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Cameron Reveals the Second Totalitarian Democracy

Totalitarianism Hits Britain

The End of Freedom –  Here is the News

Today, dozy Brits sleepwalked into a slightly-uncomfortable oblivion.  No-one blinked.

Monument at Hitler's Birthplace

Monument stone at the site of the birth of Adolf Hitler reads: For peace freedom / and democracy / never again fascism / millions of dead remind us. The stone is from the quarry at the Mauthausen concentration camp.

Following on from yesterday’s news that everything any of us does will be recorded, anything and everything, it’s now the end of justice as we know it and a sharp veer to the Nazi/Soviet/Zimbabwe model of total surveillance, secret police and secret trials.

The BBC said, David Cameron defends secret courts and web monitoring plans, and the comments are cascading in fast.

Can no-one see this?  Where is the common sense that we British are reputed to have, or is that just a sham like our justice as well?  Something to brag about when criticising Little Johnnie Foreigner but not something we do at home?

As long as the lights still work and the Proles can drive to the burger shop they’ll all be happy.  Is that what the powers-that-be think?

It certainly looks like it.

Men in Suits

David Cameron

David Cameron (Photo credit: Nick Atkins Photography)

King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa (left) of Bahrai...

King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa (left) of Bahrain responds to a reporter’s question during joint press availability with Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld (right) outside the Pentagon on Feb. 4, 2003 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hitler and Mussolini

Hitler and Mussolini

Mugabe

Mugabe

Stalin

Stalin

 

Who Are What?

Now, instead of medallioned shouty people brandishing fists, swords and tanks like Hitler or Stalin, we find our freedoms are removed by men in suits.  Men like Cameron, Clegg, Brown and Blunkett.  Men like bankers and offshore tax advisors.  Men on hidden committees and quangos.  Men on secretly funded so-called “focus groups” that are nothing but sham cover-ups for the men in suits.

Other men taking away “other people’s freedoms” they slag off as bad, bad, bad.  Actually, most of them are!  People like Mugabe are obvious.  Less obvious is the King of BahrainHamad bin Isa Al Khalifa or the King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud.  They wear their own sort of suit.

But like Hitler (say) before,  they all remove power from the people and misuse their army, their courts and laws as a disservice to the common man.

Islam Karimov, president of Uzbekistan

Islam Karimov, president of Uzbekistan

They all wear suits and they’re all bad people.  Cameron finally reveals his spots.  Obama, the false hope is just the same.  Chanting loud the voice of nationalism and national security, in actual fact they are the public face of non-accountable multi-national powers of huge influence.  They all had a chance to “change” things, but have been sucked into the greater, totalitarian void that multi-national capitalism is.

They are Borg.

Resistance is futile.

Smile as your freedom goes.  At least you’ve got a job, mate!

We are Borg.

We Are THe Borg Unicomplex

We Are The Borg Unicomplex

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A Military Way out of The Credit Crunch

Willie Sutton

Willie Sutton

Willie Sutton

In a curious parallel with the Great Depression when many millions lost their homes and money, I’m reminded about the phrase reputedly said by a USA bank robber of the time, and how it could equally well be applied to our current predicament….

When asked “Mr Sutton, why do you rob banks?”, he is supposed to have said;

…..because that’s where the money is.

More likely as a real attributed saying is this one, about his gun-toting while robbing banks;

You can’t rob a bank on charm and personality

Both quotes I’ll come to later…(SP)

Brown, Obama and the Western Dilemma about ‘Business as Usual’ (BAU)

The trouble with a return to the ‘BAU scenario is that all the old bad habits will return along with an even faster return to a fossil-carbon dominated society with all the climate problems in tow.  Today on the Number 10 website, toothless PM Brown of the UK is re-iterating his mantra of the past few months;

Banks must start lending again – PM

Of course, we own the banks and in reality there’s absolutely nothing to stop them.  The ideal solution out of the ‘lack of credit’ predicament has been passed over, unfortunately….

The best solution would have been to give every citizen of the UK, every man, woman and child, an equal share of the money that’s been used to bail out the corrupt and incompetent bankers.

  • Some people would have frittered it – just like the bankers!  But those people would stimulate the economy with their spending.  And the receivers of the cash all cash up, in banks!
  • Some would use it to pay off loans and mortgages – so the banks would get the money anyway and those people would have more to spend.
  • The parents of minors would have had to invest it in their name, in the banks… –  so the banks get the money again, ready to lend to businesses etc.

As I say, the point has passed, but it would have been a win-win situation, unlike now where we still have to pay, both in loans and in higher future taxes.  The only winners are the incompetent and crooked bankers and other money spivs.

Which brings me back to,

A Military Way out of The Credit Crunch

Because all of the missing money, the money that we’ve had to give to the banks to pay for their losses, it’s all had to have gone somewhere.  Like the Zimbabwe ladies in the news today or the wealthy Nigerians of my wife’s experience; like crooked Stanford and Madoff, the money has gone offshore.  To places like The Cayman’s, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Bermuda, Belize, Switzerland.

A much better, less bloodthirsty and legal use of our supposed military might in the West would be to retrieve all our stolen money (don’t forget the Enron billions, Lazards etc etc etc) and pay a nice visit to these offshore havens, packed to the gizzards with siphoned off tax and stolen drug money as well as the proceeds of the biggest frauds the world has ever seen.  As Willie Sutton said;

You can’t rob a bank on charm and personality

If Regan could manage Grenada I’m sure Obama and Brown have a mandate to pay a visit to some or preferably all of the above.  You know it makes sense and it’s the only sure way to inject some money into the system.

It’s certainly cheaper than alienating yet more Pakistanis pursuing the ghostly Taliban all over the world.

Conclusion

Of course, all the world’s leaders have probably got their stashes tied up in these places.  Berlesconi comes to mind…..   So I can’t see it happening although it’s an easy, do-able solution to the recent financial meltdown.

To re-quote Willie Sutton – why go and raid the Cayman Island banks and Lichtenstein etc?

because that’s where the money is!!!

And it’s OUR money!!!

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View of Local Network from Rapidshare? A Black Hole?

Not really being a complete propellorhead means I don’t understand all the actions here – but it’s weird!

I checked the Crawling Chaos logs this morning and there was a recent referral showing like so:

You’ll see that the network is part of one of the three reserved portions of IP Addresses.  It’s the segment that most domestic routers and networked HP printers have as their default settings.  You’ll also see that the index file in the /otrs/ folder is a Perl file doing an action.

I dunno, call me thick, but I shouldn’t really be seeing this….  After all, that’s what firewalls are supposed to do with all that port-forwarding and NAT mularkey.

I had a closer look at the log entry and there’s a hostname of 62.12.168.98 which traces back to RapidShare AG in Switzerland and it was looking at this page, http://crawlingchaos.co.uk/about/copyrights, which is nice.

RapidShare is a company that host files for people that do a lot of swapping.  They call it “Sharing”.  Another way to look at it is that there’s a lot of copyright material hosted on their servers which are usually posted by blogger people.  These people  think that they are expressing their freedoms by making a big list of commentary on the relative merits of various artistic offerings.  They also include links to the copyright material to bolster their viewpoint and bask in the reflected glory attained.  Some of them are willing to debate the merits of their actions.  For me, it’s clear-cut.

Anyway, it looks to me that the Rapidshare firewall has a bit of leakage as, like a black hole, a small amount of information is leaking out.

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Even More on Baer Bank versus Common Decency/Law/Sense (WikiLeaks)

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Internet freedom is up for grabs as it reveals in the WikiLeaks case the porcupine and skunk underbelly of the great world power brokers, otherwise known as crooks, purporting to act in our interests.

The lying judge is having another hearing, see here on enews20 and here at the Guardian.

As they say, there are two sides to every story. Lets look at this side..

Here is the WikiLeaks post on the history of the subject in it’s verbatim entirety, copied below. And here is the Google News Status so far! The bank has really shot itself in the foot. Surely the chickens will come home to roost soon…

I’ve posted each Wikileaks link in it’s entirety also, right below the main article, verbatim, so this post is rather long!!! ;-) If you think this is too long and boring, then hey! That’s why you go to school – so you can see when the bad guys are up to no good!

I’ve also put related pdf files here for download (all open in new window otherwise): Read the rest of this entry >>

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More on the Baer Bank

Wikileaks LogoToday, like many others, I’ve set up a pointer to the IP address for Wikileaks. So you can still find it at http://wikileaks.foetusproducts.com

This is because of the on-going censorship of the site, brought about by the Baer bank in Switzerland. I jabbered about this subject here in an earlier post and haven’t changed my opinion, in fact from reading other site’s output, say opendemocracy.net or TechDirt or boingboing.net, my despair and anger at the huge evil forces at work in the world has hardened, prompting my redirection set up.

Latest news is that the two big US freedom organisations have set up a legal aid fund for the site’s defence.

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