The Freedom and Democracy Car Crash

Yesterday President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May gave a 30 minute long press conference that was both astonishing and embarrassing in large measure. Well, perhaps not so astonishing for those who take a close interest in what really goes on in this world. The embarrassing part comes from watching two low IQ psycho puppets (May looked like she was on the verge of a nervous breakdown) mouthing blatant lies and the usual hoary old cliches, such as the ‘freedom and democracy’ rollocks. A small number of questions were taken from some of the premier presstitutes, in an attempt to give some credence to the charade. No one mentioned the plight of Julian Assange during this so-called ‘press conference’.

With regard to free speech, today we’ve had this: ABC raid: Outcry as Australian police search public broadcaster and earlier this week it was announced that George Galloway has been sacked from his gig on UK TalkRadio. Galloway has been under starter’s orders for quite a while now, following complaints about his comments on the Salisbury ‘poisoning’ and the anti-semitism witch hunt. According to Galloway, TalkRadio haven’t paid him for the last two months, and last week they sacked his producer. Shortly after being sacked, George Galloway appeared on Good Morning Britain, where he was squared-up against Lord Alan Sugar. As well as the points I’m trying to make about freedom of speech, this is car crash television and is well worth a watch…

I’ve mentioned here two high profile instances of the ever encroaching police state. The assault on freedom of speech is happening all across the board, and particularly in the so-called ‘alternative media’ (you can find a recent example here). Some would say that George Galloway has been foolish to throwaway such a mainstream platform as TalkRadio (arguably he was the last independent voice in the mainstream media); but on the otherhand, the presstitutes are now such a joke that maybe George has timed this just right. He has a huge following on social media and has said that his radio show will be back on the alternative media.

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4 Responses to The Freedom and Democracy Car Crash

  1. JOML says:

    Hi Rob – Looks like Sugar was auditioning for a role in Eastenders! He had no real argument other than he obviously hates Galloway, who offered a reasoned, simple explanation that is always ignored by MSM as they go for the sensational spin.
    Piers Morgan loses the plot in this clip, failing to listen to the reasoned argument from Ross Greer on his tweet about Churchill (Ross is a talented young Green MSP here in Scotland.) I’m never sure if Piers is genuinely interested in the topic or just wanting the viewing figures – probably because I only see the clips added to YouTube.


    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      John, thanks for the Ross Greer GMB link (which I’d advise everyone to watch). The ironic thing is that Galloway has always been a huge Winston Churchill fan!

      To my mind, whatever their views, everyone should be allowed to say what they think, without censor.

      Only the loons/psychos/dictators want to restrict free thought.

      We are heading into that dark place right now.

      • freddy says:

        Hello Rob, we are keenly awaiting your thinking on how the European Elections played out?

        • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

          Hi Freddy. The populist, nationalist, whatever else you want to call them parties did very well in the European elections, which was not surprising (Europhiles now only have a slim majority in the European parliament, which is quite amazing when you think about it!). What surprised me was the almost complete collapse of leftist parties. There are further elections happening in Europe over the coming months, and I want to see how these pan out before commenting (ie, Denmark has just voted in what could be construed as a leftist government).

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