Sunday, April 28, 2013

An example of how the news is fabricated

Anybody who gets their news from mainstream sources needs to waken up to the fact that they do not get the full story. It is presented well, that's true, and that is why it is so easy to be gulled. This blog has covered stories that the mainstream media will not touch, like the background of Anna Ardin, who took her revenge on Julian Assange by accusing him of rape. Mainstream media outlets are not allowed to mention her name for fear that the truth will get out and Assange will not be extradited to the United States.

My latest article concerns the new nuclear power station being built at Hinckley Point and two stories fabricated to justify its existence.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Time for a reality check

Last August the Daily Mail ran a photograph with the faces of two of the five people in the photograph obscured. One of them was Anna Ardin (or Anna Bernardin) who the Mail refers to as 'Woman A'. She is one of the accusers in the case against Julian Assange. An interesting fact about this photograph is that it was taken two days after Anna Ardin was allegedly sexually assaulted at the hands of Julian Assange. Ardin would claim five days after the photograph was taken that Assange had sexually assaulted her a week earlier. Here is an unexpurgated but cropped photograph of four happy people. Ardin is on the left and Assange on the right. One of them is a victim.

The photograph reveals how young-looking Julian Assange appears in the days before Anna Ardin extracted her 'revenge'. Those who have been following the story will know that Anna had on her website a blog-post called "Seven Steps to Legal Revenge" which was mainly aimed at making those who cheat on their lovers suffer. The same day this photograph was taken Anna learnt that Julian Assange was having an affair with 'Woman B'. After going to the police station with woman B to complain Ardin took down her 'revenge' blogpost and also removed some tweets which showed just how much she was enjoying herself with the coolest people one of them being Assange. The enjoyment again was after the alleged 'rape' took place.

For the benefit of those new to the story here is a timeline of events published on Daddys' Swedish blog the same year Assange visited Sweden. You will notice that the photograph on this blog was one from the same series as the one presented above.

Anna Ardin has in the past worked at two Swedish embassies, one in Argentina and one in the United States. That is not to say that she is a CIA agent, but she was certainly in a position of privilege that would make her of recruitment interest to the secret services of either the United States or her native Sweden. Quite clearly Uncle Sam, some of whose deplorable war crimes have been revealed by Wikileaks, would rather take Julian Assange and Wikileaks out of circulation than change their "kill-first-ask-questions-later" persecution of Islam. This criminal activity is set to continue with increasing drone-strikes which are already known to have killed hundreds of children; many of these deaths often going unreported in the west. Reform is not a word in the vocabulary of the most persecuting state since NAZI Germany.

The photograph, courtesy of Justice4Assange, has been published on this blog because the mainstream media and its journalists are not allowed to do so. Neither are they allowed to mention the name of Ms Ardin (or her friend, the police interrogator in the case, Irmeli Krans) for fear people might jump to conclusions that Julian Assange is the victim and not her. Ardin and Krans have been protected, while all kinds of ludicrous accusations have been bandied about to the detriment of Assange. Here is a recent account of what happened on the Saturday Anna Ardin was interviewed. Readers can make up their own minds who they believe.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Dishonouring public opinion - Thatcher's funeral costs

People have protested loud and fast about not wishing to pay for Margaret Thatcher's funeral. In less than six days a petition achieved more than 10,000 signatures and was gaining impetus. A few hours ago the site encountered what CAUSES calls 'turbulence'. This is disturbing because the way the petition was going it could have easily reached 20,000 though 10,000 was a realistic objective over such a short period. As I write it is 2 p.m. on Tuesday 16th April. The petition-page has been down for two hours with a message:

CAUSES itself is not down because at the same time as I dumped the above screenshot I also dropped down this box where a search on the word Thatcher' brought up the following.

Who took it down? It shows that 10,124 signatures had been attained with lots of time left for this exponentially-increasing petition, which I only got to know about yesterday. Another one I would have signed had I known about it was an Epetition created before Mrs Thatcher had died called 'No State Funeral for Margaret Thatcher'. That reached a huge 38,043 signatures. Though Lady Thatcher can rest in peace this funeral business should not be allowed to rest in peace. And indeed it is not doing. Another epetition has just been started.

In her blatant attack on trade unionism one way Mrs Thatcher drove a wedge through the crotch of the union movement was to enable union members opposed to the political levy to opt out of paying it. So now as a taxpayer who does not want to pay for this pompous affair I should be entitled to opt out of funding her procession. The general public has not been consulted about whether those who make up its body wish to pay for a person's funeral who they may, or may not, have liked. What is more, each of us has to fund our own family funerals, out of our own pockets. If this show is not paid for by private donation I shall be asking for my funeral to come out of public funds. So should you. Most of us are much better people than Thatcher ever was

Friday, April 12, 2013

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The great Thatcher divide

It is hard not to want to join in the chorus on one side or another of the great Margaret Thatcher divide. In fact it is nigh impossible. Perhaps the adjective most bandied about since her death, and the one that best describes her, is divisive. She divided a nation. The capitalist system she supported, that most thinking people today believe is on its last legs, pursued a motto: "Divide and rule". The trades' union movement pursued a motto: "United we stand, divided we fall". These two mottoes faced one another across the great Thatcher  divide. A class-battle was waged whereby the trade union movement had a wedge driven between its legs until today it is still crying out from the punishment. Thatcher was responsible for this battle against the working-class which led to the society we have today of greedy go-getters and usurers.

The housing divide

Who knows, perhaps she naively and seriously thought that everybody, by following the capitalist dream, could be rich. Anybody can see, die-hard bankers especially , that such a society under a capitalist system could never exist. There need to be factors of production to make the capitalist system work. Robert Tressell clearly shows how this system works in The Ragged-trousered Philanthropists in a chapter called 'The Great Money Trick'. It is why there is a 1% super-rich sector and the other 99% are destined to make their way through life as best they can. Many working-class people bought into the dream, buying their council-houses below market value and quite probably thought this is great when they came to sell them at a more realistic market value. This conjurer's trick can only be worked once. It left in its wake a vast shortage of social-housing and a populace of young people unable to afford a house together with councils in debt because they had been robbed of their assets.

The financial divide

Likewise a dream of Thatcher's, nightmare might be a better word, was to privatise pensions. People were bribed with £200 (paid from the state pension scheme) to contract out and invest in private pensions, because capitalists know better how to make your money grow. Most of these private schemes failed. So those without a proper pension came back into the state pension scheme. They did not pay £200 plus interest to get back in. The state pension scheme however had remained solvent. It was not run by shady capitalists whose main motivation was how much profit they could screw you for and contributions paid into private pension schemes lined the pockets of the capitalists. The state pension scheme saw none of this. However pensions paid to those returning, who would otherwise have been without a pension, are today paid out of the state pension scheme. Similarly when banks go bust taxpayers, who all economists know, provide most of the liquidity that enables banks to operate, are forced to bail them out. That is, unless there is a chance they might recover and provide profit to the rich. Even when banks continue to fail, at taxpayers expense, bankers are paid disgusting bonuses.

The military divide

Thatcher was the first post second world-war prime minister to take us into war. It was an unnecessary war. A peace deal was on the table but she chose to have Argentinian and British troops killed to bolster her flagging popularity. Because collectively the electorate is stupid, there can be no other word for it, she sailed back into power on the tidal wave created by the loss of these young lives. Every single prime-minister since, of both main parties. and the coalitionist Clegg, have taken us into unnecessary wars. Thatcher showed them the way. None of them has been big enough to say "No". The electorate continues to support these wars. The world is in debt. The wars, which can make capitalists rich, have caused this debt, which the rest of us will have to pay.

A fitting epitaph

Margaret Thatcher is dead. I shall not be dancing on the day of her funeral, another pompous affair aimed at brainwashing those sheep who have never read "Animal Farm". I shall not be having a street party in remembrance of her divisive policies. Instead I have combined the two mottoes given in the introductory paragraph to provide a fitting epitaph to the old lady who did so much harm to my country.

She divided the united and they fell.