Author Archives: Rob Godfrey

Rocket Man and the Shooting Star

In my previous post, which was about the petrodollar and likely collapse of the American Empire, I gave the opinion that Trump & Co are mad enough to actually start a war with China. One day after I made that … Continue reading

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Do MI5 shop at Lidl?

The terror attack last Friday at Parson’s Green Tube station seemed to be a lucky escape for the people involved in the incident. I say “seemed” because as is often the case with these recent terror attacks there are lots … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance and Dust

In this anniversary week of the September 11th attacks in 2001 I’ve read an awful lot of arguements about it all, both from those who believe the official narrative and from those who believe it was some kind of inside … Continue reading

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September 11th

Today is the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, a series of events that have so many anomalies, and have had such dreadful consequences, that it’s difficult to know where to start. I suppose we could start with Thierry … Continue reading

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Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Rosetta Tharpe was born on a cotton plantation in Arkansas in 1915. Both of Tharpe’s parents were musicians and her mother was also an evangelist and preacher for the Church of God in Christ. By the age of six, Tharpe … Continue reading

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About That Hydrogen Bomb…

Since news came through this morning that North Korea had tested another atom bomb – and the North Koreans claimed it to be a hydrogen bomb – I’ve been keeping an eye on the MSM news channels to gauge their … Continue reading

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Cranial Capacity 1400cc

I finished my fourth memoir earlier this year. It’s called Cranial Capacity 1400cc and covers the decade between 2007 and early 2017. The book goes into a lot of the French stuff that I often bang on about on this … Continue reading

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Memories of Princess Diana and the Royals

I’m a Londoner born and bred (I was born in the Old Kent Road in 1964). The house I lived in was 6 miles from central London. I worked as a self-employed draughtsman (technical drawings, used as the basis for … Continue reading

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Barcelona – Another Day, Another False Flag

In my previous post I was banging on about false flag terrorism, but after I posted it I realised that I didn’t directly give any examples (because, to be honest, I get bored with it all). So, in this post … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory

It’s generally known that the term ‘conspiracy theory’ was cooked-up by the CIA in the 1960s, in order to discredit those who challenged the official narrative of the John F. Kennedy assassination (Kennedy was assassinated on 22nd November 1963). Since … Continue reading

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I Married A Monster From Outer Space

I came across this short clip on the internet today. It’s the performance poet John Cooper Clarke explaining in an interview why he doesn’t have a computer… John Cooper Clarke is now knocking 70 years old and still performs regularly. … Continue reading

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Inverted Totalitarianism

Earlier this month Chris Hedges gave a very good speech at the Earth at Risk Conference 2017. Those familiar with Chris Hedges will know that he often talks about ‘inverted totalitarianism’. What I liked about this particular speech is that … Continue reading

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Is Donald Trump Insane?

This is just a quick follow up to my previous post about the situation with North Korea. The following is an excerpt from George Galloway’s show on UK TalkRadio last Friday. Galloway interviews John LeBoutillier, a former Republican Senator, and … Continue reading

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Fu Man Chu meets Dr Strangelove

There’s acres being written at the moment about the crisis on the Korean peninsular, and I wasn’t going to add to those acres. However, there’s been an important development today that hasn’t been widely reported… China should also make clear … Continue reading

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Hiroshima Mon Amour

On this 72nd anniversary of the nuclear bombs being dropped on Japan I thought I’d link to a previous post of mine, about Midori Naka, a well-known actress who was in Hiroshima on 6th August 1945 and survived the nuclear … Continue reading

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