I am delighted to do so as they will help wake some people up.
He asks that you download*, print* and distribute them so that people learn there is an alternative to sitting in front of the telly wishing it would all stop.
As the old saying has it: if wishes were horses, beggars would ride.
Stop wishing, start printing, and use it as a talking point. Join this campaign!
*PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have printing facilities, contact votenobody at virginmedia dot com and for the cost of posting, a quantity of posters will be sent to you.
I don't do much on the NWO but there are many sites to go and look at for research into what these clowns are up to. The EU is one of my biggest bugbears and there is plenty in my archives but there are others who do it far better. Dig out information, educate yourself, then educate others.
It often surprises me to see other bloggers castigate me because I cite treason all the time. It is as if the crime of treason should be overlooked in favour of arguing the politics or the economics. I strongly disagree. The law can be used too. There is a ton of evidence to support all of my accusations and again, you can search my archives or look elsewhere.
Treason, whether you think the crime is an archaic one or not, remains the most serious crime on our books. Look it up. Learn what Treason is. Look up Misprision of Treason and while you're at it, study Compounded Treason. Then, take a closer look at your elected MP, and your Monarch, and decide whether they are guilty of any or all of those crimes.
When you are loaded up with the facts, get printing.
A bit of paper and ink, and you will have a hot debate on your hands to liven up the pub session. If you still have a local pub, that is. If not, go and wreak havoc in the library or local cafe.
Get people thinking. Let them know that there is something rotten in the state of Denmark. Teach them to recognise the stench of corruption.
Lead them out of the darkness.
If you don't do it, nobody else will.
I only printed a small part of the story. There is much, much more.
Blogger is playing up and I cannot upload an A4 pdf that I was sent for you to look at. Please contact the email address on the posters above for more details.
In the meantime, this email, shared between a few people, was partly the inspiration for the campaign: