Madeleine McCann

It would appear obvious to anyone with even a semi-functioning brain that Gerry McCann with his known direct or indirect links to Gordon Brown had either some sort of ‘hold’ on Brown and/or he was calling in favours in return for a massive high-level cover-up of what really happened. Brown …

Jack the Ripper, Prince Eddy, Lord Randolph Spencer-Churchill and the Queen Mother

What do these seemingly unconnected people have in common? The answer may well surprise and shock you to the core. The story begins in the late summer of 1888, the heyday of Queen Victoria’s reign, in the gas-lit streets of London, when a young woman’s horrifically mutilated body was discovered …

Invented Diseases

How is it possible to ‘invent’ a disease – or a syndrome to be more accurate? The answer is quite simple. When you have the financial muscle and the powerful propaganda machine that the kind of extreme wealth enjoyed by Big Pharma can buy, it is fairly straightforward to convince …

Imaginary Debt

Here is an amusing, fictional anecdote from the pen of my American friend Pat Shannan, that illustrates just how much of an illusion debt truly is… “It is the month of August; a resort town sits next to the shores of a lake. It is raining, and the little town looks …

Genetically Modified Food

  The concerted drive to inflict genetically modified food upon us by food corporations such as Monsanto with the compliance with the highly-corrupt FDA in the name of profit is nothing but a disgrace and a sham. Listening to their spokespersons quoting rigged and heavily-massaged trial results and lying about …

Freemasonry

  Of all the secret societies, probably the most famous as well as being the most misunderstood, by both outsiders and even its adherents at its lower levels, is freemasonry. Freemasonry probably had its original roots in the mediaeval crafts, whereby each trade had its own ‘guild’ or ‘union’ in …

The Inexorable Descent into Extreme Consumerism

The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the mid to late 18th century with the invention and subsequent widespread utilisation of the steam engine, which enabled the automation of many previously, exclusively manual tasks and facilitated the invention of new labour-saving devices such as the power-loom. Within fifty years the …

The Cancer Fraud

“Everyone should know that the ‘war on cancer’ is largely a fraud.” Linus Pauling, Nobel Laureate “I keep telling people to stop giving money to ‘cancer research’ because no one is frigging looking for a cure. We have several and they have been carefully hidden away from public view…this is …