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 Post subject: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:48 am 
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This will win me no plaudits, but with the airwaves saturated with wailing Irish politicians, and a quota of lurid accounts from diverse media sources, we are really none the wiser, as to what is really going on.

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:42 am 
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The real agenda is to pressure Irish politicians into something even Europhiles would not expect to sign. One would assume that His Grace would have something to say about the inhumanity.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 9:51 am 

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:22 am 

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I never imagined I would find myself in support of a statement by these folks -

Telegraph -
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Mary Lou McDonald from Sinn Féin said the country was essentially under foreign occupation. “Officials from the EU and IMF and any other vultures circling around this country should be told to get lost.”


If the EU collapses the PIGS and lets the Euro go, as seems increasingly inevitable, the offer to bail out Ireland's banks by George Osborne could well be taken up, although in secret. Sinn Fein clearly includes Osborne in its list of vultures. The CIA will be watching political developments very carefully, and will not be happy to see Britain and Ireland regain national sovereignty and independence as a result of the crisis. The CIA's game was to keep Britain blocked up inside the EU. Yet where else will there be anywhere to go, except as a colonies of the US? Independence and regained sovereignty, yes. But first the crisis must be dealt with.

http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/11/would-usa-like-to-invade-britain.html

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:46 am 

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Tapestry wrote:
I never imagined I would find myself in support of a statement by these folks -

Telegraph -
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Mary Lou McDonald from Sinn Féin said the country was essentially under foreign occupation. “Officials from the EU and IMF and any other vultures circling around this country should be told to get lost.”



I was about to make the same point about agreeing with Sinn Féin. It's a shame that they are only suggesting that these people be told to get lost - they have a lot more effective ways of communicating their message which I would welcome being introduced to the colleagues in Brussels.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:07 pm 

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That's a bit heavy, jembob. The EU is suffering from bail-out fatigue, as are the Germans. As the bail-out terms start getting watered down, the effect will be default. That will be sufficiently explosive. As I say above, the Americans will not be watching idly by if Ireland comes crashing out of the Euro and the EU. Their longterm strategy was to lock Ireland and Britain into the EU. The CIA will not want a dynamic independent couple of countries escaping their clutches, and being able to offer better deals free from oppressive supervision. The US will be the problem for us five minutes after the EU collapses.

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:39 pm 

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Tap, you live in a wonderful world!

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:03 pm 

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With the US falling under the boot of a secretive oppressive network operating above the level of government, the same people who put on 911, and other false flag ops, the US can no longer be regarded as safe. The EU is after all merely a colonial effort of the CIA. We might fall between two stools but not with Cameron selling us out. Osborne might be able to set up a separate power base funded by central bankers, who have the same political objectives as we do, now they fear the corruption and totalitarian objectives of the Bush brigade. Recent times have been a shock for the Rothschilds and the Royals who maybe only now know what we are all up against. Charles was recruited into OWG with the US network pretending to care about his sustainability programme. It was only a ruse. Now the British side of the OWG deal are aware of how evil the gameplan is, they want out. Foundation X is the clue. And Osborne is biting.

Let's hope the internal political battle within the US is fought successfully and the Bush/911 false flaggers are frustrated. But we need to consider that they might well fail, and we will be facing a Hitlerian regime across the Atlantic bent on suppressing our sovereignty and freedom in whatever way they can.

It's not a nice scenario, Sandy. You misunderstand the picture I am trying to give you.

http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/11/desperate-attempts-being-made-to-get.html

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:42 pm 

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Would it be possible to ban "truthers" so a real discussion can take place.

Ireland is effectively bankrupt due to incompetent Government and even worse bankers, aided by to a greater or lesser extent by the citizens. In order to get a bail out, the Government is most likely to have to bow to the demands for an increase in Company taxation, which is about the only reason for FDI now as recently enunciated by Craig Barrett of Intel.
Of course if the Govt. is forced into this the chances of ever getting another referdum passed are about nil, but then again Lisbon means they can rig the rules so the Irish Govt. does not need to go to the people.
In the view of the Franco/Germans Ireland should be a theme park for holidays, and not a fit place to be carrying out the business of grown ups.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:29 pm 

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What's so bad about truth?

I guess a smaller view of the world's events is easier to cope with.

There's no harm in trying to see events on a broader canvas, even though we are denied access to much hard information. It doesn't mean we can't see anything. From the snippets available, and from apparently disconnected events, we have to construct the picture as best we can. With a broader overview we might take better decisions, and not get overly focused on individual events. Sure Ireland and the Euro is today's story, and another day it's the climate, and another day it's false flag terrorism. But what connects them all up, and packages these events into a whole? If we only look at one topic at a time, we are helping our enemies to bamboozle us.

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:55 pm 

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Edmund Burke wrote:
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Would it be possible to ban "truthers" so a real discussion can take place.
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Why ban a persons comment or opinion? What else is to be banned? A sure avenue to discrimination and dictatorship.
Truths can be different things to different people depending on what they wish to be the truth. But at the end of the day, when much is concealed behind volumous curtains of deceit and ineptitude, should we not assess all angles in an attempt to seek truth - isn't that what Dr. North has been doing with this and Days of Glory blog?

The whole world banking scenario is a viscious circle of events. We print money, spend money, become indebted, borrow more, then print more when its value then declines so we spend more for a given item etc. You bet your life the Americans will be watching with 'interest'!

December the 7th could be interesting, or not.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:31 pm 
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DerekReynolds wrote:
Edmund Burke wrote:
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Would it be possible to ban "truthers" so a real discussion can take place.
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Why ban a persons comment or opinion? What else is to be banned?




I second that Derek, if Dr North, was the banning type he'd have slung me off ages ago for my repeated posts about smoking which many probably get fed up with.

Who's to say if 'truthers' truth is any less credible than anyone else's truth.

It really pisses me off that because someone doesn't like certain things they believe they have to be banned. Let's just ban life and be done with it.

As it happens I tend to agree with Tap, not on everything, think Cameron, though I believe he's seen sense on this, but on some of the things he say's about the USA. It can't be denied that the CIA funded the EU, or is that seen as a conspiracy theorists delusion. Admitted Tap, does dramatic, and very well I might add, but that doesn't mean he's wrong.

I've always been a supporter of America, but I'm coming to distrust them a lot, not ordinary people of course, and nothing to do with the conflicts in Iraq & Afghanistan. I'm so sick of all their lunacies being adopted over here. Their latest lunacy being the naked scanners & full body, hands down the trousers groping about & pulling open blouses, pat downs which to my mind amounts to legalised sexual assault, and the best thing about it Neapalitano, or whatever her name is, is going to exempt those in burkas from being sexually molested. It won't be long before they implement a sexual assault policy here. Sexual deviants/predators & nonces will be lining up to apply for a position as airport security officers, men & women.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:45 pm 

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Rosie, here is an extract of what I actually wrote about general election eurosceptic strategy, which has been grossly misrepresented not least on this blog -

Clearly the scenario the controllers desire would be a situation where Conservatives stay loyal to Cameron, where he doesn't win an outright majority, and he is embroiled with negotiations with the safely europhile Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown. In effect this would neutralise the threat of rebellion emanating in whatever form from a resurgent Conservative Party.

With the EU fearing the consequences of a Conservative defeat almost as much as it fears a Conservative victory, a hung parliament is likely the only outcome they would willingly permit. And for this reason, and this reason only, a Hung Parliament is the result that I expect.

That is why my proposed eurosceptic strategy is first to support Cameron, not to destroy his chances intentionally as suggested by Richard North. If his support is overwhelming to the point that election riggers cannot make a hung parliament look like a natural result, he might scrape a majority. That is still the best scenario for eurosceptics.

From there the eurosceptics can either back him in his EU negotiations, or sack him and have him replaced.


http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-eurosceptic-strategy-for-coming.html

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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:25 pm 
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Tapestry wrote:
Rosie, here is an extract of what I actually wrote about general election eurosceptic strategy, which has been grossly misrepresented not least on this blog -

Clearly the scenario the controllers desire would be a situation where Conservatives stay loyal to Cameron, where he doesn't win an outright majority, and he is embroiled with negotiations with the safely europhile Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown. In effect this would neutralise the threat of rebellion emanating in whatever form from a resurgent Conservative Party.

With the EU fearing the consequences of a Conservative defeat almost as much as it fears a Conservative victory, a hung parliament is likely the only outcome they would willingly permit. And for this reason, and this reason only, a Hung Parliament is the result that I expect.

That is why my proposed eurosceptic strategy is first to support Cameron, not to destroy his chances intentionally as suggested by Richard North. If his support is overwhelming to the point that election riggers cannot make a hung parliament look like a natural result, he might scrape a majority. That is still the best scenario for eurosceptics.

From there the eurosceptics can either back him in his EU negotiations, or sack him and have him replaced.


http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-eurosceptic-strategy-for-coming.html



On this Tap, I was with Dr North, and many others on here, not that I wanted to see Labour re-elected, far from it. But I couldn't bring myself to vote for Cameron or the Tory party as it is. Therefore, for good or bad ,right or wrong, my vote went to the BNP. A wasted vote you may say, so what, no different from wasting it voting for a charlatan & liar, and that is exactly what Cameron is, along with that tosspot Hague.


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 Post subject: Re: More than a footnote
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:49 pm 

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