It’s been such a long time since we’ve heard from Neelu Berry—last we recall, she was snapping photos of Patrick Cullinane in his coffin, and distressing his relatives by showing them the pics and insisting that they were about to bury the wrong person. She’s popped up a few times since then, but mostly just to say things like “Yadda yadda yadda where’s my remedy blah blah”. Not much worth reporting, to be honest.
However, during Neelu’s appearance last month on Andy Peacher’s “Freedom Talk Radio” podcast, she was back and in fine fettle:
You have to scroll ahead to 1:03:08 to get to the good bit, in which Neelu rolls out her new plan for prison reform and urban renewal (not to mention social cleansing):
Is Brian still there, cos I really want to say something else to him….Um, yeah, okay. You know the, uh, remedy? When he says we’re going to lock them up, I really don’t want to lock anybody up. I would love to put them on a little island, so small that when the tide comes in it kind of…goes over. You know, and I’d just like to put them on an island, er, on different sized islands depending on how long they’re gonna take to basically earn out what they’ve been doing, before the tide comes in. And that’s what we call, you know, the immunity offer.
So we could lock ’em up for about three days, before—you know, when they start talking, we’ll put them on an island, that the tide comes maybe every…month? six months? you know, depending on how we feel compassionate enough to allow them to think about it, and then…because we really don’t want to spend our lives running these prisons, we want to knock ’em down, and build some fountains or something nice, you know, where they were.
So basically, anyone Neelu and her gang disapprove of get “the immunity offer”, in which they are put on a small island and “taken care of” by the tide. If that’s the immunity offer, we’d hate to see what a guilty verdict might bring!
And the stone churches, they need to be demolished, where they hold dark energy, and they don’t even face the sunlight, and we want to have these, I dunno, structures that we can see the sky out of when we lie at night, we can see the stars. The dome-shaped things, I guess we can leave them open at the top or something, I don’t know. But we want to think of all the things that we’ve always dreamed about, and then these guys, we’re just going to give them immunity offers, and give them the amount of time to think about it, helping us, coming out with the truth, snitching on their superiors, and then do a (fist dunk?) quickly, and then we’ll welcome them. We will welcome them.
Oh, you’ll welcome them? Imagine our relief.
And if they never had any ill intent, we cannot prosecute them anyway, we can’t charge them with treason anyway, if they’re hostages, they’re under duress, they were made to do things they didn’t want to, even if they say they didn’t want to do it, we have to give them that benefit of that doubt, because they will tell us who’s above them, who’s giving the orders, you know, if they’re genuinely hostages. They will give up the information, once they believe that we are basically not going to dishonour them. We won’t dishonour whistle-blowers who’ve been in fear, and under blackmail or death threats. We know how the system makes them hostages, it’s by luring them into crime, and then photographing, videoing those crimes and using them for blackmail….
We’ll be honest: Neelu is losing us a bit here. We get the bit about how hostages can’t be held responsible, but what if they tell who’s above them, and it turns out that those people are hostages too? What if everyone’s a hostage?
But wait, Neelu is coming to the crux of her argument (we think). She knows who the real baddies are:
And the Charities Commission, this is the thing, is the all-seeing eye: it runs the professional bodies, the educational establishment, they have this free flow of their staff in any country at any time, they escape all checks, passports, identities, so we are making assumptions that these public servants are genuine, their CVs are genuine which they’re not, their identities are genuine which they’re not. You know we’ve got to start at square one, say, “have you got an honest CV?” Most of ’em will say no. “Have you really got a degree from so-and-so place?” “No”. “Are you under your oath, to maintain God’s laws, to serve and protect God’s children?” “No, what are you talking about?”….
Wait, it’s not the Illuminati? Not the Freemasons? Not the Roman Catholic Church, the Jews, or the shape-shifting reptilians from outer space? It’s been the bleedin’ Charities Commission in control of the world all along? Wow. That is the one culprit we would not have predicted.
Oh, and by the way, no one that you see is actually real. Just FYI:
Most of those people have no ill intent. They’re actors. They’ve been told, “This is your name, this is your identity, this is your CV, now go and act this out”. They’ve got an earpiece, they’ve been told what to say, what to do. Most of these police officers doing arrests, they can’t even read out the rights. They’re reading off a piece of paper or their phone. It’s such a comedy that people actually believe that these are real police officers. They’re not. They’re not.
So there you have it: we’re going to drown all the evil-doers after offering them immunity, on special islands where the tides only flow on a monthly or semi-annual basis (we’re going to assume that these islands exist on the Planet Zod, because they sure as hell aren’t anywhere on Earth.) We’re going to tear down the prisons and the churches and put up fountains and dome thingies so we can all camp out under the stars. We’re going to give everyone the benefit of the doubt, except the ones we don’t. And everything that’s wrong in the world is the fault of the Charities Commission.
You heard it here first.