Saying NO to the governments systems of control and spreading TRUTH about our status quo Ξ√ΩLUT↑☼N anyone??



In light of what your government and media have told you in regards of RBS, YOU HAVE BEEN DISTRACTED, sheep would be a word well used around this blog for you (not nice eh? grow up and wake up!) but the truth was never meant to pull any punches was it, so now its time to do something about it, now its YOUR turn, just do as requested above the nice little photo and you can’t go wrong.

So far, all that most of you know in the news right now is that a certain Mr Stephen Hester (as shown bellow) and his buddy Sir Philip Hampton (<< under link) both “gave back” their fucking huge bonuses, and you would be right, but all of that is fuck all compared to what I am about to share with you.

As ever here if you see something highlighted in BLUE its a link for you to discover what I am talking about, all links here are as safe as can be (I found them safe anyway) and will open a new window or tab so you don’t lose this page.

Ok so enough with the trivial stuff and onto the nitty-gritty, the current total UK GDP is currently about 2.2 Trillion dollars  (according to the World Bank), now hold that thought.

The UK Taxpayer own`s 83% of RBS, also a thought to be holding on to.

So we bailed them out to the tune of AT-LEAST  £142 billion which is 223.6784 US$ and we own 83% of RBS, wow, just fucking wow, but wait we are missing something, something you have not been told.

In the years 2007 to 2011 the Federal Reserve Bank gave RBS a little bit of cash to (how much you say), £350 fucking billion which is 541 billion US$ (yes that’s right, over half a trillion dollars)  that’s how much, now back to those thoughts you have been holding, go, go now.

Back so soon?

Did you want proof?

Here have a link to the Federal Reserve Banks own report, has it hit you yet? Let me make it easy for you (again) see pick bellow.

If you never read anything again, read these next two;

Bank of England

Bail outs total

Yay!! you made it this far!!, so what question do you need to be asking your-self right about now? may I make a suggestion? Why the fuck are we suffering with high unemployment, high prices, can’t get a loan, can’t get a mortgage but to name a few, when this one fucking bank got a minimum of ONE FUCKING TRILLION between us and the Fed????? for fucks sake!!

Sorry, my well deserved rant is now over.

Do you still care about that 1 million quid bonus?

If yes, you are not paying attention, if no (well done), spread this far and wide.

And now for some links.

14 responses

  1. Pingback: House of Lords $15 trillion fraud « WAKE UP ORKNEY

  2. GalacticEye

    We are ALL witnesses to the most immense ‘Ponzi Scheme’ ever perpetrated upon humanity..and there are only two alternatives, in my humble opinion..1)- Every human being alive MUST quit feeding the bastards, that entails everyone quits working, everyone quits buying, and everyone stops BEING productive for them, stay home. Now, most would starve, but so would ‘they’. Alternative number 2)- A well placed two-mile wide asteroid, that destroys all but a very few..and those few must be ready to invoke justice upon those who emerge from their bunkers. Anyone have a number 3?

    February 1, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    • Ahh Bill, you have the options I like, cant argue with point one at all, point two may be happening Feb 2013 (Google it), number 3 would be flooding the fuckers out, oh the look on their faces will be priceless lol.

      February 2, 2012 at 6:34 pm

      • GalacticEye

        Apophis? Trouble with that one is they know of it, and would have time to prepare..we need a surprise visitation..of the Chicxulub type, or a GRB..and that’s a great number 3 man! I’ve always thought that the movie “The Blood of Heroes”, was an interesting forecast of the future. [intuitively] 🙂

        February 2, 2012 at 9:15 pm

        • Yup Bill they do indeed, but they say it will miss us, not much of a stretch of my imagination to think they may not be telling us everything, I don’t recall seeing ” The Blood of heros” Bill.

          February 2, 2012 at 10:10 pm

          • GalacticEye

            One of my fav’s..The UK release was called “The Salute of the Jugger”?..a post apocalyptic film featuring an underground complex called the “Nine Cities”, where from the elite ruled. One of the 9 was called “The RED City”..Hmmmm

            February 3, 2012 at 1:13 am

    • My number 3 would be that we all have 10 pints of mild and bitter and a triple strength vindaloo then go and shit down the air intakes for the bunkers….

      February 3, 2012 at 4:27 pm

      • GalacticEye

        Sounds like we have a plan! I currently have an ostomy, it would be easy to just stockpile full 🙂

        February 3, 2012 at 9:53 pm

  3. So the british public own 83% of 1 trillion ….cash it in and send me the check eh, could do with a couple of bottles of voddy and a fish supper!

    February 1, 2012 at 6:23 pm

    • Is that really you Indy? its been a while, ahh wait a min, let me take a look at your comment, sarcasm (check), humour (check), check (check).
      Yup its you alright, welcome back Indy, welcome back.

      February 1, 2012 at 8:55 pm

  4. Neil

    The RBS bailout cost the taxpayer £45.8bn, clearly listed in the ‘cash’ and ‘data for charts’ tab of the spreadsheet (presumably from the BoE or Treasury) that you reference. That’s what was paid for the 83% equity share in the bank that the government now holds which, if all goes to plan, will be sold back onto the market in the future.

    The £1.2tn is a figure for the entire UK banking industry and represents the guarantee that government provided to ordinary depositors to insure their money in the event of a collapse – thus avoiding a run on banks which would bring the system to its knees. You fail to point out that this figure is now substantially lower than at its peak.

    As for the Fed, those numbers are loans that were provided (in return for collateral) to put liquidity back into the system, again to prevent collapse – in this case I’d imagine it was for Citizens Bank which is a US subsidiary of RBS. Note that these were loans (and lots of banks took them besides RBS) which are getting paid back.

    So total cost to UK taxpayers to date is the £45.8bn bailout. Do you not wonder why the entire national debt comes to £1tn? It would be twice that if what you are claiming was true.

    There’s enough wrong with the financial system to make a solid case for changing it without putting this kind of disingenuous spin on the data.

    And if the Bank of England didn’t want me to know about the secret paper on quantitative easing, why is it on their website?

    Click to access speech453.pdf

    January 31, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    • Ok Neil to start off I see your server at Virgin just in-case you wish to fuck me off ok, Right I see where I went wrong on that link and you can consider it removed, according to fig 8 of this chart >>>> <<<< I see a min that we know of at £242 billion, you have commented on an assumed link without checking for your-self where it came from, I knew where it came from and it was not B of E (my bad) but my failing was your failing to, and yes the 1.2 trillion figure was what I thought at the time this to has been amended to the new amount of £242 billion taken from the The Comptroller and Auditor General’s Report on Accounts to the House of Common (I am able to do this because I promote TRUTH here and as such I am able to look again at anything posted here, YOUR disingenuous spin on the data comment is unfounded and fucking out-standing in building your opinion`s character).
      The Feds "bailout" and "if" it is for collateral as you said who would owns 83% of said collateral? if the bank fails (which it will, they all will, the whole fucking thing is going to fail globally).
      Finally "secret?" where did I say fucking secret? was it the "Your not supposed to know this shit" under one of my links? if it was its fucking true, you are not supposed to know this shit, much like you were never supposed to know anything about the workings of banks in our not so distant past, much like we were not meant to know politics in our not so distant past, the B of E stuff is not intended for a certain population is it, cant have the slaves knowing that can we now.

      January 31, 2012 at 11:03 pm

  5. I don’t see you point? (literal question)

    Who do you suppose would have suffered most if the government and the Fed hadn’t intervened with RBS? (rhetorical question)

    January 31, 2012 at 12:23 am

    • In (a very basic) answer at this late hour to your rhetorical question.
      In the short term at-least, some dare I say the upper to middle and upper from middle ground of the population will have suffered, but the long term gains to our respective humanity out-weigh every hard-ship we/they could face, good folk will willingly work to produce what they need and they will willingly work/exchange what they have for what they need, we don’t need cash for that do we?
      If our all knowing (lol) government was truly a voice of the sovereign people, it would have let this and all banks fail in the name of the sovereign people (hint sovereign is you and me not the fucking queen), in doing so we (could have) had a chance to cancel all debt, maybe start a new and better system, maybe some of us could have taken that chance to live free outside the constraints of the controlling financial system, or were we born tied to our status quo? I was not, were you? or are you/we in a position to dictate what we deem best for our fellow humans like the governments are?

      January 31, 2012 at 1:40 am

So what do you think?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s