MPs vote halts UK action over Syria

So MPs have voted against UK involvement in any US led attack on Syria. Maybe even now our politicians are waking up. Rest assured, this will not stop Cameron, and more importantly, the masters that he answers to. People often talk about the “special relationship” between the US and the UK, but in truth this is the relationship between the Royal Institute of International Affairs, based at Chatham House, and the Council on Foreign Relations. These private lobby groups, part of the Round Table network that also includes the Bilderberg Group, are the real architects of British and US foreign policy. This is why you see such continuity in foreign policy, irrespective of who is in “power”. The Round Table Group was established by Cecil Rhodes in 1910 for the purpose of expanding the influence of the Anglo-American elite. The major corporate members of RIIA include BAE Systems Ltd, one of the largest defence contractors in the world; the City of London Corporation (the fiefdom of the British Rothschild’s); Goldman Sachs International; and Lockheed Martin UK. Whilst the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the Chevron Corporation, Goldman Sachs, and Rockefeller owned JP Morgan Chase and Co, are all listed as founders and corporate members of the CFR. War is, after all, big business to these criminal families.

Since its creation in 1921, only Presidents Reagan, boy Bush, and Obama have not been members of the Council on Foreign Relations. Obama, like Bush, is a puppet on a string and his administration is filled with CFR members. The foreign policy of the US and the UK is dictated by the private interest groups who control the CFR and its parent organisation RIIA. That’s why there will never be any “change that you can beLIEve in“.


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