UK Column 8 January 2014 – http://www.ukcolumn.org/live
Banksters are desperate to have a World War to get them out of the mess they are in. That’s the reason why we saw Gove’s recent article criticising those who don’t subscribe to the idea that WWI was a ‘lovely war’. War was lovely for some but not lovely for the majority of those it was thrust upon. Remember the Balkans? Result? Big land grab by ptb. Remember Libya? Take a look at Afghanistan before all that infrastructure was torn apart. How are the ordinary Iraqis getting along in their ‘brave new world’ living with depleted uranium? How did that Libya thing kick off one wonders? Oliver Letwin is the Banksters’ inside man they say. Perhaps Gove is an éminence grise working towards some horrific WWIII agenda? That would explain the maniacal statements these two come out with perhaps. Gove is deffo a Zionist.
The fact that Michael Meacher has taken up the call for a Glass Steagall type regulation of the banks in 2014 is good news. Mr Meacher took on Ken Clarke over Bilderberg last year and forced Clarke to answer questions in the House. Mr Meacher is not afraid to tackle the prickly issues it seems. With his article entitled ‘One Law For Banks and Another For Everyone Else’ he is singing from Mike Robinson’s song sheet and Mr Robinson, an X Hedge Fundster, should know how the money levers work. http://www.michaelmeacher.info/weblog/2014/01/one-law-for-the-banks-and-one-for-the-poor/#more-6195
Cameron, who doesn’t really give a toss about our poor economic performance, attacked Mr Meacher in November 2013 by responding to a serious question from Mr Meacher on the economy by saying Mr Meacher must have been on mind altering substances. Cameron always uses sarcasm rather than solid argument because he is intellectually lazy, but this time he just showed what a clot he really is despite his expensive education. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25022521
‘In his question, Mr Meacher said recent research had indicated that the UK had fallen behind Mali and other developing countries in terms of business investment and asked the prime minister whether he was happy with this situation.’
‘In response, the prime minister suggested the MP may have “been on a night out on the town with Reverend Flowers” and the “mind-altering substances have taken effect”.’ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25017410 GovWatch Verdict: Pretty clumsy really as Flowers took tea in Downing Street with the Cons as well remember Dave.
In addition, the 100th Anniversary of the Bradbury Pound falls on 7 August 2014 – a ‘reminder of the historic precedent for public credit as the sound basis for debt-and interest-free Treasury money.’ http://www.parliament.uk/edm/2013-14/748
Write to your MP supporting Mr Meacher and calling on them to take a positive stance on the Bradbury Pound.