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Time to jump out of the globalists’ pan of boiling water


AS I watch my children struggle to make ends meet, experiencing financial pressures with their energy bills, food costs, fuel prices – all those things essential to basic health and wellbeing and mobility for themselves and their children – I seriously wonder if we will be able to stop this descent into penury of vast swathes of the working population.

When my wife and I were much younger, and our five children were in school, I remember the mortgage rate going into double figures. Yet we were not too troubled financially because energy, food and fuel prices were not being artificially increased by those worshipping ideological idols, who proffer otherwise happy working families to their evil gods, burning them on their bonfires of sacrificial offerings. I had a good job, but it wasn’t so well paid that I could call myself well-off, and yet my wife did not have to work to help make ends meet.  Second-hand clothes and hand-me-downs were the order of the day, but we got by without sweating about it.

Now I listen to my children, who do not know where this will all end, worrying about how much basic household energy will cost next month, how they will afford to put enough fuel in their cars to take my grandchildren to school and for them to get back and forth to work, and in what ways they can cut down on their basic food shop. And they are not badly paid. Three work in the NHS, and their spouses have regular jobs. The other two are not in good circumstances, and struggle to put food on the table, and their homes are really not heated well enough.

On top of that, three of them were bullied into taking the vaccines, one on threat of dismissal from the GP practice at which she was training, and has since had a baby for whom I worry about her long-term health, as well as that of her mother and the other two who were coerced into take the globalist toxin. Such things were not a concern in former years, before the globalist cabal took control of the minds (and wallets) of our politicians.

These are common problems, and are forecast to get worse with every proclamation from the likes of the condescending Hunt and placeman Sunak. And yet the major parties still seem to hold the interest of the general public. I read public comments on many media outlets, and most people still bicker about one party versus another party, as if it is some kind of one-upmanship game they are playing, without realising they are just giving oxygen to those who should be totally deprived of all atmospheric sustenance.

We are being deliberately driven into a fenced dead end, herded into a giant stall marked ‘inconvenient and disposable’, yet it appears that too many people do not realise it. It seems as if the past couple of decades have seen the population of the West being placed in a cauldron and the water being gently heated until we all become sleepy and unaware of what is happening around us; and now the water is beginning to boil.

But we can still do something about it. We can withhold our votes from all the major parties. We can vote for an emergent right-of-centre party, one which rejects the authoritarian sect, the globalist mantras of open borders, catastrophic climate change, Net Zero, digital currency, mRNA technology vaccines, the end of free movement, demonisation and cancellation of the voices of challenge and dissent, and the end of any form of national history, pride and identity.

The vast majority of our current parliamentary politicians are overwhelmingly self-serving, dishonest, frequently stupid and conveniently ill-informed, weak and cowardly beings who often appear to have intellectual capabilities lower than those of the insects they would have us eating. It is time for a political revolution to rid ourselves of these leeches who care not a jot for their constituents, and appear to have their minds on their own long-term benefits. 

If we don’t use the next general election to make a revolutionary political change there will be no second chance. The water is nearly boiling, and it’s time to jump out or be cooked.

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John Hale
John Hale
A semi-retired would-be poet, with a keen interest in politics and a love of the countryside, over 35 years of world-wide business development experience, and most importantly nine grandchildren. His substack, Driving Out the Money Changers, is here.

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