Thursday, April 30, 2009


Go to and watch a car crash into a monument close to the bus carrying the Dutch Royal family. The car windscreen and roof are already battered by the time the car emerges from a crowd of onlookers.

I find this accident/attack highly suspicious. I have just sent Lord Adair Turner at the FSA a 7 page letter setting out in great detail the Bilderberg connection to the credit crunch, asking him to investigate Bilderberg. Turner recently announced that the FSA is to investigate the events leading up to the bailouts of RBS and other British banks. As we know Peter Sutherland is on the steering committee of Bilderberg AND on the boards of both RBS and Goldman Sachs while the crisis evolved, and he along with Sir Tim McKillop were at Bilderberg last year. I sent that letter yesterday by Recorded Delivery and it has been signed for.

What the consequences of this car incident will be I don't know, but if Turner is stopped or persuaded from investigating Bilderberg because of this car incident then what can we assume?

If you want Lord Turner and the FSA to investigate Bilderberg then write to him immediately, explaining the significance of the history of Bilderberg and the presence at Bilderberg meetings of the very, very rich and powerful behind closed doors.

Request, no DEMAND, that Sutherland be investigated. He
1. is on the Bilderberg steering committee
2. was on the board of RBS for years and is on the board of Goldman Sachs.
3. attends Bilderberg nearly every year with the likes of Tim Geithner, David Rockefeller, Lawrence Summers, Martin Feldstein, Richard Holbrooke etc

This lot must be investigated and no attempt on Queen B's life should stop it.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009


That's what politics is about, the megalomania of a hundred or so families, prepared to do anything to control the world, including engineering, financing and profiting from world wars.

And the more horrific the crimes committed against humanity are the deeper the hole they dig for themselves.

It's like in Heat in which the psycho Waingro shoots dead two of the van guards, so the gang led by de Niro needlessly execute the third guard.

More death leads to more death leads to more death...

As BBC Radio 1 DJ Steve Wright used to say; it's not big and it's not clever.

I call time.



News and action on torture in the USA, and testimony from Craig Murray in the UK, has been buried.

Your new enemy is now an anonymous pig in Mexico rather than the good, honest and huggable swine-flu-free banks.

It is very suspicious that the flu is not 100% swine, but is a hybrid of swine, bird and human flu, something of interest to certain people a few years ago.

And it is also very suspicious that only Mexicans are dying.

And it is also very suspicious that just a few years ago warmonger Paul Wolfowitz prophecised the advent and usefulness of race-targeted bioweapons.

"...advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool."

But then again Wolfie said Iraq had a shit load of WMD aimed at your backyard BBQ.

However, despite that little porkie, I do think that Wolfie is right with this one; it is targeted at Mexicans and could serve the agenda in creating Pan-American governmental bodies and a mass vaccination in which not only useless vaccines will be injected into Americans but a certain manufacturer of Tamiflu with links to the neocons can make a nice profit out of mass sales.

I wonder if they can create a flu targeted at cynics?


I like salmon.


Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Yet another set of arrests and trials.

Yet more false accusations.

The three accused of aiding the alleged 7/7 bombers have been found not guilty of that charge. That trial was being used as an excuse to withhold information and to block any public inquiry into the 7/7 bombings.

The largest terrorist attack on mainland Britain occured on 7th July 2005. We have had no public inquiry into it, to learn from mistakes and/or to prosecute any living being who had knowledge of the attack and allowed it to happen or made it happen using the alleged patsies.

Can we have a public inquiry into 7/7 now? Or must we wait for yet more trumped up charges and false trials to delay and delay and delay until you hope we forget it ever happened?


Yesterday the French Finance Minister criticised the legislation being proposed to regulate hedge funds as weak. The hedge funds in British islands across the globe were key to the current financial crisis.

The flat of the brother of Carla Bruni's former lover was broken into and several items of potentially embarrassing material were stolen. It appears it was a professional burglary and the burglars seemed to know the material was there and where it was.

Maybe linked. Maybe not.

Monday, April 27, 2009


I don't have full access to the FT but the internet edition is carrying a comment by a Stephen Green, who I assume is the same Stephen Green who is Chairman of HSBC.

Green suggests that the one power that the Bank of England has to control money supply, the power to set interest rates, is currently insufficient.

This is a huge admission by Green.

Absolutely huge!

What this statement says is that the private banks not the Bank of England create money (some of us knew that already and don't agree with it), and that the Bank of England can only act on the amount of money created by the private banks in the previous months.

But how many times has Green made this suggestion?

Green, if it is THE Green from HSBC, is Honorary Chairman of the British Bankers Association. To make a suggestion such as to transfer the God-like power to create money from the banks to the Bank of England would I assume require some support from within the BBA. If that is the case then what does that suggest?

It suggests that for now, because they have used up their credit creating powers and what bailouts they have received are nowhere near enough to have any effect on dragging the economy out of the shithole the banks threw us into in the first place, the banks are happy to give that power (which ultimately is our power) back to us so that we in the form of the Bank of England begin lending and take any hits that occur and as soon as the economy is back to health the banks and their newspaper gimps will be crying, "right, we want that power to create money again so we can screw the british taxpayers again and again and again and laugh all the way to the Cayman Islands (which will still be on the grey list in 20 years time)".

1. yes, give the power to create money for the economy to the Bank of England or a similar organization but only after the BoE has been disinfected of the creeps who let the financial crisis evolve into what it has become and they have been replaced by men and women good and true with the best interests of the British people not the City banks at heart, who have either been elected by, or appointed by a committee elected by, the British people.
2. begin lending for many massive infrastructure improvements, ditch Trident and the ID card system.
3. keep that power in the hands of the British people and not give it up to the reckless, greedy gambling banks as soon as we realise what such a system can do and how the current system is ridiculoulsy unfair and plain stupid.


There is a disgusting and fraudulent comment by Anatole Koletsky in The Times today, entitled "Bullets meant for bankers could kill the welfare state" at

I have never read so much drivel and waffle in one comment.

Basically Koletsky says this; don't punish the banks 'coz we need 'em.

This is very similar to what Mandy said the other week.

Koletsky attempts to make his argument scientific, quoting statistics for this, that and the other.

But we can do without the banks in their current form, very easily.

They're all hopelessly bankrupt, even with the trillions in bailouts and loan guarantees.

So take them into bankruptcy and replace them with publicly-owned banks and credit-issuing organizations whose interest is not a quick buck-and-to-hell-with-the-consequences, but is instead the long term steady growth of our economy.

They gambled. They lost. It's that simple.

That God-like power to create money for the economy was abused knowingly and willfully. They knew what they were doing, but didn't realise that by doing so was violating The Fraud Act 2006 Section 4 because their partners in crime the FSA were not fulfilling their duties under the FSMA 2000 and informing us how the financial system worked, probably with the nod from the banks themselves and the Treasury and the Bank of England, and were also being ordered by Bilderbergers Balls and Brown to go easy on The City.

J P Morgan Chase, advised by Bilderberger Blair but is ultimately Rockefeller, appears to be the biggest beneficiary. It has been able to purchase two of its major competitors, Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual, at bargain basement prices and with the help of bailouts.

J P Morgan Chase is basically a Rockefeller production.

Bilderberg is basically a Rockefeller production.

I can find nobody from Bear Stearns or Washington Mutual who has attended Bilderberg.

I can however find plenty of Bilderbergers from Citi, Goldman Sachs, AIG and the Federal Reserve and The US Treasury, you know, the ones who got the big bailouts and financed the bailout.

So when Koletsky says leave off the banks he is basically saying it is OK to screw the British public big time and get away with it!

Sunday, April 26, 2009


Not content with wanting to implant us all with a microchip and assuming that planning a protest is a crime worthy of infiltration for pre-emptive arrests, they are now asking British soldiers to fire on the British taxpaying public who pay their wages.

This explains the recent media operation to make darlings of the Brtish Army.

Why are they so scared of us?

Because of what they have done to us.

Not just in the rip-off of the ages that has just occured, but the whole manipulation and warmongering and profitmongering and megalomania that they believe they are entitled to do is gradually coming out and being accepted as fact not conspiracy.

WW1? They did it.
Hitler, Stalin and WW2? They did it.
Israel and it's slaughtering? They did it.
9/11? They did it.

They did it all.

They know it.

And now we know that they know that we know they did it.

Brown trouser stains all around. I can smell the stench from here!



'Will you open fire on UK citizens' Army personnel being asked
by IanPJ on Mon 02 Mar 2009 13:52 GMT

In a stunning conversation with a friend, who is a serving member of the Armed Forces, over the weekend, it was revealed that transfers to regiments and other units in the UK on home duties are being undertaken by the MOD based upon whether an individual was prepared to 'open fire' on UK citizens during civil disturbances.

I found this long and extracted conversation to be both bizarre and frightening. I will state at this point that he is someone that I have known for years, and trust implicitly. The fact that service personnel are actually being asked in special briefing sessions whether they would fire on their own nationals indicates that the rumours about the Army being put on standby are indeed very true.


The Sunday Times is reporting that a memory stick containing unencrypted details of informants and operations in Colombia has been lost/sold. The consequences of this has cost £100 million and put at risk the lives of many informants and their families.

The biggest drug traffickers are the intelligence agencies, specifically MI6 and CIA. Why?
1. money
2. a drugged population is easier to control
3. more police state surveillance

There have been some recent successes against the Colombian drug cartels.

The agent, described by one former colleague (from MI6?, perhaps her current real boss?) as, "a lovely girl but a bit daft and scatterbrained" was/is an MI6 agent.

The agent has not been sacked, but has only received a slap on the wrist!!

Do the math(s).


AS the plane from Ecuador began its descent into the Colombian capital of Bogota, Agent T must have felt a shiver of excitement about her new assignment.

She was being posted to the drugs capital of the world — where she had secured a role gathering intelligence in the war against the global cocaine trade worth £50 billion a year.

An undercover customs officer with Britain’s Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca), she would be responsible for dozens of undercover agents providing vital information on Colombia’s drugs cartels. The job involved liaising with MI5 and MI6, the British security and intelligence services, and the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

In her handbag was a memory stick full of secret information that she had personally downloaded from computer systems at her old office, the Soca station in Quito, capital of Ecuador. On it, sources say, were “Soca’s crown jewels” — the names, code names, addresses and operational details of dozens of Soca officers and confidential informants.

After the plane landed at Bogota’s El Dorado international airport in April 2006, Agent T boarded a transit coach to the terminal. She made her way through immigration and then caught a bus heading for the centre of the city and her new office at the British embassy.

For reasons still unclear, by the time she left the airport her handbag — and the vital memory stick — were gone.

Friday, April 24, 2009


Mr Andrew Smith, Swindon, aged 49, a company director, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

Ms Jane Doherty, Falkirk, aged 23, a primary school teacher, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

Mrs Diane Crane, Scarborough, aged 50, an accountant, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

Mr David Nolan, Plymouth, aged 40, supermarket manager, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

Mrs Barbara Dixon, Aberystwyth, aged 32, a general practice doctor, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

Mr Peter Jenkinson, Gillingham, aged 55, fireman, must pay a lot more taxes and experience massive cuts in public services for years to come.

These and about 40 million other members of the Great British tax paying public want know, WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED?!

Thursday, April 23, 2009


This morning the BBC 5 Live debate was unsurprisingly on the budget.

There was a lot of hatred towards the banks expressed by the callers.


The British tax paying public are not that thick. The recent concentration of the media on MPs expenses and non-exsitent terror plots in order to deflect that hatred has in general not worked.

However, it has served to focus more hatred on Bilderberg Brown. One caller even referred to the bargain basement sale by Brown of our national store of gold, a sale held at the wrong time and at the wrong price for us but very, very beneficial to certain very, very wealthy people (nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more). This was part of a conspiracy to depress the price of gold at particular times, which was identified by Reginald Howe at Golden Sextant.

There is a chant sung on the football terraces that goes something like this;
Stand up! If you hate Man U
Stand up! If you hate Man U
Stand up! If you hate Man U
Stand up! If you hate Man U

Stand up! If you hate the banks.
Stand up! If you hate the banks.
Stand up! If you hate the banks.
Stand up! If you hate the banks.
Stand up! If you hate the banks.
Stand up! If you hate the banks.


Not one major media outlet, newspaper, TV, radio, is concenrating on the real villains who have forced Alistair Darling into the budget he announced yesterday; THE BANKS!

Darling is being blamed for getting his numbers so wrong.

Darling is being blamed for risking driving away the entrepreneurs because of the 50% tax rate for the rich.

The banks should be in the dock, not Darling.

And with the banks should be Brown who encouraged and permitted the reckless gambling of the banks.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Most of the suspects in The Easter Terror Plot have been released without charge suggesting that the plot, if it existed, was small and not very advanced, which would be contradictory to the fearmongering headlines from a few weeks ago. Yet another example of fearmongering for political purposes.

On the other hand, certain others should not be released without charge but should be prosecuted for violations of The Fraud Act 2006 Section 4, tried by 12 good men and women from the British taxpaying public, found guilty as charged and locked up, each spending two months alone with Josef Fritzl in a padded cell with no windows.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


The bears know it.

The salmon know it.

There is a force of nature in the salmon that drives them to the same river at the same time every year.

They can't stop themselves.

And the bears know it.

The bears feast on the salmon.

A similar force is building in the globalists.

There is a force of nature in them that wants world government, but they have to run the risk of exposing themselves to convince us, the bears, that it is in our best interest to acquiesce.

And when they do there will be a veritable feast.

The bears know it.

The salmon know it.

Monday, April 20, 2009


A report in The Bilderberg Washington Post today suggests that the IMF is actively planning and organising for a time, just a few years from now, when it will control the world economy.

The report, entitled "A Bigger, Bolder Role Is Imagined For the IMF", also suggests that the IMF would be less ideological. I find this very, very hard to believe. For decades the IMF has been notorious for intervening in economies across the world offering help but in return those economies had to undergo substantial opening up to American and European corporations and implementing severe cuts in social welfare such as health and education.

Three weeks ago the IMF was given a significant injection of money at the G20 London Summit.

The Managing Director of the IMF is Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who attended Bilderberg in 2000 and became MD of the IMF in 2007 with very strong support from the USA and Europe. Within months he was under investigation.


A Bigger, Bolder Role Is Imagined For the IMF
Changes Suggest Shift in How Global Economy Is Run

By Anthony Faiola
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, April 20, 2009

Inside a cavernous assembly hall in downtown Washington, dignitaries gather twice a year for routine meetings of the International Monetary Fund. Before long, though, the room could take center stage in the IMF's transformation into a veritable United Nations for the global economy.

Surrounded by blond wood paneling and a digital screen the size of a cinema's, central bankers and finance ministers would meet to convene a financial security council of sorts. Serving almost as ambassadors to the IMF, they would debate ways to put out the world's economic fires and stifle reckless policies before they ignite new ones.

Bowing to a new economic world order, the IMF would grant fresh powers to the likes of China, India and Brazil. It would have vastly expanded authority to act as a global banker to governments rich and poor. And with more flexibility to effectively print its own money, it would have the ability to inject liquidity into global markets in a way once limited to major central banks, including the U.S. Federal Reserve.

That image of a radically transformed IMF -- whose role in the global economy had turned largely advisory in recent years -- is now coming together through internal IMF documents, interviews and think-tank reports. Finance ministers from major nations will begin grappling with the formidable details of the IMF's makeover this weekend when they converge in Washington for the fund's biannual assembly.

The changes, broadly outlined by President Obama and other leaders of the Group of 20 nations in London earlier this month, could take months, even years to take shape. But the IMF is all but certain to take a central role in managing the world economy. As a result, Washington is poised to become the power center for global financial policy, much as the United Nations has long made New York the world center for diplomacy.

The IMF's mission is expanding so broadly that its managing director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, said in an interview that the organization -- which underwent deep cuts last year before the financial crisis swept the globe -- may boost staffing in coming months, potentially creating dozens of high-paying jobs in the District.

A Satan never changes its spots.

Why is it that the United Nations is based in the USA and the IMF is based in the USA? The World Army-in-waiting, NATO, is currently based in Brussels. I suspect that it too will soon move to the USA.

Friday, April 17, 2009


So it was The Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland that complained about Bowen’s reporting.

Let us not forget that it was The Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland to whom Lord Balfour wrote his Balfour Declaration in 1917, and to be more specific, Lord Rothschild.

In the Balfour Declaration, Balfour wrote;
"His Majesty's Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country".

We know what the Rothschilds and The Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland have done since with that piece of paper. Wiped their arses with it, flushed it down the toilet and laughed their heads off!

The part of the Balfour Declaration I would like to bring to your attention is this;
" being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine..."

We all saw what civil and religious rights the Palestinians have now during the New Year, when Blair did absolutely nothing to stop the slaughter.

I understand that one complaint upheld against Bowen was his comment that Israel was expansionist. One need only look at the maps of Palestine since 1945 to see that Israel is indeed still expanding. And it has a lot further to expand if the real plans of the Zionists of 1897 are to be believed. They want parts of Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

And that kind of dream for expansion is ideal for manipulation into war and to provoke terrorism, which is precisely why Israel exists, precisely why the British have allied with the Rothschilds.

For further info on the bloody purpose of Israel see the page on Israel on my website: IT'S ALL A CON, A SCAM, A DEVIOUS TRICK.

So Bowen must be applauded and supported, not sacked. He must be speaking some truth if he is bringing the wrath of the Rothschilds upon himself.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009


Paul Gambaccini was speaking on Radio 5 Live this morning in relation to Phil Spector. Gambaccini came out with a little fact that raises a few questions. That fact is that the Spector-produced You've Lost That Loving Feeling is the most played song on American radio.

Of all the songs that have been written and produced over the decades the most played song on American radio just happens to be telling someone that they have lost that loving feeling, and as we know who controls the media in America I would guess that this choice is no coincidence. The media is there not to inform you but to control you. Playing You've Lost That Loving Feeling frequently may well be a psyop, albeit a subtle one, to persuade most Americans that they have lost that loving feeling and should open themselves up to Satan.

Sunday, April 12, 2009


As some, including myself, had suspected, the Easter Terror Plot was exaggerated.

The reason why no explosives have been found is that the Easter Terror Plot is non-existent. The plot was apparently at least weeks away from execution, and was not allowed to develop, but was instead hijacked by fearmongering politicians who with the media subsequently ramped up the fear factor, suggesting that Old Trafford, The Trafford Centre and a few other well known spots in Manchester, including the airport, were all targets to have been blown up this weekend.

That report that some of the suspects worked at Manchester Airport, implying that everyone's suitcase was going to be packed with explosives by the suspects? All bollocks.

The suspects had probably barely started to look at sourcing.

As Craig Murray suggested, there have been a lot of good man hours put into detecting this plot by good men and women, but it has been hijacked and exaggerated for political benefit.

And as I posted the number of deaths in Pakistan as a reason for Pakistanis to come here and plot to blow us up, Sadiq Khan MP went to Pakistan on an official visit to promote our 'freedom and democracy' and all he got was their hate and anger of us and the USA for the indiscrminate attacks on their country by US drones.

But that's the whole point of the indiscriminate attacks by US drones, isn't it? 'They' need someone to come here and blow 'us' up so that we cede our freedoms to 'them', so for that purpose 'they' provoke Pakistanis to come here by indiscriminate drone attacks and 'they' allow the young enraged Pakistanis in with the excuse that 'they' will follow the Pakistanis while here.

But if one of the plots is actually executed then 'they' can always hold their hands up and say, "hey, we can't know everything and be everywhere all the time...unless you give us all your freedoms. So give 'em up, now, coz who knows what they're plotting next."

And who's in charge of US foriegn policy, and in particular in the Pakistan/Afghanistan region? That Bilderberger Richard Holbrooke who was allowed to publish two articles in The Washington Post last year during the brief Russia-Georgia war. Holbrooke, the fool, thought, get this, that Russia started that war!
Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

That fool actually wrote twice in The Washington Post screaming for war with Russia. Having got that embarrassingly wrong he is now overseeing the indiscriminate bombing of Pakistani civilians that is driving the Pakistani youth into terrorism so that they come here and try to blow us up so that we then cede our freedoms to the likes of Holbrooke and all the other Bilderberg scum.



Quick's error forced seizure of suspects 'weeks ahead of schedule'

Intelligence from Pakistan tipped off Whitehall and the alleged plotters were allowed into the UK under surveillance. Then Met chief put operation in jeopardy, and raids were brought forward. Vital evidence may now never be collected

By Jane Merrick, Political Editor

Sunday, 12 April 2009

The full extent of the damage caused by Metropolitan anti-terrorism chief Bob Quick's blunder is revealed today, with details that intelligence services were possibly "several weeks" away from breaking a suspected plot to carry out bomb attacks in the UK.

Eleven men arrested in raids in the north-west of England remained in detention last night after magistrates gave police a further seven days to question them.

But there are extreme concerns within the security services that there may not be enough evidence amassed to build a case against them, because the raids were rushed forward as a result of Mr Quick's mistake.

...Officials, scrambling to avoid a major row, immediately let it be known that the arrests had been planned for 2am Thursday morning, meaning the operation had been brought forward by a matter of a few hours. Yet security sources have told the IoS that the Thursday raid was "only one option" and in fact the planned raid was possibly "several weeks" away.

In a separate development, Sadiq Khan, the minister for community cohesion, said last night that Britain needed to improve the explanation of its foreign policy to Pakistan or risk fuelling anger among young men in that country.

Mr Khan, in Pakistan on an official visit when the raids took place, told the IoS that many young Pakistanis were angry at the US drone attacks on the border region with Afghanistan, and blamed Britain for having too close a relationship with America. He said the Government needed to make clear that UK foreign policy was "distinct" from Washington's.

The minister said: "In Islamabad, I spoke to university students about being British and Muslim: the values we share in the UK and the freedom to practise faith freely, be treated equally, protected against discrimination, and be active citizens with the freedom to voice our concerns and disagree without fear.

"In return, I listened to the anger and pain over the challenges that young Pakistanis growing up in Pakistan face, including the anger and frustration over US drone attacks. It is clear, in many Pakistanis' eyes, the UK is considered in the same terms as the US.


I urge you to write to Lord Adair Turner at the FSA to highlight the presence of all of Obama's economic team (before Obama was even elected!) along with McKillop and a host of top bankers at Bilderberg last year, then perhaps Turner can shine some light on the scum.

Despite Lord Turner producing a report that explained how he thought the credit crunch developed, Turner has now instigated an investigation into Royal Bank of Scotland and the information provided to its board and shareholders. But don't get your hopes up yet. Co-investigators are some of the largest auditors in The City, you know, the ones that have signed off the banks' accounts for the last few decades.


FSA inquiry to investigate bank bosses
The City regulator is to conduct a formal investigation into the events which led to last year's emergency Government rescues of HBOS and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), The Sunday Telegraph can reveal.

By Mark Kleinman
Last Updated: 9:39PM BST 11 Apr 2009

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) approached the "Big Four" audit firms last week to invite them to pitch for a mandate to assist with the investigation, which is likely to commence within weeks.

Sources in the accounting profession said last night that the FSA inquiry, about which the Treasury is understood to have been notified, will examine a range of issues, including the banks' risk management processes and the conduct of directors during the critical period last year prior to the first wave of Government rescue packages.

Led by a combination of the City regulator's senior enforcement and supervisory officials, the inquiry is expected to look at whether sufficient information was made available to the boards of the banks and their shareholders. It is also expected to include scrutiny of directors' competence during the periods leading up to rights issues that were undertaken by Bradford & Bingley, HBOS and RBS over the course of several months last year.

Saturday, April 11, 2009


The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle performed at Leeds City Hall in late 1987. They were to play three pieces of music. The piece I went to listen to was Grieg’s Piano Concerto, which I was forced to listen to in my music class at school, but also to be played was an overture by an Italian composer I had never heard of, which was to be played first, and the final piece was a symphony by a Russian composer I had never heard of, which I thought would probably be dark and gloomy and perhaps boring. My thoughts were, well, the overture will be over in a jiffy, then it’s the Grieg piano concerto I wanted to listen to most, and then I can always stay for the first movement of the symphony by that Russian geezer and if it’s shit I’ll leave and meet up with my mates for a few Saturday night beers.

That symphony was Symphony No. 5 by Dmitri Shostakovich.

I was totally blown away, and after the first 30 seconds after those bold opening bars I was on the edge of my seat and remained there until the final note had been played.

For the next two to three years I listened to music by Shostakovich constantly. When I came home at 1am after a night out I would put my headphones on and listen to either symphony no.5, 7, 8 or 10, or one of the piano concertos. I also read about his life, and through that gained a good understanding of what Russia was like under Illuminati agent Stalin, though I had never heard of the Illuminati by then.

Shostakovich opposed Stalinism, and Stalin would have killed him if Shostakovich was not so well loved by the Russian people. That knock on the door at 4am was always expected. When Stalin died Shostakovich wrote my favourite Symphony No. 10, in which Shostakovich celebrated Stalin’s death and gave the dead Stalin the two fingers while Shostakovich danced on Stalin’s grave, but always with the sobering thought, “Yes, Stalin may be dead, but who will replace him?...”

It is through Shostakovich that I have developed an interest in Russia, which some may think qualifies me as a traitor or agent. I am neither, and I have no interest in becoming one or t’other.

I just want this world to be rid of the scum who have made this world what it is today. Shostakovich stood up to one of their genocidal agents and was a pain in his arse, and for that and his music Shostakovich was arguably The Man of the 20th Century.


According to a report in the Pakistani paper The News, the ratio of AQ to civilian deaths from US drone attacks is:
60 drone attacks
14 AQ
687 civilians

I'll repeat that again.
60 drone attacks
14 AQ
687 civilians

[source : ]

Leaders in Pakistan and Afghanistan have been warning for a long time that this scatter gun, Israeli-esque degree of accuracy is driving men, women and children into the arms of AQ.

So given this information, how is it, with our politicians scaring the shit out of us that AQ are about to kill us all, that it is very easy to get into this country from Pakistan, and once in it is very easy to avoid detection?

It is possible that such people are being allowed in with the hope that they lead intelligence to AQ cells. But it also runs the risk of many more cells being formed. And from there the fear can be ramped up. Intelligence warns the politicians. The politicians warn us and take our freedoms away. Londonistan was not named so without reason.

I strongly agree with Craig Murray that the arrests which occured this week look politically motivated. The fact that the alleged attack was to take place either today or tomorrow and yet after several days of searching absolutely no explosive material has been found, despite the suspects being under surveillance for a long time, at this moment suggests that this, like the liquid bomb plot of August 2006 was used, has been hyped up to take the heat off not only Brown and Smith but our good friends the banks.

You can't beat a bit of fear to focus the public's minds on another enemy.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009


I woke up this morning (de de derrrrr de de)
and thought this world was shit (de de derrrrr de de)
so I asked myself (de de derrrrr de de)
"what are you gonna do about it?" (de de derrrrr de de)

so I wrote a letter
to our glorious and 100% trustworthy Bilderberg Prime Minister
asking him why it is so
and I'm just about to post it

I'm gonna tell him
I've got the Gordon Brown blues
I may soon be jobless and homeless
But for now I’ve got holes in my shoes

I want to know
why he bailed out the bankers
without asking any questions
of the selfish, greedy, inconsiderate, reckless, gambling wa…

There’ll be no economic growth
for years to come
but I’ll have to pay plenty more taxes
to pay for the bailout sum

How I’m gonna pay ‘em
I really don’t know
I’m already up to my eyeballs
with the debts I owe

I can’t claim expenses
for a bath plug and porn
while I claim rent
for staying at my sister’s home

He’d better give me some answers
that are clear and true
Coz I don’t like
having the Gordon Brown blues

Tuesday, April 07, 2009


Tony Blair is prepared to ditch the most important job on the planet, that of working towards peace in the Middle East (but his response to the slaughter in Gaza in the New Year betrayed his contempt for the idea of peace in the region), in order to become President of the ever-expanding EU.

Which is the cheeziest joke?


That self-confessed Bilderberg Nazi George Soros, who somehow managed to make a billion from destroying the pound sterling and lived to tell the tale, is always in the news recently.

Everytime I read the internet he's had a comment published here, or an article there.

The Guardian.

You name it. He's in there, spouting his own brand of Nazism and warning of this, that and the other if we don't do as he suggests.

It's as if he is working for someone and is being given unlimited access to the media to further their agenda, which is;
world currency
drug legalization
euthanasia via assisted suicide

Monday, April 06, 2009


The IMF, recently empowered at the G20 summit in London last week, has suggested that Eastern and Central European countries who have not yet adopted the Euro do so, and without obeying the strict entry rules giving them no representation on the ECB power structure and thus little say in European monetary policy! This is basically Euroization by stealth, and is a very cheeky suggestion.



IMF urges eastern EU to adopt euro

By Stefan Wagstyl, Eastern Europe Editor

Published: April 5 2009 22:04 | Last updated: April 5 2009 22:04

Crisis-hit European Union states in central and eastern Europe should consider scrapping their currencies in favour of the euro even without formally joining the eurozone, according to the International Monetary Fund.

The eurozone could relax its entry rules so countries could join as quasi-members, without European Central Bank board seats, says the fund.

Sunday, April 05, 2009


Then write to the Parliamentary Comissioner for Standards and ask him to demand that in the name of openness and integrity that any MP invited to attend Bilderberg register that interest immediately upon that MP being invited and accepting.

The four week rule allows them to get out of registering their attendance until weeks after the meeting.

Demand that the traitors, to both the human race and the kingdom, tell us where and when the meeting will be held, not was held.

PS why do Bilderbergers pay their travel expenses, amounting to hundreds of pounds, if they don't expect to get anything out of it?


Last year I identified a massive, no astronomical, loophoole in the law that implied that the vast majority of financial contracts between a financial institution regulated by the FSA and a borrower in which that financial institution loaned "money" to a borrower were null and void.

Something told me to wait before I proved this in a court of law.

I'm glad I did.

The information that has reached the public arena in the last year relating to the mega-trillion bailout or so is astonishing, and I doubt if I could have
1. uncovered,
2. imagined

the greed, the fraud, the manipulation, the, for want of a better word, fascism, no satanism, that has taken place.

I now have a much better idea of who to question and what questions to ask.

The George Washington Blog has been very useful and informative, as has the Lyndon Larouche Political Action Commitee website.

I know that arguing we owe sweet FA will lead to the financial institutions bringing out the big lawyers and the media to their aid, but as someone allegedly said, "Give me liberty, or give me death."

I will not be injected with a microchip implant.

I will not be subservient to a cabal of world-warmongering megalomaniacs.


It is painfully obvious that we are being signed over to Europe, whether we like it or not.

And it will soon be painfully obvious that we are also being signed over to a World government, whether we like it or not.

This obviously raises the question, what does the Queen think about all this?

Indeed, does she have a say?


I could, and arguably should, have used a more accurate word than idiot, but the question still remains; are we run by greedy idiots?

1. apparently nobody saw the current financial crisis coming, despite THREE regulatory bodies, HM Treasury, The Bank of England and the FSA, and a glorious and 100% trustworthy Bilderberg Prime Minister who was Chancellor for TEN years.

2. apparently the economy is in a much worse state than first thought. Again, how can the Treasury and the Bank get it so wrong?

3. apparently Geoff Hoon, who argued strongly for war on Iraq and has been the focus of anger from the military regarding basic supplies, has been claiming left, right and centre for anything and everything to do with accommodation! Yes, he may well have been claiming within the law but he is a controversial MP and erstwhile minister who should understand members etiquette and much deeper than most.

There are two reasons as to why the situation is so;
1. as shown by our glorious and 100% trustworthy Bilderberg Prime Minister, despite many and widely published promises of a referendum on Europe, he shafted us good and proper and signed the Lisbon Treaty with a big, wide grin (I'd love to know what was going through his head when he put pen to paper. Perhaps I should ask NATO) because the whole scam is to sign us over to Europe an then a world government. And one way to make Europe look good is to make our Parliament look bad, and greedy MPs make our Parliament look very, very bad.

2. Public Enemy No. 1 is the banks. We hate them. They know it. Anything will do to take the heat off the banks. Greedy, idiotic MPs will do very nicely, thank you very much.

Saturday, April 04, 2009


You receive a discreet phone call or letter.

You have been invited to attend a meeting of a hundred or so traitors to the human race to discuss how to manipulate the world for the benefit of a handful of evil satanic families. You are told there is little chance of anyone discovering it because the people running the meeting control the global media. Fancy it?

You think, hmmm. Who are these people? So you do some research.


You find that people who attend these meetings either are or go on to become very powerful indeed.

But then you come across Sir Tom McKillop. This time last year he was on the boards of BP and RBS. Now? On the rock n' roll.

One position that these people like to control is Secretary General of NATO. A classic is Luns from the Netherlands. He attended these meetings for 9 years in succession during the 1960's and 1970's, and still attended after becoming SecGen of NATO. But now, their chosen one, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, whose appointment was a foregone conclusion, has been blocked.

And as for this year's meeting remaining a secret? Forget it.

An invitation to Bilderberg used to be a passport to power and success.

But now it is fast becoming a passport to unemployment and failure, as well as a focus for public anger and ridicule.

Friday, April 03, 2009


In an examination 16 out of 30 would be considered a pass.

But when 16 out of the 30 tax havens listed by the OECD that are woefully behind in their promises for more transparency are British, then I think we can all agree, we are proud to be British!

Seven tax havens/territories listed by the OECD which are official British territory are;
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands

And nine of the tax havens listed by the OECD who have Queen Elizabeth II as Monarch and a Sir or Dame as Commissioner or Governor-General or some other title with imperial hangovers are;
Antigua and Barbuda
Cook Islands
St Kitts and Nevis
St Lucia
St Vincent & Grenadines

Most of these havens made commitments to open up their books nearly TEN YEARS AGO!

If they had done so then we would probably not be in the mess we are in now.

So who is to blame?

The source for the OECD list is

Thursday, April 02, 2009


"global solutions to global problems".

"New World Order".

What else will be hearing Brown utter more frequently?

"Yes, you will have that microchip injected into you, or you will be thrown onto the bonfire along with the rest!!".

His one-world treacherous credentials are becoming clearer, day by day by day.


Right up to the last minute The World Development Movement had been allowed to attend the G20.

But for whatever reason they have now been banned.



Number 10 bans World Development Movement from G20 summit at last minute

Minutes ago, the World Development Movement learnt that its accreditation, as part of the Put People First alliance, to enter the G20 summit has been revoked. The reason is unclear but a member of the accreditation team told the World Development Movement that the decision came after the Foreign and Commonwealth Office had received a note from 'Number 10' to decline the organisation's director, Benedict Southworth's accreditation.

Benedict Southworth, director of the World Development Movement said:

"I am outraged that we have apparently been banned at last minute from attending the G20 summit. We hope it's not what it appears to be – an attempt to stage manage events and prevent voices of dissent and disagreement from being heard.

"The only other government in the world that has banned the World Development Movement from attending a global summit is the Singapore government which has a track record of stifling voices of opposition. A ban that was subsequently overturned after protests from around the world.

"On Saturday, I was part of the Put People First delegation that met with Ed Miliband, Gareth Thomas and Steven Simms at 'Number 11'. On behalf of my members and the people who we work with around the world, I will be demanding to know why this ludicrous decision has been made."


WDM's briefing on what we want from the G20

For creative commons photos from the London march see WDM's page on Flickr

For twitter reports from the g20 conference visit @wdmuk

For more information, please call:

Kate Blagojevic
Press officer, World Development Movement
0207 820 4900/4913, 07711 875 345, Email:


Sir Tom McKillop has resigned from BP.

RBS was one of the few British banks who dabbled in the derivatives gambling.

McKillop was at Bilderberg last year when the bailouts were being planned, and has tried to defend his puppet Sir Fred Goodwin and his astronomical pension.


Sir Tom McKillop heads off the storm by resigning from BP
Patrick Hosking, Financial Editor, and Miles Costello

Sir Tom McKillop, the former chairman of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), yesterday quit the board of BP, the oil giant.

Sir Tom, who chaired RBS in the three years leading up to its collapse, told BP that he wanted to retire and would not stand for re-election. He served on BP's remuneration committee, earning £95,000 last year.

His departure comes amid mounting opposition to his election for a further term. Individual and institutional shareholders threatened to vote against the appointment.

Many small investors in BP, bruised by the implosion at RBS, now majority-owned by the taxpayer, had already sent in their votes against him. Leading institutional investors have previously told The Times that they were considering a veto.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009


That is a classic example of the complete contempt in which The City holds us.

These are the people that Rothschild gimp Mandy wants us to respect and hug so they use our bailout money for our benefit and get the economy moving.

Instead of using our bailout money for our benefit they wave tenners, possibly ours and possibly with traces of cocaine snorted in the office bogs, at protestors legally protesting against the total injustice of the bailout and to demand that the ordinary man and woman take precedence instead of the greed of the City.