From Patriotic Alternative.
By B Hall
Recently during his weekly show with Dr. David Duke, PA Leader, Mark Collett, rightly called on everybody to now do something, whatever one’s ability, to stand up against these worsening Regime policies under the guise of Covid-19. From Mark’s appeal and the sense of urgency – shared also by Dr. David Duke – I too make an appeal for more people to get active in resisting this psychological operation and tyranny because we are seriously running out of time. But all is not lost and we have some uplifting news that’s come to light from the independent media.
Recently we have heard the figure 5 million un-jabbed being bandied about by the usual suspects in the tribe previously referred to as journalists but now, Presstitues whoring themselves out to the highest bidder.
In a clear case of discrimination and vile hatred against those who simply don’t wish to run the risk of harmful consequences by participating like lab rats in a medical experiment, GB News failure and recipient of some quite salacious claims, Andrew Neil penned the following with the full blessing of Tory rag and turncoat, the Daily Mail.
The figure of 5 million was deliberately falsified to fool the public into thinking the overwhelming majority are now jabbed and there remains only a relatively small number of recalcitrant “refuseniks” who are putting them “all at risk of more restrictions”. Yet, weren’t those jabbed assured of their freedoms upon succumbing to the medical experiment? Alas, if there’s another lockdown they’ll again be imprisoned along with the rest of us. Guess that’s what happens when one trusts the ‘government’. Some folk never learn.
In actual fact, the true figure – according to the Regime’s own statistics – is a staggering 23.5 million who have not had a single jab. Impressive numbers, so the Fakestream media has to be wheeled out to, along with the policy service, enforce policy rather than do its job.
23.5 million who’ve not bought into this nonsense is a hugely significant figure. Try punishing that many people, issuing them fines, and taking them to courts which already have a backlog of over 400,000 cases waiting to be heard.
Here we arrive at the Pereto Principle, also referred to as the 80/20 rule. Put simply, the sociologist, political scientist, and philosopher, Vilfredo Pareto theorised that roughly 80% of consequences come from 20% of causes – which he called the “vital few”. This 20%, the smarter more productive and influential, can elicit change. The Regime’s statistics shown above are based on the estimated 55.98 million (2018) and so the 23.5 million constitutes more than a third and certainly not than less than a quarter vis-a-vis the “vital few” of 20%. This is hugely encouraging.
Like the physical phenomenon of granular convection (the largest particles rising to the surface; the smaller ones collecting at the bottom) perhaps this number can be a game changer? Indeed, one of Pareto’s theories was the “circulation of elites“. Instead of grain, what else rises?: “What it is today is different from what it was yesterday. Every so often, there are sudden and violent disturbances. The river floods and breaks its banks. Then afterwards, the new governing elite resume again and slow process of self-transformation.”
While Pareto believed in elites, he also acknowledged their tendency to over time become insipid. Is this not what we see now? The supposed “elite” owing not to ability, only to the sense that they are seen as “elite”. This apparition is quickly waning: the Tories having been demolished in the recent North Shropshire by-election by the Liberal Democrats who most had long before forgotten.
With more obstacles put in the way of those wanting change, social tensions are rising to the point at which outsiders of considerably more ability insofar as common sense and ideas might rise to overthrow the Regime. It now has considerable opposition, however one might feel about this perceived ‘controlled opposition’. To Pareto, this cycle would start again: “History is a graveyard of aristocracies.”
Now is not the time for talk of elitism and grand designs on the State. The whole polity is corrupt and beyond salvation. Now is the time for talk of populism and nationalism to clear our this expired old guard – of what ever pathetic ribbon it wears; of what ever platitude it offers.
Hold the line, people. Resist, defy, do not comply, because we are many and they are few. Do not resign – let them fire you then seek legal consultation with the only union now standing for the workers and sue your employer.
We are many, they are few. Take a look at the numbers – who are on the right side of history – on Saturday 18th December in London: