Jun 152008
 

Last updated on January 5th, 2016

Yesterday’s revelation that some more files marked “secret” or something have gone missing puts me at odds with the statements emanating from the Tories. The tories are saying the government is presiding over a “culture of carelessness”. Well they have a lot to gain from a government that looks incompetent.

However, it’s strikes me as strange that it’s only in the last two years that all this data has apparently gone missing – or more importantly, is actually being reported upon in the media. I think something far more sinister and worrying is happening than a simple culture of carelessness.

What I believe we are witnessing is the fall-out from a concerted plan to progressively undermine the authority of government. A conspiracy; and conspiracy comes under the terms of the recent fear and loathing in Westminster terror laws.

To find out who is doing this, all we have to do is sit back and consider who has most to gain. The labour party would certainly not gain from these events – and aren’t. The tories would certainly gain – and are. A hidden security service would certainly gain – and are. Basically, anyone who isn’t connected to the labour party in government – gains.

It seems to me to be a conspiracy within the ranks of the old-style establishment. They certainly have the motive and means to do lots of little bits of mischief. Harold Wilson had his fears and beliefs along these lines over 30 years ago and I’ve no reason to doubt that it’s any different now. The old-boys network and public schools system is as strong as ever, despite all the stuff about a meritocratic society. As financial systems, businesses and foreign countries collapse, the same bunch of folks keep on coming up smelling of roses, their lives un-interrupted while all around them chaos reigns.

Now that’s REAL terrorism.

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