This used to be one of my most widely viewed music posts, a post I made back in February 2011. In the meantime copyright stuff has changed hands and YouTube has blocked the videos I embedded. This of course mightily … Continue reading
My spiderbomb.com domain has been down for the best part of six days, while it was being transferred from an American registrar to a European one. This blog is by far the most visited site under the spiderbomb.com domain, having … Continue reading
I registered my spiderbomb.com domain name on 16th February 2000; that’s 18 years ago, and despite my chaotic life I’ve managed to keep it up and running, particularly during the 2000s, when owning a domain name and hosting it on … Continue reading
For the record, as someone familiar with Warsaw (Poland) in the Soviet days, this pop video made in the 1980s is quite remarkable. Perhaps the most striking thing is that people in the West are now just as enslaved as … Continue reading
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
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…
www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2010/01/the_911_post/comment-page-125/#comment-705756 And the likes of me get banned everywhere.
People like a certain former British ambassador’s take on the New York terror attack this week seriously degrades the narrative despite the fact that it comes on top of the ‘Las Vegas attack’ at the start of October, an attack … Continue reading
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
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
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
I originally posted this almost six years ago, John Cooper Clarke’s Beasley Street, and I was comparing Cooper Clarke to Bob Dylan. The original piece I linked to kept disappearing from YouTube. It’s now back up again, in a truncated … Continue reading
You don’t need an account to post here. I do not censor anything beyond the usual hate speech stuff. So, if you have the inclination, let us know what you think.
You can overdose on spectacular scenery in these parts, yet the Haines Highway still won’t disappoint. Boreal forests, high mountain peaks, glaciers, rivers, lakes, you name it and you’ll see it along the Haines Highway. To the west of the … Continue reading
I’ve tried to video capture this one for posterity, but alas I’ve been unsuccessful, hence the link to a BBC web page… http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04q5cmf