Saturday, 20 April 2013

Maggie and Kim

My two favourite politicians in the world are Margaret Thatcher and Kim Jong Un... Bear with me!... No, I mean it!... Both have been very much in the news these last couple of weeks. Margaret Thatcher has of course just died, and HPANWO has covered this: Kim Jong Un is the "Leader" of North Korea. "Leader" in that country means something very different to what it does in most others. In this residual Communist state, as atheist as any other, the Leader has taken over the psycho-social and cultural role that both royalty and God normally serve, see: He has recently declared war on, virtually everybody beyond his borders and seems to be preparing his army for battle. If all the politicians in the world were like Margaret Thatcher and Kim Jong Un we'd all be living very different and much happier lives. Seriously! What makes Maggie and Kim the best politicians in the world?
There's a saying that goes "know your enemy", and it's often used in the Truth Movement, but it's very difficult. How can we know an enemy we can't see and can't hear, one that ducks and weaves and shape-shifts (both metaphorically and perhaps literally!)? An enemy most of our friends and family don't even accept exists? How can we fight him? Our situation was described perfectly two thousand one hundred years ago by Marcus Tullius Cicero, a Roman philosopher; it's remarkable how little has changed in all that time: "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the streets, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he copies their faces and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of civilization, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist". Now, this is one criticism, maybe the only one, that can never be levelled at Margaret Thatcher or Kim Jong Un. During Thatcher's funeral a few days ago there were jeers and angry shouts from spectators on the streets. They hate her for many things she did, the Poll Tax, her support of Augusto Pinochet and other things. Thatcher's successors at Number Ten would never have brought in the Poll Tax, such an open and manifest one-stage attack of inequity on the poorest people in the country would have led to civil war; which it very nearly did. No, no, the Blair's and Cameron's of this world would never dream of doing such a thing; instead they would attack the poorest people slowly and deviously, nipping a few pence of benefit here, reforming the tax system there. That way the poorest would be brought down just as surely as they would with the Poll Tax, but never even realize it until it was too late. As for the Blair's and Cameron's openly supporting Gen. Pinochet; not a chance! They'd never allow themselves to be seen publicly with the man the way Thatcher was; after all he was a brutal tyrant who imprisoned and murdered thousands of own his people in Chile in the 1970's. Instead they would denounce him in Parliament and do secret deals behind the scenes with him, away from the newsmen and cameras. They'd sell him weapons and financial services covertly. The same goes for Kim Jong Un. He has quite openly stated that he is planning for all out war against the West. The method he intends to use is missiles, guns, tanks and warplanes... how refreshing! No attempts to ruin our industry via economic sabotage then? No spies planting viruses in our computers? No infiltration of our media to plant sinister slippery propaganda messages? No puppet rape-gangs, trained by his intelligence services, to terrorize our villages? Goodness me! You mean all we'd need to fight him is... our own missiles, guns, tanks, planes?
Do you see where I'm coming from now? I'm not saying that I've suddenly become a Thatcherite or a Korean Communist; but I am saying that from the point of view of people controlled by very sneaky and impenetrable psychological net of deceit engendered through an elite who have over a century of experience in the most sophisticated forms of mind control, an adversary as honest, one-dimensional and candid as Thatcher and Kim is an enormous bonus. It's a fatal weakness in the Elite and it makes our struggle so much easier. Therefore I regret the fact that there are no Thatcher's in the UK Government today. I regret that there aren't more Kim Jong Un's running the states of the world, because if there were they would not last five minutes against the current rising tide of political, spiritual and, above all, conspiratorial awareness that is surging through humanity. This is why Thatcher was removed from office, as I said in my obituary of her linked above. This is why no more Kim's will be tolerated in the world today.
A lot of people hate Thatcher. In fact any memorial erected to her is almost certain to be vandalized. I try very hard not to hate anybody; and that's not easy. It takes a lot of effort; I have good reason to hate many people in my life. But hatred is an omnicidal and self-destructive act, like I said about the Ahab character in Moby Dick, destroying himself with his own lust for revenge, see: But if I feel any hatred for any one Prime Minister of our times then it would not be for Thatcher; it would be one of her successors. Most likely I'd choose the slimy, charming, grinning assassin with the evil eyes and Oxford-educated voice, elected at the Beltane fire festival in 1997; the one who lured us further into the New World Order than any other. Yes, I'd rather have Thatcher in Downing Street rather than Blair any day!

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