Ancient Briton June 29, 2012, 02:51
james...thank for developing your ideas but they are just a long shopping list of vague aspirations that come to nothing serviceable at all.

For centuries we have been generating thousands lovely ideas like yours philosophy and scriptures and literature.... but what I am trying to wrestle with is why all these fine sentiments quickly evaporate in genocides and wars and the everyday realities of the sort of ersatz democracy and totalitarian capitalism that is spreading across the world....and wondering whether a more down to earth GLOBAL secular social democratic culture might actually create a better world for more people (including Jewish people) than all the fine words that have done nothing of the sort?
james June 29, 2012, 02:10
"Speak - it is our only hope" "Hope -
I’m sorry but I don’t want to be an Emperor - that’s not my business - I don’t want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone if possible, Jew, gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another, human beings are like that.
We all want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone and the earth is rich and can provide for everyone.
The way of life can be free and beautiful.
But we have lost the way.
Greed has poisoned men’s souls -
has barricaded the world with hate;
has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed.
We have developed speed but we have shut ourselves in:
machinery that gives abundance has left us in want.
Our knowledge has made us cynical,
our cleverness hard and unkind.
We think too much and feel too little:
More than machinery we need humanity;
More than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness.
Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost.
James June 29, 2012, 02:07
Obviously someone doesn’t like to listen and is more in love with their own ’intellect’ than they are interested in anything else. I’ve done you a favour: see next message.

Secondly, the definition of a troll (strange word i had to look it up) is someone who is primarily posting something in order to cause someone else grief or pain...this was not my intention although the, as i said lovely and inspiring, words above may cause some people some mild discomfort because it speaks to a place they either do not have or that they fear and that is very sad thing. Your thoughts, although sometimes correct, are often scattered and unsubstantiated but I must confess I couldn’t bring myself to read them all because it just seemed like you had such a horrible attitude. I’m sure you do have contributions but you come off as incredibly abrasive and are way to harsh on international jewry... ideas of racial fungiability are linear and shortsighted as is your sledgehammer approach that seems to lack any nuance or context.
Ancient Briton June 29, 2012, 01:23
Perhaps it would help if we asked ourselves what our world would be like if it was reformed to take account of Ali and Chomsky`s ideas as expressed in the interview?

Politicians have a point when they think of politics as the art of the possible rather than an intellectual exercise based around the idea that those with power will simply let an electorate decide things because a majority of them want it to happen.Public opinion in the USA and Britain has no effect on our governments because we live in virtual one party Neo-liberal states where global "market confidence" is the real electorate.

What we seem to be unaware of is that the average voter has no real political power at all today. At one time we could strike and disrupt society as a weapon but since the 1300`sin England the powerful have used immigration and the expulsion of working people to foreign lands as a way to disempower workers...and now our jobs are in China frankly no one really cares if we withdraw our labour. There are far too many people desperate to take over our job.
Ancient Briton June 29, 2012, 01:05
james...Trying to get a conversation about any issue on the internet is very difficult because younger people appear to think it`s enough to make some generally disparaging comment to give the impression that they have the critical ability to judge ones ideas....then refer one to some obscure link which betrays their pitifully superficial thinking.
What I detect about it is arrogance and ignorance combined.The usual sign of a troll .
If you have a sensible point then make it in words of more than one syllable or just confine yourself to watching children`s movies please without knocking my ideas.
None of you can say what you find so interesting about the content of the interview. Surely the interview stimulated some actual ideas ?
james June 28, 2012, 23:12
there are a lot of very negative and ignorant views here and that surprises me, especially considering the people in the video. we need a new global which fosters genuine and mutual aid. one of open hands and warm embraces, fairness, justice and respect for one another. i think charlie chaplin got it absolutely correct in his speech in the great dictator and there is a lovely copy of it on youtube so please have a listen - just type ’chaplin great dictator speech’ set to music ’time’ by ’hanz zimmer’. enjoy...i think these words are important and the music brilliant too.
Ancient Briton June 28, 2012, 21:57
Man`s immediate reflex is to seek a person to take the blame...and really and truly most politicians and other public servants are there to take the blame for a whole host of unfulfilled promises created to get people elected but with no hope of them ever being achieved.

Any political television programme will present you with demands for this or that action which has no earthly chance of happening ....and it`s time we were told that bluntly rather than carry on employing politicians at vast expense who in truth are simply professional fantasists and frauds....along with their journalist cronies who seem too keen to play the same game.

My guess is we would hardly notice if we closed Westminster and became a state of the USA or EU ...and carried on behaving as ignoring British public opinion and defying common sense entirely.

That`s why calls to "take back our independence" are probably unrealistic in a globalised economy where our politicians would not have the power to run Britain as a separate nation.
Ancient Briton June 28, 2012, 21:30
Democratic party politics is simple fraud.

The people asking for your vote know that the expectations their manifesto and speeches create are unlikely ever to be what they now call "delivered"......

....and if they are it will have little to do with all their preposterous political activity in a Bilderberger global economy with it`s own imperatives and problems.... few of which can ever get discussed with us....because we might say NO!

Since 1948 the subtext of most Anglo Saxon politics has been International Jewry`s determination that their precious Israeli colony prospers and remains able to dictate to our governments what they will do with our money.

No politician who even dreams of defying the imperatives of the Zionist "Markets" and the Israelis (and their perpetual CIA/Soros regime changes and wars) will survive five minutes in "our" Parliament even if they got selected in the first place.
Ancient Briton June 28, 2012, 20:18
Now I have to apologise to all the people whose integrity I have challenged with my slap stick political satire because our expectations of them are unrealistic.

If I had been as able as Clinton and Blair (I am NOT!)would I have unilaterally decided not to declare war on Iraq or not expand the EU for Soros and Wall Street or not de-regulate the global economy for Wall Street and Rothschild?

If you think you would have stood out against the pressure....dream on! "Leaders" don`t lead....they do as they are TOLD!

And even if you had resisted you would have found the Markets and the CIA and Soros and NGO`s and the Media suddenly "losing confidence in you" and RentaMob organising "opposition protests" in you large cities.
Ancient Briton June 28, 2012, 19:35
We are invited to believe that only way for the EU economy to work is for the EU to become one single political entity....a United States of Europe...which is what the financiers have wanted since 1945 at least.

Is it true?

Yes and`s true if Soros and Rothschild get their way...because they want one indivisible market economy with light touch global political oversight by folk just like themselves.

But if you let them create a US of Europe it will not be long before the mainstream media "discover" that the global economy can only work "properly" if we globalise into one political world.