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WOLVES IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING

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The mural depicts Shaw and Webb striking the earth with hammers. Across the bottom, the masses kneel in worship of a sack of books advocating the theories of socialism.  H.G. Wells thumbs his nose at the docile masses who, after quitting the Fabians, denounced them a “the new Machiavellians”.


The most revealing component, however, is the Fabians crest which appears between Shaw and Wells. It is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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Wolves in Sheep's Clothing .....read more

The 3 great deceptions of Agenda 21 1992 .....read more
 

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Your right to vote in parliamentary elections
is your most precious right as a citizen.

Your right to vote is...

The sword of your power and the shield of your freedom.
Sword against bad Government. A shield against dictators.
   
They are the greatest guarantee of your freedom.
You can use it to remove bad members or Governments.
 

Your right to vote in parliamentary elections
is a very recent right that emerged from Chartist agitation
in England and Australia in the 19th century.

The Evolution of Your Sword  of Power
By British ‘Chartists’ in the UK 1832-52

  • The Six Point People’s Charter of the London Working Mens’ Association, a group of respectable radicals 1836.
     

  • The Petition of the Birmingham Political Union for these Six Points to become law 1838
    -
    Universal male suffrage
    - Secret ballot
    - Equal electoral districts
    - Payment for members of parliament
    - Abolition of property qualification for members of parliament
    - Annual parliamentary elections.
     

  • The violence in response to Fergus O’Connor’s Northern Star 1839.
     

  • The transportation of two leaders of a brief uprising to Australia . Imprisonment of a number of others for a short time. 1840.
     

  • The second Chartist petition six miles long with over 3,000,000 signatures presented to Parliament and rejected 1842.
     

  • 100’s arrested, and 79 transported in Midlands and Scotland 1843.
     

  • The plan for an immense procession from Kennington Common  to the House of Commons bearing a petition signed by 6 million aborted by the Duke of Wellington’s planned ‘defence of London’.
    By agreement, it went by cab 1848.
     

  • The campaign by Chartists, sent to Australia, to include universal suffrage in the Victorian legislation for self-government 1851-5.


The Evolution of Your Shield of Freedom 1856

By the British barrister, H.S.Chapman

The Victorian shield of freedom was in fact a double shield. It invented the polling booth and identification of voters by roll numbers. This created a double security for the honest voter of his/her vote.

(A) A secret voting process in a polling booth in a secure room.

  • A secret ‘polling’ booth which screened a voter while voting

  • A secure room to ensure voters queued in an orderly manner.

(B) A voter’s electoral roll number was written on the ballot paper.

  • This number was written on the corresponding stub

  • No loose ballot papers nor voting outside polling booths.

Means were adopted to prevent this device being abused.

  • They were only matched with the original ballot paper books if the result of an election in a particular seat was challenged

  • Meanwhile they were sent to the House of Commons for security.

This device of identification of voters by roll numbers broke the deadlock of opposition to a 100% secret ballot, which parliaments rejected as protecting the dishonest voter not the honest voter. It was adopted in many countries, including the UK and USA as the ‘Australian ballot’.

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