ALEX THOMSON – UK COLUMN: ‘Britain In Emergency Paradigm Since WW2’

09/17/2020

UK COLUMN: ‘Decisions Made Behind Closed Doors By Secretive Elite’

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ALEX THOMSON: ‘Crown Unites All Culprits Of Covid Mess’

Brian Gerrish

How is the system working at the moment in the UK?

I’m going to put the word fascist back up on screen because of course it was Breitbart with this wonderful headline: ‘Boris Johnson Has Led A Fascist Coup Against The United Kingdom’

I don’t think Boris Johnson has led it, I think he’s simply the puppet.

Covid is being used as the diversion  ‘wedge and hammer’ to enable this policy to come through.

So if we have a look at the government – who’s really driving it? We’ve got some of the components that we might talk about: We could talk about parliament and the Privy Council and the Lords – well the Lords don’t seem to be operating at the moment; parliament’s not really operating because they’re social distanced so they’re all at home. The Conservative Party, is that really working at the moment? Possibly. Dominic Cummings is certainly very busy. Civil Service: sort of working. Hedge Funds and Banking – I think we could say they’re on ‘re-heat’ at the moment because the banks of course have got their fingers into every bit of the pie, with the covid collapse and the covid recovery.

This was an amazing quote that came to us from a local Scottish Councillor who wishes to remain anonymous:

“During the height of cover measures emergency powers were used and local democracy was suspended – the decisions were made behind closed doors by a secretive elite and Councillors were excluded from the process.”

We’re very very confident of the accuracy of this quote.

Alex, Eamonn Holmes was talking about ‘D Notices’ and ‘emergency powers’ – have we missed something…? We seem to be in an emergency situation…

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ALEX THOMSON

“Well we’re in an emergency paradigm. And we have been for decades. Probably before the Second World War and certainly since it. And the British planning for this takes a more circuitous and more fudged route than the United States or certainly even civil law jurisdictions – they would just say the mayor commandeers the police and the council. Britain has dressed it up in terms of civil contingencies – and again without getting party political; I don’t want to get flak for taking the side of one party or another – but it is incontrovertible that this was under Conservative governments of Heath and Thatcher that local governments, with councillors in the lead, was first of all broken down into fewer levels, and then had its budgets taken away; and finally in the 90s onwards we went over to a ‘cabinet model’. A distinct council, or a county council, or in most cases people just having a unitary authority, now a ‘county borough council’ in many cases.

It’s explicit; and has been since the Blair era, so it’s not all under the Conservative’s as a civil service continuity plan really. Councillors are there for show, to be elected, but when things get serious permanent civil service equivalents at local level take the reigns of power away.

So this is the Scottish local governance following its own path. This used to be more transparent, perhaps less so now; but we do seem to see these things cropping up in Scotland more patently now than in other parts of the United kingdom. But this is of a piece with the way local government has gone for a pretty long time across the english speaking world actually.”

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Brian Gerrish

These are some of the people Matt Hancock is dealing with in this new organisation.

This lady [Nicole Junkermann] is fascinating because she was taking trips on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ aircraft. We’d like to know what other investments has Miss Junkermann got? We don’t know. We only know that she was appointed by Mr Hancock.

‘Everything’s changing’ according to Mr Korski.

When we look at our local council and councillors, they are simply not in the game. They are part of the puppet show, while these big financial corporatist people are driving the agenda and they say: Our whole world is going to be transformed.

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Alex Thomson

“Well indeed. Local councillors or members of parliament at national level often find that their election doesn’t count for as much, when they get into the chamber, as they thought it did; because there are whole rule books for even just the official ways to obfuscate and deny answers, and deny obedience to elected representatives – never mind the secret networks off the books.

You put up a slide… with the culprits for getting us into the covid mess – and what unites them all is the Crown. We may not be able to get down to the answer of who’s running the coup, but we can certainly answer constitutionally and historically who’s responsible … the answer is the Crown. What ties together all the nine culprits you put on the screen is that they have Crown indulgence; or a Crown charter; or a public or private mandate from the Crown, to do all the things they do; and they are ultimately responsible to the Crown from which they devolve their authority: ultimately from the Sovereign People.”

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