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From the Teletext Web site dated April 1, 2003 this piece of news:


Anti-war Labour MP George Galloway has urged British soldiers to refuse to obey "illegal orders" because the war in Iraq "is illegal."

The Glasgow Kelvin MP made the comments while defending an interview he gave for Abu Dhabi TV.

In the interview he had questioned why Arab countries were still selling oil to the coalition forces and had branded Tony Blair and George Bush as "wolves."

Editor's note: MP Galloway should be honored for his courage to state this information instead of being chastised.
NESARA (National Economic Security And Reformation Act) is an attempt to take over the USA by the UK using fear and greed. What is interesting is the UK does not even know that it is just being manipulated also. We should look to the owner of the Deustche Bank for the real manipulator.
Provided by Patricia Johnson-Holm
Editor's note: As of January 12, 2004, this Act has not been introduced into Congress. Let's keep it that way.
The first thing Blair did on coming to power was to scrap clause 4 of the Labour party constitution committing it to public ownership thereby DIRECTLY removing the party from its Fabian roots as laid out in the manifesto I posted earlier.* Having Blair as a member of the Fabian Society is exactly like Henry Kissinger getting the Nobel
Peace prize. Blair was chosen to END socialism in Britain, not promote it.

His real political mentor and the "man" who runs the Labour Party is a piece of indescribable low life called Peter Mandlesson, a member of a CIA front organisation called BAPSG. Not a Socialist scale on his slimy skin. It is significant that Mandlesson is a homosexual and many fingers have been pointed at Blair, Brown et al. A cabal in other words. like Burgess, McLean, Blunt etc.

Blair pulled off the BIG LIE to get elected, a complete CIA political coup of breathtaking audacity.

Source: G. Edward Griffen

*See manifesto here:
"The Society was actually formed on October 24th. 1883. When the members got around to recording their aims in 1887 they read as follows:

The Fabian Society consists of Socialists.

It therefore aims at the reorganisation of Society by the emancipation of Land and Industrial Capital from individual and class ownership. In this way only can the natural and acquired advantages of the country be equitably shared by the whole people.

The Society accordingly works for the extinction of private property in Land and of the consequent individual appropriation, in the form of Rent, of the price paid for permission to use the earth, as well as for the advantages of superior soils and sites."

It carries on further but this part shows how in these early days of Socialism there was an undisputed belief in the necessity of having public ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange. The only dispute among Socialists was whether any compensation would be paid.

In the early days there was no Labour Party, and the Fabian Society set out to lobby the existing parties, publishing Fabian Tracts written by authors who included George Bernard Shaw and Sidney and Beatrice Webb. In 1886 however the Society decided at a stormy meeting that Socialists should organise themselves as a political party and try to win seats in Parliament. They sent delegates to the meeting at Bradford in January 1893 of a variety of Socialist and Labour groups which culminated in the formation of the Independent Labour Party (ILP). Neither the Fabian Society or the other main Socialist group, the Social Democratic Federation, were merged into the ILP but continued a separate existence. The Fabian Society did, however, support the ILP strongly by supplying political ammunition for the fight against reactionaries. I suppose they were the 'think tank' of the Socialist movement, a role they still have."

Editor's note: The Fabian Society must be Tony Blair's cover, because he is a member of the Bilderbergs which is anything but desirous of perpetuating equality for the people of Great Britain.


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