Tuesday 30 June 2009

So-called swine flu leaked from a laboratory?

The Independent asks the right question, in this article examining the suspicious appearance of so-called swine flu, but it can't quite get its head round the reality. If it comes from a laboratory, it must have been an accident, the paper surmises. Err... not necessarily.

The article also refers to an 'accident' in 1976, in which swine flu was released from Fort Dix, New Jersey, which killed one person. What it does not mention is that the vaccination which was pushed on the public with the same hype we see today killed 30 more.

Sunday 28 June 2009

Historians? Get a life

Much as I recognise my own prejudices at work, I can't help but sneer at this Guardian article about the new crop of historians, who are supposedly rescuing history from its dusty, leather-bound neglection. We are told; "history is becoming cool and the fightback is being spearheaded by a group of young, fashionable writers;" every one of them from Oxbridge, the oldest being 31 years.

I find it hard to take seriously such whipper-snappers. What can they have learnt in so few years on this planet, most of which have been spent in school or college, that they feel the need to burden us with more shelf fodder? Have they really something worthwhile to say? Apparently:

"this wave of young historians has sprouted up to fill the vacuum left by the departure of theory - or the "-isms" - from mainstream academic life."

They may be filling a vacuum, but it is a vacuum within a greater vacuum - academia itself.

Much as I love history, I have no need for academic types, unless they are translating something from a language I don't speak, and even then they tend to waste my time with tedious introductions. I don't want my knowledge strained through the sieve of their opinions, it is the contemporary accounts that interest me.

Iran, freedom of information and the corporations

Iran: smoke and mirrors

Xerxes at the Chessboard from 'The Book of Chess' by Jacopo de Cessole

Robert Baer, ex-CIA field officer and man behind the movie Syriana, writes on the current situation in Iran:

"Some facts about Iran's election will hopefully emerge in the coming weeks, with perhaps even credible evidence that the election was rigged. But until then, we need to add a caveat to everything we hear and see coming out of Tehran. For too many years now, the Western media have looked at Iran through the narrow prism of Iran's liberal middle class — an intelligentsia that is addicted to the Internet and American music and is more ready to talk to the Western press, including people with money to buy tickets to Paris or Los Angeles. Reading Lolita in Tehran is a terrific book, but does it represent the real Iran?"

Read the article.

The rise and rise of Goldman Sachs

Al Capone; a fine, upstanding citizen - in comparison to Goldman Sachs

A very interesting article from Rolling Stone, lifting the lid on the bank at the heart of the Wall Street hijacking of the world economy.

As Matt Taibbi writes:

"If you want to understand how we got into this financial crisis, you have to first understand where all the money went - and in order to understand that, you need to understand what Goldman has already gotten away with. It is a history exactly five bubbles long - including last year's strange and seemingly inexplicable spike in the price of oil. There were a lot of losers in each of those bubbles, and in the bailout that followed but Goldman wasn't one of them."


Saturday 27 June 2009

George Osborne shills for Bilderberg controllers

Bilderberg stooge George Osborne will be following orders from his bosses in the banking oligarchy if his party wins the next election, by handing over more power to the grandees of Threadneedle Street.

Osborne and his filthy confederates revere the Bank of England (or would have the rest of us do so) as if it possesses some kind of infallibility, of the type once claimed by the Bishops of Rome. Rather than concerning ourselves with lowly MPs' receipts for paperclips and postage, how about turning the spotlight on the real government of this country - the criminal banking establishment?

Wednesday 24 June 2009

More history

9-11. Still an inside job.

History with Webster

An interesting discussion with Webster Tarpley on the rise of Hitler.

"Oh, did they tell you that you had been sterilised?"

The Guardian reports that women with HIV are being targeted across Africa for sterilisation. As this is so wide-spread it cannot, I surmise, be coincidence. In other words, this is part of a campaign to sterilise as many women as possible, which somebody or some organisation is bankrolling. My question is who?

Tuesday 23 June 2009

Bit of humour

Via The Last Ditch.

Monday 22 June 2009

Max rides again

Always worth a listen; 'On the Edge' with Max Keiser (sorry about the synching).

Here's the rest; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4.

Fucking pigs

Aren't you fucking brave? Beating on a couple of women, hiding behind your uniforms. Shame on you. If the police allow this to carry on under their name, they'll all be tarred with the same brush. The individuals should be prosecuted for assault.

Gimme shelter

The memo that reveals Bush and Blair's blood lust

As reported in the Guardian:

'A confidential record of a meeting between President Bush and Tony Blair before the invasion of Iraq, outlining their intention to go to war without a second United Nations resolution, will be an explosive issue for the official inquiry into the UK's role in toppling Saddam Hussein.

The memo, written on 31 January 2003, almost two months before the invasion and seen by the Observer, confirms that as the two men became increasingly aware UN inspectors would fail to find weapons of mass destruction (WMD) they had to contemplate alternative scenarios that might trigger a second resolution legitimising military action.

Bush told Blair the US had drawn up a provocative plan "to fly U2 reconnaissance aircraft painted in UN colours over Iraq with fighter cover". Bush said that if Saddam fired at the planes this would put the Iraqi leader in breach of UN resolutions.'

Thursday 18 June 2009

Blair: bent as a three-bob note

According to the Mail:

"Tony Blair was accused of 'shameful' abuse of the expenses system last night after it was revealed that he claimed nearly £7,000 of taxpayers' money to repair the roof on his second home just two days before he left Downing Street. The former Prime Minister appeared guilty of an opportunistic milking of the system after his raid on the public purse was revealed by the full release of MPs' receipts."

Personally, I see this as small potatoes. The fact that he lied us into a war that killed a million people is what bothers me.

Population control news

Baxter, the pharmaceutical company caught red-handed putting live avian flu virus into its flu vaccinations, is promising to have a vaccine against the current so-called pandemic by July.

Pretty soon, I imagine, our government and others will be pushing this poison on the public, targeting children no doubt. Sick fucking eugenic scum. Anyone bringing a needle near me will be getting more than they bargain for.

Banking dictatorship emerging

Prison Planet reports:

"President Obama’s plan to give the privately-owned and unaccountable Federal Reserve complete regulatory oversight across the entire U.S. economy, which is likely to be enacted before the end of the year, will officially herald the beginning of a new form of government in the United States - an ultra-powerful banking dictatorship controlled by a small gaggle of shadowy and corrupt elitists.

The new rules would see the Fed given the authority to “regulate” any company whose activity it believes could threaten the economy and the markets.

This goes a step further than the centrally planned economies of the Soviet Union or Communist China, in that the Federal Reserve is not even accountable to the U.S. government, it is a private entity that according to former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan, is accountable to nobody but the banking families that own it.

Obama’s regulatory “reform” plan is nothing less than a green light for the complete and total takeover of the United States by a private banking cartel that will usurp the power of existing regulatory bodies, who are now being blamed for the financial crisis in order that their status can be abolished and their roles handed over to the all-powerful Fed."

Read the rest.

The Bank of England seeks more power

Owning the British government, and being able to print as much money as she pleases isn't enough for the cankered Whore of Threadneedle Street. She craves still more power. Likewise, her infernal sister in America makes the same demand. So reports the BBC:

"The US central bank, the Federal Reserve, will be given the authority to monitor major financial institutions."

The Federal Reserve, a private institution owned and controlled by the Wall Street banking cartel given authority to monitor its owners! And this is represented as a policy of Obama, when it was called for by the then NY Fed boss, now Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner a year ago, straight after he left the Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, VA.

What the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve need is not more power, but to be dragged into the light. Central bankers are the authors of the current world crisis - a criminal cadre of monopoly capitalists. They sit atop a pyramid of human misery and pronounce it good. They must be smashed.

In America, the people are beginning to rise against the unconstitutional oligopoly of the Fed. The spirit of Andrew Jackson is stirring - the President who stated his finest achievement thus: 'I killed the Bank'.

Wednesday 17 June 2009

Tripping down memory lane

Seeing as my fellow blogger has been recollecting the heady days of yesteryear, I thought I'd follow suit with this golden oldie.

The Rave Era was a great time to be alive. Although much of it was chemically-induced, there was, for a brief moment, a spirit of togetherness. A lot of negative attitudes and factionalism got put aside, or at least they were lost in the euphoria of the drug experience. There were risks, and those risks bound you close to the friends you shared them with.

It couldn't last. There would always have to be a come-down. Laws were enacted. Cocaine started trickling, then pouring into the country, changing the vibe, bringing back the ego with a vengeance. The unity fractured, the dreadlocked hippies going one way and the smart set the other. The bouncer-enfored dress code returned.

Still, I'll always remember walking out from a warehouse party into the morning sunlight through a gauntlet of coppers, thinking: 'this is Rock 'n' Roll'.

Don't look, children

Empowered by a government which sees no limit to its right to regulate our private lives (whilst gorging itself on the tobacco tax revenue), the do-gooder cock-sucker nicotine nazis march onward.

In Liverpool they are trying to slap an '18' certificate on any film in which people are smoking - I bet the cinemas are going to like that.

Elsewhere a doctor takes time off from starving old people to death, over-prescribing dangerous drugs to vulnerable people and infecting the rest of us with MRSI to call for smoking to be banned from cars to protect the children. As usual, the fake charity ASH chimes in with spurious and laughable 'facts', claiming:

"Smoking just one cigarette, even with the window open, creates a greater concentration of second-hand smoke than a whole evening's smoking in a pub or a bar."

And fellow fake charity BRAKE joins the circle jerk with this lie:

"Smoking while driving means people are not concentrating on the road".

Fuck all of you. I'd rather have a cigarette in my bouche than a Nazi cock.

Geo-engineering is already taking place

It's been obvious for some time to all those with eyes connected to functioning brains that weather modification programmes are in operation above our heads. Almost every blue sky over London is quickly obliterated by plane trails, which hang in the air, slowly spreading until the sky is transformed to a hazy white. These plane trails are not vapour trails, and are unlike anything I saw as a child.

So, now that it's a reality, it's time to start preparing the public's mind to accept it. Hence the Wall Street Journal's article "The need for geoengineering". Never mind that these actions will most likely increase the temperature of the planet, by trapping in heat.

Weather modification is one of those subjects where if you're in favour, you can discuss it. If you're against it, you're crazy.

Sunday 14 June 2009

I love America!

Saturday 13 June 2009


Hat tip: Infowars

Friday 12 June 2009

What did you learn today at school?

Via the Register:

'Primary schoolchildren in Lancashire are to be shown a police-produced film warning about the danger from terrorists, and urging them to report anyone with "extremist views" to the authorities. The message is illustrated using the story of Catholic extremist Guy Fawkes, whose views apparently "began forming" while he was at school.'

Mona Lisa's boyfriend

Detail from The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Tuesday 9 June 2009

What was she on?

A terrible and tragic crime; a mother drowns her own son; a crime where not only the victim but the perpetrator is to be pitied.

As is ALWAYS - 100% - WITHOUT FAIL the case, the mother will have been suffering from depression prior to the crime. What this signifies is that the mother was being treated for depression, in other words taking prescribed drugs known to cause psychotic episodes and linked to hundreds of similar cases of murder, infanticide and suicide.

We have an aggressive pharmaceutical industry, which dreams of having every one of us diagnosed with something, and once you're taking their pills, the only way to get off them is by reducing the dose over a long period of time - or else you risk complete mental chaos.

We have a degenerate society, wherein people live unfulfilling lives, which should rightly make them miserable to contemplate, but this is not depression, and should not be treated as such by doctors. Digging the garden or sitting in the sunshine will do better to raise your spirits than any pill.

This is not to deny people suffer from mental breakdown, which drugs can help to repair. Nevertheless, the dangers of these drugs must be properly acknowledged and doctors and drug companies must change their behaviour.

Saturday 6 June 2009

A propos à la crise politique actuelle

“Waste no time with revolutions that do not remove the causes of your complaints but simply change the faces of those in charge."

Francesco Guicciardini

Thursday 4 June 2009

In the interests of education (my own)

Whilst pondering the worth of 20 grains of silver, I stumbled upon this diagram explaining the relationship between various weights and measures, notably the Troy pound and its Avoirdupois namesake. Now I know; one scruple - not even a pennyweight!

Webster Tarpley on Prison Planet.tv

Here's Part One:

A day in the life of the so-called justice system

Yet again we learn that the perpetrator of a vile murder should have been in jail at the time of the crime. The father of one of the victims has spoken out, calling for prosecutions. Too bloody right, but fat chance of that under the current rule. According to the Mail:

"Justice Secretary Jack Straw apologised to the victims' families and a senior probation officer resigned over the blunders that left Sonnex free to kill.

But Guy Bonomo, the father of murdered Laurent, called for a prosecution, saying every official who allowed Dano Sonnex to remain on licence - even after his parole was revoked - should defend their actions in court.

Speaking in French after a press conference at Scotland Yard, he said he and the other parents had been 'failed' by Britain and its justice system.

He said: 'Sonnex should have been back in prison on June 13th, but he was not. He was not arrested until it was too late.

'I think that the people in the justice system who allowed him out on licence should be prosecuted.

'I think that every person concerned who had something to do with this should be in front of a court."

Canvassers beware!

It's too late. I've voted. I decided to lend my solitary vote to 'No 2 EU: Yes to Democracy'. Otherwise it would have been UKIP.

What a shame it is that the left/right divide still dominates. Because if people of good will could put aside the fundamental philosophical disagreements between them all, the combined force would be unstoppable.

I heard a tory MP defend the party system. But there is the party system in its platonic ideality, and there is what we have now. As a supporter of neither Labour, Tory and LibDem, and yet quelqu'un qui s'interesse à la politique the primary goal should be to smash the parties we have into little bits. The necessary force to do this would have to come from both ends of the supposed spectrum, or better still would transcend the left and right divide.

The question of governance has been forced into the back room by left/right arguments. Politics is dominated by the question of which party should rule us, rather than how we should be ruled. The plebs (one of which I proudly am) can't unite because they never get round to resolving something which, if done, would keep them from forever bickering - the limitation of govenment power. The people need to stop deluding themselves that this is a democracy we live in. It is in fact a constitutional monarchy. The democratic element is not the government - it is us! The many-headed monster.

The left want to harness the power of the state to do things which the right believes the state has neither the ability nor the authority to take care of. But taking the current size of the state, which is much bigger than a libertarian would wish, even if the right compromised and accepted public ownership of certain assets, there would still be plenty of state power to dismantle.

The good people of the left understand the dangers of corporate and oligarchic power. Most of them also nurse a belief that hereditary monarchy is wrong. They also hold a perception of sovereign power. They understand why our government is not allowed to protect British jobs for British workers for example, and that this is a question of sovereignty, and if such a thing exist, the people should have it.

When I voted today, I was given a ballot with minor countless parties. They really ought to sit down together and amalgamate. If a platform could get the left and right factionalists together including individual rights, national popular sovereignty, limitations on state power but some role for public ownership of key assets, the unbelievable might happen - labour and tories both dethroned.


When persuasion fails

Justifying the forced vaccination of the nation's children, Sandy Macara, former chairman of the British Medical Association, declares: "Our attempts to persuade people have failed."

What a sickening attitude. You can't persuade them, so you force them to hand over their children to be injected with a cocktail of viruses, mercury, formaldehyde etc. Sounds like another good reason to keep your kids out of the state's indoctrination camps.

The Department of Health is not yet on board. According to a spokesman:

"Our strategy is to maintain a voluntary immunisation system and invest efforts in educating parents about the benefits of vaccination and dispelling 'myths' about vaccine safety."

Rather than dispelling 'myths', how about actually addressing vaccine safety? Here's your starting point; google 'SV40'.