Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Climate Camp Yellow Group

Meet outside the Bank of England tomorrow at 12 Noon. (just recieved my text message)


Old Holborn said...

PS. I don't give a shit about climate change. But I DO want to watch how the Police deal mwith "dissent"

The Economic Voice said...

Can't you do some rebelling closer to Wales....all this London uprising business is a bit too far.

Old Holborn said...


I want to see how the Filth deal with the Eco Loons

Tactics, boyo. Know your enemy

Anonymous said...

Sorry, too busy keeping the country afloat...

Dickhead of Dock Green said...

As the spotlight is now on them,stand by for the PR machine taking centre stage.Shirtsleeved "bobby's" enjoying a cup of carrot infusion. Why don't they send in the BPA for maximum street cred?

denverthen said...

Don't care what OH says, his blog's starting to look a bit green to me. Or rather a sort of sickly, puce colour that reminds one of upchucked mushy peas. Or maybe the infected outflow of CJD-ridden snot cells from a brain dissolving through gangrenous nasal passages.

I quite like it.

Old Holborn said...

aw bless

Watch the police tomorrow. I will

Martin said...

Just don't film the cunts or you'll be the one having hard, long police baton up your arse.

Anonymous said...

There are locations within miles of most people in the UK where they can protest: outside their MP's or council leader's house

If i could only link said...

Hope you will wear the face of freedom. One of the iconic photos is that of your handsome self, mindfucking plod.

Ampers said...

Can we have a sweepstake on how many the police will murder?

I will guess three?

Anonymous said...

"Just don't film the cunts or you'll be the one having hard, long police baton up your arse."

Many "hidden" cameras now available, both still & video. Play the bastards at their own game!

The Economic Voice said...

All you Londoners carry on and have fun without me.....my old mans a dustman and all that.

Something you may find of interest OH


This is not shameless advertising it is advertising without giving a toss :)

caesars wife said...

i would prefer it if the bank of England didnt miss a days work at the moment .

RBS staff must be a bit sick though , fred and others appear to taken there pension requirements !

Old holborn day in nov ??

Shibby said...

Good luck and tell us how they behave!

follow the money said...

Larry Flynt – Telling It As It Is

Larry doesnt define ‘the ruling elite’ so I will ;

The US Shadow Government of the Military Industrial Bloc

The Corporate Media

The Federal Reserve

The International Bankers and the international banking cartels


Duped Liberals and Leftist Globalists

The Big Oil Corporations

The Global Corporations

The Globalist Institutions – UN, WTO, EU, NATO, Bilderbergers, Round Table Groups, Tri-Lateral Commission.

Larry says it isnt about left and right, and he is correct, but it isnt also between average people and the ruling elite – the struggle is between NATIONALISTS and Globalists.

By Larry Flynt, Publisher of Hustler magazine and free speech advocate

August 20, 2009

Simulposted with The Huffington Post

The American government — which we once called our government — has been taken over by Wall Street, the mega-corporations and the super-rich. They are the ones who decide our fate. It is this group of powerful elites, the people President Franklin D. Roosevelt called “economic royalists,” who choose our elected officials — indeed, our very form of government. Both Democrats and Republicans dance to the tune of their corporate masters. In America, corporations do not control the government. In America, corporations are the government.

follow the money said...


This was never more obvious than with the Wall Street bailout, whereby the very corporations that caused the collapse of our economy were rewarded with taxpayer dollars. So arrogant, so smug were they that, without a moment’s hesitation, they took our money — yours and mine — to pay their executives multimillion-dollar bonuses, something they continue doing to this very day. They have no shame. They don’t care what you and I think about them. Henry Kissinger refers to us as “useless eaters.”

But, you say, we have elected a candidate of change. To which I respond: Do these words of President Obama sound like change?

“A culture of irresponsibility took root, from Wall Street to Washington to Main Street.”

There it is. Right there. We are Main Street. We must, according to our president, share the blame. He went on to say: “And a regulatory regime basically crafted in the wake of a 20th-century economic crisis — the Great Depression — was overwhelmed by the speed, scope and sophistication of a 21st-century global economy.”

This is nonsense.

The reason Wall Street was able to game the system the way it did — knowing that they would become rich at the expense of the American people (oh, yes, they most certainly knew that) — was because the financial elite had bribed our legislators to roll back the protections enacted after the Stock Market Crash of 1929.

Congress gutted the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated commercial lending banks from investment banks, and passed the Commodity Futures Modernization Act, which allowed for self-regulation with no oversight. The Securities and Exchange Commission subsequently revised its rules to allow for even less oversight — and we’ve all seen how well that worked out. To date, no serious legislation has been offered by the Obama administration to correct these problems.

Instead, Obama wants to increase the oversight power of the Federal Reserve. Never mind that it already had significant oversight power before our most recent economic meltdown, yet failed to take action. Never mind that the Fed is not a government agency but a cartel of private bankers that cannot be held accountable by Washington. Whatever the Fed does with these supposed new oversight powers will be behind closed doors.

Obama’s failure to act sends one message loud and clear: He cannot stand up to the powerful Wall Street interests that supplied the bulk of his campaign money for the 2008 election. Nor, for that matter, can Congress, for much the same reason.

Consider what multibillionaire banker David Rockefeller wrote in his 2002 memoirs:

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

follow the money said...


Read Rockefeller’s words again. He actually admits to working against the “best interests of the United States.”

Need more? Here’s what Rockefeller said in 1994 at a U.N. dinner: “We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order.” They’re gaming us. Our country has been stolen from us.

Journalist Matt Taibbi, writing in Rolling Stone, notes that esteemed economist John Kenneth Galbraith laid the 1929 crash at the feet of banking giant Goldman Sachs. Taibbi goes on to say that Goldman Sachs has been behind every other economic downturn as well, including the most recent one. As if that wasn’t enough, Goldman Sachs even had a hand in pushing gas prices up to $4 a gallon.

The problem with bankers is longstanding. Here’s what one of our Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson, had to say about them:

“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation, and then by deflation, the banks and the corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their father’s conquered.”

We all know that the first American Revolution officially began in 1776, with the Declaration of Independence. Less well known is that the single strongest motivating factor for revolution was the colonists’ attempt to free themselves from the Bank of England. But how many of you know about the second revolution, referred to by historians as Shays’ Rebellion? It took place in 1786-87, and once again the banks were the cause. This time they were putting the screws to America’s farmers.

Daniel Shays was a farmer in western Massachusetts. Like many other farmers of the day, he was being driven into bankruptcy by the banks’ predatory lending practices. (Sound familiar?) Rallying other farmers to his side, Shays led his rebels in an attack on the courts and the local armory. The rebellion itself failed, but a message had been sent: The bankers (and the politicians who supported them) ultimately backed off. As Thomas Jefferson famously quipped in regard to the insurrection: “A little rebellion now and then is a good thing. The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”

Perhaps it’s time to consider that option once again.

I’m calling for a national strike, one designed to close the country down for a day. The intent? Real campaign-finance reform and strong restrictions on lobbying. Because nothing will change until we take corporate money out of politics. Nothing will improve until our politicians are once again answerable to their constituents, not the rich and powerful.

Let’s set a date. No one goes to work. No one buys anything. And if that isn’t effective — if the politicians ignore us — we do it again. And again. And again.

The real war is not between the left and the right. It is between the average American and the ruling class. If we come together on this single issue, everything else will resolve itself. It’s time we took back our government from those who would make us their slaves.

caesars wife said...

wow good post !

terrorists said...

Saeed Hajjarian, a premier reformist strategist who was disabled in a 2000 assassination attempt, has been accused of having links with the British intelligence service.

The Soros Foundation which according to the indictment planned to launch a "velvet coup" in Iran was also named as having links with Hajjarian.

more tools for the totalitarians said...

UK says illegal downloaders may lose Web access



People who repeatedly download copyrighted films and music could have their Internet connection cut off under proposed laws to tackle illegal file-sharing unveiled by the British government on Tuesday.

The proposal to ban repeat offenders from the Internet, which drew criticism from both civil rights groups and internet service providers, toughens up the measures being considered in Britain to crack down on online piracy.....

Labour are a Nazi party said...

Labour Stormtroopers Get New Wireless Taser Shotgun that can deliver a 500v shock from 98ft away

Police could be equipped with a new wireless Taser 'shotgun' with a range of more than three times that of current models, it was revealed today.

The eXtended Range Electronic Projectile (XREP) fires a series of barbed electrodes delivering a 20-second, 500-volt shock up to 98ft away.

Traditional Taser weapons fire two darts attached to wires and have a range of around 25ft.


The Paragnostic said...

Would join you OH, but can't afford the train fare at the moment.

Hope you don't get too much Stasi attention - keep safe and plan the coming resistance ;o)

Barack Cameron said...

I will be there with my own kettle,thank you.

A.B. Gordon said...

O'H you are fortunate as the rest of us mere mortals don't find out til Noon. I'll blog on this on "Independent Minds" perhaps we will see PC CO5494 Ian Skivens there?

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