On the 25th anniversary (by date) of the Good Friday Agreement, Willie Drennan wonders whether we’re all being fed our latest dose of globalist clap-trap - this time requiring the involvement of the new King.
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the Northern Ireland Protocol/Windsor Framework Agenda is all part and parcel of the wider globalist agenda. As with their global lockdowns, mandates and wars they scheme to gain absolute authority over nation states. The EU is an integral part of the agenda. They are in bed with the World Economic Forum who have openly boasted how they 'penetrate the cabinets of the world' - opposition parties and all.
The British government, supported by parliament has handed over much legal authority to a foreign power. The European Court of Justice will rule supreme over many internal UK issues. The Windsor Framework offers no possible means of escape for the UK. The Act of Union of 1801 and the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement of 1998 have been overridden without giving a say on the matter to the people.
These are the facts folks – regardless of how many times the political and media elites spin the contrary.
It is quite astonishing, with the 25th anniversary of the signing of Belfast/Good Friday Agreement now upon us, that the good and the great don't even mention that this Agreement is now dead in the water of the Irish Sea. Well I suppose to mention it would be difficult without addressing their role in dismantling the trust - destroying the spirit and purpose of that Agreement. A fundamental of the BGFA was that cross-community consent was essential. That's gone, and they know it.
UK and Irish politicos and media commentators are burying their heads in the sand once again. It is as if they are all being controlled and trained to all say the same thing at the same time. At the very least they should be raising concerns and presenting unbiased opinion instead of automatically pumping out the same propaganda that the rest of global media pumps out. I'm old enough to remember the time when real independent-thinking investigative journalists were a thing.
The only British MP so far, in the whole of Westminster, to consistently call a spade a spade is Andrew Bridgen. He seems to be only one capable, or willing, to join up all the dots.
When this MP recently tried to address serious health concerns that challenged the establishment narrative, he was suspended by parliament and by his Conservative Party. Global group-think reigns supreme. Free speech is no longer endorsed or encouraged in the UK.
It is also interesting that Andrew Bridgen was one of only 29 MP's who recently voted against the Windsor Framework - the deal that basically ensures the result of the 2016 Brexit vote will not be implemented in full, as promised by government and parliament.
Meanwhile it has truly baffled me that the anti-NI Protocol activists and politicians have so far collectively refused to join up all the dots. There may be some reasons for this but none of them make any sense at this far-advanced stage of the global proceedings. Why do prominent anti-protocol activists not address the blatantly obvious common enemy within? Lots of people do agree with me but not too many are shouting about it publicly. The Windsor Framework Agenda is a globalist agenda. It is time to come out and call it for what it is.
EU devotees are currently ecstatic but people on the island of Ireland should be concerned about this serious abandonment of democratic process. This should not be an Orange versus Green issue. People on the bigger island of GB should also be concerned. The authorities are using and abusing all of the people. They are playing games and laughing at all the pawns in the game. We are being systematically divided and conquered.
Calling this the Windsor Framework is also a bit suspect. First of all the name suggests it has the blessing of the Royal Family - a sneaky move as they know Unionists in Northern Ireland have traditionally been loyal to the royals.
There is more to this that needs to be explored. It is hard to believe that King Charles and the European Commissioner just had an informal cordial meeting. Okay, the meeting to seal the deal, between Rishi Sunak and Ursula Van Der Leyen, was held in the Windsor Castle Estate. But why was that meeting held at Windsor in the first place? It does seem likely that the whole scenario, name and all, was well planned and choreographed in advance.
But the big question is – was our King Charles actively involved in cementing the deal that compromises the sovereignty of the United Kingdom? He's not meant to be doing that.
Yes, I suppose I am now asking out loud what I have been quietly asking myself - are leading Irish and Scottish Republicans now officially on the same side as leaders of the UK Establishment, including the monarchy? Well they clearly are all on the same side as the EU, the World Economic Forum and the American deep state.
The times they are a-changing quicker than ever before. It's a lot to take in.
What has been so distressing is the almost total absence of any questioning and indeed the right to question. The pillars of democracy have been lost. The opposition is supposed to.....oppose. The press is supposed to question and challenge. We are not allowed even to ask questions. Re history----remember the "deal" wrt the Atlantic ports and Churchill---did not fail because of any loyalty to unionism. Finally it doesn't matter which union N.I is in...with GB or Ireland.......if we have no freedoms in either.
An excellent analysis Jeffrey, thank you. I shall be linking your work in my 'Letter from Great Britain' tomorrow. You have saved me a few hundred words which I couldn't have matched - grateful thanks. :-)