One of many reasons why the establishment must be taken on

If this story (shown in full below) from Christopher Booker (not an isolated case by any means) doesn’t make every reader of it simmer with anger and righteous indignation then there is more wrong in the world than we already realised.

The lunatics take over the
asylum in ‘caring’ Britain

This story, if accurately and truthfully recited to Booker, demonstrates the state – which is supposed to serve the public and be accountable to it – is now dangerously out of control, having already long since asserted itself as our master and dictator.  It no longer seeks to serve, it seeks to control.  For the state to behave in this way in response to lawful and appropriate challenge to its self-conferred authority and unscrutinised decision making, is an outrage in the proper sense of the word.

The only way the state will relinquish the power it has granted itself is for consent to be withdrawn by the people so as to make it impossible for the state to govern us how it chooses.  Then power can be taken back by the people, as per the strategy of The Harrogate Agenda.  Seeking change through the party political process is a forlorn hope that will not succeed.

5 Responses to “One of many reasons why the establishment must be taken on”


  1. 1 Barrie Singleton 05/01/2014 at 4:11 pm

    Caring (in all its forms) needs humanity. But our culture, distilled by Westminster over many parliaments, is mechanistic. Mother, infancy and childhood are just ‘getting to school’ and school is just getting institutionalised for Mammon. Even in the 70s, industrial birthing was traumatic. And having closely witnessed ‘care’ at the end of life – twice – I want none of it for myself. Are you sure the Harogate Agenda is rich enough in humanity, as a PRIMARY driver? (I am but a student.) Beware mechanisms.

  2. 2 Autonomous Mind 05/01/2014 at 5:05 pm

    Yes, Barrie, otherwise I could not support it.

  3. 3 Brian H 05/01/2014 at 8:34 pm

    Clearly having lotsa paranoid ideation issues. Don’t cause a fuss when the whitecoats pry open your door, OK?

  4. 4 John 13/01/2014 at 8:00 pm

    Unfortunately, Coronation street and eastenders are probably more important to the average person than other peoples children.
    And, of course, the states social workers, who are mainly unthinking weirdos’anyway, are fully protected by secrecy and bullying.
    I can´t see this ending well.
    Let me see…water cannon are being purchased, and returning troops are being trained in civil unrest procedures.
    Obviously, some think corrie and benders are not enough..

  5. 5 Barrie Singleton 13/01/2014 at 11:58 pm

    Might we be unaware that we have ALREADY come to love big Brother? Should it be that we have fallen to that love, while believing ourselves free (note the accent on freedom in many BB utterances, and even the 9/11 replacement edifice) do we instil resistance in the young, or love for BB?


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