Dale Farm Video – ‘Green Belt’ or War Zone? – TJP Film by Ken O’Keefe

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If you are in the UK you will not be able to see the first part of my video on Youtube, so follow this link to see the entire video on Vimeo;

So this is Christmas, here we are in 2011, full scale World War III ever so close, so many of us wrapped up in the consumer culture that has relegated masses in the West and beyond to wage slavery. At the same time the ever-growing numbers of conscientious people is simply staggering. The powers that be are panicked and their propaganda machine is in overdrive in an attempt to maintain the “necessary illusions” intended to keep us peasants in line. American Presidential candidates are falling over themselves to profess their treasonous loyalty to a foreign power (Israel), and these same prostitutes are falling like leaves in autumn because the people, who used to swallow this garbage up whole, ain’t buying it. 2012 looks to be the year where we go to one extreme or the other, collective insanity and self-destruction, or sanity, justice and ultimately peace.

On this Christmas Day, like many Christmas Day’s past, I hope to do something good, as opposed to the base level conditioned craving for material crap. So today I give a gift to the residents of Dale Farm, to all Gypsies and Travelers who know all too well the sting of injustice. I only wish I could give you more, but the most I can manage is to expose the incredible injustice you experience to this day. England is not a “civilised” nation, nor is the western world civilised, and the ethnic cleansing that just took place at Dale Farm is a stark reminder that illusions aside, we are barbaric in our apathy and actions alike.

When all hell breaks loose, let it be known, I am not with the government, the police, the powerful and the rich, I will stand side by side with the poor, the Gypsies, the downtrodden and the free people who do not buy the bullshit that has been spoon fed to us our entire live’s. As George Bush said “Either you’re with us, or you’re with the terrorists”; well in this 1984esque Orwellian world I state for the record, I ain’t with George Bush nor the individuals he represents or the class he associates with.

Let it be known to the powers that be, many of us fear you not, your days are numbered and there will be justice.


  • December 26, 2011, 12:56 am  

    When a teenager, we used to be told that Britain was a nation of shopkeepers. When I grew up and awoke to the reality of the real world in the sixties I discovered that Britain was mainly a nation of thieves, cut throats, mass murderers, sadists, liars, perverts, blood thirsty criminals, sub humans, and among the worst creatures on planet earth despite all the showing off of their brilliant European culture.

    They are a totalitarian dictatorship still living in a feudal system with suspected blood drinking royalties and murderers. Their Courts and Police are run by Freemasons, paedophiles and homosexuals and they work hand in hand with the greatest criminals of the land and always for the benefit of the elite, the powerful and the rich.

    “Let it be known to the powers that be, many of us fear you not, your days are numbered and there will be justice.”

    Unfortunately, there is no such thing as Justice in Br’ith’ain, the United Kingdom of Judah! And, I say this from personal experience as I never found Justice anywhere.


  • December 27, 2011, 6:50 am  

    Hi Ken, I wish I had the talent/skill to produce clean, quality (in my layperson estimation) videos like yours. Pretty decent editing, sound, etc. … and the narrators voice is awesome.

    While I don’t know any details about laws that apply or laws that have been broken regarding Dale Farm, my humanitarian instinct causes me to sympathize with the plight good people there. It does not seem right that people should get kicked out of their homes, have their homes and/or land destroyed and/or have their services (utilities) cut.

    I must tell you, though, that you went a bit overboard on this video. While struggles between citizens and governments can often be described as “wars”, I think that instead of the extended battle documentary/war-time visuals as analogies (???), it might have been better to state the facts … tell what happened … show those before and after images, tell the viewers where the legal challenges were, where the legal challenges are, explain whether there is ongoing legal contesting, and tell us viewers what … if anything … can be done to help justice prevail. You could easily have left out some of the discussions (more like one-sided arguing) between what appears to be construction (destruction?) workers and the residents of Dale Farm. I’m sure that you (and others?) must have put much time and effort into this video. I can only imagine that it’s been a horrific drama for the residents of Dale Farm, and your footage of the torn-up properties illustrates that, but it looks/feels like you got too sucked-up into Hollywood film production mode and lost sight of conveying information.

    I’m not questioning or criticizing your intentions, but I’m left not really sure about what you you were trying to accomplish. I think you could have said more … told us more … without the heavy theatrics. Thanks.

    • December 27, 2011, 12:55 pm

      Thank you for the feedback John. Keep this in mind however, I have made four films in just over 3 months, when you look at all three of these videos you get a much more detailed account of what has happened at Dale Farm. I have followed the events and done my best to educate and engage. Here are the four videos, with my latest at the top.

      But let me be clear John, I have no desire or aspiration to satisfy the conventional tastes for documentary films. I am attempting to reach people on an emotional level, at a base level of what is right and wrong. I want to engage younger people, instilling the belief that it is “cool to care” about our world. Given this, I can see how you might be disappointed or feel I am off the mark, like I said I appreciate your feedback, but my agenda is probably not what you thought it was. Nonetheless, I will switch up what I do and sometimes facts and figures will be front and centre.

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