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  • The View From Moscow

    2024-03-19

    Since no western media seems interested in what Mr Putin thinks, even though he has (by whatever means) achieved another incumbency as President of the Russian Federation, it must be appropriate to understand his views.

    If he is a friend (recognising that by some miracle we are not yet at war with Russia) then his views are important to us, and if he is an enemy, then "know thine enemy".

    Zero Hedge brings us up to date.

     

     

  • World on the Brink?

    2024-03-19

    Regular readers will be familiar with the inimitable Ivor Cummins, who always seems to dive into the problems of the moment with precision.

    Today he gives free reign to Simon Hunt, who as well as being a relic of Empire also knows a thing or two about economics and geopolitics, which are in many ways two sides of the same coin.

    "... if the Fed instead of dropping rates, raises them, the market will be so shocked...inflation has not been defeated, and... the Fed knows it... "

    NB: We don't do financial advice on this site, so none of this should be so construed.

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  • Chris Hedges Reports on the News

    2024-03-19

    "I remember 25, 30 years ago we used to point to the BBC as the counterpoint to the biased and propagandistic US media, I would say now the BBC is as bad as any... "

    "... that means that these propaganda narratives may be more pervasive than ever, but I think they are more mistrusted and disdained than ever as well... "

    Chris Hedges interviews Ali Abuminah, "a Palestinian-American journalist and the co-founder of The Electronic Intifada".

    This initially impresses as being as dry as dust, but actually it's a pretty clear exposition of how propaganda has progressively swamped actual news journalism over recent times, to the point now where independent journalism has been comprehensively banished from mainstream media outlets. Stick with it, and hear the ways in which media manipulation is used to frame public opinion being coolly and meticulously dissected.

    "The media has become a far

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  • Fulford Report - Biblical Surrender - Monday 18 March 2024

    2024-03-18

    "...  sources say what has happened is beyond biblical in scale because it means the end of a war against fallen angels that has been raging for 26,000 years"

    "The sources say confirmation of change will come when Goldman Sachs announces their departure from Japan on April 15th"

    If that doesn't whet your appetite, I don't know what will!

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  • Catastrophic Confusion & Obsessive Covid Disorder

    2024-03-18

    It has taken 4 years to move from Obsessive Covid Disorder to a point where we may now perhaps indulge in some rational argument about what really happened in 2019-20, and how we might actually more sensibly work in the future.

    Leaving aside all the technical virological and counter-measures arguments, it is apparent that the situation management of early 2020 where "the science" met "the government" in a conflicting and fast-changing muddle of overthrown pandemic preparedness and panic (which saw much of the former somehow displaced by much of the latter), this contribution by the good folk at the Global Warming Policy Foundation is, if not completely timely, at least on target.

    What has Covid got to do with Global Warming? Both involve serious interaction between "government" and "science", so should be subject to a set ofcommon principles.

    The authors' primary contention is

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  • How did we get from Freedom to Public-Private Dictatorship?

    2024-03-17

    It's been a long road travelled largely out of the headlines... perhaps because those who write the headlines didn't want to make any kind of big deal out of it.

    The truth is that even where we are today, if freedom of speech had been respected throughout then we probably wouldn't be so far down the road - but freedom of journalism (as opposed to freedom of speech) ie: the freedom to dig for the stories and have them published with appropriate fanfare, has been quietly withdrawn for many years now, without being reported. 

    After all, why would you publish negative stories about the outfits that provide your income?

    Today, at the dawn of the age of citizen journalism outside the reach of the big publishers, that has begun to be reversed, despite desperate attempts to discourage defund and shut down popular channels that publish the truth that the big boys don't like.

    Jeffrey Tucker, founder, author, and

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  • Explosive? Is that Too Mild a Word?

    2024-03-17

    Once again Richard Vobes' channel challenges the integrity of the  "Establishment".

    From a little local malfeasance we are led right to the heart of government, and even beyond.

    "The only way now to move forward on this... we need to instil trust back into our government... how can we trust people to make decisions for us if they have a... personal financial motive... the system won't work"

    (That used to be recognised as a "conflict of interest", a situation seemingly now habitually honoured in the breach rather than the observance)

    You won't believe where else he says this goes.

    "I'm going to explain the things that I think need to happen... "

    "Wellundoubtedly this is the reason that there is the disparity between the rich and poor...

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  • End of the Old, Start of the New?

    2024-03-16

    Undoubtedly - but which "Old" and which "New"?

    And will the "New" be an improvement on the disappearing "Old"?

    And importantly, who is to judge?

    I would also ask - did the "Old" actually exist? (Or did we merely perceive it to exist?)

    Many people today are having their perceptions shaken, on a scale from "not a lot" to "OMG!", to the extent that if we could, it might be useful to be able to grade the upset level on some sort of measurable scale, much like the Richter scale is used to indicate the force of an earthquake.

    And "earthquake" is an appropriate metaphor for occasions when our whole world-view is being inexorably revealed to be substantially the reverse of the truth.

    What we previously perceived was what "those behind the curtain" wished us to perceive, whereas what we are now beginning to perceive is the

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  • Down the Rabbit Hole ... with Q

    2024-03-16

    Readers unfamiliar with our "Down the Rabbit Hole" series may like to view some of the earlier articles here, starting with nbr 1. Many may consider these propositions extreme, but the question is, can they be disproved?

    Could they be possible, and if so, what would be the implications? 

    If the implications would be trivial, then who cares? But if they would be earth-shaking, perhaps we should take note.

    The implications here are about as serious as we might imagine, + 100%...

    ... but don't panic...

    "As I continue to re-emphasise, we are in full control of this war. Everything we are being shown now has taken place whilst the

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  • "How I Assisted Colchester Council"

    2024-03-15

    Rachel Matthews entertains Clive de Carle, Matt le Tissier, and Richard Vobes...

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  • "US's 'Silent Escape' from Ukraine"

    2024-03-14

    Col Macgregor - "we will leave the way we did when we left Vietnam".

    I think that says it all.

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  • Scott Ritter - Hamas Made a Horrible Calculated Decision ...

    2024-03-14

    Scott Ritter brings us up to date on what he sees happening in Gaza, now and in the near future.

    "There will be no returning to the status quo once this war is over... "

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  • Down the Rabbit Hole ... to Wherever, Whenever

    2024-03-14

    Readers unfamiliar with our "Down the Rabbit Hole" series may like to view some of the earlier articles here, starting with nbr 1. Many may consider these propositions extreme, but the question is, can they be disproved?

    Could they be possible, and if so, what would be the implications? 

    If the implications would be trivial, then who cares? But if they would be earth-shaking, perhaps we should take note.

    So today we feature the experiences of Dr. David Morehouse, "renowned author and foremost expert in Remote Viewing and Spiritual Transformation"...

    ... with (you guessed it) a certain TLA.

    If you automatically refute seemingly

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  • Our World, and How to Leave It

    2024-03-14

    Our world has seemed to be run by those who manipulate the money supply in order to impoverish the poor and enrich the rich. The scam is run on long timescales, typically longer than the average lifetime, possibly longer than many lifetimes...  thus providing a degree of protection from the intelligent human who never experiences the full progression until his old age, at which point he/she is typically retired and feeling too old to do anything about it.

    In this interview, Michael O'Bernicia tells the story of how he came to not only discover and analyse the age-old scam, but also to devise and implement the antidote that he suggests will put an end to it.

    In some ways the Universal Community Trust has similarities to Michael Tellinger's One Small Town initiative, being global in focus

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  • A Spanner in the Greenworks?

    2024-03-12

    More from Net Zero Watch - or, to dig a little deeper, from the Royal Society, no less.

    They have uncovered a problem with the modelling of methods to deal with the intermittency of "renewables". Yes, it's odd that isn't it? But it's becoming almost routine rather than unprecedented to find problems with "the modelling" these days.

    I suspect that because modelling is (or can be) rather complex, the public has a tendency to consider it something that scientists do and it must therefore be "scientific" - but that is an error. It might reflect science if done well, or it might just reflect the prejudice and/or error of the modeller. And if the modeller is modelling something that isn't fully understood in the first place, well...  the result isn'tlikely to be very close to useful.

    In this case, they

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  • The Impact of Energy

    2024-03-12

    A short but educational film on the impact of energy availability on human society.

    A useful but uncomplicated review of the basic principles and the relationship between energy and humanity down the ages.

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  • Neil and George Discuss Politics

    2024-03-12

    " demagogue... someone who appeals to prejudice rather than rational argument... "

    Hark at the pot calling the kettle black, one might reasonably think. This seems to be the standard modus operandi for many politicians.

    It's an old but valid adage that elections are lost rather than won. In this case, it fell to George Galloway and a previously unknown independent candidate to benefit from the ongoing collapse of rational politics in the UK. 

    Long may the squirming continue...

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  • Fulford Report Monday 11 March 2024

    2024-03-11

    The fakery continues, with nobody really able to distinguish true from false. 

    Is Benjamin himself real, or an AI fake? Who can say?

    And does he actually say whatever his contacts in the secret services / societies want him to tell us?

    None the less it's an interesting report this week, and the second time that residents of California may wish to take note...   and more training for the rest of us to differentiate "what is" from "what isn't".

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  • Is This the Future of the World Wide Web?

    2024-03-11

    Is this another Great British initiative that will lead the world? Or perhaps at least our understanding of it?

    "This is insane"

    It's also mind-bendingly fascinating. Is this going to make the plans of the WEF for man-machine integration completely obsolete?

    Prepare to be baffled...

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  • The Religious Imperatives Behind the War in the Middle East

    2024-03-11

    The Gaza conflict is seen by many as intractable, but the source of that intractability is not necessarily prominent in our thinking.

    If we cannot understand it, then we will likely be blind-sided by developments. Stephen Gardner interviews Robert Spencer, "expert on Islam and Jihad".

    (NB since nobody these days seems to be truly independent of attachment to either side, as always we should take claims made here about this conflict with a pinch of salt - it's your viewpoint that counts)

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