Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Cameron & black market nuclear weapons

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david cameron, our your glorious minority elected leader, before he became pm, on behalf of his elite criminal controllers, dealt in the purchasing of black market nuclear weapons


presstv: UK extremely worried about stolen nukes 

was dr david kelly murdered because of his involvement? he was used to check that the black market nuclear weapons were legitimate
was presstv taken off air because of their investigation of this story?
this story is two years old



[on a side note: why do people still vote for these cock suckers?]
[I deleted my last blog by mistake d'oh]
.:.

4 comments:

Mike Philbin said...

Cameron wasn't elected.

UK Citizens voted NO CONFIDENCE in politics by giving Labour, Conservative and LibDems NO MAJORITY.

Have you noticed this TREND of Coalition (UNELECTED) Government in Europe recently?

dognamedblue said...

true

yeah it does seem to be a flavour passing every election [everywhere] I guess it's just another version of the technocrat fraud
glad I don't bother with that particular fraud anymore

good & bad aside I did like that piece on democracy in the green book:
"Political struggle that results in the victory of a candidate with 51 per cent of the votes leads to a dictatorial governing body disguised as a false democracy, since 49 percent of the electorate is ruled by an instrument of governing they did not vote for, but had imposed upon them. This is dictatorship. Besides, this political conflict may produce a
governing body that represents only a minority, for when votes are distributed among several candidates, one of them polls more than any other candidate. But if the
votes polled by those who received less are added up, they can constitute an overwhelming majority. However, the candidate with fewer votes wins and his success is regarded as legitimate and democratic! In actual fact, dictatorship is established under
the cover of false democracy. This is the reality of the political systems prevailing in the world today. They are dictatorial systems and it seems clear that they falsify genuine democracy."

Anon said...

Good to see you back!

- Aangirfan

dognamedblue said...

I'd love to say I've been painting but I haven't, been waiting for paint to dry, never realised that oils would be such a pain