Remembering

Remembering my gramp and his brothers who fought at the Somme, Wipers (Ypres), and other horrors.

The Battle of the Somme 1st July 1916:

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We’re ‘ere because we’re ‘ere.

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I watched a very moving World War 1 documentary focussing on the British forces’ Pals’ Brigades, a colossal blunder that decimated towns and villages. (The video has been posted at the end of this article – please watch it when you get there.) – – Of course it was removed from YT. Here’s some pages of other film offerings on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Pals%E2%80%99+Brigades

 

Britain, as well as many other countries, lost the cream of their male genetic pool during this slaughter (World War 11 robbed humanity of most of what was left among the major combatant nations). Only a few countries’ male gene pools were relatively unscathed after these calculated reapings. It is estimated that there were 16 million deaths and 21 million wounded, including millions of women and children – altogether about 6.8 million civilians. Millions and millions of mothers were left widows – and a great percentage of these destitute, or almost, to bring up father-less children until they were old enough to die in the next one.

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Repcon

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Update about new projects, conferences and various Reptilian related topics.

Chris also features in an interview with Ben Emlyn-Jones here:

https://www.spreaker.com/user/benemlynjones/hpanwo-show-180-chris-turner

20th February

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Chris Turner and Daniel Rogerson, the producers of the top-notch revelatory documentary, Don’t Mention the Reptilians, have announced their conference, Repcon, and they’ve kindly asked me to speak at it.

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6th February

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If you believe that psychiatrists are kind people who help you solve personal problems by talking to you, prepare to be surprised. At one time some psychiatrists actually did this. It was called “psychoanalysis” and was quite time consuming and also quite expensive. However, Dr. Peter Breggin [1] notes that all this changed around the time frame of the late 1960’s when the biological model — which is the current model — was introduced. This model asserted that it was useless to talk to patients, because their problems were due to some “chemical imbalance” in their brains, which could only be corrected with drugs.
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6th December

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Investigative journalist Luke Rudkowski shows us how to talk to power and challenge the status quo.
What science-as-we-know-it can learn from the 9/11 truth movement

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3rd December

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The tears of broken stones

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24th November

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The Syrian crisis has just seen a drastic escalation in the potential for what could essentially turn into World War 3 with the NATO bloc engaging in direct military confrontation with the Russian alliance. Only hours ago, Turkey announced that it shot down a Russian jet, a claim confirmed by the Russian government shortly thereafter.
Turkey Shoots Down Russian Jet; Emergency NATO Meeting Called

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