Tuesday, March 22, 2011


David Cameron wins support

The UK House of Commons has voted by 557 to 13 to support the destruction of Libya and the murder of Libyan civilians.

According to an ITV/ComRes poll, only 35% of UK people agreed it is right for the UK to take military action against Gaddafi’s forces.

Most Brits are against strikes on Libya

Most UK Members of Parliament voted to wreck Iraq and Afghanistan.

Voters believe MPs are corrupt, according to a poll

The decent MPs who voted against the UK action on Libya are (MPs Vote.):


John Baron (Basildon & Billericay);


MPs Graham Allen (Nottingham North),

Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley),

Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North),

Barry Gardiner (Brent North),

Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Hall Green),

John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington),

Linda Riordan (Halifax),

Dennis Skinner (Bolsover),

Mike Wood (Batley & Spen);


Caroline Lucas (Brighton Pavilion)


Mark Durkan (Foyle)

Margaret Ritchie (Down South).

New World Order scum?

Note that the Scottish National Party voted to bomb Libya.

The Scottish National Party would also appear to be part of the cover-up over Lockerbie.

Angus Robertson.

In the UK parliament, Angus Struan Carolus Robertson is the Scottish National Party (SNP) Member of Parliament for Moray.

In the UK parliament, Robertson is the SNP Parliamentary Leader and Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs and Defence.

Robertson voted against the Iraq War, against Trident nukes, and against the anti-terror laws.

But, he supports the 'no-fly' zone over Libya, which involves the bombing of Libya and the killing of civilians.

Robertson was born in London and his mother is German.

He speaks fluent German. (Angus Robertson - Wikipedia)

He worked as a foreign and diplomatic correspondent in Central Europe for the BBC, which is believed to be run by MI6.

He is a participant in the Parliamentary Armed Forces Scheme, which gives Members of Parliament experience of the armed forces, and which is sponsored by arms manufacturers.



aferrismoon said...

Will be interesting to note how many of those 13 get reelected , or perhaps find themselves in an article by the SCUMN concerning their private lives.

I thought it was war for oil but no, it's blood - blood, blood and more blood.

And those MPs will go home and explain its necessity to their children, who love their parents, but will go to bed confused, slightly traumatised and excellent fodder for future manipulation.

Only 13 Non-Satanists , and they call it a democracy

I guess Holly Grieg can see her place in the scheme of things now.

Apologies for utter cynicism

A13 said...

Maybe 13 is a good number and it's actually unlucky for the SCUM.
maybe it's noy unlucky at all...
regards A13

Anonymous said...



Ian Evans said...

"Quarreling over food and drink, having neither scruples nor shame, not knowing right from wrong, not trying to avoid death or injury, not fearful of greater strength or of greater numbers, greedily aware only of food and drink - such is the bravery of the dog and boar."

Zoompad said...

I am horrified! My MP voted for this - I thought he would say no! Thanks for posting Ang xx

Anonymous said...



Anonymous said...

I thought a quick look over recent headlines and stories might add some clarity:

EdF buys British Energy for £12.5bn

Merkel Atomic Delay Shows Fukushima Putting Europe’s Energy Goals at Risk

UK industry must press on, says EDF chief

Nuclear power support in UK 'falls over Japan fears'

Britain share nuclear secrets

EDF Energy media coverage regarding nuclear policy in the UK

EDF push ahead with plans for UK nuclear site

Britain, France to Share Nuclear-Test Facilities, Carriers


Mark Finnegan said...

Today is a day that makes me feel so proud of the white man’s culture. You know, that “western” or European way of war. That something we think is special in us that somehow situated us on the cutting edge of “civilization” and “technology”.

Today we clothe our “white man’s burden” with corporate imperialism and the soothing benevolence of words like “modern” and “market-driven”, and “inevitable”.

This creates the paradigm from whence we can sell armaments to and invest in cell-phone and cable TV systems for desperate, starving, captive 3rd world markets instead of focusing on irrigation, agricluture and local self-suffiency.

And if they won’t buy into our cherished dream of progress we can always demonize them suddenly, (there is always some disgusting loacl trait we can exaggerate) …“pound” them with Tomahawk missiles , so as to “protect civilians”.

Our alliance of the willing is a holographic projection of the desires of globalist billionaires, who are no longer concerned about the interests of nation states, or of the planet or of mankind.

We hide our imperialism in an array of acronyms that brand our aggressive cultural superiority …NATO, the UN…the EU… the IMF ….USMC… WHO…SAS…MI6…IDF…CIA…NSA…SS.

We throw words like “democracy” and “freedom” around though we have never known what they mean.

Our collective military stategy has become very like that of the torturors of the catholic inquistion, who burned people to get the devil out of them. They too justified themselves using similar words like”mercy”, “salvation” and ethnic cleansing.

Today, we in the “alliance” are like that nuclear generator in Fukushima. We were both made in the industrial heatland of America, by GE (General Electric). We’ve both been sold to globalist capitalists, by globalist capitalists We both used to appear like a splendid edifice, all safe and sanitary from the outside. We both seemed to provide a new technology full of potential and green sounding theoretical promise for the future. But we both have at our core a hideous smoldering radioactive evil that powers the whole system and threatens the planet.

I suggest we re-evaluate.

Anon said...

Many thanks for all the comments.

- Aangirfan

John Friend said...

Scum indeed. Politicians here don't even pretend to vote or act as their constituency desires, as is the case in the UK, apparently.

Anon said...

And many thanks for all the links.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Look on the bright side. (?) 557 to 13 is a bit better than Canada's vote, 307 to 1. Ridiculous

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