United Kingdom

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Not one of the 18 wacko countries where “Holocaust denial”—whatever that is—is illegal.
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Group of Seven (G7): One of seven economically and politically powerful countries—all Western powers—that are members of this elite club.
NATO (joined in 1949)
Home to one or more U.S. military bases.
BRI: Not a member of China’s belt and road initiative.
Jewish Population (2020): 292,000 (Rank = 6)
Jewish Bankers: Belongs to the International Monetary Fund and/or the World Bank, making it a slave to the Jewish bankers.
Recognizes the illegitimate state of Israel.
United Kingdom has 7 Jewish Holocaust memorials or museums.
United Kingdom observes Holocaust Remembrance Day, or its equivalent on January 27 .
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This is what ChatGPT has to say about conspiracy in the United Kingdom:

The United Kingdom, with its long history and global influence, has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories over the years. Here are some examples:

  1. Royal Family: Conspiracy theories surrounding the British monarchy often allege secret agendas, hidden wealth, or involvement in clandestine activities. These theories may speculate about supposed cover-ups, scandals, or even claims of illegitimacy among royal heirs.

  2. Secret Societies and Illuminati: Some conspiracy theories suggest that secret societies, such as the Illuminati or Freemasons, exert covert influence over British politics, economics, and culture. These narratives may involve claims of elite control, manipulation of world events, or hidden agendas for global domination.

  3. False Flag Operations: Like many countries, the UK has been the subject of conspiracy theories alleging false flag operations, in which governments orchestrate or allow attacks or disasters for political gain. Theories may revolve around events like the 7/7 London bombings or the Grenfell Tower fire, suggesting government complicity or cover-ups.

  4. Brexit: The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has sparked various conspiracy theories. Some claim that foreign powers, including Russia, interfered in the Brexit referendum to influence the outcome. Others allege that Brexit was part of a broader globalist plot or a strategy to undermine European unity.

  5. Diana, Princess of Wales: The death of Princess Diana in a car crash in 1997 has led to numerous conspiracy theories. Some allege that her death was not accidental but instead the result of foul play, involving elements of the British establishment or intelligence agencies.

  6. Chemtrails and Geoengineering: Like in other countries, conspiracy theories about chemtrails and weather manipulation exist in the UK. Some believe that the government or other entities are secretly spraying chemicals into the atmosphere for nefarious purposes, such as controlling the weather or population.

  7. Surveillance and Mass Data Collection: The revelations by Edward Snowden about government surveillance programs, including those operated by the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), have fueled conspiracy theories about mass data collection, privacy violations, and state monitoring of citizens.

  8. False History and Ancient Mysteries: Conspiracy theories surrounding British history often involve claims of hidden knowledge, ancient civilizations, or lost technologies. These narratives may intersect with beliefs in ancient aliens, Atlantis, or other pseudoscientific ideas.

As with all conspiracy theories, it’s essential to critically evaluate claims, consider credible evidence, and be wary of misinformation or narratives driven by ideological bias. Many conspiracy theories about the UK lack substantiated evidence and may serve to spread fear, mistrust, or confusion rather than promote understanding.

My Analysis ˆ

Mad Skeptic

At first I thought ChatGPT’s synopsis looked pretty good. On closer inspection, however, it’s pretty insipid. How can one talk about conspiracy in the UK without mentioning Jews?

Let’s start with Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836), a Jewish banker who became one of the richest people in history. A true Jew, Rothschild was in the war business. It was widely believed that he was one of the first people in Britain to learn that Napoleon had been defeated at Waterloo. He reportedly used his secret knowledge to play some financial games that made him obscenely rich at everyone else’s expense.

David Sassoon (1792-1864) was a Jewish merchant who also became one of the richest people in the world. Much of his wealth derived from opium sold to people in China, whose lives were ruined by the drug. When the Chinese government tried to ban opium, Sassoon enlisted the help of the British military. The Opium wars played a starring role in the “century of humiliation” the Chinese so often complain about.

In 1917, while World War I was raging, the British government issued the Balfour Declaration, a public statement supporting the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine. One of the authors was Walter Rothschild. This is one reason many people believe the Jews started World War I, and perhaps World War II as well.

In 1920, The Times of London published an editorial warning of “The Jewish Peril, a Disturbing Pamphlet: Call for Inquiry,” in reference to what is now famously known as the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. In 1921 the Times published an article that supposedly discredited the Protocols.

While the Jews describe the Protocols as one of history’s most sensational conspiracies, others describe it as an eerie example of art imitating life. The supposed debunking of the Protocols may in fact one of history’ greatest strawman arguments. You might think of it as a conspiracy within a conspiracy.

Then there’s World War II, which is popularly said to have been started by Adolf Hitler when he invaded Poland. However, a glance at a map reveals that Poland borders Germany. How was that a world war?

In fact, World War II really started when the colonial British and French declared war on Germany, dragging their overseas colonies into the fray. Since the United Kingdom and France were largely controlled by Jews, it could be argued that the Jews started WWII.

Ironically, WWII resulted in the British empire being significantly downsized. Today, the decline continues as the UK’s economy withers. Perhaps some of those conspiracies backfired.

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