Hi,my mind today has been focused on what it means and what it will take to Survive England when the collapse comes as I believe it will, soon or even sooner.

First off lets be clear I`m no Rambo and have no desire to be,I dont think that for me and the majority of Brits bugging out into the country,living in a wood with a knife and a tent surviving off the land waiting for the starving to die off and the riots to stop is even close to being a realistic idea.

No, bugging IN your own home for me is the answer and that means getting organised and making  prepperations.

Take my advice,start with food,see that two quid youve got in your pocket,well instead of buying a twix or whatever,do yourself a favour and buy as many tins of tomatoes or beans as you can,DO IT! .

Now take your haul home stick them in a spare cuboard out of the way.


Make a mental note to do the same tommorow,this time a bit more or as much as you can afford.

Take the time to read the Blogs on the left there,those guys really know their stuff ,take action,It WILL save your life.

Thats all for now,Ive got some tins of tomatoes to carry home,and some long over due re-organizing to do.

God Bless.



In a speech thanking the progressive politics ‘believers’ of the world, Gordon Brown gives his election speech were he praises the New World Order, urging a new global financial constitution, and heralding a new global age.

This speech clearly shows that Gordon Brown is mad, and New Labour should be kicked out of power, as fast as possible, before the UK is totally destroyed as a nation.H/T Infowars

How Wars Are Made

by Mark Weisbrot

In a visit to Qatar and Saudi Arabia this week, Hillary Clinton said that Iran "is moving toward a military dictatorship," and continued the administration's campaign for tougher sanctions against that country.

What could America's top diplomat hope to accomplish with this kind of inflammatory rhetoric? It seems unlikely that the goal was to support human rights in Iran. Because of the United States' history in Iran and in the region, it tends to give legitimacy to repression. The more that any opposition can be linked to the United States' actions, words, or support, the harder time they will have.

Second, it is tough for anyone – especially in the region – to believe that the US is really concerned about human rights abuses. In addition to supporting Israel's collective punishment of the Palestinians in Gaza, Washington has been remarkably quiet as the most important opposition leaders in Egypt were arrested as part of the government's preparations for October elections. Amnesty International stated that the arrestees were "prisoners of conscience, detained solely for their peaceful political activities".

So what is the purpose of a speech like this? The most obvious conclusion is that it is to promote conflict, and to convince Americans that Iran is an actual threat to their security. Americans generally have to be prepared and persuaded for years if they are to accept that they must go to war. The groundwork for the Iraq war was laid during the Clinton presidency. President Clinton imposed sanctions on the country that devastated the civilian population, carried out bombings, and publicly declared that Washington's intention was to overthrow the government. Although, as we now know, Iraq never posed any significant security threat to the US, President Clinton spent years trying to convince Americans that it did.

President Bush picked up where President Clinton left off; and President Clinton publicly supported his campaign for the war. So did Hillary, and she defended her decision in 2008 even as it looked like it might cost her the presidency.

President Obama is unlikely to start a war with Iran – which would likely begin as an air war, not a ground war – not least because he already has two wars to deal with. But, as in the case of the Iraq war, his secretary of state is preparing the ground for the next president that may have a stronger desire or better opportunity to do so. There is a strong faction of our foreign policy establishment that believes it has the right and obligation to bomb Iran in order to curtail its nuclear programme, and they have a long-term strategy.

The public relations campaign is working. A new Gallup poll finds that 61% of Americans see Iran as "as a critical threat to US vital interests," with an additional 29% believing that it is "an important threat". It is not clear why anyone would believe this; even if Iran did obtain a nuclear weapon, which is still a way off, they would not have the capacity to deliver it as far as the US. Nor is it likely that they would want to commit national suicide, any more than a number of other countries that currently have nuclear weapons.

The Obama team's messaging is not nearly so successful with regard to the issues that the vast majority of the electorate will base their votes on in this year's elections: the most recent ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that 53% disapprove of his handling of the economy.

For the immediate future, foreign policy concerns will likely rank low, far behind the economy, for the electorate. But the Obama team's foreign policy will hurt Democrats in the future. If I believed what Hillary Clinton and the Democratic leadership are telling me, I would have to consider voting Republican. If it's really true that all these people just want to kill us for no reason; that it has nothing to do with our foreign policy or wars; that we can effectively reduce terrorism by bombing and occupying Muslim countries; and that terrorism is the country's most urgent security threat – then why not vote for the party that looks tougher? This will inevitably come back to haunt the Democratic party, as it did in the 2002 and 2004 elections.

Meanwhile, US military spending – by the Congressional Budget Office's relatively narrow definition of the department of defence budget – reached 5.6% of GDP in 2009. Just before September 11, 2001, the Congressional Budget Office projected this spending for 2009 at 2.4% of GDP.

The difference, over 10 years, is more than four times the ten-year cost of proposed healthcare reform.



Ex-bankers sign up as real-life James Bonds

MI6 is recruiting former bankers in the City of London as the intelligence agency seeks out a new generation of spies.

The financial crisis has proved fertile ground for the British Secret Intelligence Service, with some well-travelled and well-heeled individuals turning away from banking in favour of serving their country.

Despite the pay cut, the service is able to play on its James Bond image of glamour and sophistication and offers the opportunity to travel to far-flung destinations in its intelligence-gathering role.

MI6's head of recruitment, who likes to be known simply as "John," said there had been "a lot of people in the city applying to join us" in the past 18 months.

Other professions seeking to join the spy game include doctors, lawyers and workers for non-governmental organizations. "John" said even former radicals could be recruited. He added: "If they can convincingly show over a period of time they had renounced their previous views, then I would be prepared to consider them."

But he said: "A persistent record of working against the legislation of the U.K. government will disbar you from becoming a member of SIS."
However, such a move is controversial in the wake of a suicide bomb attack by a Jordanian extremist that killed seven CIA officers in Afghanistan at the end of last year.

Humam Khalil al-Balawi, who was working as a double agent for the Taliban, had pretended to renounce extremism and been recruited to spy on militants.
MI6 has been infiltrated by double agents before, most notoriously by Kim Philby, one of the Cambridge spies.

MI6 prefers to remain "unseen and unheard," says "John," but the days of a discreet tap on the shoulder from a don at Oxford or Cambridge are gone and the current recruits have attended over 30 different universities.

MI6 is looking for academic high-flyers, with a top university degree, who are well-traveled, have a broad understanding of other cultures and are well-read.

The service is keen to attract more women -- just over a third of fast-stream operational officers are female.

It is also seeking members of ethnic minorities, particularly speakers of languages such as Dari, Pashto, Urdu and Farsi, to serve in and analise Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran.

The agency also wants those who can speak Mandarin to cover China, Korean to deal with the threat from North Korea, and those with knowledge of Russian and Arabic.

"John" said: "We are not targeting any specific community. We aspire to represent the U.K. in its fullness and complete diversity."

Individuals with engineering and IT skills are also sought after as MI6 seeks to harness cutting-edge technology and the Internet.

Referring to the James Bond image, "John" said: "Every so often, there is a gentle approximation between what we see on the screen and what we end up doing."

But he added: "We don't disappear for a month on some sort of personal crusade and there are no Aston Martins in the garage."

The officer, who is in his late 40s and was born abroad, said MI6 had changed enormously in the last 20 years but it was unlikely that the agency would emerge from the shadows just yet.

"It would be a massive cultural shift if we were to adopt a more open posture," he said.

Sir John Sawers was recently appointed as the new chief of MI6, known as "C."

The former career diplomat is expected to bring changes.

His predecessor, Sir John Scarlett, said last year the James Bond image of spies with a "licence to kill" was a long way from reality.

"You need to have a very clear sense because you need to be thinking all the time what is right, what is wrong," he said.
H/T Intel Daily

Banker`s and Spooks.....God help us! 

Proverbs 6:16-19  

There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers.


New Life

In the earliest centuries of the Church, newcomers to the Christian community were baptised at Easter.

It seemed to be the obvious time to do it – Easter, the conquest of death, the beginning of new life – and so it was that it came to be the common practice for bishops, particularly, to baptise and anoint new believers at that great feast.

But of course, believers had to be prepared for this event, prepared by instruction, and prayer, and self-denial.

It was believed that self-denial; fasting and extra prayer was something that, as it were, limbered you up, rather like doing exercises for some great race. It made you more spiritually mobile and agile.

And so that period of preparation for baptism came to be associated with fasting, with prayer and with self-denial.

That's how Lent began. A period where people were thinking about baptism, about the beginning of new life, whether literally as new converts to Christianity or – for the rest of the church – people wanting to renew that sense of commitment.

And still, on Easter Eve, at this day people will renew their baptismal promises in a solemn service in church.

But that also became associated very early on with the forty days that Jesus spent in the wilderness, fasting and praying and discovering what God was asking of him.

In the Gospels we're told that Jesus goes straight from his own baptism into the desert to confront the Devil and to overcome temptation.

And that forty days in the desert became a great image that controlled the sense of the pre-Easter fast, that pre-Easter preparation.

During this period, it became more and more common for churches to strip away some of the decoration, to make themselves look a bit simpler, a kind of outward manifestation of the inner stripping and the inner austerity that was going on.

In the middle ages, in many English churches, the hangings and the decorations in church were replaced with hangings of very coarse cloth – sack cloth.

People would sometimes wear sack cloth and the beginning of Lent was marked by a ceremony where ash was placed on people's heads in memory of their mortality – Ash Wednesday.

In general, the colour used during Lent for vestments and hangings - if it wasn't the use of old and shabby cloth – the colour would be purple, a sombre colour associated with judgement.

But it's important to remember that the word 'Lent' itself comes from the old English word for 'spring'. It's not about feeling gloomy for forty days; it's not about making yourself miserable for forty days; it's not even about giving things up for forty days. Lent is springtime.

It's preparing for that great climax of springtime which is Easter – new life bursting through death.

And as we prepare ourselves for Easter during these days, by prayer and by self-denial, what motivates us and what fills the horizon is not self-denial as an end in itself but trying to sweep and clean the room of our own minds and hearts so that the new life really may have room to come in and take over and transform us at Easter.

Dr Rowan Williams


Hungry? You will be!

Panic buying hits supermarkets as shelves stripped of essentials over snow fears

Supermarkets were stripped of essentials , as weathermen predicted further snow and a prolonged period of freezing weather.

Bread, milk and salt to treat frozen pathways are among the item being swept from the shelves as customers stocked up.

Tesco in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, had several empty aisles today lunchtime, including most bread, toilet rolls and even frozen goods.

Bare: Nearly-empty shelves at a Tesco store as shoppers fear running out of food

One shopper said: ‘Most of the bread had gone, in fact I’d say the selves were 90 per cent empty.

‘A lot of the freezers were empty too where people were buying frozen vegetables and chips - and the toilet roll section was empty as well.’

Many shops are ordering extra supplies to keep up with the demand, but several shelves are still being left bare by snow conscious consumers.

Some shops have even hit record sales targets - with goods flying out of stores in larger quantities than before Christmas.

Tracey May, manager at Costcutter in Exeter, was having to order supplies of salt directly from manufacturers but still couldn’t keep up with demand.

She said: ‘As soon as it comes in, it goes out. This has been going on since December.‘It’s bread and milk that’s selling faster than anything else. The demand for them is really high.‘Sales should be dropping now because it’s after Christmas - but we are actually experiencing record sales.’

A manager at Somerfield in Exeter said: ‘We ran out of salt about two weeks ago. It’s been coming in sporadically but supplies are quite low.
‘This traditionally happens every winter, but with the prolonged cold snap it’s worse than normal.
‘We’re also short of milk. The problem is people panic. If they can eat two loaves of bread, people buy five. They just need to buy enough to go round.’

Matt Crome, store manager at a Spar in Exeter, said a delivery of salt came in over the weekend.
He said: ‘We haven’t been able to get hold of it for some time, since the cold snap first kicked off. I believe people are using it to salt their paths.
‘We have actually had a delivery now, so it’s back in stock.’

Matt Godwin, manager of the Sainsbury’s store in Exeter, said: ‘We’re struggling a bit on salt as people are coming in and buying that, but generally supplies are very good.’

A manager at Morrisons in Plymouth said: ‘With salt, everyone’s got a supply problem, and I have to admit we’re in the same situation.
‘Generally, customers are tending to panic-buy a bit, but supplies of most things are fine.’

Darren Scott, a manager at the Co-op in Heavitree, said lots of customers were buying salt, but deliveries had not been affected.
He said: ‘They are getting the milk and bread in. It’s just the panic-buying that’s making our supplies lower than normal.’

See,a bit of heavy snow and the supermarkets are emptied,imagine if/when a real emergency occurs,will you be going hungry,will your kids be sking you why they can`t have any tea AGAIN.

The Government will NOT! be there to feed you.
H/T Daily Mail 



So much sin in the world,and I have played my part.I have lied,stole and hated,I have known wrath and greed

I have prayed to God and Jesus for forgiveness,I have begged for forgiveness till the tears have rolled down my face.

Is it enough?,I hope so,I try to "sin no more",guilt is a heavy burden,best to not sin in the first place but at times emotions can get the best of even the saints.

This morning I was full of wrath,a woman pushed in front of me in the sandwich shop and inside my head I was calling her and the shop assistant who served her all manner of vile insults,is that a sin?,I think so...I shall pray!

Romans 6:23 

For the wages of Sin is death,but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.




As I drift around the blogsphere I notice the increasing concern about the  Islamization of Europe,some like the chaps in this picture certainly believe in it,are they just blow- hards?