‘POLITICIANS come and go but governments go on forever’.

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PUPPET MASTERS: Who is really pulling the strings? Photo: Shutterstock


DIDN’T this recent quote hit the nail squarely on the appendage? As I have observed in this blurb on a number of occasions, the whole political masquerade is merely an illusion. 

Because we freely elect our politicians, we are under the almost laughable impression that we also in some way control our own future. Ha! Pure naïve bunkum.

We are all players in a subversive system implemented by the shadowy billionaires that are our true masters. A preconceived plan to keep us all happy and firmly convinced that our democracy and ‘freedom’ are so important to us they are ultimately worth dying for.

The truth is, the more chaotic and precarious our societies become, the more the money manipulators like it. Keeps us all nicely occupied ya see.

I was recently speaking to a member of the Home Office and asked him if a newly elected government made any difference to the workings of his department. With a barely detectable smirk he told me that, apart from a few small ‘irritations’ at the outset nothing changes at all, the department simply carry’s on just as before.

In fact, he went on to say that many new politicians are so inexperienced, they actually ask the department to advise them on what procedures they should follow. This is precisely what happens with the world’s faceless financiers, they simply carry on business as usual, irrespective of governments or politicians.

And they all cover each other’s backs. Remember the Jamal Khashoggi, embassy murder affair (which has gone mysteriously very quiet)?

Did you honestly think the King of Saudi Arabia, (family worth an estimated 1.4 trillion dollars!) would have his position threatened in any way by the actions of these assassins; even though, in my opinion, he almost certainly instigated the whole unsavoury affair himself? Why not? Because he’s in league with the true rulers of the planet – as any leader of that oil-soaked country of corruption will always be.

Murder means nothing to them. These people are a law unto themselves, an elite ‘club’ of secrecy and subterfuge who don’t care what government or dictator happens to be in power, just as long as they don’t threaten their own exalted positions.

Among the many disruptions to society these faceless few revel in war, it’s a wonderful source of income and keeps the participants thoroughly occupied and out of their hair.

They are no doubt also reveling in all the Brexit Bull…. which is also keeping enormous numbers of the peasants extremely busy. It’s all a charade and they the all-powerful puppet masters. Their aim is to make us fear life itself. They want us to hate ‘the other’.

They love confusion. They want us to practice aggression. They seek to divide us all. With division comes chaos and chaos is their greatest ally. And there aint a durn thing either you or I can do about it.

On a lighter note Ta Rah! I see the pests of summer are already arriving. Flies, mosquitos, ticks, cyclists, etc!

Keep the faith

Love Leapy  

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  1. Astonishingly, I agree with most of Leapy’s article on this occasion. I am looking just now at a graph in a BBC news item showing the percentages of English local authority schools in deficit in recent years. In 2018 it was 30.3%. This is because English schools are being so underfunded by the Tory government that nearly a third of them are now in deficit. Spending per pupil has fallen by 8% in real terms since 2010 while hard pressed parents are being asked by head teachers to provide money for schoolbooks and even for roof repairs!
    Now here’s the thing, Tory politicians actually think it suits their purposes to keep the masses less well educated than they should be. After all if you are a well educated privately schooled Tory government minister, this makes it easier to pull the wool over the eyes of your electorate. Or so the thinking goes. So Tories always cut state education funds. Always.
    Where their thought processes fall down though, is that many of the problems facing our society today are partly caused by that poorer education. There are many other factors at work of course, but poor education is one of the largest contributory factors towards the ever increasing wealth gap between rich and poor. This leads to widespread unrest in our society. It feeds criminality. It feeds knife crime. It feeds uneducated hate crime.
    Fortunately for me, I come from Scotland where things are a bit different. Knife crime there, for example, is going down while it is soaring upwards in England. This is partly because Tory cuts in education and social services are partly offset by additional funding from the Scottish government. Scotland’s more caring approach is paying off. Unfortunately the English don’t have that option – not as long as the Tories are in power. And I don’t fancy their chances with the current Labour party either! Leapy’s right this time. Politicians and the wealthy ruling classes have us in their grip, and there is nothing we can do about it. Austerity sucks.

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