The Pacific Ocean and Geoff Palko RIP

Due to ongoing computer problems I haven’t been able to do much on this blog, but thought I should give some kind of update on the Dana Durnford saga.

In my previous post about this, Assassins and Asylums, I related how a Canadian guy called Geoff Palko became by far the biggest sponsor of Dana Durnford’s ‘Expedition for Life’, and how Palko had a nervous breakdown last September and turned against Dana & Co, calling them scammers. After a short stay in a mental hospital, Geoff Palko seemed to recover. However, he stayed in contact with those who have been doing everything possible to discredit the Expedition for Life. Sadly, Geoff died on Christmas Eve (here). Apparently he killed himself. Geoff’s illness and death has been shamelessly used as a further way of discrediting Dana & Co. Most of the attacks have come from a YouTube user called ‘connectingdots’. This person remains totally anonymous and claims to have served in the Canadian military. This person has in the past been banned twice from YouTube for defamation. Inbetween advising subscribers on how to make money from buying and selling silver, this person has relentlessly put up videos attacking Dana’s Expedition for Life, and trys to implicate the rest of the anti-nuke brigade in it. This person has plastered these videos all over the internet (do a search for ‘Geoff Palko’ and you’ll see what I mean).

The Expedition for Life started last summer and to begin with Dana was accompanied by his son and two friends. However, for months now Dana has been on his own, except for his dog Zoey, up in the far north coastal waters of British Columbia, which at this time of year means facing subzero temperatures and frequent storms. Dana is documenting the damage that the Fukushima nuclear disaster has caused to the tidal zone. You can find the photos and videos on his web site, The Nuclear Proctologist (warning, heavy bandwidth)

I used to live in British Columbia and I’m familiar with the coast in this part of the world. I can see from Dana’s photos that he’s right: most of the life in the tidal zone appears to be missing. Dana used to work as a commercial diver in these same waters. A diving accident left him crippled. During the Expedition for Life he lost his wheelchair overboard and now has to get about on sticks. Dana also had a bad fall during stormy weather. He lives hand to mouth on whatever donations come in from the anti-nuke brigade, and most nights he has to sleep on the boat. Here’s a recent video that he’s put up on YouTube. The boat, by the way, was bought and paid for by Geoff Palko…

You can find Dana’s YouTube page here. With regard to the death of the Pacific Ocean, here’s a post I made about it more than a year ago: 20,000 Isotopes Under the Sea. The situation has got much worse since then. I’ll let Dana explain, in one of his weekly spots on the Rense Radio Show…

Dana Durnford, Rense Radio Show 19th Jan 2015

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La La Land

Over the last three months I haven’t been very active on this blog. This is not only due to the fact that I’ve been writing a book but also because I continue to have computer problems. This, of course, hasn’t stopped the world from getter madder and madder. One of the funniest/bizaare things of late was the North Korean hack on Sony Corp which by funny coincidence completely dominated the world news just as the Feinstein Report into CIA torture was released. This report heavily implicates the British security services. MI5 and MI6 have been totally out of control for a long time now (James Bond is fiction, you know); and talking of reports, the British government is still blocking the Chilcot report on the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Tony Blair must be wetting himself.

Exaro News continues to be the only media organisation seriously investigating historical allegations of child sex abuse and murder within the British Establishment, although the rest of the media have put Prince Andrew in the spotlight just recently. If you want to know who some of the alleged child abusers are, you can find my post about it here.

Then there were the horrific murders in Paris yesterday. It’s provoked much talk about freedom of speech and how we in the West value our rights. In Britain, people don’t have any rights, and don’t seem to realise the horrendous, 1984-type laws that have been passed in recent years. If I tell a British person, for instance, that peaceful demonstration is now illegal, and habeas corpus has been thrown out the window, they’ll probably laugh at me, but it’s true (here). And there’s yet another gobsmacking law going through Parliament as I type this. It’s called the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill 2014. Amongst other things, this Bill will allow the authorities to take away a British person’s passport, to refuse a British person entry to the country and puts a statutory duty on colleges, schools, prisons, probation providers, police and councils to ‘prevent individuals being drawn into terrorism’ (here). All well and good you might say, if it prevents terrorism, but who decides which people are ‘extremists’ or ‘terrorists’, particularly with MI5 and MI6 now being so corrupt? The problem with all these laws that have been passed in recent years is that they can be so easily abused.

In the wake of the Paris murders the usual monkeys have jumped on the bandwagon to stir-up racial hatred. UKIP’s two main strands are unelected bureaucrats in Brussels and mass immigration forced on the UK by the EU. Well, all laws in the UK are given the final nod by the House of Lords, which is an unelected body (and which, by the way, still alledgedly contains some of the aforementioned child abusers), and the UK never signed-up to the Schengen Agreement and has complete control over its own borders. The reason, of course, that most politicians maintain the lie is because big business wants cheap labour. As I type this the NHS is actively recruiting nurses in Spain and Portugal. This is because British nurses are quitting in droves due to the crap pay and conditions. The Health and Social Care Act (2012) removed the government’s historical obligation to provide health care for its citizens and prepared the NHS for privatisation; ie, so that big business can make bucketloads of money out of it. This is all being done without the consent of the British public.

The immigration issue is shamelessly used by politicians of all stripes to deflect attention away from the economic crash, which was caused by a bunch of spivs and barrow boys in Wall Street and the City of London. These spivs and barrow boys have never been held to account for their crimes, because they own most of the politicians. Instead, the plebs get spoonfed ‘austerity’ and are told about the ‘recovery’. Britain and America are both completely bankrupt. They now owe so much debt that it can never be paid back. The vermin at the top of the tree are stealing everything that’s not nailed down before the lie collapses.

This brief run-through of recent events hopefully gives some indication of just how totally rotten and corrupt the system has become. I’m aware that some readers will think I’m un-patriotic, or one of the looney left, or whatever. Don’t believe the illusion peddled to you by the mainstream media (and I wonder who owns the mainstream media?). I’m a true patriot. I don’t live in La La Land. I want to take my country back from the vermin.

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The Iberian Job

Writing a memoir is always an interesting and exhausting process. In effect you are re-living it all and talking about it, the good the bad and the ugly. It’s a bit like being on the psychiatrist’s couch. Writing my latest memoir, The Iberian Job, has been a struggle against adversity, a bit like the story it tells, which covers the years 2000 to 2007. I’ll let my final part of the book do the talking…


I was almost afraid to write this memoir. My trepidation arose from the run of bad luck that became a feature of the Iberian Job. Indeed, when I started this book in September 2014 my usually reliable Apple Mac gave up the ghost and died a death. At the time I was short of gainful employment and didn’t have the funds to get the Apple Mac looked at, or to get a new computer. This memoir starts in 2003 with me accidentally dropping my laptop onto the deck of a cross channel ferry. The laptop, a Compaq Armada 7400, just about kept going throughout the Iberian Job. In the years since then I never got rid of this computer and kept it in storage. I pulled it out of storage when the Apple Mac died, and yes, you’ve guessed it, the computer still worked. This book was written on it. Should I once again ponder on circularity?

There were other things as well: just before I started writing this memoir I lost all internet connection in my apartment. I had to use the internet connection at my mother’s house for research purposes. Then, in early December 2014, just as I’d completed the first draft of this book, my auntie Rae unexpectedly went back to the UK to live. Finally, I had mega problems uploading and compiling the paperback version of this book. I’m no stranger to the process, yet for unknown reasons the publishing software refused to allow me to upload the book file.

As the old saying goes, break a leg…

The Iberian Job

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More Memoirs

I’ve been quiet on this blog for the last month, because: A) my internet connection has been up the wall, and B) I’m writing the third volume of my memoirs, which is called The Iberian Job, after a mad business scheme I launched in 2003 (I do like a mad business scheme). The Iberian Job covers the years 2000 to 2007, which was a time of great upheaval and turbulence for me. Anyone reading the finished book will probably think I’m making it all up. I’m not, as those who were there at the time can testify.

The biggest problem I’m having with this memoir is that it’s the first one to deal directly with family members who are still alive. That’s always a tricky balancing act. This is particularly so with my family, whom Channel Four could make a documentary about. I’ve always said that you could write a book about my family, and one day I probably will.

But this memoir is not it. The Iberian Job is about my own somewhat extraordinary story, when I left London in 2003 bound for Portugal. I’m trying to keep as neutral as possible about the part family members had in it all. I’ve also changed a lot of the names of other people and places to avoid getting my arse sued-off. I’m on schedule to complete the final draft of the book early in the new year.


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UKIP surfe sur la misère

Last Thursday, 9th October, the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), won its first parliamentary seat. The winning candidate was Douglas Carswell, who shortly before the by-election had defected from the Conservative party (here). I’m not going to bang on about UKIP, because readers of this blog will be well aware what my thoughts will be. Instead I will try to give a French perspective on it all; and bear in mind that in the Front Nationale, France has their own version of right wing, bigoted a-holes. The following English translation is from a piece in Le Monde, one of the major French newspapers. The press in France very much tow the establishment line, and I think I can safely say that Le Monde is on the left side of things. The original article is titled A Clacton-on-Sea, le UKIP surfe sur la misère

In Clacton-on-sea, the UKIP prospers on misery.

It’s hardly believable at first glance. How reality can be so close to a grotesque caricature? On Pier Avenue, a stoned tramp totters by an old, toothless chap hunching over his Zimmer. Over the almost deserted wharf, rows of tawdry fruit machines wobble in the beat of ancient disco tunes interspersed by blaring ads for retirement houses. In the Jaywick quarter, shabby bungalows shelter, on the seashore, the outcasts of the English economic surge, over a background of marine breeze and seagull chirps. Welcome to Clacton-on-Sea, the seaside resort north of London where nobody spends their holidays anymore since the 80’s. The most hoary and most forlorn English town, center of the constituency which elected Thursday the first MP of the UKIP, an anti-european and xenophobic party.

Douglas Carswell, aged 43, has been ruling over this town, torn between poor retired and disgraced young people, for ten years. This charismatic MP, elected in 2005, has tantalized the party of the PM David Cameron when it announced, August 28th, that he would resign his charge and wholeheartedly join, together with his supporters, Nigel Farage’s UKIP, thereby causing a new election. Comfortably confirmed by 60% of the votes, his triumph represents a perilous precedent at eight months of the general elections.

Matter of fact, it is difficult, in the streets of Clacton, to find a pedestrian that does not vote for Carswell. “He’s unlike any other politician. He tackles our problems,” explains Bryan Marshall, 37 years old, a security officer with decayed teeth, who sees in “immigration and indue claims for social allowances” the major evils plaguing his town. “The flow of Romanians
and Poles who overcrowd the place just to draw on the dole,” adds Peter Even, about sixty, wearing a tracksuit. Hurry-scurry, one blames the EU “that funnels the English money”, the potholes never fixed, “the politicians who have forgotten us”, the street lightning that goes off every day between midnight and 4 am and increases nocturnal fears.

Right in front of the station, in his brand new GQ, the MP handles the gaggle of journalists with the quietness and authority of a general on the field. A photo of Gandhi, inviting the watchers to put words and acts in accordance, stands as a foil amidst various maps of the constituency highlighted with fluorescent markers. If one dares to relate the UKIP to the French “Front national”, Douglas Carswell chokes: the comparison seems “wrong, offending and lazy” to him. Ultraliberal, he doesn’t expect much from the State and plaids for a “radical localism”. “I’m neither a warmonger nor a protectionist. I love McDonalds, modernity and free trade.” Nativism? ”A trash concept, particularly when it consists in rousing people to fight against each other in order to be elected. No country can win without immigration,” he brags, while he still demands that “the government chooses who can ingress and who must egress. The UK is a big nation, but it is ruled by a clique of Conservatives, an oligarchy that cannot be punished when they are derelict in their duties,” says the defector who believes “passionately” that the UK must quit the EU.

This straddling stance, betwixt ultra-liberalism and the defense of Clacton’s indigents – eking out their lives on pensions or allowances – does not seem to nag the local population. “People follow Carswell like sheep,” dares a seventy years old, conservative-friendly man, speaking anonymously. “I dislike the EU, but I despise what the UKIP upholds, that populism which reeks of Marine Le Pen [the leader of the French National Front]. Carswell has canvassed the town, unfortunately, and I don’t see how he could be defeated.”

Back on the shore, the calicos of the UKIP candidate have blossomed above a rundown hotel. His conservative adversary, Gilles Watling, formerly a sitcom actor, has a more lukewarm position on Europe, recalling how much the EU represents in Britain’s economy. But, he notes, especially targeting the eurosceptics, that only the Conservatives have promised a referendum on the exit of the UK from the EU. ”Douglas is quite a local figure. People vote for him, rather than for his party,” he puts forward, trying to comfort himself.

Indeed, Mr Carswell had gained popularity as a Tory MP, constantly badgering for greater local powers, so as to recruit more practicians or hinder the settlement of families living on the dole. He had his hour of glory when he pinned a thief against a wall and congratulated the police on Twitter for rushing in. In some building entrances, stickers with his face show the motto: “I help you to fight crime.”

A huge building stands right in downtown Clacton: the former theater “Century”, now transformed into the “Gala bingo”. Inside, pervaded in a rancid odor, a few old ladies spend the afternoon in a vast and almost empty playroom. Without even looking at each other, they listen to a recorded voice that drones on and on the various figures they check on their bingo cards. Outside, a bevy of young unemployed slouch against the walls. A tattoo salon neighbors a wheelchair shop. In Clacton, the UKIP has found its promised land.

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Assassins and Asylums

This is now my third post about Dana Durnford’s ‘Expedition for Life’, a voyage around the coast of British Columbia to document how much of the flora and fauna has been damaged by Fukushima. The funding for the expedition has come via donations from the public, people who are concerned about the ongoing horror story that is Fukushima, and the cover-up by the mainstream media. If you want more background to it all, and it is a fascinating story, see my previous post, Intrepid II Goes Forth.

By far the biggest donor has been a guy called Geoff Palko, who describes himself as a ‘nutty artist’ and, like Dana, is an invalid. Palko has not only bought the boat for the expedition but also much of the ancillary equipment. His donations run to tens of thousands of dollars. The Expedition for Life got under way in early September. All well and good, but then a few weeks back, Geoff Palko posted a series of videos on his YouTube channel about a ‘Saturn Cube’ on the moon, that was coming to earth to destroy all mankind (here). For those of us who have been following the Dana saga, alarm bells started ringing, because there was obviously something not quite right with Mr Palko. Then, just recently, he posted three videos proclaiming that Dana & Co were all scammers and con artists, and he used very strong language. Here’s a still from one of Geoff Palko’s recent videos. Read on to find out why I’ve changed my mind about including any actual video footage.


I did originally include an excerpt from one of these videos in this blog post, and I felt uncomfortable doing so because at the time of writing I knew that Geoff Palko had been committed to a mental hospital. It’s always a difficult balancing act when you’re reporting on something, because you have to give the readers some evidence of what you’re saying, and sometimes that evidence is not very pleasant. At the request of his family, most of Geoff Palko’s videos have now been removed from his YouTube channel. I will respect the wishes of Geoff’s family, and can only hope that the other two videos that follow in this post show the veracity of what I’m saying.
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Just over one year ago the 51st state of America voted against military intervention in Syria (here). British MPs came under intense pressure from their constituents to vote no. Shortly afterwards, America followed suit. Now, today, America has started bombing targets in Syria and Iraq, with military contributions from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE and Jordan, beacons of human rights one and all. It looks like the UK Parliament will vote on Friday on whether to join in the fun.

The Islamic State thang is so obviously contrived and manufactured, including YouTube videos showing the lead-up to grizzly beheadings, complete with ‘Jihad Johnnies’ speaking in British and North Amercan accents; and as planned, the mainstream media has whipped it all up into a frenzy: the Muslim bogeyman is coming to get yer! DA, DA, DAH! Those who pull the strings knew the public wouldn’t fall for another ‘weapons of mass destruction’ stunt, so instead they’ve come up with what looks like a bad Hollywood B-movie; but USUK has become so immoral and corrupt that I can barely be bothered talking about this aspect of it.

The only question is: how can we remove the vermin from positions of power in USUK? Well, it almost happened in Scotland last week, when 45% of the electorate voted for independence. When the 55% who voted to stay in the union suffer the inevitable betrayal of promises from Westminster, the momentum for independence will probably become unstoppable. Perhaps surprisingly, since last week’s referendum the Scottish National Party (SNP) has had a huge surge in membership (at the time of writing they’ve attracted nearly 20,000 new members), making them now the third largest party in the UK, in membership terms (here), which is remarkable for a small nation like Scotland. It shouldn’t be overlooked, though, that the independence movement in Scotland goes way beyond the SNP. Both the Greens and the Scottish Socialist Party have also had a big surge in membership. SNP policies – such as staying in NATO, cutting corporation taxes for big businesses, retaining the Queen as a head of State and sharing the Pound – do not sit well with many nationalists. Thing is, the SNP has to be a broad church, in order to get as many people as possible on board for independence. Although the nationalists are very much a grass roots movement, and there’s a lot of different political parties, they have to rally around the SNP in order not to split the vote. Even Tommy Sheridan, one of the leaders of the far left Scottish Solidarity Party, has called for everyone in Scotland to vote SNP at the General Election next May (here). Labour’s support for continuing the union is seen as a complete betrayal by the nationalists. There are presently 41 Labour MPs in Scotland. Come next May they might all be looking for another job.

If a large number of SNP MPs are returned to Parliament next year, one of the first things they’ll be pushing for is another referendum on independence. This one’s not going away, and when independence finally comes (as I believe it will) we will have the juicy prospect of a socialist Scotland right next door to the 51st state of America.


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Perfidious Albion

If the Scots had voted for independence yesterday, the following three things would have been constitutionally banned forever in Scotland:

1. Weapons of mass destruction.
2. Unelected representatives (House of Lords).
3. Privatisation of the NHS.

Of course, the British Establishment would never allow this to happen and inevitably some people today are saying that the vote was rigged (here). There’s even a petition up on called We the undersigned demand a revote of the Scottish Referendum. This petition has only been online for a short while and at the time of writing it’s already garnered 38,000 signatures.

The Scottish referendum was rigged. It was rigged mostly by the mainstream media, which were entirely on the side of the No vote (with one honorable exception: the Glasgow Herald) and went all out to discredit the Yes vote. Apart from the usual suspects such as the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail (here), the BBC’s coverage of the referendum was also an absolute disgrace. Considering the unprecedented barrage of propaganda, an amazing 45% of Scots voted for independence. I think many people in Scotland have now woken-up to the fact that the mainstream media does not exist to report news, but instead to control and manipulate the masses… but I’m going over the same ground that I covered in my previous post.

So, let’s go to South America, and in particular Ecuador. Rafael Correa, the left wing populist President of Ecuador, is often criticised for his harsh treatment of the media, which he describes as “mediocre, incompetent, inaccurate, lying and a part of the structure of corruption and accomplice of the national disaster”. Correa’s track record on press freedoms was used to hit Julian Assange over the head, when Correa granted him political asylum in August 2012. Just three months before then, Assange interviewed Correa on his Russia Today show, The World Tomorrow. The following is a short excerpt from this interview, in which Correa talks about his relationship with the media…

The complete 25 minute programe is well worth watching, and it’s fascinating to see the chemistry between the two men (Julian Assange is still holed-up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London); and incidentally, Correa, who has a PHD in economics, was re-elected for his third term as President in February 2013.
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Independence Day

As I’m writing this there’s a big Yes vote rally going in in Glasgow, against BBC bias (livestream here). I doubt if any of the mainstream media will cover this rally, just as they haven’t covered many other Yes vote gatherings, which all draw large crowds; unlike No vote rallys, where you’ll be lucky to find more than 20 people (this is one of the reasons why I think the Yes vote will win next Thursday). There’s been a barrage of pro-unionist propaganda from the media and politicians – even in Scotland itself, out of the 30 or so daily newspapers not one supports independence. It was much the same with the previous two referendums (which were about devolution, not full independence). The difference this time is that we now have social media on the internet, which paints a very different picture from that of the alternate reality known as the mainstream media.

Of course, what I’m getting at here is just how controlled and manipulated the UK media are by the Establishment. One obvious and glaring example of this was last year, when the Guardian started publishing the Snowden revelations. In the weeks and months that followed, the rest of the UK media did nor say a peep about any of it. Remember, it was being revealed that British citizens were under mass surveillance, all done illegally, and their computing devices were completely infiltrated by the security services. Welcome to police state Britain. The media did eventually start reporting it, but it was all very subdued. Likewise in the political arena, and to this day there’s been no real debate about it in Britain, outside of the pages of the Guardian newspaper (the unprecedented harrassment the Guardian has received, as a result of the Snowden revelations, is covered in this post).

The former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, has an insider’s view of just how corrupt and immoral the British Establisment is. Murray lives in England, and today, on his blog, he said this:

I am heading for the train back to Scotland for the final, frenetic stretch of campaigning to achieve national independence. Rather strange feeling on leaving the house, because I know that if we succeed I shan’t be coming back here to live, but rather staying to help build the new Scotland, in however minor a way…

… I think the greatest achievement of the campaign has been that half the population of Scotland has awoken to the fact that the mainstream media, and the BBC in particular, pump out a stream of propaganda in collusion with the state and corporate interests, and that much of it is untrue.

If Scotland becomes independent next week, Murray won’t be the only one fleeing the totally corrupt right wing lunatic asylum that England has become (that we, the people, have allowed it to become). Many of those who understand the illusion of chocolate box England, peddled by lunatics like Nigel Farage, will head north of the border. If the propaganda doom and gloomers are proved wrong (which they will be: Scotland is the 12th richest country in the world, with more oil reserves than any other country in Europe), I can also envisage counties in northern England wanting to become part of Scotland (the north of England is largely neglected by the Westminster elite). If there’s a Yes vote next Thursday it really will be a seismic shift in the political make-up of the British Isles.

Here’s Craig Murray giving a speech last month, about both Westminster corruption and Scottish independence…
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From King James to McDonalds

Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603. The unmarried Virgin Queen had no successor. The Parliamentarians, and chief minister Sir Robert Cecil, had already decided how to deal with the situation. For the previous three years, Cecil had been in secret correspondence with King James VI of Scotland (son of Mary Queen of Scots), grooming him for the succession. James was proclaimed King of England on the same day that Elizabeth I died (Coronation celebrations were restricted that year due to an outbreak of the Black Death). James took over a kingdom that was not without its problems. High taxation to fund wars in Ireland and France, the ongoing debate about how much power the monarchy should have and perceived inequality all led to a widespread sense of grievance.

Thus, a little over 400 years ago, the union between England and Scotland began (although the Act of Union was not actually signed until 1707), and it did so in a political atmosphere not too much different from that of today. Next week, if the Scots vote Yes for independence, the union will end, which will be a major turning point in the history of the British Isles. South of the border, the English only seem to have grasped this fact very recently, and there’s now a massive campaign underway to persuade the Scots to vote No. It’s been quite surreal watching the debate in England, because what the independence stuff is really about is hardly ever mentioned. Chunky Mark (real name Mark McGowan), the artist and London taxi driver, expressed it very well in a recent video he posted on YouTube. Here’s the relevent bit…

(the complete video can be found here)

Much of Chunky Mark’s rant is about an ideology we call ‘neo-liberalism’, which started three decades ago under Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan. Since then the gap between the rich and the poor has continued to widen in the anglo world (expressed by activists as the 1% and the 99%) and we are now living in societies where inequality abounds. Increasingly, the politicians no longer served the people, instead they served big business, and so the inevitable happened: the spivs and barrow boys of Wall Street and the City of London were now totally unencumbered, and of course they trashed the world economy, leaving us with the crash of 2007/2008. The corporate coup d’etat was completed when no one was held to account for this, and the banks were given eye-watering amounts of tax payer’s money as a bail-out. Since then, big business has been consolidating its position, leaving people in the anglo world living in societies that are a travesty of all notions of social justice. If the Scots vote for independence next week it will be the first major crack appearing in this new order.

I’ll finish with an excerpt from Michael Moore’s 2009 documentary, Capitalism: A Love Story. It shows how the financial institutions were bailed-out in America, totally against the wishes of the people, and it’s quite breathtaking stuff (and watch closely for hints about how Obama became President)…

Note: this excerpt appears to be blocked in the USA. The complete documentary can be found here. The above excerpt starts at approx. 1 hour 25 minutes.

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