Monday, 15 July 2013


Drummer Boy by Chris Spivey
Chris Spivey, the popular blogger and voice of the alternative media, has waged war against the British government by publishing an article exposing the Woolwich hacking incident as a Government false flag operation.

Having posting his allegations across a number of articles such as This is not anadvert, Tears for a Clown and Drummer Boy, he accuses Prime Minister David Cameron, Home Secretary Theresa May, London Mayor Boris Johnson and London Metropolitan Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, amongst many more, of being instrumental in the fake incident at Woolwich where a serving soldier is said to have been hacked to death.

He goes on to use language which could never to repeated on mainstream news outlets, but here at Guerrilla Democracy, we are more than happy to repeat.

He says ‘Now, I am absolutely positive that the reason this pantomime (The Woolwich Hacking) was played out was in order to turn our great nation of half witted fucktards against the Muslim population.’

‘The fact that the Cunt Cameron and his bunch of perverted thieves have taken part in this amateur dramatic production is absolutely unforgivable. The cunts need hanging.’

In no uncertain terms, Chris Spivey has proved beyond reasonable doubt, that the Woolwich incident is indeed not what it seems.

By meticulously studying every frame of the video and pictures released, Spivey has managed to prove that actors participated in the incident and that the narrative the Government put forward is nothing more than wishful thinking and utter nonsense.

Some high-lighted points:

  1. The released footage is an amalgamation of two sets of footage.
  2. The area of Woolwich in which the incident happened was a closed set, full of actors.
  3. That Lee Rigby is not what he seems.
  4. The eye witnesses and so called heroines who came to comfort the alleged dead body were actresses.
  5. That high placed politicians, military chiefs, Police chiefs and newspaper editors are instrumental in the false flag incident, intended to incite radial hatred against the Muslim communities.
We at Guerrilla Democracy couldn't agree more…

Daily Mail Front-page
Remember the Daily Mail newspaper front page of 1st July 2013? NO' 10 ROCKED BY SECRET LOVE AFFAIR.

The article goes on to state the stunned PM held crisis talks, fearing the scandal would damage his political agenda.

Interestingly that article goes on to reveal that the scandal could ‘blow out of the water any major political set pieces planned by No 10.’

‘Major Political set pieces’, possibly like the Woolwich set piece? We at Guerrilla Democracy think so, yes.

Having highlighted only 5 points raised in the articles, it’s fair to say that Spivey raised dozens more points which prove beyond reasonable doubt that the Woolwich incident was a government false flag operation.

Take the most obvious for example.

Lies, lies and more lies
‘BEHEADED ON A BRITISH STREET’, shouts the Daily Mirror newspaper.

As Spivey points out:

British newspapers were promoting this inaccuracy two days after the incident, fully in the knowledge that no one was beheaded.

As the article states: The entire national press have broken the first rule as set out by the press complaints commission:
1 Accuracy
i) The Press must take care not to publish inaccurate, misleading or distorted information, including pictures.
ii) A significant inaccuracy, misleading statement or distortion once recognised must be corrected, promptly and with due prominence, and – where appropriate – an apology published. In cases involving the Commission, prominence should be agreed with the PCC in advance.
iii) The Press, whilst free to be partisan, must distinguish clearly between comment, conjecture and fact.
iv) A publication must report fairly and accurately the outcome of an action for defamation to which it has been a party, unless an agreed settlement states otherwise, or an agreed statement is published.

Commenting on the apathy of the public towards the Woolwich false flag incident, Spivey says ‘When those who refuse to – or can’t – accept that the Woolwich murder was a government hoax, but can no longer explain the many anomalies surrounding the fiasco, they adopt a “move on/just let it go” approach.

And therein lays the fucking problem.

Apathy at best, complete, and utter insanity at worst.

Why the fuck should it just be allowed to drop?  Those who say it should may not care about their children and grandchildren, but I’m fucking dam sure I care about mine… So bollocks to just letting it go.

To my way of thinking, there should not be a single adult in this country prepared to just let it go.

Therefore, those of you who do care about your children’s future need to demand answers to the questions that I will raise throughout this investigation into the Woolwich hoax… For a hoax, it surely is.’

But make no mistakes, not everyone is convinced of Chris Spivey’s credentials.

Take Dave Alexander for example, who left a comment on the ‘Who the Fuck is Chris Spivey?’ blog published by Guerrilla Democracy and which is repeated here to maintain journalistic balance...

The reason no-one goes after him is because that's exactly the sort of reaction he wants. When someone makes unfounded ludicrous accusations, often the best thing is not to give them the oxygen of publicity.
Chris Spivey is just an abusive, ranting, homophobic, paranoid egotist who loves having his followers fawning over him telling him how clever he is to be so in-the-know about what's really going on in the world. Whilst he may occasionally come up with something approaching reality, he mostly peddles fear and paranoia on many subjects which really don't stand up to scrutiny.
He should spend less of his time rubbishing the Daily Mail (not something any sane person would waste their time doing; it's a fascist rag not worthy of the term "newspaper") and more time considering how hare-brained his theories about Boston, Woolwich, "chemtrails" etc really are.
Anyone remotely taken in by him should try doing a search for whatever his latest conspiracy is and putting "debunked" on the end of it. You might find that however convincing his arguments are; the evidence he sites is very selectively chosen and everything to the contrary is omitted.
Alternative media are just as guilty of misleading the public for their own ends as the mainstream media are.
I'm not religious but there's a quote which bears repeating; "Beware of false prophets":

With a following of 30,000-40,000 hits a day on his website, Chris Spivey can feel confident of galvanizing the support he’ll need to win his war against the government.

His latest weapon, other than his explosive articles, is refusing to pay his Council Tax bill. If 30 to 40 thousand people were to copy his example on a daily basis, local authorities across the country would be in trouble.

As Chris Spivey says, ‘C’mon people, get a fucking grip. Time is running out. Definitely for me it is anyway, if not for all of us.

Let’s go to war. I’m sick to death of these queer cunts.’


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