‘Keep Britain Free’ is great sounding banner but what does it mean? It is the name of a campaign and legal action led by Simon Dolan. For a start lets acknowledge that Britain has never been free so it can’t be kept free. Full political freedom has only ever been enjoyed in one place on earth and it was brief. It was in the early years of the United States of America. But sadly, it didn’t last long.
“Keep Britain Free” is a loaded statement with a massive assumption underneath it. But it sounds so good that few will look beneath the surface and ask searching fundamental questions.
There is a famous loaded question “when did you stop beating your wife?” To answer it effectively you must meet the question by refuting its assumption. If you simply answer it you effectively admit to beating your wife. Slogans such as “Keep Britain Free” are as misleading as this. The first question that comes to my mind is ‘what precisely does he mean by freedom?’
If we assume for the moment that Simon means well and has simply chosen an ill-considered title for his campaign, why is he so apparently reluctant to give an interview on this topic? I have been emailing him for months and had a few replies from his “team”, but they go nowhere.
His website invites all-comers to donate to his crowdfunded initiative but offers so explanation of strategy or of his underlying philosophy. Also, no definition of freedom – the very thing he claims to be guarding. When I consider that Britain was not free prior to ‘operation Coronavirus’ and this hoax pandemic, I wonder what he considers freedom to be?
Simon Dolan is a businessman. I don’t have a problem with that, per se. But when I join all the dots together and bear in mind that collecting a large email list on the back of such a popular (yet undefined) bandwagon such as preserving freedom, you have to be suspicious. I would suggest that very few people will be appropriately guarded about offering their support and their money. All we really know is that he is mounting a legal challenge, and to his credit, he talks about it on his YouTube channel.
You may have seen the short film circulating social media recently. It shows old footage of the 1950s along with a soundtrack that claims to be wondering about the future from back in that time. It accurately ‘predicts’ the amazing shrinkage of office equipment into the size of a toaster. It invites you to imagine that you speak to people all over the world from your “keyboard” (even though keyboards, as we know them, did not exist back then), and it ‘predicts’ the pandemic. It all looks very convincing until you engage your brain! Few seem to twig that it is a fake that was obviously not made back when it claims to have been made. It’s so important for us all to have our shit-sifter switched on when we evaluate these things.
The freeman movement of 10 years ago plus failed because it had no definition of freedom and no unifying philosophy. It was effectively just another bandwagon for people to jump on.
Resistance to tyranny needs to be coordinated! If we remain a bunch of disparate individuals each claiming to have an answer while not discussing the issue with each other we will not succeed. The example of the global cabal, the ‘powers that shouldn’t be’, puts us to shame. They have the Bilderberg meetings, the Trilateral Commission, the Club of Rome, the Royal Society, The Tavistock Institute, etc, etc. They are ORGANISED, They research, gain knowledge, plan and test and evaluate their strategy. They know what they are doing.
We must learn from their techniques. I don’t mean to imply that we should copy their purposes, but to point out that we need to pool our resources and to communicate. When thinking individuals come together under a common cause they can be unstoppable. But we haven’t yet reached any meaningful degree of communication between the many different factions that recognise the problem. We are like a bunch of children compared to those who are currently in control.
I would like to call Simon Dolan, Michael O Bernicia, Kate Shemirani, Piers Corbyn, the guys at the UK Column, and everyone else campaigning against tyranny, to come together to discuss what strategy is needed, and how best to proceed. It is necessary to put egos aside in this pursuit of our common goal that first requires an accurate definition and a recognition of the philosophical foundation upon which real freedom rests.
Nigel Howitt, Treehouse Farm
October 11th, 2020