Independence Alliance Launches

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Rusere Shoniwa interviews David Fleming of the newly launched political project The Independent Alliance and summarises the contents of their pro national sovereignty manifesto.

Many of us now understand that our parliamentary democracy is a sham. As part of the burgeoning global public-private partnership framework, the UK Government formally announced its partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2019 to promote a regulatory framework favourable to WEF members’ interests. The UK government operates as an extension of global corporate interests and institutions at the expense of national sovereign interests.

National sovereignty is being rapidly eroded to facilitate ever greater transfers of power and wealth to a global corporatocracy. The UK is weeks away from defaulting into amendments to the International Health Regulations that will empower one person at the helm of the World Health Organisation (WHO) to declare a wide array of health emergencies and unilaterally impose pharmaceutical interventions on the entire planet, all underpinned by an elaborate infrastructure of biomedical digital ID and online censorship, paid for with your tax money.

As at the time of writing, our parliament refuses to even debate this historic erosion of national sovereignty, never mind completely rule it out as it should.

A club of wealthy billionaires have targeted town dwellers living in modern industrialised societies for a regime of rationing to be achieved within the next seven years. Those targets will see you and me being rationed to:

“a daily allowance PER PERSON of 44g of meat (enough for two small meatballs), a daily limit of 2,500 calories, which is less than the ration in the Second World War, one short-haul flight every three years, eight new clothing items a year and private cars available for only one in five people.”

Stooges like London’s mayor Sadiq Khan have been tasked with planning and implementing this severe impoverishment, knowing full well that as of 2021, one in five of our UK population (20%) – 13.4 million people – were in poverty, and that things are set to get worse under the current cost of living crisis. 3.9 million in poverty were children.

While our government remains silent about a mountain of debt that is ready to explode the monetary system, the G20 group of nations of which the UK is a member has confirmed its commitment to the implementation of Digital ID and programmable Central Bank Digital Currencies. The combination of these technologies will give the Government the ability to enforce whatever policies they wish to by instantaneously and arbitrarily locking people out of the financial payment system based on dissident behaviour detected by referencing your digital ID record. The dystopian Chinese social credit system is coming soon to the entire Western world.

The question many of us are now asking is: what can we do to reverse these threats to our liberty and standard of living? I spoke to David Fleming who is the founder of the Independent Alliance which is a cross between a political party and a bottom-up people’s movement that, if we can get it to work, could seriously challenge the pathetic Punch and Judy show embodied in the Westminster political process.

The Independent Alliance manifesto at a glance

In preparation for a general election next year, the Independent Alliance will form as a political party and campaign on a manifesto of policies to reverse the horrors described above and many more.

At the front and centre of its manifesto will be policies to restore national sovereignty. These will include strategies like exiting the WHO. As an advanced industrialised nation, the UK has a public health infrastructure more than adequate to deal with emergencies and the WHO’s planned centralised command and control over the globe would be damaging and costly.

Under the rubric of foreign policy, the Independent Alliance manifesto will commit to withdrawing UK support for destabilising military interventions conducted under the auspices of NATO.

Whatever your views on whether we face a man-made CO2-driven climate crisis, the Independent Alliance has assessed the government’s Net Zero policies and is convinced that the proposed cure for the alleged climate crisis will be far more damaging than the ill it purports to address. Simon Elmer’s presentation on Net Zero policies is essential to understand how ill-conceived these policies are and how disastrous they would be if fully implemented. The Independent Alliance is therefore committed to reversing these policies.

Central Bank Digital Currency is a payment system and not a currency. A revamped payment system is not needed because current payment systems are operating very efficiently and effectively. The Bank of England’s CBDC project – the Digital Pound – is a thinly disguised strategy to shift the function of money from a medium of exchange to a medium of control while distracting the public from the very real problem of astronomical debt levels and expansion in the money supply through Quantitative Easing. Expanding its remit into digital currencies also gives the BoE a pretext to regulate, and ultimately eliminate, the private crypto currency market which has grown as a direct result of the failure of Central Bank monetary policy. The Independent Alliance will commit to ending the development of CBDCs and get the BoE to focus on addressing the real threats to financial stability – debt levels and inflation.

The Independent Alliance will also ban public servants from membership of or association with global institutions like the World Economic Forum, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group.

Candidate selection and policy formulation

This election campaign will be run by 650 autonomous committees formed by local groups already active in the “freedom movement” such as Stand in the Park, Yellow Boards and Light Newspaper distributors. The campaign strategy and information will be provided centrally at first with input from the freedom movement and associated research groups.

The selection of Independent Alliance candidates by a local constituency committee will be crucial to the success of the party as a bottom-up people’s movement. In order to ensure fidelity to the manifesto, candidates must pledge to deliver the Independent Alliance election manifesto. Prospective candidates will also be vetted to exclude members of the public who have former or current ties to any existing political parties, globalist institutions or freemasonry.

The aim is to revolutionise the way in which policy is formulated to solve local and national issues by switching from the current top-down centralised formula to a decentralized bottom-up process. There is an abundance of knowledge and talent in local constituencies that has been sidelined and made apathetic by the current top-down, central government policy model. Top-down policy formulation is undemocratic and ineffective because it often fails to take into account local needs and differences, and it is devised by people who all too often are not affected by the outcomes. Independent Alliance MPs will engage with their local constituency committee which in turn will consult with local expertise to formulate policy, both local and national.

How to stay informed and get involved

The Independent Alliance website launches on Monday 9 October. For more information visit:

7 thoughts on “Independence Alliance Launches

  1. If The Light paper is backing this project, it sounds like it may have the legs to mobilise a lot of grassroots freedom activists.

    A couple of criticisms. Towards the end of video interview, David Fleming mentions a system of voting via blockchain. Is this a throwaway idea or central to his project? I immediately become antsy when I see freedom activists advocating for blockchain (or any distributed leger technology) as part of the solution to the incoming digital gulag-and such advocacy seems to be surprisingly prevalent. I am open to hearing arguments as to why adopting the WEF promoted & IBM developed tool to enable the process of total data commoditisation of every human being can be re-appropriated ‘by the people for the people’, but currently it feels about as credible as the idea that SMART internet of things surveillance infrastructure could be used to end child trafficking, or the development of new vaccines is needed to solve the plethora of health issues created by MRNA bioweapons.

    The other thing that seemed a bit incongruent was Fleming’s statement that all other freedom parties must not stand against Independent Alliance candidates in order that the freedom vote not be split. Parties like the Heritage Party, the Freedom Alliance and Vote Freedom Project have put thousands of pounds and thousands of hours into building up their parties from scratch over a period of years. Is it reasonable to ask them to cease all activity, rather than to work together on sharing resources, collaborating over which parties stand in which constituencies and potentially building an umbrella network that enables all to work together on shared political goals?

  2. I must admit to seeing a contradiction here between a “pro national sovereignty” organisation and “a bottom-up people’s movement”. Which is it? Parliamentary sovereignty promotes, as the article itself notes, “a top-down, central government policy model” which is undemocratic and “fails to take into account local needs and differences”. Why should that be defended? In today’s world, many see “sovereign nation-states” as the solution to globalisation, whereas to me the former are just miniature versions of the latter, and based on the same hierarchical principles and lack of proper accountability. True adherence to the principle of subsidiarity would need a commitment to as much “individual” or “community” sovereignty as possible, at the expense of both the national and global levels.

      1. Thank you very much for the link. While not agreeing with all of it, I found the following quote certainly struck a chord: “although nationalism might appear today to be the antidote to global imperialism, it was historically a stepping stone in that direction and can still serve as a veil for concealed ruling-class adherence to globalist agendas.” Centralised nation-state goverments, political parties, unelected globalist agencies – they are all variations on the same theme. You might want to take a look at “Our Enemy, the Government: How Covid Enabled the Expansion and Abuse of State Power” by Ramesh Thakur. The term “representative democracy” is now an oxymoron.

  3. The parliamentary system is a top down centralised system. So why use the parliamentary system? Do we need another political party? Or do we need to do something different? This new party won’t get off the ground. There’s been a few new parties been announced and they’re irrelevant. We need a true grassroots movement and political parties don’t create that, they do the opposite. They destroy grassroots movements, and that includes parties from both sides of the political spectrum. As the saying goes. Google Murray Bookchin. It we want a true decentralised society

  4. The problem with the Independent Alliance is simple, who the hell do they think they are? It is one of these crazy ideas that things are generally unfair so let’s start again, draw a line and begin all over again with a bunch of good guys, you know who you are, not like that other horrible lot, booo to them.
    Let’s be fair, they imply it seems, we know about all the killing and mass murder of all revolutions before so we won’t repeat that of course!!
    Then we go to Parliament……
    Honest, listen, that’s what they are saying!
    I do agree we should all get involved and that together we can mess up the bullies silly games. They are games by the way. . The trouble is we have to keep on doing it. At every opportunity. That includes within the system as it is and many are doing just that.

    The draw another line mentality is repeated within the comments and links above.
    The sad link to the person thrashing around within the complexities of the glossy presentations of world faiths who comes to the conclusion that his Methodist Church did not quite match up to other excitement out there it seems. Suddenly that article delves into goodies and baddies as well! Despite an apparent openness!

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