A. Some of Britain's big bosses appear to have little loyalty to Great Britain.
In the 1970s and 1980s "a number of Jewish financial predators including James Goldsmith, Charles Clore, Isaac Wolfson, Maxwell Joseph, John Bentley, and Robert Maxwell, etc, made huge profits closing down allegedly inefficient brutish industries and throwing large numbers of people out of work."
(Terra Firm no.24: The Zionists' Rise to World Domination.)
Many British jobs have now moved to Asia.
"In Bangladesh young women are working for as little as 5p an hour to make clothes for ... Tesco while working up to 14 hours a day for weeks on end."
(6p a T-shirt. 30p an hour for shelling cashews. Supermarkets accused of exploiting women)
British banks have lent vast sums of money to dodgy characters in various foreign lands.
B. The bosses in charge of Britain's military and Britain's foreign policy appear to have no great loyalty to Britain.
Tony Blair acted as if the UK was one of the states of the United States of America.
He got Britain involved in America's costly war on terror, and its costly wars in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.
The U.K. has one of the largest defense budgets in the world, but this seems to work to the advantage of the USA and Israel.
C. Certain people in local and national government in the UK have appeared to be incompetent and even corrupt.
One of Prime Minister Gordon Brown's most senior cabinet allies "admitted that the priority for the Government in 2008 would be to restore credibility after a series of debacles over lost data and the illegal use of 'proxy' donors to raise Labour funds which could lead to criminal charges.
"We have to knock on the head the appearance of incompetence in the Government," said the minister. "You cannot do that while working next to someone who is breaking the law over party funding or records on 25 million people go missing." (Brown aims to dispel image of government 'incompetence' - UK ...)
One well known Conservative politician was Shirley Porter.
She retired to Israel in 1993.
D. The only political parties that appear to have the interests of 'the people' in mind are the Welsh Nationalists and the Scottish Nationalists.
The Scottish Nationalists, for example, want to save Scottish jobs and want to avoid costly foreign wars.
The British in Iraq
On 1 August 2009, Stryker Maguire tells us in NEWSWEEK that we can 'Forget the Great In Britain'.
Among the points made:
1. The UK's public debt may rise to 100 percent of GDP over the next five years, according to the International Monetary Fund.
2. Budgets will likely have to be slashed at the Ministry of Defense and the Foreign Office.
3. The IMF believes Britain's economic slump will be deeper and longer than that of any other advanced economy.
4. In a recent paper for the Royal United Services Institute, Malcolm Chalmers estimates that the UK Defense budget will be cut by 11 percent in real terms over the next six years.
Former Liberal-Democrat Party leader Paddy Ashdown has said the annual £35 billion Ministry of Defense budget might have to be cut by almost a quarter.
The future of Britain's nuclear force is uncertain.
54 percent of the British people say Britain should give up its nuclear deterrent.
5. In 2004, the the Foreign Office closed 19 overseas missions out of about 300.
6. Financial centers such as Singapore and Hong Kong may gradually take business away from London.