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  • The Great Global Warming Swindle


    This video "premiered March 8, 2007 on British Channel 4", was uploaded to YouTube 2018.

    Another excellent account of the political history (Lord Monckton) behind the Climate Change narrative can be found here.

    And a short summary of how the techniques of propaganda have been and are still being used to scam us all in 20th and 21st century.

    The Great Global Warming Swindle (2007) full documentary:


  • Excess Deaths - Parliamentary Non-Answers and More


    "How can the Chef Medical Officer get this wrong?"

    and more...

    (12 minutes)


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  • Trump: "Now, We are Going to Complete the Mission"


    Short and purposeful.  

    (4 minutes)


    UN Agenda 47 (1992).

  • Fulford Report Monday 27 Feb 2023


    Aficionados of Ben's reporting should not miss today's report.

    With the feud between the KM and humanity gathering pace, China steps in to call for calm.

    "The destruction of a Western city is subject to a complete news blackout... "

    As always, a modest subscription is required to access the complete article.

    But be warned - he has new and completely different web-site presentation, so you will have to overcome your disbelief and learn new navigation skills! 


  • The Most Egregious Example of Propaganda


    The problem with "Climate Change" is that we fall into the trap of arguing the toss on the basis of "the science" (which is monstrously complex and therefore impossible to prove, and - more to the point - very hard to disprove in the minds of most).

    But the truth of the matter is that it isn't science, it's propaganda.

    So let's look at it from that viewpoint...

    What is propaganda?

    Neither more nor less than the art of deluding the public to believe something that isn't true. The Nazis of Germany in WW2 are reputed to have been adept at this skill (but I don't think they were by themselves). What was their secret?

    "tell a lie big enough and repeat it until people believe it"

    Obviously, the ideal world for the propagandist is one in which the media of the day are controlled. In Germany in 1940 the

  • Down the Rabbit Hole 9 - When the Mob Rises Up!


    Our "Down the Rabbit Hole" series deals with matters that many would dismiss as fanciful speculation of unproven (and even unevidenced) nature - wishful thinking on steroids if you like.

    Yet there is a great deal of it "out there".

    I personally am not so arrogant as to dismiss it all out of hand - there are many things we don't understand about this life, and grounds to believe that much has perhaps intentionally been hidden from us.

    There are also many things going on right now that we don't fully understand, and for myself I have learned of so many matters unsuspected since I started this site, that I can no longer dismiss the outlandish as... well, merely outlandish. My outlandish may be somebody else's lived experience.

    From ancient artefacts and

  • China Tells Us What It Thinks of the US


    We might all think we know what China thinks, but I suspect we have not seen it spelled out in such detail in black and white.

    So here, straight from the horse's mouth as it were, is the uncensored opinion of the government of the People's Republic.

    Why does it matter?

    With the world in geopolitical turmoil over the war in Ukraine, the troubles in the Middle East, and the outright undermining of the constitutions of both the US and the UK, the non-Anglo-Saxon world is realigning itself along BRICS lines, in opposition to the A-S domination of the UN and its associated institutions.

    China being the most populous country on earth (even if India is snapping at its heels in this respect),  controlling the lion's share of the world's manufacturing industry, and with unhappy historical memories of the western world (colonialism, opium wars, etc), we do well to try to understand their views and motivations. Some may

  • Are We Heading Into a Constitutional Crisis?


    We've been seeing a lot of Richard Vobes recently, but that's because he's exploring topics of which we really should be aware.

    Here he is with constitutional experts William Keyte (again) and Justin Walker (Hardwick Alliance) (again) to talk about the Coronation Oath, which, together with Magna Carta 1215 and Common Law, form the bedrock of our constitutional system of law.

    What Oath will King Charles swear on his coronation, and how will it sit in relation to the Oaths of previous monarchs? How will this affect his duties as monarch and his relationship with Parliament? Will it even be made public?

    Or will it open the door wide to effective (if unlawful) Parliamentary tyranny?

    Why is this important (indeed vital for the future of our nation), and what about his relationship with the WEF?

    It turns out that there is a lot to unpack here, some of which perhaps isn't

  • A Cautionary Tale of Convoluted Connections


    Winter isn't over yet, but it is starting afresh for Andrew Stephenson.

    As I have no firsthand knowledge of the case I will leave it to Martin Geddes (no, I'm not part of his team, but he does write excellent material so I find it hard not to feature his work) to explain.

    Suffice it to say that it demonstrates the way in which corporate powers have seemingly tuned their use of obfuscation and complexity to turn the idea of a fair trial on its head.

    Thus effectively weaponising the judicial system against the individual.

    Martin doesn't specify the type of court involved here, merely stating that it was a civil case.

    Worth reading.


  • The Conflation of Rational Emotion with Support for the Unsupportable


    It now seems to be the sole approved (or at least the default) modus operandi of our government, when it requires to encourage the impression of public support for its insupportable policies.

    By evoking our sympathy with the victims, it spuriously seeks to suggest support for its policies.

    In this case conflating genuine public sympathy for the victims with support for its deliberate policy of waging a proxy war with Russia in the Ukraine. Yes I have every sympathy with the people affected but I denounce their policy of war with Russia on the grounds of outright fraud.

    The Russians made very serious attempts post 2014 to bring peace to the region by negotiating and concluding the first Minsk agreement. When that fell apart they returned to the negotiating table and agreed the Minsk II agreement.


  • Death of Net Zero Predicted


    This news will no doubt come as a horrible shock to many, but it's hard to argue with the cold facts.

    No doubt that is exactly why the supporters of Net Zero don't like to talk about the facts, preferring to emphasise the emotional arguments - but when were wars won by emoting?

    As they were never taught in school, emotions are useful for driving your attention and purpose, but thereafter we need evidence logic analysis planning and execution to get to where we want to be.

    The 'orrible Nigel, erstwhile scourge of the EU, now (some think prematurely) retired to journalism, spills the ghastly truths that climate change campaigners won't touch:

    (15 minutes)


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  • You Don't Want to Know This


    Your - our - dystopian micro-future awaits.

    Patrick Wood, having studied it for years, is probably the most informed person about technocracy, and here he offer us an exploration by Spartacus of the possibilities, in more depth than many may care to fathom.

    When they talk of synthesis of the organic with the digital, they are not stopping with nanoparticles...

    I'm writing this on a somewhat clunky old-fashioned computer that takes up a nowadays unwarranted acreage of my available desk-space - but this form of desktop can still be bought by gamers sold on extracting the last vestige of speed to drive their all-consuming passion. At a cost of course.

    But by engineering it at the molecular level instead of the scales currently possible with today's silicon-chippery, it could be reduced in size to something rather more like - say - a fingernail. And by integrating it into the body's DNA as a biodigital construct

  • Covid - Climate Change - Propaganda


    The Daily Sceptic Newsletter today highlights some pertinent pieces that neatly skewer the most egregious canards of our time.

    Is there nothing that the powers that be get right?

    I won't comment on them individually, because in truth there is nothing very new to say (and it would take too long), but taken as a whole they do make one wonder if there is today any matter the news / government propose that doesn't warrant the greatest possible level of scrutiny and distrust.

    One might think it an exaggeration to say that "they have lied to us about everything" but... is it really?

    It's your judgement that counts. Not the government's. Not the NHS's. Not the WHO's. Not the UN-WEF partnership's.

  • A Note on Our Deal with Rwanda


    That our UK government is hell-bent on importing as many immigrants as wish to come is now established beyond reasonable doubt.

    But won't the new deal with Rwanda dissuade at least the uninvited from coming?

    Well, anybody enthusiastic enough to risk a sea crossing by underpowered overcrowded deflatable may not be too discouraged by a theoretical risk of (temporary?) redeployment elsewhere.

    But even if they are, will our intake of the uninvited really be reduced by as many are are (temporarily?) sent away again?

    (6 minutes)



  • Slavery is Optional - TV Licensing Plot Thickens


    As tragic events continue to unfold globally, NATO (still!) pushes WW3 via the Ukraine, and the UK political parties (still!) plumb ever greater depths of incoherence, it remains appropriate to remind ourselves of matters spiritual.

    For those of you who have not yet sussed our Rolling submenu (craftily hidden beneath the Latest main menu item!) I would direct you towards Martin Geddes, who is very generously chronicling his own journey towards the spiritual so that we too may benefit from his experiences.

    I think you may agree that it is no mean thing to open up your personal journey to public inspection as Martin has done - and continues to do - and I salute him for it.

    What has TV licensing to do with matters spiritual? Maybe it's symptomatic of the basic need to distinguish right from wrong, fraud from honest endeavour, and generosity

  • President Putin Addresses the Federal Assembly


    This is a comprehensive review of Russia's understanding of the history leading-in to the war in the Ukraine. Whether you support Russia or the West, this is an essential update from the principle protagonist.

    Will we see a similar wide-ranging response from a western leader? 

    (1hr 54 mins)



  • Undead WHO "Pandemic" Treaty Incoming?


    Where America leads, the UK follows.

    This treaty has been subject to much (conflicting) reporting of late, but this is the latest.

    The WHO Director-General (currently Tedros) can unilaterally declare a pandemic.

    Member states of the WHO would then be obliged by treaty to implement all measures dictated by the WHO.

    (14 minutes) 


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  • We Must Take Our Truth Where We Can Find It


    I find a great deal of truth in this interview with John O'Looney, but it's up to each of us to find our own truth where we may.

    (31 minutes)


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  • Another Take on the Current Situation


    Mr Li Hongzhi, founder of Falun Gong, outlines his vision of the purpose of humanity, the Universe, and where we are in the current universal life-cycle.

    For my own part I have learned to respect the principle of intellectual humility. We all have something to offer and baggage (Latin: impedimenta - which I think says it all) to hinder our progress.

    I'm sure that Mr Li is no different in that respect, but to us in the West his viewpoint may seem ignorant and outrageous in a number of respects. I don't share that opinion. His cultural background differs from ours but rather than dismiss it out of hand, perhaps we should celebrate our points of agreement before we highlight our differences.

    One of our shared beliefs may well be in the "end of times" scenario. The book of Revelation ought to be

  • The Debate on Woke - Oxford Union


    Are the Woke open to rational argument?

    Toby Young asserts his views...

    (13 minutes)


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    Konstantin Kisin tests the waters...