Surveillance state – global perspective



Is the woolly Woolwich attack designed to pull even more wool over our sheep-like eyes?


As David Icke succinctly explains, the System manages to launch its Agenda by applying the Hegelian Dialect, which boils down to Problem > Reaction > Solution.


The killing on 22nd May 2013, in Woolwich, London, of a drummer/machine-gunner, Lee Rigby, to avenge the deaths perpetrated by British soldiers abroad, sounds very woolly.


“The only reason that we have killed this British soldier is because Muslims are dying daily and so it’s an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth …”.


The version served up on the conventional press media is woolly: according to Scotland Yard’s website, they guarantee having officers on the spot of a crime within 12 minutes. With the nearest police station to the crime scene just 200 metres away, they took 20 minutes. The Press Association describes how crazed the two killers were and their strange behaviour: “horrendous” attack, the two men, in their 20s, just stood around, waving knives and a gun, even asking people nearby to take pictures of them “as if they wanted to be on TV or something”.



But if we zoom out from the version of events displayed on our T.V. channels and take a more global view of things, we may find a link between the Iraq Wars, 9/11 and Woolwich. Taking the Hegelian Dialectic, summarized by David Icke as “problem-reaction-solution” (, there seem to be striking similarities. Both the Iraq Wars and the attacks on the Twin Towers were subsequently used to take away some of our well-earned freedoms disguised as strategies for ensuring our safety.


On 26th May, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, said that it is “essential” to grant intelligence agencies the capacity to access communications data.


Back in August of 2012, Wikileaks posed the question of if we living in a surveillance state in which those Above are watching those Below:


“While ordinary CCTV cameras are often ‘passive’ and monitored by humans, TrapWire-connected cameras, such as ‘pan-tilt-zoom’ cameras, are able to track people, along with license plate readers, called Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) from place to place”, Wikileaks comments.Imagen

Trapwire uses data from CCTV networks to figure out the threat level. Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images


So perhaps we don’t need to get paranoid about Big Brother watching us, because He really is.


Wikileaks is not the only place that whistleblowers pop out of the cupboard from. An NSA whistleblower has told us about how the NSA has access to our FACEBOOK accounts, Google, etc. “Echelon” is nothing in comparison to current spy technology (“Boundless Informant”) that now sneeks into our bedroom and bathroom. And the cynical Bilderbergers, meeting in Watford recently, superficially let journalists and activists near to their still secret meetings that decide on our future without our consent. Meanwhile, the Surveillance State is alive and kicking.


About ianemmett

ESPAÑOL & ENGLISH Translator and interpreter for over 20 years - I get paid for doing something I enjoy. Tonnes of articles translated
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