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PostPosted: Thu Jun 17, 2010 11:31 pm    Post subject: Chris Coverdale of 'Make Wars History' Reply with quote

Chris Coverdale, Intelligence Agent?

Chris Coverdale (Make Wars History) has unfortunately forgotten to mention that he also submits documents to the Institute for Public Policy Research, quoted on the website 'Think Defense', which advertises Raytheon and side-winder missiles (amongst other rather unsavoury things) on their website. This may explain why he is now complicit in the destruction of Brian Haw's anti-war campaign at Parliament Square.

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The recently published document by the Institute for Public Policy Research is a weighty and wide ranging research paper, the last in a series; that presents an independent national security strategy for the UK.


http://www.thinkdefence.co.uk/2009/07/shared-responsibilities-a-nation al-strategy-for-the-united-kingdom-our-analysis-part-1/

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Shared Responsibilities (A National Strategy for the United Kingdom)

Posted by Think Defence in Think Tanks on July 2, 2009

The recently published document by the Institute for Public Policy Research is a weighty and wide ranging research paper, the last in a series; that presents an independent national security strategy for the UK.

In presenting the paper the Institute and publishing committee aims to look holistically at the issue of national security, encompassing not only defence but intelligence, social cohesion and societal resilience, in this its aims are entirely laudable, sensible and logical. The paper has been created by a committee of senior figures within the defence, academic, political, business and intelligence community. By making the committee so wide ranging its aim was no doubt to achieve a balanced position but as with any such endeavour there many a ‘former’

Out of the 13 members of the committee over half have the word former in their descriptions. This is not highlighted as a necessarily bad thing but to illustrate that there are some that are not ‘current’

The members of the committee were

* Lord Paddy Ashdown, Co-Chair, former leader of the Liberal Democrat Party and former High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Lord George Robertson, Co-Chair, former Secretary of State for Defence and former Secretary General of NATO
* Dr Ian Kearns, Deputy Chair, IPPR
* Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Director of the Ditchley Foundation and former British Ambassador to the United Nations
* Sir David Omand, former Security and Intelligence Coordinator in the Cabinet Office and former Permanent Secretary in the Home Office
* General Lord Charles Guthrie, former Chief of the Defence Staff
* Professor Lord Martin Rees, President of the Royal Society and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
* Sir Chris Fox, former Chief Constable of Northamptonshire and former President of the Association of Chief Police Officers
* Professor Michael Clarke, Director of the Royal United Services Institute and Professor of Defence Studies at King’s College London
* Professor Tariq Modood, Director of the University of Bristol Research Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship
* Constanze Stelzenmüller, Director of the Berlin office of the German Marshall Fund.
* Professor Jim Norton, Senior Policy Adviser, Institute of Directors and former Chief Executive of the Radio Communications Agency
* Ian Taylor MP, Chair of the Conservative Party Policy Task-force on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Conservative MP for Esher and Walton and former minister for Science and Technology at the Department of Trade and Industry

Countering the perception of a lack of current experience is the extensive contributions from a significant number of individuals, listed here in full, received over a 2 year period;

* Adam Mallalieu, Director of Corporate Security, National Grid
* Admiral Lord Alan West, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Security and Counterterrorism
* Alex Evans, Fellow, the Center on International Cooperation (New York University)
* Ambassador Bob Barry, Senior Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies
* Ambassador Rolf Ekéus, Chairman of the Governing Board, SIPRI and former High
* Amélie Gauthier, Researcher, Peace, Security and Human Rights, FRIDE
* Andreas Persbo, Arms Control and Disarmament Researcher (Nuclear), VERTIC
* Andrew Jackson, Director of Border and Visa Policy, UKBA
* Andrew Moran, Professor of International Relations, London Metropolitan University
* Andy Baker, Deputy Director of Intelligence, SOCA
* Andy Carl, Director, Conciliation Resources
* Angela Wilson, Cabinet Office
* Angela Woodward, Executive Director, VERTIC
* Ann Snow, Policy Advisor, Amnesty International UK
* Anna Murison, Head of Global Jihad Forecasting, Exclusive Analysis
* Asima Sheikh, Independent Researcher and Consultant, Community Cohesion & Conflict Resolution, NRA/LIA
* Babak Ganji, Consultant
* Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, Shadow Security Minister and National Security Adviser to the Leader of the Opposition
* Baroness Sarah Ludford MEP, Liberal Democrat Member of the European Parliament and Liberal Democrat European justice spokeswoman
* Basia Spalek, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Birmingham
* Ben Rhode, Research Analyst and Programme Coordinator, International Institute for Strategic Studies
* Bob Ainsworth MP, Minister of State for the Armed Forces
* Bob Keen, Head of Government Relations, BAE Systems
* Bruce Mann, Head of the Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office
* Carol Naughton, WMD Awareness Programme
* Carolyn Hayman, Chief Executive, Peace Direct
* Catherine Barnes, Consultant on Conflict Issues, Conciliation Resources
* Catherine Fieschi, Director, Counterpoint, British Council
* Celia McKeon, Director of Policy, Communications and Comparative Learning, Conciliation Resources
* Charles Farr, Director General, OSCT
* Charlie Edwards, Senior Researcher, Demos
* Chris Allan, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
* Chris Coverdale, Founder, Action Against War
* Chris Earnshaw, Deputy President, Institution of Engineering & Technology
* Chris Rampling, Deputy Head, Counter-Proliferation Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
* Christopher Beese, Chief Administrative Officer, Armorgroup
* Claire Hickson, Head of Advocacy and Communications, Saferworld
* Clare Algar, Executive Director, Reprieve
* Claude Boucher, Deputy High Commissioner to the UK and Former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti
* Claudia Seymour, Child Protection Adviser, UN Expert Group on the Democratic Republic of Congo
* Claudio Cordone, Senior Director for Research and Regional Programmes, Amnesty International
* Cleo Paskal, Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House
* Clive Stafford-Smith, Director, Reprieve
* Commissioner on National Minorities, OSCE
* Conor Gearty, Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE
* DAC Cressida Dick, Deputy ACSO, MPS
* Dan Nelson, President of Global Concepts & Communications, LLC, and Senior
* Dan Smith, Secretary General, International Alert
* Daniel Korski, Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
* Darryl Howlett, Senior Lecturer in the Division of Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton
* David Hendon, Head of Business Relations, BERR
* David Newton, Conflict Adviser, DfID
* David Williams, Director, Cohesion Directorate, DCLG
* DCI Andy Coles, Head of Training, ACPO TAM
* DCI Tony McCarthy, Detective Chief Inspector within Special Branch, Office of the National Co-ordinator Ports Policing
* DCS Andy Rintoul, Detective Chief Superintendent, HMIC
* Denis O’Connor, HMI, HMIC
* Detective Inspector Andy Slater, Staff Officer to ACSO, MPS
* Detective Inspector Steve Wilkinson, Head of Human Trafficking Unit, MPS
* Detective Superintendent Peter McGowan, Deputy National Coordinator of Ports Policing / Protect, ACPO
* Detective Superintendent Peter Wickstead, SO15, MPS
* Dieter Helm, Professor, Oxford University
* Dilwar Hussain, Head of Policy Research Centre, The Islamic Foundation
* Director, Centre for the Study of African Economies
* Doug Turner, BT Group Engineering Services, BT
* Ed Husain, Co-Director, Quilliam Foundation
* Edward Howker, Journalist, The Independent
* Elizabeth Stubbins-Bates, David Davies of Llandinam Research Fellow in International Relations, LSE
* Eric Joyce MP, Parliamentary Private Secretary, BERR
* Eric Metcalfe, Director of Human Rights Policy, JUSTICE
* Fellow, Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation
* Francesca Klug, Director, Human Rights Futures Project, Centre for the Study of Global Governance, LSE
* Frank Barnaby, Emeritus Consultant, Oxford Research Group
* Frank Gardner, Security Correspondent, BBC
* Frank Gregory, Professor of European Security, the University of Southampton
* Gareth Evans, President, International Crisis Group
* Gary Hindle, Head of Security and Counter-Terrorism, RUSI
* Gemma Mortensen, UK Director, Crisis Action
* General Sir David Richards, Commander-in-Chief Land Forces
* General Sir Hugh Beach, Board of Directors, VERTIC
* General Sir Mike Jackson, former Chief of the General Staff
* General Sir Richard Dannatt, Chief of the General Staff
* Geoff Miller, Head of Risk Management, United Utilities
* Glenn Kelly, Counter Proliferation and Security Cooperation, Ministry of Defence
* Gordon Corera, Security Correspondent, BBC
* Guy Roberts, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Weapons of Mass Destruction, NATO
* Hagai Segal, Lecturer, New York University in London
* Helen Lewis, Conflict Advisor, DfID
* Inspector Fiaz Choudhary, Chair of MPS Association of Muslim Police, MPS
* James Acton, Lecturer, Centre for Science and Security Studies, Department of War Studies, King’s College London
* James Cameron, NGOs and Humanitarian Department, Control Risks Group
* James Hart, Infinity Advisory Board Member and former Commissioner of the City of London Police
* James Leonard, Scientists Working Group on CBW of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
* James Mortimer, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
* James R. Wright, Canadian High Commissioner to the UK
* Jean-Roger Kaseki, human rights campaigner
* Jennifer Smith, Policy Analyst, CAFOD
* Jeremy Corbyn MP
* Jeremy Fleming, Head of Strategy, OSCT
* Jim Drummond, Director of the South-Asia Division, UK Department for International Development
* Joanna Kidd, Research Fellow, International Centre for Security Analysis, King’s College London
* John Almonds, Director of Security Operations, Infinity
* John Andrews, Ministry of Defence
* John Baylis, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Swansea University
* John Simpson, Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, University of Southampton
* John Tayor, Director General of Information, MoD
* Jonathan Cooper, Doughty Street Chambers
* Jonathan Githens-Mazer, Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics & Co-Director, Exeter Centre for Ethno-Political Studies
* Jonathan Stern, Director of Gas Research, Oxford Institute of Energy Studies
* Julian Lindley French, Professor of Military Operational Science, Defence Academy of the Netherlands
* Karma Nabulsi, Lecturer in International Politics, Oxford University and former PLO representative
* Katharine Adeney, Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield
* Katherine Gregory, Project Leader, Per Capita
* Keith Weston, Deputy Director of the Resilience Centre, Cranfield University
* Ken De Souza, Policy Analyst, CHASE, DfID
* Ken Gude, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
* Kenneth Payne, Lecturer in Defence Studies, KCL
* Kenneth Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch
* Kerry M. Kartchner, Senior Advisor for Strategic Planning, Bureau of International
* Kevin McDonald, Marie Curie International Fellow, University of London, Goldsmiths College
* Lemonia Tsaroucha, Lecturer on World Legal Orders, UCL
* Lin Homer, Chief Executive, UK Border Agency
* Liz Siberry, Director, CPNI
* Lord Alex Carlile, Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, House of Lords
* Lord Andrew Turnbull, former Head of the Civil Service
* Lord David Owen, former Member of the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict
* Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Minister for Africa, Asia and the UN, FCO
* Lord Toby Harris, Home Secretary’s Appointee, MPA
* Lyndon Powell, Director of Human Continuity Operations, Infinity
* Lyse Doucet, News Correspondent and Presenter, BBC World News
* Maajid Nawaz, Co-Director, Quilliam Foundation
* Malcolm Chalmers, Professor of International Politics, University of Bradford
* Malcolm Savidge, BASIC board member
* Marian Fitzgerald, Visiting Professor of Criminology, University of Kent
* Mark Rodmell, Head of Aviation Facilitation, Department for Transport
* Mark Sedwill, International Director, UK Border Agency
* Mark Segal, Senior Conflict advisor, DfID
* Mark Smith, Programme Director, Wilton Park
* Martin Lynch, CEO, Infinity
* Mary Kaldor, Co-Director, Centre for the Study of Global Governance, LSE
* Mary Shockledge, Head of the Conflict Prevention Team (ISD), FCO
* Matt Cavanagh, Prime Minister’s Policy Directorate, 10 Downing Street
* Mia Hakl-Law, Researcher to Edward Fitzgerald QC, Doughty Street Chambers
* Michael Dale, EDS
* Michael Rutter, Director of Energy Resilience, BERR
* Mick Jenkins, Infinity Operations Director and former counter-terrorist intelligence officer
* Mike Short, Vice President of Research and Development, O2
* Misha Glenny, freelance journalist and author
* Mohammad Mahroof, MCU – SO15, MPS
* Moty Cristal, former negotiations adviser to the Israeli Prime Minister and CEO, Nest Consulting
* Narcis Serra, former Minister of Defence and Vice-president of the Spanish Government
* Nathan Oley, Strategic Policy Adviser, APA
* Neil Davison, Senior Policy Adviser, Royal Society
* Nicholas Wheeler, Professor of International Politics, Aberystwyth University
* Nick Low, Head, Nuclear Issues Section, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
* Nick Ritchie, Post Doctoral Research Fellow in the Bradford Disarmament Research Centre, University of Bradford
* Nigel Inkster, Director of Transnational Threats and Political Risk, International Institute for Strategic Studies
* Norman Dombey, Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex
* Oliver McTernan, Co-founder and Director, Forward Thinking
* Ollie Welch, Ministry of Defence
* Owen Greene, Chair of the Management Board, Centre for International Co – Operation Security, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford
* Owen Pengelly, Head of the Central Sponsor for Information Assurance, Cabinet Office
* Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow, New America Foundation
* Patrick Lamb, Deputy Chief Executive, International Financial Services London
* Paul Bernstein, Vice President, Science Applications International Corporation
* Paul Collier, Professor of Economics, Oxford University Economics Department and
* Paul Cornish, Head, International Security Programme and Carrington Chair in International Security, Chatham House
* Paul Grasby, Head of Social and Behavioural Science Unit, OSCT
* Paul Ingram, Executive Director, BASIC
* Peter Ingram, Ofcom
* Peter Power, Managing Director, Visor Consultants (UK) Limited
* Phil Vernon, Director of Programs, Africa and Peacebuilding, International Alert
* Philippe Sands, Professor of Law, UCL
* Professor Antonio Jorge Ramalho da Rocha, Institute of International Relations, University of Brasilia
* Professor Colin McInnes, UNESCO Chair of HIV/AIDS, Education and Security and Director, Centre for Health and International Relations, Aberystwyth University
* Professor Paul Rogers, Professor of Peace Studies, University of Bradford
* Rachel Briggs, Senior Research Fellow, National Security and Resilience Department, Royal United Services Institute
* Regina Finn, CEO, OFWAT
* Revd Canon Flora Winfield, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and World Conference on Religions for Peace
* Richard Dowden, Director, the Royal African Society
* Richard English, Professor of Politics, Queen’s University Belfast
* Richard Fletcher, Senior Policy Advisor, EADS
* Richard Norton-Taylor, Security Editor, The Guardian
* Robert Bonner, former first Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency
* Robert Chatterton-Dickson, Deputy Director – CT Policy, CT Department, FCO
* Robert Lambert, Research Fellow, Department of Politics, University of Exeter
* Robert Picciotto, Visiting Professor, King’s College London
* Robert Whalley, Consulting Senior Fellow, IISS
* Roger Styles, Deputy Director, Central Sponsor for Information Assurance, Cabinet Office
* Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP, Prime Minister
* Rt Hon Jacqui Smith MP, Home Secretary
* Rt Hon John Hutton MP, Secretary of State for Defence
* Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats
* Sally Benton, Corporate Information Officer, MPA
* Salman Shaikh, Special Representative to Europe, Muslim West Facts Project
* Sara MacNeice, Campaign Manager on terrorism, security and human rights, Amnesty International
* Security and Nonproliferation, US State Department
* Shami Chakrabarti, Director, Liberty
* Sheikh Aliur Rahman, Director, Consultancy, Double Barrel Design & Consultancy Ltd
* Shenaz Bunglawala, Project Officer, Engage
* Siddharth Ramana, Researcher, BASIC
* Sima Osdoby, Secretary of the Board, BASIC
* Sir Ian Blair, former Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis
* Stephen Fidler, Defence and Security Editor, Financial Times
* Stephen Rimmer, Home Office
* Stephen Smith, Home Office
* Stewart Wood, Prime Minister’s Policy Directorate, No. 10
* Stuart Croft, Professor of International Security, Warwick University
* Sumit Rahman, Policy Advisor on Official Statistics, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, Cabinet Office
* Sunder Katwala, Chair, Fabian Society
* Superintendent Dal Babu, former Chair of the National Association of Muslim Police, MPS
* Susan Kincade, Senior Partner, Global Concepts and Communications, LLC
* Tara O’Toole, CEO and Director, Center for Biosecurity, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
* Terry Thompson, Booz&Co
* Thomas De Saint-Maurice, IDRC
* Tim Fox, United States Navy
* Tim Kellow, John Bright Peace & Security Programme Officer, UNA-UK
* Toby Fenwick, Birkbeck College
* Tom Daschle, US Senator
* Tom Porteous, London Director of Human Rights Watch
* Tony Payne, Professor, Department of Politics, Sheffield University
* Trevor McCrisken, Associate Professor in American Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
* William Hughes, Director General, SOCA
* William Nye, Director, National Security Secretariat, Cabinet Office
* Willy Rickett, Director General, Energy, BERR
* Zachary Katznelson, Legal Director, Reprieve
* Zaiba Malik, Journalist

Defence is in fact represented by a single person on the main committee, excluding Lord Ashdown (a former marine) in the shape of General Lord Charles Guthrie, a former Chief of the Defence Staff.

There are no representatives of Royal Air Force or Royal Navy and whilst a former Chief of the Defence Staff would in fact have an overarching view of defence issues the report might have been less open to accusations of service bias if this were not so, especially given some of the recommendations suggest a land force element bias in future defence spending. The list of contributors also does not include anyone from the Royal Navy or Royal Air Force, there are 4 Generals, one Admiral (in an intelligence capacity) and even a representative from the US Navy. In fact, serving military personnel seem very poorly represented, being outnumbered by defence journalists and private security organisations.

In suggesting a change in defence funding priorities the headlines have inevitably focussed on the attention grabbing ‘huge cuts in defence’ angle, such is the superficial and nature of much of the defence and security news agenda in the mainstream media.

In a series of forthcoming blog posts on the document we will seek to analyse the findings and recommendations. At some 144 pages with several hundred bibliography items it will take some analysing!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Super lame post

So Chris Coverdale had his evidence or views cited in an IPPR document and this is picked up by a blog Think Defence ... and this proves what exactly?

That Chris is 'an intelligence agent'? For whom? British Intelligence. On what evidence?

That Chris is "now complicit in the destruction of Brian Haw's anti-war campaign at Parliament Square." Really? Evidence please that this protest has the deliberate intention of destroying Brian Haw's campaign.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Interesting that either Chris Coverdale approached the IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) wishing to contribute to this report, or that the IPPR approached him, and he agreed to contribute a paper.

The IPPR report which Chris Coverdale contributes to states:

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We thank EDS* and Raytheon, who are supporters of all the Commission’s activities. We would also like to thank the following for their support for specific streams of work feeding into the Commission’s deliberations: Booz & Co (energy security and national infrastructure), De La Rue (border security and identity management), the Department for International Development and the Swedish Foreign Ministry (conflict prevention and peace building), National Grid and Ofcom (resilience), BAE Systems (defence capabilities), the Economic and Social Research Council (policy briefs) and Clifford Chance (security lectures).


*EDS (Electronic Data Systems); data collection. Selected for NASA Data Information System Contract.

A number of thoroughly insidious institutions are conspicuous by their absence in the 'truth' movment; Raytheon, one of the biggest military institutions in the world is one. (I take it Chris Coverdale never bothers to mention them, considering that he submits a paper to an institution which is working hand in hand with Raytheon). The British East India Company is another (of the John Adam St Gang and specifically mentioned by John Coleman as being a part of the Committee of 300). Families who were involved in this are behind some of the most insidious influences in society today, Barings is at the Villiers Park Education Trust in Cambridge.

Full report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/33278370/IPPR-Security-Commission-Interim-Re port

John Makinson, chair of the IPPR, is also chair and chief executive of the Penguin Group. He is also on Pearsons board ( housed in Shell-Mex House - John Adam St Gang.). He is also a trustee of the International Rescue Committee.

Interesting to note that the IPPR has had Matthew Taylor as CEO (now with the Royal Society of the Arts, located in John Adam St – John Adam St Gang).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institute_for_Public_Policy_Research

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It was founded in 1988. The founding director was James Cornford.[4] The institute has also been led by Gerald Holtam, Matthew Taylor, now Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts,[5] and Nick Pearce, a former Head of the No10 Policy Unit and special advisor to David Blunkett MP. Former members of staff include Patricia Hewitt, David Miliband and Tristram Hunt. The current co-directors are Lisa Harker and Carey Oppenheim, on a job share basis.[6]



Memetics

Memetics is Chris Coverdale's field of study. As genes are discrete units within DNA which can be removed or replaced, so memes are considered to be discrete units within social behaviour which can be removed or replaced (without our knowledge I presume). Memetics is the study of and the adding or removing of memes from society. (The re-engineering of society).

Chris Coverdale's submission to the IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) here:

http://www.ippr.org/uploadedFiles/ipprcommissions/preventing_war_augus t_2007.pdf

(Although it is clear this paper is Chris Coverdale's at: http://www.ippr.org/security/?id=3108, the document itslef does not contain his name.)

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A memetic examination of the reasons why Britain so readily resorts to the use of armed force rather than adopting a lawful peaceful approach to tackling international difficulties indicates underlying systemic and structural faults in the institutions of Government rather than intentional corrupt acts by individuals.

Memetics is a new scientific discipline of government, enabling practitioners to identify and re-engineer the systemic and structural causes of cultural behaviours. By replacing aberrant memes with beneficial memes practitioners can bring about instantaneous changes in organisations, communities and society.


I find the expression 'rather than intentional corrupt acts by individuals' extraordinary to say the least. What utter rubbish. Consider the behaviour of those in the John Adam St Gang. Paul Marshall has two separate identities at the Charity Commission ('Paul Marshall' and 'Paul Roderick Clucas Marshall'); the Cookson Group (running monopolies), Smith and Nephew (paying doctors to use their equipment), Clive Parritt of the Business Exchange (racketeering on the internet), Amerada Hess (paying off the President of Equatorial Guinea to get cheap oil out of the country) and Chris Akers of the Sports Resource Group (fraud) have all been taken to court for their thoroughly corrupt behaviour (and are all of the John Adam St Gang/Committee of 300). There is plenty of evidence of blantant corruption amongst others. (video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyqsOBkLWh0)

Aside from such ridiculous statements, the field of study of 'memetic engineering' (re-engineering society) is disturbing.

This is what 'Keith the Gardener' from Edge Media TV was talking about when he said

'Edge Media is about planting seeds, feeding those seeds, watching them grow, and understanding the reasons for that growth'.

We should be very careful what seeds we allow others to plant amongst us.

Chris Coverdale also states:

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The power of Downing St to spin a story, avoid the truth and mislead Ministers, Government officials, Parliament, the media and the public.



Chris himself doesn't seem to have a problem with avoiding the truth in court and spinning a story. The current case number, Claim Nos: HQ10X0198, HQ10X01981, Court Room 76 at the Royal Courts of Justice on the Strand, brought by Boris Johnson against those at Democracy Village, includes in the list of defendents Brain Haw. Although the list of defendants listed by Charity Sweet mentions Maria Gallastegui, the Trail Bundle which I have seen does not, which is a bit of a puzzle. She should most certainly be there. (From what I gather she is rather camera shy). However, Chris Coverdale spent Thursday afternoon defending her, ignoring evidence presented that she has acted as Agent Provocateur.

Statement presented to court about the abuse of process, list of defendants, and statement that Maria Gallestegui acted as agent provocateur:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/33273549/ABUSE-OF-PROCESS-WITNESS-OF-MRS-CHA RITY-SWEET

Witnesses to Maria Gallastegui's behaviour as Agent Provocateur have been denied to right to speak.

So if 'Democracy Village' loses this case to remain on Parliament Square, so will Brian Haw, and the John Adam St Gang (Committee of 300) will have had yet another success.

List of defendants in the 'Trial Bundle' :

THE MAYOR LOF LONDON
(On behalf of the Greater London Authority)
Claimant
-v-
(1) Rebecca Hall
(2) Brian Haw
(3) Barbara Tucker
(4) Charity Sweet
(5) Lew Almond
(6) Can Aniker
(7) Anna Chithrakala
(8 ) Chris Coverdale
(9) Joshua Dunn
(10) Dirk Duputall
(11) Friend (also known as Ian Robert Hobbs)
(12) Stuart Hokmes
(13) Rodge Kinney
(14) Professor Chris Knight
(15) Peace Little
(16) Simon Moore
(17) Anita Olivacce
(18 ) Peter Phoenix
(19) Raga Woods
(20) Persons unknown being persons entering or remaining without the consent of the greater London authority of the mayor of London at land known as parliament square gardens in connection with the democracy village protest. Defendants

More on the John Adam St Gang here:
http://www.lifeinthemixtalk.com/?p=3305

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2010 12:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The accusation in the headline is by no means proven by the info provided here
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2010 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TonyGosling wrote:
The accusation in the headline is by no means proven by the info provided here
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The accusation is an accusation in the headline it does not propose proven

But is some of the best research, yet you knock it (laughing out loud) and make the false accusation of it being claimed as proof (by lol, insinuating). Which does prove much, at least that he ........ has been duped (which can be seen on his own website) It woulden't/ dosen't take much to see if he....... was/is complicit. In the bigger picture.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2010 5:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Seems odd that one would steadfastly protect claims by Daniel O re. WAC and then behave rather differently here?
Funny that one of Daniels bad guys is in the list of defendants too Surprised

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This is 'guilt by association'.
Doesn't look good for Chris but certainly not in any way conclusive IMO.

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Not so much in the limelight presently, but anything which promotes the hight of all evil as the politicians always has my attention.

In the mystery school from the shadows, you are coerced to see politicians and religion as the prime cause of all our troubles, that standing above all such are the masters....

and only they deserve your attention

In Chris Coverdale we have a big player in this regard.

You have to look at the overall pattern of his journey, very involved in all things that would remove our political class to be replaced with the EU and the Crown.

Gone are the days when this nation need fear MP's with the intelligence to do anything other than what they are told, squeezed and demoralised by 8 decades of infiltration by all things Statute.

If politicians were ever at cause, it was in demolishing the morality of the Parliament, but to design the Iraq war...you gotta be joking ....

The degree to which Chris protects by omission, those above the level of politics, says all.

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Most eloquently put.... my quotes though
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If politicians were ever at cause, it was in demolishing the morality of the Parliament, but to design the Iraq war...you gotta be joking ....


Morality of politicians and parliament you gotta be joking.

And this is wiki. No one read Shakespere and read between the lines and marriages. Just as duplicitous as it is now on both counts.

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The Parliament of England was the legislature of the Kingdom of England. The English Parliament traces its origins to the Anglo-Saxon Witenagemot. In 1066, William of Normandy brought a feudal system, by which he sought advice of a council of tenants-in-chief and ecclesiastics before making laws. In 1215, the tenants-in-chief secured Magna Carta from King John, which established that the king may not levy or collect any taxes (except the feudal taxes to which they were hitherto accustomed), save with the consent of his royal council, which gradually developed into a parliament.


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The first ........ communities of significant size came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066. On the conquest of England, William instituted a feudal system in the country, whereby all estates formally belonged to the king, who appointed lords over vast estates


Mmm king John. Edward 1 Longshanks (1272 to 1307) was the first king of England after king Robert the Bruce. But they never did keep the covenant, any of the so called kings. Just as Samuel said about 3000 thousand years ago. Said/warned very plainly.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 20, 2010 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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This is 'guilt by association'.
Doesn't look good for Chris but certainly not in any way conclusive IMO.


nobody said that, Wink interesting and shouldn't be so quickly shoved on the trash pile is all I'm saying Wink
After all there is a difference also between manipulation by intent and just being in the wrong place at the wrong time Wink
I am certainly not in a position to judge, but do find the news interesting, hopefully the article sparks just debate and not judgement?

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and now for something extremely important......


Tune : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-z8RCfnWPOo&feature=related

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When John Coleman said that nothing happens in the world without the full approval of the Committee of 300, he meant it.

The court case re Democracy Village (with Brian Haw included as defendant) is ongoing, (someone is making a huge amount of money out of this) but the public now excluded.

Apparently 15 volunteered as defendants to have the 'right to speak in court'. Interesting that most of them never turned up. And considering the lack of information about what goes on in courts in this country, they effectively have their 'free speech' in a vacuum anyway.

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23841344-farce-in-court -as-peace-camp-protesters-delay-eviction-move.do
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Boris Johnson's plans for the speedy removal of the "Democracy Camp" are set to take far longer than planned.

The Greater London Authority's lawyers went to court hoping to prove their case of trespass in two hours.

But they were confronted by about 50 protesters, including 15 who wanted their names to be added to the list of defendants in the action - giving them the right to speak in court.

Waiting for proceedings to start they joined hands in court to sing a rousing chorus of Give Peace a Chance.

Among the 15 was a man who told the judge he wanted to be known as Friend because "I don't accept the name my parents gave me" - Ian Robert Hobbs.


With respect to the infiltration of the John Adam St Gang in the 'truth' movement, interesting here re Roger Helmer:

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Roger Helmer (with Brian Gerrish):

http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2008/08/roger-helmer-mep-300-million.html
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The summary Gerrish makes is that the aim of Common Purpose is to reduce the strength of British society through psychological undermining, and economic crisis, to the point where it can easily be destroyed and taken over.

Roger Helmer, acting in his role as Chairman, did not contest any of these detailed allegations at the public meeting when he had the floor.


Helmer also appears at the Bruges Group 2007 conference:
http://www.brugesgroup.com/about/columnists.live?person=25
and here: http://www.brugesgroup.com/eurorebuttal/index.live?article=123

Interesting that the Bruges Group Founder Chairman was Lord Harris of High Cross, also in partnership with Malcolm Pearson (of UKIP) and David Stoddart at 'Global Britain', which states:

http://www.globalbritain.org/aboutus.asp
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Britain's destiny ceased to be European centuries ago when English settlers began their transatlantic odyssey. Within the next fifty years the USA and China between them will account for half of the world economy; quite possibly, India will account for another quarter. According to the EU Commission, Continental Europe, even after enlargement, will be lucky to muster ten per cent. For the next century the world will be dominated by the USA, China and India. Continental Europe will be increasingly irrelevant.


(Clearly they have bigger fish to fry than the EU.)

Harris, Pearson and Stoddart were all awarded life peerages by Margaret Thatcher.

Also interesting is that a founder member of the Bruges Group was Alan Sked, who also set up UKIP. Alan Sked is from the London School of Economics, founded in Adelphi House (1-11 John Adam St) and located now only a couple of streets away from it.

Interesting also that Malcolm Pearson worked with CT Bowing as did Weetman Pearson of the Pearson publishing house (located in Shell-Mex House – John Adam St Gang).

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thankyou Caz for another info-packed piece of research.
I'll have to go through it thoroughly when I have more time!

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The accusation in the headline is by no means proven by the info provided here
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What Gosling apparently fails to realise is that the headline - "Chris Coverdale of 'Make Wars History', Intelligence Agent?" - isn't an accusation. The existence of the question mark makes that very clear.
What it is more like is an implication - and the info Caz provides clearly implicates this Coverdale character with some rather unsavoury organisations and individuals.

Unless Gosling can demonstrate that Caz's info is seriously faulty, his rather glib comment can be safely dismissed as a comedic misfire. (Erhum - lol).
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 11:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would have to agree wholeheartedly with the last comment.

Tony though I have respect for your work it is very obvious you wrote your comment without looking at the information, which suggests you have positioned yourself on a lofty perch....

My intel tells me you need to lose a certain player from your circle...rapid....

I leave it for you to determine who that person would be.

Your comments do suggest you are more inclined to protect people within the truth movement itself rather than outing the spooks amongst the show, this is not conducive to trust in you as a person.

You need to get 'uncomfortable' again, and remember 'why' we are in this game which is not to sit in judgement without first investigating the information presented.

The evidence for my claim you need to lose certain person comes in your strange behaviour over this thread, you are not the prime font of knowledge in all things conspiracy and thus comment without thought presents a frequency change going on with you, the direct result of the bad boy in your camp.

Frequency exchange would be the subject I would suggest you grasp sooner rather than later....

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Raytheon now advertise on black cabs in London. Some of Raytheon's subsidiarys are in the top 500 of the FTSE.

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A number of thoroughly insidious institutions are conspicuous by their absence in the 'truth' movment; Raytheon, one of the biggest military institutions in the world is one. (I take it Chris Coverdale never bothers to mention them, considering that he submits a paper to an institution which is working hand in hand with Raytheon). The British East India Company is another (of the John Adam St Gang and specifically mentioned by John Coleman as being a part of the Committee of 300). Families who were involved in this are behind some of the most insidious influences in society today, Barings is at the Villiers Park Education Trust in Cambridge.


And now produces maths materials for schools:

http://www.raytheon.com/responsibility/stem/mmu/index.html

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Raytheon's MathMovesU program is an innovative initiative designed to engage middle school students in math by illustrating the connection between math, their passions and interests and “cool” careers. Since its inception in 2005 to help spur interest in math and science, Raytheon's MathMovesU program has touched the lives of more than 1,000,000 students, teachers and parents. Through interactive learning programs, contests, live events, scholarships, tutoring programs and more, MathMovesU engages and inspires students. Raytheon believes that tomorrow's engineers and technologists need to be excited by and interested in math today.

MathMovesU in 2010 is the year of perpetuating Math and Science education programs, while increasing awareness and creating a stronger impact.
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I added the question mark Rolling Eyes
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What Tony apparently fails to realise is that the headline - "Chris Coverdale of 'Make Wars History', Intelligence Agent?" - isn't an accusation. The existence of the question mark makes that very clear.

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I added the question mark


Entrapment?

Rather than saying at the beginning that you have changed it and told Caz and others so that she/others could take the opportunity for correction as it stood at that point? Not forgetting if that is the case Caz should have said so also at the beginning or subsequently.
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You're right Andrew, I should have made that clear.
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You're right Andrew, I should have made that clear.


Thank you for your integrity Caz.
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Chris Coverdale (Make Wars History) has unfortunately forgotten to mention that he also submits documents to the Institute for Public Policy Research, quoted on the website 'Think Defense', which advertises Raytheon and side-winder missiles (amongst other rather unsavoury things) on their website. This may explain why he is now complicit in the destruction of Brian Haw's anti-war campaign at Parliament Square.

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Interesting that either Chris Coverdale approached the IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) wishing to contribute to this report, or that the IPPR approached him, and he agreed to contribute a paper.


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When John Coleman said that nothing happens in the world without the full approval of the Committee of 300, he meant it.


The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is, no surprise, located within the John Adam St Gang (aka The Committee of 300) at

INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH
13-14 BUCKINGHAM STREET
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This makes Chris Coverdale a Committee of 300 operative, maybe the original title 'Chris Coverdale of Make Wars History - Intelligence Agent' can be reinstated. The evidence supports this.
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Approaching IPPR does not mean Chris is anything to do with the 'committee of 300'
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I have no idea as to how Chris Coverdale manages to be involved with the IPPR.

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/edwest/100067141/are-there-any-taxpa yer-funded-bodies-not-funding-left-wing-think-tank-the-ippr/

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Are there any taxpayer-funded bodies NOT funding Left-wing think-tank the IPPR?


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You can’t keep a good man down: Lord Mandelson is to chair an inquiry into the “future of globalisation” for the Left-wing think-tank the Institute for Public Policy Research.

The IPPR is a hugely influential body which, whether you like it or not, indirectly affects all our lives. Its Commission on Social Justice had a huge influence on Labour’s social policies, and these days it’s big into climate change, being a founding member of the Global Climate Network. However its strongest legacy has been in providing the intellectual and economic justification for mass immigration. It does this by downplaying the social costs of mass immigration, focusing on the benefits of highly-skilled migration, while maintaining the convenient fiction that the mass immigration disaster is a fantasy created by the “Right-wing press” to stir up readers.

It does this by nit-picking at newspaper headlines in a way that might just about satisfy a British libel judge, but which leaves just enough tiny, tiny holes in a story to leave the ideological committed satisfied. For example, earlier this year the think-tank criticised reports in the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Daily Express which suggested, correctly, that most jobs were going to foreigners, by pointing out that 1.5m of the 3.8m non-British born workers mentioned in the report were actually UK nationals i.e. they had acquired British citizenship. Which makes absolutely no difference to the fact that they were immigrants in the first place. Utterly pedantic, but it allows the deluded to go away satisfied that the whole thing was made up by the evil Right-wing press.

Groups such as the IPPR provide the intellectual justification for the mass immigration experiment, as well as other progressive policies. And the really, really funny thing is that you are paying for it, as the IPPR’s website states with its list of “organisations that have supported us in 2008/2009”. Here they are:

A4e Ltd
ACEVO
Age Concern England
Agusta Westland
Amnesty International
Ashden Trust
Association of Colleges
Association of Colleges North
Association of North East Councils
Aviva
Aviva Health
BAE Systems
Barclays
Barrow Cadbury Trust
BECTU
Booz & Co
BP International Ltd
BT
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
CAMRA – The Campaign for Real Ale
Cabinet Office
Cable & Wireless
Carnegie UK Trust
CBI
Child Poverty Unit
Christian Aid
Citi
City of London Corporation
City Parochial Foundation
Commission for Rural Communities
Community Foundation Serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland
Crossroads Care
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
De La Rue Identity Systems
Department for Children Schools and Families
Department for Culture Media and Sport
Department for Energy and Climate Change
Department for International Development
Eaga
Engineering and Technology Board
ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council)
E.On UK
Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)
Ernst and Young LLP
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
European Climate Foundation
FIA Foundation
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
Friends of the Earth
Friends Provident Foundation
Gentoo Group
Genus Pharmaceuticals Ltd
GlaxoSmithKline Service Unlimited
Global Development Network
Government Equalities Office
Greater London Authority
Greenpeace Environmental Trust
GTZ
Heinrich Boll Stiftung
Home Office – UK Border Agency
Homes and Community Agency (formerly the Housing Corporation)
HP Enterprise Services (formerly EDS)
Independent Asylum Commission
Institute for Employment Studies
International Development Research Centre (Canada)
JMG Foundation
Jobcentre Plus
Kent County Council
KPMG
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Learning and Skills Council – Coventry
Local Government Association
LogicaCMG
London Borough of Brent
London Borough of Islington
London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Councils
London School of Economics
Lord Goldsmith QC Citizenship Review
Low Pay Commission
Marmot Trust
Microsoft Ltd
Millfield House
Morgan Stanley
MORI Social Research Institute
NASUWT
National Grid
National Museum Directors’ Conference
National Policing Improvement Agency
National Trust
National Union of Journalists
National Youth Agency
New America Foundation
North East Improvement& Efficiency Partners
North East Refugee Service
North East Strategic Migration Partnership
Northern Rock Foundation
Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd
OFCOM
Office for the First Minister and Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland
One NorthEast
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Peabody Trust
Pilkington Energy Efficiency Trust
Pinnacle PSG
Princess Royal Trust for Carers
Private Equity Foundation
Provident Financial
Prudential plc
Public and Commercial Services Union
Raytheon
Resolution Foundation
Save the Children Fund North East Development Team
Scottish Enterprise
Serco Group Plc
Shaw Trust
Shell International Ltd
Skills Development Scotland
State Government of Victoria
Stockwell Community and Resource Centre
Stone Ashdown Charitable Trust
Sustainable Consumption Institute
Swedish Foreign Ministry
Tata Consultancy Services
TUC
UFI/Learndirect
UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy
UK Commission for Employment and Skills
UK Online Centres
Unison
University of Hertfordshire
University of Oxford
Virgin Media
Welsh Assembly Government
Wolfson Research Institute
Working Links
World Vision UK

It’s almost like a who’s who of government departments, quangos, regional bodies and state-funded charities.

And here’s a list of taxpayer-funded organisations and government agencies that fund MigrationWatch, the only non-partisan group campaigning against mass immigration:

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So Caz...are you suggesting the IPPR are a bit naughty?

well well what a surprise, common purpose who?

Common Purpose are small fry, a diversion from the guts of the story which reminds me...I am so glad I am a northerner, we couldn't think this up if we tried....

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Link


Only 457 views


And a decent video at that, that also calls out the committee of 300/or its head.
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So Caz...are you suggesting the IPPR are a bit naughty?

well well what a surprise, common purpose who?

Common Purpose are small fry, a diversion from the guts of the story which reminds me...I am so glad I am a northerner, we couldn't think this up if we tried....

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Most of us couldn't think this up if we tried.
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The above list of entities funding the IPPR tells me a very important story indeed.

In the case I have going against the Jobcentre Plus and the DWP (two defendants), I make the claim the DWP is acting as the facilitator to the unjust enrichment of the corporate at the expense of the British citizen, known in the financial world as state capture.

It is clear to my good self that the IPPR is the overlord facilitator to this effect ensuring the interests of the above named are met.



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I find the above image very worrying especially so given the Save the Children Fund is funding the IPPR

Almost at the start of the video above provided by Andrew, we glimpse the overriding thesis to this grouping by definition of what is being pushed in real time third dimension...

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Our thesis in ‘Make Wars History’ is that ending Britain’s involvement in war is a realistic possibility, provided we act together to tackle the systemic legal, financial, political and educational problems and causes of the problem.

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Is he suggesting the following as the solution :

Corporate Academies, military Industrial financed now building or purchasing student lodgings on the back of the Intelligence initiated riots, leading to draconian ideas such as curfew and more weaponry for the police to include within their power remit.

It has already been announced they intend to remove children off the streets and not to be taken home but to designated centres in each town and city from whence the parents would be expected to collect them.

I see psychiatrists waiting in these centres not for the children alone, but to grill the parents picking up their children before they are released.

Not liking this bunch one iota

http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=20549

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Does he say that in the video?

I don't know much about Chris Coverdale, but the video was decent and calls out some who are responsible for what your saying your against?
I most likely wouldn’t agree with all he has to say, but the video is as good as the info you give, all be it just about the topic of war.


We all know how the so-called ptb will use and twist people’s efforts and make them useful fools; but are you any better? He may be a patsy, just as some could allege about you, but I haven't seen any evidence he's complicit with the so-called ptb or any more naive that you.


That is other than this:

http://www.brianhaw.tv/index.php/legal/485-legal-25012011-formal-compl aint-against

So why has this not been posted before, so it can be verified by Babs Tucker.
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