Survival in the archon realm

Elections part 1

Archons and the trick of democracy – Part 1

In this article, I am going to explore some of the various techniques the archon use via their agents in the corporate and banking industries, to control politicians. In part 2, I will discuss what I consider are the dire consequence of this control.  My argument is that the archons have created the democratic system to trick us into giving our free will away to them. Whilst I have focussed on the British electoral system in this article, these same exact techniques are used in all Western democracies.

On 12th September 2013, Channel 4 in the United Kingdom aired a Dispatches documentary entitled, ‘The Paedophile MP: How Cyril Smith Got Away with It.’

The main focus of the documentary was an interview with two police officers who alleged that they had been investigating Cyril Smith for multiple cases of paedophilia, before he became a politician. The officers believed their case was strong enough to secure a conviction.

However, they cited that before they were able to bring the case to court, the British intelligence services seized all the officers’ evidence. No case was ever brought against Cyril Smith.  He subsequently went on to become a well-respected member of the British parliament.

The documentary did make a convincing case in their investigations  that Cyril Smith was indeed a paedophile and also that the British intelligence had been responsible for obscuring this truth.  However, I believe what the documentary failed to explore were the reasons as to why the intelligence services had made the decision to so effectively protect Mr Cyril Smith.

The Three B’s

The majority of the electorate believe that they vote for politicians to represent them as public servants. Their role is to represent the interests of the people for the greater good of the country.  However, the archon have an unseen agenda and different motives.  They view politicians as mere sales executives, chosen by them, with the unwitting backing of the electorate, to push their unpopular archon policies through Parliament.  The ‘dodgy dossier’ on Saddam Hussain’s weapons of mass destruction is a good example of this.   It is now evident that various Western leaders deceived their electorate in order to gain public acceptance for an illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003.  The British Chilcot enquiry, and more recent declassified documents, reveal that both President Bush and Blair had secretly agreed to invade Iraq approximately a year before the invasion actually took place.  Thus, making the ‘dodgy dossier’ a mere marketing campaign to galvanise public support for their own privately agreed plans.

However, to turn a publically serving politician into a sales executive for the archon policies, requires a corruption of the politician.  It is more effective for the archon if the politician is compliant in serving their interests above the electorates.  A tactic that is frequently used, is to ‘B’ribe the politician.   Therefore, politicians with prior criminal addictions, such as paedophiles or cocaine addicts, due to their addictions, could be considered more suitable ministerial candidates for the archon, as they offer the manipulative leverage needed to Bribe them.   Failing this, there are many means that more morally robust Ministers can be bribed.  For example, financially gains can be lucrative.  Ministers can be offered rewarding executive positions on the boards of large corporations or high-powered jobs in organisations such as the U.N. A few politicians will be bribed with Satanic powers but those rituals are beyond the scope of this article.

Nevertheless, I believe the vast majority of people who go into politics are decent human beings who have honest and honourable intentions.  Their motivations to make a positive impact on the world are genuine so to tackle the honourable candidates who cannot be easily bought the archon have a couple more ‘B’s up their sleeves.

If the politician is not easily corrupted then the second route the archon will take is to ‘B’lackmail the politician using a tactic evident in the Tom Cruise film, The Firm. The first step is to entrap the politician in a compromising position, possibly with a minor at a party where the politician is intoxicated. This ‘evidence’ can then be used as leverage to ensure the politicians’ compliance. Another archon trick is to choose people who already have police files to be politicians. The Intelligence services will give the party whips a file on all the politicians ‘indiscretions’ and unless the politician does as he is told these files get released to the press/police. Sometimes a politician who has previously been controlled with one of the bribery techniques will have a change of heart or be asked to do something for which even the biggest bribe isn’t enough. In this case, it is just switched around and the politician is blackmailed into compliance otherwise it will become known that the politician was accepting bribes.

It should be pointed out here that with both bribing and blackmailing the politician will start out by being asked to do small things such as supporting a particular bill, but gradually as they have been coerced into committing more and more indiscretions and their file of illegal activities gets bigger, they can be blackmailed into doing worse and worse things.

Finally, in the rare case where they have a politician who can’t be bribed or blackmailed, as a last resort, they will ‘B’ump off the politician. Whilst JFK is probably the most famous of these, a good British example is the labour leader John Smith who died suddenly of a heart attack 2 years before Labour got into power, allowing Tony Blair to take his place at the helm. In all fairness, by the time a politician becomes an MP the whips generally have enough on them to Bribe or Blackmail them so it is rare that the Bump off is needed, it is however used frequently in the Entertainment and other industries.

In a BBC interview, ex-Chief Whip Tim Fortescue stated ‘For anyone with any sense, who was in trouble, would come to the whips and tell them the truth, and say now, I’m in a jam, can you help? It might be debt, it might be… a scandal involving small boys, or any kind of scandal in which, erm er, a member seemed likely to be mixed up in, they’d come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did. And we would do everything we can because we would store up brownie points… and if I mean, that sounds a pretty, pretty nasty reason, but it’s one of the reasons because if we could get a chap out of trouble then, he will do as we ask forever more.’

In part 2 I will focus on how the archon use democracy to trick us into giving them our free will and how to defend against their trick.

Updated 13th August 2019 with a link to a You Tube news report about Cyril Smith.

First Published 8th July 2019 with the following introduction:

Welcome to my second article.

I have chosen to split this article into two parts, mainly as people generally agree with the first half but then think I am absolutely bonkers when they read the second half, thus they dismiss the whole article. Therefore, a few weeks for your subconscious to digest the first half is advantageous before moving on.

It is my birthday next weekend and I’m not sure how much free time I will have to work on this, so next Monday I am going to release a descriptive piece of what happens when you die. This will serve as part one of a three-part article about the afterlife.

Until next week.

I leave you in love.