Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, interviewed Caroline Stevens, a human rights activist, statistics expert and financier from the UK. The head of the Foundation learned Stevens’ opinion about how censorship and freedom of speech have changed in the West with the advent of the Internet, found out the reasons for the lack of real political pluralism in the West and discussed the likelihood of a civil split in American society.
Mira Terada: Good afternoon, dear Caroline! Thank you for taking the time to interview the Foundation to Battle Injustice. Please tell our viewers and readers about who you are and what you do.
Caroline Stevens: Good afternoon Mira. Thank you for inviting me to speak with you today. I am a housewife and campaigner against injustice. I previously stood as a candidate for the UK Parliament and prior to that I was a mathematics teacher after qualifying at the age of 35.
M.T.: How do you assess the situation with freedom of speech in the West? What do you think has changed in the last few years?
C. S.: What constitutes ‘freedom of speech’ or ‘freedom of expression’? According to the internet definition, freedom of speech is the power or right to express one’s opinions without censorship, restraint or legal penalty. It is the right to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds by any means. As I see it, the internet is a universal form of communication regardless of whether the people reside in the west or the east having profiles on Facebook, Twitter and so forth. People perhaps don’t realise that since before the beginning of the first World War, publishing houses have been taken over by a select group of people so there has always been a form of censorship in our lifetimes which perhaps went unnoticed until the internet was devised. Now we can read newspaper articles where the comments have been deactivated for example. Wikipedia was founded on 15th January 2001. Who writes the entries? Who controls the narrative? We have an expression in Great Britain which goes – he who pays the piper calls the tune. The person who provides the money for something has the right to determine how it’s spent. Surely the same applies to the internet?
M.T.: Do you think that the artificial restriction of freedom of speech, which has intensified in American society over the past few years, is due to the fact that the ruling Democratic Party is losing its position and the support of voters in the United States?
C. S.:Regardless of Democratic party or Republican party, speech has been increasingly restricted over the years, probably in part due to it being said that the people of the world are ‘waking up’. I generally understand this to mean not everyone these days ‘buys’ the mainstream narrative which they might have done in the past. As I mentioned earlier, he who pays the piper calls the tune. For hundreds of years we have believed in the illusion that we need to be centrally governed with the ‘need’ to ‘vote people in’ in order to exist or survive! Years later, with more and more people being able to read and write that must have posed a danger for the ruling powers and the ‘establishment’ have sought to divide the people and one of their ways was to ensure that the people were split if you like into groups ensuring that propaganda paints a picture of democracy. I remember when the Conservative Party here in the UK was being used by the establishment to implement single sex marriage in church and another political party, UKIP, attracted many of their disillusioned voters. None of this changed anything and after 2016, UKIP became increasingly seen as ‘irrelevant’ and those voters reverted in the main back to the Conservative Party to ensure that the ‘left’, the reds did not hold return to power. As you can see, it’s all a game to the people behind the scenes yet people keep voting and wonder why they get the same result. Another example I might like to quote is that those people who are ‘waking up’ are very taken with new media outlets such as GB News. These outlets are still run by the same people as ones classed as mainstream media. People are absolutely devastated when they learn that GB News has connections with George Soros. Not everyone can handle such facts preferring to shoot the messenger. Alternative media certainly provides an appearance of ‘being’ different but are they different if they are funded by the same people? Did you know that Judas Goats or sheep were literally animals used to lead others to slaughter. Food for thought eh? I remember a lady who produced a YouTube video saying that she wanted to expose some aspect relating to the Maddie McCann and was due to appear on GB News yet when they found out of her intentions the invitation for her to appear was allegedly withdrawn. Has there ever been freedom of speech?
M.T.: According to one of the largest and oldest newspapers in Great Britain, the civil war in the United States is not far off. Opinion polls have shown a loss of faith in democracy among ordinary Americans. How do you assess the likelihood of a split in American society?
C. S.:It is not easy for me to know exactly what is happening in America in reality since I have not stepped foot in New York since June 2019 during my vacation. With regards to opinion polls, being a mathematician, a qualified statistician in fact I am well aware as to how easy it is for questionnaires to produce misleading and skewed results. Perhaps certain results are required so the questions can be ‘arranged’ according to ensure of such a result. How many people have been asked, what are their demographics and is it a representative group taken from the overall population? Otherwise opinion polls are meaningless. Let’s try to look at the facts here. USA like Great Britain invite people to vote for essentially the blue v. red teams yet in reality both teams are financed by essentially the same group of people. The media output relating to Trump for example portrayed a man who would stand up for John Doe (our equivalent is Joe Bloggs) yet in fact he was busy signing executive orders which did not require Congress’ approval. We have a similar situation in Great Britain. People believe that decisions regarding our welfare are debated and decided in Parliament. Were you aware that if you translate Parliament from its French derivative it means ‘speak lies’?
I think that what is happening in the world generally is a proportion of the population ‘waking up’ to not being able to trust in man but because Our Creator has been removed from schools, council meetings and so forth, the people don’t know where or who to turn to. There has been a steady erosion of values which were prevalent say 100 years ago where people worked and worshiped in communities and generally ‘looked out’ for others. This may seem to be a novel concept today. Of course we know that with the majority of households most people are busy, busy, busy with children relocating to places further away to find employment…all by design. I would therefore suggest that if there is a loss of faith in ‘democracy’ (power of the people?) among ordinary Americans are they aware of these executive orders that are happening with presidents in the 20th and 21st centuries? That would surely result in a greater loss of faith wouldn’t it? Are they aware that blue and red teams are really an illusion to keep the people occupied and take their attention away from who is running the internet for example? So has there ever been ‘democracy’? I don’t think so. Has anything ever changed by using the ballot box?
M.T.: The current American president spends more time on vacation than all his predecessors in this post: out of 580 days in power, the 79-year-old president rested 230 days. Do you think this is due to the advanced age of the American leader?
C. S.:I don’t know whether this is true or not. In the UK the prime minister has the same amount of holiday as all MPs. Is this a perception drawn from the media to lead the people to instigate a civil war perhaps? Very little information has been divulged highlighting the previous President’s signing of an executive order to place the United States into the hands of FEMA? Aren’t all these countries corporations registered under maritime law?
M.T.: Please evaluate the cognitive abilities of the current American president. Do you agree with the statement that a number of his statements and actions indicate that it is time for him to resign?
C. S.: I am no doctor. People made similar comments regarding the previous President. These people are all puppets undertaking their acting roles as directed. Acts are passed by actors.
M.T.: Rising inflation in the United States has led to the fact that the US national debt has crossed the $30 trillion mark, which is 11 times more than the level of the US national debt in 1989. Do you think this could lead to a default of the United States in the current conditions?
C. S.: So if I was residing in any country which intended to promote the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network, I would be taking to my knees and praying very hard to Our Creator.
M.T.: The current American president continues to take an active part in the internal affairs of other countries, while the unemployment rate in the United States is hitting historic highs. Why, in your opinion, American politicians are not at all interested in the situation inside their country?
C. S.: Unemployment is going to expand exponentially in every country in the world that promotes the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. So pretty much a worldwide problem wouldn’t you agree?