Author Archives: Rob Godfrey

Brexit and Frexit Whatsit

This weekend has seen Acte 43, the 43rd consecutive weekend of gilets jaunes protests. These protests take place all over France, and during Acte 43 some of the most heavy-handed policing took place in Rouen and Montpellier… Nothing is calming … Continue reading

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Freddie Mercury – born 73 years ago today

For a Wikipedia page, Freddie’s one is fairly accurate, and if interested you can find it here. I haven’t posted much on this blog recently, despite the fact that there’s an absolute mountain of historical stuff happening at the moment; … Continue reading

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Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’

The MSM coverage of the supposed suicide last weekend of the earlier convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has been embarrassing, to say the least. This from the BBC: Just hours after the high-profile financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Update on the Gilets Jaunes

I can’t say too much about how things stand at the present (because we now live in what are effectively police states). If you want a good resource article about what’s happening in France you can find it here… https://areyouayellowvest.com/the-incredible-violence-of-emmanuel-macrons-politics/ … Continue reading

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As The World Falls Down

I’ve been a bit silent on this blog of late, and not because there’s any lack of things to comment about, not least the USUK psychopath’s determination to start a war with Iran, a war that is all built on … Continue reading

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Galloway and Hedges Chew the Cud

Before I get onto this week’s interview that Chris Hedges did with George Galloway, I should mention that this weekend was Acte 35 of the gilets jaunes protests; ie, the 35th consecutive week of protests, not just in Paris but … Continue reading

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Divas – Hope and Hannah

Last Thursday, 4th July, President Trump gave an Independence Day speech in which he claimed that in the 1700s, more than 300 years ago, there were airports and airplanes; but I think I’ve done enough ‘batshit crazy’ posts for the … Continue reading

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Batshit Crazies – Part Two

Earlier this week Associated Press and Reuters purposely mistranslated a speech by Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani. They made it sound as if Rouhani had insulted President Donald Trump, calling him ‘mentally retarded’. Rouhani never said that, but here’s how Trump … Continue reading

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Batshit Crazies

Apparently, last night the Americans came within an inch of attacking targets in Iran: Donald Trump ‘cancelled Iran strikes with planes in the air’. Military operation reportedly called off, as Democrats warn US could ‘bumble into’ war I say ‘apparently’ … Continue reading

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It’s Iran Wot Dunnit

BREAKING: The US State Dept has published more footage that proves #Iran are behind the bombing of two oil tankers: pic.twitter.com/SWOpCuuNWw — Gordon Dimmack (@GordonDimmack) June 15, 2019 Moon of Alabama disagrees with the consensus in the alternate media, and … Continue reading

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Cold Wars and Cold Shoulders

Last weekend marked the 30th consecutive week of gilets jaunes protests (Acte 30). At my local roundabout on the autoroute there were about 20 gilets jaunes on the roadside, as there has been ever since these protests started last November. … Continue reading

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The Freedom and Democracy Car Crash

Yesterday President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May gave a 30 minute long press conference that was both astonishing and embarrassing in large measure. Well, perhaps not so astonishing for those who take a close interest in what really … Continue reading

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Chemical Gina and Julia Assange

There’s been rumours flying around for a number of weeks now that the security services (those jolly chaps in MI5 and the CIA, et al) have been administering psychotropic drugs to Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison, in London. Today there’s … Continue reading

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Au Revoir Treason May

Almost three years ago, shortly after a referendum that asked for Brexit, the then Prime Minister David Cameron stood at a podium outside No.10 Downing Street and announced that he was resigning. After giving a short speech, Cameron turned and … Continue reading

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A French Lawyer Speaks Out (Again)

In a previous post I featured a video put out by a French lawyer called Georgia Pouliquen. The video was English language and featured some of the violence being meted out during the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) protests. Georgia Pouliquen … Continue reading

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