Tag: David Cameron

In Profile : David Cameron, missing nuclear weapons and the Iran script

In short I suggest that nuclear weapons and the play around them four at least three decades, has been to subvert political confidence in order the corporate elite could set forth a script to entrap sovereign states into a form of ‘global politics’, in order they let go of national interests and ultimately sovereignty. Achieved by allowing the fear promulgated by the corporate military intelligence, in regards to missing nuclear weapons, playing on the the idea that only the same military intelligence can sort this problem out, and, preparing for the final false flag they are to procure to unleash the Third and final World War, by creating the scapegoat that is Iran as a nuclear power, in order they themselves can begin to release the nuclear arsenal deep in the oceans from inside any nations territory aimed at all nations at their discretion.

In Profile : Margaret Thatcher a legacy of domestic destruction, corporatism, and war

Hitler loved corporatism, Thatcher incorporated Great Britain. There Iron lady’s entire time in office was so in the midst of international banking intelligence circles, not only in her strategy for domestic terrorism, but in league with George H Bush as the man behind Ronald Reagan, together they exported the terrorism of the arms dealing fraternity to the global community while their own minds where coerced by fears of constant threat of nuclear disaster with nukes apparently lost. David Cameron as her then special boy, took care of the nuclear problem

In Profile : The Centre for European Reform and Hakluyt

The Centre states that it : is a think-tank devoted to improving the quality of the debate on the European Union. It is a forum for people with ideas from Britain and across the continent to discuss the many political, economic and social challenges facing Europe. It seeks to work with similar bodies in other European countries, North America and elsewhere in the world The CER makes a point of bringing together people from the worlds of politics and business. Most of our meetings and seminars are by invitation only, to ensure a high level of debate. Its main areas of interest are European Union budget, policies, foreign policy; Reforming the EU’s institutions; Justice & home affairs; Economics & finance; Energy & environment; Education & research; The Euro; Security & defence policy; Enlargement (specifically on Turkey); Neighbourhood policy; Transatlantic relations; Russia; China; The Middle East and the Arab Reform Initiative.