TCTT – Issue 73

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We Are Not In This Together – Mark Taliano

When the tv or government says “We’re in this together,” it’s a lie. We are not in this together. Ruling classes, the billionaire classes, are destroying and raping us. They are destroying lives and our rights and committing crimes against us. At the same time they are fabricating consent from us, the victims, and labelingContinue reading “We Are Not In This Together – Mark Taliano”

Lockdown: A police constable’s perspective – UK Column

The UK Column received the following letter from a serving police officer. His name must remain confidential, for, by speaking up for the law, and for the rights of the British people, he places his job in jeopardy. Such is the nature of our institutions today. We reproduce this letter in full and thank theContinue reading “Lockdown: A police constable’s perspective – UK Column”

A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 4 — Democracy: The Books – UK Column

Self-government or the consent of the governed? One or other of these assumptions about democracy must be a sham if the other is valid. Either we are ruling ourselves, or someone else is ruling us, and one or other of these has to be the preferable model. Democracy has been elevated to the status ofContinue reading “A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 4 — Democracy: The Books – UK Column”

A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 3 — Rights – UK Column

How come we have such different visceral reactions to the assertions “I am entitled to a house” and “I am immune in my house”, even though both entitlements and immunities are kinds of rights? Is it really a step forward that the UN has enumerated “rights” in an International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights andContinue reading “A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 3 — Rights – UK Column”

Video: Is there any professional code of conduct for police?… – UK News In Pictures

Comment from a UK Column member: “Keeping in line with Not Understanding, i thought the people watchers out there might like this. This video i found really interesting to analyse. Here though its the police not understanding. The police through no fault of their own have been conditioned big time a certain way, just likeContinue reading “Video: Is there any professional code of conduct for police?… – UK News In Pictures”

A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 2 — Common Law – UK Column

Why does English have the Norman French word “legal” as well as the Anglo-Saxon word “lawful”? Is the law the Crown’s or ours? Is “jury nullification” the most hazardous phrase to utter near a courthouse? Alex Thomson discusses with David Scott and Mike Robinson how the stirring phrase “the common law” has been understood downContinue reading “A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 2 — Common Law – UK Column”

A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 1 – UK Column

How does government work? Who tells government where to stop? By popular request, and to meet the need of the times, Alex Thomson is joined by Mike Robinson and David Scott to brief dissidents on the Constitution. The podcast will be of interest to overseas listeners too but primarily explores the English and Scots Constitutions,Continue reading “A Dissident’s Guide to the Constitution: Episode 1 – UK Column”