ony Blair got a standing ovation
from the party faithful of fawning sycophants before he even
spoke in his farewell speech at the Labour Party Conference.
He said nothing of substance but, “thank-you, thank-you and
thanks again” and then went on to brag about his
achievements as leader. Self praise is no praise. The only
remark he made about his morose successor Gordon Brown was,
that he is remarkable. Blair was not about to let historical
facts get in the way, as he absolved himself of all blame
for the rising tide of resentment in the Middle East.
Osama bin Laden is now superfluous
as the mastermind of Islamic terror, because leaked reports
show that war in Iraq provides the new impetus. Bin Laden
can be killed off, although he died several years ago.
Terrorists are allegedly crawling out of the woodwork,
bombing their way to paradise and all due to the policies of
our government. This will make the next false-flag more
plausible. People will point accusing fingers at Blair who
will declare, “mistakes have been made” and the military
offensive is inadequate. We must send more troops!
There will be a crackdown on civil
liberties. Retina scanners and fingerprinting will be
hurriedly introduced. Biometric I.D’s will get rushed into
production and everyone will be screened in public places.
Police will get larger, more visible guns. They can’t take
any chances with all these furious Muslims running around,
looking to avenge their beleaguered homelands! Dawn raids
will increase against “extremist bullies” and pre-emptive
nuclear strikes will commence against countries whose
central bank is not yet controlled by the House of
Jacob Rothschild to the left
(b. 1936) and Gordon Brown to the right (b. 1951)
Jacob Rothschild’s friend,
Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer, IMF Chairman, member
of the Bilderberg Group and the Queen's Privy Council, who
gave the Bank of England independence and sold half of the
country’s gold reserves, made a rousing speech at the Party
Conference. He said he is not embarrassed to be Scottish,
but after hearing him advocate globalisation and the ‘War on
Terror’ I am.
Brown promised to be a servant of the people, who were
protesting outside. He wants to win the battle of ideas in
the modern world.
The Chancellor’s ideas are
borrowed from Tony Blair who must have been impressed by
Brown’s endorsement of his policies, and even more so when
Gordon said he regretted their lovers-tiffs. Brown wants
‘Britishness’ imbued into foreigners with citizenship
ceremonies, especially for young people. He wants to get
tough on them and make sure they attend school (boot
camp) from the age of three up until they are
eighteen years old. Brown wants all children challenged and
they must respect and obey his rigid rules and volunteer to
serve the country.
The issues raised were identical
to every manifesto I can remember, the NHS, law and order,
education, education, education… they
reformed. New Labour wants to renew politics and the way the
country is governed, in fact, Brown wants to lead the World.
He said, “We have climbed mountains” but there are bigger
ones to climb in the Hindu Kush and his moral compass will
show the way. There will be no safe haven in Iraq or
Afghanistan for anyone,
and nobody can be neutral or anti-American in this fight.
Global co-operation is the key.
John Reid (b. 1947
Brown says, “Labour must have a
soul” so they will need to buy it back from Lord Levy, with
interest. The ‘Google Generation’ has a personal
responsibility to change their attitude and that of the
community, with a common standard of decency, so he will
enforce strict measures against anti-social behaviour. We
must support the police and armed forces and detention
without charge, beyond the present twenty-eight days.
Parliament should make the difficult decisions on matters of
peace and war, but he will listen to the people, unless they
object to his proposals.
John Reid tried to outdo fellow Scot Gordon Brown, who
is accused of being humourless, by making his speech a
stand-up comedy routine. No-one is laughing. He said, “there
will be no ‘no-go’ areas for any of our people, who can say
what they like, where they like” unless they criticise
Israel, are Islamic or voice their concerns in the exclusion
zone around Parliament. It is one law for politicians and
another for us. Roving consultant Bill Clinton summed up
whole charade in his address by saying, “Labours coming to
power was good for the entire world.”