The Psychopaths Who Rule Us

I’ve never been a big fan of Alex Jones, but what they’ve just done to him is beyond the pale, because free speech is so important, even if you don’t agree with what’s being said. I’m of the opinion that Alex Jones is part of the QAnon PsyOp, but I can live with that, because all voices should be heard, including the propaganda. We are all adults, and we can make up our own mind about what’s real and what’s not. Having said that, a huge number of people bought into the President Obama rollocks (and still do), despite the fact that all of Obama’s actions were to the contrary. Same thing with President Trump. I’m reminded of John Lydon’s closing remark at the end of the Sex Pistols’ final gig in San Francisco: “ever get the feeling you’ve been conned”.

The Alex Jones thang is being framed by many as the first major attack on the alternate media. This is patently untrue: the psychopaths who rule us have been closing down the alternate media big time for the last year or so, and they’ve done this by going after lesser known people. That link is to Richie Allen’s web site, and Allen has just been taken into hospital, cause as yet unknown. Methinks a contributory factor might be high blood pressure, which is an occupational hazard thesedays for all of us in the so-called ‘alternate media’ (earlier this year my blood pressure was so high that my doctor told me I was at serious risk of suffering a stroke). Two muckers have managed to avoid stress related stuff: earlier this week Jason Liosatos on his Outside The Box programme interviewed Gerald Celente. This is what the psychopaths, the cockroaches don’t want you to see…

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8 Responses to The Psychopaths Who Rule Us

  1. JOML says:

    The BBC tried to undermine two Scottish independence ‘alternative’ media sites recently. Wings Over Scotland’s Stuart Campbell has been on the end of a sustained attack by the establishment, even being arrested last year only for no charges to materialise. Here’s Alex Salmond’s letter to the Director General, questioning the actions of the BBC (now resolved for the meantime).
    Keep up the good work, Rob.

  2. freddy says:

    Well, the BBC has been consistent in its reporting on events in Syria, over the last few years.
    Consistently pro-regime change.
    Now the Syrian war is moving into the closing stages, more than ninety percent of those people, still living in Syria, are living in areas under Syrian government control, more Syrians are moving back to these areas from abroad, yet not a mention by the disgusting BBC.

  3. freddy says:

    Man charged with walking pig without a lead in Norwich

    This is the sort of nonsense the BBC seems to consider news

    Yet not a mention of hundreds of thousands of Syrians moving into Syrian Government controlled areas?

  4. freddy says:

    Looks like the IDF are almost ready to invade Gaza.

  5. freddy says:

    Charges are dropped against ex-police chief Sir Norman Bettison, accused of blaming fans for Hillsborough disaster

    Now who could have seen that coming?

    Almost anybody.

  6. freddy says:

    French President Emmanuel Macron’s government will tackle social spending in the next wave of its reforms as weaker than expected growth puts pressure on the budget deficit, the prime minister said on Sunday.
    Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said in an interview in Le Journal du Dimanche that the government would press on with its reform drive in the face of record unpopularity after little more than a year in office.

    Macron has so far largely turned a deaf ear to criticism of his reforms, with detractors dubbing him the president of the rich
    France 24

    is France ungovernable?

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