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CH86
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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby CH86 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:04 pm

John wrote:** 17-Jun-2019 Vindication

....Winston Churchill did better when his predictions came true, but he
was powerful and wealthy, whereas I'm a nobody. After Churchill's
predictions came true, he became prime minister and "saved the world."
When the war ended, he was still hated so much that he lost the
election in his own district.....


Sorry you globalist scum who post here but Winston Churchill was thrown out as well as the rest of the ruling British conservative party shortly after VE day because the ruling British conservatives ( and not just Churchill, his two predecessors Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain also were from the same party and advanced the same fundamental policy of confronting Germany to the end, they simply thought naively that the Germans would back down peacefully) refused to hold elections since 1935. So during the entire period of the pre-run up, the run-up to ww2 itself and finally during the war itself the British government blatantly ignored its own laws and refused to hold elections on how to conduct policy. Your Damn straight that the British people threw the bums out in July 1945, going 10 years without an election that normally occurs every 2 years roughly and then when the ruling party finally accomplishes irrevocably its longstanding geopolitical goal, the government has the nerve to go "we respect the democratic processes and that distinguishes us from the enemy, now lets have an election" after 10 years of stonewalling on the subject and. Face it John, Face it Fishdude, you guys HATE democracy. Parliament went for 10 years of ignoring the people and implementing IT'S preferences especially during those momentous events. The British Government violated the citizenry's rights, contrary the popular belief chamberlain did NOT hold elections after Munich 1938 Nor when Churchill came to the fore when Hitler invaded france, he wasn't elected either Parliament selected him, the November 1935 elected government by law had to turn over by November 1940 at the latest, Parliament simply ignored the law. Face it globalists; You like tyranny.

Note: Regarding Britain my further research indicates that the UK government used this illegal governing method twice during the first half of the 20th century. The sitting parliament in Britain during 1914 was supposed to expire and turn over by law in 1915, Yet the law was blatantly violated.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby John » Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:51 pm

** 17-Jun-2019 World View: Tribal violence surges in DR Congo's Ebola region

The World Health Organization (WHO) has decided that it's not yet the
time to declare a "global health emergency" over the Ebola outbreak in
eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), in North Kivu and Ituri
provinces. The numbers of Ebola cases and deaths continue to grow,
but Ebola is still confined to the two DRC provinces, and has not
threatened other countries.

There was a Ugandan family that attended a DRC funeral and contracted
Ebola before returning to Uganda, but they were transported back to
DRC, so there are no longer any confirmed cases of Ebola in Uganda.

Over the weekend, there were stories of a woman in Kenya, having
traveled from the DRC-Uganda border, who was suffering from
hemorrhagic fever who was suspected of having contracted Ebola, but
those stories turned out to be a false alarm.

The main obstacle that WHO and other medical NGOs have faced is that
the Ebola outbreak is occurring in a tribal war zone, involving a
number of warring tribes. These tribal fighters prevent the medical
workers from doing their jobs, and the medical workers are sometimes
even attacked and killed by tribal fighters.

The tribal warfare surged again during the last two weeks in Ituri
province. The Lendu and Hema tribes had a surge of warfare, with the
result that 40 villages were burned to the group, and more than
100,000 people were forced to flee the violence. On Friday and
Saturday alone, 6,000 people arrived at a single refugee camp.

Image
    Refugee camp in Ituri province, DRC. UN refugee camps are at
    over 100% of capacity.

In the current resurgence of Lendu-Hema violence, there have been 161
bodies found so far in one location, following 200 bodies found last
week in another location.

Ituri province is rich in gold and diamonds. The Lendu and Hema
tribes fought a major tribal war from 1999-2007, resulting in an
estimated 50,000 deaths. Violence is growing again during the
generational Awakening era.

Image
    Map of Ituri province showing locations of Ebola
    cases

Ituri is a very large province. There's no good news in this
situation, but the only thing that comes close is that the new
resurgence of violence occurred in Bunia, which is in the farthest
northeast region of Ituri province, far from the major sites of the
Ebola outbreak, which are in central Ituri.

One of the interesting things about the media coverage of the conflict
is that the media are regularly referring to the Hema as cattle
herders and the Lendu as farmers. I've been writing about the
conflict between herders and farmers for years -- in Darfur, in South
Sudan, in Nigeria, in Central African Republic, in Mali, and so forth
-- but this is the first time I've seen the mainstream media emphasize
it.

I have the feeling that this farmer vs herder violence is surging in a
number of different places, and that most of the countries in the
northern portion of black Africa are forming some kind of giant
conflict, that could grow over the next few years, and become
especially serious because of the Ebola outbreak. This is just a
feeling that I can't (yet) back up with figures, but there's
definitely something going on.


----- Sources:

-- Ebola outbreak in Congo still not a public health emergency of
international concern
https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/14/health/e ... index.html
(CNN, 14-Jun-2019)


-- Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo: Disease
outbreak news, 13 June 2019
https://reliefweb.int/report/democratic ... utbreak-54
(ReliefWeb, 13-Jun-2019)

-- Epidemiological update: Ebola virus disease outbreak in North Kivu
and Ituri Provinces, Democratic Republic of the Congo
https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/news-even ... -disease-o
(European CDC, 13-Jun-2019)


-- Ituri / Fighting kills at least 50 eastern DR Congo: governor
https://www.modernghana.com/news/938812 ... ernor.html
(AP, 14-Jun-2019)

-- Kenya patient free of Ebola, as Congo, Uganda fight outbreak
https://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory ... s-63756299
(AP, 17-Jun-2019)

-- Uganda steps up Ebola testing
http://en.rfi.fr/africa/20190617-Uganda ... a-Tanzania
(RFI/Reuters, 17-Jun-2019)

-- Ituri / At Least 161 Dead in Northeast Congo in Apparent Ethnic
Clashes
https://www.usnews.com/news/world/artic ... ic-clashes
(USNews/Reuters, 17-Jun-2019)

---- Related:


*** 13-Jun-2019 Ebola spreads from DR Congo to Uganda
http://gdxforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=5168&p=46057#p46057

** 29-Dec-18 World View -- DR Congo in election chaos, as Ebola continues to spread
** http://www.generationaldynamics.com/pg/xct.gd.e181229.htm#e181229

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby FishbellykanakaDude » Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:10 am

CH86 wrote:
John wrote:** 17-Jun-2019 Vindication

....Winston Churchill did better when ...


Sorry you globalist scum who post here but ...

Face it John, Face it Fishdude, you guys HATE democracy. ...

Face it globalists; You like tyranny.

...


I, personally, do hate "pure democracy", which is why my preference is "constitutional representative democracy" (republicanism).

Wanna-be tyrants, such as CH (and the like), LOVE pure democracy, because it's the most efficient method to implement the totalitarian tyranny that they crave. Get voted in, and set up the "new system" so that you never leave power.

You can't be the Capo dei Capi without the requisite mob, now can 'ya? :)


Some (most?) globalists do love tyranny. That's because they love totalitarianism, just as the "pure democracy" loving wanna-be so-called "fascist [totalitarian] nationalists" (aka CH) do.

The dimensions in conflict aren't "globalists vs. nationalists", but rather "totalitarians vs. republicans [aka "res publicans"]".


If you ain't anti-totalitarian, you ain't shit, guys!

CH is pro-totalitarian. Period.

JCP

Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby JCP » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:58 am

I have one and only one hope for the rest of my life: that I die quickly and painlessly.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby mr nobody » Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:28 am

CH86 wrote:
Sorry you globalist scum who post here but Winston Churchill was thrown out as well as the rest of the ruling British conservative party shortly after VE day because the ruling British conservatives ( and not just Churchill, his two predecessors Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain also were from the same party and advanced the same fundamental policy of confronting Germany to the end, they simply thought naively that the Germans would back down peacefully) refused to hold elections since 1935. So during the entire period of the pre-run up, the run-up to ww2 itself and finally during the war itself the British government blatantly ignored its own laws and refused to hold elections on how to conduct policy.


get a brain idiot. everything you posted is nonsense/BS.
Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain were appeasing Hitler, which only served to encourage the Nazis. in UK fixed period general elections were approved with Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011. elections in UK earlier were held only when the parliament was dissolved. after WW2 Churchill resigned and Labour withdrew their support for parliament to force elections. and although they got their majority in 1945, but after 5 years and weak 1950 election results, they were defeated in 1951 repeat elections. Conservatives returned to majority and were re-elected 4 more times and so ruled for 12 uninterrupted years. so where is the tyranny?

clearly you have no idea what you are talking about. your "research" is poor and reminds me of fringe conspiratorial youtube videos. where sheep are fed mis-information for the sake of money and they think that they are given something of substance. and by the way, globalists can only be corporations and by the extension their owners and lobbyists.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby CH86 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:32 am

mr nobody wrote:
CH86 wrote:
Sorry you globalist scum who post here but Winston Churchill was thrown out as well as the rest of the ruling British conservative party shortly after VE day because the ruling British conservatives ( and not just Churchill, his two predecessors Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain also were from the same party and advanced the same fundamental policy of confronting Germany to the end, they simply thought naively that the Germans would back down peacefully) refused to hold elections since 1935. So during the entire period of the pre-run up, the run-up to ww2 itself and finally during the war itself the British government blatantly ignored its own laws and refused to hold elections on how to conduct policy.


get a brain idiot. everything you posted is nonsense/BS.
Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain were appeasing Hitler, which only served to encourage the Nazis. in UK fixed period general elections were approved with Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011. elections in UK earlier were held only when the parliament was dissolved. after WW2 Churchill resigned and Labour withdrew their support for parliament to force elections. and although they got their majority in 1945, but after 5 years and weak 1950 election results, they were defeated in 1951 repeat elections. Conservatives returned to majority and were re-elected 4 more times and so ruled for 12 uninterrupted years. so where is the tyranny?

clearly you have no idea what you are talking about. your "research" is poor and reminds me of fringe conspiratorial youtube videos. where sheep are fed mis-information for the sake of money and they think that they are given something of substance. and by the way, globalists can only be corporations and by the extension their owners and lobbyists.


Nope, your the one who is misinformed, there was no elections held to endorse appeasement nor was there ever an election to endorse confrontation when appeasement was discredited, in neither policy was the citizenry consulted. The last British election before the July 1945 election was in 1935 and that was associated with peacetime issues surrounding how to handle the depression. At the time there was a parliament law written in the legal code that said that no sitting parliament couldn't sit for more than five years. Elections were called only when parliament dissolved but you missed the point: when the five year limit was reached, parliament by law, had to automatically dissolve. In the case of the 1935 parliament that limit was reached in November 1940. The UK government simply ignored the law throughout this period. De Jure law is also supported by custom in a society and in the case of Britain during the interwar period and during the great depression prior to Hitler's re-militarization of Germany, elections were held every year to two years.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby FishbellykanakaDude » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:31 pm

CH86 wrote:Blah blah blah...


Hey, CH,.. are you British?

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby Tom Mazanec » Tue Jun 18, 2019 5:41 pm

I was the first to review the book.
5 stars (just submitted).
SHARKS (crossed out) MONGEESE (sic) WITH FRICKIN' LASER BEAMS ATTACHED TO THEIR HEADS

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby CH86 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:00 pm

FishbellykanakaDude wrote:
CH86 wrote:Blah blah blah...


Hey, CH,.. are you British?


No, I'm an American. However present day America is increasingly afflicted by the same type of globalist tyranny that controlled British policy in the first half of the 20th century.

mr nobody

Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby mr nobody » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:36 am

CH86 wrote:
...At the time there was a parliament law written in the legal code that said that no sitting parliament couldn't sit for more than five years. Elections were called only when parliament dissolved but you missed the point: when the five year limit was reached, parliament by law, had to automatically dissolve...


superficially true, but in practice there are many nuances. in "septennial act 1716" maximum length of a parliament was extended to 7 years and in "parliament act 1911" that was amended to 5 years, but that isn't the whole picture.
the UK doesn't have a constitutional document of supreme authority. instead UK parliament is one of the constitutional sources, it has the supreme legislative authority and it is not bound by written law or by precedent. which means it has the power to extend parliaments length, which it did during WWI and WWII in annual prolongation acts. again, where is the tyranny?


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