Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Norman Dodd, modern hero

If you needed any more proof that the tax-exempt foundations of the world are part of a larger, very nasty conspiracy, check out Norman Dodd, who was privy to a lot of inside information.

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Fiat money

In fact, a bit of basic math shows us that, since the dollar became a worthless piece of paper in 1971 when Nixon left the gold standard, gold has generated a 9.2% annualized return in dollar terms, while stocks have only returned an annualized 6.6% and bonds about 8%.

Simon Black

Sunday, 16 May 2010

Polish assassinations

Having called the Polish crash as a pretty blatant assassination from the start, there now appears to be some evidence caught on camera. The guy who did it was killed after posting it to YouTube.

Volcano lies may be key to locking us up

An aviation expert has warned that the ongoing problem with an ash cloud, drifting from a volcano in Iceland, could cause disruption 'for more than 20 years' - affecting the UK and the rest of the world.

Oh dear. I'm actually starting to get a little scared. I don't want to be locked in the UK. You'll need a special permit to leave soon, I can see it coming. Only the elites will be allowed to travel. I have a sudden urge to get out now, while we still can.

Friday, 14 May 2010

Fritz Springmeier - Legend

Phew. I'm not a Christian, but I know quality when I see it in a person. I know a courageous man, and a deeply good man. This guy has gone to prison as a result of what he has revealed. For robbing a bank. Just watch a few minutes of this and you will see what a ridiculous notion that is.
Incendiary - this guy is smart, incisive, and backs up what he says endlessly. But holy shit - what he says, well - you will see everything differently afterwards.

Not really a secret, then...

For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure--one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

David Rockefeller, Memoirs


Consequently it can be argued that our Western history is every bit as distorted, censored, and largely useless as that of Hitler's Germany or the soviet Union or Communist China. No western foundation will award grants to investigate such topics, few Western academics can "survive" by researching such theses and certainly no major publisher will easily accept manuscripts reflecting such arguments.

Antony Sutton

Wednesday, 12 May 2010


I tell you, we are here on Earth to fart around, and don't let anybody tell you different!
Kurt Vonnegut

Friday, 7 May 2010

Plunge Protection Team

The banksters move to stem the biggest drop ever seen in the US stock market. 1000 points in the dow. That's 10%. So it begins: the second wave of the crunch is here, and as Webster Tarpley says, it's not a depression - it's a global disintegration.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

UKIP gets under EU's skin, so they bring out heavies

The globalists have just tried to kill Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP (who I am due to vote for in a couple of hours). Bizarrely, they've blamed the near-fatal plane accident on a UKIP banner.

They recognise the threat UKIP pose to their agenda. They came second in the UK European elections last year, and Farage has made it pretty clear that he's against the New World Order in all its forms.

I guess the globalist cosa nostra can't lose in this tactic. Either he dies, which would remove UKIP as a threat, or he survives, and they will be able to threaten him with further violence in the future.

Let's hope the publicity leads to them getting more votes. And here's a couple of his highlights:

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Brussels sprouts a new big idea

The EUrgh have decided that they can prevent the spread of imaginary volcanic ash by creating a single sky. They also decided that the Brussels bureaucrats can use our money to bail out the airlines for doing it. Cheers, guys.

Something fishy about fish

From the Bed Breakfast & Conflict:

'Profound' decline in fish stocks shown in UK records

Over-fishing means UK trawlers have to work 17 times as hard for the same fish catch as 120 years ago, a study shows.

Researchers used port records dating from the late 1800s, when mechanised boats were replacing sailing vessels.

In the journal Nature Communications, they say this implies "an extrordinary decline" in fish stocks and "profound" ecosystem changes.

Four times more fish were being landed in UK ports 100 years ago than today, and catches peaked in 1938.

Knock me down with a feather. You mean the Common Fisheries Policy hasn't helped us?

"Over a century of intensive trawl fishing has severely depleted UK seas of bottom living fish like halibut, turbot, haddock and plaice," said Simon Brockington, head of conservation at the Marine Conservation Society and one of the study's authors.

My goodness. But when they chucked in the CFP at the eleventh hour as we were to join the union, surely it was for our benfit?

Philip MacMullen, head of environmental responsibility at the UK's industry-funded sustainability organisation Seafish, suggested that accenting the historical picture could obscure more recent improvements.

"It could be correct but I don't know, and I don't think the data support the findings," he said.

Fish such as plaice have been fished further and further afield
"But it's old news. Fifteen years ago we started understanding how badly management was working, and 10 years ago we started doing something about it."

Wonderful doublethink: "Probably not true, but it's old news". Que?

Whereas UK fishermen tend to blame the EU's Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) for their economic problems, the authors of this study say it proves that depletion stems from mismanagament well before the CFP came into existence.

"There's nothing basically wrong with the CFP and not much wrong with the scientific research they receive," commented Dr MacMullen.

Yes, what would the fishermen know? They only do it for a living. Whereas DOCTOR MacMullen, who is a doctor and therefore an expert and an authority - he knows.
Yes, there's nothing much wrong with the CFP. I can think of a couple of things though. Firstly, it has created a commons in the waters, hence its name. There is a term in economics known as the "tragedy of the commons." If everyone has the right to farm or fish a given area, it will be destroyed.
Secondly, once it became clear that this was exactly what was happeneing, the EU introduced quotas. These meant that fishermen had to throw back millions of dead fish back into the ocean, as they weren't allowed to take them to shore.
We live on an island in an area of formerly extreme maritime abundance. But we import most of our fish from overseas now. And it's mostly pretty expensive. Oysters were once a food of the poor.
Yes, there's nothing basically wrong with the CFP. There's everything wrong with it. Indeed, it's so twisted and profoundly wrong that it amounts to an act of war - against us the people, against the environment, against the life that was once in our seas, against common sense, and everything worth a damn. Bit like the EU.