Grumpy Owl Posted October 4, 2020 Share Posted October 4, 2020 6 hours ago, Macnamara said: I'm not convinced that would work because the party you vote into power then forms a 'government' which is effectively a 'cabinet' of approximately 20 politicians hand chosen by that party to act as the heads of all the various departments of government with the exception of HMRC which has no ministerial oversight But just because you have placed a minister at the head of each department it doesn't mean that the large beurocratic pyramid underneath them is going to comply with their instructions In fact mountbatten formed a plot along with military chiefs and leading industrialists during the harold wilson government to overthrow the government in a fascist coup. In the same way, if you formed a government that then tried to push back against all those system serving civil servants in the civil service you would then come up against the entire freemasonic power structure that would include those very same industrialists, financiers and other powerful elements that mountbatten sought to recruit The system is theirs and they won't let you use it against them. Well I never said it would be easy. What we would need is some political party that was willing to identify the principle problem and be prepared to do something about it. However, a radical party that promised to expose and purge freemasons and Common Purpose 'change agents' from within Whitehall, the civil service, the NHS, police service, as well as from media, education, judiciary and other non-governmental and charity organisations, would not enjoy any favourable mainstream media support or coverage. And in the event some such party could win a majority in a General election, they would face a HELL of a lot of resistance and push-back from within all the above services and organisations. So yeah, it would be difficult. But remember, that nothing is impossible. But while there are a number of smaller alternative parties out there, with manifestos I can broadly agree on, I am yet to hear of one that understands what is fundamentally wrong with our political system, and in particular acknowledges the existence and influence of Common Purpose. Yes, its nice to get angry and 'blame immigrants'. Or 'blame Muslims'. Champion 'British culture'. Denounce paedophiles. Promise to 'get crime under control'. End 'political correctness' and unneccesary censorship. But until the root core of all the things that are wrong with this country is identified and exposed, all this will be to no avail. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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