posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:00 AM
i feel this is part of a wider agenda of camerons by cozying up to merkel at the recent conference. this ties in with beefing up cyber-security (eu
wide) as well as attempting to change the perceptions of the public at large. this 'big society' he is touting is falling apart at the seams as i
type. i read yesterday on the bbc website that a certain county council in liverpool is withdrawing from this movement as it has no funds to implement
this agenda and stated that with all the funding cuts pushed on the voluntary sector, the whole 'big society' idea is being construed as a big
with regards to multiculturalism, i believe it was encouraged after the second world war. it has however existed here for many hundreds of years with
immigrants coming from many locations. the doublespeak as one poster put it says more about the agenda they hold. i could take what cameron said and
simply say on the face of it he could be inciting intolerance. i find it sad that he has initiated this agenda where the majority of law abiding
immigrants in this country are now under a form of duress.
mr cameron would not have had to start this belief of his had he put the welfare of the population before the instructions of his bosses. i feel the
timing is also important with regards to what is happening in the arab states.
a global arab awakening running in parallel (and eventually at odds) with a global political awakening. chess pieces are being moved and the west imo
will attempt to keep their foothold in these areas at all costs.
by influencing the masses in the uk watching tv to scrutinize their own country and values, i feel it distracts all from looking at the global
situation as a whole.
another point i would like to mention regarding camerons beliefs is it seems he is happy enough to state the peoples of egypt are free to protest and
that their human rights must be respected whereas on the other hand look at the protests that happened here and his silence on this spoke volumes. he
also stated that he had a problem with the human rights charter and was looking into amending or repealing elements of it.
whiffs of hypocrisy come my way every time i see the 'world leaders' on pulpits.
i do feel all this is relevant to this thread.
keep everyone suspicious and in a constant state of directionless vigilance and you have a social control mechanism similar to what post war east
germany and the ussr implemented.
watch for the signs of this whichever side of the fence you stand on.