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  1. It looks like we have a father and son team in charge of the company, at least on a superficial CEO and board-level. DEFINITIVE PSA LTD Company number 05989881 34-year-old David Boswell is the active company director. 68-year-old Peter Boswell was the original company director. It looks like he resigned and directly handed operations over to his son. The younger Boswell appears to be ex-military and has connections to the Isle of Man: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-boswell-56992a16/ Maybe somebody can go further with this
  2. Good luck with your adventure. This kind of episode, though, is what I was originally warning the posters about here. It's easy to over-glorify certain countries (the Netherlands does stand out because it's a well-organised country with a pretty high living standard) where the populace are quite indoctrinated and probably more likely to obey authority than Brits are.
  3. It's not the UK, it's an international mafia with a religion behind it. You simply won't get into these positions as an outsider. The 'leaders' are born into this cult and groomed to play a role for many years. You still seem to have a quaintly old-fashioned view of how power works. It's about family dynasties and selling out the masses. If you're not on-board with the conspiracy, you won't get within 100 miles of the higher positions. This structure has never been in place for our benefit. We're simply encouraged to personally identify with the institutions, ceremonial events etc., as part of
  4. The advisors will generally be 120 IQ+ and have the same ability to access alternative information online about the Gates Foundation, Agenda 2030 etc. It's obvious that they are part of the scam. Third World countries have lodges and secret societies, too. So it's not difficult to co-ordinate at all.
  5. Yes, I've explored many of those countries. I don't have any particular prejudice, I just feel attached to England, even if it's a highly unpleasant place to live now. Perhaps my deeper instinct is that we could be approaching the 'end' and if that's the case, I'd rather go down with the ship than flee to another country. Again, we're dealing with relatively peaceful places that are on the up economically, and it's very easy to become complacent and take your eye off the ball in those circumstances. Eventually, even if it's 30 years from now, they will be facing the same challenges.
  6. I mean the related storylines were media/distractions or fabrications from the real attack vector i.e. the vaccine and upcoming food shortages. Trying to get people to 'fight' corruption in too much of an abstract way, or thinking Trump will save them and so on. Notice how Viviane Westwood has been heavily involved in the Assange story. She is a major shill and high-ranking J*wess in the UK and historically actively played a role in these sorts of scams. And yes, the authorities in places like Amsterdam, Malmo, Marseilles, Brussels etc. DO know about grooming and abuse of women and
  7. I don't agree with you there. I mean these people are familiar with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030. But they are usually from a whole families of lawyers, civil servants or previous career politicians. It's a cult that you are generally born into, with connections to black nobility families. Any meme that becomes a bit too popular is doubtful. Prospective MPs are very carefully vetted. The few MPs who accurately represent British public opinion now are the likes of Peter Bone, Esther McVey and formerly Kate Hoey. Definitely under 10 of the 600 or so. There is
  8. Someone, I was campaigning for the BNP in the late-1990s (including on the streets in Birmingham of all places). Yet here you are semi-supporting them, but giving a wishy-washy token statement of disagreeing 'with a lot of their politics.' Make your mind up. And stop telling posters here who they supported or voted for in the past, when you don't know anything about them.
  9. The Yellow Vests are a Soros-backed false flag organisation. It's more convincing in the French context, because they have more nationalistic thinking on the left (the unions give the mob of French rural society a bit more protection against Paris). The conditions are slightly different. Anyhow, I've studed human psychology deeply enough to know that this whole problem is not a UK-centric issue. It appears to be true that around 70% of people (in any country) have no internal monologue, meaning they outsource their decision-making to the collective. I always knew my intuition level
  10. Not you personally. I'm trying to explain the general position that outsiders have when commenting on the UK's internal problems. It's like they are demanding that you take personal effective action against the most powerful forces in the world, while they do nothing. But then act is if they are superior. It's just silly.
  11. I agree it's a horrible place now, but I can't agree with you about Europe. Even by 2010, the UK was outside the top 20 in Europe for alcohol consumption. A lot of youngsters in the UK don't smoke or drink anymore. There are libraries, sports facilities and swimming pools everywhere in the UK. Even Germany has been closing those down, to pay for the new arrivals. Sure, that doesn't change the fact that modern Britain is a hellscape. Have you considered that the Anglo countries are under heavier attack for a reason? When totalitarianism comes back around again 100%, continental Euro
  12. But this is precisely what I mean. People are too focused on the UK. There is always some schadenfraude going on here, as many people overseas resent having to learn English as their second language or as the language of business; they dislike Anglo-Saxon cultural influences and associate us with unpopular US foreign policy etc. Personally I'm disgusted by that. I mean, when the new 'arrivals' are going beserk in some small town in Belgium, how is Britain's decline going to help them? It's just a pathetic attitude to be honest. Everybody wants to be an observer on the outside claiming they hav
  13. Ah, so the moment of truth arrives. You are living in Belgium, of all places! Well I'm happy you're so confident about the future of your adopted homeland, Someone. I just find Brits to be way too self-hating these days. Most other European countries have a more concentrated, socially engineered middle-class yuppie population than the UK, that's true. People are too easily impressed by that, I think. They fail to delve more deeply into the psyche of the nation. The youngsters are still 'snowflakes' (worse than England in fact) and the lack of independent critical thinking or rebellious tendenc
  14. Everyone claims that though. The Dutch, Danes and Swedes are all convinced that they are the 'proving ground.' The Swiss think that they are elite centre of the world. The Americans believe they are the cultural testing ground. Canadians believe they are a soft communism testing ground. But I can see what you're attempting to do here. That is, force the Brits to do all the heavy lifting on behalf of everybody else. But it just doesn't work that way. I'm afraid that men in other countries will have to take on their share of the burden, too. This whole taking the p1ss on the Internet business is
  15. Fair enough. So what are your own plans for anti-establishment action in your own homeland then? Oh. Let me guess. "We won't allow it to happen here." Am I right? Why the obsession with the UK and demanding that strangers in another country do all the heavy lifting?
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