Oumuamua – first contact?

On the 19th of October, astronomers at the University of Hawaii detected a new object in the night time sky. At first the object was believed to be a comet, but as more observations were made it was determined to be an asteroid and some extraordinary things came to light. Firstly the asteroid was traveling at a very high speed, and it was approaching from way above the usual orbit of our solar system. This could only mean one thing: the asteroid had come from outside our solar system, making it the first ever detected interstellar asteroid. The second weird thing about it was its shape, which wasn’t the usual roughly spherical asteroid. This asteroid was shaped like a cigar, about 400 metres long by 40 metres wide. The third weird thing about the asteroid was its high rate of spin, which given its shape would mean that it’s made of incredibly tough material, otherwise the high spin rate would cause it to disintegrate. The asteroid was named ‘Oumuamua’, which is the Hawaiian word for “messenger”, and it became the first designated interstellar asteroid in the history of human science. In light of all this I’m surprised that Oumuamua hasn’t received more press coverage.

The gravitational pull of the Sun caused Oumuamua to speed up and it made its closest approach to the Sun (known as perihelion) on 9th September. It made a partial orbit of the Sun and is now whipping away out of the Solar System at an incredible speed, and at an angle of 66° from the direction of its approach. It will take many thousands of years before Oumuamua reaches interstellar space again, and there’s talk of sending a rocket after it so that close observations can be made. However, the high speed of Oumuamua means that its chaser would have to be the fastest rocket ever built; so don’t hold your breathe on that one. Tomorrow, though, the Green Bank telescope in West Virginia, which is one of the largest telescopes in the world, will start listening for radio signals being broadcast from Oumuamua. If Oumuamua is the product of beings from another galaxy, beings capable of traveling interstellar distances, it seems highly unlikely they would use something as antiquated as radio waves, so we’ll probably never know if Oumuamua is a natural object or an alien technology.

One thing in all this, though, has been puzzling me: there’s consensus among the scientists that Oumuamua’s high velocity and rate of spin means that it can’t be captured by the Sun’s gravity, so why didn’t it by-pass the Sun? (I should add at this point that I’m no expert on astronomy) What Oumuamua did is a text book example of how space vessels use the gravity of large celestial bodies to greatly increase speed, and then shoot off in whatever direction they want to go. When Oumuamua was first detected in October its speed was 58,900 mph (which is way faster than any Solar asteroid). After its slingshot around the Sun in September Oumuamua’s speed had greatly increased to 196,200 mph.

If Oumuamua is a natural object, a natural object with a velocity and spin that allows it to escape the Sun’s gravitational pull, why was it heading for the Sun? The odds on this happening naturally are absolutely astronomical (if you’ll forgive the pun); or maybe Oumuamua was deliberately aimed at the sun. If this all sounds crazy to you it should be noted that just as Oumuamua was reaching perihelion there was an absolutely massive X solar flare. Was this another coincidence? or was Oumuamua taking on fuel..?

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It’s Enough To Make You Cry

I think all our society is run by insane people for insane objectives… I think we’re being run by maniacs for maniacal means. If anybody can put on paper what our government and the American government and the Russian… Chinese… what they are actually trying to do, and what they think they’re doing, I’d be very pleased to know what they think they’re doing. I think they’re all insane. But I’m liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That’s what’s insane about it.

John Lennon in a 1968 interview

To begin with, the 2007/2008 economic crash was blamed on the poor and disadvantaged. There were a plethora of tv programmes showing fat and lazy people living on huge amounts of social security. It’s the welfare scroungers, innit! As more and more people became poor and disadvantaged the emphasis shifted towards blaming immigrants. This was neatly tied into Islamic terrorism. The immigration issue is shamelessly used by politicians of all stripes to deflect attention away from the economic crash, a crash which was caused by a bunch of spivs and barrow boys in Wall Street and the City of London. These spivs and barrow boys have never been held to account for their crimes, because they own most of the politicians. Instead, the banksters get bailed-out and the plebs get spoon-fed ‘austerity’ and are told about the ‘recovery’.

Nye Bevin once famously described the Tories as being “lower than vermin”, because of their callous disregard of the poor and disadvantaged. Bevin said those words at a party rally in 1948. Almost 70 years later not much has changed. Last Tuesday there was an extraordinary exchange in the House of Commons between Labour MP Frank Field and Tory MP Heidi Allen. In all my years I’ve never seen anything quite like it in Parliament…

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Two Birds With One Stone

Today is the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour; and talking of ships, I was intrigued to discover that the USS Reagan has been sent to Korean waters. Built in the 1990s at a cost of $4.5 billion, the USS Reagan aircraft carrier is one of the largest warships in the world. In the wake of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, the USS Ronald Reagan and its carrier taskforce of 12 warships took part in a humanitarian relief effort called Operation ‘Tomadachi’ (‘Friendship’). By funny coincidence the USS Reagan taskforce found itself right off the coast of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, shortly after the reactors and fuel pools were blowing up and melting down. The sailors on these US warships (some 12,000 in total) received huge doses of radiation, and many of them are now sick and dying. By law, the sailors can’t sue the US Navy (if you join the military you are not allowed to sue the military), and the US Navy completely denies that radiation has anything to do with the sailors’ illnesses, and refuses to offer them any help whatsoever, and so the lawsuit is being filed against the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which operates the Fukushima plant (if interested you can find the latest on this lawsuit here).

After spending 80 days trying to dodge highly radioactive plumes, the USS Reagan left the coastal waters of Japan, because the Japanese refused to allow it into port because the ship was too radioactive. South Korea and Guam also refused to allow the USS Reagan into port, for the same reason. After a brief return to her home port of San Diego, the USS Reagan spent just over a year at a dockyard in Washington state, where they tried to decontaminate the ship. How successful this was is a matter of debate (you can find details about how difficult it is to decontaminate ships here), yet it’s notable that after a brief return to San Diego the USS Reagan was deployed to Yokosuka, Japan, to be permanently stationed there. In early September of this year the USS Reagan departed Yokosuka to conduct patrols off Korea after the North Korean missile launch over Japan and nuclear test. The USS Reagan apparently returned to Yokosuka on 4th December.

I’m going into a lot of detail about the USS Reagan because there’s a real risk of war on the Korean peninsular, and the USS Reagan might play a key part in it. Here’s some of the latest madness:

North Korea says U.S. threats make war unavoidable as China urges calm

‘The threat is very real’: Millions in Tokyo to take part in North Korean nuclear attack exercise

Chinese Newspaper Near North Korea Offers Advice on Surviving Nuclear Attack

Trump & Co seem hellbent on starting a war with North Korea, but in order to bamboozle the public into going along with it they are going to need a massive false flag event. What would be better than if North Korea ‘attacked’ and sank the USS Reagan. The psychos in Washington would get their war, and in the process that would get rid of a highly irradiated ship that’s no longer fit for purpose. This is all pure speculation, of course, but the way things are thesedays anything could happen.

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Malcolm X and self defense

Yesterday, Trump’s national security adviser, HR McMaster, said that North Korea is “the greatest immediate threat to the United States. I think it’s increasing every day, which means that we are in a race, really, we are in a race to be able to solve this problem” (here). This comes as RT is reporting that “North Korea is ready to sit at the negotiating table for peace talks if it is recognized as a nuclear power, the Russian delegation to Pyongyang said, adding that the North claims that it was forced to be aggressive and will not stop its nuclear program”. Meanwhile tomorrow, Monday, the US and South Korea are going to begin a week of massive military exercises in and around the Korean peninsular; which is a bit like lighting a match in a room flooded with petrol. Both Russia and China have asked the US to postpone these military exercises, but the US has refused to do so. Will the psychos in Washington start a war with North Korea? Tune in this time next week to find out.

Exactly 53 years ago today, Malcolm X took part in an Oxford Union Debate, in the UK. To his admirers, Malcolm X was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans; whilst detractors accused him of preaching racism and violence. The motion for the OU Debate was “Extremism in the Defense of Liberty is No Vice; Moderation in the Pursuit of Justice is No Virtue” (I should add that I don’t agree with the stance that repression should be resisted by violent means). Here’s an excerpt from the speech that Malcolm X gave on December 3rd 1964…

If interested, the complete Oxford Union debate can be found here. The debate starts 17 minutes into the audio.

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One million tons of nuclear water

Yesterday North Korea carried out another missile test, and stated that it was new type of intercontinental ballistic missile that can strike anywhere on the US mainland, as it declared itself a “complete” nuclear state. President Trump’s response was: “We will take care of it … it is a situation that we will handle”; and talking of all things nuclear, there’s a wonderful irony to this…

The first solar project in the Chernobyl zone is expected to be commissioned next month, a step forward in the developers’ plan to invest 100 million euros ($119 million) and build renewables in the radioactive exclusion zone.


It’s a funny old world, ay; but perhaps not so funny if you live in the Marshall Islands, in the south Pacific, where the Americans used to test lots of lovely nuclear bombs…

A nuclear waste dump in the Pacific is leaking radioactive material – and it’s going straight into the ocean.

According to a report from ABC News, Runit Island – the site of the largest nuclear clean-up in US history – is being hit hard by rising oceans, caused by climate change.

The island features a massive concrete dome, concealing 85,000 cubic metres of radioactive waste.

The people of Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands are the ones left to deal with the problem. Radioactive contamination means they have had to move away from a traditional diet of fish and coconut, to processed American foods, ABC reported.

“To me, it’s like this big monument to America’s giant f… up,” said Jack Niedenthal, who has spent decades helpingthe locals of the Marshall Islands’ Bikini Atoll fight for compensation.

“This could cause some really big problems for the rest of mankind if all that goes underwater, because it’s plutonium and cement,” he told ABC.


This brings me onto the ongoing horror story that is Fukushima…

Japan is poised to flood the Pacific with one million tons of nuclear water contaminated by the Fukushima power plant. The Japanese government is being urged by experts to gradually release radioactive water in to the Pacific Ocean… The water is stored on site in around 900 large and densely packed tanks and could spill should another major disaster strike. The government has been urged to release the water into the ocean… Local fishermen are extremely hesitant to this solution… Fumio Haga, a drag-net fisherman, said: ‘People would shun Fukushima fish again as soon as the water is released.


What hardly ever gets mentioned is that Fukushima is located on a river bed. They diverted the river when the plant was built. Nevertheless, one thousand tons of ground water still flows beneath the plant everyday (and becomes radioactive), and this ground water goes out into the Pacific Ocean.

With quite astounding hubris, Homo sapiens means ‘wise men’. Modern day humans are actually now scientifically labelled as Homo sapiens sapiens, ‘wise, wise men’…

“I have just returned from visiting my friend, who is a senior cetacean biologist at one of the large west coast universities. While there, he described an amazing situation to me that has alarmed me greatly. He said that research at his university has conclusively identified the complete or almost complete collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean, all within the last 36 months or so.

Further, in “unauthorized” exchanges with the relevant departments in other coast universities, he learned that the numbers involved may well be more like hundreds of chain collapses in the same timeframe as opposed to dozens. Finally, in talking with authoritative figures in Vancouver, they apparently believe that the figure is likely closer to 1000.”

“As bad as all of this sounds, here is the real rub. Regarding these findings about food chain collapses, mutations, and injuries, my friend’s university has instituted a policy that forbids them from publishing their findings, from discussing their findings (on this subject) publicly or in private with other researchers outside their own campus, or finally from taking “unauthorized” radiation readings as part of their research. The penalties for violating these new rules are severe: loss of tenure, civil lawsuits for violation of contract, and potentially employment termination.”


Editing in: the above link seems to have been removed by the psychopaths who run our world. When I made this post, which was about 6 hours ago, the link was still working. The link was from a web site of a computer club on the west coast of Canada. I’ve been unable to find the original web page capture on archive sites, but I have been able to whack up the Google cache…


Archive everything at the likes of http://archive.is/ because we now live in a totally Orwellian world.

And the aforementioned psychopaths are all going to be put on trial…

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Who is Q Anon..?

In my opinion Q Anon is a psy-op, and a massive one at that. This is all very worrying, but I’ll get onto that in a bit. First, for those unfamiliar with all this, some background: On 28th October someone calling themself ‘Q’ started a thread on the message board 4chan/pol/ called CBTS (Calm Before The Storm). Q claimed that President Trump was being protected by the military and was about to ‘drain the swamp’. Q’s posts were very cryptic and intriguing and more often than not were posed as a series of questions, questions that gave the strong impression of a government insider. Hence, it’s taken that this person’s handle comes from Q clearance, someone who has complete access to all levels of top secret information. Q Anon soon went viral on the internet and even started appearing in the mainstream media.

At the time of writing, Q’s last posts were yesterday, Friday…

Expand further.
Make the connection.
Map currently has 43 confirmed connections.
Important to understand.
When this breaks many won’t swallow.
MSM not trusted.
You are the voice.
We are here to help guide.
Future proves past.
You are the calm before and during the storm.

Q’s final post yesterday contained just this photo…


In the centre of the photo is Kim Jong-il, the former North Korean leader, surrounded by the likes of Bill Clinton, John Podesta, and many others mired in scandal and corruption. Behind them all is a large picture of a wave that is about to crash. Q frequently mentions North Korea in his posts. Q also frequently uses the term ‘Patriots’ and the phrase ‘You are the calm before and during the storm’, and if you read through the posts what’s clearly being pushed is martial law, while they ‘drain the swamp’. Q has also said that the internet will be taken out during the ‘transition period’. (if interested you can find all of Q’s posts here, starting with the newest ones first).

I’ve previously opined that Trump & Co are mad enough to start a war with China, in order to try and save the rapidly sinking petrodollar and US hegemony. If Trump & Co are going to attack North Korea (as seems likely from Q’s posts), and thus start a war with China, they’re going to need a mega false flag event, in order to bamboozle the public into going along with it; and even then, while prosecuting the war, they’re going to need martial law to keep the lid on public protests.

It’s Thanksgiving in America at the moment, and for the second time just recently I find myself saying “let’s hope it’s a quiet weekend”; and we have the Christmas holiday rapidly approaching.

Editing in: whilst previewing this piece before posting I experienced all kinds of weird and wonderful stuff with the formatting. I finally figured out that the problems stemmed from another of Q’s final posts from yesterday which I tried to include here, so here’s a link to it instead…


(Note: Q often makes posts like the one above, as though he is secretly communicating with other agents who are helping to ‘drain the swamp’. The weird code in Q’s post is what was causing me formatting problems on this board. Go figure…)

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One Chord Wonders

Today UK Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his autumn 2017 budget speech. My reaction..? a song from back in the days when things were still real: this track is called One Chord Wonders, released in 1977, and the band are ‘The Adverts’, who were heavily inspired by ‘The Sex Pistols’. ‘The Adverts’ can barely play their instruments, but despite this One Chord Wonders perfectly captures the essence of UK punk rock during its early years…

One Chord Wonders is one of my top five UK punk rock songs, all of which are featured in a post I made on New Year’s Eve 2011, at the same time that President Obama was signing the NDAA 2012 into law, a historical and truly terrifying moment when American citizens had their liberty removed.

As usual, I only wish I was making all this stuff up.

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Follow the White Rabbit

Yesterday the UK Metro newspaper did a hit job on the Pizzagate brigade. The piece opens with this:

We’re living in a golden age of conspiracy theories, with America now led by a man who was a big fan of the Barack Obama ‘birther’ conspiracy.

But even so, a new one which is doing the rounds on 4Chan and Twitter is so breathtakingly bonkers it really is an eye-opener as to what people will believe in the age of ‘fake news’.

Ready? Hillary Clinton and John McCain are already wearing electronic tags, and President Trump is about to arrest hundreds of ‘elite paedophiles’ who have been drugging and raping children.


‘Pizzagate’ started last year in the months leading up to the US presidential election, when Wikileaks began releasing the DNC e-mails and then the Podesta e-mails. These e-mails showed beyond any doubt that Hillary Clinton & Co are totally corrupt. No one questioned the veracity of these leaked e-mails (for instance, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, resigned as a result of the corruption that was revealed). As well as corruption, the e-mails provided strong circumstantial evidence of child sex abuse taking place at the highest levels in Washington DC. You can find a very authorative account of the birth of Pizzagate here. It’s quite a long read, but worth it if you think the likes of me are crazy conspiracy theorists.

Incidentally, and still on the subject of conspiracy theory, I’m still strongly of the opinion that Julian Assange and Wikileaks were taken out in mid October last year, just as they were about to release more Podesta e-mails (there were no further e-mails from this point). If interested you can find a timeline of events here.

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The Guardian are war criminals

This piece is just breathtaking…


The editor of the Guardian, Katharine Viner, is basically saying that you can’t disagree with the official line. There’s no room for dissent. There’s no arguement, even when it involves butchering millions of people in North Africa and the Middle East.

In America the media have long been corporate entities pumping out lies and propaganda. In France the media have traditionally been slavish to the Establishment. In Britain, though, there has been quite a notable change in the media landscape among the respected news organisations. This seemed to happen after the Snowden revelations started coming out in 2013 and by 2015 once respected organisations like the Guardian and the BBC had become mouthpieces for Washington’s propaganda. They didn’t seem to care that ever greater numbers of people were seeing through the propaganda and they were losing audiences in droves. The western world no longer has a free press. I suppose the real wake-up call should have come in 2011 with Fukushima, because almost immediately there was a complete media blackout about the disaster which continues to this day.

I can only hope for the day when Viner & Co are put on trial as war criminals, because that’s what they are.

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This guy is a complete lunatic

Whilst President Trump’s 9 day visit to Asia was going on, I held judgement on all the rumors that were flying around, particularly in light of the extraordinary purge in Saudi Arabia.

Q Anon was posting all this stuff on the ‘back channels’ that supposedly said that Trump really was going to “drain the swamp”, and a huge number of people bought into it.

I’m afraid, folks, that it’s all complete bullshit. No one gets to be the American President unless they are totally corrupt.

The good thing about it all is that more and more Americans are waking-up (likewise with the ‘Las Vegas massacre’, et al).

There’s going to be a revolution in America, and sooner rather than later (no mention here, of course, about Fukushima)…

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Radioactive Boars

In the five years following March 2011 I made a large number of blog posts about the Fukushima disaster, which I then went on to publish as an e-book. Since publishing the book I’ve made barely any blog posts about the disaster. I call it ‘Fukushima fatigue’. This doesn’t detract from the fact that now – getting on for seven years down the line – in Japan there are still three full-size commercial nuclear reactors in complete and ongoing meltdown. No one even knows where the melted cores are, because the insanely high radiation levels destroy both humans and robots.

Last month in Sweden a wild boar with radiation levels more than ten times the safe limit was shot dead. This, more than 30 years after the Chernobyl disaster. Unit No.4 at Chernobyl suffered a partial meltdown and the disaster was contained within two weeks (with a tremendous sacrifice of human life). Unit No.4 was one third the size of each of the three reactors at Fukushima, where radiation continues to spew into the environment 24/7 (in a previous post I covered the health effects of this). The death of the Pacific Ocean continues unabated, an ocean which one third of the human race relies on for food. A recent study by the University of Hawaii found that almost half of the fish tested in waters around the islands contained high levels of Fukushima radiation; although this hasn’t stopped the European Union from announcing at the weekend that it’s lifting its ban on certain foodstuffs from Japan. Another recent study by the University of Hawaii shows that soil on the islands has been hit with a massive amount of Fukushima fallout, up to 200 times more than was expected.

Depressing, innit.

I feel that Fukushima fatigue coming over me again…

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Saudi Shenanigans

The purge in Saudi Arabia last weekend was quite breathtaking. Eleven princes, four ministers and dozens of former ministers were arrested for ‘corruption’. The arrests were decreed by the monarch, King Salman, and carried out by his powerful son and heir, Mohammed bin Salman. The purge is a complete power grab by the Salman branch of the royal family. Shortly before last weekend’s events in Saudi Arabia, President Trump tweeted this:

The Donald is referring to the state oil giant Saudi Aramco, 5% of which is being put up as an initial public offering (IPO). Aramco is the world’s biggest oil producer and is believed to be worth around 2 trillion dollars, making the IPO worth around 100 billion dollars. That’s a huge amount of money and power and the likes of London and New York are falling over themselves to try to host the Aramco IPO (and the usual corruption is going on). The spin is that Saudi Arabia are flogging off 5% of Aramco to fund a plan to diversify the Saudi economy, but the reality is more likely that the ongoing war in Yemen and the recent low price of oil has hit the Saudi elite where in hurts. The US and Saudi Arabia are joined at the hip by the petrodollar, and this low price of oil has been engineered by the US to damage the economies of countries like Russia, Iran, and Venezuela; but it’s also damaging Saudi Arabia.

One notable thing about last weekend’s purge is that many of those who were arrested have deep and powerful ties to Washington and Wall Street (and as an aside, King Salman & Co are confiscating all the assets of those who were arrested, which are worth hundreds of billions of dollars). Also of note is that China recently offered to directly buy the 5% of Aramco, an offer that’s making London and New York very nervous. To add to the fun and games, in the next month or so the Shanghai International Energy Exchange will open for business, in which countries will be able to trade oil in the Chinese yuan currency, which is backed by gold. China is the world’s biggest importer of Saudi oil and will soon be paying for it with petro-yuan.

The ever increasing cracks in the American Empire:- is last weekend’s purge an indication that Saudi Arabia is going to completely abandon the petrodollar in favour of the petro-yuan? Another indication of this shift is the ailing King Salman’s unprecedented recent visit to Russia, a country which will also be trading in petro-yuan.

It will be interesting to see how things pan out over these coming months.

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Swiss Cheese

More than a month after the Las Vegas mass shooting, which was the worse mass shooting in modern American history, we still know next to nothing about what actually happened. In fact, due to all the speculation there’s now an almost complete media blackout regarding the event. Instead we’ve had wall to wall coverage of sexual harassment in the show biz world, and more latterly sexual harassment in UK politics (none of which is ‘news’; it’s been known about for a long time). Don’t you just love the presstitutes! Despite the news blackout, to the best of my knowledge there are now at least three lawsuits, filed by victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting, against MGM, the owners of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. This one alleges that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stockpiling guns in his room, and that employees were not adequately trained to notice and report suspicious activity. This one has ordered MGM to preserve all evidence in its possession related to the mass shooting. As if that’s not bizarre enough, in the last month more than five people who were witnesses to the shooting have died, most of them in mysterious circumstances. Then there’s Jesus Campos, the security guard who was shot in the leg by gunman Stephen Paddock. Campos was booked to give interviews to many of the major news networks, but then suddenly disappeared, only to reappear two weeks later on the Ellen DeGeneres show, with many commentators saying that the guy who was interviewed was not the same person. To add to the morass, the Daily Mail, et al, have even tried to link the Las Vegas shooting to ISIS, although even the Daily Mail can’t take this one seriously; but credit where credit is due: Tucker Carlson, on Fox News, has been the only one of the presstitutes to address all this madness. Perhaps Tucker will soon be added to the list of people who have died in mysterious circumstances?

In my opinion one good thing about the Las Vegas mass shooting is that it’s woken-up many people to the reality of the world they live in. This one’s got so many holes in it that it’s like Swiss cheese. Naw, our glorious leaders and the media wouldn’t lie to us, would they…

The Daily Mail article referred to in the above video can be found here.

The complete UK Column programme can be found here (the above clip starts at approx. 18 minutes into the programme).

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What a bunch of brave cockroaches these people are…


And the likes of me get banned everywhere.

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Remember, remember, the 5th of November

Gawd, as usual thesedays where do I start..? I know, I’ll start with a nebulous organisation called ISIS: last week a former senior Qatari official admitted in an interview that his country knowingly armed terrorists in Syria and did so with the help and oversight of Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United States (the interview has since gone viral on Arabic social media). Of course, with the ongoing spate between Qatar and the other Gulf states this statement about ISIS et al could be doubted. However, there’s plenty of other evidence which shows that ISIS is a creation of the western intelligence agencies.

ISIS terror attacks in the West continue to escalate. Some of these attacks have a very theatrical air about them, such as the Paris attacks in November 2015, which took place on Friday the 13th and involved the Bataclan Theatre and a band that most people had never heard of called the ‘Eagles of Death Metal’. Also in France, the Nice lorry attack took place on Bastille Day 2016. This week’s attack in Manhattan took place on Halloween. The timing of just about all of these ‘terror attacks’, and the circumstances around them, are far removed from what real Islamist terrorists would do (and I should stress that I’m not saying that people weren’t killed in these attacks). There’s also incredible numerical coincidences that run through many of these attacks which I’ve outlined in a previous post.

This brings me on to this coming weekend, when:


Antifa (Anti-fascist) are funded by George Soros and claim to be left wing. The Antifa ‘uprising’, which begins on Saturday 4th November, has been heavily featured by both the mainstream media (see this post) and the alternate media. This week Antifa have apparently even taken out a full page advert in the New York Times promoting November 4th. To add to the mix, November 4th is also the start of a three day training exercise being carried out by the US Department of Defense. The exercise will simulate what will happen if a massive solar storm brings down communication systems and energy grids across America. Now, by funny coincidence there’s been a lot of media speculation recently about a North Korean electromagnetic pulse (EMP – from a nuclear bomb) attack on America, which would cause the same devastating affects as a massive solar storm. Lastly, on Sunday, President Trump will embark on his first trip to Asia, visiting Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines.

The Antifa ‘uprising’, the Department of Defense training exercise, President Trump leaving the country, the 5th of November stuff, for me it all has a somewhat theatrical air to it, like a Hollywood script. Is something going to happen this weekend..? Who knows. In the totally corrupt hall of mirrors that is the modern western world it’s very hard to figure out what’s really going on. For example, Antifa have been linked to ISIS. Yup, that’s how mad things have become: one phony organisation linked to another phony organisation.

Let’s hope it’s a quiet weekend.

The image is taken from this very good OffGuardian piece.

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