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  • A Rather Boring Analysis of Current Conflict Situation


    Boring maybe, but not inaccurate I feel.

    Presentation is never their strong point, but LaRouchePAC, or Promethean Action as we must now call them, do seem to be in that increasingly rare category: academics who are true to the truth as they understand it.

    This is watchable, if not exactly stirring... but in today's fast-changing times we must take our truth where we can find it.

    (13 minutes)



  • GESARA NESARA Federal Reserve QFS and All That


    I could just as well have entitled this article "Clif High Strikes Again", since I imagine that there are many good souls out there who may take issue with his analysis of the current global monetary situation and how it may be likely to develop.

    The fact is that everybody can be wrong, there have been and still are forces of deceit rampant everywhere, and making a 100% correct assessment of where we are and where we are going with monetary systems is especially treacherous territory.

    Everybody can be wrong, even Clif High!

    My own intuition is that if Clif is wrong, then nobody is right, but I can be wrong too...

    So here for the bending of the mind around intractable uncertainties, Clif High explains his thinking about where the global monetary systems have been, how we came to be where we now are, and what may develop in the proximate future.

  • Covid Revisited


    Former CDC director Robert Redfield seems to be the latest senior figure to break cover and admit that "mistakes were made".

    The spike protein is immunotoxic. You get infected, it’s immunotoxic. But when you give the vaccine, we make the spike protein

    The Daily Sceptic reports.

    Well, up to  point. This story seems to me to be a form of "limited hangout" - admit to small mistakes and divert attention from the big issues.

    Well, if inadvertently destructive vaccines are the small issue, what on earth is the big one?

    The big issue must be big, really big. So lets apply a little elementary logic.

    Nuclear Result in EU Elections Explodes the Myth of Green Infallibility


    "... the real story was the decline of various green parties. The French Greens, for example, were left with their worst result in 30 years. The German Greens were the biggest losers"

    So where does that leave the prospects for energy generation?

    "Nuclear is unavoidable in a world focused on emissions and energy security"

    "There is simply no path to a low carbon economy without a massive nuclear power renaissance"

    "Poland is working on introducing nuclear power. Hungary is singing international deals to expand its nuclear power... Germany risks being encircled by nuclear reactors"

    Quite so, and it gladdens the heart - not so much that nuclear is ascendant, but that the green blob fairytale storybook has been

  • What New Fakery is This?


    No, we can no longer take stuff we find on the internet at face value - but we knew that already, didn't we?

    Is this guy for real?

    Am I for real?

    Is NVidia for real?

    And are their simulation results for real, and... how would we know?

    Does that old maxim "Garbage in, garbage out" still apply? Or is it consigned to the trash-can?

    I wonder who supplies their electric power...

    And yes, it's your view that counts. Welcome to the hot seat!

    (74 minutes)


  • " This is the Most Dangerous Situation SInce the Cuban Missile Crisis"


    Scott Ritter brings us up to date with the latest provocations - with Russian warships reported off the coast of Florida, and Ukraine hurling ever more western-supplied weapons into Russia...  perhaps we should pay attention.

    As always, ignore the lurid headline and hear what he actually says, which is bad enough.

    (21 minutes) 

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  • The WHO have to Go?


    "In the beginning was the word... "

    UK Column interviews James Roguski on the current state of the WHO's crusade to conquer the commanding heights of our world's health. 

    Or is it about something else entirely?

    Well it's complicated...

    (65 minutes)



  • "Green Billionaire Funding of 'Climate Emergency' Reporting"


    "A massive global grooming programme"

    "... a shocking insight into the corruption of independent, investigative journalism"

    "The operation claims over 25,000 members in 200 countries"

    The Daily Sceptic reports.


  • Geddes in Dewsbury


    Martin has been visiting again, this time in Dewsbury.

    What he found disturbed him.

    Is it simple "racism", or a more complex cultural clash?

    We must all be careful which words we sling about these days lest we are inadvertently deemed to offer offence - but surely offence has to be taken before it can be said to have been given? It's a bit like a contractual arrangement - where no meeting of minds occurs, there is neither contract nor offence...

    In times past the judiciary had a robust attitude to free speech - that free speech without the possibility of offence wasn't worth having - that certainly inculcated a certain necessary robustness in those who are perhaps too easily offended, and permitted them to respond in kind - ie: to stick up for themselves.

    Whether that was better than today's situation where offence may be deemed to be given even when not offered

  • Fulford Report - Monday 10 June 2024


    No breakthroughs yet, still business as usual... except that Saudi's agreement to sell oil in USD is now definitively ended.

    Expect financial repercussions.

    It ain't over 'til the financials collapse... and no doubt much else besides, but money is the key.

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  • Amazon Goes Nuclear


    Data centres, crypto mining, AI, three modern innovations that could not exist without huge supplies of electricity.

    And Amazon has just confirmed (actions speak louder than words) that its power isn't going to come from intermittent windmills and solar, it's going to come from its own nuclear reactors.

    Well, I guess if it's good enough for Amazon, it's good enough for me. Small Modular Reactors do seem to be taking the low-carbon market by storm, and for practical reasons - intermittency is death to our electricity supply grid.

    Is some semblance of good sense slowly starting to emerge from the promoters of "renewables"?

  • NATO Escalates the War on Russia


    The Schiller institute press release for their coming conference, assuming that war doesn't break out before then.

    They note the continuing escalation by NATO of the provocations towards Russia, and it's become obvious that controlling interests within NATO are intent on having that war, for whatever reasons.

    Recommended reading.


  • "The Forces at Play are Beyond Comprehension"


    Riccardo Bosi explains "Q".

    Listen carefully, he explains it only once, in succinct detail.

    Whichever way this pans out, it seems likely to qualify as the greatest global psychological operation ever carried out.

    Whether we believe it or not is up to us, but in view of the magnitude, it's probably best to be aware.

    (5 minutes)



  • Why Britain Needs a Great British CBDP!


    Hear it straight from the horse's mouth.

    (1 minute)


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  • Will We Get to Vote Before WW3 Breaks?


    Promethean Action in their rather dry conservative way bring us their sobering analysis on the prospects for WW3.

    With defeat all but accomplished in the Ukraine, and chaos in Israel/Palestine, not to mention Trump ascendant in the USA, the likelihood that the cornered beast is going to go quietly doesn't look promising.

    "The ruling class realises that nothing short of its continued moves towards a global fascist dictatorship is going to stop this"

    Perhaps a general election is the ultimate distraction to ensure that we don't notice what is brewing up in the background...

    (14 minutes)



  • The BCS - Quick Off the Starting Line!


    Yes, digital technology is the very foundation of our modern society, for better or worse. It's a tool that can be used, indeed really has to be used these days, and whether for good or evil is down to the motivation of the user.

    The BCS indeed has been at the forefront of regulating for the digital age, being the power behind the original Data Protection Act (whatever you may think of that fairly cumbersome package).

    So it's off to the races elections today with its proposals for the next government's policies on regulation of, and education about, the Great British Digital space in all its forms.

    Yes it has all the essential nods toward matters DEI which some may feel unnecessary, but my only caveat would be that DEI must never come at the expense of excellence, nor at the expense of freedom for

  • The Doctrine of Political Infallibility


    Most people in (nominally) Anglican Britain would probably scoff at the notion of Papal infallibility, yet many happily accept the notion of political infallibility when it's dressed up as "science".

    Yet it's still guided by the same politicians that we need to elect every few years because we can't trust them any longer than that to keep our interests at heart (work with me here) - Oh Wait! it's actually guided by the remote and unelected UN-WEF fascist would-be world government(let's call it by its true nature - a wholly undemocratic fusion of corporate power and civil authority), AKA the New World Order.

    The fallibility of the green agenda is by now grotesquely obvious to anyone of critical thinking ability - especially to engineers who are accustomed to having to build things that actually work - yet that same agenda supposedly holds large numbers of the population in thrall, despite none the last decades' alarmist

  • False Flag Attack Incoming?


    The deep state (Oh yes there is!) likes to use false flags to mould public opinion to the way they want it. Rumours of course abound, but Ole Dammegard doesn't do rumours, he does investigations, collects evidence, and applies logic.

    Here he is speaking to Michael Jaco in the wake of the recent Bilderberg Group meeting.

    So pin back your ears and learn how the world really works... and how we can recognise the warning signs.

    Be warned, this is a slow burn, but it goes much deeper than you may expect...

    (96 minutes)


  • How We the People Can Change Our Democratic System!


    The First Past the Postsystem is regarded by many as unsatisfactory, and various countries use alternative systems designed to be "fairer" in that they give political parties seats in proportion to the numbers of votes that they receive at elections.

    Sounds good, no? But it cements power into the hands of the political parties, so that independent MPs become as rare as hens' teeth.

    Looking around the world, it's not obvious that these result in better outcomes. The increase in complexity simply makes it more difficult to understand (and possibly easier to obfuscate any cheating!).

    Anyway, in the UK we have a system which the incumbent MPs are extremely reluctant to change, so can we the people take the initiative and use it as is today to get what we the people want?

    So what is wrong with the way we work it currently?


  • Biggest Conspiracy Theory in the World?


    I hope that long-time readers may forgive me for featuring this film again, but events this year do seem to be building to a climax as established forms of government become ever more dysfunctional all around the world, warring parties are ever more irreconcilable, the threat of nuclear war continues to ramp up, and the WEF WHO and "global boiling" become ever more ridiculous.

    How can this be?

    It's a long story, partially explained in the video below.

    Whether or not you have seen it before, you may be shocked, and you will likely reject it out of hand as preposterous...  but wait! Since when has preposterousness been a bar to being