The despair Of The British nation.

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

What Is The establishment?

A Question Posed Recently.

I must fess up here that the name "Establishment" is a frequent one to be found on this blog. So I feel it is past time I addressed this complex and inscrutable concept. My first consideration perhaps the manner of the way past social structures might be perceived in the context of "Establishment" and touch on the possible manner such a word ever came about.

One such thought is that it lay in the idea of an established order. One such as in the old feudal system n which the powerful, rich landed gentry held huge wealth, power and sway both socially and politically. Land ownership, serfdom and domestic service all played a part in a system for centuries accepted as "that's just the way things are". 

However the natural injustice of this "order" could only survive through overarching power over others and a compliant acceptance, enforced by the threats of starvation if rebelled against. It is probably a reasonable assumption that this cosy, comfortable status quo could not remain when a degree of power shifted, via the industrial revolution, into a new world of an expanding labour market and competition for labour with the old feudal farming needs.

Added to that competition was the rapid rise of trade and industrial wealth carved out by entrepreneurs, inventors and men with inbuilt talent and acumen to seize opportunities across the globe. An Empire also in need of workers and management skills, hitherto confined to farm managers and tenant farmers. 

Thus evolved a new world ready and willing to make inroads into the lazier parts of the aristocracy. Suddenly the cosseted easy life of inherited privilege was less able to fend off the "nouveaux riche" now beginning to match the wealth of the hitherto elite "establishment". Capitalism and banking were about to become "ennobled" both in power and literally peerage elevation via the power of massive wealth.

So to our present day. A list of perceived "Establishment" figures and actual such members of that elite are possibly two different animals. The more brash, narcissistic folk would, iin my view, include the likes of Branson. A character never really able to hold sway and power as much as he would wish. The same goes for Kiddy fiddler Brazil loving Mandleson. That wannabee list full of wealthy but if ever powerful, only briefly.

Here virtually all politicians in The West have but a flirtation with membership of elites. Money alone certainly doesn't cut any dash. The Kinnocks, Ecclestones, Bliars and so on certainly have great wealth but power over us all, not really. So who are "They"?

I see bankers right up there. The Rothschilds, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and others ever more secretive and hidden. With the possible exception of Putin, most political figures of the West are too transient, smug and weak in the face of the movers and shakers mentioned. We once could include the influential from the media but that power, in the face of internet people power is waning, hopefully forever.

Then there are the very, very rich Soros types. Their reach and cunning their skill set for influence and rule over others. To witness their fury, over Brexit and POTUS Trump, a joy to witness, for all of us ashamed to be part of their global consumerism, as a weapon for control. many regard Donald Trump's wealth as an automatic entry ticket to the "establishment" but I argue he either turned them down or bridled at the rough treatment they all used against him. Not least those cretinous Clinton traitors. Along with Uncle Tom Baz.

Three final limbs of my take on a modern "establishment". Corporations, gangsters and civil servants. The EUSSR unelected bureaucrats belonging to two of the aforementioned and future office holders in those corporations they cuddle up to as unelected new age aristocracy.

One factor I regard as singling out those with most power over us is their hidden privacy and secrecy. The UK Civil Service Mandarins chief among the most shadowy. All of them with a genuine claim to be part of "them" is their anonymity, as a rule. It certainly is extremely rare, even for Soros, to be in the public eye. 

However their shameful lust to rule over the rest, like all established orders throughout history, will always be overtaken in the future. Maybe one day by genuine democracy and people power. I feel that the history of the Knights Templar a fascinating one for all human behaviour. One where wealth and power evolve for the benefit of a few. Good intentions really do have a sell by date and a diversionary path to an unimagined and hellish consequence!

Are they due for reincarnation?  Dump the spin, the essay is a good read.

Sunday, 19 February 2017

At Last.

Some More Sensible Consideration Of Russia.

I am presently enjoying a R4 programme "The Pull Of Putin".  Such splendid reporting without the usual bias and sycophancy to the Establishment normally associated with the leftard dominated BBC.

I hope a large number of people listen to this programme and realise that a more pragmatic, grown up rapprochement to Russia would, or at least could, improve the lot of many millions of people across the Planet. Particularly in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Add to this a removal of the CIA billionaire placement in Kiev, discussed here.
Revisit the Crimean people and determine where they wish their allegiances and flag should lie. Plus remove the warmongering rhetoric and stupid, nose spiting visages of sanctions beloved of the EUSSR unaffected personally despots bureaucrats and what's not to like?

Which scenario do you Prefer?

Friday, 17 February 2017

A Hasbeen Rises Up.

What A Ridiculous, Self Absorbed Plonker.

A gross, narcissistic, evil, yet to be indicted war criminal, rich beyond measure on the back of British taxpayers, probably closet bi-sexual predator, crawls out of the  establishment's woodworm holes ravaging their rotten timbers. I briefly listened to his whining and affectacious twang with a sudden urge to vomit. That he was given air time was in itself pathetic but sadly predictable.

I listened to President Trump lambast and justifiably excoriate the media earlier, in a brave and ebullient manner. So refreshingly different to the weasel toadying of people like Blair. Sucking up to the various empires of propaganda, such as produced by Murdoch's sycophants. I was suddenly being dragged back a decade to this clown's sudden parading before his paid up mates and Bilderbergers.

He was ever the blind fool playing an out of tune pipes divorced totally from reality. His sheer stupidity in failing to realise he was a prime mover to guarantee the brexit decision in favour of leaving that ghastly EUSSR. Bliar's mass immigration gerrymandering but one of many crimes against British tradition and decency.

Here, like all of the Labour failures over 13 years of vote rigged power, is a man who dares to suggest, in that weird, whiny voice, that the NHS, schools and the breakdown of society is nothing to do with his policies of PFI paupering building contracts making his corporate and banking pals rich out of the taxes paid by the poor. 

An individual prostituting himself at the feet of tyrants and despots to turn a few million quid for himself and his leech sucking family. Like Kinnock, Straw, Prescott et al masters in the art of nepotism and sycophancy. All of them with interests in furthering the rise of a Federal Europe and opportunities to grow ever fatter and more unpleasant, sat at the festive banquets of interpersonal backslapping and glad handing. All whilst the poorer and ever more exploited people of Greece and Southern Europe toil on poverty level wages to supply these ghastly people with their spoils.

We should hold fast to the imagery of Bliar before the Hague. preferably alongside Hillary Clinton, in the dock. The charges read out of how their lust for power has brought about the deaths of millions of innocents, the rise of the butchers from ISIS and the hapless state of a world run by arms dealers and their agents in Governments across the planet.

I suppose this circus hogging a few minutes of airtime and badly choreographed by a delusional next President of The United States of Europe is a blessed relief from the Russia and Vladimir bashing requirements of those very same arms dealers and corporate warmongers. People and banks desperate to justify the need for the gross and wasteful billions of dollars sloshing around the cesspits of nefarious and gross wealth creating nastiness drawn from the suffering of the little people.

We can also be grateful that the fools still believing they are not losing their grip on power, for so long held tight with the collusion of a bought and paid for media cartel, have utterly failed to understand how President Trump came to be elected. That is coupled to why, in both cases, that and Brexit, despite significant voting fraud, they still lost on both counts.

Bliar's conviction that nothing has changed since he last peddled his snake oil is a bonus for all sensible people. His lack of awareness as to his standing in most people's' minds is also to our advantage. I've yet to visit Twitter today but suspect his pathetic intervention will have gone down a storm. Storm drain that is! 

Indeed, I'd go as far as to suggest, as is likely, the motley fool's appearance today will be paraded across France, Holland and germany as some kind of shining light to lead the good people away from their awakening to democracy before dictatorship manifested by the likes of this yesterday man. A wreck as ugly, broken and pathetic as would a risen Titanic look dragged from the depths of the Atlantic. 

Or, in Bliar's case, from the depths of depravity, deep in a swamp populated by the most horrific of creatures, drawn into the muck and filth by the evil George Soros. If ever a present day mogul, manipulator and moron epitomised the establishment, it's Soros. Who just happened to lose a few billion out of Brexit and probably now out for revenge. Add his sidekick, Murdoch to his circle and we see how Bliar is a timely reminder of what we, the ordinary people, are up against.

As much as this may turn out to be to our advantage, as France and Holland vote it does little to reduce the nausea producing sight of Bliar back on our screens. Thank goodness we, so far, can still choose to switch off the false, gurning idiot.