View Full Version : So who was pulling their strings?

Peter Presland
03-21-2010, 11:40 AM
This is a video presenting - side by side and synchronised - speeches by by Stephen Harper and John Howard, respectively Prime Ministers of Canada and Australia to their parliaments, 2 days apart on 18th and 20th March 2003 just before the Invasion of Iraq.

It is uncanny. If you need any further evidence that there is an agenda above and beyond the governments of nation states, coordinated and enforced by - by who? what? - then this should clinch the matter. Our 'leaders' really are sock-puppets - their governments really are 'The entertainment division of the military industrial complex'.


Paul Rigby
03-21-2010, 12:01 PM
Comment from the same Youtube page:

Stephen Harper is an AMERICAN. He is an agent of US imperialism and he should be investigated and tied for treason. The Ausies threw Howard out on? his ass. Let's do the same for Harper. VOTE for anyone but Harper and the "Conservative" fascists!

The same goes for the UK's Brown, Cameroon, and Clogg, not to mention our military and intelligence establishments.

Peter Presland
03-21-2010, 04:17 PM
Apparently Stephen Harper maintains that this was:

... a simple case of subordinate plagiarism when pressured to write a speech in a hurry.
Another one for that Mandy Rice-Davies quote in Magda's sig. :laugh:

Bernice Moore
03-21-2010, 05:56 PM
stephen harper is an a/h ...b

Charles Drago
03-21-2010, 08:40 PM
Time for Khrushchev's ropes.

Magda Hassan
03-22-2010, 12:57 AM
Harper was apparently too busy trying to organise the English queen's assassination to write a speech so he borrowed Howard's speech. He got it from Speeches Made Easy whose head office in in Langley Virginia.

David Guyatt
03-22-2010, 09:54 AM
I wonder if groups such as the Bilderbergers/Trilateralists do stuff like this? Their role is to create consensus and coordinate opinion across the spectrum - and although they only have one meeting a year, there seems to be a permanent staff and permanent regional steering committees.

But the coordination of these two speeches is just incredible.

Great find Peter.

Paul Rigby
03-23-2010, 08:23 PM

How Sovereign is Europe? Washington has Murdered Privacy Rights at Home And Abroad

by Paul Craig Roberts

In the Swiss newspaper Zeit Fragen, Professor Dr. Eberhard Hamer from Germany asks, "How Sovereign is Europe?"

He examines the issue and concludes that Europe has little, if any, sovereignty.