Don’t give in: an angry population is hard to govern; a depressed population is easy

The political cursed ambition is easy when mainstream media manipulate and propagandise to our atomised society compiling of individuals and their tv sets! Corporate heads sit together and orchestrate their ‘monetary values, death-dealing policies’ above the pyramid of control and organise our landscape for us.
Our political timetable was fixed from the corporate ‘Rothschild’ think tanks, directing their bullying and furious expedition as a game of chess, to weaken the opposition that they control anyway and leave only one looking strong party available, the Tories.
Game, set and match!
These money worshipping, money hoarders, diseased wealth collectors own government by corporate private interests and politicians serve only the corporate empiriam and not us the people.
We are the sacrifice societies, loosing our planet to giant corporate plantation systems across her sacred lands, and loosing our economic livelihoods to the same ruling masters.
We may have a militarised society, Big Brother and deep individual surveillance, but we’re not the ‘micro chip’ people yet. We still can control our minds.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
Click here for more or scroll down: Don’t give in: an angry population is hard to govern; a depressed population is easynew Sunday 10th May 2015 at 11:17 By David Icke

‘Don’t let the bastards get you down – choose action over despondency when coming to terms with the general election result.’

‘Hours after the Conservatives were re-elected, the government looked at cutting access to work schemes for the disabled. You’d think they’d at least have the decency to bring some flowers before shafting the vulnerable, but no. Not these guys. Not today. Today is not yesterday. Today, David Cameron does not just have the political will to slash welfare and widen the wealth gap: he has a mandate.

I have spent much of the past 48 hours lying in bed staring at the ceiling, reading despairing, four-letter posts on social media and trying to work out how on earth this happened, as if anyone with half a brain doesn’t know. The political elites closed ranks and capitulated to a politics of fear, first in Scotland, and then across the nation.

The muddled, equivocating voice of what was once the party of the left could not compete with the merciless message of austerity telling us we got what’s coming to us. We know what that is. More cuts to public services. More inequality. More lies. More of the old Cameron doctrine with no pratting about pretending we’re all in it together. The same great taste, now with zero liberals.’

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