Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Fukishima Daiichi - The TRUTH!!

You don't want to see what I can can do with my other fingers

Another Conspiraloon Alliance EXCLUSIVE!!

The real motive for the Fukishimi Daiichi false flag op was to distract the world's attention from the real target of the Zionist New World Order



Saturday, 25 June 2011

No mushrooms were harmed in the production of this song

Following on from an earlier post on the key role played by DMT in elitist ideologies and Alex Jones' claim that the Bible forbids psychoactive substances, there are those who respectfully beg to differ...



If you think you can see mushrooms in any of the above images you are MAD!

One of our Guardians speaks

Ace Reporter Peter Gibbs blows the lid on the real world of journalism...

rest assured, with sleuths like Peter on the case no conspiracy would remain unexposed for long


Oh I do so love charades!!

Support our striking public servants - in fancy dress S1
Location: UK » North East »

When: Thursday 30 June 2011, 10:00am


Where: Sheffield Cathedral, next to tram stop, Sheffield S1

The 30th of June will be an important day in the stuggle for a fairer UK; three quarters of a million workers will be taking strike action. Teachers, lecturers,and benefit office workers will march through Sheffield in opposition to this tory-led government and its damaging policy of cuts. Sheffield Uncut will support our hard working public sector workers with a SECRET target planned. Come dressed as a worker; a nurse, a teacher, a builder, or anything you choose

Thursday, 23 June 2011

A special message to anyone planning industrial action this summer


Something for the little 'uns

Crop Circle Coloring Book

24 spectacular designs for enjoyment and meditation

Crop circles exhibit incredible sacred design and geometrical precision, as you will discover in this coloring book. There have been thousands of reported crop circles in 28 countries worldwide. Although crop circles have been recorded for hundreds of years, there has been a tremendous increase in the phenomenon since the early 1990s, especially in southern England.

Each crop circle diagram in this book is labeled with the date of its initial discovery, location, and type of crop in which it was manifested. This is more than a coloring book. Its an exploration and meditation on crop circle geometry. My hope is that the geometry may inspire you and act as an entry point to your own investigations.

Download Scott's Crop Circle Coloring Book Now!!

Hours, probably stretching into days, of fun for all ages...

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

The Loving Trap

Enjoy this controlled demolition of a patrician bore, one who is strongly against conspiracy theories.

From a dialogue with another absurd chancer, Errol Morris:

ERROL MORRIS: There are those that believe that [the Gulf of Tonkin incident was] part of a conspiracy to escalate the Vietnam War. Here’s a question: are they right? And, in an even more general sense, is history primarily a history of conspiracy? Or is it just a series of blunders, one after the other? Confusions, self-deceptions, idiocies of one kind or another?

ADAM CURTIS: It’s the latter. Where people do set out to have conspiracies, they don’t ever end up like they’re supposed to. History is a series of unintended consequences resulting from confused actions, some of which are committed by people who may think they’re taking part in a conspiracy, but it never works out the way they intended.

Well that's all that history stuff sorted.

All ripped off from Bruce Conner (1933-2008)....with precious little grace

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Lemon entry, my Dear Watson

In spite of the Conspiraloon Alliance's best efforts, the toll taken by Sudden Adult Death Sydrome continues to mount. In an innovative, out of the box investigation of the case of recent SADS victim Gareth Williams, Winter Patriot is channeling the long dead spirit of Sherlock Holmes in the elusive quest for a cure for SADS...


Introducing the surprisingly spacious Nissan Micra...


You can fit a lot more into a Micra than you might think, apparently


Friday, 17 June 2011

Mainstream Conspiraloon #735 - Lord WarWar

Lord Simon Jenkins of WarWar
Proof that mainstream media journalists occasionally notice something.
Why do we still go to war? We seem unable to stop. We find any excuse for this post-imperial fidget and yet we keep getting trapped. Germans do not do it, or Spanish or Swedes. Britain's borders and British people have not been under serious threat for a generation. Yet time and again our leaders crave battle. Why?
It is not democracy that keeps western nations at war, but armies and the interests now massed behind them. The greatest speech about modern defence was made in 1961 by the US president Eisenhower. He was no leftwinger, but a former general and conservative Republican. Looking back over his time in office, his farewell message to America was a simple warning against the "disastrous rise of misplaced power" of a military-industrial complex with "unwarranted influence on government". A burgeoning defence establishment, backed by large corporate interests, would one day employ so many people as to corrupt the political system. (His original draft even referred to a "military-industrial-congressional complex".) This lobby, said Eisenhower, could become so huge as to "endanger our liberties and democratic processes"
The cold war strategist, George Kennan, wrote prophetically: "Were the Soviet Union to sink tomorrow under the waters of the ocean, the American military-industrial complex would have to remain, substantially unchanged, until some other adversary could be invented."

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Orderly Succession

A fine example of non disruptive organisational change.

Al-Qaida gave no details about the selection process for bin Laden's successor, but said that it was the best tribute to the memory of its "martyrs".

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Mainstream Conspiraloons #734 - Greece

Athens, Greece, on the outskirts of a riot, 1500BST:

"...it's not a problem for me and my colleagues to be hounded off demos as "representatives of big capital", "Zionists", "scum and police informers" etc. But to get this reaction from almost every demographic - from balaclava kids to pensioners - should be a warning sign to the policymaking elite. The "mainstream" - whether it's the media, politicians or business people - is beginning to seem illegitimate to large numbers of people.

As one old bloke put it to me, when I said: "Don't you want us to report what's happening to you?" - "No."

He was quite calm and rational as he waved his hand in my face: "It's too late for that."

Donald in Pentagramland

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

The Loyal Opposition

Mr Miliband explains what he's going to do for you

...and he appeared from a pink mist in our hour of need.

In a daring intellectual paradigm shift, Red Ed Miliband expounded his view that the workshy layabouts cluttering our big society are the single most important threat to our way of life.

Not the concentration of financial power, mercantile war or the alarming epidemic of male lesbians.

The unemployed, that's your problem, pal.

The insight,apparently, is that if you humiliate and harrass them enough, then they will all find jobs. Their anguish will transubstantiate into the purest gainful employment.

Bold thinking indeed.

It is this sort of bravery which gains the admiration of the London Guardian, the Policy Exchange Cabal and the dessicated, life hating ascetic Frank Field.

After all, and despite his best efforts, opinion polls are still showing support for his party.

This cannot stand.

If people expect government to work on their behalf, then they are obviously living in the past.

A modern leadership cannot serve two masters.

He must extinguish all hope, to better allow the government's work to mercilessly progress.

Work that he, or someone exactly like him, might someday be permitted to continue.

Watched over by rulers of plutocratic grace.

What a fucking cunt.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Tony G. on Bilder B.

Tony Gosling punishes Bilderberg 2011 armed with nothing more than the power of Pure Intellect...

Apparently, Switzerland is a funny country ...and a bit cold


Friday, 10 June 2011

Charlie Skelton - The Messiah™ Cometh

Friday 3 June 2011
Bilderberg 2011: All aboard the Bilderbus

St Moritz: Preparing to host Bilderberg
St Moritz: Preparing to host Bilderberg. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian
Charlie Skelton: As the Bilderberg conference heads towards Switzerland there's still time to book your seat on a minibus to St Moritz.

Wednesday 8 June 2011
Bilderberg 2011: The polished blue line
Bilderberg 2011
Privates on parade: the Bilderberg security takes position. Photograph: M Petrisch
Charlie Skelton arrives in Switzerland ahead of Bilderberg to find less police but greater cleanliness than usual

Thursday 9 June 2011
Bilderberg 2011: The curtains are drawn
Bilderberg 2011 security fence
The Bilderberg 2011 security fence, or should that be 'a massive white fence of embarrassment'? Photograph: Charlie Skelton
Charlie Skelton wakes to find a security fence blocking his view of the venue, and brings news of the Bilderbus

Friday 10 June 2011
Bilderberg 2011: For he's a jolly good Rockefeller
One of two men arrested in conjunction with a Bilderberg bomb scare
One of two men arrested in conjunction with a Bilderberg bomb scare. Photograph: Quierosaber
Just when you thought the annual four-day Bilderberg conference couldn't get any more exciting, a policeman goes and finds a bomb

10 June 2011
Bilderberg 2011: George Osborne attending as chancellor
British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne
Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images
Charlie Skelton spots some interesting names on the delegate list

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Monday, 6 June 2011

Adam Curtis, close but no cigar

8.5 out of 10 for Adam Curtis and this little gem lodged inside the final episode of All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace.

'Cos Nazis on the Moon. RIP Gil Scott-Heron
Chief Nazi rocket scientist, he say:
“It is commonly believed that man will fly directly from the earth to the moon, but to do this, we would require a vehicle of such gigantic proportions that it would prove an economic impossibility. It would have to develop sufficient speed to penetrate the atmosphere and overcome the earth’s gravity and, having traveled all the way to the moon, it must still have enough fuel to land safely and make the return trip to earth. Furthermore, in order to give the expedition a margin of safety, we would not use one ship alone, but a minimum of three … each rocket ship would be taller than New York’s Empire State Building [almost ¼ mile high] and weigh about ten times the tonnage of the Queen Mary, or some 800,000 tons.”

Wernher von Braun,
the father of the Apollo space program,
writing in Conquest of the Moon.
Which is exactly the sort of thing you get right first time.

Well done Nazi rocket scientists!!!

Pan and Zoom,
On the Moon,
But don't forget the cameraman!!

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Trousers Down

Can they be talking about the same company?

The more we win, the more change we can make. That, too, is part of our culture because we are a company that believes we’re here for something bigger than ourselves. Like our founder Levi Strauss, we apply original, courageous thinking to seemingly intractable problems. From environmental sustainability to ethical product sourcing, we look at the big picture of corporate citizenship, focusing on the toughest, most complex challenges facing our world today.

We have a long and distinguished history of corporate citizenship, including our unwavering commitment to responsible business practices. To ensure we provide our employees with a clear set of standards and guidance for conducting our business with integrity and the highest degree of compliance with the law, we established our Worldwide Code of Business Conduct.

The Global Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy provides additional, specific guidance on two critical sections of the Worldwide Code of Business Conduct – Compliance with Laws, Rules and Regulations and Government Officials.

Must be a different one.

So far, the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission has not done much. Less than 10 percent of the $9 billion pledged by foreign donors has been delivered, and not all of that money has been spent. Other than rebuilding the international airport and clearing the principal urban arteries of rubble, no major infrastructure rebuilding - roads, ports, housing, communications - has begun. According to news reports, of the more than 1,500 U.S. contracts doled out worth $267 million, only 20, worth $4.3 million, have gone to Haitian firms. The rest have gone to U.S. firms, which almost exclusively use U.S. suppliers. Although these foreign contractors employ Haitians, mostly on a cash-for-work basis, the bulk of the money and profits are reinvested in the United States.

Friday, 3 June 2011

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These two lads are terribly worried about conspiracy theories. They have been given space in the august 'Comment Macht Frei' , The London Guardian's well policed protest zone, to air their somewhat irrational fears.
The article is largely a rehash of their recent piece of litter:

'the power of unreason-conspiracy theories, extremism and counter-terrorism'

While the article has the distinct advantage of being mercifully briefer than the original(They refrain from repeating the genuinely sincere opening and closing remarks. These, of course, contain the clarion call of deadbeat academics the world over; that more research is required!) they manage to summarise their main concern. This is as old as their conspiracy theory obsession itself (46 years young!):
  • Conspironauts are psychologically flawed
Conspiracy theories have become an attractive, addictive habit, offering a comforting explanation for an increasingly complex, mysterious world. For those who are distant from the great decisions and the powerful people that shape our lives, there is a mystique that allows little room for coincidence or accident.
  • Conspironauts are intellectually flawed
If, despite all evidence, we start explaining all events by cui bono, the world suddenly becomes perhaps a little darker, a little more treacherous and frankly a lot simpler and straightforward than it ought to be. We often find that the facts are crowbarred into a world view that has little time for things that aren't conspiracies.
This, I think is a little unfair, especially coming from two cunts who, in fifty sparsely worded pages, completely fail to demonstrate that distrust of our complex and less than straight forward institutions is a bad thing, or has anything, beyond their own etiolated imagination, to do with 'extremism' and is in anyway frustrating to 'counter terrorism'.

As they say in the original crap:
While it is not possible to demonstrate direct causal links between conspiracy theories and extremism, our findings suggest that the acceptance of conspiracy theories in contexts of extremism often serves as a ‘radicalizing multiplier’,* which feeds back into the ideologies, internal dynamics and psychological processes of the group.
How they can come to such findings when they admit:
We do not know how many people in the UK actually believe in the conspiracy theories, particularly among minority or disadvantaged communities. Baseline figures of this type would be helpful. Although there is some anecdotal evidence** to suggest a generalised belief in conspiracies may harm trust in government and political engagement, the relationship between belief and action is far fromclear.
escapes me.

But that does not prevent them from proposing a solution to a problem that might not exist.
This, as these two fancy themselves as thinkers, is of course to teach the unfortunate how to think. Specifically, how to think in a way that will repair the:
tears in the social fabric that extremists exploit
I would have thought sorting out the 'tears' so there is nothing for these undefined extremists to exploit would be a better idea. But then who, apart from these earnest authors, cares what I think?

Maybe I should have a go at this critical thinking they are banging on about.

How should I think about their publisher, DEMOS, whose business is apparently:

a think-tank focused on power and politics. Our unique approach challenges the traditional, 'ivory tower' model of policymaking by giving a voice to people and communities, and involving them closely in our research.

Which is a fairly unrevealing description of a parasitical bunch of flim flam artists forcing public and corporate money into its gaping, and supposedly left leaning, yaw.

Anyway, let's start with a few past and present members of their advisory council, how should I think about:

How should I think about its clients?

Bell Pottinger
More government departments than you can shake a stick at.

Would they benefit from a well connected group like DEMOS(Cui Bono? oops)?

How should I think about its usefulness to these clients?

Well the australian cuckoo, Patricia Hewitt (founder of the strangely similar IPPR) said on Channel 4's (another client, but then I don't really believe in monolithic conspiracies,honest) dispatches programme:

“Now the think tank and the seminar route I think is a very good one and will remain a good one and so identifying the right think-tank. Policy Exchange is a good one at the moment, Demos is another good one. And saying ok, does that think tank already have a relationship with Minister X? Can we invite Minister X to give a seminar on this subject? Your client would then sponsor the seminar and you do it via the think-tank. And that’s very useful, because what you get for your sponsorship is basically you sit next to the Minister.”

How should I think about its mysterious genesis?

Jacques and Geoff Mulgan (who would serve as advisor to the extremely right wing prime minister (and now upscale meeter and greeter) Anthony Blair) apparently set it up under the tutelage and inspiration of former Mont Perelin Society vice president Arthur Seldon. Another of hisinterests, the libertarian alliance, described DEMOS as
"a cavalry of Trojan horses within the citadel of leftism. The intellectual agenda is served up in a left wing manner, laced with left wing clichés and verbal gestures, but underneath all the agenda is very nearly identical to that of the Thatcherites."
Seldon's pal, eminence noir and conspiracy activist, Brian Crozier suggested:
The ultimate sophistication of subversion is to take over the government, not by unlawful but by lawful means
I don't think he was talking about getting elected.

So we have a Goldman Sachs/bilderberg general secretary, a creepy parapolitical agitator and a neoliberal ex communist mentored and inspired by an extreme right wing ideologue (whose partners describe the DEMOS project quite frankly as a false flag operation) peddling influence between powerful commercial and political players for their own miserable advancement.

A left wing think tank is definitely an odd place for this lot to hang out, but even ginger nut Danny Alexander, chief secretary to Gideon's glans, is in the mix these days.

I am forced to conclude DEMOS serves as a craven,biddable flunky that will promote the desired policy of its political and corporate paymasters.

I am forced to critically conclude they are all full of shit.

I would say that anyway, but a proper professor (not some soppy 'research associate') wrote:

Instead funding was channelled to think thanks to lobby for policy outcomes. This was part of a major expansion of think tanks across the narrowed political spectrum with Demos, IPPR, the Social Market Foundation and others advocating the business friendly policies favoured by their funders. The think tanks are able to get close to ministers and key figures at party conferences and other events – to act as lobbyists in other words. Any measures to address privileged access and lobbying transparency must include these kinds of policy actors, as well as commercial consultants, in-house lobbyists and campaigning NGOs.

These problems are compounded by issues of privileged access to MPs, ministers and civil servants. We are seeing a complex nexus of relationships fostered by the revolving door in which former politicians like Blair (or Thatcher or Major before him – and last week Patricia Hewitt's consultancy with Boots and advisory work for Cinven ) or civil servants take up lucrative positions with corporations in order to secure business interests. Allied with the revolving door are other symptoms of privileged access such as secondments into and out of the civil service for business people. This can mean that organisations seeking government contracts or market advantage can have someone on the inside taking part in procurement or policy development processes.

If that doesn't sound like conspiracy, even only at a squalid level, it'll do until the real thing comes along.

A laurel and hearty handshake to the good people at:

Pink Industry

* I am afraid I don't understand this concept
** No problem with this one

Thursday, 2 June 2011

I want Britain to be about British

Surprise 'em with a victory cry

Ooops, just realised I missed a fine excuse to link to this a couple of posts back...

but it's all sorted out now


Wednesday, 1 June 2011

The Lizard Kings

The two most powerful creative art forms of our time - Prog Rock and the Works of David Icke - combine to deliver an overwhelming Truth Experience...