Sunday, 29 December 2013

Talking with Demons 2. The Issue of Ground

"Through lack of knowledge, the majority of even the most spiritual people, do not carry out a full and perpetual war upon this army of wicked spirits; and many are shrinking from the subject, and the call to war against them" Jesse Penne Lewis (War on the Saints)

Jesse Penne Lewis is generally regarded by charismatics as responsible for bringing an end to the Welsh revival of 1904. She was close to Evan Roberts during the revival and also after the breakdown from which he never fully recovered. Yet from reading "War on the saints", it is clear to me that her fight was against an onslaught of deceiving spirits that descended upon the Church at a time when people were unwittingly receptive to any, and all, supernatural forces rather than just the Holy Spirit.

"War on the Saints" describes a "confederacy of satanic spirits" and the conditions which, when fulfilled, they are able to manifest their power.

It is a remarkably "up front" account of Satan's mode of operation and therefore in my opinion, one of the most important books of the last century. 
In fact, many of those charismatics who believe that the Holy Spirit causes people to bark like dogs, or roll around under the pews hissing like snakes, should take serious note of it.

Her insights into the working of demonic spirits in human affairs are profound. For example, she identifies how evil spirits are able to disguise themselves as part of a persons personality, or how the use of mediums to predict the future, allows spirits to manipulate the circumstances of a persons life so that the "foretold" event, comes to pass.

One of the primary messages that Jesse Penne Lewis expounds upon, is the issue of "grounds", the legal rights which we give to demonic forces to enter our lives, either in part, or to an extreme degree.

The circumstances whereby we allow "grounds" for demonic activity in our lives are varied. Volitional sin is arguably a primary factor, as is involvement in the occult. Being a good person, or even going to Church, does not offer a reliable safeguard.

It is through knowledge of the working of the true Holy Spirit, which will ALWAYS reaffirm the message of the scriptures, that we can begin to stand against the wiles of Satan.

The means by which we are to resist, and furthermore, to strike back against the enemy are described as the "Armour of God". Truth, righteousness, faith, salvation, and the spreading of the gospel are our defence, and the "Sword of the Spirit", which is the word of God, is our weapon, and mighty it is to cut through the darkness. That is why it is essential that we are familiar with the scriptures

Saturday, 28 December 2013

Talking with Demons

Demon-   an evil spirit or devil, especially one thought to possess a person or act as a tormentor in hell
I am sick and tired of being tormented by these things so I thought it was about time to torment them a little.

You see, I am involved in a fight I did not ask for. I am by default (as a Christian), charged with the business of dealing with demons yet I find that most of those who claim the same beliefs as me, are either ignorant of"Spiritual warfare" or find, for a variety of reasons, that they are really not equipped to "Fight the good fight". They tend towards a superficial kind of faith that does not disturb the status quo.
What I have discovered, is that neither ignorance, or passivity, have any effect when it comes to sorting out the problems caused by demons either in our own lives, or in the lives of others.

It is necessary to extend awareness of the existence of these malevolent, inter-dimentional entities because they are ALWAYS out for destruction. They are the scorpions of the frog and scorpion fable and they will ALWAYS sting you because it is their nature.

I find it highly ironic that our society has all but rejected the idea of supernatural occurrences, instead, demonic manifestations are regarded as psychopathic tendencies, yet the fathers of modern psychiatry were adept in occultism. Jung in particular was born into a line of highly proficient mediums and himself, channeled spirits from an early age.

To see the link from occultism to demonic manifestations, some biblical knowledge is required so I recommend getting hold of a bible to become acquainted with basic spiritual principals.
The key to the matter is that, as a believer in Jesus Christ, you hold considerable power and authority.

In the gospels, Jesus commanded demons to leave people. He gave his disciples authority to cast out demons as well. That is truly good news isn't it?
In the Book of Revelation (12:11) We read that the Devil is defeated by the "Blood of the Lamb" That is because the curse of sin over us is broken. the slate is wiped clean and Satan and the demons have no legal right to our lives. The other requirement for victory is that we do not love our lives, even unto death. In other words, like in the gospels, we give everything we own to purchase that field which contains the hidden treasure of the Kingdom of Heaven.

When the disciples rejoiced that the demons were subject to them in His name, Jesus warned them to rejoice only that they were headed for The Kingdom of God.
The power to cast out demons does not automatically confer citizenship of heaven.

Emmanuel TV, which is the broadcasting arm of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) has published dozens of you tube videos portraying people being delivered from evil spirits.Of course these exorcisms could be staged for the camera, with actors playing the roles of the tormented victim, but I suspect that we are seeing  real life encounters with unclean spirits. I say this because I have personally witnessed events such as these and there was no trickery. The demon possessed in the clips, exhibit exactly the same behavior.
The issues to be considered here are whether or not these poor people were truly delivered. What became of them in the weeks and months after the service had finished?
In the case of  the founder of SCOAN, TB Joshua, do his beliefs really align with true bible teaching? Reports state that TB Joshua maintains that some of those he ministers to are in fact, half man, half fish, indicating that although he invokes the power of Jesus name, he may be actually still operating under traditional Nigerian shamanism
Whatever the spiritual alignment of TB Joshua, this goes to strengthen my point that demons are subject to the name of Jesus, but that in itself is no indication of the spiritual well being of the minister involved in the casting out process.

It is clear in the Bible that, even though they healed the sick and cast out demons in His name, Jesus rejected a group of unfaithful followers, declaring that, "Not everybody who says "Lord Lord", will enter the kingdom of Heaven, but those who do the will of the Father".

In any case, for successful deliverance from demonic possession, deliverance counselling is an absolute minimum requirement, as often, a persons lifestyle has opened doors to demonic activity.
When specific areas of a persons life are examined in the light of the Holy Scripture, the doors that allowed the entry to demonic spirits, can be closed. This involves repentance and renunciation of sin, and as forgiveness is received through the precious Blood of Christ, allows the healing and regenerative work of the Holy Spirit to begin.

Saturday, 9 November 2013


Anyone remember this?
From one of the best albums by UK prog rock outfit King Crimson, "Discipline" 1981
King Crimson have reformed don't you know? They are due to begin performances in 2014
By the way, "it" is a.........Nah you'll have to find out for yourself.

Monday, 4 November 2013

Why Lie?

Albert Pike, in his voluminous treatise on Freemasonry, "Morals and Dogma", gives us an insight into why the ruling elite, find it necessary to trade in deceit.
"What can there be in common between the vile multitude and sublime wisdom? The truth must be kept secret, and the masses need a teaching proportioned to their imperfect reason." Morals and Dogma P 103.
Clearly, within the tenets of Freemasonry, there is a mandate to deceive the masses. Even fellow Masons are deceived.
"Masonry, like all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be misled". Morals. P 104
Pike goes on to describe this deliberate deception as God's plan.
"So God Himself incapacitates many men, by color-blindness, to distinguish colors, and leads the masses away from the highest Truth, giving them the power to attain only so much of it as it is profitable to them to know" Morals. P 105
Note the difference from scripture which describes what happens to those who reject the truth. 2Thess 2 10-11 They receive judgement who delight in lies, not those who seek the truth.

The dichotomy is plain to see. The Lodge looks to all the world, like a bunch of old guys who like dressing up and performing daft rituals. That may be so but do not underestimate the influence through history of this clandestine organisation. Even today, the Brotherhood is well represented within the legal profession.

Whenever you hear of the noble causes espoused by your neigbourhood lodge, remember that the code of secrecy adhered to by its members may be less to do with honour but more a case of knowing too much. Think Saville.

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Well Whadda You Know

Since the news has declared that the chief suspect in the Madeleine McCann case, died in 2009, it appears that we will never know the truth.

I still have a few questions however.

Are most people really dumb enough to believe what they read in the papers?

Take the "White Widow" story. Is it only me who finds this a little hard to swallow? A woman, as the international kingpin in a terrorist organisation that is known for the denigration of...women!

Do they really care about the coherence of the fiction they expect us to believe? It appears not. I hope I'm being paranoid here.

If the media is really involved in a sustained campaign of disinformation, then the question arises as to why? What deems it right to lie to the populace? Is it some kind of superiority complex that allows a select group to mislead the masses? Is this permissible now that we are in a "post christian" era? Even the "Established" (note emphasis) Church, don't get it. Did they ever? Jesus called the Pharisees "Children of satan" due to their fondness of lies.

Maybe it is the reserve of the rich and powerful to indulge in antinonianism, as if somehow, they are helping to fulfill mans destiny, The "enlightened", moving  on wards towards the final stages of cosmic conscienceless.

Not so sure myself.

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Brand on The Pre-existing Paradigm

He is the one eyed king of the blind. We know all about the problems of the "pre-existing paradigm" but change agents like Brand, pour petrol onto the fire. That is to say, they identify the issues correctly, but apply a completely inappropriate solution. In this case, given the fact that he shied away from outlining his Utopian vision, I would say that the absence of a solution is the answer for him. Chaos.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Its been a while..

Actually, it's over six weeks since my last post, and not a day goes by where I don't think about writing something.
I have been busy in all truthfulness. Busy struggling with anxiety, stress, grief, anger, disappointment, incredulity, fear and weakness.
I'm not complaining, it goes with the territory. However, due to the imposition of a "blog blackout" the catharsis usually derived from writing, has been absent.
It's not the first time I have been burning up with some issue or other, yet physically and mentally unable to publish it. I am dead against the principal of "degrees of initiation", such as is practiced in occult circles, but it is clear now that even though the truth should be propagated freely, not every truthful thing is suitable for publication, to my discomfort.

The closing statement of Goncarlo Amarel's book (Senior investigator in the Maddie McCann case)

"We gave the best of ourselves to resolve this case. Our conclusions rest on the proven facts and the evidence interpreted within the principles of the law. Our work was done in the cause of justice, based on the material truth, the only thing that must prevail in a universe where the lie is raised up as truth." A Verdade Da Mentira.

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Gangster Gardening

This is a great idea.
Live in the city? Look around at how many potential plots there are.

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Who are the Bondholders?

Just to give an idea of the typical array to which most of us are indebted to by multiples (20-30+?) of GDP
Rothschilds show up there but how many of the others are Rothschild agents?

Follow the money.

Monday, 2 September 2013

The Latest Line of Self Curses for Children

This Harry Potter merchandise makes fun of the power of negative confession. People just don't get it.

Saturday, 31 August 2013

The Choice

There is a video out there called The Choice, by Trey Smith and I haven't been able to bring myself to post it. The reason is that there are some doctrinal errors in his presentation, and the fact that he appears to still be into "a smoke".
Never the less, the dynamic style is perfectly suited to the subject matter.
I find it fascinating, so here it is.

B.t.w. Still on the frog and scorpion trend, The Choice is what enables us to really change the essence of our being.

Monday, 26 August 2013

You Are What You Is

Continuing the Scorpion and the Frog theme....


Sunday, 25 August 2013

Thursday, 22 August 2013

The Community Organisers are in town

A few weeks ago, I had a chance encounter with a friendly young couple who asked me about where I live. What did I like about it? What did I dislike?
I thought no more about it but they recently resurfaced on the local community forum declaring their intention to help facilitate community organisation.

Here is some of what they posted: "Community Organising is a form of leadership that enables a neighbourhood to organise itself to turn its resources into power to make change"

Here is a link to their organisation, Community Organisers

I genuinely believe this to be sinister but how on earth I can go onto the community forum and expect anyone to take this seriously, I don't know.
I considered posting some warning,  and spent a little time brushing up on some research just to make sure I wasn't completely missing the mark.

I wasn't.

In fact, I believe that my first impression was spot on. This was Communitarian thinking from fresh faced graduates, trained in by Common Purpose style organisations.

Here is how I see this working.

The Localism Act 2011 paved the way for grants to training providers so that a small army of Community Organisers could be created for the purpose of smoothing the transition of power from central, to local government. David Cameron had chosen big society as his pet project but I suspect that is just for the purposes of spin. The devolution of power to local government has been a global agenda for some time. Dave is just following orders in this respect. Remember Local Agenda 21? That was way back in 92, Rio.

I haven't read the Localism Act but gather that it will encourage local government to take power according to its own whims, for example, authorising the use of surveillance for relatively trivial matters such as putting the wrong material in your green bin.

Ultimately, communities grow and interact as long as individuals have freedom. The interference is designed to build communities along certain socio-political guidelines. Who decides what the guidelines are? and why? Groups like Common purpose, who have been described as a Marxist 5th column inside Britain.

As for why? the old adage applies here, "follow the money"

What we need to understand is that those who control large corporations are looking for unfettered access to our income. Having paid their subscription fees to government, they are free to begin the cash transfusion, and as financial fair play is an anathema to big business we very soon find that there is insufficient remaining to carry out the most essential of services, and breakdown in societal cohesion begins. Whereas it had traditionally been the role of government in a mixed economy, to meet the social costs of the free market, the local agenda places more of the burden onto the community to organise itself along these lines.

"You don't keep a dog and bark yourself",

We have lost our way when we don't question the legitimacy of a system where we pay to support services, such as the NHS, and then find that we have to chip in for the doctors salaries as well, and then, we cant get an appointment for that ingrowing toenail, because the GPs hours are spent treating private patients.

Why don't we just hold ourselves down while the muggers rifle through our pockets?

Then there is the philosophical side. Political correctness to the point where no-one can have an opinion lest it be considered a breach of someone else's human rights. It is the fruition of 300 plus years of relativism and now truth is a concept that soon could be outlawed by "natural law" which is really another term for "do what the heck you like"

So we are forced to keep quiet about what we really think and this devalues our communities even further, because no one trusts anyone any more. The effect is cumulative, a downward spiral of dystopia.

The relative ease by which the government is able to implement these policies, is proof to the effectiveness of transformational Marxism, especially as it presents itself in such an attractive way.
Enter your local community organiser who is going to make everything better as long as you don't wake up to the fact that our cool aid was spiked when we weren't looking.

Despite the fairy tale aspirations of this army of COs, things will continue to get worse and the frustrating thing is that nobody even seems to care.

Maybe I have got it all wrong and just need to touch base with my sanity.

#EDIT# Just came across the great article which is well worth a read:

Friday, 16 August 2013

The Scorpion And The Frog

There are a few variation on this story but this is the most simple:

A scorpion and a frog meet on the bank of a stream and the
scorpion asks the frog to carry him across on its back. The
frog asks, "How do I know you won't sting me?" The scorpion
says, "Because if I do, I will die too."

  The frog is satisfied, and they set out, but in midstream,
the scorpion stings the frog. The frog feels the onset of
paralysis and starts to sink, knowing they both will drown,
but has just enough time to gasp "Why?"

Replies the scorpion: "Its my nature..."
I love it.

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Spotted, further disintegration

It has been three and a half weeks since the last post here and I am just popping by to say that I have been busy lately and generally too tired to meet the demands of regular blogging.
That's not to say that I don't have plenty to say, because I do. I just have not had the steam.

There are plenty of ESSENTIAL posts lined up, and some that only serve to indulge my own interests. Why not?

Anyway the "Spotted" Face book phenomenon is surely a sign of the times.

If we thought that Facebook was a route to trouble, imagine an anonymous forum designed solely for people to bully, abuse, grass up, humiliate and generally poke fun at others.

Well according to a report from my wife about an hour ago, thankfully, the group in my area has been pulled but a quick search seems to indicate that there are plenty of them left around the country.
However funny it may seem, these groups are a recipe for disaster.
Take my advice and steer clear.

Friday, 5 July 2013

A glimmer of truth is not enough

Just watching the Tommy Robinson interview with Jeremy Paxman, you can see that Robinson is not the sharpest tool in the box. Although he comes across as a "just a normal bloke" type, its no excuse for not having the faintest idea of what he is talking about.
Just the appearance of having a valid point about the evils of Islamism, is enough to get him noticed, and the "blokey bloke" persona fits in well with most of us who are fed up with smooth talking politicians.

Ok, he has a point, but so did Sayyid Qtub the Egyptian scholar who is regarded as the founder of Islamism. Its easy to have a valid point when exposing obvious evil. A glimmer of truth is not enough though. It is the glimpse that acts as bait to introduce our perception to all kinds of ideologies, religious and political.
Why do we not really drill down into the essence of these things? It is almost as if we suppose that the veil of illusion is superficial and ready to be parted at the merest exploratory gesture. This is not so. Lack of diligence to search out the truth, will only ever result in being wrapped in increasingly elaborate layers of deception. Look, the whole thing is complicated ok, the socio/econo/political framework is extremely detailed but that's not really what is important, what counts is the spiritual dimension, and its not impossible to fathom out, but we have to get on the right footing, disregarding the various strands of christian apostasy without disregarding the truth about God.

Thursday, 27 June 2013

Declining output

Just looking at the level of posts to this blog since March 2013

►  June (8)
It would look as though if things continue at the rate of decline, by September, the output will be 1 post and then.......

Blog death!

Serious, stop what you are doing and join the resistance.

Just as it appears that things could not possibly get any worse. When the criminal high cabal of politicians and banksters operate with complete impunity and the moral standards of our judiciary sinks to sub-depravity, when our streets are "no go" after dusk because of knife wielding hoodies, we suddenly find out that Orcs have taken over the UK government.
Nests have been found in parliament and Whitehall is infested according to reliable sources.

They have been caught out in thinking that we were too concerned with the grass at Wimbledon to notice them (Incidentally, the slippery grass is an inside job, led by the Scottish Illuminati under the leadership of Gordy Broon)

This is much worse than anyone could imagine, We had grown accustomed to knowing that our ruling elite, had a leaning towards Luciferianism in common.
Even when we realised that the dark brotherhood of international financiers were enacting a final coup d' etat on the free world, we could cope as long as we had hope of a brighter tomorrow.
Even if it did turn out that Icke was right and there really was a race of reptiles who controlled humanity, we would get through somehow.

Im afraid that this is too much to bear

I have the pictures but they are not suitable for publication, apart from maybe this one:

As if it isn't evident, they are also in control in the Temple Courts which means that British justice has now been corrupted to the will of the Evil one.
There is still hope. A secret underground resistance force has been resisting underground, secretly. They have learned a thing or too through some inspired instruction. Preparations have been made and it is widely known, although not many realise it, that the evil Orc empire will be ultimately defeated.
Your instructions, can be received from a variety of truth terminals. You will be contacted again soon!

Sunday, 16 June 2013

Modern Recording

My mate Dave posted this on FB.

Although it is true that only 30 years ago we were listening to stuff on a little wireless radio, the digital age was supposed to deliver something better wasn't it?

Friday, 14 June 2013

The U.S. Work with Al Qaeda Again

A White House official says the US is now providing substantive military assistance to the Free Syrian Army

The old team, back together again. It kinda make you feel all fuzzy inside.

It's a good job that words like "freedom" and "Terror" are used interchangeably now days otherwise governments might be accused of hypocrisy.

It is this simple: Elites have more in common with other elites, than with their own ideological counterparts and the intelligence services, who work for the elites, in all probability, do not represent your national interests.

Shh keep that quiet, we don't want them to know that we know!

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

They Live!

If we really had special sunglasses that showed us what the world was really like, then it would look at lot like this video clip. Some don't even need the sunglasses to see it!
I haven't posted anything for a few days, it might be imagined that despair had gotten the better of me but no, the spirit is still good. It is just the effort and time needed to blog something worthwhile rather than just filling in the spaces with meaningless nonsense, there's enough of that already.
I would rather not bother. In fact I was thinking about shutting the blog down altogether because visitors had dwindled down to next to nothing and, even then, many of the stats are likely to be from webcrawlers and spambots.
However, no harm is caused to anyone by me continuing to write, even though relatively few may ever read it.
I am always trying to think of innovative ways to present what is essentially the same message. Now, either by design, or accident, things have turned around to the point where many of us have become aware that foxes are guarding the henhouse.

I particularly feel sorry for the older generation. They may quite rightly feel betrayed. I'm sure that the bewildered look is increasing as the weeks pass. Its no joke.


Things were not necessarily better in the "good old days" but the dystopia was less established than it is today. Add to that, the fact that we were blissfully ignorant before the information super highway came along.

Imagine if a deadly virus spread throughout the world, turning people into zombies. Some found an antidote and used it but for others it was too late. Even though the antidote would still work on them, they viciously attacked those who were trying to help. Others were carriers but symptoms had yet to develop, they remained bemused about the need for an antivirus, and only mildly concerned at the antics of the full blown zombies.
The illness is in the spirit rather than biological.

(By the way, we have large stocks of the anti-virus and boxes of special sunglasses just in case you want to look cool while saving the world.)

Considering the way society had taught us to seek material gain without though to our spiritual wellbeing, it is hardly surprising that so many are on a path ultimately leading to lack of fulfilment. If you argue otherwise, that material wealth has any lasting significance, then you too have been drinking the cool aid.
A few years ago I started a small investment company. I had some background in business and economics.
I bought a small amount of stock in an Israeli tech company called GEO Interactive. The shares were trading at around 10p but had started to rise quite quickly. I got in at £1.20 and they kept rising. I sold all of my stock at £2.40 only to find that they weren't going to stop there. I bought again at £3.20 and watched them rise to £35.00 per share before falling back.
I eventually sold again in the £20.00s but for a while, I was completely mesmerised by the ease by which I could become seriously wealthy. Many "GEO millionaires" were created from the rise of that stock.

There was a problem with my attitude to this. It was too easy. My relatively poor background had left me conditioned to thinking that there was something wrong with easy money and I just wasn't prepared for the life changing impact that wealth would have upon me.
I did ok, but the killer instinct that is essential in the world of equity trading, was absent from my psychological make up.

When I was at the shops yesterday, I considered the case of Primark, a company that has become successful by selling clothing produced by some of the poorest economies in the world.
Not only had they developed a profitable business model, they have ruthlessly exploited the circumstances of wealth inequality to expand their business to nearly every major high street in the UK and will only stop expanding when the economies of scale, dictate.
What else can you expect from a corporate entity? They have no soul, no morals, they are led in the pursuit of profit as a primary objective. The directors of that company have contracted the zombie virus for sure. Bad news for those who suffer so that we can buy a £3.00 shirt.
We're all outraged, even the zombies!


Saturday, 8 June 2013

Socialism Is A Creation of Western Elites

I'm too bitter and twisted about it to go into much detail here but if you would like some explanation, you could try watching Dodd's video for starters.

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Welcome to Topsy Turvy Land


58 (mainly Anti Fascist) demonstrators arrested

Who says that this isn't a false dichotomy? If I knew a song that went, "We don't know what we're fighting for", I'd be singing it now.

BNP supporters 'chased through London by Badger activists"
"Young women dressed in fake fur were seen chasing doughty nationalist supporters down London's Whitehall"

That has to be the funniest thing I've heard all week.


Saturday, 1 June 2013

The Sound Of Change !

On June 1st, CHIME FOR CHANGE presents a global concert event to put girls' and women's issues on the world’s stage. Millions of people will join in THE SOUND OF CHANGE LIVE, to promote Education, Health and Justice for girls and women everywhere.

In the words of Garth (Wayne's World) "We fear change"
That's not strictly true. Let's just say, we do find this ominous.

More tea Imam?

Just when I was beginning to think that the world was full of lunatics, this story helped me to realise that only the majority are mad.

Of course, the EDL missed a trick here. They should have gone to the demonstration, armed with tea and halal biscuits for the Muslims.
I would hazard a guess that many of the EDL would classify themselves as Christians, which means that if they really follow Jesus, they should love their enemies, not hate them.

See what happened when Muslim inmates at a maximum security jail, were asked to pray for murdered soldier Lee Rigby.

The selfless "agape" love, about which, Jesus spoke, is revolutionary and disarming of the powers of darkness and hatred. We could all do with giving it a try.

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

In the World of The Blind...

I decided to "follow" a well known preacher of radical Islam on twitter. It turned out that he was too busy making appearances on TV to tweet much, so I "un-followed" him again.
It was a pointless exercise apart from flagging up my name to the intelligence services. I'm sure they have a profile of me anyway and I have nothing to worry about. They're there to protect me, right?

I considered contacting the radical Islamist to try and establish if he condoned, or condemned, the murder of Lee Rigby. I decided against it.

Despite the normal emotional reactions to the events in Woolwich, there are reasons why my sensible side urges me not to cover this in too much depth.
My self imposed rules of engagement, discourage me entering into either side of a dialectic, and it is a dialectical argument!
If I were to write about my thoughts and feelings, I could risk either arrest by the authorities, or retribution from militant Muslims. Its just not worth it. There are too many pitfalls. It's not even my battle to fight, specifically.

So ill get back into the box again, where I can barely make out the image of the world around. That's loud enough and bright enough for me to contend with. In the meantime there may be some cogitation going on which might hit the keyboard for an airing, or it might not.

Monday, 27 May 2013

It's Jarg

My son came back from the market today wearing a "Hollister" T shirt which he purchased for £5
There's a word for that.

fake, unauthentic, shit, not very good. heavily popularised during the early-mid nineties in the Liverpool and surrounding areas
"your coat is jarg. you must have got that off the market."
Source: Urban dictionary

Sunday, 26 May 2013

Norman Dodd's Shocking and compelling Story

What do we make of this one then?

Norman Dodd worked as a junior officer at one of the "Morgan" banks during the 1929 crash. Despite promising career prospects, he felt unable to continue his work after he discovered that the banks were committed to "unsound" banking practices.

In 1953, he became director of research of the "Reece committee" which was commissioned by the house of representatives to determine whether the activities of the large tax exempt corporations were acting in a way which was "Un-American"

He provides a very lucid account of what happened there.

Friday, 24 May 2013

Britain Helped To Create Islamic Terror


This excellent series of videos by British documentary maker, Adam Curtis called "The Power Of Nightmares" accurately describes how the "War on Terror" was manufactured after the fashion of the cold war, in order that domestic population would remain compliant to the will of politicians. It is a long watch but worth the effort in my opinion.
The films compare the rise of the American Neo-Conservative movement and the radical Islamist movement, making comparisons on their origins and noting strong similarities between the two. More controversially, it argues that the threat of radical Islamism as a massive, sinister organised force of destruction, specifically in the form of al-Qaeda, is in fact a myth perpetrated by politicians in many countries—and particularly American Neo-Conservatives—in an attempt to unite and inspire their people following the failure of earlier, more utopian ideologies

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

FTSE 100 Index Highest Since September 2000

Sometimes you get a better idea what is going on, by not paying attention. It's a commonly accepted procedure in sound engineering to walk out of the room and listen from outside, to get an idea of what the sound is really like. How well can you hear the low frequencies? Do the highs cut through the mix?
So it is with economics at times, I tend to filter out most of the rubbish. It's like panto time with the crowd shouting, "It's (Prosperity) behind you" and the villain replying, "oh no it's not!"

The figures that are submitted to public scrutiny don't match up to reality. Look at the official rate of inflation (RPI or CPI, you choose) It does not tally up with the price increases we are seeing in the real world, for food, fuel, and normal everyday goods.
Usually, markets rely on trading for the index to move. When indexes move with little volume of trades, then there is a likely hood of what is termed, "market manipulation". This is when those who are at the heart of the system which determines the rate of a commodity or market, alter its value for their own gain.
The recent movement in gold prices are confusing. While you would expect gold to rise in a time of economic uncertainty, the recent fall defies real world logic but ties nicely with a conspiracy of the major finance houses to get their hands on your gold at bargain prices just before the economy nosedives.
Why should gold fall now, when the economic fortunes of most sovereign states is in decline?
A sharp fall usually triggers "stop losses", automatic trades designed to place a sell order in the case of a sudden fall in price. maybe the drop is a tree shaking exercise. I don't know. I just know that the manipulation is becoming  more blatant as time goes on.

Monday, 20 May 2013

How 'ard Was William The Conqueror?

Answer: Very 'ard indeed.

His invasion force landed at Pevensey in Sussex on 28 September and erected a wooden castle at Hastings, from which they raided the surrounding area. King Harold quickly marched south to confront him, leaving many of his forces behind in the north. On 14 October Harold's army confronted William's invaders near Hastings. After an all-day battle, Harold's army was defeated and he was killed. William therefore advanced, marching around the coast of Kent to London. He defeated an English force that attacked him at Southwark, but being unable to storm London Bridge he sought to reach the capital by a more circuitous route.
William moved up the Thames valley to cross the river at Wallingford, Berkshire; while there he received the submission of Stigand. William then travelled northeast along the Chilterns, before advancing towards London from the northwest, fighting further engagements against forces from the city. Having failed to muster an effective military response, Edgar's leading supporters lost their nerve, and the English leaders surrendered to William at Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
William was acclaimed King of England and crowned by Ealdred on 25 December 1066, in Westminster Abbey. William remained in England until March, when he returned to Normandy with a number of English prisoners.

In 1067 rebels in Kent launched an abortive attack on Dover Castle in combination with Eustace II of Boulogne. In the same year the Shropshire landowner Eadric the Wild, in alliance with the Welsh rulers of Gwynedd and Powys, raised a revolt in western Mercia, fighting Norman forces based in Hereford. These events forced William to return to England at the end of 1067.
In 1068 William besieged rebels in Exeter, including Harold's mother Gytha, and after suffering heavy losses managed to negotiate the town's surrender.

Later in the year Edwin and Morcar raised a revolt in Mercia with Welsh assistance, while Gospatric, the newly appointed Earl of Northumbria, led a rising in Northumbria, which had not yet been occupied by the Normans. These rebellions rapidly collapsed as William moved against them, building castles and installing garrisons as he had already done in the south. Edwin and Morcar again submitted, while Gospatric fled to Scotland, as did Edgar the Ætheling and his family, who may have been involved in these revolts. Meanwhile Harold's sons, who had taken refuge in Ireland, raided Somerset, Devon and Cornwall from the sea.

The Harrying (or Harrowing) of the North, was a series of campaigns in the winter of 1069–1070 to subjugate northern England. It effectively ended the quasi-independence of the region through large-scale destruction that resulted in the relative "pacification" of the local population and the replacement of local Anglo-Danish lords with Normans. A contemporary Anglo-Norman chronicler wrote that the death toll, due to the Harrowing, was over 100,000. Because of the scorched earth policy, much of the land was laid waste and depopulated, a fact to which the Domesday Book, written almost two decades later, readily attests.

Early in 1069 the newly installed Norman Earl of Northumbria, Robert de Comines, and several hundred soldiers accompanying him were massacred at Durham; the Northumbrian rebellion was joined by Edgar, Gospatric, Siward Barn and other rebels who had taken refuge in Scotland. The castellan of York, Robert fitzRichard, was defeated and killed, and the rebels besieged the Norman castle at York. William hurried north with an army from the south, defeated the rebels outside York and pursued them into the city, massacring the inhabitants and bringing the revolt to an end. He built a second castle at York, strengthened Norman forces in Northumbria and then returned south. A subsequent local uprising was crushed by the garrison of York. Harold's sons launched a second raid from Ireland and were defeated in Devon by Norman forces under Count Brian, a son of Eudes, Count of Penthièvre. In the late summer of 1069 a large fleet sent by Sweyn II of Denmark arrived off the coast of England, sparking a new wave of rebellions across the country. After abortive raids in the south, the Danes joined forces with a new Northumbrian uprising, which was also joined by Edgar, Gospatric and the other exiles from Scotland as well as Waltheof. The combined Danish and English forces defeated the Norman garrison at York, seized the castles and took control of Northumbria, although a raid into Lincolnshire led by Edgar was defeated by the Norman garrison of Lincoln.

At the same time resistance flared up again in western Mercia, where the forces of Eadric the Wild, together with his Welsh allies and further rebel forces from Cheshire and Shropshire, attacked the castle at Shrewsbury. In the south-west, rebels from Devon and Cornwall attacked the Norman garrison at Exeter, but were repulsed by the defenders and scattered by a Norman relief force under Count Brian. Other rebels from Dorset, Somerset and neighbouring areas besieged Montacute Castle but were defeated by a Norman army gathered from London, Winchester and Salisbury under Geoffrey of Coutances. Meanwhile William attacked the Danes, who had moored for the winter south of the Humber in Lincolnshire, and drove them back to the north bank. Leaving Robert of Mortain in charge in Lincolnshire, he turned west and defeated the Mercian rebels in battle at Stafford. When the Danes attempted to return to Lincolnshire, the Norman forces there again drove them back across the Humber. William advanced into Northumbria, defeating an attempt to block his crossing of the swollen River Aire at Pontefract. The Danes fled at his approach, and he occupied York. He bought off the Danes, who agreed to leave England in the spring, and through the winter of 1069–70 his forces systematically devastated Northumbria.

In spring 1070, Sweyn II of Denmark renounced the earlier agreement to withdraw, sending troops into the Fens to join forces with English rebels led by Hereward the Wake, based on the Isle of Ely. Soon, however, Sweyn accepted a further payment of Danegeld from William and returned home. The Fenland rebels remained at large, protected by the marshes, and early in 1071 there was a final outbreak of rebel activity in the area. Edwin and Morcar again turned against William, and while Edwin was soon betrayed and killed, Morcar reached Ely, where he and Hereward were joined by exiled rebels who had sailed from Scotland. William arrived with an army and a fleet to finish off this last pocket of resistance. After some costly failures the Normans managed to construct a pontoon to reach the Isle of Ely, defeated the rebels at the bridgehead and stormed the island, marking the effective end of English resistance.

Monday, 13 May 2013

We Don't Get Sick

Photo by Chris Linder, Seattle, Washington, USA
The nearest hospital is a weeks travel away, so it is a good job that the Evenki people of Siberia, don't get sick.
They live very simply, their lively hood, as well as most day to day necessities like food and clothing, come from the reindeer herds. What are we doing wrong?

We in the so called "developed west", only have to look at a snow flake before we are laid up in bed with flu, yet these folks live at temperatures of minus 30, in makeshift homes heated by wood fires, for months on end.

So what are we doing wrong?

Well, we are eating stuff that looks like food but isn't. Maybe it was once, but after pesticides, chemical fertiliser, irradiation, sterilisation, colouring, flavour enhancers, stabilisers, and lots of other chemical additives and preservatives, any similarity to real food, only exists in the imagination of the poor soul who is about to eat it.
It makes you ill, feeble in body and mind, and should not be allowed near living things, never mind packaged at great cost to the environment and sold to us as, "Extra Special", "The Best", "Finest", or whatever branding is misapplied to the over processed slop.

Of course, this stuff should be banned by the government food agencies, but it isn't because the companies that make it, pay the wages of politicians. Oh you thought they worked for you? Sorry to break it to ya like this. They don't.

We live in cities steeped in pollution from vehicles and factories. We breath toxic gas every time we get into the car or go far a walk. And then there is the barrage of radio signals, stuff we can't see all around us, from your mobile phone to wireless connectivity, its all harmless of course, they've done extensive tests. Well who really knows what the long term effects are, of exposure to these waves? Don't mistake the arrogance of test labs for competence. I mean, would you trust these guys with your life? Neither do I.

For some reason, we smother ourselves in harmful chemicals in daily ablutions which involve shampoo, conditioner (which is only necessary because the shampoo has damaged your hair) Moisturiser, deodorant, cleanser, toner, hair spray, gel, make up, fake tan, and botox, and that's just for the guys!
It's all chemical, they shouldn't be massaged into your scalp, face, skin, armpits or anywhere near you for that matter.
Rather, they should have stayed in the lab that they were created in. Why do we think we need to look like some Hollywood divas anyway? We don't!

Then there is our lifestyle.
Machines do all the hard work now, so all we need to do is press buttons. That's great until you find that you don't have the energy to climb the stairs without pausing for a rest halfway.
The trouble is that everyone is so busy pressing buttons, that there is little time left to take care of life's essential tasks so we end up buying slop from the supermarket and because we are so unhealthy, we cake ourselves in chemicals so that we feel at least a little bit glamorous.

Who am I to complain. It's progress. Only it's not. It's dystopia in the guise of progress.
And the cheek of the Trans-humanists to try and suggest that this path will lead to some kind of techno nirvana. You're kidding me, right?

I fancy being a reindeer herder, but grazing might be a problem around here.

Can We Fix It? (Yes We Can)

It is encouraging to see that others are prepared to write truthfully about what is happening in the world. James has a style which makes even the worst outlook, palatable. He knows more than he is letting on, Im sure.

It is important to be a part of the solution, rather than a part of the problem that James and others highlight.
Exactly how we are to do this, is debated. One thing that is for sure is that unless we first become acquainted with the details, we may as well be "out to lunch" along with almost everyone else.
To many, the solution, is a form of gnostic, enlightenment. Even the Church has erred into contemplative spirituality, post liberalism, dominionism and a range of other aberrant theology.

In the comments here, Don QS has raised the point that, "there seems to be a pathological aversion to admitting uncertainty". This is healthy. The science world has too many arrogant types.
It is not enough for me. If there is a chance that truth exists, then we are obliged to find out what it is.

I believe that it does exist. OK its down to belief again, but that is a part of our make up as human beings. We don't go out in the car unless we believe that the brakes will stop us safely. We are all believers, its just that we believe in different things.
And then, if we do arrive at the truth, what if it is unpopular, even illegal to declare it to others in society? What if  speaking the truth, meant that you were viewed as posing a threat to those who refuse to open their eyes to witness the modernist impasse, the enemy of society rather than it's liberator.

Given the severity of the struggle, it is understandable that many people are happy to reject the concept that they have a role in this.
So it remains the responibility of those who recognise thier duty to be part of the solution.

"Late adopters" are welcome but dont leave it too late.

Saturday, 11 May 2013

The Power OF Love-Gabrielle Aplin

This song never struck me until I heard this great version by Gabrielle Aspin. Hat tip to Holly Johnson as well.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Justified And Ancient

Here is an interesting question (at least to me it is)
Who were the dance band KLF, talking about in their song "Justified and Ancient"?
Here is the song:

According to this Wiki entry, Klf referred to themselves as, "The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu", a title  derived from Robert Anton Wilson's "Illuminatus Trilogy" In the song however, they are talking about someone other than themselves as evidenced by, "They" and "They're"
Before we go any further, I am fully aware that looking for meaning in pop lyrics, is usually a fruitless exercise, yet there is something which stood out about this song.
Here is an excerpt from the lyrics:
All bound for Mu Mu Land
All bound for Mu Mu Land
(hey hey)
All bound for Mu Mu Land (justified)
(hey hey)
All bound for Mu Mu Land
(Bring the beat back!)

They're Justified, and they're Ancient,
And they like to roam the land.
(just roll it from the top)
They're Justified, and they're Ancient,
I hope you understand.
Here is a clue, Mu is believed to be a lost continent somewhere in the Atlantic, a bit like the fabled Atlantis, which was believed to be inhabited by an advanced civilisation. Some also believe that this civilisation achieved its advanced status through contact with inter-dimensional beings.
Call them "Extra Terrestrials", if you're believe in UFOs, "Watchers" if you read the book of Enoch, "Secret Chiefs" if you're into Crowley.
New Agers call them "Hidden or ascended masters", while certain interpretations of the Bible would have them known as "Sons" or "Angels of God".
In Hinduism they are known as Avatars, and in almost every culture there is reference to these beings as "Gods".
So could it be that Drummond and Cauty of KLF were writing about these inter-dimensional beings?
I think they were.
There is a general belief within occult and new age circles, that humanity will realise a New Atlantis, an age where justice, equality, understanding, peace, love and harmony, will prevail, and it will be once again, through connecting with these beings, whatever their names may be.
Justified? yes, with a legitimate mandate to influence the affairs of mankind. Take your pick which culture's mythology you wish to examine. However, beware because justification does not necessarily equate to benevolence.
Ancient? It would appear so since most tradition places them at a time before the existence of mankind.
Maybe its all my imagination. Anyway, here is a map of Mu.

Sunday, 5 May 2013

A Confused Work Ethic

There are very few instances where the route to personal success, is doing as little as possible, so I am trying to teach my son (9) the value of hard work.
The tidying of the bedroom scenario is one where I hope he can get the message.
It will not get done by sitting and looking at the mess. No matter how many times he says, "Ill tidy it in a bit", unless he translates the thoughts into action, it will never happen.
It is not as easy as you may think, to illustrate the benefits of the "Protestant Work Ethic" There is little supporting evidence to suggest that hard work equates to success.
Firstly, we have the sub working class who get along (nicely in some cases), by NOT working, then we have the opposite side of the spectrum, those who have succeeded by the merits of others.
I am thinking mainly of those who have inherited wealth and live a very comfortable lifestyle but do not appear to have actually done anything to earn it, unless you consider having a sense of duty to those less fortunate, as a job.

This led me to consider the role in society, of those who have inherited wealth (and therefore influence) when compared with your average hardworking bloke.

I do have great respect for those types who have built their lives on the basis of hard work and common decency especially when you contrast them with others who I do not respect. They seem only to be able to duck and dive, yet to the whole world, have the trappings of success.

I cannot help thinking about the way tribal societies are organised. The chief was once the fiercest warrior in his younger days. He was the strongest, best climber of trees, and most skillful hunter. This is pretty much how I would expect Darwinism to work in real life. The fittest would survive and pro-create. Those who wield power in this mixed up western society, would be the least likely to survive in the world of natural selection.

When you look at it this way, it could be argued that the greatest attribute, many of our current ruling elite possess, is pliability. I don't mind that as long as folks are straight about it. It's when weakness and lack of moral standing are paraded as integrity and honesty, that I get miffed.

No wonder we find it a battle to raise our kids properly with so many wrong messages and mixed up signals.

Friday, 3 May 2013

Welcome To Spring

Not much to post today.

Spring has arrived and we are looking forward to a bank holiday with normal temperatures for a change. A day at the seaside is in order.
It is a little bit nerdy to have your head in a computer while the sun is beating down for the first time after a long cold winter.

So some outside jobs to do. Then a sit in the sun.
Well overdue.

Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Fishbone-Unyielding Conditioning

One of my favourite tracks from one of my favourite bands. Fishbone, the best band you probably never heard of.

Awsome Bass Busker

I love guys like this. No massive ego, just raw talent.

Monday, 29 April 2013

Aquarius, The Mayans, And Kali Yuga

Towards the end of 2012 I became quite disturbed by the predictions surrounding the end of the Mayan calender. Not that I thought that anything was going to happen, but I decided to do some research on an idea that I had been considering for a number of years and it left me feeling bad for a while.

The basic premise that I was following up on, is that the end of the Mayan calender is the same event as the age of Kali Yuga in Hinduism, and also the same as the Aquarian age, as foretold by "New Agers".
These events loosely correlate. A time of upheaval is imminent, followed by a new era of peace and security on earth.
The timing is too much of a coincidence for them to be separate events. Particularly with reference to The Mayan Calender and Kali Yuga. They both originated at around 3100BC which interestingly, was also the time that the Greek version of the Old Testament places the biblical character Nimrod, founder of the Babylonian civilisation.

The reason that I do not accept that these predictions carry any weight, is because they are formulated using occult methods such as numerology and astrology, but like the modern day predictions of astrology, they can become, self fulfilling, provided enough people believe in them.

December 21st 2012 came and went without issue. It was just another day because there was no real reason to suspect that it was going to be anything else.
My research journey left me chilled by the fact that these events are promoted in order that we may believe the methodology of the occult, and the fruit of occultism is always destructive.

Faith in occult doctrine, empowers dark energies, deceiving spirits, demons, call them what you will
Disbelieve if you are so inclined. There are plenty of distractions around if this is not your cup of tea.

Sunday, 28 April 2013

How Long Is A Piece Of String Theory?

Years ago, my mate had a theory that "high end" Hi Fi turntables were, so good that they were rubbish. What he was saying that, the arms were so sensitive, you couldn't walk across the floor without them skating across the record. He was right
The same applies to the new self service checkouts at Morrisons. One day the machine was just eating my coins without registering them. When the manager had opened up the coin mechanism, he found bits of fluff that had clogged it up. He maintained that the machines were state of the art, to which my reply was, "They're so good, they're rubbish" It's true.

The principal can apply to all sorts of stuff, String theory for example. It's so clever, it,s rubbish.
How can you measure how long a piece of string is without giving a value to something that is immeasurable?
Then there is Super String and M theory, D brane theory and 11 different dimensions.

It's at the point where more faith is required to believe it, than to believe in the supernatural.

Maybe science is a religion. It certainly punches above it's weight in my opinion.
I am quite convinced that aspects of modern science are just a form of legitimised gnosticism but maybe that's another story.

On a slightly different note, I was quite surprised when I looked up the definition of "technocracy" It appears that "Social sciences" are not included in the definition. I would disagree most strongly, since it is clear that the development of social science at the time of the enlightenment, most definitely became a tool by which the ruling elites, "managed" society. maybe the dictionary writers are not as insightful as one would have hoped.

Saturday, 27 April 2013

Max Headroom

I ran out of steam for the blog a few days ago.

The difficulty for me is that, firstly, I have to have sufficient mental prowess to be able to run a string of thoughts together in logical sequence. After that, I need to be able to transfer the thought process to text. It can be tricky, since commonly used words have a habit of refusing to enter my mind, and the discipline to suspend the thoughts in the right place while dealing with grammar and spelling issues, can be exhausting.

Then there is the lack of willpower to even bother in the first place. Even when the idea is strong and the English flows well, the thought that it is all a waste of time due to the fact that no one actually reads it, is always a potential drain to the enthusiasm. Even if people do read it, they might just consider the blog to be poorly written, ill considered, biased, uninformed, or naive.

Still, the need to write, remains and always returns. I simply ran out of headroom for a short while.
Funnily enough, It was from looking at the technical aspects of recording signals into a Digital Audio Workstation that seemed to illustrate this to me, thus allowing myself to re-calibrate the attenuation of my thought processes.

Its a pity I can't re-calibrate them on the Mackie mixer I am using.

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

No Wonder We Are Feeling Vexed Lately

A number of items have caught my attention in these last few days. Things which have strengthened my belief that we are expected to line up quietly, while the economic and political elite, spit on us.

Energy giant, NPower are accused of not paying corporation tax for three years running, despite a 9% price rise and a 34% increase in profits.
The other energy firms have been paying out "fat cat" bonuses totalling £5 million.
Meanwhile, more than 24% of the UK population are officially living in energy poverty.
NPower have used the investment in future energy resources, as the reason for ducking the tax bill. It is standard accounting practise apparently.
I might be swayed if they were investing in our future with philanthropic motives, but they're not. They are investing so that the directors can get bigger bonuses and shareholders can get higher dividends.
Who said that firms who invest in future energy infrastructure, should be able to offset their tax liability?
I bet whoever it was is not sitting in a cold, dark room right now.

Chairman of food giant, Nestle, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, calls for water to be privatised and says that the idea of water as a basic human right, is an extreme view.
Nestle is the worlds largest food company and 27th largest company. It employs 270,000 people directly.
As Chairman of this organisation, Brabeck-Letmathe, could be said to be at the very top of the food chain. According to Darwin, this guy should be some kind of superhuman but all I see is a sociopath, someone who cannot empathise with the people in Brazil, who's water supply is destroyed so that Nestle can sell it to rich westerners, or those children who process cocoa, who are forced to work in conditions that Brabeck-lemathe wouldn't allow his dog to endure.

The actions of NPower executives, Nestle fat cats, and the governments that allow them to operate with impunity, have not gone unnoticed.

There is an answer to all this. Simply stop playing the game. The whole merry go round relies on our cooperation.

Monday, 22 April 2013

Prince - Money Dont Matter Tonight

Timeless classic from Prince who managed to write some of the most profound material of the eighties and nineties.

Saturday, 20 April 2013

Storm Thorgerson Dies aged 69

Storm (what a great name) Thorgerson created some of the most iconic album covers of my generation.
Including 10 for Pink Floyd, of which, this one is arguably the most famous.

Here are some others.


 Simply some of the coolest album art ever produced.
Storm Thorgerson 1944-2013

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Knowledge is Foolishness

As we continue to watch the global economy disintegrate. It occurs to me that Radical Islam, who we would have thought would be cheer leading the downfall of Western economic systems, seem to be unaware of the situation. It could even be argued that they are as much a part of the system as anyone else.
If there really is a surge in "short trading" to coincide with terror attacks, then we could safely assume that the "system" is patronised by all and sundry.

The Muslim Brotherhood shares some similarities with Freemasonry. There are some suggestions that founder, Hassan al-Banna,  was linked to the masonic fraternity and that the Lodge was instrumental in the rapid growth of the Brotherhood.

Its not easy to establish the truth when dealing with such shadowy organisations. They prefer to operate under the cover of secrecy. Of course that mode is in keeping with all occult activity. The key factor in passing on, arcane knowledge, is that the recipient has to be sufficiantly advanced before he/she is worthy to receive it.
The whole realm of witchcraft and magic operates this way.

Ultimately it is all about power over those beneath you within the hierarchy. And those who desire the secrets of the universe, are eager to jump through hoops for their spiritual masters.
Regardless of what secrets are offered, the path is a very poor second compared with a relationship with the creator Himself.

Sunday, 14 April 2013

The Anti Communitarian League

Niki Rapaana, along with her daughter Nordica Friedrich are the founders of the ACL and authors of the "Anti Communitarian Manifesto"
Niki got into a spat with the local government in Seattle USA and now lives in a community of yurt dwellers in Alaska.

The basic thesis of the ACL is that "Communitarianism" is the "synthesis" of the Left/Right or East/West dialectic.
Sounds straightforward enough but even those who studied Hegel at university, struggle to grasp the basic tenets of the dialectical process. Maybe you have to escape before you can see it properly, maybe you need a different perspective, from the outside looking in as it were.

Here is Niki talking about some aspects of Communitarianism.

Clearly, this dialectic is unfinished, we still have such strong left v right rhetoric on a national level (evident with the death of Thatcher) Internationally we can see the same opposing ideologies played out in the Korean Crisis.
I always realised that opting out of the system was never really an option. That I simply would not be allowed to build a house of the side of a hill somewhere and live off the fruit of the land, minding my own business. All the land belongs to someone and as soon as I had any resources to live off, they would be taxed. Niki shows the kind of extremes that it is necessary to go to for such a lifestyle. It can be -30 degrees for weeks at a time in Anchorage.
While I am on this topic, it is worth noting that there is a convergence of thought/belief with Communitarianism (or one of its alternative appellations) and the philosophy of the New Age or New World Order. Which really equates to a reconstituted Babylonian civilisation. Sounds too far out but they say that "Fact is stranger than fiction" 

Friday, 12 April 2013

The Vampire Economy

This book which is available as free PDF download is a fascinating study of economics under the Third Reich. Simailarities can be seen in the way things have become here in 2013.
Confiscation of private property is one of the key indicators
 To read/download, click here:

What is Freedom?

This is crucial

Margaret Thatcher referred to the "freedom to choose" as a kind of moral requisite to be levied against the institutional socialism that was a result of 1970s Labour policy.
However, when she (and successive western governments) referred to freedom, they tended to use a kind of "Orwellian Doublespeak" 

This is hard to write about. There should be no ambiguity here. So much is at stake.

To illustrate the double meaning of freedom, there is probably no better image than "Lady Liberty"

The UNESCO "Statement of Significance" describes the statue as a "masterpiece of the human spirit" that "endures as a highly potent symbol—inspiring contemplation, debate and protest—of ideals such as liberty, peace, human rights, abolition of slavery, democracy and opportunity" (Source:Wiki)

The creator of the Statue of Liberty was Freemason, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. Anyone who understands what Freemasonry is REALLY about, will know that this "Masonic freedom cult" seeks to be freed from God's law. This is why Lucifer is venerated by occultists. He is considered to be the liberator of mankind from  the yoke of slavery to God.

Thursday, 11 April 2013

The Hegelian Dialectic

I had decided to stay away from the Thatcher topic for a while but I can't.
When will everyone realise that things go much deeper than a simple left/right dichotomy?

Read this:

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Could Thatcher's Funeral Cause Riots?

Who would have thought the death of Margaret Thatcher would polarise opinion to the extent it has?

During a mini riot in Brixton last night, some "enterprising" individual, managed to change the display on the "Ritzy".
Spontaneous parties erupted across the country as news of the death of, "Pariah", Thatcher spread. Some photographs show images of Thatcher being burned, Middle Eastern style.
Meanwhile, there were calls for her statue to be erected in Trafalgar Square alongside the other great British Heroes.
I cannot remember seeing so much joy being poured out due to the death of an English person.
This means that she was hated more than we ever realised, or society has declined to the point where respect for the dead is no longer considered appropriate by many.
The first is evident. I fear the second maybe applicable too.
If this is the reaction following news of Margaret Thatchers death, what on earth is going to happen if they decide to hold a "Diana" style funeral service?
Should the government take note here? Yes, undoubtedly. There is a powder keg of dissatisfaction waiting to be ignited and the smallest spark, such as the perception of undue honour being bestowed upon "The Pariah" Thatcher, could blow the whole gaff up, seriously.
These are strange and dangerous times.

Monday, 8 April 2013

Yesterday Bedtime

I was chatting with my nine year old son at bedtime last night. He had heard on TV that America might get attacked by Korea and was worried about it.
I remembered my own nuclear fears at that age and wondered if his generation would grow up under the constant threat of nuclear war as well.
I reassured him that the issue with Nth Korea was just to distract our attention away from the troubles of the economy in Europe and America. "What troubles?" he asked.
I explained how the banking crisis started and why money is an illusion unless it is linked to something with real value. To his credit, he seemed to understand easily enough. I'm not sure I would have understood that at his age. Then he told me that Dumbledore is 115 years old and is actually related to the Queen. "Interesting" I said.
"Tell me more things" he said, "It makes me go to sleep".
I realised that my monotonous drone was not enlightening him so much, as lulling him off.

Have been feeling better yesterday and today. I'm sure it is in part, due to the seasonal weather. Even a few hours of sunshine at this time of year is enough to lift the spirits. It looked like everywhere I went, folks were smiling and happy. It is hard not to feel the same.
There are so many things going on at the moment. Its hard to know how to approach events from a blogging perspective. There are some things that have lain dormant for a while which should get an airing before too long. As usual, most of it is stuff which appears to fly over heads at the speed of sound. It doesn't mean It's not going to get written. In fact in some ways it's easier like that.

So Baroness Thatcher died today, filling the country with delight and sadness in seemingly equal measure. Most people still don't understand that Prime Ministers and Presidents, don't actually get to make decisions on their own.
Baroness Thatcher was promoting an ideology which was dictated to her by shadowy figures from the upper echelons of power. People like the Bilderbergers for example.
The Reason Mrs Thatcher seemed to be the architect of her policies, was because she believed in them so ardently. How convenient. It certainly made the appearance of strong government, unlike the shower of...  Err what can I call them without offending anyone?.....Politicians, we have in "power" today. I use the word power advisedly. Maybe "puppets" would have been better or even "Muppets" but anyway... moving on.

Thanks to James Higham and the merry bloggers over at Nourishing Obscurity for many interesting posts.

Friday, 5 April 2013


Ill health had descended upon the McAdam household this week. I have been suffering with, lets say, an illness which most people get as children. I either didn't get it, or have it twice which is most unusual. Apart from the discomfort, I am highly contagious which does not go down well when trying to deal with my wife's illness, something that involves trips out, doctors, pharmacy etc.

Hopefully, next week will see us both on the mend. Its possibly a taster of what life will be like when we are old.

Caxton Gibbet

Caxton, a small village west of Cambridge is known for its famous gibbet pictured here:

This is not the original gibbet, but a reconstruction from around 1900 which used to stand outside the now disappeared inn of the same name. Rather than a traditional gallows, used for hanging, the gibbet was an altogether more macabre punishment.
"Gibbeting was the punishment for some capital offences including highway robbery. An iron cage would have hung from the wooden arm of the original gibbet. Here criminals were hung, imprisoned in the cage until they were dead. The head was clamped at the top to prevent tired legs from resting and the person would slowly starve to death, or in the winter succumb to exposure. The body would remain suspended for some time after death as a warning to others.". (Source:
There are no primary sources indicating that the death penalty was actually carried out at Caxton. It seems that as Caxton had one of the only two post offices in the country, there would have been a high incidence of highway robbery. Local Antiquarian, William Cole (1714-1782) is believed to have referred to Caxton when he wrote this:
"About 1753 or 1754 the son of Mrs. Gatward being convicted of robbing the Mail was hanged in chains on the Great Road. I saw him hanging in a scarlet coat after he had hung 2 or 4 months it is supposed that the screw was filed which supported him and that he fell in the first high wind after."
This site in Caxton is shortly going to become a MacDonald's. Some would prefer the gibbet.