UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.
Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read
Liberalism (in its classical form) began as a cosmopolitan individualistic worldview and affiliated philosophy—usually a euphemism for plutocracism—where within a society that follows it has the impulses of an urban commercial class and capital as the dominating currents of the society. The movement developed in Europe largely as a reorientation of the basis of Western society against the Ancien Régime of throne and altar. The movement also has heavy influences from freemasonry and the period called the "Enlightenment". Liberals originally began as ideologues associated with libertarianism, but eventually became ideologues about leftism instead of the anti-authoritarian movement that libertarianism is about. Liberals then changed from leftists (the movement of which that Communists infiltrated and corrupted) to be Cultural Bolshevists, which were invented around 1922. Today when people talk about "liberals" they usually refer to socially Liberal Socialists and not classical liberals.
Originally liberalism was about libertarianism. Liberalism was first established as a political outlook with useful elements after the U.S. declaration of independence (1776) and after the Masonic Revolt in France (1789–1794), standing at the forefront of political conceptions of the nineteenth century and first decades of the twentieth century. Liberalism is the ideology that has taken different forms over time: classic and revisionist liberalism, old and new political and economic liberalism, perfectionist liberalism and minimal liberalism.
Most of the founding fathers of the USA were Freemasons and heavily used Freemasonry in their designs. As part of the "Enlightenment", they also were inspired by Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome and built their monuments on this. At the time of the founding of the USA, liberalism was about libertarianism. The USA was about small government and freedoms. Today liberals have changed to leftists, liberal-Bolshevists, basically Stalinists but with pro-degenerate culture and Europhobia added in their ideology. Much of what liberalism has changed into today such as political correctness was inspired from the Soviet Union. The Frankfurt School is the other main inspiration.
Bear in mind that the movement of Freemasonry itself started out as beneficial to society but was infiltrated and got more corrupted. By beneficial to society, that is who wants to live as a poorly paid serf on a farm? Then again there were no farm machines back then and the living space to your neighbors was far away so your home was free from the noise and smells of your neighbors, which today you have to be very rich to be free of that. Of course if your rulers are corrupt they could forcibly starve your population like the English did to the Irish during the potato famine (engineered famine). As an added note, since liberalism eventually devolved into a form of Communism, the Soviet Union and Red China engineered starvation on its own farmers and killed more of them than any mass death of civilians in history.
Liberalism stressed from the outset "tolerance" and "pluralism", the limitation of political power and the separation of powers, individual freedom and private property, uniqueness and inviolability of the individual, individual rights and personal autonomy. According to the British professor John Gray, all these forms of liberalism listed above, they share four elements: individualism, egalitarianism (equality before the law), universalism and progressivism.
Typically, liberal societies are ruled by a Judeo-Masonic oligarchy, which presents itself to the public as a participatory democratic system through elections and sets the agenda of talking points for the parliamentary circus games through social engineering influence in mass media and state education systems.
Liberalism is a political and economic doctrine that is characterized by certain principles such as:
- the principle of maximum equal individual rights;
- the principle of spontaneous self-regulation of the economy;
- principle to minimize the role of the state;
- the principle of reducing the justice to the legal laws.
Criticism of liberal movements includes that it is often atheistic and relativistic, nihilistic and reductionist, instrumental and universal, cosmopolitan and lacking depth.
Socialist Progressive Liberals are focused on advancing a Bolshevistic agenda of sacrificing the individual for the good of the collective, and then just like with the USSR, a small social elite will position themselves as the ruling class elite overseeing the rest of us.
Since the Frankfurt School invented Cultural Marxism around 1922, liberals have shifted from merely libertarian-socialists to Cultural Bolshevists. This shift in the ideology of liberals began around the 1960s counter culture.
The collectivism about the masses changed to be about promoting minority agendas within a society, where a small few are more important than the many. Of course such agendas were really promoting a form of genocide of the majority population in white countries. As seen in South Africa and California, once the minorities become the majority, the nonwhites still get not just the same privileges as before, but they get added privileges of being the majority in power since they as a race do not self-suicide.
The following is a list some people whose personal beliefs and agenda contributed to the diffusion of liberalism:
- Francis Fukuyama
- John Locke
- John Stuart Mill
- Karl Popper✡
- Rockefeller family
- Bertrand Russell
- Adam Smith
- Max Horkheimer✡
- George Soros✡
- Constantin Hlihor, “ Twentieth Century History - Istoria secolului XX”, p.38
- Aurelian Cr?iu?u, “ To be or not to be liberal?”