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Remember last year when Liz Truss became Conservative party leader and Prime Minister as voted for by a majority of Conservative party members?

 

Then when the Tory party elite decided that her plans were too 'radical', they bullied her into resigning. And then the next leader was decided by the Tory party 'elite' MPs without giving the membership a vote? That's how we ended up with Rishi Sunak as PM.

 

Ironically at the time, Labour party leader "Sir" Keir Starmer 'demanded' there should be a General Election, so the electorate could have their say - he was presuming that Labour would win such an election of course, that was the only way he could worm his way into becoming Prime Minister.

 

Meanwhile this week in Birmingham, apart from the local media here, no-one has bat an eyelid at this (apart from me!)

 

Democracy dies in Birmingham – the technocracy is here

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A report citing allegations of misogyny, toxic division and infighting at the heart of Birmingham Labour has caused disarray – after the party’s national leadership ruled it was so damning they would now step in and decide the city’s next leader.

It means the party’s national executive has effectively seized control of the city council after deciding the ‘status quo’ is not an option. In a move that has caused shockwaves, they have said they will appoint the next leader and deputy leader of Birmingham City Council, with local members not getting a say.

from: https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2023/05/21/democracy-dies-in-birmingham-the-technocracy-is-here/

 

So lets make this clear, the national Labour party's NEC is deciding for itself which one of the city's Labour councillors will be the group's leader, without the Labour party councillors themselves getting any say.

 

How democratic!

 

Mark my words, expect to see far more of this over the next couple of years, as the Labour hierarchy overrules its members in order to put its "placemen" into position.

 

You ain't seen nothing yet!

 

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https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-321-why-big-oil-conquered-the-world/

 

Technocracy ,

eugenics ,green revolution, smart cities ,agenda 2030 etc 

 

,big oil , climate carbon credits , internet of things ,heath id control grid , 

All big con from oligarchy for ultimate control 

Ie this is great documentary on Technocracy etc  but not sure where is  it best posted ? 

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On 5/21/2023 at 8:52 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

... Part Quote ...

Meanwhile this week in Birmingham, apart from the local media here, no-one has bat an eyelid at this ( apart from me! )

Democracy dies in Birmingham – the technocracy is here

from: https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2023/05/21/democracy-dies-in-birmingham-the-technocracy-is-here/

 

So lets make this clear, the national Labour party's NEC is deciding for itself which one of the city's Labour councillors will be the group's leader, without the Labour party councillors themselves getting any say.

 

How democratic!

 

Mark my words, expect to see far more of this over the next couple of years, as the Labour hierarchy overrules its members in order to put its "placemen" into position.

 

You ain't seen nothing yet!

 

On 6/23/2023 at 2:05 PM, Talorgan said:

https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-321-why-big-oil-conquered-the-world/

 

Technocracy, eugenics, green revolution, smart cities, agenda 2030 etc 

 

, big oil, climate carbon credits, internet of things, heath id control grid, 

 

All big con from oligarchy for ultimate control 

Ie this is great documentary on Technocracy etc, but not sure where is it best posted? 

 

Thank you both for the links and conversation on this. Also i don't catch the Corbett report enough, so it's always good to get a reminder of yourselves and the other people who are analysing all of these steps. 

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This is how it works - these unelected technocrats earn huge sums of money, while working few hours.

 

Birmingham commissioners run up £280,000 bill in three months that city residents must pay

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The eight Government commissioners ordered in to oversee ailing Birmingham City Council have run up a bill of nearly £300,000 in just three months - and city residents will cop for the lot.

The eight strong team of experts, dubbed 'Best Value Commissioners', were sent in by local government minister Michael Gove to make sure the city's councillors and officers came up with a viable recovery plan after its finances imploded last summer. Seven of them are paid £1,100 a day for their efforts, while lead commissioner Max Caller gets £1,200 a day.

On top of that they also qualify for expenses, sustenance and hotel stays if needed. Every penny gets charged back to the beleagured council, despite its desperate financial straits, and then comes from the shrinking budget pot that has just been subject to massive cuts.

The commissioners were in the council HQ watching on when the budget was being set 'reluctantly' by councillors (March 5), including £150 million of cuts and savings to services, at least 600 job losses and a hike in council tax of 9.99%. Cllr Miranda Perks (Lab,Weoley and Selly Park) highlighted to fellow members that failure to agree the budget would quickly trigger a fullblown takeover by the team of commissioners sat at the back of the chamber.

Advisors from the Department of Levelling Up, Local Government and Communities have also been seconded in to support the commissioners. The council has now published how much was paid out to commissioners in the first three months of intervention, from the start of October to the end of December. It comes to a grand total of £282,329.96.

from: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/birmingham-commissioners-run-up-280000-28766166

 

You'd think for the amount they're being paid, they could at least afford to pay for their own meals and accommodation! 😏

 

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In a brief statement, commissioners said the day rates and expenses were determined by the Secretary of State nationally and not specific to Birmingham City Council.

"In terms of Value for Money added by Commissioners, over the course of the intervention the work the Commissioners are doing will help put the council in a better financial position and enable it to deliver on its Best Value Duty."

 

"Best value" haha!

 

It's a tried and tested formula, "spend money to save money".

 

It's been done before. I remember this documentary from a few years ago, and in part of it, Jacques Peretti looked at councils that were being forced to make cost-savings, and how they were spending huge sums of money on 'management consultants' to produce reports to help 'advise' on making budget cuts.

 

 

What is happening in Birmingham is this, but on a grander scale.

 

Mark my words, this technocratic model will eventually be rolled out across the country, as more councils struggle to balance their books.

 

As long as our councils are infested  with Common Purpose stooges, they will never be able to balance their budgets, because it's all deliberate - "misappropriation of public funds" happens whenever councils are encouraged to waste money on multi-million pound vanity projects, or creating new layers of bureaucracy via 'diversity and inclusivity'.

 

 

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