TODAY: Cornwall UFO Research Group Conference details – 7th October 2017
Probe International October conference details – 21st/22nd October 2017
The Corbett Report: Episode 321 – Why Big Oil Conquered the World…..
John Pilger: The Rising of Britain’s New Politics…..
Quest for the Invisibles:: Spirit Energy…..
MegalithomaniaUK: Maria Wheatley: Megalithic Power and Serpent Energies…..
Max Igan: Escaping The Smart Grid – A Conversation with the InPower Movement…..
Eugenics by stealth:
The 20th century was the century of oil. From farm to fork, factory to freeway, there is no aspect of our modern life that has not been shaped by the oil industry. But as the “post-carbon” era of the 21st century comes into view, there are those who see this as the end of the oiligarchy. They couldn’t be more wrong. This is the remarkable true story of the world that Big Oil is creating, and how they plan to bring it about.
Episode 321 – Why Big Oil Conquered the World (and the rise of eugenics)
What has changed? Is Corbyn saying Labour will uncouple itself from the US war machine, and the US spying apparatus and US economic blockades that scar humanity?
His shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry, says a Corbyn government “will put human rights back at the heart of Britain’s foreign policy”. But human rights have never been at the heart of British foreign policy – only “interests”, as Lord Palmerston declared in the 19th century: the interests of those at the apex of British society.
Delegates to the recent Labour Party conference in the English seaside town of Brighton seemed not to notice a video playing in the main entrance. The world’s third biggest arms manufacturer, BAE Systems, supplier to Saudi Arabia, was promoting its guns, bombs, missiles, naval ships and fighter aircraft.
It seemed a perfidious symbol of a party in which millions of Britons now invest their political hopes. Once the preserve of Tony Blair, it is now led by Jeremy Corbyn, whose career has been very different and is rare in British establishment politics.
Addressing the Labour conference, the campaigner Naomi Klein described the rise of Corbyn as “part of a global phenomenon. We saw it in Bernie Sanders’ historic campaign in the US primaries, powered by millennials who know that safe centrist politics offers them no kind of safe future.”
In fact, at the end of the US primary elections last year, Sanders led his followers into the arms of Hillary Clinton, a liberal warmonger from a long tradition in the Democratic Party.
The Rising of Britain’s New Politics
In late September 2016 my cat Roy passed away after a long illness. He was only eight and a half years old at the time, but due to ongoing liver problems he had become painfully thin and began to go down hill quite rapidly near the end. He was originally one of my neighbour’s cats, but after they moved away from the area he opted to stay with me, living a semi-feral existence in the small woodland area at the back of my garden. Over the years we became really close and built up a really unique relationship, and although I have had a few cats in my life he was just different in some way, and I felt a special bond and an almost psychic connection with him.