Rule, Britannia! It’s Independence Day!
Never had to fight for one, ‘cos never shall be slaves.
Rule, Britannia! It’s Independence Day!
Wouldn’t know how to fight for one, ‘cos wouldn’t know how to pray.
The Dictatorship Of The Deprivation Of Natural Consciousness is not merely a 21st Century programme involving the digitalisation of society, but in many ways an historic issue also.
Of course governments have always desired to “control” the masses, or part of the masses, in some form or another since the beginning of time. For whilst government is a rational inevitability, so is the understanding that such corruption will also, inevitably, attempt to infiltrate.
The Amulet theatre building in the market town of Shepton Mallet was built in the early 1970’s by Babysham founder Francis Showering. Originally called “The Centre”, its purpose, apparently, was to be a central “hub” for entertainment, culture and the arts, in a backward attempt to ignite outside investment into the town.
Some “newspapers” will tell you The Amulet was built as part of an extensive modelling of the whole town. Yet in truth, this “extensive modelling” is merely thus… one pile of redundant concrete sitting directly on top of a sacred Christian dwelling.
Oh make no mistake, in terms of the extensive modelling and I quote, “of the whole town”, this three story megalithic lump of concrete is literally… IT.
Ironic then isn’t it, how the ancient Roman Amulet artefact discovered nearby actually turned out to be a FAKE.
The hashtag was invented on August 23, 2007 by Chris Messina.
Apparently it was a discussion and so perhaps not his whole idea. In any case he is given credit for it, since to which Twitter responded, “that’s just for nerds”.
Yet I would like you all to take a look at the famous hashtag. Does it resemble anything you have seen?
Indeed, the September 11th 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center. You have two towers and two trajectory lines, one above the other, going through the towers.
I would ask you now to read my article World Trade Center in order to understand what I am describing and how this post relates to the Dictatorship Of The Deprivation Of Natural Consciousness.
Of course, the hash number symbol has been in existence for at least a hundred years. However the hashtag, or the adoption of the symbol for mass social media conversation, was not invented until nearly the 6th anniversary of 9/11.
I thought it prudent to create a compilation of video footage from the 20th Century World Trade Center, in memorial of civilisation and of those who lost their lives.
Click this on screen icon for video list.
This playlist is intended to be an accompaniment to my article, World Trade Center, and therefore in respect of this cause, you will not find any footage here from the new millennium.
You will however find here not only authentic 20th Century video footage of the Twin Towers, but various documentaries including of course, Philippe Petit, the gentleman who famously tightrope walked between the two towers in 1974.
Tall and poetic they stood together, like as a man and woman, a partnership of understanding, a welcoming of collaboration, a marriage of 20th century western civilisation.
That is how I saw them. That is how they will always be remembered in my heart.
I was born in 1978 and am wholeheartedly a 20th century time lord. That is to say I craft my entire livelihood about an atmosphere of past century curiosity and freedom of thought.
I love Gandhi, very much India, I adore incense and Chess, I have more paper and pens than anything remotely black and square. In fact the biggest screen in my flat is only a 7″ DVD player and the other which I am typing on now, likewise.
Aye, you probably won’t find many post millennium movies in my DVD collection. In fact I know you won’t, because I believe civilisation itself died out, on September 11th 2001.
Here is an interesting supplementary on the topic of Celtic independence: Cornwallland.
Yes, with three L‘s.
Of course, at first mention it sounds somewhat flippant, especially with three L‘s in its spelling.
But there is a reason it has stuck by me all these years and only continued to strengthen its appeal to me.
That reason is love.
You want my advice? Don’t open the letter.
Why can’t they just publish it online? Who is handling the mail? Nobody ELSE is opening or receiving mail and so NEITHER SHOULD YOU.
Mr. Johnson has managed to communicate with us through the other mediums quite suitably so far.
Therefore, we the people of “Britain” demand to know why we are being sent unnecessary mail during a pandemic lockdown.
Is it because the government is retarded when it comes to using email? We understand vital EU life support ventilator correspondence recently went “unnoticed” in your spam folder.
Are you really sending EVERYBODY this letter, or is it only proEuropeans?
You see, Mr. “prime minister”, if that letter does happen to be infected, a very close friend of mine will die.
You have the virus yourself, don’t you? And you are going to send us this “item” at a cost of £5.8m?
I suggest you find a new job.
The butcher’s blood is of a red sea’s winter, his heart replaced by a pepper. Oh, why should some sing the hymn of hate, while others are crossed in love?
The sword in hand art only of stale minds, its name forever bluntened by God’s tears. Oh, rootless, you may seem, but the stakes you gamble are the lives of the pure.
~ Simon Jepps
A long time ago, wars were cast only whence good people proclaim witness to evil deeds. Thence we would fight together and with righteous power.
Today, wars are cast whence dictators proclaim witness to futures yet unmade. Thence strike a land in secret and with unrighteous power.
Ahura Mazda, peace be with thee.
“Suo Gân” is a traditional Welsh lullaby written by an anonymous composer.
It was first recorded in print around 1800 and the lyrics were notably captured by the Welsh folklorist Robert Bryan (1858–1920). The song’s title simply means lullaby (suo = lull; cân = song).
Cornissia, like the other Celtic countries of these lands, would be a dear Republic. That is to say, a country without a Monarchy or King and Queen.
A republic is a form of government in which the country is considered a “public matter”, its laws decided by a process of democracy and is not ever to be the private property of an unelected or hereditory ruler. A republic is thus the opposing form of government to a monarchy and has therefore no monarch as head of state.
The problem with “Britain” is that it has been conditioned for centuries to admire the regular parading of an authoritative figure dressed in gold and rubies, yet who has no say in political matters only the declaration of war… and even though this tradition makes absolutely no democratic sense.