I have noticed some pretty crazy shit lately on the Internet. Facebook removing posts because “they look like spam,” video files that I was distributing as free downloads have been removed from my website, this week I have lost about 20 subscribers on YouTube and even a whole post was removed from my website. WTF is going on? It seems to me that the government or somebody is blatantly and desperately manipulating the Internet and the truthers is who they are after. They have lost the argument so now they will silence it.
YouTube are literally silencing me as at least eight of my old videos that have been on YouTube for years undisturbed have this year been muted due to a copyright claim on the background music. Even music that is in the public domain and in one case was literally hundreds of years old (George Handel) has lead to Sony and WMG claiming ownership of the music and therefore my whole video.
They first chose to profit from it and then simply remove it after all they can’t be seen profiting from “extremism.” I think the Internet is in desperate need for a decentralized video platform that uses blockchain technology. Google seem desperate to destroy an idea with YouTube and Youtubers that have dedicated years of their lives to their work are being driven away (intentionally.) The trouble is for them (me included) is we don’t really have anywhere to go and when we find something that looks like it could be promising (TruTube, Blip TV, Megavideo, Videoweed, Dailymotion) they either turn out to be shit or stop working.
They are literally attacking us from all angles in an attempt to financially starve the truth.
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The governments of USA, UK and Europe appear to be fighting many wars. They claim to be fighting a war on terrorism, extremism, hate speech, drugs, fake news. They fight secret wars, drug wars, information wars, we could be approaching a war on Russia while still fighting Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, the Falklands. They do spend a lot of our taxes on fighting these wars.
But surely thats OK isn’t it? After all these wars are being fought for us and against enemies of freedom, right? Wrong, if they were fighting these wars for us they would be fighting wars on poverty, exploitation or oppression! I believe these wars do not exist and there is only one war that is real, that is the war rich/establishment vs poor/the rest of us. They call them things like the “war on drugs” but what does the war on drugs lead to? It leads to harsh punishments to drug addicts instead of help and support. Pablo Escobar has been dead for over 25 years yet Cocaine is still as easy as ever to get your hands on. There is just different middle men, making the money and controlling the supply and I bet the men at the top are not Colombian but American and state sponsored.
They stir up race wars and use racism to keep us divided but this war is not about race its about control, if we are all focusing on each other how can we focus on the real enemy? Which is the corporate and bank controlled state.
The so called war on terror has led in an increase in terrorism because if you fight terrorism using terrorism all you are going to end up with is more terrorism. Than we have the war on extremism and hate speech, but what is extremism and hate speech? There is no clear definition on extremism or hate speech and this is deliberate. In my view most of our mainstream media could easily be categorized as hate speech and promoting extremism but thats not who they are after. The war on extremism, fake news and hate speech is really just a war on your freedom of speech, they’re not going after the corporate media they can and do carry on printing their hate filled racism and propaganda daily.
The government use fear and hate and create problems to control us, without problems there would be no need for a government. These problems are than solved by your government usually at the cost of a little freedom from the people and little more power to the state.
I have spoke to many people in many walks of life about politics, I end up arguing everywhere I go and some people are offended by my views, but not all! What I find really interesting is the type of people that get offended the most are the middle classes or sometimes even working classes. They get defensive and sometimes they even take my opinions as a personal attack on them! Why? I believe they know whats happening and they subliminally choose willing ignorance mainly due to the fact the system feeds, it makes them fat and greedy, it turns them in to ignorant pigs.
They side with the oppressors because they believe the oppressors are stronger, which they are financially they own everything! But people power beats money and the poor outnumber the rich massively if the poor choose to play up the rich would soon realize that their money means nothing. The poor have to recognize who the real enemy is; it is not Islam, communism or even extremism it’s the establishment.
The establishment and their puppets in the media and government are the real terrorists, extremists and lunatics.
I have also spoke about politics to many poor people, real people, people that don’t have shit. These people recognize the real political problems that Britain faces. Why is that? Obviously it’s because these people have nothing and the corruption and unfairness of the system has an impact on their lives, in my experience homeless people are actually more politically knowledgeable than the middle classes in most cases!
The establishment and the poorer classes should consider this fact, a war that kills the establishment is actually more profitable and cheaper than any war we could fight in the middle east or anywhere else! We could take their mansions, estates and open them as huge homeless shelters and take there money are redistribute among the poor we would all be rich! The number of people that would have to be murdered is tiny compared to our governments plan of acting like puppets to these people and fighting wars in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan and where ever else they decide.
IF YOU BELIEVE VIOLENCE IS NOT THE ANSWER YOU ARE A TERRORIST SYMPATHIZER. That was the amazingly ignorant and arrogant claim of terrorist David Cameron today. I believe if you sympathize with the greed and war mongering Conservative government you are the REAL terrorist Sympathizer! How can David Cameron make claims like this when he supports Israel’s oppression and terrorist acts in Palestine? Britain is sleep walking into another war.
It is not that I sympathize with people that kill people (like the British and US armies,) I sympathize with the children that are in the wrong place at the wrong time and the mothers that have to witness the massacres our taxes fund. I sympathize with our brainwashed soldiers (that have been programmed to KILL and follow orders without asking questions) and the families they leave behind, I sympathize with the innocent civilians as they become death stats.
I find it hard to sympathize with rich, greedy, elitist, war mongering, propaganda using governments and their corporate and aristocratic masters. After all David Cameron’s children will be cozy, safe and sound in their huge mansions with their expensive minders surrounded by security. Why should the working class British public defend a country and a government that has spent much of its time oppressing and ripping off the poor and working classes?
If the elite want war I say go for it but do not ask or expect us (the poorer classes) to support or fight for them, the Conservative government have cut public services, incapacity benefits, child tax credits and the NHS for us while handing tax breaks to Google, News Corporation, Facebook and many other corporations, billionaires and millionaires but now we are expected to defend them? Lets keep this simple, FUCK EM.
Lets see the elite fight this war without us, if rich little weaklings like David Cameron, Barrack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg and their masters are so pro war let them fight a war. I would happily work and pay taxes if our government promise to drop these weakling, warmongers in the middle of Syria to fight terrorism themselves.
David Cameron believes that we are terrorist sympathizers, I believe he and his government are terrorists which makes their supporters terrorist supporters! USA, UK and their allies attack, exploit, kill, loot, thieve, bomb and murder but they still have the nerve to suggest that they stand for peace and against terrorism. The Conservative government and their masters stand as much against freedom as ISIS do, who by the way were funded by American taxes!
Deaths Caused by US War On Terror are 10 Times What is Typically Reported in the Media
On March 19, 2015–the 12th anniversary of the onset of our country’s ill-fated military intervention in Iraq–Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) is releasing the latest edition of Body Countfor North American distribution.
The report, authored by members and colleagues of the German affiliate of the Nobel Prize-winning International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), is a comprehensive account of the vast and continuing human toll of the various “Wars on Terror” conducted in the name of the American people since the events of September 11, 2001.
This publication highlights the difficulties in defining outcomes as it compares evaluations of war deaths in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Even so, the numbers are horrific. The number of Iraqis killed during and since the 2003 U.S. invasion have been assessed at one million, which represents 5% of the total population of Iraq. This does not include deaths among the three million refugees subjected to privations.
Dr. h.c. Hans-C. von Sponeck, UN Assistant Secretary General & UN Humanitarian
Coordinator for Iraq (1998-2000) calls the report, “a powerful aide mémoire of their legal and moral responsibility to hold perpetrators accountable.”
Afghanistan Victims of a February, 2012 US air strike that killed 8 children in Kapisa
A U.S Army staff sergeant is accused of leaving a base early last Sunday morning and murdering 16 civilians in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
The soldier has been identified as 38-year-old Staff Sgt. Robert Bales of Washington State. Bales is married with two children. He was serving his first tour in Afghanistan after serving three tours in Iraq.
According to CNN, Bales is accused to have left a base from 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday morning, and headed to villages nearby where he went door to door and opened fire. 16 Afghan civilians were killed. Among the victims were nine children, three women, and four men. Witnesses of the shootings reported seeing the soldier pour chemicals over the bodies of the victims and burning them.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales of Washington State including murdered 16 civilians including seven children in Afghanistan.
Argentinean political commentator Juan Gelman thinks the Iraq war has “entered into perfect forgetfulness,” at least in the United States. He implies U.S. leaders enjoy impunity, despite having lied to rationalize their invasion and despite civilian deaths from their war. Memory may indeed be at fault, but maybe what’s happening is that not all U.S. Americans know. Perhaps their politicians prefer not to know.
Media coverage of the Iraqi disaster has been sporadic and never comprehensive. Yet that may be changing. Recent initiatives promise easy access to basic information. The contention here is that knowing what has happened in Iraq is essential for awareness of crimes there and for establishing guilt.
A study released on October 15 shows, for example, that the Iraqi death rate between 2003 and 2011 was 4.55 per 1,000 person-years, a figure 50 percent higher than rates for two years immediately preceding the war. That means 405,000 excess wartime deaths. As of 2005 – 2006, the risk of death had risen 70 percent for women, 290 percent for men. According to the study published by PLOSMedicine, violence accounted for 60% of excess deaths with the remainder caused by “the collapse of infrastructure and other indirect, but war-related, causes.” PLOS, the online journal’s publisher, is an “organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world’s scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.”
Jeremy Corbyn is a man that is attacked regularly by the corporate owned media mainstream media and the Conservative government, they claim his anti war, anti oppression, pro human rights views are a danger to the security of Britain. Jeremy Corbyn is a man with strong and controversial (to some people) beliefs, he stands against the super rich monarchies, the corporate takeover of Britain, banker greed and the old fashioned, warmongering British mentality. What I have noticed about some of the reporting on Jeremy Corbyn is; as always the mainstream media are very predictable they present Jeremy Corbyn as unpatriotic for daring to have an opinion, instead of them asking questions like; Is Jeremy Corbyn right about the monarchy? Is it dated, old fashioned, silly and oppressive? Does it discourage equity and breed greed? The mainstream media are asking; Should he kneel before the queen? Should he sing the National anthem more passionately?
For me so far Jeremy Corbyn is a legend! He might not win an election but he will offer a real alternative, the mainstream media use of propaganda will go down to the lowest depths to prevent Jeremy Corbyn from getting in! He fights oppression, greed, aristocracy and unjust wars at the same time he is battling against an extremely biased and political motivated corporate owned media and fake Labour Blairites and Brownites that are Conservative minded, sometimes refereed to as blue Labour. He fights the police state, the corrupt system and the most powerful enemy of all Great British ignorance. The corporate media ignore much of what he does instead of reporting his policies and ideas they keep moaning and complaining about silly things like his potential refusal to bow down to a tradition he does not believe in. I believe a real leader must be strong and not a puppet, pissing off a few billionaire hierarchies is a much better investment in our governments time than fighting wars in the Middle East that kill innocent people. They claim he is a ridiculous leftie that hates Britain and they base much of this claim on the fact he has personal beliefs that are not the same as what we are programmed to believe.
Jeremy Corbyn does not appear to be a liar unlike Obama, he does not appear to be a purely financially motivated, elitist puppet unlike David Cameron, he appears to offer Great Britain a real alternative and choice unlike Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. He does not appear to be a likable but an incompetent buffoon unlike George Bush and Boris Johnson and surely that is a good thing. As much as I love watching world leaders make complete laughing stocks of themselves I think I would rather watch world leaders fight against injustice, oppression and war.
On the 20th October 2011 Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi more commonly known as Colonel Gaddafi was killed and the Libyan people were freed of an oppressive dictatorship. The oppressive dictatorship of Gaddafi offered free health care, government grants for marriage and children and a free education system that put Libya top of the literacy league tables in the whole of Africa. The oppressive dictatorship of Gaddafi also left Libya with a national debt of between zero and five billion pound depending on what source you use compared to Britain’s debt of one and half trillion pound and America’s 18 trillion dollars, Libya had state owned banks therefore the Libya government controlled the banks this allowed Libya to print interest free money unlike Britain and USA there banks are essentially corporations that charge huge interest on printed money that is at least part of the reason that so many countries have huge deficits.
Team Great Britain and USA to the rescue “we will free the Libyan people” David Cameron told the British TV audience and as usual we lapped it up, “people are dying in the streets” David Cameron said. The disgusting British media celebrated his death “that’s for Lockerbie” Rupert Murdoch’s Zionist loving and propagating the Sun newspaper declared. “The people of Libya are saved” we were told, than Libya disappears from the news completely not a mention.
Weeks before the general election 2015 in Britain and the Libyan war comes back to remind us of the impact that governments in Britain and USA have on the world as hundreds of migrants drowned in a desperate attempt to flee recently liberated Libya.
The British voter and taxpayer should be asking a few questions about the Libyan migrants drowning, questions that the mainstream media will completely ignore as they will be too busy talking about some celebrities private life or rating how good celebrities look in bikini’s or something along those lines.
How bad of a state is Libya since the “liberation of the Libyan people” and the death of an “evil and cowardly” dictator as described by the British media for people of Libya that have families and children to even consider getting on one of them boats?
How much to blame are our elected government’s that insisted the Libyan war was a humanitarian mission?
Would this be happening if Great Britain, USA and NATO stayed out of Libya?
Were people ever this desperate to escape Libya under Gaddafi? Have we just taken the treasure and ran?
Independence, Kingdom of Libya and Libya under Gaddafi
On 24 December 1951, Libya declared its independence as the United Kingdom of Libya, a constitutional and hereditary monarchy under King Idris, Libya’s only monarch. The discovery of significant oil reserves in 1959 and the subsequent income from petroleum sales enabled one of the world’s poorest nations to establish an extremely wealthy state. Although oil drastically improved the Libyan government’s finances, resentment among some factions began to build over the increased concentration of the nation’s wealth in the hands of King Idris.
On 2 March 1977, Libya officially became the “Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya”. Gaddafi officially passed power to the General People’s Committees and henceforth claimed to be no more than a symbolic figurehead. Dissidence against the new system was not tolerated. At around the same time the Jamahiriya was established, Gaddafi authorized the execution of twenty-two officers who had participated in a 1975 attempted military coup, in addition to the execution of several civilians. The new “jamahiriya” governance structure he established was officially referred to as “direct democracy”, though the government refused to publish election results.
Libya’s system of governance during the Jamahiriya era was based on Gaddafi’s theories outlined in his The Green Book, published in 1975. Under the Jamahiriya system, political issues for debate were raised at local level around the country, convened by any one of about 2,000 local “people’s committees”. The committees would then pass their votes to a central general committee formed by elected members, where votes at the local congresses would finally influence the outcomes of national decisions.
From 1977 onward, per capita income in the country rose to more than US $11,000, the fifth-highest in Africa, while the Human Development Index became the highest in Africa and greater than that of Saudi Arabia. This was achieved without borrowing any foreign loans, keeping Libya debt-free. The Great Manmade River was also built to allow free access to fresh water across large parts of the country. In addition, financial support was provided for university scholarships and employment programs.
Much of the country’s income from oil, which soared in the 1970s, was spent on arms purchases and on sponsoring dozens of paramilitaries and terrorist groups around the world.An American airstrike failed to kill Gaddafi in 1986. Libya was finally put under United Nations sanctions after the bombing of a commercial flight killed hundreds of travellers.
A gathering of more than 200 African kings and traditional rulers, meeting on 27 August 2008 in the Libyan town of Benghazi, conferred on Colonel Gaddafi the title “King of Kings of Africa”. Sheikh Abdilmajid of Tanzania said traditional rulers were more influential in Africa than their respective governments.
After the Arab Spring movements overturned the rulers of Tunisia and Egypt, Libya experienced a full-scale revolt beginning on 17 February 2011. By 20 February, the unrest had spread to Tripoli. On 27 February 2011, the National Transitional Council was established to administer the areas of Libya under rebel control. On 10 March 2011, France became the first state to officially recognise the council as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people.
Pro-Gaddafi forces were able to respond militarily to rebel pushes in Western Libya and launched a counterattack along the coast toward Benghazi, the de facto centre of the uprising. The town of Zawiya, 48 kilometres (30 mi) from Tripoli, was bombarded by air force planes and army tanks and seized by Jamahiriya troops, “exercising a level of brutality not yet seen in the conflict.”
On 17 March 2011 the UN Security Council passed Resolution 1973, with a 10–0 vote and five abstentions including Russia, China and Germany. The resolution sanctioned the establishment of a no-fly zone and the use of “all means necessary” to protect civilians within Libya. On 19 March, the first act of NATO allies to secure the no-fly zone by destroying Libyan air defences began when French military jets entered Libyan airspace on a reconnaissance mission heralding attacks on enemy targets. In the weeks that followed, American forces were in the forefront of NATO operations against Libya. More than 8,000 American personnel in warships and aircraft were deployed in the area. At least 3,000 targets were struck in 14,202 strike sorties, 716 of them in Tripoli and 492 in Brega. The American air offensive included flights of B-2 Stealth bombers, each bomber armed with sixteen 2000-pound bombs, flying out of and returning to their base in Missouri on the continental United States. Clearly the support provided by the NATO airforces was pivotal in the ultimate success of the revolution.
By 22 August 2011, rebel fighters had entered Tripoli and occupied Green Square, which they renamed Martyrs’ Square in honour of those killed since 17 February 2011. On 20 October 2011 the last heavy fighting of the uprising came to an end in the city of Sirte, where Gadhafi was captured and killed. The defeat of loyalist forces was celebrated on 23 October 2011, three days after the fall of Sirte.
At least 30,000 Libyans died in the civil war.
To be honest I have stopped watching the “news” the last few days, why? Because I am sick of listening and watching bullshit, fear mongering, propaganda, fake smiling and more bullshit that the general election brings. The general election of 2015 so far has been a pointless, barrage of insults, stats and promises that the political parties are not even legally obligated to follow upon if they should win the election. The truth is it doesn’t matter who wins, we have no real choice, the four main parties are pretty much the same, they may slightly differ in policies, they cut a bit here and raise a bit there but they have a lot more in common with each other than they like to admit.
All four parties support Israel despite blatant war crimes and terror acts that our government claim to be against yet none of the four parties will condemn the Israeli governments actions, all four parties are elitist parties they are funded for by the rich and therefore they work for the rich, all four parties say they plan to cut the deficit yet none of the parties talk about addressing how the fuck Britain gets itself into one and half trillion pound debt in the first place, either Britain is being seriously ripped off or extremely poorly governed or both. “Its Labours fault” the Conservatives claimed “It’s the Tories” Labour respond, for a change they are both right. All four parties were involved in the MPs expenses scandal, Nigel Farage claimed two million in one year alone, David Cameron paid for a second home on his expenses and Nick Clegg paid for garden maintenance on his expenses and he actually spent £84000 in expenses in four years on his second home alone, these scandals were “all within the rules” but were they within the law? Despite scandals like this all four parties scrutinize benefit claimers and punish them with prison for over-claiming. None of the parties are talking about getting tough on the banks with regulation, Labour have mentioned it but Labour also began the bank bailout and failed to enforce more regulation as part of the terms of the bailout, not that the Tories would have enforced more regulation because according to David Cameron “over regulating the banks could affect their performance!” HELLO DAVID CAMERON, PLANET EARTH CALLING, THE BANKS GREED, LACK OF REGULATION AND POOR PERFORMANCE IS WHAT LEAD TO THEM NEEDING A BAIL OUT IN THE FIRST PLACE.
No mention of corporate tax avoidance, all of the big four address corporate tax evasion as a minor problem despite the fact that corporate tax evasion costs Britain’s government billions of pounds every year. They all support the war on terror but again they fail to address real issues, the British and American governments have left Libya in such a state that Libyans are risking their lives and their families’ lives to flee the country, would Libya be in this condition if Gaddafi was still ruling? Britain, Israel and America are fuelling the ISIS fire and if Libya, Iraq, Iran, Syria and other Muslim nations do have religious extremist groups looking to recruit frustrated and angry young men, surely our aggressive, imperialistic, war mongering tactics are making it much easier for these religious extremist groups to recruit.
The election is being fought with gimmicks, propaganda and insults. Important subjects are barely discussed and fresh ideas are non-existent, Green party do offer an apparent alternative but unfortunately for them and many of the lesser known parties they do not have corporate media behind them printing one sided, propaganda, some of the British media acts like a Conservative Party Public Relation Agency with the propaganda they print.
EPISODES 1 TO 5. Fuck the music industry, corporate greed, the education system, war on terror, David Cameron, Barrack Obama, Google, Youtube, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Theresa May’s attacks on human rights, News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch, Tesco, Walmart, Nike, Sony, Apple, slavery, and oil wars, cannabis laws, banks, financial ombudsman service, Mortgages PLC Glasgow, the ILLUMINATI, NEW WORLD ORDER, hypocrisy, government lies, Nick Clegg, BBC, CNN PROPAGANDA, child labour, work for benefits, workfare, corporate tax evasion and avoidance. 2013 DOCUMENTARY BY WOLVOMAN80 Volume 2 coming in 2014 FUCK THE SYSTEM AND SHARE THIS VIDEO
In 2006 when in opposition David Cameron said : “Bombs and missiles are bad ambassadors. They can build no democracies.” So why was he so desperate to attack Syria? You would think that David Cameron would be against British involvement in Syria, as he spends so much time talking about Britain’s deficit. The answer to why David Cameron wants involvement for British troops is simple, that is what the puppet masters wish to do, the lobbyists, the bankers and the oil companies. David Cameron has the job of trying to sell the war to the British public unfortunately for him the British public is waking up! After the wars with Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya ALL proved to be morally wrong and more like imperialist wars than a war on terror, the British people have finally spoke out and won, leaving David Cameron looking like a desperate weak man.
David Cameron did not take the defeat well as Labour sources say David Cameron accused Ed Miliband of ‘letting down America’ and ‘siding with Lavrov’ in an angry row before the Syria intervention vote in the House of Commons. In all fairness to David Cameron there are only so many shit products a salesman can sell before the people buying the shit wake up and realize its shit and so far David Cameron has sold the British people a war in Libya, benefit cuts for the sick, disabled and poor, cuts to public services, a rise in VAT, tax cuts for the rich, Workfare and many other stupid ideas and schemes, no wonder the British people are not buying this shit. David Cameron is a good salesman but he sells nothing but shit.
Former Lib Dem leader Paddy Ashdown described the result as “bad for Britain” and claims “Putin and Assad will be celebrating” he also said he is depressed and ashamed that he will now have to wake up and watch children burning on his television, Paddy Ashdown and the government are as usual completely missing the point on this, people are getting sick of wars for profit, lies and hypocrisy, some reports claim that over 1000 people could be dead due to chemical attacks by the Syrian government, although there is uncertainty on who carried out the attacks and even if it was the government that are responsible for the attacks missiles, bombs and guns are only going to kill more people and make things worse. Our government are telling us we can not afford to pay benefits to the sick and disabled and the NHS is to expensive to run, good news for David Cameron, Britain not getting involved in this war will save us millions/billions that can now be spent on looking after the sick and disabled who are suffering as a result of David Cameron’s so called war on benefit scroungers.
Looks like David Cameron, George Osborne and the rest of the Tory party will have to make do with murdering Badgers for now.
First Published 30/08/2013