The UK Police State Goes Into Full Swing

Today I deleted three short posts of mine that I made yesterday, posts that expressed my exasperation at what’s going on in the UK at the moment. It’s the first time that I’ve ever deleted any of my posts.

Instead I’ll attempt to be short and to the point.

This is not the first time that the Army have been deployed on the streets of the UK, but this recent deployment has to be put into the context of developments in recent years:

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The Manchester Attack

On Monday, UK prime minister Theresa May had a train crash Q & A session after launching the Welsh Conservative Party manifesto. It was the first time that the mainstream media have really steamed into May during this general election campaign. To give you a flavour, here’s some brief highlights from the Q & A session…

(you can find the full press conference here)
At 10pm on that Monday evening The Sun started running this story:

Sean O’Callaghan: Jeremy Corbyn might not have planted a bomb but he made it easier for those who did, says former IRA man

30 minutes after The Sun started running this story 22 people were killed in the explosion at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena. In the hours after the Manchester attack both The Sun and Daily Mail continued publishing pieces about Jeremy Corbyn’s alleged involvement with IRA terrorism:

The Sun Says: The harm done by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell sucking up to the IRA

Now former IRA killer claims Corbyn’s open show of support helped prolong the group’s campaign of violence

So, what to make of it all..? Firstly, in an age of unprecedented false flag events, the Manchester attack does appear to be real: an apparent suicide bomber, high explosives and the sheer violence of it all are the hallmarks of a real terror attack (compare what happened last night in Manchester to the spate of idiotic ‘vehicle attacks’ there’s been in recent years, which are easily shown to be false flags).

But in contrast to this we have the train crash press conference that prime minister May gave yesterday, an incident that could have quite easily caused May to lose the election; and then, as I’ve pointed out, both before and after the terror attack in Manchester the right wing press were running stories about Corbyn and the IRA (and the press were quick to point out the IRA bomb in Manchester in 1996). May’s train crash press conference has now been obliterated in the news cycle by all this terrorism stuff. Is this all just a coincidence?

To murky the waters even more, the Tory ‘dementia tax’ attacks their core supporters, the elderly. Why would they announce such a policy during a general election campaign? Likewise, with the lifting of the ban on fox hunting, and the lifting of the ban on importing elephant ivory? Also, why did the mainstream media, who have always been a propaganda machine for the Tories, start tearing into Theresa May at that press conference yesterday?

I’ll leave you, dear reader, to ponder on all this.

But first let’s have a moment of silence for all those who were butchered last night.

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Bondage No More

I wonder how many people are old enough to remember this…

(if interested you can find a fuller story here)

The punk rock stuff was the last time there was any major counter-culture, and that happened many decades ago now.

What has happened to us, in this poxy corporate controlled world where there’s no longer any significant art and culture?

Granted, you might not have been a fan of dear old Poly Styrene and her band X-Ray Spex, but at least these people had the opportunity to go out there and do it.

Now there’s absolutely nothing when it comes to real and exciting talent.

The zombies are instead fed with corporate manufactured garbage.

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This is absolutely disgusting

Trump’s first visit as President to another country, Saudi Arabia, one of the most disgusting regimes that’s ever existed on Earth (and this regime was put into place by the British).

How the public swallow this crap is just beyond belief…

The total corruption and blatant (Zionist) agenda is quite breathtaking.

They take all your tax money, under threat of imprisonment, and they give the illusion that you live in a democracy.

It’s all a huge con.

It always has been.

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They Hate Us For Our Freedom

When I stopped blogging back in March I was banging on about the French presidential election, an election that’s now done and dusted. Here’s the results, showing the percentage of the vote:

1st round:

Emmanuel Macron – 24.01%
Marine Le Pen – 21.30%
François Fillon – 20.01%
Jean-Luc Mélenchon – 19.58%
Benoît Hamon – 6.36%
(there were 11 candidates in total. The remaining six candidates received 1% or less of the vote)

Some things of note here: firstly the combined left wing vote of Mélenchon and Hamon garnered the largest percentage; secondly, there was little more than four percentage points between the top four candidates, making it the closest election in modern French history; thirdly, this is the first presidential election since the 1950s that the two main parties, the Socialist Party and The Republicans, have been unable to get a candidate through to the 2nd round. Instead we got Macron, who describes himself as a ‘centrist’, and Le Pen, who’s labelled as being far right…

2nd round:

Emmanuel Macron – 66.10%
Marine Le Pen – 33.90%

Macron is 39 years of age and has never been elected to political office before. He seemingly came out of nowhere, was massively promoted by the mainstream media, and is now the President of France. Macron is a Rothschild banker and a neo-con puppet who will destroy employment laws and continue France’s march towards a police state. How the French people fell for such a creature is beyond me; although having said that, next month there are legislative elections to elect members of the National Assembly, and it’ll be interesting to see how that goes (Macron stood as an independent and has no political base).

Meanwhile in the UK there’s a general election campaign going on, and this week the Tories unveiled their manifesto, a curious document which contained barely any policy substance, but did contain some gems, such as lifting the ban on elephant ivory, and a pledge to “to seize full control of the internet”. It’s nice to know that our wonderful politicians are protecting us from all those ‘nasty people’ who whinge online about silly stuff like freedom and civil liberties. It’s also nice to know that we’re being protected from ‘fake news’ during what is probably the most important UK general election since 1945…

In cramped offices just a few hundred metres from Buckingham Palace, the crack troops of the war against fake news are on high alert.

Professional fact checkers, economists and statisticians are among 25 staff being part-funded by Google and Facebook to protect the UK general election from fake news in an initiative run by Full Fact and First Draft, two fact-checking organisations, the latter battle hardened by tours of duty in the US and French elections.

At this point Eric Blair would probably have shot himself; but before I finish we must pop over to the other side of the Atlantic, where the unprecedented campaign to unseat President Trump continues unabated. Whether you love or hate Trump, he was freely and fairly elected. The bile being directed at Trump from the media and Washington DC Establishment is a wonder to behold. The ‘DC’ bit should stand for ‘Day Care’. Don’t these Establishment bods realise just how childish these stupid and petulant attacks make them look? Oh, but I forgot: the Russians are coming – DA, DA, DAH!

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A decisive time

I’ve been away from this blog for the last few months.

As always this blog continues to be under hack attack.

The twats, the trolls, the vermin, the scum are shortly going to get some serious flak from me.

You’ve been warned.

And that includes all the boards I’ve been banned from recently; boards who are terrified of a real opinion.

But keep thinking that you live in a free and open society.

It would be more fun in North Korea.

Sadly, that’s where we’re now at.

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Marianne and the 6th Republic

There are eleven candidates in the forthcoming French presidential election. Six of these candidates don’t stand much chance. Here’s the latest opinion poll for the top five contenders:

Marine Le Pen – 27%
Emmanuel Macron – 23%
Francois Fillon – 18%
Benoit Hamon – 13%
Jean Luc Mélenchon – 12%,_2017

Benoit Hamon and Jean Luc Mélenchon are on the left, the other three candidates are on the right, with Macron and Fillon being neo-con puppets. Although Marine Le Pen is ahead in the opinion polls, the French have long memories of the German occupation during World War Two, and the likes of Le Pen assisted the Germans during this period, hence I don’t think she’ll cross the line in first place. I think most French people see Macron and Fillon for what they are, and thus I can’t see either of them becoming President. This leaves the two leftist candidates. Benoit Hamon is standing under Hollande’s hated Socialist Party (which is seen as a total sell-out by those on the left). Jean Luc Mélenchon is an independent standing under a movement he founded called La France Insoumise (Unbowed France). Mélenchon has refused to join forces with Hamon and pool their common support.

In recent years, the bookies, the pundits and the pollsters have completely misjudged public opinion. Brexit and President Trump being two obvious examples (the day before the US presidential election you could have got odds of 20 to 1 on Trump). Since early 2016 there’s been massive civil unrest in France. People have been out on the streets protesting in their millions. The protests are against new employment laws, the continuing state of emergency (introduced after the Paris terror attacks in November 2015) and ‘austerity’. These protestors are represented by Jean Luc Mélenchon.

Yesterday, Sunday, there was more civil unrest in Paris at a rally against police brutality. This civil unrest did receive some media coverage. On Saturday, and with very little media coverage, Jean Luc Mélenchon and his supporters held a massive demonstration between Place de la Bastille and Place de la République, in Paris. The following is an excerpt from the speech that Mélenchon gave. Look at the size of the crowd (there were more than 100,000 people). No other French presidential candidate can draw a crowd of that size (there should be English sub-titles on the video, but if not click on the first little icon on the right of the toolbar)…

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Shine On You Crazy Diamonds

As always these days I don’t know where to begin; it’s now all so fecking mad where can you start with it?

I know, the obvious conclusion of neo-conservatism is fascism. Benito Mussolini once said: “The definition of fascism is the marriage of corporation and state”, and that’s where we are now, with a huge, bloated military industrial complex, a revolving door between politics and corporations, civil liberties torn to shreds and the mass surveillance state that at the flick of a switch can be turned into the full-blown police state; and to keep the plebs in blissful unawareness we have the biggest propaganda machine in history, so that the plebs don’t wake up to the fact that they are now back to square one.

As Tony Benn once said, every single generation has to fight the same battles over and over again. I fear that present generations are so zombified by tv and their smart phones, zombified by the propaganda, that they don’t even know that there’s a battle that has to be won. The neo-cons are ideologues, complete nutcases just like the Nazis were, and the neo-cons quite literally worship Thatcher and Reagan.

One big part of that battle used to be the Arts. Under fascism there is no real creativity (the price of everything and the value of nothing, and all that). This is where we are now at: there’s almost no highlighted creativity at all. So, this post is a reminder of what we used to have, before the corporate state.

First up, the last few minutes of Rob’s Radio Hour No.10, a series of radio shows I made back in the day…

In the above clip I give a brief intro to the song Shine On You Crazy Diamond. Here’s an hour long documentary about this song, and once again it highlights what we have now lost in the fascist lunatic asylum we now find ourselves in….
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Obamagate and Vault 7

Last weekend Trump accused Obama of tapping his phone during last year’s presidential election campaign. The accusation was made via Trump’s infamous early morning tweets. If the accusation is true, Obama could face trial. At the time of writing, Trump still hasn’t produced any evidence of the phone tapping. In fact, trying to figure out what’s actually going on under this Trump presidency has become a huge industry. Against this backdrop there’s the vicious war between Trump and the mainstream media:

Trump constantly attacks the mainstream media, calling them ‘fake news’, yet he apparently buys into most of the bullshit that the MSM peddle, such as the situation in Syria and the big, bad Russians and Iranians meme. I think it’s fair to describe Trump as being very naive. Prior to becoming President he had no political experience whatsoever. Trump has said that he wants to ‘drain the swamp’, yet in his cabinet he has surrounded himself with swamp creatures. What to make of it all? One thing I will now discount is that Trump might be a stooge, like Obama was, to carry on the same old deep state agenda, because these attacks against a President are absolutely unparalleled in American history. Trump won the presidency by accident, not design, and now the swamp creatures are pulling out all the stops to get rid of him.
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The Demented Frankenstein

What’s going on in America at the moment is absolutely gobsmacking, and as usual I’m not sure where to begin with it all. I suppose I could start with this…

White House does not know if alleged surveillance of Trump was by wiretap

At the end of this post there’s a recent episode of the Empire Files, with Abby Martin interviewing Chris Hedges. Hedges is probably the only high profile American intellectual who openly calls for revolution, saying that the democratic process is too broken to be fixed. This interview is, naturally enough, very America-centric. I would respectively ask Martin and Hedges to consider how the rest of the world views the United States of America, a country which stomps around the world like some demented Frankenstein. Most major nations provide their citizens with free healthcare, education and housing; but not the demented Frankenstein, where 60 cents out of every tax dollar is spent on the biggest military machine ever seen on Earth. The demented Frankenstein is incredibly paranoid and thinks that there are enemies everywhere. Since the Second World War the demented Frankenstein has killed more people worldwide than the Nazis ever did. Imagine how other countries have to try and cope with this monster, a monster that thinks it’s ‘exceptional’ (the ‘Master Race’), a monster that thinks it has a God given right to interfere in the affairs of other nations while spouting terms like ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’, a monster that is constantly screaming for war. The likes of Russia’s President Putin look sane by comparison.

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Pizzagate And Disappearing Journalists

Since last November I’ve been mentioning ‘Pizzagate’ a lot on this blog, but I’ve yet to do a detailed post on it. The main reason for this is because there’s all kind of things going on behind the scenes at the moment, and I don’t want to jeopardise this. As a Brit, over the years I’ve seen the VIP rape and murder of children covered-up time and time again by the Establishment and the presstitutes. Now in America there’s a big movement to bring these vermin and total scum to trial (which should also include the presstitutes).

The Pizzagate stuff came out during the final weeks of the run-up to the US Presidential election last November. Ben Swann is an award-winning CBS reporter. He was the only one out of the presstitutes who reported honestly on Pizzagate. After making the following programme, Ben Swann vanished. His Facebook and Twitter account were deleted, and his video was removed from all of CBS related websites. It’s now very hard to find his report on the likes of YouTube, which is why I’m re-posting it. The title has been renamed to prevent further censorship of this story…

Here’s some more detail about it all, and once again I’m not going to say too much here. I will add, though, that the presstitutes are quite happy to cover-up the rape and murder of children (just as they are always happy to cheer for war), and it’s left to citizen journalists to bring these vermin and total scum to justice…

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Natural News

In the months leading up to last November’s US presidential election, Wikileaks released a series of hacked e-mails. These e-mails showed beyond any doubt that Hillary Clinton & Co are totally corrupt. No one questioned the veracity of these leaked e-mails (for instance, Debbie Wasserman, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, resigned as a result of the corruption that was revealed), yet while the presstitutes reported the Wikileaks releases they never went into much detail about the information that was contained in them. As well as corruption, the e-mails provided strong circumstantial evidence of child sex abuse taking place at the highest levels in Washington DC. This became known as ‘Pizzagate’. President Obama himself was implicated in Pizzagate, the same President Obama who launched the ‘fake news’ meme. Ever since then there has been an attack on the so-called ‘alternate media’, which included the Washington Post disgracefully publishing a list of what they claimed are ‘fake news’ sites. In order to maintain control the Establishment have to keep up the pretence that people in the West live in free and open societies, and so this demolition job on the alternate media is mostly being done quietly behind the scenes. The latest victim is Natural News, a long established web site that covers alternative medicine…

The complete show can be found here. Mike Adams from Natural News appears approx. 44 minutes into the programme

If you do a Google search for ‘Natural News’ the search results will prominently feature junk sites like these…

Do no evil..?

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.

This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind.” – Edward Bernays

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I’m in the middle of writing another volume of memoirs, and thus I’m rather exhausted at the moment, too exhausted to give much time to this blog. However, politically things are so crazy right now that I have to say something. I’m talking about President Trump and the totally unprecedented attacks against him. There’s obviously a coup going on within the American Establishment. I could talk lots about that, but for now I’ll just say that this coup is so obvious. It’s right in your face, all backed up by the presstitutes. They don’t even bother trying to disguise it anymore. How can any citizen say that they still live in a democracy?!

Yes, I’m tired at the moment, but fortunately I have Glenn Greenwald to articulate it far better than I…

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Gestapo GB

As I always say, I’m no fan of Donald Trump and hold completely opposite political views to his. However, he was elected President in what appeared to be a free and fair election (even if only half the eligible voters could be bothered to turn out) and you have to respect that. The character assassination that’s now going on against President Trump is unprecedented. It’s quite breathtaking to watch and is yet another sign that the lunatics have well and truly taken over the asylum.

But let me stick to the lunatics on this side of the Pond, and the fascist police state that Britain has become. The recently introduced Investigatory Powers Act is the most egregious assault on civil liberties in modern history, anywhere in the world. This Act basically puts into law what the UK security services have been doing quite illegally for ages: mass surveillance of citizens without any boundaries. As if that weren’t enough, the traitorous loons in Westminster are now proposing amendments to the old Espionage Bill, which came into law in 1911. These amendments will allow the government to totally control what journalists can say and do.

You tell people about this stuff and most of them just look at you with a blank stare. I imagine it was much the same in 1930s Germany. I’ll give you an example of how bad things are now. I regularly post in the comments section of a high profile political blog which will remain nameless. The comments section is infested with security service trolls, as are all comment sections of high profile news and politics sites. This is all part of JTRIG, which GCHQ have recently massively expanded. I should stress that even with the horrendous Investigatory Powers Act this trolling by GCHQ is totally illegal. Anyhows, getting back to my example, I was composing a post for this high profile political blog, and it took me about five minutes to bang on about much of what I’m banging on about in this post. Literally within seconds of posting my comment I received a lengthy reply. The vermin at GCHQ had been following the key strokes on my computer while I was composing my comment.

If you’re not worried about such things you really should be.

And I will add that this blog continues to be under hack attack, making it difficult for me to login to the Admin side and make posts. I would hazard that I’m under attack not because the Burgundy Blog is any kind of threat to the Establishment (in relative terms very few people read this blog compared to other news and blog sites), but because I steam into the little security service wankers on other sites.

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Paris Burns

This month there have been more major riots here in France, both in the south of the country and in Paris. The RT report that I include here blames this civil unrest on accusations of police brutality, but actually it goes much deeper than that. The RT report zooms in on dusky skinned people, yet if you look closely you’ll see that most of the protestors are white. This recent unrest all stems from the massive protests that have been taking place in France in the last few years, protests against ‘austerity’, globalisation and the new employment laws that the Hollande government have forced through. There’s quite literally a revolution going on in France at the moment, and the mainstream media aren’t reporting it (because they don’t want to give the plebs in other western countries any ideas).

Be very careful about what the mainstream media tell you about the forthcoming presidential election in France, with regard to who may or may not win the presidency. There are much bigger forces at large here which you are not being told about.

And here’s a message for the corrupt little tossers in the security services: you might have the ability to continue to hack this blog, and make it increasingly difficult for me to post, as you do with many other voices in the alternate media, but be aware that all your actions are being carefully noted, and you will be held to account in a real court of law.

Make no mistake about that.

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