Author Archives: Rob Godfrey

All the world’s a stage

If you’ve seen my previous post you’ll know that I’m of the opinion that Trump was installed as President by the deep state. They put the Donald in as a foil to the rising public anger in the United States, … Continue reading

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Hillary’s going down (but not on Bill)

As if things could not get anymore bizarre at the moment, the spawn of Hillary and Bill, Chelsea Clinton, has tweeted the Church of Satan wishing them a happy new year. Chelsea Clinton is also said to wear an upside … Continue reading

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Locks and Keys

Quite by chance, today I came across a band called ‘Locks’ and their just released latest single, which is called Skin. Locks consist of L.Geary-Griffin (lead vocal / guitar), Mike Byrne (double bass), Marian McClenagan (fiddle) and Andy Marvell on … Continue reading

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A Surreal Christmas and Security

I got back from a trip to the UK yesterday afternoon. It was the first time I’ve been back to the UK in ten years. I originally planned to spend a week there, over Christmas. but my younger sister, who … Continue reading

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A Merry Christmas to one and all

I’m going to be away during the Christmas holiday. I will probably be back at base, and blogging again, shortly before New Year’s Eve. In the meantime here’s an oldie but goldie…

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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 … Continue reading

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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… … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The Guardian are war criminals

This piece is just breathtaking… https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/nov/16/katharine-viner-we-need-public-interest-journalism-in-turbulent-digital-age 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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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