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leon



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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 8:16 am    Post subject: New British Empire = NWO (?) Reply with quote

From http://newbritishempire.site11.com/index.html
New British Empire - Evil, Bloody and Genocidal Imperialism

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Now the British Empire today, contrary to what most people are misled to believe, is still an empire, but of a very special form. It's called the Commonwealth. Most people don't know how the British Empire functions. The British Parliament is a joke. It's an adaptation, a reform of the Monarchy. It does not run the Monarchy. The Queen runs from the top down, through a Privy Council.

Number One on the Privy Council, after the Queen, is a whole lot of other people, about 500. These 500 people run the British Empire, including the apparatus of its old Colonial Office. The Colonial Office was never disbanded. They call it the Overseas Development Office now. The Crown Agents who ran the colonies still function. They operate whole countries around the world.

In the minds of the political, industrial, and intellectual elites of the overwhelming majority of nations of the world today, there exists a deadly dangerous myth: that the British Empire has disappeared from the face of the Earth; and that Great Britain, the United Kingdom, is of little consequence in world affairs. According to this fairy tale, Britain's royal family is a powerless relic of days gone by, collecting its modest pension, fulfilling its ceremonial obligations, and, perhaps, drawing in a few tourist dollars, to justify its upkeep. In the extreme version of this Big Lie, today's Britain is cast in the role of a benign force in world affairs, a "friend of the downtrodden" and "diligent defender of human rights."

The authorship of both of these complementary hoaxes - the demise of the British Empire, and its replacement by the U.S.A. as the new "Great Satan" - is traceable to Britain's own vast propaganda and intelligence apparatus, associated with such institutions as British Broadcasting Corp., Reuters News Service, the Hollinger Corp., the Tavistock Institute, the Mont Pelerin Society, Oxford and Cambridge universities, the British Commonwealth, and His Royal Highness Prince Philip's World Wildlife Fund (WWF, now the World Wide Fund for Nature).

The British Empire is very much alive and well today. Behind closed doors at such locations as Chatham House, the London headquarters of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), blueprints for the consolidation of one-world empire, drawing upon the resources of the British Commonwealth and the United Nations Organization (UNO), have already been drawn up, and construction is under way.

The United Kingdom itself has very little to do with the new British Empire. England, Scotland, Wales, and, especially, Northern Ireland, are today little more than slave plantations and social engineering laboratories, serving the needs of a collection of families, numbering no more than 3,000-5,000 people, who live and work in and around the City of London, a one-mile-square financial and corporate district, which represents the greatest concentration of financial power ever assembled in one location.

These families constitute a financier oligarchy; they are the power behind the Windsor throne. Among their own ranks, these financier oligarchs refer to themselves as the Club of the Isles, after the original "Prince of the Isles" Edward Albert (King Edward VII), the son of Queen Victoria, who orchestrated the Crimean War, the Opium Wars, the Russo-Japanese War, and World War I, to consolidate Britain as the primus inter pares (first among equals) of the European monarchies and feudal families.

The City of London dominates the world's speculative markets. A tightly interlocking group of corporations, involved in raw materials extraction, finance, insurance, transportation, and food production, controls the lion's share of the world market, and exerts virtual "choke point" control over world industry.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 2:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Too anonymous website. A source like this:

"Books about Satanism and Demonism in England:
"The Devil and Demonism in Early Modern England" - Nathan Johnstone"

hints author is a believer. When Bible or New Age is used as starting point somewhere then everything else can easily be rejected as belief-based.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

“… hints author is a believer. When Bible or New Age is used starting point somewhere then everything else can easily be rejected as belief-based”

Hmm, interesting criteria dismissing ideas. Let me see now. Albert Einstein was a believer, so we should dismiss relativity theory as belief-based nonsense. Count Lev Tolstoy was a practicing Christian so burn his lengthy volumes of War and Peace. Majority of Founding Fathers of American Republic were believers so the US Constitution must be a pile of crap.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

larouche stuff, site links directly to EIR and sheller institute, as well as larouche pub.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"nutroll" - Intersting choice of screen name. Does it stands for "neutral" or for "new troll"?
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="leon"]"nutroll" - Intersting choice of screen name. Does it stands for "neutral" or for "new troll"?[/quote

wait , why would i take a position on what my name meant? Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 2:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Albert Einstein was a believer, so we should dismiss relativity theory as belief-based nonsense."

Personally I don't subscibe to relativity theory. Of course Albert Einstein has to certify that even if he believes in God there is no such implications in relativity theory.

I searched for "About" on your link, to make sure who the author is. I did not find it. Home page, 4th word, "Evil". My teachers demissed the term as meaningless outside a context like Cristianity ... or alike. The term is introduced without definition. As an illustration, the mental corruption of Zetatalk and the new age people is obvious ... when you meet them.
It does not matter to me that people make assumptions, as long as they are formulated.
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http://newbritishempire.site11.com/british-terrorism.html
Britisk terrorism
"...The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), known as the "Tamil Tigers," have carried out a decade-long terror campaign against the government of Sri Lanka, in which they have killed an estimated 130,000 people. In addition, LTTE was responsible for the suicide-bomber murder of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on May 21, 1991, and the similar assassination of Sri Lankan President Ranasinghe Premadasa on May 1, 1993. Since 1984, the LTTE International Secretariat has been located in London.

In the case of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK), the British government played an even more direct role in supporting the 17-year war against the Turkish government by the Kurdish separatists. An estimated 19,000 people have been killed in Southeast Turkey since the PKK launched its terror war in 1983."
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Actually, both groups are linked to Mossad. Ooops ..we think Saeed Sheikh (London School of Economics - who killed American Daniel Pearl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Pearl) is MI6, ... he could also be a Mossad operative...?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Personally I don't subscibe to relativity theory."

You must have a better theoretical explanation of Michelson Experiment, or Perihelion precession of Mercury's orbit or Deflection of light by the Sun or gravitational redshift of light.

Go ahead Rom, enlighten us.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Relativity theory is no more valid than Newton physics, which can be proven to be right or wrong. The stupidity is all the "scientism" relativity theory foster.
http://mypage.direct.ca/g/gcramer/relativity.html

Reality is unpredictable and we are free. That has not changed since the birth of philosophy. The implication is that God too must fight for his values. That aspect of reality does not change even if we were created by some intelligence.

There is no way to know if Ron Paul will be elected president or not except by killing him.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


http://rt.com/news/infidel-santa-killed-tajikistan-133/
‘Infidel Santa’ killed in Tajikistan

A young man dressed up as Father Frost, the Russian counterpart of Santa Claus, has been brutally killed in Tajikistan. The assailants reportedly shouted “infidel” as they stabbed him to death.
The tragedy unfolded in the capital, Dushanbe, on Sunday night. Parviz Davlatbekov put on a traditional Father Frost costume to visit his friends and celebrate New Year with them. But before reaching his destination, the 24-year-old encountered a group of youths who beat him up and stabbed him. He died in hospital shortly after.

Tajikistan is considered to be a "good state" in the ranks of Empire. So do not expect to find that story in CNNs, BBCs and other alphabet soup of Imperial media
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Operation Unthinkable

Operation Unthinkable was a British plan to attack the Soviet Union right after the joint victory of the Allied troops in Berlin. The creation of the plan was ordered by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1945 and developed by the British Armed Forces' Joint Planning Staff at the end of World War II in Europe.

The initial primary goal of the operation was declared as follows: "to impose upon Russia the will of the British Empire. "

Churchill has kept up to 100,000 surrendered German Wehrmacht soldiers, mostly SS - the cream of the Nazi - fully armed and with all heavy military equipment ready to roll against the Former Coalition ally.

The World War III was supposed to start July 1, 1945.

Stalin’s intelligence has uncovered the British plans well in advance. In June 29, 1945 the Russians troops in Europe suddenly re-dislocated taking up more aggressive stance. Stalin also started an informational operation in world press to disclose the fact that British illegally kept armed Nazi army at the ready. Churchill was forced to disband the German troops and entire operation was halted.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

just a question... is it safe to assume nations do have alternate plans of various courses of action at any given moment? could this be the unknown unknowns that rumsfeld talks about (or doesn't, haha). in any case, i hate to say it, but i wouldn't be surprised if completely contradictory plans and scenarios were fleshed out in order to run various offenses and defenses depending on the circumstances and advantages.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

oh dear, that might even apply to scientific evidence and theories...

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RedMahna wrote:
just a question... is it safe to assume nations do have alternate plans of various courses of action at any given moment? could this be the unknown unknowns that rumsfeld talks about (or doesn't, haha). in any case, i hate to say it, but i wouldn't be surprised if completely contradictory plans and scenarios were fleshed out in order to run various offenses and defenses depending on the circumstances and advantages.

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You bet Red. Of course we do. And it is rather well known unknown, all you have to do is to study the history of your own country again, but now based on your current set of knowledge and perhaps paying more attention to things you found boring in the past.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When I was young and studying the applied mathematics at the Ural University in Yekaterinburg the primary interest was the differential game theory. It may not surprise you but the primary application of that theory is the systems controls for the surface to air missiles when the missile wants to catch up with the plane and the plane wants to get the hell out. So how you develop an optimal strategy giving limited resources that you have (fuel, maximum speed, angle of maneuver, etc).

To make the long story short, there is a mathematical prove that the optimum strategy does exists for both and if any of them deviate from that optimum strategy while their opponent still follows it, they will lose some points in the game. It’s called a “Saddle Theorem”.

The interesting fact of that optimal strategy is that you don’t really have to bother what happened in the past or what may transpire in the future, that is all irrelevant to calculating the strategy. All you have is optimize use of your resources at any given point of time and to hell with the rest.

Often when I am overwhelmed with the problems that the life is throwing at me, it helped me when I apply that particular principle: stop worrying about the future, forget about the past, just concentrate on optimal use of your abilities and resources right at that very moment, what you can do now.

Just thoughts for this evening, nothing political or geopolitical.
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