It Just Gets Madder and Madder

On Friday at Westminster Abbey there was a thanksgiving service for British nuclear weapons. Prince William attended. This bizaare and somewhat controversial thanksgiving service has been barely reported in the mainstream media; and talking of news, this collage has been doing the rounds just recently (and perchance the news headlines coincide with the Extinction Rebellion rollocks)…

A higher resolution of this image can be found here (these are all real news headlines).

Such obvious manipulation/propaganda is quite easy to achieve, because the western media get most of their news from just three press agencies: Associated Press in America, Reuters in the UK and Agence France-Presse in France. These news agencies were long ago totally infiltrated by the corrupt intelligence services and now just push out the agenda of the psychopaths who rule us.

Sticking with news manipulation, this weekend marks the 25th consecutive week of gilets jaunes protests. The number of protestors grows ever greater, and in recent protests the gilets jaunes have been joined by members of the CGT, which is a massive trade union. There’s a revolution going on in France, but barely a peep about it in the western media, and in particular, barely a peep about the incredible police brutality at these demonstrations. If this was happening in the likes of Russia or Iran or North Korea the western media would make it constant front page news…

I would say that the tidal wave of propaganda/news distortion, and the ever increasing Orwellian nature of western societies, all stems from a certain event that took place on September 11th 2001. On that day, just as it was all starting to kick off, President George W Bush was sitting in a classroom in Florida. Don’t you just love conspiracy theories…

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14 Responses to It Just Gets Madder and Madder

  1. freddy says:

    Hi Rob, I would like to know what the half-year-long protests have done to the Economy of France, not once have I read the economy is suffering?
    Mrs.Theresa May is about to become less liked than Emmanuel Macron.
    Her party just lost one and a third thousand councillors in the local election, many people also spoiled their ballots.
    People are really dogged off with it.
    The U.K. Economy is doing very well, the second fastest growing economy in the Western World, after U.S.A.
    But we have been lied to and cheated out of our BREXIT.

    France Telecom suicides: Former bosses go on trial

    more deaths in France.
    Your French police are topping themselves at an ever increasing rate.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Freddy, off the top of my head, and without any facts/links to hand, a recent estimate was that the gilets jaunes protests have cost the French economy about 17 billion euros. This has to be set against the tax breaks that President Macron has given to the wealthy, which has cost the French economy 100s of billions of euros. If you were an ordinary French person, who can no longer afford to live, you might be a bit pissed-off, too.

      With regard to police suicides, the chief inspector who was charged with producing the official report about the November (Friday 13th November) ‘terror attacks’ in Paris was based in Limoges, which is just down the road from me in south west France. This chief inspector ‘committed suicide’ before his report was completed.

      This new wave of protests, of which the gilets jaunes are just the latest manifestation, started in January 2016. They were protesting about reforms to employment laws, but they were also protesting just as much against the ‘state of emergency’ that was introduced after the November 2015 Paris ‘terror attacks’.

      • freddy says:

        Yes poor Helric Fredou, I always thought he had been got at by The Deep State.

        • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

          I can no longer find the original footage of this on YouTube (the original footage ran to more than 4 minutes, and the camera moved away when the woman was supposedly rescued)…

          We are expected to believe that a heavily pregnant woman hung on to a window sill, on a very cold November night, for the best part of five minutes (at one stage she was – captured on camera – hanging on by just one arm). It’s all impossible, of course.

          Many French people now see these ‘terror attacks’ for what they are.

  2. freddy says:

    Papers are saying Marine Le Pen’s party has overtaken Emmanuel Macron’s party ( in the polls)
    and that Macron is due to get royally shafted by the voters in the Euro elections.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Love him or hate him, Jean-Luc Mélenchon will be the next President of France.

      The reason that Macron was foistered on the French people was because they wouldn’t vote in great numbers for the likes of Marie Le Pen (memories of WW2 still run very deep in France).

  3. freddy says:

    It Just Gets Madder and Madder

    ‘Yellow vest’ gunman, 17, takes at least five hostages and threatens to shoot police in Toulouse convenience store stand-off

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Freddy, I haven’t had time yet to look into this one. Just bear in mind the story that came out of the May Day protests, about Yellow Vests ransacking a hospital in Paris…

      (this discredited story was also reported on the Guardian, but I can’t now find it)

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      I’ve just found the Guardian reporting on the ‘May Day hospital ransacking’…

      • freddy says:

        Hi Rob, the French Economy a warning from E.U. Elite

        FRANCE will see its economy weaken this year following months of unrest on the streets of Paris from so-called ‘yellow vest’ protestors, according to a new forecast by the European Commission.

        The French economy has been plagued by the repercussions of anti-government protests in the city’s capital, with violence often erupting over what was initially sparked by rises in diesel costs. The ‘yellow vest’ street rebellion erupted last November and quickly developed into a broader backlash against economic inequality. President Emmanuel Macron last month vowed to take action to the ‘yellow vest’ movement with his plans including tax cuts, higher pensions and a reform of the civil service. Responding to the outrage, Mr Macron promised €5billion (£4.3billion) worth of cuts to income tax for lower and average earners.
        The European Commission forecasting a slowdown for 2019, with Brussels predicting the economy will grow by 1.3 percent this year.

        This is down on an expansion of 1.6 percent recorded in 2018 and the 2.2 percent growth seen in 2017.

        In its forecast, the Commission confirmed temporary factors such as social protests had a detrimental impact on domestic demand in 2018.

  4. freddy says:

    Macron in trouble with the French Voters

    Le Pen, the leader of France’s extreme far-right National Rally (formerly the National Front), and Salvini, Italy’s deputy prime minister and leader of its nationalist League party, have both been courting fellow hard-right populists across the continent.

    In doing so, they are seeking to weaponise the expected gains for nationalist parties in the May 26 European elections. “Anti-European” parties will win 35 percent of the vote, according to data analysed by the European Council on Foreign Relations.

    They are hoping to form a movement and cut off Macron at the knees.

  5. freddy says:

    Has Macron died his hair Rob?

    Looks like Macron is going to out last Theresa May, her days are numbered.
    Theresa became Prime minister on 13 July 2016
    Emmanuel became president on 14 May 2017

    but it is a real toss up as to who is the least popular with their voters.

  6. freddy says:

    It just gets madder and madder
    French doctor charged with poisoning 17 patients

    Frédéric Péchier, an anaesthetist, has already been investigated for seven other cases of poisoning, in total leading to nine deaths.

    Prosecutors allege he deliberately tampered with his colleagues’ anaesthesia pouches to create an emergency and show off his talents.

    Mr Péchier denies all allegations, and faces a life sentence if found guilty.

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