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Cameron and Hague meet end in Syria? Plus, Chulov flight from Aleppo reveals scale of Syrian Army success? Posted on August 11, 2012 by luikkerland.com |
Whatever history is going to say about the reasons for the political demise of Cameron and Hague, it will almost certainly put it down to unpopularity with British voters brought about by various unpopular domestic policies; this is, after all, how one explains the termination of Prime Ministerial and Cabinet careers within the Established paradigm. However, beyond the smokescreen onto which the grand illusion is projected, and into the realms of reality, I suspect that Cameron and Hague will come a cropper because of their failure to secure Syria into the hands of their banking-cartel masters.
Such a vision of the future is available and all too clear to anyone who realises that voters do not hold sway over British government. Instead it is the other way around. The Bilderberger types decide which of their pawns in the Westminster Triumvirate they want to put into a position whereby they can rubber stamp the conveniently enslaving policy being handed down by the unelected EU Commission, and then their minions in the corporate-media and the polling companies produce material that generates the desired reaction in the oh-so-ever-so manipulated British electorate.
It is not as hard as a sceptic might think for the ruling class to operate in this fashion. Remember that every British government after its selection is on a hiding to nothing in terms of popularity; Marxism is deeply anti-human, and has consequences that make people proportionally unhappy. Successive British governments, to secure the ruling class, implemented it more slavishly and determinedly as the 20th century got older – inevitably making ever more people discontented. Into the 21st, and many thought that Progressivism/Liberal-Fascism could not get any worse beyond the NuLabour government; how very wrong they were. The upshot is this: British governments are inherently always losing in terms of real popularity, and are only propped up by the communication of facts, figures and news that paints them favourably against, not just an Establishment-approved opposition, but also real oppositional ideas. In addition, perceptions in the public are shaped to believe that, not only is the official opposition not fit to lead, but also real oppositional ideas are unsupportable. If, on the other hand, the Establishment wants the official opposition to form the next government, all it has to do is withdraw the pit props; the earth will fall on its own upon the heads of the incumbent government. However, the Establishment is always on guard against real opposition that will overthrow it; real opposition never gets a look in.
As for the situation in Syria, there are a few signs that tell us that it is desperate for Cameron and Hague. One of them is the fact – as far as I can see – that the Daily Mail, the Establishment’s flagship propaganda outlet, has failed to report, in even one line of written journalism, on the Syrian Army’s success in Aleppo. If you are not clued-up, here is a chance to become so. What else, but a filthy rag where the main purpose is to pour out dehumanising, desensitising freak-show pornography, and to mislead a powerful section of society into self-defeating support for the Establishment, would fail to report on the important international news that the Syrian Army had kicked the terrorists out of Salahedin? Daily Mail readers are supposed to think that it is curtains for al-Assad – not for his enemies – and this is why that paper, just as if it were existing in the days of Nazi Germany, reports selectively to withhold vital information from its readership.
Another sign was the additional £5million stolen from British tax-payers to fund the terrorists in Syria that was announced yesterday. By the way, I am sure, like many others are, that this act is against the British Government’s own anti-terror laws. A contributor (#954) to a BBC comments thread pointed out the following:
William Hague should be arrested and charged with funding terrorist organisations under our own legislation:I don’t have the time to do it myself – besides which I don’t think that anything would come of it until we kick all the crooks out of all public office - but if there is any reader who would, in any case, like to assemble a good portfolio of evidence and present it to the Metropolitan Police with an instruction to investigate the Foreign Office, and in particular William Hague, this link will take you to the Confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline and a form where you can ‘submit terrorist-related information’.
For an interpretation of “terrorism” in our legal system please see: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2000/11/section/1
Moving on, a sign that Cameron’s determination to save his skin is as strong as ever was evident in an interview with Channel 5, in which he said ‘we need to make sure Assad goes’. We have always known from what Cameron has said in public that he has never been interested in a negotiated settlement between any real opposition groups and the Syrian Government – and he has definitely never been interested in the reforms that al-Assad has been introducing himself. Statements like this cannot really be aimed at the British public who, judging by comment boards all over the internet, by and large (as a majority orthodoxly perceive things, at least), don’t think that Britain should be giving material support to one side in a civil war in a foreign country at a time of Austerity at home.
Cameron’s statement, at least as I see it, should be seen as a message to his bosses, and when he says ‘we’ he is talking about that controlling stake in the British Government of which he is a part. Nothing, not even the British electorate, is going to get in the way of Cameron, using tax-payers money, and even the lives of Britons themselves, bringing the Syrian Government down. This should be disconcerting, because Cameron’s deep seated wish and desire is proving very hard to accomplish. In all his revenge-fuelled, hubristic, ‘flashman’ psychosis – an aspect of Cameron’s character that has become all too evident and has been written about in these pages already (and here) – exactly what lengths will Cameron go to in Syria to get his own way?
There is one sign, of course, above all others that tells me how the prospects for Cameron and Hague don’t look very good, and much worse than the corporate-media is letting on. It is the scale of the Syrian Army’s progress in Aleppo which, measured by the sudden silence of the Guardian’s Martin Chulov, is beginning to suggest itself to be very impressive indeed.
Chulov was embedded with NATO’s terrorist land army in Aleppo, and we have our suspicions about his role there. He has been routinely been putting out ‘rebel’-friendly propaganda – much to the enragement of some fair-minded Guardian readers in the comments sections – and we’ll get to that in just a moment. Chulov was not mentioned on Friday’s Guardian live update blog, as he customarily was each and every day before that. In addition, Chulov has not published a twitter (or whatever it is called) with his own material with respects to terrorist activity in Aleppo since 9th August. His last article, published Friday, was a retrospective piece that recalled events mainly from Tuesday of last week.