Sunday 21 January 2018

What goes on in Maidstone.

Yolande Kenward

Published on Mar 18, 2017

"A recording of my presentation on corruption in Maidstone, held on 18 June 2016. This shows some of the ways that taxpayers money is being misused all over the UK eg children avoidably in care and adopted, medical accident cover-ups, miscarriages of justice, fake bankruptcies, fake repossessions, politically biased police and election rigging.

"What goes on in Maidstone is going on everywhere. Council tax could come down.

"Maidstone Police put the interests of big business and the Upper Classes first ie they misuse council tax to ensure that the rich get richer at the expense of the poorest in our society because they refuse to pursue arrests of freemasons."


At 23 January 2018 at 06:41 , Blogger Kaivey said...

This is very interesting, Aang. I doing more research on it checking Yolande Kenward out. This is the sort of thing a lot of people would call a conspiracy theory because it's so crazy, but this seems very credible.

This is a crazy world. Do you know, I started out as an innocent moderate socialist, nothing too radical, just a Tony Benn supporter. In my world members of the general public could become politicians and try to better society. But the ruling elite are cold blooded professionals and can run rings around politicians. Finance has become so complicated now that the bankers say leave it to us, the technocrats - then they will take their cut, the lion share.

The Ruling elite have to be in on everything, and now they have the Royal Mail. But do you know, they're not happy, despite robbing the rest of the world of trillions via the World Bank and the IMF, but it greaves them that they haven't got the NHS because they think they could make even £billions more out of that.

That UK Column News article was good, which shows how complicated running government is and how the corporations have taken over. The Tories are the corporations.

I think it is time for the government to create public banks and open them on the high street. People should then be encouraged to transfer their money and accounts over to them, after which the government should remove the guarantee on depositors savings in private banks allowing the badly run ones to go bankrupt if they not run correctly.

Positive Money have some good ideas and so do the Modern Money Theorists.

Modern Money theory

At 23 January 2018 at 06:47 , Blogger Kaivey said...

Sometimes its people on the right who are making the right noises nowadays. There are a lot of moderate conservatives that are very anti war and despise the corrupt military-industrial complex because they see how it drains government money. This is a great article by Simon Jenkins of the Guardian.

Simon Jenkins - Britain already throws money at defence. Ignore this Russian red herring

The fearmongering over cyber-warfare with Russia isn’t about actual threat, it’s about vanity, history and MoD greed.

The Russians are coming. The terrorists are at the door. Feel afraid, feel very afraid. Give us the money.

Every year at budget time, the defence lobby waves shrouds and howls blue murder. With yet another defence review in the offing, the army fears it will lose thousands of soldiers, while the navy and the Royal Air Force fear the (long overdue) merger of the paratroop and marine brigades and the loss of more frigates.

Britain’s defence budget is one of the largest in proportion to population in the world, the largest in the EU and the second largest in Nato. This is unrelated to threat and entirely related to history. That is why each year no one asks what the nation needs, only whether it can “do with” less than the year before.

The army has only itself to blame. When Labour came to power in 1997 and the coalition formed in 2010, there was a chance to listen to collective defence wisdom and accept that Britain discontinue its aircraft carriers and Trident nuclear deterrent. They would eat money and serve no reasonable defence purpose, least of all now in the age of unmanned power projection. The navy and the RAF lobbied furiously, and a sceptical army said nothing. Downing Street capitulated to a massive distortion in equipment defence spending, largely at the army’s expense.

Last year, Britain’s second aircraft carrier was launched, bringing their cost close to £7bn, wildly over budget. Trident was extended. A sign of Trident’s lunacy is that the Treasury proposes to remove it from the defence budget altogether. It will go with HS2, overseas aid and Olympics legacy under the heading “vanity project”.

Britain’s three services should long ago have merged into one, so that defence could be viewed in the round, not as a derivative of mutual lobbying. Defence should be seen from threat upwards, not history downwards. Such is the anarchy that British taxes are now financing the country’s “defence” in no fewer than 80 overseas outposts around the world, chiefly as mercenaries to American interventionism.

The row over defence spending has nothing to do with defence, but with an arbitrary target, unrelated to threat, for it to consume 2% of the nation’s wealth. Labour’s spokesman, Nia Griffiths, who should be challenging this, merely attacks the government for damaging “Britain’s international credibility”. What is she talking about? Germany has no need of drone squadrons and nuclear missiles for its credibility.

A sure sign of the decay of the defence debate is the abstract language in which it is conducted. Defence is now a mish-mash of rightwing virtue-signalling, international credibility, influence, greatness, friendship and showing the flag. Tell that to the NHS.

At 23 January 2018 at 12:05 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, good post but...

There is no political solution !
(And never was ).
One day, and soon, political system will COLLAPSE completely. As the stock market will do.

Pls listen to old Sting's song :

"Spirits in the material world"



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