only recently rediscovered. It disappeared from sight in 1885 when the estates of the Towneleys, one of Lancashire’s great aristocratic families, were broken up following the death of the last male heir. For much of the twentieth century, experts thought that the Lordship of Bowland belonged to the Crown. In 1938, the Duchy of Lancaster had acquired some 6,000 acres of the Forest of Bowland, now known as the Whitewell Estate, near Clitheroe, and it was believed the Lordship of Bowland had been acquired with it.

In Profile : The Dulverton Trust, Slave Traders & Much Worse

What does a Charitable Trust run by the Admiralty actually look like in 2016? Try the Dulverton Trust which has control of the Trussell Trust. We embrace charities which Trustees consider to be worthy of support, despite being at the margins of the Trust’s Guidelines, and also some which provide services for the benefit of the charitable sector as a whole. The largest grant was the continuation of the three-year grant to Combat Stress, and this was augmented by a grant to Gardening Leave, a new charity which offers horticultural therapy for veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress. An exceptional grant was awarded to the National Gallery towards the Titian Appeal. REACH Volunteering continued to receive a Perennial Grant for its excellent work in support of the whole charitable sector, by matching skilled volunteers to the needs of individual charities.

The European Union is a London Creation

The first meeting of The Other Club, a private dining club founded by Sir Winston Churchill, took place at The Savoy in London in 1911. The club, which still exists today, holds dinners with prominent leaders and thinkers from all across the political spectrum to engage in camaraderie and civilised debate of current affairs. In March 1943, the finance and foreign affairs ministers of Belgium, the Netherlands andLuxembourg gathered at The Savoy in London to discuss the notion of a post-war”customs union” that might one day allow people, goods and commerce to travel freely between the three countries. The economic union of Benelux was created, laying the groundwork for the free trade, free passage and single currency of the European Union today.