Fascist State Westminster Establishment? – The List!!

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READ BEFORE YOU COMMENT! Now to get to the point I am going to Suggest, I will add the meaning of Fascism, then we can talk it through and ask the question “Are we all in the UK Living in almost Fascism state?” I think it’s a valid question when we understand totally what fascism is and means and does, and of course how it works or doesn’t work. As always I will link to other sources who are asking what I am or just thinking out loud like I am

Alternate History: “Fascist Britain” – Why was this video made?
Via alternatehistorypt on You Tube

Fascism:

Fascism (/fæʃɪzəm/) is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe. Influenced by national syndicalism, fascism originated in Italy during World War I, in opposition to liberalism, Marxism, anarchism and traditional conservatism. Fascism is often placed on the far-right within the traditional left–right spectrum, but some academics call that description inadequate. Fascists identify World War I as a revolution. It brought revolutionary changes in the nature of war, society, the state, and technology. The advent of total war and total mass mobilization of society had broken down the distinction between civilian and combatant. A “military citizenship” arose in which all citizens were involved with the military in some manner during the war. The war had resulted in the rise of a powerful state capable of mobilizing millions of people to serve on the front lines or provide economic production and logistics to support those on the front lines, as well as having unprecedented authority to intervene in the lives of citizens. Fascists view World War I as having made liberal democracy obsolete, and regard total mobilization of society under a totalitarian single-party state as necessary to prepare a nation for armed conflict. To respond effectively to economic difficulties, such a totalitarian state is led by a strong leader — such as a dictator and a martial government composed of the members of the governing fascist party — to forge national unity and maintain a stable and orderly society. Fascism rejects assertions of violence automatically being negative in nature and views political violence, war, and imperialism as means that can achieve national rejuvenation.

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Fasces:

British Union's original flag, a fasces imposed over a blue disc

British Union’s original flag, a fasces imposed over a blue disc

Fasces (/ˈfæsiːz/, Latin pronunciation: [ˈfas.keːs], a plurale tantum, from the Latin word fascis, meaning “bundle”)[1] is a bound bundle of wooden rods, sometimes including an axe with its blade emerging. The fasces had its origin in the Etruscan civilization, and was passed on to ancient Rome, where it symbolized a magistrate’s power and jurisdiction. The image has survived in the modern world as a representation of magisterial or collective power. The fasces frequently occurs as a charge in heraldry, it is present on an older design of the United States ten cent coin and behind the podium in the United States House of Representatives, it is used as the symbol of a number of Italian syndicalist groups, including the Unione Sindacale Italiana, and it was the origin of the name of the National Fascist Party in Italy (from which the term fascism is derived).

So when we analyze the meaning it becomes clear there are remnants of Fascism on show should we look. We can’t confuse Fascism with Nazism because I know many will and do. The USA in my opinion is further up the Fascism road than any 1st World Country that claims democracy rings free. But if it is alive in Britain today be it Northern Ireland, England, Wales or Scotland, what can we do about it? When we read about Fascism we know that when Politics meet commerce then dictates political law, we live, perhaps? in almost Fascist surroundings. I am just hypothesizing here of course. If anyone replies with ‘Stupid, I will call them out for reacting without reading. When David Cameron and Ed ran for political office they were donated money through commerce, oil and banking giant’s, so it leads to the question “When if office do they look out for the people who paid for them to be in power, or do they look out for it’s people” We all know the Tory party today lack any remorse for the well being of it’s people, they take our money and use it for their own selfish needs. One point to note is when we bailed the criminals in banking out, Iceland jailed it’s wrong doing bankers, so Iceland is democratic? Would that be a fair comment? If so, where does this leave hungry Britain? We can’t deny the ruling class in the UK sip the fine wine while the vast majority of the people taste ground water. What do you think?

These people donate to political parties so when in office, the person they backed looks after them

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Search here for who donated to the Tory party: electoralcommission.org.uk

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2015/apr/01/tory-100-industry-captains-party-donors-tax-avoiders

It is very obvious when we just skim through this list to see donations were made so when help is needed GOVERNMENT would  and will and DO help! This is Fascism folks, no if’s or maybe’s. My understanding of Fascism is this. If I am wrong, then blame my M.E 😀 (Joking, al m

Industry Name Donor amount
Pub retailer and brewer Rooney Anand Chief executive of brewery and pub group Greene KingGreene King is embroiled in a long-running legal battle to prove the legality of a controversial tax avoidance scheme.
Leisure and tourism (hotels) Surinder Arora Multi-millionaire founder and chief executive of Arora HotelsMember of the New Enterprise Council, set up in 2007 by then shadow chancellor George Osborne to advise the Conservative party on business matters.
Retailer (jewellery) John Ayton Co-founder of luxury jewellery brands Links of London and Annoushka JewelleryAmbassador for Team 2012, the campaign to support British athletes in the London Olympics.
Retailer (furniture) Richard Baker Chairman of furniture chain DFS and a former chief operating officer of Asda Stores and chief executive of Boots Group.
Online retailer Alex Baldock Former banker and chief executive of online retailer Shop Direct. £1,200
Engineering (construction machinery) Lord Bamford JCB chairman and Conservative life peer. £3,786,249Lord Bamford has donated £86,249 as an individual but JCB has donated £3.7m since 2001
Leisure and tourism (hotels, spas) Duncan Bannatyne Appears on Dragons’ Den and has business interests in health clubs and hotelsHas previously expressed support for Labour party.
Clothing retailer Robert Bensoussan Chief executive of upmarket clothing retailer LK Bennett.
Drinks (beer producer) Lord Bilimoria Founder of Cobra beer. £9,256£9,256 in non-cash donations from Cobra
Product development Charlie Bradshaw Managing director of product development firm Matrix APA.
Sport Baroness Brady Vice chairman of West Ham FC, appears on The ApprenticeConservative life peer, Tory small business ambassador.
Fashion Ray Kelvin CBE Founder of Ted Baker clothing chain.
Manufacturing (packaging) Graham Chipchase Chief executive of multinational packaging company Rexam.
Wholesaler Zameer Choudrey Chief executive, Bestway cash and carry. £2,500£2,500 to Beaconsfield Conservatives. Bestway also donates, most recently giving £8,000
Fashion manufacturer and retailer Neil Clifford Chief executive of shoemakers Kurt Geiger. £15,000
Retailer (fashion) Steven Cohen Chief executive of fashion retailer Blue Inc.
Manufacturer Glenn Cooper Chief executive of bollard manufacturer ATG AccessAppointed by David Cameron in 2013 to work on an EU regulation review to advise the government.
Leisure and tourism (hotels) Andrew Coppel Chief executive of hotels and and leisure business De Vere.
Transport, food, retail, gambling Gerald Corbett Former chief executive of Railtrack and former chairman of Woolworths.
Insurance/financial sector Peter Cullum Executive chairman of insurance firm Towergate Partnership, founder of Towergate Underwriting GroupTowergate Underwriting Group, founded by Cullum in 1997, is listed as a ‘regulated donee’ on the Electoral Commission website, donating £15,000 to Conservative/Unionist members of the 1922 committee. £15,000
Automotive Ron Dennis Chairman of automotive group McLaren and Formula One principalAn official British business ambassador. £151,200Since 2005
Oil and gas Bob Dudley BP chief executiveAmerican citizen.
Communications and retail Sir Charles Dunstone Chairman and co-founder of Carphone Warehouse. £5,000
Engineering (construction machinery) John Elliott Chairman and founder of dehumidifier manufacturer Ebac.
Private equity Mark Esiri Founder of Venrex private investment firmClose friend of David and Samantha Cameron. Helped to coordinate the sale of Smythson in 2005, which resulted in £430,000 payout to Samantha for her shares.
Pub retailer and brewer Ralph Findlay Chief executive of pub group Marston’s.
Gambling Richard Glynn Chief executive of bookmakers Ladbrokes.
Retailer and sport Ben Gordon Former Mothercare chief executive and now senior partner at Powerleague, a five-a-side football group. £9,000
Retailer Julian Granville Chief executive of online and catalogue retailer Boden. £9,000Between 2009 and 2012
Media Peter Grauer Chairman of media group BloombergAmerican citizen. £240,000Bloomberg tradebook Europe has donated more than £240,000
Support services Philip Green Chairman of Carillion, the construction services and facilities management groupA large chunk of Carillion’s business is in public sector contracts.
Property (shopping centres) Michael Gutman Executive director of shopping centre giant Westfield CorporationAustralian citizen. £260,000Westfield Shoppingtowns, a UK subsidiary of Westfield Group, has made a number of donations to the Conservative party totalling more than £260,000
Retail Wendy Hallett Set up Hallett Retail Services after 13 years at Philip Green’s Arcadia group.
Hotels Andy Harrison Chief executive of hotel and coffee shop group Whitbread. Paid £6.4m last year.
Oil Aidan Heavey Founder of Tullow Oil, an oil and gas exploration companyBritish ministers including the then Foreign Secretary William Hague “lobbied strongly” on behalf of Tullow Oil after it became involved in a tax dispute in Uganda. At the time, a spokesman for the Foreign Office said: “It is part of the government’s duty to support British business and British citizens abroad. This case is no different from any other case in which a British company seeks assistance through a UK embassy.”. £61,000Has donated £61,000 to the Conservatives, some through his local constituency Surrey Heath
Banking Oliver Hemsley Founder and chief executive of investment banking firm Numis. £80,000£75,000 to the Conservatives, £5,000 to Boris Johnson
Insurance Joe Henderson Chief executive, Henderson Insurance Brokers.
Banking Vernon Hill American businessman, founder and chairman, Metro bank.
Retail Anya Hindmarch Shoe designer, made a business ambassador in 2011.
Retail Brent Hoberman Co-founder of travel company lastminute.com. Now runs online furniture and design company mydeco.comNon-executive director of Guardian Media Group.
Manufacturing Cassie Hutchings Chief executive of GCH Capital, which runs manufacturing and distribution businessesCassie’s father, Greg “Four Jets” Hutchings, is chairman of GCH and a Tory donor. He resigned from the engineering group Tomkins in 2000 in the wake of allegations over his use of corporate jets, helicopter, and a property. £65,000Through GCH Captial
Property George Iacobescu Chairman and CEO of Canary Wharf Group plcCanary Wharf Group has donated £135,200 to the Tories, £40,000 to Labour and £14,000 to the Lib Dems since the last election. Iacobescu was knighted in 2011. £8,000£8,000
Hospitality Alan Jackson Non-exec chairman of The Restaurant Group and of Playtech, which makes online betting software.
Finance Peter Jackson CEO of Travelex until February 2015.
Online retail Nick Jenkins Founder of moonpig.com. £156,000
Private equity Luke Johnson Chairman of Risk Capital PartnersJohnson previously added his name to a 2010 list of business leaders writing in support of the Conservative party. He previously complained about the 2010 increase in capital gains tax.
Film Ben Latham Jones Director at Ealing Studios.
Kitchenware Richard Joseph Cofounder of Joseph Joseph kitchenware company.
Retail Nadir Lalani Founder of 99p StoresPoundland announced it planned to acquire 99p stores in February 2015 in a £55m cash and shares deal.
Property Nick Leslau Property entrepreneur and boss of PrestburyOwner of Alton Towers. £24,500Donated £12,500 to William Hague in 2009, £2,000 to Michael Gove in 2011 and £10,000 to the Conservative party in 2012
Finance Rhydian Lewis Chief executive of peer-to-peer lending platform Ratesetter.
Hospitality James Lipscombe Managing director of the Chesterford group of companies.
Retail Derek Lovelock Interim chief executive at Mamas and Papas and former chairman of Aurora Fashions.
Electronics Ron Mackintosh Chairman of electronics manufacturer CSR plc.
Entertainment Sir Cameron Mackintosh Theatre producer. £55,000£10,000 to Conservative party in 2001, £10,000 to Boris Johnson in 2008, £10,000 to Conservative party in 2012, and £25,000 to David Warburton, Tory candidate for Somerton and Frome, in 2014
Events/hospitality Edward Mellors Director of events company Mellors Group.
Food/retail Tom Molnar Founder of Gail’s Artisan Bakery.
Construction John Morgan CEO of Morgan Sindall construction firmMorgan Ashurst and Morgan Est, which later merged to form Morgan Sindall, were named in the Scottish affairs committee’s 2013 report as construction companies that were members of blacklisting firm the Consulting Association. Morgan Est said it had “inherited” the Consulting Association’s services when it bought another firm and it had subsequently “terminated” them.
Online retail Matt Moulding CEO of online retailer the Hut GroupIn 2012 the Guardian reported that Hut was shipping products from the US to circumvent VAT regulations.
Retail Stephen Murphy Chairman of Garden Centre Group, former CEO Virgin GroupLabour say £66,314 donation. £6,500
Drinks (beer producer) Jonathan Neame Chief executive of Shephered Neame brewers.
Automotive John Neill CEO of UnipartUnipart has won consulting contracts with the NHS specifically on ambulance services, such as £143,059 worth of consulting to Yorkshire Ambulance Service.
Tourism Nick Newbury Chief executive of creative luxury travel firm Original Travel.
Publishing Jonathan Newhouse Chief executive and chairman of Condé Nast InternationalHolds US and UK citizenship.
PR Richard Nichols Chief executive of PR firm Instinctif Partners.
IT Mike Norris CEO of computer services firm ComputacenterLong-time NHS IT partner/contractor.
Manufacturing (chemicals, technology) Neil Johnson OBE Chairman of Synthomer and E2V.
Law Tim Oliver Chairman of legal and professional services firm Parabis Group. £12,940
Defence Sir Dick Olver Former chairman of defence contractor BAE SystemOlver was knighted in 2013 and stood down as chairman of BAE in February 2014. BAE holds government contracts.
Retail Alan Parker Chairman of Mothercare.
Property Tony Pidgley Founder and chairman of housebuilder Berkeley homesDonated to Boris Johnson: glass paperweight, engraved trowel worth £500, tickets to Berkeley ball. £2,300
PR Jenny Halpern Prince Set up Halpern PR. Daughter of Sir Ralph Halpern, founder of Topshop.
Pharmaceuticals Thembalath Ramachandran CEO of Bristol LaboratoriesBristol Laboratories supplies medicines to Department of Health.
Retail Nick Robertson Founder and CEO of online fashion retailer AsosAwarded OBE in 2011.
Retail and Food Richard Rose Chairman of online electronic retailer AO, chairman of food wholesale businesses Booker and Crawshaw GroupAO floated on London Stock Exchange in February 2014.
Retail Stuart Rose Chairman of Ocado and Fat Face, former executive chairman of Marks & SpencerMade a Tory peer last year.
Retail Chrissie Rucker Founder of home furnishings business the White CompanyInspiring Women Campaign mentor with Samantha Cameron.
Aviation Sir Nigel Rudd Chairman of Heathrow airport, Chairman of aerospace engineering firm Meggitt. £8,000
Defence Rakesh Sharma Chief executive of defence and aerospace firm Ultra Electronics.
Digital Baroness Shields Chairman of London tech cluster Tech City and has held positions running both Google and Facebook’s European operationsTory peer and digital adviser to the prime minister.
Leisure and tourism (hotels) Jasminder Singh Chief executive and chairman of hotels and restaurant firm Edwardian Group.
Motoring Rob Templeman Chairman of RAC.
Financial Services Tidjane Thiam Chief executive of Prudential, soon to head Credit SuisseAdvisor to David Cameron on business. Holds Ivorian and British citizenship.
Branding Sarah Thomson Founder and CEO, Addictive Points.
Leisure and Hospitality (pubs) Simon Townsend CEO of Enterprise Inns.
Leisure and Hospitality (Brewing) Michael Turner Chairman of Fullers, Smith & Turner.
Financial Services Steve Varley Head of EY UK, one of Britain’s biggest accounting firmsEY advises US clients, including Google and Apple, on tax avoidance schemes.
Food Moni Varma MD and chairman of Veetee Rice. £8,000Through company
Film Matthew Vaughn Film producer, owner of Marv FilmsHas served on the committee of Tory fundraising ball. Dined at Chequers with model Claudia Schiffer, according to a Press Association freedom of information request.
Leisure/Property Ollie Vigors Managing director of Longshot Kids, leisure and property company.
Retail Malcolm Walker Founder of IcelandIn 2012, Walker initially refused to pay a £2.5m tax bill for a staff trip to Disney World in Florida, accusing the government of a “tax on fun”. Walker later said he had settled that bill with the Inland Revenue, which he said had made concessions “and we’re very happy with the outcome”. £10,000
Wholesaler Robert Walker Chairman of Travis Perkins.
Food Paul Walsh Chairman of Compass Group, formerly CEO of DiageoFormer member of David Cameron’s business advisory group. While Walsh headed up Diageo, despite average annual profits of almost £2bn, its accounts disclosed £43m a year (little more than 2% of its profits) in average UK corporation tax charges. Diageo has said that it moved a number of its brands to the Netherlands in 1998 and its operations have been “thoroughly reviewed” by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Walsh has criticised tax laws that he says allows others not to pay their fair share.
Construction James Wates Chairman of Wates construction companyAwarded a CBE in 2012. £375,000Through company
Food George Weston CEO of Associated British Foods & director of Wittington InvestmentsA subsidiary of ABF has been accused of tax avoidance in Zambia where ActionAid claimed it had made $123m in profits between 2007-13 and paid “virtually no corporate tax”. ABF said that its Zambian unit “denies emphatically that it is engaged in anything illegal, immoral or in any way designed to reduce the tax rightly payable to the Zambian government.”. £900,000Wittington made £900,000 of donations to the Tories between 1993 and 2005. Trustees of the Garfield Weston Foundation, which owns most of Wittington, were reprimanded by the Charity Commission in 2010 for not considering whether the political donations were in the best interests of the charity. George Weston is one of the trustees.
Automotive Mike Wheeler Owner and founder of vehicle accessory manufacturer Auto Styling Truckman.
Clothing Nick Wheeler Founder of Charles Tyrwhitt shirtsInvested in the same Icebreaker tax avoidance scheme as Gary Barlow. Wheeler said: “In accordance with the relevant tax laws, I have paid tax on my share … and claimed tax relief on any trading issues.”.
Telecoms Charles Wigoder Executve chairman Telecom Plus. £20,000Also loaned £100,000
Food Paul Wilkinson Chairman of Thorntons.
Financial services Will Wyatt CEO of Caledonia Investments. £170,000Through company
Technology Hossein Yassaie CEO of Imagination TechnologiesKnighted in 2013 new year honours.
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