Forget Russia, what about George Soros!

For at least the last year we have heard almost nothing but, “The Russians… this that or the other.”

The Russian collaboration investigation in the States has come up with nothing so far and there is little more than hearsay here in the UK. There is the odd talk of Russian bots, or of Ukrainian hackers, but we are more than aware that any good hacker would be covering their tracks very well.

What we know very well is that George Soros IS definitely doing his best to interfere with the democratic proses here in the UK, just as he often does in the USA, and in many other countries around the world.

While we should be wary of Russian or any other foreign countries interfering with our or other countries democrat prosses, we must not overlook the open and declared interference of a foreign national, just because he is a billionaire.

Iain Duncan Smith demanded Best for Britain, hand back the £400,000 (that Soros has funneled to them). He told the Sun: “He’s not a British citizen and therefore can’t even vote. Therefore I expect by tomorrow all decency demands they hand the money back and say ‘No thank you’.”

I think that the government should call George Soros before something like a select committee or the like and reprimand him for this interference and tell him that if there are more attempts at manipulating the British political system, we will put sanctions on him.

Remainers buying MP’s committee.

Should a campaigning group be allowed to give money to an All-Party Parliamentary Group that is looking at the subject that the group is campaigning on?

If not illegal, it certainly gives the impression that MP’s opinions are for sale.

The anti-Brexit group Best for Britain, in part funded by George Soros’s Open Society Foundation, has reportedly given the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on EU Relations “secretariat support” worth up to £21,000.

I am sure that they will come up with some very good sounding reasoning behind this gift, but you don’t give £21,000 for nothing.

The purpose of the APPG on EU Relations is “to promote a positive and progressive relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union following the outcome of the EU Referendum.” The stated aim of Best for Britain, (the campaign name for UK-EU Open Policy Ltd.) is to “To Stop Brexit!”

That feels to me like there is a conflict of interest.

Femme Feral – Feminist Fight Club?

I covered Femme Farel on this week’s podcast, but I felt that you really needed to see a little of this group to see just how out of their tree this group look, and to talk a little more about just what we can learn from them. (See bottom of this article).

Femme Feral, claim to be a queer feminist fight club where women and ‘femme-identifying’ people channel their rage through body-slams and dropkicks. But when you hear them talking and watch their actions on the videos of their meets… they are not in my mind feminist or a fight club.

“We want to destroy the Conservative government. We want to bring down the patriarchy.”

They are not, in my mind, pro-women or women’s rights but pro a left-wing communist agenda. They talk about wanting to “destroy the Conservative government.” The Conservative government has had two female prime ministers, how many has the Labour party or the Liberal party had? At the end of one of Femme Feral’s videos, you can hear them chanting “[email protected]@k you Theresa May,” repeatedly followed by a cry of “Die!”

They talk about wanting a “Communist Revolution” I have not seen many women leading a communist revolution either. Anarchist, Communist, mad bonkers, Conservative haters, is a better description.

Femme Feral event programme

Their events include screaming, fighting in “sexy” underwear, Spanking and a “Death Match” more fighting?

One of their posts from 16th October 2017 advertising an event, reads: “Your favourite feminist terrorists FEMME FERAL bring you a night of extremist political explosions in order to inspire you and all your friends to blow up the government. We start the fire with A *MASSIVE* THERESAMAYSMACKDOWN, then dancing and plotting and performances and some more plotting then hopefully FULL FEMINIST LUXURY COMMUNIST REVOLUTION at the end.”

Do they matter?

Well not really, they are, at the moment, small and appear to be just being silly. But there are a few things that we might want to take note of…

  • Femme Feral fight.

    They could inspire someone to attack Theresa May or other members of the government.

  • This is a sign of the growing degeneration of our society. Just a few years ago, this would have been done as an underground group. Today they are proud and out in the open.
  • We see that even here in the UK, the left are becoming more and more filled with hate. If you or I were to talk honestly about transgender issues in a civil, peaceful manner and out of love for those who are hurting or being hurt, we would risk being called a hate group. The left shout abuse and call for the destruction of our government and call die about our prime minister and they are a civil right group or just having fun.

One thing I have against Donalds Trump’s State of the Union address.

As part of Trump’s immigration policy, he said,

“It is time to begin moving towards a merit-based immigration system — one that admits people who are skilled, who want to work, who will contribute to our society, and who will love and respect our country.”

On the whole, fantastic, I am just a little cautious about three words, “who are skilled”.

It has been the way of powerful and prosperous societies for, well probably almost all time. Strong armies and nations have been taking property, land, people and even ideas.

In Daniel chapter one verses 3-4 we read, “And the king, [Nebuchadnezzar], spake unto Ashpenaz the master of his eunuchs, that he should bring certain of the children of Israel, and of the king’s seed, and of the princes; Children in whom was no blemish, but well favoured, and skilful in all wisdom, and cunning in knowledge, and understanding science, and such as had ability in them to stand in the king’s palace, and whom they might teach the learning and the tongue of the Chaldeans.”

And it is far more than just Donald Trump or even Americans. Many, many UK politicians have said something very similar. Even Nigel Farage said,

“This is why UKIP wants to see a Migration Control Commission – with a remit to bring down net immigration while assuring the right number of highly skilled workers from across the globe are able to enter.”

“Highly skilled workers from across the globe!”

So what do I have against highly skilled workers coming to Britain or going into America?

Well in many ways nothing, it sounds great, just what we want! But if you give it some thought…

Unintended Consequences

When you take an action like this, such a big and powerful action as, the first world sucking skills gifts and determination from what we used to be permitted to call the third world, then there are going to be consequences.

The law of unintended consequences, often cited but rarely defined, is that actions of people—and especially of government—always have effects that are unanticipated or unintended.

Short-term consequences.

There may well be some positive short-term consequences that may look like they would be good for our countries.

  • Increased skilled worker bass that employers can recruit from.
  • Companies, (generally the better off of society), able to reduce employment costs and make bigger profits and even, maybe pass savings on to customers.
  • Our economy may grow and become more competitive against those of other nations.

Longer-term consequences.

As well as these positive short-term consequences, there are other knock-on outcomes that we should think about. The increase of skill for our country is the depletion of skills for other poorer countries.

The depletion of skill and motivated educated people from poorer countries is likely to lead to these poor countries becoming even poorer and their population becoming even more desperate.

The motivated, skilled and educated people who we are thinking of taking from poor countries are the people who are more likely to:

  • Improve their own society.
  • Create employment for others.
  • Be motivated to bring political improvement/reform to their own countries.
  • Raise the economic state of their own countries, and thereby raise the stability of their countries but also provide a market for our good and services.
  • The creation of employment within their county is likely to motivate the population of that country to seek an education, employment, political reform and the like. In other words, we might say that this country is likely to move towards a middle-class lifestyle. Employed, middle-class people are less likely to get involved in crime or to become radicalised.

On top of this, there is the effect on our country.

  • Depression of wages.
  • The demotivation of our young people.
  • Resentment of migrants and immigrants legal and illegal.
  • Loss of a possible market for our goods, by the depression of the economy of the counties that we take skilled migrant from.
  • Increased economic migration because their counties had been impoverished by us taking their skilled people.

Please add to these lists in the comments.

Double Standards?

If Sadiq Khan had once touched a woman’s knee without permission in triplicate, he would be unfit for office. The media would, (well for now), destroy him. Yet you can be a supporter of terrorism and violent jihad and as long as you wrap it up in a little “human rights” speak… you are a hero of the liberal left.

What does this mean? Fake News?

As many of you will know, I work a few nights a week at a hotel as a night porter. This morning I was putting out the newspapers in the guest lounge and noticed this headline, “Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.”

“Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.”

Now I have not really had time to look fully into this article, but as I understand this, this is a quote from Sir Nick Carter the Chief of the General Staff. But what I really wanted to ask was, “What does this mean?”

“Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.” well, of course, they could… But when you put the word could in a newspaper headline or in an assessment of a military threat it immediately become a nonsense. Of course, they COULD,  initiate hostilities sooner than we expect. Well unless we expect them to initiate hostilities immediately. Vladimir Putin COULD appear on TV dressed in a pink leotard riding a hobbyhorse and singing I’m a little teapot short and stout… but it is rather unlikely.

“It will start with something we don’t expect”

“It will start with something we don’t expect.” The very fact that they have said that they… expect it to “start with something we don’t expect” has now become a self-cancelling prophecy, has not it? If you expect it to start with something you do not expect… you are now expecting it to start with that very thing!

One could go on, “we may not have a choice about a conflict with Russia.” We may not find a golden mushroom growing from the back of our heads in the morning either! We, of course, may not have a choice… but then again we could start to engage with Russia, a predominantly Christian country, after all, we have close ties with Saudi Arabia a country that morally and philosophically is very different to ourselves, (i.e. Sharia law). Saudi Arabia still stones people or hangs them from its lamp posts.

The West, at least a great deal of it has been sabre rattling at and about Russia for many years now. But step back and look at who involved in wars around the world at the moment. Who has been fermenting conflicts and supplying help and weapons to murderous, Christian massacring groups throughout the middle east for the last xxx years? America and the UK. Who is illegally in occupation of large parts of Syria? America.

Russia has not started a conflict in many years, America has not had a year without war for… I don’t know how long. And before you mention Crimea, you need to know about America’s involvement in the election of an anti-Russian government right on the Russian border. And as for the Russian involvement in the resent American elections… What actual evidence have you seen? From all that I hear, and I am trying to get a major interview about this for the Podcast… it is mostly or all fabrication from the CIA, FBI and Democratic party, through Fusion GPS, (the anti-conservative, opposition group) and Perkins Coie, (The law firm that was behind the fake birth certificate for Obama). But that is another story.

Not journalism, but jingoism!

To my mind, what the Daily Mail is doing here is not journalism, but jingoism!

Admittedly, I have not been able to read the article in depth yet, but nor will most people who see this paper. It is the headlines that will be read at the petrol station forecourt stand or at the newsagent. Leaving aside for now whether or not Sir Nick Carter should or should not have made these comments, newspaper editors have a responsibility, not to just regurgitate rhetoric, but to question and report. Even in their headlines, as that is often all that is read.

BBC News Website

Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK.

There seems to be a big surprise in the UK media that Donald Trump has decided not to make an official visit to us this February.

According to Trumps own Twitter account, the reason that he is not coming is that he is not very interested in cutting the ribbon on the new US embassy in London, and who can blame him. It does look like the news London embassy is just one more of the bad moves that Obama has made and Trump does not want to be associated with it.


But can the media really be surprised that President Trump does not want to come to a country where the media, particularly news and comedy have portrayed him as a… well just above an evil monster at best.

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the mainstream media have all played their part in whipping up anti-Trump hatred, and the members of the public who are suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, all need to face the fact that they are quite possibly a bigger threat to the UK’s economic future than Brexit or (or now), immigration etc.

There are plenty of countries including European countries where Trump has been accorded a bigger welcome and more official respect than he is likely to get in the UK, who can blame him for thinking, just maybe I will give visiting the UK a miss.

Nigel Farage calls for a 2nd EU referendum???

I think this is very interesting and brave if not… foolhardy.

I hope that Nigel is right in his confident belief that a very large majority would now vote for Brexit. If people are right-minded that would be the case… but anti-Brexit propaganda and lies would be very powerfully deployed.

Keep praying for a full Brexit.

Hagmann Report

Welcome Hagman Report listeners.

I don’t know about you… but I had a really fun time on the Hagmann Report on Thursday night/Friday morning. Doug and Joe are two great guys to hang out with and from what I saw of the chat room, the listeners and viewers are great too.

For those who following my Hagman appearance have signed up to receive The Red Pill Report Newsletter, it comes out either daily or weekly depending on what you signed up for.

I used to write quite a bit for the website, but internet access is somewhat harder at work now, so I am not able to research and post like I used to be able to in my free time. Given time, I do hope that I will be able to give more time to building The Red Pill Report. To be able to go half-time it would only take sponsorship of around £250/week.

For any that did not see the appearance on the Hagman Report here, it is from youtube.