Labour Pass Bill To Scrap Bedroom Tax


Labour MP Ian Lavery triumphantly passed a 10 minute bill on scrapping the Bedroom Tax by 226 votes to one, as Coalition whips were reportedly out in the lobby telling MPs not to cast a vote.


The bill will now get a second reading on February 28 and the fight to scrap the policy, as 226 MPs cast a vote in support and just one in opposition to the bill. So, it looks like it will be set forth then.

Those who cast to vote the Bedroom Tax in May have miscalculated the human suffering they have provoked, and MPs should do the moral thing and throw it out. The policy was simply yet another set forth by this government to provoke complete turmoil, and it doesn’t deal with the dilemma of under occupation, as there isn’t sufficient smaller properties for people to move into, and it has to be abandoned.

People aren’t savoring a life of extravagance. They just desire a place to call home, and a bedroom is not spare when carers inhabit it.

The term fairness and Bedroom Tax should not be expressed in the same sentence, and it should be the full and sole aim to sweep away the Bedroom Tax, because it is affecting our most defenseless people. Two thirds of those who are disabled.

There is no advantage to this levy, and it puts far too much strain on people to obtain money that they don’t have, and it has too many drawbacks. The sole appeal to this levy that it has is that it gives the government additional assets that they steal from our pockets to amuse themselves with, including stylish lunch’s in fancy restaurants, champagne lunch’s, and Courtesan’s that they supposedly keep concealing.

In fact everything is concealed, they only tell you want they want to tell you, everything else is kept away from the people, and this is a matter that must be addressed, for we the people are entitled to know what is going on inside the government at all times. It appears there is no self control at all where our government is concerned, they seem to be doing precisely what they want, when they want.

It leaves no doubt that the government is not for humanity, they are just there for themselves, and to treat us like peasants with hardly any status in society. There is no connection between us peasants and the government, the only link separating us is that they want us to cast a vote for them every so often, other than that, we are of very minor importance.

I was convinced that servitude had been eradicated, but in fact it was never abolished, it was merely constructed to look like it had been. This needs to be stamped out immediately, on account of, anyone that does a day’s work to obtain a living, and pays their taxes to the government is living in servitude to another human being, that in itself is slavery.

We all have thoughts of what should be and what should not be going on, however, they are just ideas, we have no driving force to put them into practice. We are the governments economic gain, and they capitalize on us every day, and whilst we are beneficial to them, the cancer inside our government will continue to profit from us.

We are not greedy by design, parenting and society pattern that for us, for when we are born, we are born with a blank canvas, everything after that is a prudently crafted design sewn into our minds. To comprehend the systems of control is to become a scholar of the magicians of supremacy and propaganda.

In order to vanquish our antagonists, or dictators, it’s imperative that we understand how they think and what they believe in. When people just think about mind control, they normally think in terms of the classic conspiracy theory, a proven illustration of apparent mind control.

A project had developed out of an earlier clandestine program, known as Bluebird that was officially molded to counter Soviet advances in indoctrination, nevertheless, in reality the CIA had other goals. To scrutinize modes through which control of a human being may be achieved.

The emphasis of experimentation was narco hypnosis, the blending of mind altering narcotics with carefully hypnotic programming.

One of the most frequent illustrations of mind control in our so-called free and cultured society is the appearance and use of the T.V set. This is not to suggest that all things on TV are harnessed towards indoctrination. They’re not.


However, nearly all the programming on T.V now is streamed and programming by the biggest media partnerships that have interests in defense contracts, such as Westinghouse, and General Electric.

This makes complete sense when you examine how slanted and distorted the news is now. Scrutinizing the conflicts of interest is merely glimpsing the issue, even though to comprehend the multiple ways that lies become truth, we need to analyze the techniques of brainwashing that the networks are using.

Radio is no different in its capability to indoctrinate a population into meekness. Sixty-seven years ago, six million people became unwitting subjects in an experiment in psychological warfare.

It was the night before Halloween, 1938. At 8 p.m. CST, the Mercury Radio on the Air started broadcasting Orson Welles’ radio adaptation of H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. As is now widely known, the story was exhibited as if it were breaking news, with announcements so lifelike that an approximated one million people thought the world was in fact under attack by Martians.

Of that number, thousands succumbed to out-and-out mob hysteria, not anticipating hearing Welles’ explanation at the end of the performance that it had all been a Halloween joke.

According to an investigation that was conducted, this research investigated the power of broadcast media, especially as it pertains to the suggestibility of human beings under the spell of fear.

Experiments conducted disclosed that when a person watches T.V, brain activity shifts from the left to the right hemisphere. The left hemisphere is the bench of logical thought. Here knowledge is divided into its component parts and critically analyzed.

The right brain, nevertheless, treats incoming data uncritically, processing knowledge in wholes, leading to emotional, rather than logical responses. The shift from left to right brain activity also produces the discharge of endorphins, the body’s own natural opiates, so it is conceivable that we become actually addicted to watching T.V, a theory borne out by copious research which have manifested that very few people are able to kick the T.V addiction.

It’s no longer an overstatement to see that the youth today are brought up and educated through network T.V are intellectually inert in their early teens.

The dumbing down of mankind is represented by another shift which happens in the brain when we watch T.V.  Activity in the higher brain regions is diminished, whilst activity in the lower brain regions increases.

The latter, generally known as the reptilian brain, is associated with more primeval mental functions, such as the fight or flight response. The reptilian brain is incapable of distinguishing between reality and the simulated reality of T.V.

To the reptilian brain, if it looks real, it is real. So, though we know on a conscious level it is only a movie, on an unconscious level we do not, the heart beats quicker, for example, while we see a suspenseful scene.

Furthermore, we know the commercial T.V is attempting to manipulate us, nevertheless, on an unconscious level the commercial nevertheless achieves in, say, making us feel deficient till we purchase whatever thing is being advertised, and the effect is all the more powerful because it is unconscious, functioning on the deepest level of human response.


The reptilian brain makes it conceivable for us to sustain as biological creatures, however, it also leaves us defenseless to the manipulations of T.V programmers.


This is where the manipulators use our own feelings as strings to repress us. The contortions and directions we are being moved to are taking place in the subconscious, usually undetected.

Turn on your local newscasting, and you have a few seconds of blue-collar crime, scarcely any white collar crime, a few minutes of sports, misc. Chit chat, random political jibber-jabber, and a look at the weather that no one is gauging accurately.

Narratives zero in on minority criminal groups, and capitalize on the real threat to look much more menacing than they are. Imagine the growing per capita amount of prisoners in the country. Then take into consideration the fact that this is taking place at the same time that our prison rush started. The police on our streets have produced criminals.

The focus is to keep us in a state of panic, that way the elitists can invade an assembly they want to free from fear of consequence. This is the reason why the media is continuing to craft the timeless skill of dehumanization.

The techniques are expanding in their savoir-faire over time as the mind experts that serve the empire continue to learn experimental discoveries as to how the human brain functions, learns, preserves knowledge, and conducts oneself.

People are natural born followers, consequently it’s easy to brainwash them. Stand still in a bustling shopping street and look fixedly at the sky. At some point, somebody will stop and follow your eye gaze. Soon others will stop what they are doing and look up at the sky as well. Before you know it, you have unconsciously gathered a crowd. All looking at the clouds. Not only have you merely recreated an excellent social psychology experiment but you have also formulated your own clique of disciples.

Leadership starts with a follower. For followership is the default setting in our brain, and it starts when we are still in our nappies.


Inside minutes of birth, babies begin copying the facial expression of their mothers, and from the age of about three months they will observe the mothers’ eye gaze.

The mother-infant association is hence the first manner of leadership-followership that we humans encounter, and it is a survival tactic.


There is a tragic story of the North Korean young man, Shin In Guen, who was the first political captive born in a North Korean labor camp to flee and escape the country.


He now lives in Southern California, and is an envoy to a global human rights group. Shin was born in Camp 14 to a mother and father captive with whom he could never develop a normal parent-child relationship.

The prison watchmen were basically his parents on account of, he had to live by their rigid controls, and as a young boy he had to observe civic thrashings and killings in the camp.

When he found out that his mother and brother were intending to flee from the labor camp, he reported them to the officials, and in the presence of his father he had to watch his mother and brother being killed by the prison guards.

Before the killing his mother browsed the crowd and discovered Shin, nevertheless, he declined to embrace her stare.

As he observed his mother suffer, Shin believed that she deserved to die.

When Shin was 23 he fled from the camp himself, and following a few years keeping out of sight in North Korea he escaped across the border to China, and later moved to the United States.

He is still coming to terms with his ordeal, and especially his deception of his mum and brother.

Which goes back to my earlier editorials on Agenda 21, and the restructure of the family unit, which indicates that essentially the state will take supervision of your children, with a clever focus to brainwash them into state authority over family loyalty. Our children will be educated into collectivism.

Therefore, followership is hardwired in the brain and, lucky for us, we normally copy the right kind of people, our parents. However, this extraordinary story exhibits that our hardwired tendencies to follow boomerang when we are exposed to the wrong kinds of models, especially in infancy.

They will have dumbed down our children to the point where they own them. The world is theirs. The smart-growth program also has jobs designated and children will be raised by the state.

You ask yourself how they propose to execute this and make it last, and the answer to that is that you steal a generation of children and you brainwash them so that they accept these concepts and they become Global Citizens in the coming Global Village.

Most importantly, notice the reoccurrence behind the untruths that the politicians and their corporate media groupies tell us. You see, inconceivable misconceptions are formulated as truth, not because it’s rational or demonstrable, but because of the broken record technique.

When you reiterate the same words, the pattern recognition ability of the brain ultimately notes that something is being repeated here and the other person starts to take note of what you are saying. When they recognize they are bashing their head against a brick wall, they will ultimately give up, with most people, this will be pretty swift.

The origin of the broken record name is that a scratch in a now old-fashioned vinyl LP could make it repeat one segment of the record time after time after time.

No matter how ridiculous the falsehood, it’s repeated many times that the brain doesn’t know the difference isolating authenticity and nursery rhymes. This system is miscalculated in its capacity to allow the puppeteers to hypnotize millions of people. If it’s said enough times, you really start to believe it.

The human condition embraces the incomparable traits of being civilised, especially the ultimate concerns of human life. It can be described as the unchangeable part of humanity that is inbred and inherent to human beings and not subject to factors such as sex, species, breeding, or social rank.

It embraces matters such as the meaning of life, the exploration for satisfaction, the sense of curiosity, the inevitability of detachment, and the awareness of the inevitability of death. The human condition is that humans search for purpose, are inquisitive and blossom on new knowledge.

The human condition can be observed as related to the fashion in which the individual interprets and manipulates the cosmos around him in order to serve man’s needs.

Standard conditioning can be illustrated in all aspects of human psychology, all things from speech to emotional responses are just patterns of stimulus and response. All singular differences in behavior are due to different participations of learning.

If you were given a handful of robust babies, well formed, and you brought them up, and then you took one at random, you could teach him to become any sort of specialist you might decide, say a doctor, lawyer, artist, even beggar man or thief, despite of his aptitudes, inclinations, tendencies, intelligences, callings and the ethnic group of his forebears.

Standard conditioning principles involve ascertaining a new behavior by way of the process of association. In easy terminologies, two stimuli are joined collectively to yield a new learned response in a person or animal. A final criticism of classical conditioning theory is just deterministic. This says that it does not allow for any degree of freewill will in the individual.

A definitive study of classical conditioning theory is that it is deterministic. This says that it does not allow for any measure of freewill will in the individual. Predictive programming is an indirect manner of subconscious conditioning provided by the media to familiarize the people with planned societal changes that are intended to be executed.

If and when these modifications are put through, the populace will by now be familiarized with them and will receive them as a natural progress. Imminent programming consequently may be looked upon as a veiled manner of preemptive mass manipulation or mind control, courtesy of our puppet masters.

In the instance of I, Robot… The motion picture.


In this fairly intriguing futuristic motion picture the functioning system of a robot is based on the familiar three laws of robotics first put forward by Isaac Asimov:

Law I: A robot may not harm a human being or, through inaction, permit a human being to come to harm.

Law II: A robot must obey orders given it to by human beings excluding where such orders would clash with the first law.

Law III: A robot must preserve its own continuation as long as such protection does not clash with the first or second law.

These three laws, to which all robots in the service of humankind are fundamentally reduced to, are thematic in the film.

As the story develops, it becomes visible that a serious obstacle surfaces when unconditional submission of the robots to these laws is called for. The cause of which can be determined from the potentially self-contradictory creation of Law I.

To see how this happens, it helps to decipher Law I as in fact consisting of two opposing sub-laws or clauses:

Through action, a robot may not harm a human being.

Through inaction, a robot may not allow a human being to come to harm.

A plight of frustration or disorder on the part of the robot mounts if it finds itself in a situation that includes two human parties employed in an opposition with one and other.

Say, two groups of people are involved in a dispute using lethal coercion. The coping robot is confronted with a predicament, since it may get into a situation in which it is compelled to take protective action regarding one group while being compelled to attack the other group. Consequently, since it cannot do both at the same time, either taking action or refraining from doing so will debauch Law I.

There have historically been ghosts in the machine. Haphazard fragments of code that group collectively to form unforeseen protocols.

Unanticipated, these free extremists induce proposals of free will, creativity and even the essence of what we might call the soul.

Naturally, not everybody will go along with the plans of the robots, the more resistant people will be sacrificed in the process, eventually leading to a police state situation in which liberties of the one who has escaped have been traded in for so called security.

Seeing as the nature of us humans is probably not going to alter, motion pictures such as this help prepare us for a futurity in which we better have traded in a few of our liberties, a for the sake of shielding us from ourselves, lest we undergo a robot uprising of comparable dimensions as that depicted in this film.

Films such as these consciously or subconsciously prepare us to fear ourselves and our future, should we continue on the road of refined puerility and irresponsibility we find ourselves today.

Consequently, the film seems to refer to a police state which may be an inescapable consequence.


Of course, what the movie does not show is what we all know already in Conspiracy Country and that is that nearly all of the larger scale battles that go on in the world are being organized by clandestine hands which endeavor to capitalize on war for the purpose of augmenting expanded authority and encourage their own merchandise of material wealth.

Conflict seems to be more of a result of psychotic, capital grubbing megalomaniacs rather than the combined childishness of human beings.

Of course, we’re not robots, nor are the government human beings… However, their existence makes us into robots that can fulfill certain positions that are looked upon as dubious for mortal beings. There is no empathy from our impresarios that think that our ability is restricted and limited, nevertheless, all things are extremely hush-hush, plus if we try to say anything at all, then we are silenced.

We are inarticulate, and we’re not given any quantification of esteem, we are not held with regard, on account of, we are not looked upon as that significant to our impresarios. So long as we accomplish our duties, and civic obligations, then totalitarianism works exceedingly well.

We are clearly the cog in the wheel, and as long as that goes round without hiatus, then the establishment is satisfied with the robots that turn it. However, we are just a cog in the machine, and all things we purchase and do, merely satisfies the hunger of huge financial conformity which we’re part of.


If we look at this in this frame of reference, we’re overcome to be consumers who amble about shopping arcades and supermarkets, satisfying the hunger of the machine, that in turn, feeds us. Still when uniqueness is subsumed into a vaster whole, a further pattern and truth surfaces, which sits uneasily with each of us who like to believe they are individuals.

We are predictable, and research of crowd movements tells us that crowds tend to move to the right. Even people who like to believe in themselves as in some way free intellectuals and who live outside the box, are simply a personality type, and the coercions of buying and selling even know which merchandise are best targeted at these individuals.

Our very personal identity appears intimidated by the super population of the world. From town to town we converge with people who yield indisputable traits and at times, we even get together with people that are so similar, that they could almost be the identical person.

Genetically this is not shocking, as the hereditary material has been cast far and wide, and combined recollections and impulses are informing the majority. More importantly in our age of instant communications and mass media, we tend to deliberate the equivalent way and reason the equivalent ideas, depending on what we’ve been exposed to.

You might hear somebody say ‘I am “so” not like someone else’, to which you might answer, ‘Really? ‘ In fact, re-wind a few years, and it might be apparent that it was the TV series Friends that familiarized in all English speaking nations that unique utility of the term “so”, and finishing the narrative with a question mark?


In a few ways, the breakdown of certain world barriers is formulating a uniform culture, where we tend to merely be the same sort of person, whether we believe we are or not. We are what the expression “sheeple” has been invented to characterize. With the appearance of modern technology, whether we’re solitary or part of a crowd, our own identity is subsumed into a larger collective and collective learning, and we operate like a cog in a machine…
























Published by Angela Lloyd

My vision on life is pretty broad, therefore I like to address specific subjects that intrigue me. Therefore I really appreciate the world of politics, though I have no actual views on who I will vote for, that I will not tell you, so please do not ask! I am like an observation station when it comes to writing, and I simply take the news and make it my own. I have no expectations, I simply love to write, and I know this seems really odd, but I don't get paid for it, I really like what I do and since I am never under any pressure, I constantly find that I write much better, rather than being blanketed under masses of paperwork and articles that I am on a deadline to complete. The chances are, that whilst all other journalists are out there, ripping their hair out, attempting to get their articles completed, I'm simply rambling along at my convenience creating my perfect piece. I guess it must look pretty unpleasant to some of you that I work for nothing, perhaps even brutal. Perhaps I have an obvious disregard for authority, I have no idea, but I would sooner be working for myself, than under somebody else, excuse the pun! Small I maybe, but substantial I will become, eventually. My desk is the most chaotic mess, though surprisingly I know where everything is, and I think that I would be quite unsuited for a desk job. My views on matters vary and I am extremely open-minded to the stuff that I write about, but what I write about is the truth and getting it out there, because the people must be acquainted. Though I am quite entertained by what goes on in the world. My spotlight is mostly to do with politics, though I do write other material as well, but it's essentially politics that I am involved in, and I tend to concentrate my attention on that, however, information is essential. If you have information the possibilities are endless because you are only limited by your own imagination...

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