The Slapton Sands Debacle – 28/04/1944

On the 27th / 28th April 1944, more American soldiers died in a D-Day rehearsal, than on the 6th of June at Utah Beach. Attacks by German torpedo boats and ‘friendly fire’ cost as many as 1500 American servicemen’s lives, and yet the incident was kept secret for almost fifty …

George Orwell and Aldous Huxley

  George Orwell (real name Eric Blair) wrote ‘1984,’ a grim novel of future totalitarianism in 1948. This and his satirical, political novel, ‘Animal Farm,’ described succinctly the mechanisms of oppression and distortion of the truth by the state and the realities of political power. Orwell was opposed to totalitarianism …

WW2 and the Chemical Warfare Cover-Up

The Allies clearly intended to use chemical weaponry in WW2 and whilst Germany was forbidden under the Versailles Treaty to produce or import chemical weapons; at the outbreak of war, both sides had poisonous gas shells. However, the pre-emptive use of chemicals in warfare was strictly forbidden by Hitler and …

The American Civil War 1861-65 – The real story

One month after Abraham Lincoln was sworn-in as the 16th President of the United States, the American Civil War officially began on the 12th April 1861, when Union troops were attacked by Confederate forces at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, after South Carolina had ‘illegally’ seceded from the Union. To demonstrate …

The Mysterious Obamas

Many people believe that ‘Michelle’ Obama is not all that ‘she’ seems. Judging by ‘her’ mannerisms and physical looks alone, there is enough evidence to ask questions. Indeed, some say that Michelle Obama, ‘First Lady’ of the US, was born a man, Michael LaVaughn Robinson in Chicago, Illinois on 17th …

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 …

The ‘Legend’ of King Arthur

Ask most people about King Arthur and the response you will likely elicit is that he never really existed and is simply ‘a legend’. I should like to ask in all seriousness, how are these ‘legends’ propagated in the first place? It is far too simplistic to dismiss as a …