What to do when ‘reality’ perfectly matches one’s ‘confirmation bias’?

The hypothesis is that the ‘multi-polar’ G20 will usher in the NWO taking over from the ‘uni-polar’ G7.

The left hand path of the dialectic, the G7, must take an overtly harsh position (bad cop) which will make the eventual G20 ‘knight in shining armor’ (good cop), right hand path, look good by comparison (however, still managing to undermine fundamental rights).

Theresa May, like the others, is fulfilling her role in this stage play.

They may change the names, timing and tinker with the dynamics according to pubic awareness levels, but this is the essence of what’s going on.

Confirmation bias is being used by May et al to take advantage of the moment post Manchester.

The key to fighting terror is to open up debate, not shut it down.

[update 5 June 2017]

Inevitably …

[22 Jun 2017]

Why do the ‘victories’ keep getting closer to home? Because this ‘war’ is really only about removing your freedoms

“The Home Secretary has taken aim at technology firms over the spread of propaganda, as well as arguing end-to-end encryption technology including popular mobile apps were making terrorist communications more difficult to detect and counter.”

Closer and closer …

Encrytion technology is the last bastion of free speech. We shouldn’t have to go to such lengths to protect fundamental rights. Free speech is free speech whether it’s encrypted or not.




That it’s a tragedy is obvious. The politicians will say it’s how you respond to it that matters … indeed …