Leg-iron was thinking about worries the other day. It seemed simpler in the 1970s when we had to worry about the Cold War becoming hot and turning our mortal bodies into radioactive dust or more likely leaving us staggering around with radiation sickness, scavenging for food and medicine in a post-apocalyptic setting.
There were worries about climate change as well back then, but it was a new ice age we were to fear. I have heard it say that the last ice age is still with us, with regard to the glaciers in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.
If this is the case and the world really is warming up – but not for the past twenty years or so – then maybe the planet is just returning to a more normal state; the way it was before the ice age and man has little or nothing to do with ‘climate change’ which is just being used to worry us into accepting global government given the power through the UN to make everyone comply with “sustainability” measures to “save the planet”.
Leg-iron makes this poignant point,
Child abuse is illegal but still happens. It’s not new. Even the scale of it is not new. Most of the cases coming to light are historic, from years back. Nobody seems much interested in stopping the abuse that will be happening right now. It’s so much easier to prosecute the old cases.
He finishes with this,
I worry about what they’re distracting us all from.
Anna Raccoon has demolished much of the historic celebrity cases; she was a pupil at Duncroft at the time Jimmy Savile was supposed to be running around abusing the girls there. The whole shebang was probably set up to distract us from what is going on in the Parliament and other seats of power and influence.
Like that ‘lord’ and former MP, Lord Janner, whose dementia seems to have prevented a trial, despite the reports of,
“Children being violated, raped and tortured – some in the very building [i.e. the Palace of Westminster] in which we now sit.”
Apparently, a “trial of the facts…would not be in the public interest”.
Just in the Portsmouth South constituency, there are characters with an unhealthy interest in children.
Their MP for many years, ousted at the G.E., is “Self-confessed teen fondler Mike Hancock”.
It has come to this,
The Tory, Labour, UKIP and even LibDem group leaders in Portsmouth have all written to Theresa May demanding that the police take action.
As Leggy says, Nobody seems much interested in stopping the abuse that will be happening right now. Especially by politicians, senior police officers, judges, senior social workers and those who procure children for these poor excuses for humanity.
Last year, the adopted child of Portsmouth South’s previous long-serving MP, the late Ralph Bonner Pink, told the Sunday Express that Pink sexually abused her “and had her packed off to Broadmoor when she was 16 to keep her quiet”.
There was another candidate caught with low-level child pornography.
All this from one constituency – that we know about. I imagine it beggars belief what goes on around the country when these sick freaks get together, probably with their Masonic chums from the police and courts.
I reckon that’s why the masses are fed a constant diet of 40 year-old stories about faded celebs.
The Romans’ “bread and circuses” is again alive and well. We get our fill of distractions: celebrities, sport, fake news, unrealistic (mainly) worries and as long as the belly is full, the people remain docile and ineffective. I have noticed in recent years how people in the “caring” services seldom give a flying fudge about those in their care, because their salary is their number one, two and three concern.
Perhaps the “obesity epidemic” is due to over-eating because of all the worries we are conditioned to react to.
Ironically, the United Nations is interested in Controlling the global obesity epidemic,
At the other end of the malnutrition scale, obesity is one of today’s most blatantly visible – yet most neglected – public health problems. Paradoxically coexisting with undernutrition, an escalating global epidemic of overweight and obesity – “globesity” – is taking over many parts of the world. If immediate action is not taken, millions will suffer from an array of serious health disorders.
Yet the WHO and other UN agencies fill our minds with worries and order national governments to implement dictatorial laws: bans, controls and all manner of restrictions in freedom, whether to “save the planet” or save workers in the hospitality sector from breathing in secondhand smoke, thus closing many businesses through loss of customers, because scraping by as unemployed is better than breathing in a wee bit of smoke in well-ventilated venues!
And is it a coincidence that this “obesity epidemic” appears to be a reaction to the greatly reduced smoking rates? Let’s look at what happened in the ‘States:
Some comments mention that this doesn’t take into account the rise of obesity in children, but if the sprogs have
fat and lazy overweight and exercise-challenged parents, there is surely a greater chance that the children will follow their parents into being couch potatoes and fed on ‘lazy food’?
I have wandered somewhat from the serious problem of paedophile politicians. Naturally, this is an issue which we are not meant to worry about – but use our two minutes hate on the wicked deeds of those on benefits, decrepit celebs and the dead.
And why isn’t the whole House of Commons calling for an independent enquiry into paedophilia in politics? Maybe this is the biggest give-away to the scale of the evil?