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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 17:09 #61

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@Chuck, fighting a company with a militant group is a bit idealistic, as I said above it doesn't work in the real world. Every unskilled job I've had there's always someone to take your job. That's just my experience. In Denmark and Sweden (I think all of Scandinavia) there are strong labour unions that do negotiate on the workers behalf but it's always in the spirit of compromise and that's why they survive. Unskilled workers get paid loads over here though compared to UK so it seems to work. Black job money exists too though but it does every where

Sometimes, idealism is the way forward. If the bosses have everyone too scared to act, then they have won and everybody may as well stop complaining and just accept the way things are.

I understand what you're saying, i don't per se disagree with you. I'm just yet to see a real life workplace where it would work. It's hard to get everyone to rise up when they've got kids to feed, that's the reality I've seen. With strong unions that survive it's a different matter.

Have a look at the recent teacher lock out in Denmark. That's strong unions giving governments the rope to hang themselves, public against the government wholeheartedly. I've seen it reported that the teachers didn't get paid, not so, I know Danish teachers who had a very nice 80% pay holiday paid for by unions that can afford to because whilst they might not be as idealisitic as someone likes they are pragmatic enough to play the game right and remain strong. Remain being there. Unless you want armed struggle but how you going to deal with the people that disagree with you?
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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 17:14 #62

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£83.5k in four days. :O Gives life to the term, "Raking it in".

I intended to post a response to earlier posts, but I suddenly feel it is important to announce my new project:'

RandomVision

If you send me lots of money, I swear to God I will start a youtube channel, buy a camcorder and offer you the following delights:

The Public's Voice (Random people provide me with lots of content for free by going on about what conspiracies they believe for as long as they feel like)

Topless Illuminati News read by top babes

Jock Strap New World Order News read by beefy hunks with enormous packets

I feel these would be preferable to being shouted at by an angry American or lectured by a pudgy middle aged Englishman

Looks like you procrastinated and someone already beat you to the job. (No need for babes & hunks plenty on the net already)


That video exemplifies the problem with people like Jones. He does have some legitimate points to make, but makes it easy for him to be dismissed as a crazy conspiracy theorists by performing his usual trick of coming across like a crazy conspiracy theorist.

He previously upped his woo by claiming Bilderberg is a "transhumanist death cult" based on a sculpture in the garden.



The sculpture does seem a bit out of place for a hotel garden.
Yet a quick look at their website reveals they market themselves as having art all over the place.
www.thegrove.co.uk/about-us/art/
I assume Jones is rather selective as to what art he chooses to perceive. And thus engages in his usual embarrassing routine, subtracting credibility from the central legitimate concern that Bilderberg should be scrutinised as any decisions made there could affect us all.
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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 17:20 #63

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He does have some legitimate points to make, but makes it easy for him to be dismissed as a crazy conspiracy theorists by performing his usual trick of coming across like a crazy conspiracy theorist.

haha!
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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 17:37 #64

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Chuck Random wrote:

That video exemplifies the problem with people like Jones. He does have some legitimate points to make, but makes it easy for him to be dismissed as a crazy conspiracy theorists by performing his usual trick of coming across like a crazy conspiracy theorist.

He previously upped his woo by claiming Bilderberg is a "transhumanist death cult" based on a sculpture in the garden.



The sculpture does seem a bit out of place for a hotel garden.
Yet a quick look at their website reveals they market themselves as having art all over the place.
www.thegrove.co.uk/about-us/art/
I assume Jones is rather selective as to what art he chooses to perceive. And thus engages in his usual embarrassing routine, subtracting credibility from the central legitimate concern that Bilderberg should be scrutinised as any decisions made there could affect us all.

Don't be jealous because he has a pretty truther girl in his video that watches his movies and agree with him... :chuckle:
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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 17:47 #65

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If you send me lots of money, I swear to God I will start a youtube channel, buy a camcorder and offer you the following delights:

Mike I swear to god if you make a video asking the police if they will be grooming the queens stool and make comments about English people living under the rule of the Royal Sceptre i will send you money with paypal. Right now it looks like Alex Jones is on the job.


According to tradition, the Grooming Of The Queen's Stool can only be performed by the Lord Chamberlain. This is why he is colloquially known among the Royal Household as Lord Brownfingers. After being groomed, the queen's stool is ceremoniously wrapped in greaseproof paper and dispatched by courier to a London council estate where it is publically displayed so passers by may pay their respects until it goes all white and crumbly like dog ones do if they're left lying there for ages. This tradition was initiated in 1376 so the monarch did not have to keep buying new outfits just to go and wave at some peasants.
The police would be greatly bemused at the suggestion they should engage in such an important matter of Royal tradition.
You Americans should really do some research on royal traditions.

Why do you keep calling me Mike?

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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 18:32 #66

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If you send me lots of money, I swear to God I will start a youtube channel, buy a camcorder and offer you the following delights:

Mike I swear to god if you make a video asking the police if they will be grooming the queens stool and make comments about English people living under the rule of the Royal Sceptre i will send you money with paypal. Right now it looks like Alex Jones is on the job.


According to tradition, the Grooming Of The Queen's Stool can only be performed by the Lord Chamberlain. This is why he is colloquially known among the Royal Household as Lord Brownfingers. After being groomed, the queen's stool is ceremoniously wrapped in greaseproof paper and dispatched by courier to a London council estate where it is publically displayed so passers by may pay their respects until it goes all white and crumbly like dog ones do if they're left lying there for ages. This tradition was initiated in 1376 so the monarch did not have to keep buying new outfits just to go and wave at some peasants.
The police would be greatly bemused at the suggestion they should engage in such an important matter of Royal tradition.
You Americans should really do some research on royal traditions.

Why do you keep calling me Mike?


Dear boy, Mr Alexis Jones is a mere brutish colonial lacking in all refinement. I would expect he has little insight into which spoon he should use for his soup. Indeed, I would expect he attends formal occasions strapped into a high chair, yelling furiously about how his Farley's Rusk contains female hormones and waving a megaphone as the Infowars nanny attempts to coax him to ingest a mouthful by making aeroplane noises as the little plastic spoon approaches his gaping maw.

You should refer to BBC Royal correspondent Mr Nicholas Witchell on such matters. I suggest you contact him and make enquiries regarding the queen's stool.
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It would be delightful if you would post any replies you receive here so that the matter may be laid to rest. I suggest you begin by advising him of what I have told you and seeking confirmation that it is true.
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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 18:35 #67

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Why do you keep calling me Mike?

Oh, i'm sorry for confusing your posting style for a famous truther who was politically oppressed by the sanctum Monarchy for not being a good boy and grooming the stool of a pseudo anarchist. He had to go into hiding under tor / proxy ip just to fight for his political freedom. Surely you can forgive me for making such a ridiculously random assumption Guev?

You are incorrect in your assumption.
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You are incorrect in your assumption.

Surely you could forgive me because i was given insider information while under the influence of Marijuana that you were famous.

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Give me your money, suckers 06 Jun 2013 18:47 #70

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I kinda suspected you were Mike/guev too Chuck :chuckle:
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I kinda suspected you were Mike/guev too Chuck :chuckle:

Perhaps I should just resign myself to some degree of identity confusion.

It is not as if it is the first time it has happened.
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Don't worry about it mate :chuckle:

(Mikes not such a bad poster btw if that's any comfort lol)
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Give me your money, suckers 08 Jun 2013 11:22 #73

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Alex Jones pulls the microphone away from Icke before he can call the Royals Reptilian's at the end of this video.... :nono: :killinme:

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Alex Jones pulls the microphone away from Icke before he can call the Royals Reptilian's at the end of this video.... :nono: :killinme:


I don't think Jones need worry. Icke is not going to steal his thunder when Ickevision launches with his space lizards routine. It will be like the only gay in the village in Little Britain; amusing the first time, but repeating the same joke endlessly simply reveals a dearth of material. Bringing Saturn into it reinforced the notion Icke struggles to come up with new gags. What he needed was an entirely new sketch. He has already got to the point Steve Coogan has, seemingly eternally bound to Alan Partridge and never managing to come up with anything to beat that character. and thus doomed to never break away from it.

Icke neither fits the deadpan style Leslie Nielsen made his own in Airplane, nor quite captures the twist on the classic slapstick buffoon style Jones has reinvented and mastered so admirably, drawing inspiration off performers going as far back as Harold Lloyd and the Three Stooges and applying a fresh contemporary twist. .Keeping back many standard tropes, so if ratings dip he can still up the ante by having Paul Joseph Watson slipping on a banana skin as Jones slams a custard pie in his face.
Icke also lacks Jones' grasp of comic timing. When Ickevision launches, he is going to seriously struggle to come up with anything that lives up to the side splitting qualities of the likes of this, brought fully to life by superb delivery and thus stands up to repeated viewings. in a way only Spinal Tap can compete with.



It seems that there is currently plenty of room for a creative new talent from the UK to shine and bring a brand new show to the table. However, indications from previous performances on the internet circuit indicate David Icke has little to add to his already well known knockabout surrealist routines and lacks the charisma to truly bring even this material fully to life.
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Give me your money, suckers 09 Jun 2013 01:32 #75

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Real labour unions are run by the workers to fight for the working class and undermine capitalism, not to beg the boss class for a paltry pay increase in a specific workplace.

Surely if this was true they would already have been supported on a global level by 90% of the population?

Real Labour unions would have long been in fruition worldwide over the last 50 years and there would be little poverty?

In recent history very large organisations that to a greater or lesser degree and invariably - as is always the case in the real world of imperfect humanity - contained flaws did exist. Indeed, many labour laws people took for granted long enough to fall asleep and for them to be progressively stripped away were products of their agitation. The boss class hates the idea of the working class exercising its power.
Apparently so do Alex Jones and David Icke. Simply witness their hysterical shrieks over anything that in any way may be associated with the very broad banner of socialist thought.

I watched a few of these videos from the bilderberg festival.

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Alex Jones interviewed on Sunday Politics.


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Well, the fund is already heading fast toward £112k and I have to admit that I am surprised at Icke's "pulling power". I knew he had a number of quite obsessive supporters, of course, but enough to flood him with this much money so quickly has been an eye opener.

Frankly, I see him as a Back Rider, really. All of his "work" is regurgitated New Age Thought stuff that's been out there for over a century and was done better by the original writers; other of it is only what people have told him along the way. And yet still he only has to ask for money and in it floods. Perhaps he's a bigger World Player than I gave him credit for.... although, for the life of me, I can't see why.
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if he undaunted be....". (Beowulf).

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Well, the fund is already heading fast toward £112k and I have to admit that I am surprised at Icke's "pulling power". I knew he had a number of quite obsessive supporters, of course, but enough to flood him with this much money so quickly has been an eye opener.

Frankly, I see him as a Back Rider, really. All of his "work" is regurgitated New Age Thought stuff that's been out there for over a century and was done better by the original writers; other of it is only what people have told him along the way. And yet still he only has to ask for money and in it floods. Perhaps he's a bigger World Player than I gave him credit for.... although, for the life of me, I can't see why.



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Alex Jones interviewed on Sunday Politics.


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wiow that is spectacularly surreal :coolio:
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