Sunday, October 21, 2012

The NWO comes to Ruskin College, Oxford

SQA has performed the sad duty of reporting the destruction of archives previously, in Dublin and Iraq and we have looked at the development of threats to documentary heritage whether at the hands of the EU, Common Purpose run Plymouth City Council or NATO.

Ruskin College, Oxford

It is reassuring in a strange sort of way that we are not alone in recognising these events and threats as evidenced in our previous post.

Lord Prescott

This time we turn our attention to the city of dreaming spires, a place, we might have supposed, that was impervious to cultural vandalism. Ruskin College, a bastion of academic support to the Labour movement for a century, has destroyed a large part of its historical administrative records and it seems is set on a course to destroy more. The college has attempted to refute allegations in its latest news pages but this article has something of spin about it. In view of the specific concerns expressed about named record series not mentioned by the college's spin doctors, SQA judges the critics' statements more credible. Leading the critics is Dr. Hilda Kean, a former dean of the college. She provides some background and detail in her article and leading academics have written in protest to The Guardian

Dr. Hilda Kean

Denise Pakeman, a graduate of the college, provides horrifying corroboration in another article. It seems the scandal first came to the attention of the wider public through an article in The Daily Telegragh of 5 October 2012.

Readers of SQA will not be surprised to know that SQA's main priority is to understand exactly how this situation came about. Too often observers focus on the local circumstances or at best seek to explain closures, cuts and under-investment through the convenient national debt crisis. However, to SQA it is clear a pattern has been emerging. We asked Benedict Crumplethorne, principal spokesman for SQA, for his thoughts on developments at Ruskin College.

I am saddened to hear about the partial loss of of the college's archives. However, I am not surprised. This is the latest evidence of two long term trends in the history of British archives, firstly preventable loss exacerbated by lack of safeguards in the form of legislation, which so far extends to protecting other heritage such as historic buildings, ancient monuments, sites of special scientific interest and archaeological remains, etc.; secondly, we are seeing deliberate and systematic cultural vandalism as previously witnessed in Dublin, Iraq and Kosovo. Archives are an anomaly. It is unlikely we will get the necessary legislation because archives have been identified as more damaging to the communist Common Purpose political agenda. To legislate to protect archives would undermine the Communist subversion process. Archives are dangerous because they constitute evidence of previous systems but buildings, archaeology and other cultural remains are less easy for the layman to date, let alone interpret.

We are seeing yet another microcosm of this plan at work. Whilst genuinely motivated, the supporters of Ruskin College's archives fail to see the wider context, something SQA has previously bemoaned in the case of commentators on changes at West Sussex Record Office. The macrocosm is globalist war against all evidence of the nation state, seen as the stumbling block to regional and world government. We note the irony in Lord Prescott's support for the archives: he was the mentor of Julia Middleton, founder of Common Purpose.

To help people understand why the Labour movement should want to destroy its documentary heritage, we should look at the party political events of the months leading up to the 2010 General Election. The Liberal Democrats were negotiating with both Conservatives and Labour to form a coalition government. They could have done this with either but chose the Conservatives. That is by-the-by. However, we see even more significance in David Cameron's New Year's Message for 2010. In this, he stated there were no longer any major policy differences between Labour and Conservatives. Thus it is clear the main political parties have all but merged. They have reached this point because they must obey the treaties, directives, rules, regulations and judgments of the European Union and the European Court of Justice which mean that which ever party is in power, there can be no policy difference, as policy is made by the collectivising EU and its Corpus Juris and Aquis Commaunitaire.

Now do you understand? The new politics is internationalism, globalism and integrationism. The archives of Ruskin College and its Old Labour traditions have no part in this unheralded revolution. More than that, they embarrass the political elite.
We thanked Benedict for this enlightening contribution.

Further reading and useful links
Stop Common Purpose
Common Purpose Exposed
UK Column
Cover up at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College
Video of Julia Middleton analysed for neuro liguistic programming methods

The Party said that Oceania had never been in alliance with Eurasia. He, Winston Smith, knew that Oceania had been in alliance with Eurasia as short a time as four years ago. But where did that knowledge exist? Only in his own consciousness, which in any case must soon be annihilated. And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed -- if all records told the same tale -- then the lie passed into history and became truth. Who controls the past, ran the Party slogan, controls the future: who controls the present controls the past. And yet the past, though of its nature alterable, never had been altered. Whatever was true now was true from everlasting to everlasting. It was quite simple. All that was needed was an unending series of victories over your own memory. Reality control, they called it: in Newspeak, doublethink.

George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four, published in 1949.

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