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  • Why Mr Putin Owes his Power to The West


    Yes, it's Scott Ritter again.

    It's a long story and it takes a long video to explain it.

    Scott is nothing if not a realist, but UK/US/NATO is nothing when it comes to realism.

    It turns out that Putin may never have been able to take effective command in Russia without the unintentional but highly effective assistance from the West.

    Has the West learned from its mistakes?

    "We spend more money on nothing than you can possibly imagine"

    "We in the West cannot be honest with ourselves about what's really going on because we've painted ourselves into a corner... everything we're doing from a policy standpoint is solving a problem that isn't linked to reality... "

    And so on to the unfolding situation in Israel (at 64 minutes)...


  • GE 2024 - Voting Explained


    The inimitable Richard Vobes explains his approach to Rishi's General Election of 4th July 2024.

    Summertime, but not school holidays, so turnout probably not the highest in living memory...

    Will it be a politicians' election, or a people's election?

    "We endure tyranny because we do not understand the rules of power"

    (13 minutes)


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  • Flat Earth "Explained"


    The Flat Earth theory is much in prominence these days, and whilst I don't necessarily reject it out of hand, a lot of people cite biblical reference to support it, and we are discovering gradually that much of what we were taught in school and elsewhere is just flat out (sorry, couldn't resist) wrong.

    So should we give the flat earth theory credence?

    I wouldn't rule it out, although I wouldn't rule it in either, as there are too many facets about it that don't make much sense to me.

    Do we really live on a flat cake dish under a glass dome to keep us fresh and clean for customers in Café Universe? What does that say about the customers and the café? And about us?!

    Will it all make sense in the future? I cannot say, but I can say that this little exercise in explaining how it works is probably the best I have seen so far.

    Moe seriously, it leaves a number of

  • UK Climate Engineering Programmes


    Richard Vobes interviews Ian Simpson, climate sleuth, who tells us what he knows about the artificial clouds that pervade our skies - and why we should perhaps be gargling with red wine...

    "... most of it is tiny plastic fibres... people can't see the sky until they remove these things... "

    "... the idea really is to do it without being caught... "

    There are a lot of new ideas here, but clearly more research is needed!

    (67 minutes)


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  • Chemtrails and Contrails - Is There a Difference?


    The last word on chemtrails? Who's conning whom? And why?

    "... one is to block out the sun in accordance with the... fraudulent Paris Climate Accord... "

    "... we're being very slowly and insidiously poisoned: Barium, Strontium, Aluminium oxide... " 

    ... and who knows what else?

    (56 minutes)


    Make of this what you will.


  • Destruction of the Twin Towers - Roland Angle's Review


    Roland Angle, board Chairman of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, talks about why the destruction of the twin towers has lost none of its contentious attributes in the nearly 23 years since it happened in 2001.

    On the one hand we have the official government enquiry which attributed the collapse of the three World Trade Centre buildings (WTC1 WTC2 WTC7) to fire, and on the other hand we have the professional qualified engineers that were (and are still) adamant that fire alone could not possibly account for the observed collapses - and indeed that video evidence strongly suggests that they fell into their own footprint as a result of controlled demolition.

    We have covered the events of 9/11 and the subsequent controversies previously, but the official narrative remains the

  • Fulford Report Monday 20 May 2024


    Another Monday, another Fulford Report.

    Headline event is the helicopter crash with the deaths of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and others. It's probably too soon to be certain of the facts but it certainly isn't going to stop speculation nor reduce tensions in the area.

    Meanwhile the ICC turns up the pressure on both Israel and Hamas leadership, and President Zelensky is president no more as his term has expired. And Russia wants him for "war crimes".

    Lots of new angles this week! (Modest subscription required)

    As always, make of it what you will.


  • They Do Things Differently in Japan - Perhaps We Should Pay Attention?


    We could be forgiven for believing that ever since WW2, both the UK and Japan were under the same sort of financial control as the USA.

    Apparently not quite...

    But what does the future hold?

    Nick Hubble explains the impossibilities and contradictions... but what do they mean and can they be resolved?

    And what does demographic decline mean and how did Japan (and how might we) cope with it?

    (26 minutes)


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  • President Putin Reviews the Global Situation at a Press Conference


    Whatever you think of Mr Putin, if he is your enemy, then know thine enemy. Otherwise, know what he says anyway.

    Maybe we should hear what Mr Biden would say at a similar press event.

    "There will be no more negotiations"

    (36 minutes)


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  • Campaign Thoughts from Jonathan Tilt


    Our democracy is so structured that only candidates for the major parties have any realistic hope of getting elected. History shows that to be so, or at least to have been so in the past...

    Major reforms need somehow to be instituted that would allow independent candidates a fair opportunity to present their case, and/or voters need to proactively hold their elected politicians / parties to account, which they don't currently do because they have been brainwashed over many years to believe that only candidates of the major parties have any chance of election - a self-fulfilling belief if ever there was one.

    If we voted according to our conscience rather than for the least worst main party candidate, we might surprise ourselves!

  • Conflict of Interest? How Old-Fashioned


    As if we didn't know it in our hearts already, but kudos to  DR CARL HENEGHAN AND DR TOM JEFFERSON for spelling it out for the Daily Sceptic.

    Some of he highest medical advisers in the land seem to have some little (or not so little) financial support from one part of Big Pharma or another, even though (or perhaps because) they are supposedly working in the public interest.

    I would bet that they are a long way from being the only public officials charged with supporting our medical safety who have such financial links, whether disclosed or not.

    Not to mention media presenters...

    "Serious reform is needed and has been for a long time"


  • Clif High Back on Video! With Some Serious Thinking


    It's been quite a long time since Clif gave one of his own videos, but his new rig is definitely superior to the old.

    Here he takes issue with Elon Musk and Alex Jones, muses on his understanding of how human memory works (simplistic overview only, thank Heaven he didn't go into the detailed version!).

    I'm not going to try to summarise the rest of Clif's brain dump, but MK Ultra / mind control processes are reviewed, not to mention love-making, fight or flight, 1947... and aluminium oxide, chemtrails, 5G, Finns, Kalahari Bushmen + a few others, and Atlantis.

    Oh, and more...

    We are all MK-Ultra'd now.


    (52 minutes)

    Your hippo is under attack!

  • Another Scott Ritter MasterClass After Events in Slovakia


    I wasn't going to present yet another Scott Ritter rant (just yet), but this one, prompted by the attempted assassination of Robert Fico, prime minister of Slovakia, is (as always) informative, sometimes surprising, and broadens out perhaps inevitably into the ramifications of the current state of the Ukraine war and the prospects for peace negotiations now that Russia has put an arrest warrant out for Zelensky.

    And if not peace, then what?

    (50 minutes)


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  • Regrettably, This Is About Covid - and Not!


    Regular readers will have noticed that I don't publish too much about Covid any more. It's not that it isn't important, but there's a lot else besides that needs saying these days.

    Still, Mike Yeadon has published an important summary (nothing new there, in either sense!) that serves as a very useful reminder that Covid was precisely conceived as a psy-op.

    Both he and I noticed quite quickly that Covid as a pandemic was seemingly exceptional in not creating any surge of excess deaths if we ignored reported cause of death. So either the cause of death was misreported, or there was no pandemic, or Covid itself somehow suppressed other normal causes of death.

    It turned out that as Covid arrived, flu flew away, just like that!

    Call me old-fashioned (thank you!) but Mike Yeadon explains it much better than

  • Lies, Damned Lies, And Green Cost Assertions


    It's pretty obvious that the assertions of cheap renewable power are somewhat adrift from reality when such assertions coincide with ever rising fuel bills, despite ever more "renewable" power installations, not to mention opaque subsidy schemes.

    Either some middle-man is making a killing between power generation and delivery, or some cherry-picking of the definition of "costs" is involved, or total incompetence, outright fraud, or maybe all four...

    The continuing need for subsidies to make it all compatible with gas-powered generation (itself not exactly becoming any cheaper since the machinations around the Ukraine war), and the somewhat opaque government power pricing scheme that could have been designed to confuse the uninitiated, and one begins to see the scale of the deception.

    David Turner (Daily Sceptic) puts it all into the realm of facts and figures for us.

    It seems that most of the subsidies go to

  • Carbon Capture - The Obvious Solution?


    Leaving aside the inconvenient fact that without carbon dioxide, vegetation would not grow and we would all perish from starvation, it could still be just about plausible that too much CO2 would be in some way damaging... for instance, if we had 100% CO2 then we would all suffocate for lack of oxygen.

    Happily, in the presence of sunlight and green vegetation, 100% CO2 would be impossible, since the vegetation would convert it to oxygen in short order (probably strangling us within its infinitely-enfolding tendrils in the process). All without even considering the similar aquatic life that also processes CO2 in the oceans.

    Which rather begs the question: if the vegetation (farmed or natural) already performs the carbon capture process for free, what need to invent an artificial capture process?

    And is it really wise to even consider blocking the sun (chemtrails etc) thus limiting the power of vegetation to

  • Lord Frost Speaks


    Lord Frost is the man who was perhaps most central to actually getting us out of the clammy embrace of the European Union. As such he has a track record which demands some respect.

    OK, our exit was "negotiated"  in probably the worst possible way, but I believe that aspect of the process wasn't within his brief.

    I suppose that many hope or have faith that Lord Frost is not a typical politician, but is perhaps a more traditional politician for whom his responsibilities to the peoples of these isles matters. We need all the help we can get, even from politicians within the system, so perhaps we should wish more powers to his elbow.

    None of which is to say that I would expect him (if elected) to make much difference - the forces of darkness seem to be too far embedded within the woodwork of our institutions for one man to overthrow, and overthrow does seem to be what we need.

    Still, what do I know? Never say

  • Nigel Farage on the Incoming US Election in November


    Love him or hate him, Nigel Farage has the tremendous advantage that he isn't Tory or Labour or LibDem or Green, and has a very long and robust history of fighting for the freedom of the United Kingdom, even making the proceedings of the European Parliament as entertaining as we never thought possible in the process.

    He has also consistently demonstrated remarkable understanding of the way that the political winds are blowing.

    So here we present the Nick and Nigel show, assessing the extraordinary (even by American standards) electoral situation in the run-up to the November US Presidential elections, and what that may mean for the Trump and Biden show:

    (15 minutes)


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  • The Most Important Question in the Universe ...


    The most important question in the universe... is also the most annoying when repetitively asked by small children!

    "Mummy, why did that man tell me to cycle in the road?"

    "Because he's a policeman and you are not supposed to cycle on the pavement dear"

    "Mummy, why am I not supposed to cycle on the pavement?"

    "Because it's against the law dear"

    "Mummy, why is it against the law?"


    OK, enough of that, you get the picture. Children instinctively understand that the "Why" is important.

    Perhaps that tells us something?

    But when people in big organisations ask themselves the "Why" question and don't get any satisfactory answer,

  • Ukraine - War Without End?


    Some believe that the war has already ended.

    Some think all the West needs to do is to send more money munitions and equipment, and train more fresh Ukrainian conscripts of just-about-fighting age to work them.

    Some believe we should send our own troops to "confront Putin" (but it is fairly obvious that we have already done that to some extent, so we are already at war with Russia).

    I suppose some even think that a few nukes aimed at Russia would do the job, even at this late stage, but we won't go there today.

    One thing I think we can rule out is "war without end". Russia has made it plain that that isn't going to happen, and, well, she seems to hold all the cards...

    "The lack of manpower in Ukraine cannot be solved. It is a product of endless death paid for with our tax dollars. NATO has prolonged the fighting with funding and arms, but not to win, only to