Monday, June 30, 2008


All this talk from Iran about doing Israel and closing oil pipelines and trading routes is actually what the powers want to hear.

They want Israel attacked so that Israel can use its nukes and then spread the war all across the globe.


And as for reducing oil supply? If the powers wanted to bring down the price of oil they very easily could. Most of the current price is due to speculation and fear attack on Iran. Stop the threat of war on Iran and the prices come down.

So if we link all this into globalization, in which the world is dependent on trade from the other side of the globe for the simplest and most basic goods, e.g. grain, cereal and other foodstuffs, then when the oil is turned off the world starves. It will take months to bring a local/national food suppply chain back online.

I ask, is a nation more prepared to go to war when its food supply is cut off due to the lack and/or price of oil?

Of course it is.

These bastards engineered WW1, then Hitler, Stalin and WW2.

Do you think this oil/food/credit crisis just happened?

Keep up the good banter, Iran (you sirry iriots).


Apparently the use of the RAF Chinook by Prince William to go on that stag do a month or so ago cost us over £8k!

Last week it was reported that the Queen found it hard going to live on £40 million year, but with careful budgeting by not going abroad so much her many residences could be kept in a much better state.

At least she and her family have homes.



The cost of William's lift to the stag do? £8,716

Audrey Gillan and Rob Evans
The Guardian,
Monday June 30, 2008
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It must count as one of the most expensive stag-do taxis in history. Prince William's Chinook flight to attend his cousin's pre-wedding celebrations on the Isle of Wight cost the taxpayer £8,716, the Ministry of Defence has disclosed.

The prince's use of the twin-rotored helicopter became the focus of RAF ire after it emerged that he had dropped in at a wedding in Hexham, flown over his relatives' homes and landed in his girlfriend's parents' garden.

Sunday, June 29, 2008



Palestinian group to sue UK over Israel

A Palestinian youth group announced Saturday that it plans to demand compensation from the British government for "committing a series of crimes" against the Palestinians.

Representatives of the Watanuna (Our Homeland) Palestinian Youth said the biggest crime the British government committed was when it promised a homeland for the Jewish people in the 1917 Balfour Declaration.

They said they were also planning to collect a million signatures from Palestinians in support of the lawsuit against Britain.

Ali Ubeidat, a spokesman for the youth group, whose members include many university students, said preparations had already begun to file the suit in a British court.

He said the decision to go after the UK government came after a thorough study of all the legal aspects related to Britain's responsibility for the Palestinians' "nakba" (catastrophe), the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

1, 2, 3, Aw.

A large black Range Rover sped passed me at about 100mph on the M62 a few weeks ago with a licence plate 123AW.

Poor Queen, she can't live on £40 million a year.


After all the warmongering our monarchy has put us through, how dare we not give her and her family enough to live on.


Tut, tut, tut.


On one's uppers! Down to her last £320m, a Palace official complains that the Queen has to 'patch and mend'

By Rebecca English
Last updated at 1:30 AM on 28th June 2008

The Queen published her financial public accounts, showing how the royal family has been hit by soaring bills

The Queen is said to be furious at being forced to live a 'patch and mend' existence as her palaces crumble around her.

Aides say the rising cost of living means she cannot pay for long-overdue redecorating and rewiring in the state rooms at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.

Friday, June 27, 2008


Icke has declared himself a candidate in the by-election that Davis brought upon himself, and is inviting Davis for a debate-cum-chat, for that is all that it will be. Icke has also declared he is not seeking election to the cesspit of treachery and backstabbing called the House of Commons, so there will be no competition, no adversarial debate, but an open by-the-fireside-with-a-drink chat. Icke and Davis could be a formidable team, but perhaps wasted as Labour haven't the bottle to put up a candidate. With Davis' experience in the Shadow cabinet and Icke's insight into the NWO any opponent would be destroyed.

I encourage Davis to accept Icke's warm and non-confrontational invitation.


Mugabe has reportedly been killing and driving people out of their homes for years, not just since last week.

So why has he only now been stripped of his knighthood?

Who trades with Mugabe from the UK and USA? I believe Rio Tinto is big investor in Zimbabwe.

Who owns shares in Rio Tinto?

Who owns shares in other corporations trading or investing in Zimbabwe?

Monday, June 23, 2008


Just like I proposed the abduction of Madeleine McCann would be followed by calls to microhip children, the planned overcrowding of the prisons system would be followed by calls to microchip prisoners, particuarly after it had been demonstrated that tagging would not work (as planned).

They want that 'chip in you. They want total control of you. The 'chip will do more, alot more, than track you to give you a sense of safety.

How could the problem of prison overcrowding have suddenly appeared? The answer is it didn't. It takes years, and it was all planned to create a problem for which a solution, their solution, would be implemented.

This is what was discussed at Bilderberg this year.

This is not a joke.

They are after you.



(NaturalNews) The British government is developing a plan to track current and former prisoners by means of microchips implanted under the skin, drawing intense criticism from probation officers and civil rights groups.

As a way to reduce prison crowding, many British prisoners are currently released under electronic monitoring, carried out by means of an ankle bracelet that transmits signals like those used by mobile phones.

Now the Ministry of Justice is exploring the possibility of injecting prisoners in the back of the arm with a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that contains information about their name, address and criminal record. Such chips, which contain a built-in antenna, could be scanned by special readers. The implantation of RFID chips in luggage, pets and livestock has become increasingly popular in recent years.

In addition to monitoring incarcerated prisoners, the ministry hopes to use the chips on those who are on probation or other conditional release. By including a satellite uplink system in the chip, police would be able to use global positioning system (GPS) technology to track subjects' exact locations at all times. According to advocates of such a measure, this could help keep sex offenders away from "forbidden" zones like schools.

Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of the National Association of Probation Officers, blasted the measure as degrading to the people chipped and of no benefit to probation officers.

"Knowing where offenders like pedophiles are does not mean you know what they are doing," Fletcher said. "Treating people like pieces of meat does not seem to represent an improvement in the system to me."

Shami Chakrabarti of the civil rights group Liberty had even stronger words:

"If the Home Office doesn't understand why implanting a chip in someone is worse than an ankle bracelet, they don't need a human-rights lawyer; they need a common-sense bypass."

Wednesday, June 18, 2008


A republic is taken control of by an act of murder.

Sound familiar to anyone?

But with some courage the republic is returned to the public.

I've just watched it on DVD, but sadly not in real life.


Can the two be decoupled?

Are they ever decoupled?

Law is supposed to apply in the current time, sometimes in the past.

What has happened in history recently that could be applied to or referred to in law?

Friday, June 13, 2008


Pints of Guinness all round!!

Ireland looks to have rejected the Treaty of Lisbon.

It looks like Paul Gallagher will have to repay his Bilderberg masters somehow.



Irish voters look set to reject EU treaty
James Sturcke and agencies,
Friday June 13 2008

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Early counting suggests Irish voters have rejected the Lisbon treaty throwing the entire project of reshaping the EU into turmoil.

Initial tallies from constituencies around the country are revealing a very strong show by the no vote, the Irish state broadcaster said.

The no vote is strong in many rural areas and in working-class urban areas, while middle class areas appear to be less supportive of the treaty than had been anticipated, RTE added. Firmer indications are due late this morning.

Thursday, June 12, 2008


The Times has requested Paddy Ashdown and George Robertson to write a guest article to call for a stronger UN and EU. Both have attended Bilderberg, Ashdown more than once.

Are they complete idiots? Have they no idea whatsoever who they are empowering with such calls?

I believe not.

Buzz words of the article : interdependence, globalization, national security.

What else do they suggest? Besides a stronger EU, they also suggest a stronger African Union!

Surely you can see that national sovereignty is being replaced by continental sovereignty, which will eventually be replaced by an all powerful world government.

And guess who will control that? The engineers and financiers of world wars and the holocaust.

Come on Ireland. Give the Treaty of Lisbon the one fingered salute!



We must beef up the UN and the EU
If we are to tackle the perils of a globalised world, we have to rethink our international institutions
George Robertson and Paddy Ashdown

Globalisation, if left unmanaged, is a threat to Britain's national security. This is a bald statement, but it is true, and we would be better off as a country if its veracity were more widely accepted and its implications more fully understood. Globalisation may have brought huge benefits to millions of people around the world but it has simultaneously exposed us to new hazards that we are not well placed to meet. We need a new approach aimed squarely at the management of a world in which power is slipping beyond the control of states.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Thanks a lot, you ^&"^$("^$*("^$(!^$*(!^£(*!^£()!£_(!*£(*!^T£&*!^£(&)*!


Investigate the activities of MI6 if you want to protect the public!!!!!!!!!

42 days will shortly be applied to the slightest relevant 'crime'.

If we need any proof that our foreign policy has anything to do with domestic affairs then we need only see the videos of the alleged 7/7 bombers.

And what event has our foreign policy been based on? 9/11.

And how thoroughly has 9/11 been investigated? Nowhere near enough.

35 articles of impeachment were read out in congress on Monday, which included allthe proof you need that 9/11 was an inside job.

This is no laughing joke.

This is not a time for capitalising on partisan politics.

42 days detention will be abused, and not for the protection of the public, but to the detriment of the public.

Evidence? Old Trafford. Forrest Gate.

Many members of the public communicated to BBC Radio 5 live today that 42 days is too much without evidence. However, the day was 'saved' by a South Easterner who claimed that 3 of his relatives died from a terrorist attack in Israel several years ago. On later bulletins his claim was replayed again and again, but with one small detail omitted; NATIONAL SERVICE!!!!!

What does that imply?

The UK does not have national service.

Does Israel have national service?

What does Islamic Fundamentalism cite as its number 1 grievance? Israel.

And how and why was Israel created? See my website, the conspiracy explained.

Terrorism is deliberately provoked, to create world war and the police state.



But you wouldn't know it if you read the British press.

You can however read that Bush has some regrets about making the world a more dangerous place to live in, and that apparently the British public support 42 day detention.

I searched for "Kucinich" on the websites of The Guardian, The Independent, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Financial Times. No mention of impeachment, though this does not rule out coverage in their print editions.

As for the BBC? There are mentions of Kucinich by members of the public leaving comments on the BBC website to blogs/articles unrelated to impeachment, but nothing on the impeachment itself.

Updated every minute, eh?

Tuesday, June 10, 2008


At last it seems some people have come to their senses.

I never believed that Putin did it. It would have been virtual suicide to have poisoned Litvinenko that way and in London.

There are a few scoundrels who will be poohing their pants tonight.


I live near to but not in the Tatton constituency, which is the constituency of Bilderberger George Osborne MP. Someone in the Tatton constituency needs to write to Osborne to enquire about the leak from Bilderberg that the microchip agenda is to be implemented much quicker than we expected. By law (I think) an MP must at least acknowledge communcation from a constituent, but not necessarily acknowledge communication from a non-constituent. If it is not the law then there are rules and etiquette for MPs to follow regarding communication.

I am both horrified and encouraged by the leak from Bilderberg that the plan to microchip not just Americans but the whole human race is to be wheeled out quite quickly. This is horrifying in that we could be that close to mass chipping, but it is also encouraging because they don't stand a chance of it being accepted and to be wheeling it out without the ID cards system tested fully (databases, technology etc) would mean the system wouldn't work anyway, so to be pushing the microchip agenda so quickly really does mean that Bilderberg is indeed in panic mode.

Monday, June 09, 2008


Can anyone explain why the head of Royal Bank of Scotland Group was invited to Bilderberg 2008?

I can.

But I'll keep that a secret between myself and our Dave (Rockefeller, that is).

I guess "I'll see you in court" will come a little later, eh Dave?

You see, our Dave likes to use other people first rather than face the consequences of his actions. It's a classic. Hitler? Mengele? Mao tse-tung?

I guess this adds to the demonic Bohemnian Grove tendencies he has, which unfortunately I cannot attend this year because I am not a traitor to the human race.

One may smile and smile, and still be a villain.


Is it just coincidence that The Guardian failed to report on Bilderberg 2008, like most mainstream newspapers, but today publishes an article by attendee Peter Mandelson in which he praises globalization?

Globalization actually means easy movement of fast capital, looking to make a fast buck, without consideration of long term investment, leading to the destruction of local environments and society.



Globalisation is goodBrown knows it, and the US must learn it too: our stability and economic welfare depend upon it

Peter Mandelson

The Guardian, Monday June 9 2008

And then there were two. We now know that either Barack Obama or John McCain will be the first US president of the next phase of globalisation. One of them will be the first US president whose foreign economic policy will be dominated from day one by a fundamental transfer of economic power from west to east and south. The Atlantic world is no longer the centre of the economic world, because the economic world no longer has a centre. How McCain and Obama interpret that fact matters to all of us.

The protectionist and anti-trade rhetoric evident in the presidential primaries suggests that many Americans see global economic change in zero-sum terms. Asia rises, we decline. Economic inequality is reduced between countries, but widens within our own societies. Globalisation is no longer something we do, it is something that others do to us. An increasing number of Europeans feel the same way.

Nobody would disagree that globalisation has its dark side. But the open markets and economic integration that drive it are still by far the best tool we have for increasing global economic welfare. That is an essential contribution to global stability. Only stable, cooperating states can manage the coming squeeze on resources. For 60 years, the US has underwritten economic internationalism with openness of its own. A crisis of American confidence in globalisation could knock it off course.


one hundred laughing faces now lie dead in the ground,
with only the worms now to make a sound,
and still the falsehoods and lies abound,
so that some can make a bloodsoaked pound.



Suicide bomb takes British death toll in Afghanistan to 100

By Kim Sengupta
Monday, 9 June 2008


The grim milestone was expected but poignant, nevertheless, and raised fresh questions about a seemingly unending war with a rising toll of lives. Three soldiers were killed yesterday in Afghanistan bringing the number of British fatalities to 100.

The latest casualties were from the 2nd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment. They were killed by a suicide bomber – a terrifying new phenomenon in this conflict and something the troops had rarely faced before either in Afghanistan or Iraq.

Sunday, June 08, 2008


I used to hate this Sinatra song. My dad used to play it on a Sunday while he and mum cooked the Sunday roast.

But it now seems to have some relevance and poignancy.


And now, the end is here
And so I face the final curtain
My friend, I'll say it clear
I'll state my case, of which I'm certain
I've lived a life that's full
I traveled each and ev'ry highway
And more, much more than this, I did it my way

Regrets, I've had a few
But then again, too few to mention
I did what I had to do and saw it through without exemption
I planned each charted course, each careful step along the byway
And more, much more than this, I did it my way

Yes, there were times, I'm sure you knew
When I bit off more than I could chew
But through it all, when there was doubt
I ate it up and spit it out
I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way

I've loved, I've laughed and cried
I've had my fill, my share of losing
And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing
To think I did all that
And may I say, not in a shy way,
"Oh, no, oh, no, not me, I did it my way"

For what is a man, what has he got?
If not himself, then he has naught
To say the things he truly feels and not the words of one who kneels
The record shows I took the blows and did it my way!


Yes, it was my way


We have more CCTV cameras per head of population in THE WORLD!

We take samples of children's DNA for the most trivial of crimes.

We have echelon to intercept our email, phone calls, faxes.

Councils use anti-terrorist legislation to spy on children.

And we're not a surveillance state?

To be fair, she is partly correct. If you're a Bilderberger you guaranteed you will not be under surveillance from any serious journalist/repeater.



They are becoming more and more terrified of you.

You have the power to realise what they have done.

You have the power to realise what they want to do.

You have the power to stop them dead, like Domestos on a toilet covered in New World Order germs.

You are the most dangerous person in the world.

That's why they spy on, pressure and harrass you.

Saturday, June 07, 2008


Even though Bilderberg 2008 has barely got started, we can deduce several things.

1. they are in panic mode - they tried to say that the meeting had taken place already, in Greece, and they apparently invited Obama for a surprise visit, which backfired when Obama's press entourage were outraged at being tricked onto moving on somewhere while Obama was whisked to Chantilly. Alot of reporters should now be asking a lot of awkward questions.

2. from a first read of the attendance list
a) Flemming Rose - now there's a familiar name from the Prophet cartoons a few years ago that caused Muslim riots. Why has he been invited? Is he to start another round of riots? Or has he discovered Bilderberg, suspects he may have been used, and wants to know more?

b) George Osborne MP - this is the second time he has attended, and points towards Cameron becoming next Prime Minister

c) Paul Gallagher, Attorney General of Ireland - with Ireland now set to anull the Treaty of Lisbon with a No vote, will Gallagher be asked to somehow find a legal way to change the vote from No to Yes (if he is that way inclined)?

d) Kathleen Sebelius, Governor of Kansas - the superhighway will go through Kansas.

e) Jessica T. Mathews and Dmitri V. Trenin, Carnegie Centre - to keep pushing Russia


It appears that Bilderberg somehow hoped to meet with Obama and Clinton in secret without anyone knowing. Obama's office won't deny he went to Bilderberg, this after one of his staff told press that he was attending an event in Northern Virginia.

But guess who's involved in the cover-up? Your taxpayer-funded, "updated every minute" BBC.

Yesterday when news emerged that Obama and Clinton had met, BBC News 24 stated it was in the Washington DC area. Today they are implying that the meeting took place at a Clinton residence in Washington DC, even providing a photograph of Obama arriving in a large black motor vehicle.

It is not very funny when a taxpayer-funded "updated every minute" BBC does not mention that European royalty is meeting with the most powerful American bankers over a weekend.

Wednesday, June 04, 2008


At the AIPAC meeting in Washington DC Ehud Olmert intimated that he has apparently got the message from the trumped up investigation into his finances by calling for war with Iran at any cost.

Meanwhile Condoleeza Rice dropped a stink bomb by referring to the shit that Israel dishes out to Palestinians on a daily basis.

I wonder how many AIPACers travel down the road to Chantilly for that well publicised Bilderberg meeting tomorrow?


From Olmert to AIPAC: We must stop the Iranian threat
By Barak Ravid, Haaretz Correspondent, and News Agencies
Tags: Olmert, Rice, Iran, AIPAC

The moment when Israel and the Palestinians Authority will have to make tough decisions is fast approaching, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference Tuesday.

"We must stop the Iranian threat by all possible means," he said.

"Each and every country must understand that the long-term cost of a nuclear Iran greatly outweighs the short-term benefits of doing business with Iran."

Olmert is to meet Wednesday with U.S. President George W. Bush to discuss the Iranian nuclear program and upgrading security relations between the U.S. and Israel.

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who also addressed the AIPAC conference in Washington Tuesday, stressed the urgency of establishing a Palestinian state, saying that the increase in violence in the Middle East makes the establishment of a peaceful Palestinian state more urgent rather than less.

That remark, however, was greeted with silence - though the secretary had been warmly greeted by the conference. AIPAC has been a leading skeptic regarding the current Palestinian leadership's ability to control terrorism should a state be established.

Rice said that while the present opportunity is not perfect by any means, it is better than any other in recent years, so it must be seized. "Israelis have waited too long for the security they desire and deserve," she said, "and Palestinians have waited too long, amid daily humiliations, for the dignity of a Palestinian state."