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 a complete pack of lies. This is just the latest in a very long list of USUK psychopath lies going back over many decades, lies that are all reinforced by the equally psychopathic presstitutes.

Talking of which, we’ve just had the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings. Did the moon landings really happen..? (see the preceding paragraph) For a five-year-old child the question is somewhat mute. In 1969 my parents had a big black and white tv set; and yippee, there were now three different channels we could watch! although the channels only put out a broadcast from about 4pm to midnight. During July 1969 there was a quite amazing thing to see on the tv, and all the channels covered it. The Apollo 11 mission was the first strong memory that I have, when humans first apparently walked on the moon. The BBC covered the event with an 11 hour broadcast throughout the night of 20th and early morning of 21st July (such a broadcast was unheard of at the time). Part of this live coverage included a group called Pink Floyd. Pink Floyd performed an instrumental piece called ‘Moonhead’, right there in the BBC studio alongside a panel of scientists and commentators (no, I’m not making this up). As a five-year-old child, I watched the tv coverage totally gobsmacked, because I was half able to understand what was going on: those grainy pictures of men in space suits, seemingly bouncing around in dusty slow motion on a glowing orb that hung in the night sky.

Four years later, and with absolutely no connection to that night in 1969, except that it’s a good story, Pink Floyd released an album called ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’. This brings me onto Rob’s Radio Hour, a series of hour long radio programmes hosted by moi, in which I rabbited on about and played my favourite music. Each Radio Hour featured an album, and played about five tracks from it. The rest of the hour was spaced out with an eclectic mix of music from across the decades. Radio Hour No.10, which was broadcasted in August 2010, featured Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’. Also in the programme are tracks by the likes of The Smiths, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Billy Bragg and a whole host of others that many listeners have probably never heard of. During the intros and outros I give a brief history of each track. If interested you can find Rob’s Radio Hour No.10 below (it’s probably the only one in which I sound half-way professional). The file is in mp3 format and will stream on your media player. Click on the link to listen to the programme. If the link doesn’t work on your browser, right click on it and from the menu select ‘Open in new window’. The programme is offered in either CD quality, if you have a fast internet connection, or Radio quality if you have a slow connection…

Radio Hour No.10: 20th Aug 2010 – CD quality Radio quality

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4 Responses to As The World Falls Down

  1. freddy says:

    Hi Rob,
    is the news agenda controlled by French Deep State Spooks.
    Most papers you have to pay to view.
    France 24 is a joke, most news is at least 36 hours late.
    The recent AK-47 shooting – 3 dead in the South of France
    does not get mentioned, are the French so blaze about machine gun death, these days?

  2. freddy says:

    Mr Canico’s body was found last week after he was reported missing.
    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1161438/france-protests-Steve-Maia-Canico-nantes-emmanuel-macron-yellow-vest-police

    Shocking images show demonstrators setting up barricades to keep police out of the western French city of Nantes, which is engulfed in flames as protesters trigger fires scattered around the region. Mr Macron is now facing increased pressure to intervene as hundreds of protesters express their fury over the death of 22-year-old Steve Maia Canico, who drowned following a police operation at a music festival. Interior minister Christophe Castaner said “all the truth will be known” about the tragedy following an administrative inquiry and a judicial investigation.

    Leave Means Leave – Halloween here we come.
    Boris Johnson has lost his majority, after the LibDems took Brecon in a recent by-election, Tory M.P.’s are jumping ship to join the LibDems, who will not allow |Democracy to exist in their Universe.

  3. freddy says:

    Health minister Agnes Buzyn accepted that “there is a CRISIS” when she visited a hospital in Verneuil-sur-Seine in Yvelines on Thursday.
    https://www.thelocal.fr/20190802/hundreds-of-hospitals-in-france-hit-by-strike-action-of-emergency-workers

    Is all of France in crisis?

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