Tuesday, 19 April 2011
The Lions Awaken
Image - Orc, the spirit of revolution.
The two stories below define for us the last decade.
They reveal that our government took us into an illegal Oil Imperialism war in Iraq, in which hundreds of British soldiers died, in order to enrich British and American oil companies - and then lied to the people and denied publically time after time that stealing Iraqi oil was the primary factor in the Iraq War.
They also reveal that our government lied to us as regards the issue of mass immigration.
Contrary to their frequent public pronouncements that they were seeking to 'cut immigration', the Labour government was actually using mass immigration as a way to cut wages, undermine workers rights and conditions whilst working with the trades unions, as a way to make British businesses more competitive in the context of the global market place and they were also using mass immigration as a way to socially and politically marginalise, economically isolate and economically impoverish and throw into mass unemployment the White English Working Class - who were seen by the New Labour, middle class, international Neo-Trotskyisk Stalinist elite as their mortal class enemies.
The white English Working Class had to be smashed as a community and a class in order to ensure they did not block the plans of the Neo-Trotskite Fabianists in the New Labour Party to globalise our economy and workforce.
Mass immigration was the invasion, theft, ethnic cleansing and colonisation of our communities.
What was once done to the Native American, South American and Australian aborigine by our ancestors, was done to us in the name of multi-culturalism.
This was done by the New Labour Middle Class Neo-Trotskyites as they despise the White English Working Class in the exact same way as Stalin once despised the Kulaks.
Their agenda was our extermination - as a people, as a culture and as a nation.
That was, and is, a crime against humanity.
Now we know our government declared war on us as a people.
Now history records the factual nature of the truthes we have been exposing to the public for decades - the mask of the lie has slipped away and the smile of the jackal exposed.
The day of judgement draws close.
The more the traitors betray us, the faster the judgment comes.
Not until our people are forced to awaken by the dictates of a harsh neccesity, will they rouse themselves from the spell that afflicts them.
I fear that the Great Collapse is almost upon us, an economic crash of such apocalyptic proportions that it will usher in an age of chaos.
And one by one, I see the people starting to come to their senses.
The sleeping lions of Albion are stirring.
The poet William Blake wrote of Orc, the personification of the wild spirit of rebellion that starts politicial, social and spiritual revolutions.
The spirit of Orc walks this land, his wild fires of revolution ready to ignite a national conflagration.
And when the sleeping lions of Albion awaken, the levelling of this island will begin, and in the Peoples Courts of Albion, finally every traitor will be given the justice they truly deserve.
Albion Awakens !
Blood for oil? Documents reveal talks between Government and oil giants BEFORE invasion of Iraq
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 1:47 PM on 19th April 2011
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Tony Blair said oil conspiracies about the Iraq war were 'absurd' but leaked documents have revealed ministers met with BP and Shell about Iraqi oil before the invasion
Opponents of the Iraq war always insisted oil had a part to play in the 2003 invasion, whatever Western leaders claimed about their desire for regime change.
The theory that Iraq’s oil was of interest to the UK was even dismissed as ‘absurd’ by then prime minister Tony Blair as the British government prepared for the invasion while BP also insisted they had ‘no strategic interest’ in Iraq.
But the real link between oil firms and the Iraq war has now been confirmed after secret documents showed ministers met with senior oil bosses, months before the invasion.
In 2003, Shell said rumours that it had met with the government to discuss Iraq’s oil reserves were ‘highly inaccurate’ while then BP chief executive Lord Browne said: ‘It is not in my or BP’s opinion, a war about oil’.
Yet Baroness Symons, then the Trade Minister, met with officials from BP, Shell and BG (previously British Gas) on October 31 2002, some five months before the invasion of Iraq.
Documents obtained after a Freedom of Information request by oil campaigner Greg Muttitt reveal that Lady Symons pledged to lobby the U.S. government on behalf of BP to ensure the British firm was not ‘locked out’ of energy deals agreed by Washington.
A memo, published in part by the Independent, states that at the October 2002 meeting Baroness Symons ‘agreed that it would be difficult to justify British companies losing out in Iraq in that way if the UK had itself been a conspicuous supporter of the US government throughout the crisis’.
The Foreign Office held talks with BP a week later, with the meeting’s minutes saying: ‘Iraq is the big oil prospect. BP is desperate to get in there and anxious that political deals should not deny them the opportunity.’
And while the company stressed just before the March 2003 invasion that it had ‘no strategic interest in Iraq’, BP had already told the UK government the Middle Eastern nation was ‘the most important thing we’ve seen in a long time’, adding it was prepared to take ‘big risks’ to secure access to Iraqi oil.
The real cause for war? Reports of 2002 meetings between the government and oil firms show the role oil played in the decision to invade
The revelations are likely to anger long-term opponents of the Iraq war, who have repeatedly claimed the invasion was driven by commercial, not diplomatic concerns.
The invasion was only approved in the Commons after claims Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, though a huge number of MPs voted against the motion and three – including former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook – resigned in protest.
It was later claimed that a 2003 briefing document used to justify the invasion had been ‘sexed up’, with an exaggeration about Hussein’s weaponry and the speed with which he could deploy.
Mr Muttitt, who appealed for the release of the documents said: ‘Before the war, the Government went to great lengths to insist it had no interest in Iraq's oil. These documents provide the evidence that give the lie to those claims.
‘We see that oil was in fact one of the Government's most important strategic considerations, and it secretly colluded with oil companies to give them access to that huge prize.’
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1378428/Iraq-war-documents-reveal-talks-Government-oil-giants-BP-invasion.html#ixzz1JycvnPfE
Miliband ally attacks Labour migration 'lies' over 2.2m they let in Britain
By Gerri Peev
Last updated at 12:50 AM on 16th April 2011
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A close ally of Ed Miliband has attacked Labour for ‘lying’ about immigration.
Lord Glasman – a leading academic and personal friend of the Labour leader – said that the previous Labour government had used mass immigration to control wages.
In an article for Progress magazine, the Labour peer wrote: ‘Labour lied to people about the extent of immigration … and there’s been a massive rupture of trust.’
Control: Lord Glasman - a close ally of Ed Miliband, right - said the previous Labour Government used mass immigration to control wages
Labour let in 2.2million migrants during its 13 years in power – more than twice the population of Birmingham.
Maurice Glasman was promoted to the House of Lords by Mr Miliband earlier this year. He has been dubbed the Labour leader’s ‘de facto chief of staff’ by party insiders and has written speeches for him.
Lord Glasman, 49, had already told BBC Radio 4 recently: ‘What you have with immigration is the idea that people should travel all over the world in search of higher-paying jobs, often to undercut existing workforces, and somehow in the Labour Party we got into a position that that was a good thing.
‘Now obviously it undermines solidarity, it undermines relationships, and in the scale that it’s been going on in England, it can undermine the possibility of politics entirely.’
The academic, who directs the faith and citizenship programme at London Metropolitan University, criticised Labour for being ‘hostile to the English working class’.
He said: ‘In many ways [Labour] viewed working-class voters as an obstacle to progress.
‘Their commitment to various civil rights, anti-racism, meant that often working-class voters... were seen as racist, resistant to change, homophobic and generally reactionary.
‘What you have with immigration is the idea that people should travel all over the world in search of higher-paying jobs, often to undercut existing workforces, and somehow in the Labour Party we got into a position that that was a good thing.
‘Now obviously it undermines solidarity, it undermines relationships, and in the scale that it’s been going on in England, it can undermine the possibility of politics entirely’
- ‘Maurice Glasman
‘So in many ways you had a terrible situation where a Labour government was hostile to the English working class.’
Lord Glasman has also argued for Labour to take a more patriotic stance, opposing the sale of the ports of Dover to the French as ‘lunacy’.
He said: ‘I would like to see Ed on the white cliffs saying, “This is forever England”.’
Tory MP Michael Ellis said: ‘What we want to know is: will Ed Miliband admit that the Labour government he was a part of lied to the country?
‘It’s time for Ed Miliband to apologise for Labour’s record on immigration.’
Mr Miliband has denied that Labour let in too many immigrants during its time in government.
A source close to the Labour leader tried to play down the significance of the peer’s remarks. He said: ‘Maurice Glasman is a mate of Ed’s but he is not his guru on this or any other issue.’
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1377477/Ed-Miliband-ally-attacks-Labour-migration-lies.html#ixzz1JyduTesR