See what I did there? I lied. Or rather, paraphrased some comment-makers from the Daily Mail website about a story that had nothing to do with the EU whatsoever. But more on that later.
First, I want to show you this video I found about the terrifying shady EU organisation that's taking over our ENTIRE Government structure. It's called Common Purpose (ooh, er!), and I found out about it because of the accusing finger pointed in its direction in some of the Daily Mail comments.
Listen carefully, and link some of the different claims together. You'll be shocked to find out that President Bush was a Communist.
It's quite disturbing to discover that there's a terrifying SOCIALIST organisation that has infiltrated all levels of Government, hell bent on stopping any West Country based project designed to help poor people get back into jobs and undertake skills training. Bloody socialists, always attacking the poor and needy.
So what of this "quasi-secret society that doesn't declare itself to ordinary people"? Well, why not visit their very public website and find out for yourself? If you choose to believe what they claim, they're an organisation that promotes best-practice leadership training, which is of course the last thing you'd expect to find throughout the structure of Government.
The website that Brian Gerrish promotes, called EU Truth, paints a harrowing picture of how the Treaty of Lisbon was debated and voted on in the House of Commons, "largely unreported by our controlled press".
That would be the controlled press that was largely skeptical of the Treaty, then. And would allow ordinary people to make fantastic comments such as this on the website of a national newspaper:
"Common Purpose. Google Brian Gerrish and educate yourselves about this organisation that saturates our lives.Well, that comment was clearly let through to make it seem like debate isn't being silenced.
I full expect this comment to be moderated in line with Common Purpose media manipulation.
So, without further ado, for your enjoyment, I give you...
In my next post, I'll actually talk about the Daily Mail article where I saw these sorts of comment. Sadly, it seems many of the commenters can't tell the difference between the EU and the UN. You can read it here before I get around to it (it will require a bit more background reading): Children as young as five to learn about masturbation and abortion under new UN guidelines
Oh, and the draft version of the UN guidelines are linked to from this page: Sexuality education is 'as important as Maths'