THE MOST IMPORTANT VIDEO YOU WILL EVER WATCH ABOUT NWO PLANS BEING IMPLEMNETED. #CalonLân #CovidPurpose #no60Ghznet #ConquestofDough #TheRoadtoSerfdom nihil sub sole novum. @davidgraeber @financialeyes @JoeBlob20 #DebtBomb @DominicFrisby #5gKillGrid @2013Boodicca #No60ghznet “Nid wy’n gofyn bywyd moethus”

Calon Lân
Calon Lân is a hymn well loved by children and adults alike. The tune is by John Hughes (1872 – 1914). The words are by Daniel James (1847 – 1920), better known by his bardic name of “Gwyrosydd”.
Nid wy’n gofyn bywyd moethus,

A Pure Heart
It is difficult to translate the Welsh word “glan” into English. At it’s simplest, it means “clean”. However, it is used in hymns and prayers with a sense of “holy” (c.f., “Yr Ysbryd Glan” – “The Holy Spirit”) or “pure”. Either sense fits this lovely hymn.

I don’t ask for a luxurious life,
the world’s gold or its fine pearls:
I ask for a happy heart,
an honest heart, a pure heart.

Chorus:
A pure heart is full of goodness,
More lovely than the pretty lily:
Only a pure heart can sing –
Sing day and night.

If I wished worldly wealth,
He has a swift seed;
The riches of a virtuous, pure heart,
Will be a perpetual profit.

Late and early, my wish
Rise to heavan on the wing of song,
To God, for the sake of my Saviour,
Give me a pure heart.

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Celtic Baards speak out.

And the Baards of wales would not give praises to the conquering Edward,
instead they spoke words of truth in poem and song
made insolensce by violence of the Crown
and they were burnt at the stake for the truth they Spake.What principality this that burns its priests for speaking truth against the tyrant.
The Baards of Cymru Eire Cornwall Brettagne and Catalonia reach out across the energy of re incarnated spirit and language and once more offer Insolence in Poetry Song ryme and reason to tell the truth thats painted Treason.

Ac y Baards cymru ni fyddai rhoi canmol i’r Edward conquering yn hytrach eu bod yn siarad gair o wirionedd mewn cerdd a chân a wnaed gan drais insolensce y Goron acmaent yn cael eu llosgi wrth y stanc ar gyfer y gwir maent llefarodd. Pa wlad hon sy’n llosgi ei offeiriaid ar gyfer siarad gwir yn erbyn y teyrn.
Mae Baards o Cymru Eire Brettagne Cernyw a Chatalonia ymestyn allan ar draws yynni o ysbryd incarnated ac ail iaith a chynnig haerllugrwydd unwaith yn rhagor ynryme Song Barddoniaeth a rheswm i ddweud y gwir thats Brad peintio

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https://intelligence.weforum.org/

– April 4, 2019

The number one problem of all public debate about politics and economics is the failure to name the state. If this would change, so would public opinion.

There is no shortage of examples. People talk about health care for all, solving climate change, providing security in old age, universal educational access, boosting wages, ending discrimination, and you can add to the list without end.

That’s one side.

The other speaks of national identity, protecting jobs, making us more moral, forming cultural cohesion, providing security against the foreign enemy, and so on.

Obfuscation

All of this, no matter how fancy the language, is obfuscation. What all of this really means is: put the state in charge. What’s strange is the unwillingness to say it outright. This is for a reason. The plans the politicians have for our lives would come across as far less compelling if they admitted the following brutal truth.

There really are only two ways to allocate goods and services in society: the markets (which rely on individual choice) and the state (which runs on compulsion). No one has ever found a third way. You can mix the two — some markets and some state-run operations — but there always is and always will be a toggling between the two. If you replace markets, the result will be more force via the state, which means bureaucratic administration and rule by force. If you reduce the role of the state, you rely more on markets. This is the logic of political choice, and there is no escaping it.

The above paragraph is the great truth of political economy. I’ve never seen any evidence to dispute it. And yet it is the great unsayable truth. Seasons of political rhetoric fly by with no frank discussion of what precisely this or that proposal would require of the state and how that will affect our lives, much less a serious analysis of the risks of making a problem worse by replacing market forces.

Brexit Smexit, Why we should all be feelin the bern and the UK referendum on EU is of no consequence in or out.

Brexit Smexit, Why we should all be feeling the Bern and the UK referendum on EU is of no consequence in or out.

alis…mihi uidetur, rex, vita hominum praesens in terris, ad conparationem eius, quod nobis incertum est, temporis, quale cum te residente ad caenam cum ducibus ac ministris tuis tempore brumali, accenso quidem foco in medio, et calido effecto caenaculo, furentibus autem foris per omnia turbinibus hiemalium pluviarum vel nivium, adveniens unus passeium domum citissime pervolaverit; qui cum per unum ostium ingrediens, mox per aliud exierit. Ipso quidem tempore, quo intus est, hiemis tempestate non tangitur, sed tamen parvissimo spatio serenitatis ad momentum excurso, mox de hieme in hiemem regrediens, tuis oculis elabitur. Ita haec vita hominum ad modicum apparet; quid autem sequatur, quidue praecesserit, prorsus ignoramus. Unde si haec nova doctrina certius aliquid attulit, merito esse sequenda videtur.

  • Translation: The present life of man, O king, seems to me, in comparison of that time which is unknown to us, like to the swift flight of a sparrow through the room wherein you sit at supper in winter, with your commanders and ministers, and a good fire in the midst, whilst the storms of rain and snow prevail abroad; the sparrow, I say, flying in at one door, and immediately out at another, whilst he is within, is safe from the wintry storm; but after a short space of fair weather, he immediately vanishes out of your sight, into the dark winter from which he had emerged. So this life of man appears for a short space, but of what went before, or what is to follow, we are utterly ignorant. If therefore, this new doctrine contains something more certain, it seems justly to deserve to be followed.
  • Book II, chapter 13
  • This, Bede tells us, was the advice given to Edwin, King of Northumbria by one of his chief men, at a meeting where the king proposed that he and his followers should convert to Christianity. It followed a speech by the chief priest Coifi, who also spoke in favour of conversion.

https://notthegrubstreetjournal.com/2019/10/19/and-so-my-fellow-britons-ask-not-what-brexit-will-do-for-you-but-what-brexit-will-do-for-our-country-videoettaceo-grubstreetjournal-bededictarnold-lordhawhaw-surrenderactii/

“And so my fellow Britons, Ask not what Brexit will do for you but what Brexit will do for our Country”. #VideoetTaceo #GrubStreetJournal #BededictArnold #LordHawHaw #SurrenderActii

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“And so my fellow Britons, Ask not what Brexit will do for you but what Brexit will do for our Country.?”

Benedict Arnold

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Lord Haw-Haw

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1945: William Joyce lies in an ambulance under armed guard before being taken from British Second Army Headquarters to a hospital.

Lord Haw-Haw was a nickname applied to the US-born Briton William Joyce, who broadcast Nazi propaganda to the UK from Germany during the Second World War. The broadcasts opened with “Germany calling, Germany calling”, spoken in an affected upper-class English accent.

https://notthegrubstreetjournal.com/2019/01/19/50-years-behind-hand-edmund-burke-and-radio-free-europe/

50 years Behind Hand, Edmund Burke and Radio Free Europe.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_de_Madariaga

at 16.24
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxford_Manifesto

https://liberal-international.org/who-we-are/our-mission/landmark-documents/political-manifestos/oxford-manifesto-1997/

“It is very rare indeed for men to be wrong in their feelings concerning public misconduct; as rare to be right in their speculation upon the cause of it. I have constantly observed that the generality of people are fifty years, at least, behindhand in their politics. There are but very few who are capable of comparing and digesting what passes before their eyes at different times and occasions, so as to form the whole into a distinct system. But in books everything is settled for them, without the exertion of any considerable diligence or sagacity. For which reason men are wise with but little reflection, and good with little self-denial, in the business of all times except their own. We are very uncorrupt and tolerably enlightened judges of the transactions of past ages; where no passions deceive, and where the whole train of circumstances, from the trifling cause to the tragical event, is set in an orderly series before us. Few are the partisans of departed tyranny; and to be a Whig on the business of a hundred years ago is very consistent with every advantage of present servility. This retrospective wisdom and historical patriotism are things of wonderful convenience, and serve admirably to reconcile the old quarrel between speculation and practice. Many a stern republican, after gorging himself with a full feast of admiration of the Grecian commonwealths and of our true Saxon constitution, and discharging all the splendid bile of his virtuous indignation on King John and King James, sits down perfectly satisfied to the coarsest work and homeliest job of the day he lives in. I believe there was no professed admirer of Henry the Eighth among the instruments of the last King James; nor in the court of Henry the Eighth was there, I dare say, to be found a single advocate for the favourites of Richard the Second.”
https://notthegrubstreetjournal.com/2017/03/26/on-the-present-discontents-burke-opined-conquest-of-dough/

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Timonism, The Calvinist strain in Neo Liberal Misanthropy. Zionism, The Money Power Usury and The Petro Dollar. Fall of the Roman Empire 2.0. #OccupyTheEuropeanSpring

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it is “Who you know and what you believe that counts” The Semi Establishment Pelagianism of Bremain. #Brexit #Brino #DominicCummings “Cynics saw what people could be and were angered by what they had become; Timonists felt humans were hopelessly stupid & uncaring by nature and so saw no hope for change”. #antiestablishmentarianism

be more like Vinnie perhaps.

The tragedy of ……………….

 

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