Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Talk Talk - Dum Dum Girl

Stumbled across this the other day and enjoyed it immensely. Photo from above is spontaneous from Saturday night, and no connection to the song. Particularly the woman who is just a friend.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Blaming Socialism for Venezuela's Problems

Venezuelan media Telesur has been scrubbed from Facebook and Search Engines along with Alex Jones. The left will only realise what censorship means when it is aimed at them and it didn't take that long in Venezuela.

While I no longer identify with any (left/right) ideology that doesn't tackle which private families print money and lend to government while charging interest (through taxation), I cannot in good conscience listen to the the capitalist vultures blaming socialism for all of Venezuela's ills.

I have long nuanced positions on public vs private money implementation/investment, and each case is contextual.  I have however been forced to recognise the final outcome of letting groupthink permit a ruling elite to spend their money for them.

That has resulted in the genocide of hundreds of millions in China and USSR and indeed around the world.

Only an unconscionable person would sweep that under the carpet.

Friday, 10 August 2018

Jason Louv // John Dee, Cryptography & Unlocking the Substrate With Enochian Magick

I also recommend THC's interview as he harmlessly punctures a few bubbles along the way.

If this interview were ever aired on Radio 4, the audience would be banging their applause hammers on the tables.

Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Handle With Care

I wonder if any propaganda journalist has studied the QAnon psychological operation as long as some of the autists on 8 Chan?

Monday, 30 July 2018

NXIVM, Stormy Daniels, Eric Schneiderman, Huma Abedin & Anthony Weiner

Consumers of mainstream media narratives will be oblivious to the extraordinary furore kicking off on the internet at the moment.

These are precarious times as the cesspit of Hollywood's obsession with child rape, sex trafficking and so forth is bursting like a fetid boil all over the chans, twitter, youtube etc. although very little on Facebook.

We've seen the misdirection in the past for whistleblowers of the dark side, and the use of honey pots to distract and scoop up additional victims, so while I'm not particularly invested in this video testimony, (I've known for years how it now works) I can share that Ben Szemkus' body language has been analysed and he has also passed a lie detector test.

Update: Troubling Questions about Ben Szemkus.

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Trump's Derangement

The same media that howls at every Trump move will applaud this and the left and the right and QAnon will join in. 

Thursday, 12 July 2018

George Webb Journalism

Extraordinary journalism by George Webb. 

I've been critical of his Zionism but in this presentation it's unavoidable to appreciate his work. 

Nobody comes close.

It does seem that Obama and Strzok have a much deeper connection than reported in the paper of record.

Saturday, 7 July 2018

Daniel Holtzclaw Is Innocent

Listen to "Brian Bates Private Investigator" on Spreaker.

The media never gang up on a cop (unless).

There are numerous recorded examples of extraneous police brutality for which the media said nothing while being full-throated about unrecorded instances of whatever suits them.

Why would the media choose some stories and others not.

Why would the media gang up on this cop?

Use Logic.

All Over The World


Thursday, 5 July 2018

McMartin Preschool Child Sexual Abuse

Listen to "McMartin Preschoo, James Woods, Human Trafficking" on Spreaker.

The McMartin Preschool ritual child sex abuse scandal was buried for the usual reasons of protecting very powerful psychopaths. 

When I heard CW Chanter call it a conspiracy theory, invoking the obnoxious Satanic Panic rebranding by the toxic media, I stopped listening to him.

It is so obvious what took place there, and in the subsequent longest trial in US history involving a massive coverup using all the usual tactics of smearing witnesses, creating fake witnesses and bribing/blackmailing those integral to success of the coverup.

Small children do not contract STDs unless there is abuse.

Colonel Michael Aquino could well be connected, though it's clear he was abusing children at the Presidio Day Care scandal.

Monday, 2 July 2018

Why The Media Can't Prove QAnon Is A Conspiracy Theory

Regime change in Iran sounds exactly like the anti-semitic Zionist-Neocon agenda all over again that has failed in Syria, Libya, Iraq and elsewhere.

I have met Iranians who told me they hate their government. 

It's just not the US Military's problem when we know who were the key players in 9/11 were-not-was, and who dominates US political discourse.

Focus on arresting Hillary and Obama and a few child abusing Luciferians, and then you can use your soft power if you wish in Iran.

I believe QAnon should deliver concrete results at home before aping the toxic AIPAC agenda, that dominates Trump and most QAnontards, who haven't learned that QAnon as fighter-for-the-people is just another Daddy issue for U-mans who haven't learned to grow up themselves, and take responsibility for their beliefs.

The Messiah Complex has been well documented over thousands of years.

That said, I have no doubt that QAnon is connected to the Oval office, militarily or otherwise.

In this respect the media have checkmated themselves in a very unusual endgame.

The more they cry conspiracy, the more stupid they look if not-one reporter will ask Trump what his connection to Q is.

The one thing the media never do, is ask the right question.

But this time they may have no option.

Your move. 

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Sage of Quay & Nick Chylak on The Paul McCartney Conspiracy

Interesting speculation in this conversation, and from time to time, plausible connections on that whole Paul McCartney thing.

Mike Williams is one of the preeminent interviewers of our time. It's very rewarding when someone knows their subject yet graciously gives the floor to new talent/troublemakers.

Intuitively, I feel Young Chylack (Old Nick?) is possibly-maybe or maybe not so possibly on the Aspergers scale. 

Irrespective of that he's not to be taken lightly.

Even if he is carrying Obama's birth certificate.


Sunday, 24 June 2018

Auto Camila Cabello Tune -

It's tough to fully enjoy Autotune as the social engineering/transhumanism dynamics aren't that hard to figure out.... eventually.

That said, I'm only Human.

Friday, 22 June 2018


Port of Southampton - Switzer at Work on Amerika

The information isn't new.

The cadence of Daniel Bentkowski is though. 

This stopped me in my tracks.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

CIA, MKultra & Mormons

Most people are sickened by the views I have when I'm not being charming and amiable. 

However I claim I have studied my subject matter better than most.

Any scepticism can be directed at me (directly or indirectly otherwise).

I can only speak for myself on the topic of Mormon slash CIA links.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Before & After | Mickey Rourke (Photoshoot)

I've enjoyed Mickey Rourke's work. 

Here he looks coked-up & belly full of bravado and a little more beaten up (exiting, not) entering the night club.

But still a party boy after all the excitement.

What do you think?

 I'm receptive to feedback.

Is QAnon Another Regime Change Psyop?

Why doesn't QAnon start with Regime Change at home by arresting the corporate media Zionists, HRC/Hussein and the Child Rape network?

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Pink Gin - Made In The Baltics

Pink Gin - Ocean Village - Southampton

The cult who print money (and lend it to GovCorp for interest), are uninterested in money. They're interested in your mind.

Doesn't mean they don't have style or a wicked sense of humour.

Friday, 8 June 2018

Liz Crokin, Anna Nicole Smith, Jay Z & Kate Spade

Liz Crokin was a succesful journalist until she started reporting about the systemic child abuse/ritual child sacrifice in Hollywood and pretty much every important sphere of influence from the Military to the Vatican.

She gets it wrong sometimes, and doesn't always understand that many claims are a limited hangout to discredit her and others like myself, but her bravery will be remembered far longer than the official media prostitutes who often are so clueless they believe their own ignorance.

Did you see Kate Spade's husband, Andy Spade's instagram account?

It's all there for those familiar with gang signs/symbolism.

Symbolism will be their downfall.

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Jeffrey Epstein & QAnon

I used to say that Jeffrey Epstein was just a Mossad sexual blackmail operation run by a sleazy paedophile billionaire funded by Les Wexner of Victoria's Secret, but that there was no hint of Satanism or ritual abuse.

That was until QAnon dropped crumbs on the subject.

I no longer believe that, and it's only right I document my change of opinion as this blog has always been an ongoing record of my thoughts as I acquire new information.

Five years ago I used to think I was about 70% correct but I now think it's more likely closer to 55%.

Still better averages than the lamestream media.

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Wikileaks & QAnon

Waiting Frith

I'd appreciate any feedback. Thanks. 

Tuesday, 22 May 2018

My Life in Advertising

I donʼt think that this should be a guide towards getting into advertising - if anything it should serve as a how-not-to-do-it with a few nuggets picked up along the way.

As a friend of mine put it some years back when I declared my occupation, ʻoh thatʼs so 80ʼs” and she was right. We were among a handful of people dancing on a catwalk after a fashion show was over (the music still was kicking off) and so I guess the glamour remains in pockets if you keep your eyes peeled. 

Burmese royalty links or so she claimed.

Nevertheless, Iʼve always loved advertising and when a vacancy arose in a small below-the-line agency called Counter Attack in London on the Albert Embankment, South London at the end of the eighties. I not only applied for the administrative role in advertising but was elated to be given a position that exceeded my experience based, I was told, on how I conducted myself at interview stage.

I loved all the people there and it was my first full on taste of people who work within the creative industries. Iʼve been hooked ever since. When the ad business produces superstars they shine greater than any other business Iʼve ever know.

Truly inspirational and clever people to work with.

I was however young enough to subsequently chop around and try a few different opportunities including a spell with a direct-marketing printing outfit in Nottingham where I was a useless sales person in their London office.

However, no incentive could have been greater than to strike out abroad on account of falling in love with a young East German au pair from Leisnig in Germany not that long after the Berlin wall had come down.

I had a fascination with politics and particularly Communism, that in part explains why Iʼm currently inhaling deep lungfuls of power and bureaucracy here in Beijing with a view to getting a grip on global politics for the next twenty or so years. They will be important decades.

My German experience proved to be a pure blend of Victor Hugoʼs Les Miserables (something positive only occurs about 200 pages-in and nothing happy happens until the end) and Franz Kafkaʼs The Transformation.

Itʼs a book in itself, that part of my life and I shall enjoy sharing it as I kept a detailed and extensive journal of that period which never happened again till I took up blogging.

On my return to the UK I had no intention of working, given the weight of events I had experienced during this period which even took me out to the Far East for six months where I learnt Thai and worked for a Direct Marketing company. So, back in England I felt pretty numb about life with no inclination to work for some time, and so I enrolled for a marketing degree at the age of 23. They let me in on account of my advertising and marketing experience (and secondary school qualifications) and I had three wonderful years of doing what came naturally to me.

Studying marketing and design.

My only regret was I probably could have scored a first class degree if I put my mind to it. I was however diligent with the lectures and tutorials which compensated for my refusal to do exam revision, except for one memorable all nighter where an accountancy student took me through profit and loss, cash flow, and financial statements. Amazingly 3 months of lecturing on a subject that bores me to tears was condensed into a night of rough scribbles on paper and I passed with flying colours. Or at least just flying.

As ever with these things some serendipity is needed. Just before I graduated I went to a party and spent a whole night talking to a young woman who later revealed that she was a copywriter from the ad superstars of the day called HHCL and partners - I think she found me interesting as she ignored her partner for the night. I was in awe of a living breathing creative from the agency I most wanted to work at. Yes folks I slept my way to the middle.

Thatʼs categorically not true, but meeting people and being interested in them is a sure fire way of being seen as interesting. So is encouraging gossip like the anecdote above, and so when the opportunity arose to interview with HHCL. I grabbed it and was fortunate enough to have been mentored by one of the intellectually toughest planners I have ever encountered to this day.

It was Mark Piper who memorably gave me his copy of the Koran before it really mattered because he was that kind of guy. A voracious reader and a heavyweight intellect. If you donʼt know the difference between Sunni and Shiite Muslims youʼre probably best off working in a bank or something. Planners are information whores. They suck it in any way they can get it and the best of them know how to process that information into something that matters. Youʼre either into it or not. The rest is down to accumulating experience.

A year later almost to the day I joined Howell Henry, I resigned. I remember it well because I could have stayed on a couple more weeks and secured my annual bonus but I wanted to get as far away from someone as possible. So I jumped on a plane did some interviews, secured a position, and moved back to Thailand, with its welcome tropical heat, the most awesome food, amazing culture not to mention Thailandʼs unique place in the DNA strands of the planet and undeniably the hottest women in the world outside of The Emirates and maybe Estonia.

I decided to accept DDB in Thailandʼs offer, and due to my London experience became one of the few Planning Directors in that part of the world. I had an incredible time sharing what I knew with people who had never even heard of planning. We won business, banged out some ads and life was good. I was 29 years old, earned a comparative fortune and lived like a king. There are few finer buttoned down yet buttoned up feelings in life than waking up knowing that your maid has crisply ironed to perfection every shirt in your wardrobe.

Moving on, about a year and a half after joining, our agency was mandated by New York to merge with a HUGE local agency that I knew I could never join on account of the Managing Director wearing a polyester tie. He wasnʼt trying to be ironic either so I took my severance and had the brilliant good grace to have a couple of clients that wanted to continue working with me. AXA insurance and my best ever client and later close friend VW.

This launched what Iʼve retrospectively called my ʻexecutive freelance careerʼ (thanks Rob) which took me round the world from Europe to Asia. The freedom of working for oneself is great as it allowed me to take some self indulgent yet also enormously rewarding lifestyle decisions like pile the rum and books in equal measure either side of me; shoulder high, and plough through the stuff that I believe has contributed to my intellectual calibre with more validity than any degree ever could. I cherish that more than any 73% increase in year on year sales ad that I was ever involved with. I probably thought I was Hemingway or something.

Iʼm thinking the likelihood of anyone having read this far is very low and highly likely that those same people if they exist are asking, ʻyeah but whatʼs this got to do with me?ʼ is high.

Bear with me.

Towards the end of 1996 I decided to relocate to London and get to know all these amazing people who were sharing their ideas and thinking through blogging. Those people were single handedly responsible for me falling back in love with communication theory, business and creativity all over again. I had been getting more and more stale with the more interesting work projects coming from things like market entry reports for multinationals into India, than cracking out another ad with superlative families, beaming superlative white shiny teeth and all the other things that I have talked about which are directly related to media literacy and is the most important subject to learn about if considering a career outside of the M25. Or rather how to challenge it.

I learnt something else while I was in London and that is the interaction of online and offline which is I believe not only the most critical relationship to be managed outside of the monologue to dialogue shift. Its the reason Iʼve set forth once again to take the next stage of my life here in China. Iʼm not sure if I can handle another winter here but whatever happens Iʼve learnt something important and met the people who matter because despite thinking this would be home for a while I now know I need to tick off a few more boxes before the energy begins to ebb.

Many young people have asked me how I could have led such a wild and exciting life. The truth is that I had the energy to do it when I was younger and was frightened of it all at the time. Now that Iʼm older there is little that fazes me but the energy to relocate once more diminishes with each passing year.

So what are the most important lessons I can share? Well read the 48 laws of power and there you have a comprehensive list of 48 immutable laws I have broken. Donʼt do that please. There is one maxim that is important and will help you in a planning/advertising career more than any abundance of intellect, more than any charisma or creative surplus or rock and roll lifestyle:

Itʼs nice to be important, but itʼs important to be nice.

Lastly if youʼre considering a move into the marketing communications business and you have no regard for the great challenges we face as a planet you will always be restricted by the limitations you have set yourself. Selling stuff is easy. Selling the right stuff the right way takes courage, vision and patience.

I know because Iʼm still waiting.....