Thursday 23 July 2020


Journalist Philip Coggan has pointed out that -

In 1940, 20% of US homes had no electric light.

In 1940, 30% of US homes had no running water.

In 1800, 85% of the world lived in absolute poverty.

In 1800, no country had a life expectancy of over 40.

More: The 10,000-Year Rise of the World Economy by Philip Coggan.

'Monopolists' Brin and Bezos.

Coggan supports Adam Smith who wrote that a liberal economic order is to be protected at all costs from the partisans of  monopoly. 

Of course there are problems today - such as the instability of global finance.

Video on the New World order - 2012.

In 1800, the population of Java was 1 million.

Today the population of Java is over 100 million.

Life has got better on Java.

Java, Indonesia.

The main problems on Java include -

1. The 'West' pouring in billions to make the area more Islamic and thus easier to control.

2. The continuing spread of TB, Typhus and orther killer diseases.

3. The Pentagon's control of the top Indonesian generals who in turn control the 'terrorists',  top politicians and top officials.

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At 23 July 2020 at 13:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I once met Mandelson he reminded me of a cat.

At 23 July 2020 at 13:45 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pandora's Box - A long read :)

At 23 July 2020 at 14:04 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do all lines of investigation lead to Jeffrey Epstein?
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Jeffrey Epstein entertained Bill and Melinda Gates, Steve Bannon, Prince Andrew at his Paris apartment claims butler, who was told by estate to move into the pied-a-terre days before probe

Creepy: Randy Andy, close friend of Epstein’s pimp Ghislaine Maxwell, hosts Code Club at Bucks Palace, awarding pole-dancing BoJo friend for developing ‘Jim’ll fix it-type’ cyberbadges for kids. Please tell me I’m making this up! …

At 23 July 2020 at 22:58 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quickly saw the Bogor video was from some time ago, in fact about 10 years

It is different there now, many women wearing Islamic veils, somewhat fewer smiles than in earlier times

When the poor on Java are not working or trying to find food they are now often softly chanting the Qur'an in Arabic

Their old Javanese culture is being pushed aside by a Saudi one

Horrid to see those photos of Indonesians flogging their own people in Aceh after sentencing by state-approved Islamic courts

At 24 July 2020 at 00:13 , Blogger Anon said...

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At 24 July 2020 at 00:20 , Blogger Anon said...

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At 24 July 2020 at 13:04 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

On Henry Makow, an article on how Western judges and courts have become corrupted to serve the Soros New World Order:

"Mediaeval London Chamberlain Andrew Horne (c.1270-1328) wrote a legal guidebook, the 'Mirror of Justices', saying that late 800s Anglo-Saxon King Alfred the Great truly deserved his title, because he reviewed the conduct of judges, and hanged dozens of those judges who had betrayed the people.

As the West lost the sense of a higher law, the temptations of satanic power were swift. The temptation to bend law, has proved irresistible to judges across the Western world, and to the oligarchy of Satanists behind the scenes

Twisting the law, mauling victims via the courts, can give psychopathic, satanic pleasure. It doubles the wrong, as there is the crime itself, and the second abuse of claiming it is all 'legal'.

The 1789 French revolution fascinates Marxists and Satanists, because it was more than reforms or regime change. It proved that literally everything in society can be overthrown: Government, economics, religion, marriage, family, even ways of measuring and the calendar

Good things were also done in 1790s France - outlawing of slavery, more voting rights, the banning of torture and of slow methods of execution. But it was not long before things degenerated into satanic hysteria, with the 1793 introduction of 'revolutionary tribunals', where judges soon meted out death essentially at whim.

In Russia's 1917 revolution, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and Joseph Stalin, although disagreeing on many things, shared the same Marxist philosophy of twisting everything to serve end goals.

In a famous phrase of October 1921, Lenin said everything was a question of, 'Who will win over Whom?' shortened to 'Who? Whom?' Trotsky repeated this in a 1925 essay, and Stalin also in a speech in 1929.

Photo - Stalin, Lenin & Trotsky together in 1919

To the surprise of Israeli corruption expert Barry Chamish (1952-2016), he found that the Israeli Supreme Court actually ran everything there from the shadows, its seizure of power in Israel described by USA legal scholar and judge Robert Bork

Judges everywhere in the West seem to be increasingly following a cultural Marxist, George-Soros-linked programme as if they were chosen for that tendency.

Occasionally, judges turn up suspiciously dead. US Federal Judge John Roll was shot and killed in the street in 2011 after ruling against Obama. In 2016 US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead - with a pillow over his face! - also after ruling against Obama. Is that how they keep the judges in line?

At 25 July 2020 at 08:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the Internet changed the world and how you can receive and send information. Maybe those judges have always been corrupted. A majority of those judges are probably Masons or Jews, or both. The only way for someone to advance in this society is if you are controlled, or compromised. I can not imagine someone being extremely honest and a good human being in any position of power. It will never happen.

At 25 July 2020 at 12:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

A ton of munitions being fired as federal officers push protesters through the streets of Portland.

At 25 July 2020 at 13:53 , Anonymous Nixon Scraypes said...

Phillip Coggan seems to make sense but when he talks about debt owed to foreign countries,is he talking about paying for goods received or money borrowed? Without knowing if it's for something real or just magimatics with a currency label it doesn't mean much. I've been studying Richard Werner videos on YouTube, his language is understandable to the layman and his economic analysis is superb and unbanksterish, championing small to medium banks and business as the drivers of GDP rather than big banks that only seem to cause asset bubbles.


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