Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Who wants to live in this man's 'New World Order'

Gordon Brown is an utterly degenerate piece of trash, who has no mandate to govern this country. No one believes a word he says and even the most blindly-loyal labourite must feel shame and nausea when they see the rancid turd he is, paddling his 'New World Order' canoe, preaching the saving grace of globalism in that repugnant way he does; the leathery mouth, the Frankenstein's monster body-movements, the empty, meaningless phrases.

This thief of our gold and pensions, this tool of the bankers, this fraud of an economist, bankrupt of ideas, bankrupt of charm and grace, now plans treachery and treason at G20 - the abolition of democracy and sovereignty, submission to global financial tyranny, under control of the very criminal oligarchs who've dragged the economy down and are busy feeding on its still-quivering corpse.

Fuck G20. Locking my city down - YOU ARROGANT CUNTS!

Fuck Brown, Obama, the banksters and their New World Order.

Sunday, 22 March 2009

Bravo Wikileaks!

The Australian minister in charge of implementing the country's new Chinese-style firewall has been given the proverbial two finger salute from Wikileaks, according to The Register.

The publisher of Wikileaks, Sunshine Press, and its legal adviser Jay Lim said:

"Under the Swedish Constitution's Press Freedom Act, the right of a confidential press source to anonymity is protected, and criminal penalties apply to anyone acting to breach that right. Wikileaks source documents are received in Sweden and published from Sweden so as to derive maximum benefit from this legal protection. Should the Senator or anyone else attempt to discover our source we will refer the matter to the Constitutional Police for prosecution, and, if necessary, ask that the Senator and anyone else involved be extradited to face justice for breaching fundamental rights."

OGC: Office of Government Cockfondlers

This is the logo of the Office of Government Commerce. An article at the Register was referring to the re-branding exercise that gave birth to it:

"According to an inside source, the graphic had allegedly already been inscribed onto mousemats and pens in anticipation of its imminent deployment, but it took OGC foot soldiers around 20 seconds to realise why this particular bit of joss-stick-driven madness was going to end in tears (of laughter)"

I didn't get the joke, until I tilted my head to the left. As we say in blogworld LOL! (This is not news, by the way, but it is to me, so apologies to everyone who saw this last year)

Corporate fascism: how it works

There can be few better examples of the great evil of the corporate state than in HR-875 currently going through Congress. If this bill becomes law, it will destroy what is left of the small farmers, it will destroy organic farming and it will bring the full weight of the law down on anyone who dares to grow their own food in their own backyard. It is law written for and by GM agri-business, in order to wipe out all competition. It is also, it goes without saying, utterly unconstitutional.

Godspeed to the Campaign for Liberty and other groups fighting these motherfuckers.

Defeat HR 875-information flyer

Looking for Mr Goldstein

Hat tip to The Croydonian and Looking for a voice for noting that 42,000 warrantless searches under 'anti-terrorist' laws have led to the sum total of ZERO terrorists being discovered.

Still, at least it helps acclimatise the people to having their rights violated by the state.

Global warming: a fear for every occasion

Aware that the prospect of global warming actually goes down quite well in places like England and Canada, the fear mongers of the global doomsday cult have to find some other factor to terrorise the people into submission to their global carbon tax (key to establishing a world government run by the bankers).

So it is that we are told that global warming, even if it means that we can plant vineyards in Northumbria again, will cause the country to be overwhelmed by a massive population influx. Lurking in the background, as ever, is the agenda for population control AKA mass extermination of the 'useless eaters'.

Malthus rides again.

"infandous street-corner Cromwell"?

The Canadian government likes to be one step ahead in the global lockdown of freedom, so no surprises that George Galloway has been banned from the country due to lobbying from the 'Jewish Defence League'. Now, some may have little time for Galloway, but check out Meier Weinsteen's hysterical threats against church groups and anti-war groups. Contrary to Weinsteen's assertions, this is a question of free speech.

(Hat tip: Infowars)

The people versus the politicians

A recent poll by the BBC discovered 55% of respondents agreed with the statement that 'Britain should leave the EU but maintain close trading links'. The poll also revealed that the current bankster-inspired financial crisis has not softened opposition to joining the Euro currency bloc.

Fortunately for the 'I ♥ EU' crowd, Britain is not a democracy, so the opinions of the people can be dismissed with a limp-wristed wave of the hand. But the politicos know that if they ever allow that particular Pandora's box to open, the 'grand project' is doomed to destruction.

The essential one-ness of the centrist leviathan that poses as Labour/Tory/LibDem can clearly be seen in this encounter between Charles Clarke and Daniel Hannan. Clarke, predictably, doesn't give a flying fuck what the people think, but at least he's coherent in his multiple stinking lies.

(N.B. Video posted by UKIP with some commentary)

Saturday, 21 March 2009

When America had a President

Dwight D. Eisenhower's farewell address to the nation, famous for its warning against the acquisition of power by the 'military-industrial complex'. Wise and prophetic words.

Hedge funds and the global economic meltdown

From WriterJudd's YouTube channel:

"Short selling hedge funds lit the spark that led to the global economic meltdown. Now they want to help craft the laws Congress will pass to fix our broken regulatory system. That's insane. "

View Part 2 here.

View Part 3 here.

Thursday, 19 March 2009

Into my own thing

I can't embed it, but this is worth visiting at YouTube:

Funkadelic - "into my own thing/what is soul?"

This is good too: "Standing on the verge of getting it on"

Mommy, what's a quadrillion?

Tom Foremski, writing at Silicon Valley Watcher explains:

"Quadrillion? That is a number only super computing engineers and astronomers used to use, not economists and bankers!"

Not any more, because USD 1.144 Quadrillion (USD 1,144 Trillion) is the size of the derivative blackhole that is currently swallowing the world economy.

To put that figure into context, the article continues:

1. The entire GDP of the US is about USD 14 trillion.

2. The entire US money supply is also about USD 15 trillion.

3. The GDP of the entire world is USD 50 trillion. USD 1,144 trillion is 22 times the GDP of the whole world.

4. The real estate of the entire world is valued at about USD 75 trillion.

5. The world stock and bond markets are valued at about USD 100 trillion.

6. The big banks alone own about USD 140 trillion in derivatives.

7. Bear Stearns had USD 13+ trillion in derivatives and went bankrupt in March. Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Lehman Brothers and AIG have all 'collapsed' because of complex securities and derivatives exposures in September.

8. The population of the whole planet is about 6 billion people. So the derivatives market alone represents about USD 190,000 per person on the planet.

(Hat tip: Infowars)

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Liberty versus state-mandated medicine: the early years

"During the course of my examination, I have been asked questions which implied that I had taken up this subject and written on it without the full and accurate information befitting a man of science. I admit that this is, to some extent, true; but my answer is that I did not take it up as a question of pure science. If it had remained a question of medical science and practice, I should not have troubled myself about it, and certainly not have written on it. But from the moment when, through the great influence of the medical profession, a medical dogma was enforced by penal law, it became a question of politics, a question of personal liberty. When almost every week I read of men fined or imprisoned for refusing to subject their children to a surgical operation which they (and I) believed to be, not only useless, but injurious and dangerous, I felt impelled to aid, if ever so little, in obtaining a repeal of a cruel and tyrannical law. I could not wait years to study the question in all its intricacies and obscurities while men were being daily punished, as I believed, unjustly. Liberty is, in my mind, a far greater and more important thing than science . . ."

Alfred Russel Wallace, concerning testimony he gave at a Royal Commission inquiry on vaccination in 1890

Trails of destruction

Am I the only person in London to be bothered by the constant destruction of what few blue skies we get by plane trails everywhere, hanging there, spreading, covering the sky, turning it from a sunny morning to a cloudy noon?

Am I the only person who looks up?


Wallowing in other's shortcomings

Let's all join in moral condemnation of the woman who 'abandoned her children' and jetted off to Spain for a week and is now facing jail.

They didn't come to any harm. They had plenty of family around. The older girl was 14 - hardly a toddler. Maybe the mother was wrong - but if her absence in Spain for a few days was so detrimental, sending her to jail is worse.

Sunday, 15 March 2009

The captivity of Edmund

Ruminating on the fate of Balthasar Gérard put me in mind of a certain scene from Blackadder, wherein Edmund encounters a torturer whilst being held to ransom by a certain Count Ludwig.

(Find Part II and Part III here)

Je presente

I saw an article on the singer Alain Bashung at Liberation, so checked him out. Pas mal.

Above: "Residents de la Republique".

Below: "Dehors".

Hardcore justice

I was recently interested by an article about the Dutch Republic and the rise of the House of Orange, which mentioned the assassination of William the Silent, which is billed as the first such killing of a head of state by use of a handgun. It seems trigger-man Balthasar Gérard did a grave disservice to the cause of freedom by murdering the Duke - a contract killing ordered by the King of Spain - but I couldn't help feeling a bit sorry for the guy by the end of his mortal punishment.

Wikipedia tells us:

"As William the Silent climbed the stairs to the second floor, he was spoken to by the Welsh captain, Roger Williams, who knelt before him. William put his hand on the bowed head of the old captain, at which moment Balthasar Gérard jumped out of a dark corner. Gérard drew his weapon and fired three shots at the stadtholder. William the Silent collapsed. His sister knelt besides him, but it was too late. 'Mon Dieu, ayez pitié de moi et de mon pauvre peuple.' ('My God, have mercy on me and on my poor people.') are reportedly his last words.

In the meanwhile, Gérard had fled through the side door and ran across the narrow lane, pursued by Roger Williams. He had almost reached the ramparts, from which he intended to jump into the moat. On the other side a saddled horse stood ready. A pig's bladder around his waist was intended to help keep him afloat. However, he stumbled over a heap of rubbish. A servant and a halberdier of the prince who had raced after him caught him.

When called a traitor by his captors, he is said to have replied, "I am no traitor; I am a loyal servant of my lord." "Which lord?" they asked. "Of my lord and master, the king of Spain".

At the same time more pages and halberdiers of the prince appeared and dragged him back to the house under a rain of fists and beatings with the butt of a sword. From the talk he heard he thought that the prince was still alive. "Cursed be the hand that missed!" he yelled.

At the house he immediately underwent a preliminary examination before the city magistrates. Upon being interrogated by the magistrates, he showed neither despair nor contrition, but rather a quiet exultation. He said that "Like David, he had slain Goliath of Gath."

The magistrates sentenced that the right hand of Gérard should be burned off with a red-hot iron, that his flesh should be torn from his bones with pincers in six different places, that he should be quartered and disemboweled alive, that his heart should be torn from his bosom and flung in his face, and that, finally, his head should be taken off.[1]

In the first night of his imprisonment Balthasar Gérard was hung on a pole and lashed with a whip. After that his wounds were smeared with honey and a goat was brought to lick the honey off Gérard's bruised skin with his sharp tongue. The goat however refused to touch the body of the sentenced. After this and other tortures he was left the night with his hands and feet bound together, as a ball, so he couldn't sleep. During the following three days, he was repeatedly mocked and hung on the pole with his hands tied behind his back. Then a weight of 300 pounds (136 kg) was attached to each of his big toes for half an hour.

After this half hour Gérard was fitted with shoes made of well-oiled, raw dog's leather; the shoes were two fingers shorter than his feet. In this state he was put before a fire. When the shoes warmed up, they contracted, crushing the feet inside them to stumps. When the shoes were removed, his half-broiled skin was torn off. After his feet were damaged, his armpits were branded. After that he was dressed in a shirt soaked in alcohol. Then burning bacon fat was poured over him and sharp nails were stuck between the flesh and the nails of his hands and feet. Gérard is said to have remained calm during his torture.

He was finally executed in accordance with his sentence.[2]"

(Pic) (Westminster Wisdom's recent post on William the Silent)

Credit where credit's due

"Nobody will ever win the battle of the sexes. There's too much fraternizing with the enemy."

Henry Kissinger; a murdering bastard, who should be kicking his heels in a jail cell, but it made me laugh

A Florence

The Doors - "When the music's over".

Jimi Hendrix - "The wind cries Mary".

Freedom of speech and fairweather libertarians

I find myself arguing elsewhere on the bloggosphere in defence of the protesters who came close to getting their heads kicked in by a baying mob for daring to picket a troop parade. On top of the smug satisfaction of a number of supposed libertarians, who see something positive in the crowd's reaction, such protesters are facing a new law to prohibit similar displays proposed by none other than 'liberty's champion' David Davis MP.**

I will make the same argument that I made when Nick Griffin and David Irving appeared at the Oxford Union to the fury of the placard-wavers outside. Freedom of speech is for everyone. It is the right to express unpopular views that needs defending. Let people say what they want, let there be free debate, let all arguments be held up to the light of reason. This way we may learn something, our own staid views may be challenged and we, as a society, can progress.

**Correction. It is proposed by somebody else, called David Davies MP

Saturday, 14 March 2009

When tyrants fall

The following is an extract from the Roman Senate's statement with regard to the assassination of Commodus, the tyrant upon whom Joaquin Phoenix's character in the film 'Gladiator' was based. Considering the vociferousness of the Senate's declaration, it's a wonder it took twelve years to get rid of the bastard.

"From him who was a foe of his fatherland let his honours be taken away; let the honours of the murderer be taken away; let the murderer be dragged in the dust. The foe of his fatherland, the murderer, the gladiator, in the charnel-house let him be mangled. He is foe to the gods, slayer of the senate, foe to the gods, murderer of the senate, foe of the gods, foe of the gods, foe of the senate. Cast the gladiator into the charnel-house.

He who slew the senate, let him be dragged with the hook; he who slew the guiltless, let him be dragged with the hook — a foe, a murderer, verily, verily. He who spared not his own blood, let him be dragged with the hook; he who would have slain you, let him be dragged with the hook. You were in terror along with us, you were endangered along with us. That we may be safe, O Jupiter Best and Greatest, save for us Pertinax. Long life to the guardian care of the praetorians! Long life to the praetorian cohorts! Long life to the armies of Rome! Long life to the loyalty of the senate!

Let the murderer be dragged in the dust. We beseech you, O Sire, let the murderer be dragged in the dust. This we beseech you, let the murderer be dragged in the dust. Hearken, Caesar: to the lions with the informers! Hearken Caesar: to the lions with Speratus! Long life to the victory of the Roman people! Long life to the soldiers' guardian care! Long life to the guardian care of the praetorians! Long life to the praetorian cohorts!

Quoted from the Historia Augusta's life of Commodus.

One from the vaults

Make of this what you will: The Sandals - 'House of Painted Glass' from 1967.

Monbiot: climate change is over

... Well, in a manner of speaking. You see, 'climate change' isn't alarmist enough for George, it doesn't have the power to produce a pavlovian panic in those who hear the term. Thus it is necessary to change the rhetoric for something more hard-hitting. He suggests "climate breakdown" and asks his readers to suggest something better. How about "climate bollocks", George?

This is not the only time I have seen the global warming cultists mithering over language. There was recent hot debate over the use of 'climate deniers'. As ever, language is being selected to obscure thought and preclude open debate - an ever-growing imperative, as the scientific 'consensus' collapses.

The real function of state schools

John Taylor Gatto summarises the real agenda of the compulsory state school system, as laid out in Alexander Inglis's 1918 book 'Principles of Secondary Education':

1 - The adjustive or adaptive function. Schools are to establish fixed habits of reaction to authority. This, of course, precludes critical judgment completely. It also pretty much destroys the idea that useful or interesting material should be taught, because you can't test for reflexive obedience until you know whether you can make kids learn, and do, foolish and boring things.

2 - The integrating function. This might well be called "the conformity function," because its intention is to make children as alike as possible. People who conform are predictable, and this is of great use to those who wish to harness and manipulate a large labor force.

3 - The diagnostic and directive function. School is meant to determine each student's proper social role. This is done by logging evidence mathematically and anecdotally on cumulative records. As in "your permanent record." Yes, you do have one.

4 - The differentiating function. Once their social role has been "diagnosed," children are to be sorted by role and trained only so far as their destination in the social machine merits - and not one step further. So much for making kids their personal best.

5 - The selective function. This refers not to human choice at all but to Darwin's theory of natural selection as applied to what he called "the favored races." In short, the idea is to help things along by consciously attempting to improve the breeding stock. Schools are meant to tag the unfit - with poor grades, remedial placement, and other punishments - clearly enough that their peers will accept them as inferior and effectively bar them from the reproductive sweepstakes. That's what all those little humiliations from first grade onward were intended to do: wash the dirt down the drain.

6 - The propaedeutic function. The societal system implied by these rules will require an elite group of caretakers. To that end, a small fraction of the kids will quietly be taught how to manage this continuing project, how to watch over and control a population deliberately dumbed down and declawed in order that government might proceed unchallenged and corporations might never want for obedient labor.

Quoted from "Weapons of Mass Instruction" by John Taylor Gatto.

Read his earlier book "The Underground History of American Education" here.

Find Alexander Inglis's "Principles of Secondary Education" here.

The Obama Deception

A new documentary from radio host and film maker Alex Jones, seeking to turn people's attention from photogenic frontman Barak H. to his Wall Street controllers.

The wages of sin

Oh dear, a burglar has been stabbed to death.

Let us hope that the householder who defended his home is not treated like the criminal. Self-defence is a right not a privilege.

More totalitarian shit from Nazi Labour

Read the article for yourself, if you want. I'm tired of documenting these fucking rats.

SSRIs claim more victims

Whenever there is a shooting rampage, such as occurred this week in Germany and Louisiana, the gun-grabbers declare that everyone should be disarmed (like in the crime-free paradise of England).

No one ever demands that prozac and other such "selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor" (SSRIs) be banned or even that their use examined, and yet almost without exception the perpetrators of these killing sprees are in a psychotic state induced by not taking their dose of prescribed pharmaceutical.

According to the BBC:

"The German teenage gunman who killed 15 people on Wednesday shot one of his victims at a psychiatric clinic where he was to be treated for depression. Tim Kretschmer was treated at another clinic in nearby Weissenhoff between April and September before his care was transferred to the centre in Winnenden. But he never resumed the outpatient therapy sessions, investigators said."

As I said last time around, guns don't kill people, prozac kills people.

David Davis: back in the tory fold

David Davis has obviously put his tyranny-fighting cape back in the closet, and now is calling for protesters to be banned.

Many people may object to protests against troops coming home, but everyone has freedom of speech. If you don't agree with what someone says, you should speak up yourself, not ban that person from speaking their mind.

Let this be as a warning, if one were needed: the tories offer nothing but a change of drivers. The direction of journey will be the same.

**Update: It's been pointed out by a gracious reader that I am confusing David Davies MP with David Davis MP. MEA CULPA**

Friday, 13 March 2009

Switzerland gives in to Anglo-American Establishment

(Switzerland's new flag)

A sad and shameful day; Switzerland, the once-sovereign state, capitulates to the global oligarchy and agrees to end its financial independence. Soon, if the criminals succeed, there will be no place to run, no place to hide your money from the avaricious tax collectors. and their bankster controllers. No doubt, a few 'rich tax evaders' will be paraded and plundered before us, as the small fish are gobbled up by the bigger.

According to The Guardian:

"In accepting the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) principles for the exchange of information on tax, the Swiss finally abandoned their insistence on a single, all-important legal point: that tax evasion is not a crime unless it involves active fraud, such as the forgery of paperwork"

The real "single, all-important point" is that Switzerland was once sovereign, able to administer its own law within its own borders, and it has given that up. Tax evasion is not the issue - it is whether we want a unified bankocracy ruling over us all.

Sunday, 8 March 2009

Gimme that goddamn red pill

Some may choose to get their news from the whores of the corporate media. But if you want to understand what's really going down, you gotta follow the money.

Saturday, 7 March 2009

PFI: the final insult

Michael Meecher, Labour MP, writes on his blog (5/3/09):

"Today's Treasury notice that taxpayers' money (up to £100 billion of it) is going to be used to bail-out Private Finance Initiative (PFI) projects which have collapsed in the credit crunch is really the final insult of New Labour's ideological obsession with privatising even in the face of economic meltdown. PFI, started by Thatcher, is a colossal scam for subsidising private business at the expense of the taxpayer in the building and mangement of major infrastructure projects (schools, hospitals, prisons, roads, etc.). Now that these schemes have collapsed in the credit crunch, Gordon Brown has chosen to pour billions of public money into shoring up failed private business projects rather than taking them over to be completed, more cost-effectively and more efficiently, by the public sector."

Chorros - Banqueros y Gobienos

To understand the New World Order take-over plan it is useful to study events in Argentina, where the international banking cartel has systematically looted the country since independence with the connivance of successive governments. The economic collapse in recent years provides a microcosm of what the criminal oligarchy are pushing on a global scale.

According to the Google Video blurb:

"Documentary on the events that led to the economic collapse of Argentina in 2001 which wiped out the middle class and raised the level of poverty to 57.5%. Central to the collapse was the implementation of neo-liberal policies which enabled the swindle of billions of dollars by foreign banks and corporations. Many of Argentina's assets and resources were shamefully plundered. Its financial system was even used for money laundering by Citibank, Credit Suisse, and JP Morgan. The net result was massive wealth transfers and the impoverishment of society which culminated in many deaths due to oppression and malnutrition."

(Hat tip: Founding Father 1776)

Meet Mandrake the money master

From G. Edward Griffin's 'The Creature from Jekyll Island', a book which reveals the origin of the US Federal Reserve, here explaining 'The Mandrake Mechanism' - the method for creating money out of thin air:

"What is it? It is the method by which the Federal Reserve creates money out of nothing; the concept of usury as the payment of interest on pretended loans; the true cause of the hidden tax called inflation; the way in which the Fed creates boom-bust cycles.

In the 1940s, there was a comic strip character called Mandrake the Magician. His specialty was creating things out of nothing and, when appropriate, to make them disappear back into that same void. It is fitting, therefore, that the process to be described in this section should be named in his honor. "

Read the chapter - know thine enemy"

See G. Edward Griffin explain the Federal Reserve system:

UK regime prepares for martial law

Ian Parker Joseph writes:

"In a stunning conversation with a friend, who is a serving member of the Armed Forces, over the weekend, it was revealed that transfers to regiments and other units in the UK on home duties are being undertaken by the MOD based upon whether an individual was prepared to 'open fire' on UK citizens during civil disturbances.

I found this long and extracted conversation to be both bizarre and frightening. I will state at this point that he is someone that I have known for years, and trust implicitly. The fact that service personnel are actually being asked in special briefing sessions whether they would fire on their own nationals indicates that the rumours about the Army being put on standby are indeed very true."

This will probably surprise and shock some people, but not those who have been awake to the exact same ominous developments (and the same question being posed) in the United States over the last few years. The New World Order is about three moves from checkmate. It can be stopped but only if enough of the people look up and see the peril we're in.

(Hat tip: Devil's Kitchen)

Fox brags of planting propaganda

Writes Paul Joseph Watson at Prison Planet:

"Rupert Murdoch’s Twentieth Century Fox corporation has admitted to planting political brainwashing within its globally popular TV shows and indeed boasts that it is proud of the fact.

[...]The text accompanying the video [on myspace.com] states, “In 2006, News Corp. embarked upon a company wide initiative to reduce the size of its carbon footprint.” The means by which this “initiative” was carried out is then made clear by a plethora of clips from Fox’s most popular shows - the Simpsons, King of the Hill, Family Guy, Prison Break - which are all loaded with messages about global warming and the need to do something about it. “What could we do on a practical level to start making a difference,” asks one executive before another answers, “The biggest thing we’ve done is inserting messages about the environment into some of our content.”

In other words, Fox has embarked on a deliberate campaign, which could only have been done with the coordination of the script writers of each program, to force people to accept the pseudo-science of global warming by brainwashing them into accepting it as a reality. This has been achieved by weaving in messages about climate change and having popular characters in the TV shows embrace specific tenants of the global warming manifesto."

Friday, 6 March 2009

Dr Feelgood

Aretha and King Curtis burn through 'Dr Feelgood', from 1971.

Thursday, 5 March 2009

Welcome to Weimar

Kill one man and you're a murderer. Kill a million and you're a statesman. Likewise, steal £10 and you're a dirty criminal, but steal £75 billion ...

Thus we learn that The Whore of Threadneedle Street has announced it is to create £75 billion, give it to its friends, and charge us for the privilege. The explanation for this is that the Bank of England is a criminal enterprise engaged in theft on an almost unimaginable scale.

Arrest them now!

Bernanke on the back foot

Ben Bernanke, front man for the criminal bankers, given a roasting by Bernie Sanders in the Senate Budget Committee.

Attempt to start avian flu pandemic averted

From Prison Planet:

"Czech newspapers are questioning if the shocking discovery of vaccines contaminated with the deadly avian flu virus which were distributed to 18 countries by the American company Baxter were part of a conspiracy to provoke a pandemic.

The claim holds weight because, according to the very laboratory protocols that are routine for vaccine makers, mixing a live virus biological weapon with vaccine material by accident is virtually impossible."

But surely the drug companies wouldn't do that? Oh no? Even if you don't believe this was an intentional attempt to start a bird flu pandemic, the implications are massive. How come the mainstream media is ignoring it?

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

UK regime defies Human Rights Court

Quelle surprise, the UK regime, having been found unanimously in the wrong by the Court of Human Rights for keeping DNA from innocent people, including thousands of children, has done nothing to address the problem, instead is pushing forward with even greater powers to retain DNA from the innocent.

What are you supposed to do if the government turns criminal? Simple really; as Alex Jones put it:

"The answer to 1984 is 1776".

Sunday, 1 March 2009

Man in me

Continuing a theme of great movies with Dylan tunes on the soundtracks, here's a snippet of 'The Big Lebowski' featuring 'Man in Me' from the album 'New Morning'.

The prisoner

Under the current UK regime, England has become a police state with surveillance far above anything dreamed of in the communist-era East Germany.

This partly explains why the courts couldn't care less about locking up dangerous criminals, because we are all seen as the same, and once the panopticon grid is in place, the whole country will be a prison.

Jack Straw wants us to think such talk is 'daft'. Either he is absolutely clueless when it comes to the actions of the government he represents, or he is a lying, fascist piece of trash. I go for the latter.

Fluoride to be added to water despite public outcry

The sham of public consultations has been exposed again, as an overwhelming number of respondents rejected the so-called Health Authority's plan to fluoridate the water in Southampton, only for the plan to continue towards implementation. According to the Guardian:

'Elizabeth McDonagh, chair of the National Pure Water Association, said it was considering possible legal action against the scheme in Southampton. She accused the health authorities of "blatantly promoting" fluoridation during the three-month consultation on the plan. Yet still 78% of more than 10,000 responses were against the proposal and a phone poll of 2000 people had shown more people were against the idea than for it.

"In the face of such opposition, the unanimous vote of the authority to fluoridate is a disgrace which shows from the beginning the consultation was a sham and a waste of public money," she said.'

Billy surrenders

A little excerpt from one of my favourite movies of all time, 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid'. The conversation, which isn't included, goes something like:

Billy: 'You're in poor company, Pat.'
Pat: 'Yeah, I'm alive though.'
Billy: 'So am I.'