Revisiting a Guerrilla Democracy News editorial first published on Thursday 24 January 2013
DON’T BLAME POLITICIANS
(They’re only perverts, criminals and sexual deviants…)
The Queen sitting in the Top Seat
“Calm down dear, they’re only politicians…”
This famous quote which Michael Winner never said, illustrates perfectly why people should stop blaming politicians for the woes and foes in society. After all, they are only the middle management of a power structure controlling the world and have as much influence on the future of mankind, as does the average Joe off the street.
The German word Kapo, best describes their role.
Kapos, as in prisoners in Nazi concentration camps, working for the SS. Their job was to supervise forced labour and carry out administrative tasks in the camp. They’d be spared physical abuse and hard labour, provided they performed their duties to the satisfaction of the SS guards. They had access to certain privileges such as civilian clothes, more food and a private room. Their sole purpose was to cut costs by making the camps run themselves with as little SS personnel as possible. Nazi philosophy has always been to divide and rule, to play one against the other, victim against victim. The Kapos were pitted against their fellow prisoners in order to maintain the favour of their SS guards. If they weren’t up to the job, they’d be returned to the status of ordinary prisoner. The irony is that once the camps were empty and there were no more to load onto the trains, there was no more need for them and ultimately their fate was the same.
This is the life of a politician.
They are thrown a bone to do the dirty work of the top tier of the power structure, and once their job is done, they are thrown away with the rest.
Politicians are the least of our problems.
If you want to blame anyone for the woes and foes in society, you have to go to the very top.
Queen Elizabeth II… The Monarchy, the Crown…
Remember who the politicians, military and judicial all pledge allegiance to… The Crown, sitting on the head of the Queen.
This inconvenient truth has been made all the more crystal clear this week with a Court order revealing the truth of the Queen’s power.
After much stalling and manoeuvrings, 10 Downing Street were forced to reveal the extent of the Queen and Prince Charles secretive powers of veto over every aspect of British life.
Those in the know have known for centuries that the Crown has ultimate control over all it’s interests.
Politicians have been ordered to lie to the electorate to cover-up this blatant fact…
“The Queen’s role in Parliament is ceremonial and she has no power to interfere with Parliamentary business,” has been the aged old line.
“Prime Minister’s past and present visit the Queen once a week as a symbol of respect. They do not attend to receive their weekly orders. Don’t be preposterous,” they would reply if ever the suggestion that the Queen holds the true power is ever made.
Even after the truth has been revealed, A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman attempts to continue the lie: “It is a long established convention that the Queen is asked by parliament to provide consent to those bills which parliament has decided would affect crown interests. The sovereign has not refused to consent to any bill affecting crown interests unless advised to do so by ministers.”
To imply the Queen only revokes her power of veto on the advice of ministers is a blatant lie, to carry on the Status Quo.
Lets get it straight: The Seal of Approval is required from the Crown over every aspect of British and Commonwealth life.
In one instance the Queen completely vetoed the Military Actions Against Iraq Bill in 1999, a private member’s bill that sought to transfer the power to authorise military strikes against Iraq from the monarch to parliament.
The though of Power transferring from the Monarch to the Parliament, especially when it comes to war, is absurd and obscene as far as the Queen’s considered.
No wonder she admits to never having the time to read a book. As she admits herself, She’s too busy reading the contents of the governmental red boxes.
As Andrew George, Liberal Democrat MP for St Ives reveals, “This is opening the eyes of those who believe the Queen only has a ceremonial role.”
“It shows the royals are playing an active role in the democratic process and we need greater transparency in parliament so we can be fully appraised of whether these powers of influence and veto are really appropriate. At any stage this issue could come up and surprise us and we could find parliament is less powerful than we thought it was.”
Of-course that will never happen, but its good to let the politicians believe they have a say.
So stop blaming politicians. They are middle management Kapos, who are as much in the dark as the rest of us.
If you want to blame anyone, blame the Queen Elizabeth II. Blame the Crown…