"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Behavioural Economics - A Sinister Plot

On 3 January 2011, the Independent newspaper revealed that David Cameron had set up a Cabinet Office Behavioural Insight Team. Formed in July last year, the secretive cell is tasked to "dream up psychological tricks to alter our behaviour" - and on a massive scale.

The Independent article warned how the public is to be reframed or “nudged” into politically acceptable "Social Norms"; starting with healthy eating, voluntary work and tax gathering. While this may seem innocent to some people, these early ‘soft’ targets are already being greatly expanded to include wider central government ideological and political agendas, including Cameron's socialist straitjacket of the Big Society. Elite multi-millionaire Socialist and Tory Chancellor George Osborne has already signed up to Behavioural Economics - another form of mental reframing of individuals and groups, specifically to achieve political economic objectives. Their theory and intent is, that once mentally retrained, we “willingly rush to pay excessive taxes”.

Do the words 'Behavioural Economics' ring alarm bells? They should, because although this post refers to a relatively recent article, the British public have been subject to social conditioning for years.

The British people distrust mainstream politicians. Walk into any pub and you will hear some very strong language when the subject of Blair, Brown, Clegg or Cameron comes up. Yet people still vote them into power.

Actually, only a very small percentage of the population votes these people into power. In the Woodside election, for example, the total turnout of those registered to vote was only about 25%.

The British National Party wants to empower the British people, but mainstream politicians don't want our people to be empowered.

The British people must decide who controls their thoughts.

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