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What the BBC won’t tell about BREXIT: Decline of Britain since 1973.

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  1. Boadicea
    April 21, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    So what’s new? Long before I went to the LSE in the 70s, where I was told to ‘follow the money’ if I wanted to understand why things happened the way they did and were as they were, I had worked out that, while there might be ‘local’ wars, there would not be another world war. The Cold War, with its threat of a nuclear wipeout, didn’t worry me a jot.

    I knew, even then, that Big Business ruled and that they would never let their interests be threatened by the interests of any individual country or the aspirations of their people.

    Later, I understood that WW2, and the policies of the USA, ended all pre-war economic ‘agreements’. I am not condoning the colonial system – but it was as it was – and it excluded those countries who were not around when it all happened – or who were, like the USA, establishing an ‘internal’ colonial system.

    I understood that Big Business knows and owes no allegiance to any individual country, other than to the USA which destroyed pre-war European Economic ‘Empires’ in pursuit of its own economic dominance.

    So why should I be surprised that BB, and their owners, are behind the establishment of organisations like the EU which override the laws, national interests and aspirations of their people in their pursuit of ever more power, and ever more money?

    How we stop them, I know not. But I hope that the UK will signal the clarion call for others in the EU who want to control their own destiny.

  2. April 21, 2016 at 1:53 pm

    I’ve always known in a subliminal way that this is true, but it’s nice to hear it articulated.
    I just hope that people wake up.

  3. April 21, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    I think such conspiracy theories fail to explain the role of the cold war and the arms race. Did BB engineer those too? Was there any kind of coordination among BB players?

    Political instability after WWII enabled various powerful interests like the USSR to thrive but many failed to survive the 20th C. While others like China succeeded. Of course capitalism played a part in both but there was no BB conspiracy.

  4. Boadicea
    April 22, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Janus, I don’t think that there is or was a conspiracy between big businesses, rather that, in their own individual interests, multi-national corporations have followed similar policies of ensuring that there is no global war that might effect their profits.

  5. April 22, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    Virtue has many faces, Boa! ☺️

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