CML REVEAL ONE MILLION BRITISH PEOPLE GENOCIDED BY EVICTION SINCE 2008.
#TGBMS – HOW LONG BEFORE THE BRITISH MIDDLE CLASSES WAKE UP TO THE FACT THEY’RE BEING SWINDLED?
EXPOSING THE SWINDLE: IF YOU’RE MIDDLE CLASS & NOT ANGRY YET, THEN YOU’D BETTER START PAYING ATTENTION.
RM has written previously about how eviction is an act of genocide. Most right thinking individuals will regard Israel’s evictions of the Palestinian peoples and the violent theft of their lands as genocide but few will stop to consider how the British Establishment is similarly engaging in acts of genocide against its own people across these lands. Before continuing, the reader, if he isn’t already aware of it, should consider the contents of these articles – here and here.
An eviction is also an act of plunder, carried out by agents of the state, which in turn, is controlled by the Banksters – a provably criminal cadre, operating under the aegis of the House of Rothschild.
verb [ with obj. ]
steal goods from (a place or person), typically using force and in a time of war or civil disorder: looters moved into the disaster area to plunder stores | [ no obj. ] : the invaders were back and ready to plunder.
• steal (goods), typically using force and in a time of disorder.
• take material from (artistic or academic work) for one’s own purposes: we shall plunder related sciences to assist our research.
the violent and dishonest acquisition of property: the farmers suffered the inhumanity and indignities of pillage and plunder.
• property acquired illegally and violently: the army sacked the city and carried off huge quantities of plunder.
plunderer |ˈplənd(ə)rər| noun
mid 17th cent.: from German plündern, literally ‘rob of household goods,’ from Middle High German plunder ‘household effects.’ Early use of the verb was with reference to the Thirty Years’ War (1618–48), reflecting German usage; on the outbreak of the English Civil War in 1642, the word and activity were associated with the forces under Prince Rupert.
When we do not learn the lessons of history, we are destined to repeat them. Frederick Bastiat was an eloquent historian and philosopher who knew this all too well. He writes not of theory but of facts. When a government and its judiciary are engaged in acts of plunder against its peoples, the results, as demonstrated time and time again by history, are palpable. The facts are stark.
“No legal plunder: This is the principle of justice, peace, order, stability, harmony, and logic. Until the day of my death, I shall proclaim this principle with all the force of my lungs (which alas! is all too inadequate).”
“The Results of Legal Plunder
It is impossible to introduce into society a greater change and a greater evil than this: the conversion of the law into an instrument of plunder.
What are the consequences of such a perversion? It would require volumes to describe them all. Thus we must content ourselves with pointing out the most striking.
In the first place, it erases from everyone’s conscience the distinction between justice and injustice.
No society can exist unless the laws are respected to a certain degree. The safest way to make laws respected is to make them respectable. When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law. These two evils are of equal consequence, and it would be difficult for a person to choose between them.
The nature of law is to maintain justice. This is so much the case that, in the minds of the people, law and justice are one and the same thing. There is in all of us a strong disposition to believe that anything lawful is also legitimate. This belief is so widespread that many persons have erroneously held that things are “just” because law makes them so. Thus, in order to make plunder appear just and sacred to many consciences, it is only necessary for the law to decree and sanction it. Slavery, restrictions, and monopoly find defenders not only among those who profit from them but also among those who suffer from them.” SOURCE
We are living in such times. If any one doubts this, then they are not paying attention. The following image of the Tory Cabinet serves as a wake up call to any one who doubts we are living under a kleptocracy of the most obvious kind. Each of the cabinet members is a millionaire. Quite how and why each believes himself to be suited to govern over others is left to the reader to speculate but it is plain to state such individuals have no care or interest in the well-being of the people of these lands.
In the meantime, the masses of people are distracted by a sting operation which hits a number of men who are involved in the circus of distraction known as football.
I write at a time when the British press is agog over a series of sting operations performed by undercover Daily Telegraph ‘journalists’ on a number of British football managers and coaches. The secretly filmed episodes invariably reveal a world of bungs, hidden player ownership by third parties, overpaid footballers, inflated salaries and out-of-control egos. Sam Allardyce is, thus far, the biggest fish to be caught in the net.
Many have been stating for years that corruption lies at the heart of Britain’s ‘national sport’ and this sting operation is the proof of it: it amounts to plunder:
“The fragmented cartel of corrupting forces destroying the integrity of British football are making a fortune out of their systemic conspiracy.
Contacts within FIFA, UEFA, the bookmaking sectors of SE Asia and Europe as well as our cellular network reckon that between £6 billion and £24 billion was conspiratorially laundered via match fixing in EPL last season.” SOURCE
Some journalists have even claimed that this is a vindication of British journalism, a fine example of how skilful undercover sleuthing can get to the heart of the matter and reveal the inherent charade for what it is.
However, RM would have to disagree with that on the simple basis that British mainstream ‘journalism’ is wholly controlled by its owners, establishment figures like the creepy Rupert Murdoch, whose editors keep a firm grip on what does and doesn’t get published. Political tones are largely superficial, the Guardian is as full of spurious information and conventional opinion as the Telegraph, the Mirror as full of gossip as the Mail, etc etc.
No. The mainstream press is dead in the water. A dead duck, a pathetic version of what once may have existed but now is no more. Namely, investigative journalism.
RM is not one to blow his own trumpet and would hardly describe himself as a journalist. Nevertheless, the contents of this site do serve as first hand testimony to his experiences and insights. The research of others outside the mainstream provides the depth that is so blatantly lacking in the press and other mainstream media (MSM).
Perhaps the last truly investigative TV programme was the BBC’s ‘Rough Justice’ – a series that delved into the ever-fruitful world of Her Majesty’s Courts to uncover a plethora of miscarriages of justice. It so piqued the establishment that the Attorney General erroneously attacked its methods and the stalwart of the justice system, Lord Denning, even went so far as to state it was deplorable that the British justice system was being portrayed in such a light when it was crucial that the commonly held view of it as the best in the world was maintained at all costs, even to the detriment of those who had suffered gross injustices at its hands.
Such a view is utterly deplorable as it amounts to nothing less than an establishment cover up.
The investigative journalists who worked on the programme were eventually hounded out as a result of pressure from the government and the judiciary and it went into decline before disappearing from tv screens in 2007.
Thus, whilst it is okay to expose the dubious workings of the rigged world of the football industry in Britain and elsewhere, it is less acceptable to the controllers to use the same techniques to expose the nefarious activities of the elite – whether it be a chancellor snorting cocaine, a Labour mp engaging in activity with rent boys, systemic corruption amongst politicians and their expenses, the selling of arms to Arab countries, the genocide of benefit cuts, the murky dealings of the Royal Family, money laundering by HSBC or the effects of zionism and/or usury on the peoples of the world – so those investigations invariably do not begin or get covered up to be spun out like the Chilcot Report into years of fake scrutiny by the very members of the same establishment that is under investigation.
So, the Telegraph journalists use their investigative powers to delve into the murky world of the industry known as football but why do they not put said powers to a more pressing issue, like the fraudulent operations of the money changers? And yet, there are some among them who are wakening to the truth :
“ All these guys care about is money. They don’t care about society. They certainly don’t care about jobs and they don’t care about you.
OK, you might say, but this has always been going on. But it hasn’t. This sort of utterly amoral screw-everyone capitalism has become much more prevalent in the last 15 years. Our financial elite is now totally out of control. They learned nothing from the crisis, except that the rest of us were stupid enough to give them a second chance. And, now, having plucked all the “low hanging fruit,” they’re destroying the middle classes for profit.
Our current problems have their roots in the early 80s. While much of what Reagan and Thatcher did was necessary, the trouble is that they set a deregulatory train in motion which, over the last couple of decades has dismantled so much of the legal framework that protected us from greedy scuzzballs.” Alex Proud, The Telegraph
The Wells Fargo banking fraud is a massive story – one of fake accounts, fraudulent debts and paltry fines that go to the coffers of the Rothschild controlled Federal Reserve and not into the pockets of those whose names have been stolen and used for profiteering:
“Reality Check: How Does Nobody Go To Jail In Wells Fargo Case After over 1.2 Million People Were Defrauded? And Why No Matter What Other Crimes The Bank Committed, They Have Been Granted Immunity!” SOURCE
By way of illustration of the genocide and plunder that is eviction, let’s take a look at the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) own figures for ‘repossessions’ (evictions) for the UK from 2008 to the present. The following table shows that in those eight years there has been 262,000 evictions. Many of those homes will have been family homes.
If there’s an average of 4 people per household, that figure stands at around 1,048,000 men, women and children evicted from 2008 to 2016.
And on it goes – plunder and genocide by banking cartels and their puppets in government and the judiciary, all backed up by the order followers known as bailiffs and police, each of whom remains individually culpable for their part in #TheGreatBritishMortgageSwindle.
In every sense, this story is self-evidently a bigger and more important issue than the antics of those largely unintelligent greedy ring masters who play around in the Circus known as ‘professional football’.
Conclusion: the print media is currently unfit for purpose. All it deals in is gossip and superficiality – the age-old bread and circus game of distracting the masses from the more important issues. There are, by the CML’s own figures, some 11.2 million mortgaged properties in the UK, each of which has a void charge hanging over it. A void charge that has been falsely registered at the Land Registry.
As and when the middle classes wake up to the swindle, then said Land Registry will be deluged in a tsunami of applications for each of those void charges to be removed. The people will bite back, just as Bastiat says,
“It is impossible to introduce into society a greater change and a greater evil than this: the conversion of the law into an instrument of plunder.”
That is manifestly where we are at and the upcoming theatrical release of #TGBMS will go some way to redressing the balance.
We began with a quotation by a Frenchman, so let’s end with another (from a surprising source) which is as relevant now as it was 201 years ago:
”When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes… Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and decency; their sole object is gain.”
– Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France 1815.
In the meantime, this autumn will mark the release of a cinematic investigation into the genocide of eviction. To book a place at a screening near you, please visit this site, TGBMS.
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