The Great Fire In London

The Great Fire In London

There are lessons here about our lack of resilience. Goodness knows how they would have coped had two such fires started at the same time. As it turned out many of the ambulances weren’t needed, as so few survivors made it out of the building, but they weren’t to know how bad the death toll was going to be.

Comey had to go!

Comey had to go!

Given the close relationship between the FBI and the CIA, it is almost inconceivable that Comey did not know that the CIA had asked GCHQ to tap Donald Trump’s phones after a federal judge threw out the FBI’s wiretap request. If the President has indeed recorded his conversations with ex-Director Comey that would be a neat turning of the tables!

ObamaGATE

ObamaGATE

GCHQ and MI6 are now stirring up fears that Russia could intervene in the next British general election, although they’re not sure why, or on whose side. It’ll be an invasion scare next.

Trump Triumphant

Trump Triumphant

The Inauguration Ceremony Forget the media jibes about the crowd being ‘only’ 900,000, (Editor’s note:  250k actually, confirmed through hotel bookings and transportation usage figures as well) which was probably an underestimate. The ceremony was impressive, not just in itself, but in the very fact that it was taking place at all. We know that […]

More thoughts on UFOs

There is no reliable evidence at all that any UFO ever observed was of alien origin. Leaked ‘Top Secret’ documents from German-controlled administrations like the Eisenhower Administration or German-penetrated agencies like the CIA, come by definition from compromised sources and can largely be discounted.

A Century of Treachery

A Century of Treachery

This month marks the centenary of the disastrous decision to set up the Cabinet Office. Created from the secretariat of the Committee on Imperial Defence, the organisation was the brainchild of the Imperial German Secret Service, specifically its notorious head Max Warburg.

Supreme Folly

Supreme Folly

  You guys aren’t the only ones with a silly supreme court! After four days of turgid arguments, mostly by anti-Brexit lawyers making cheap points in cheap suits, no offense intended, the UK’s new Supreme Court finds itself on trial. The court was a controversial innovation. Replacing the less important judicial functions of the House […]

Life in the Slammer Part Deux

Life in the Slammer Part Deux

Firstly, my condolences to the surviving victims of the terrible warehouse fire in Oakland, and to the relatives of the dead. I am hearing that ATF are on the scene, which is encouraging – obviously arson has to be a possibility. Notice I said “possibility” – I often get misquoted, or accused of making up […]

Life in the Slammer I

Life in the Slammer I

By popular request (well, requests from some readers, anyhow!) I thought I’d talk about my time in the slammer, or, if you would prefer a more formal expression, the hoosegow. It was quite an interesting experience. One reason I haven’t commented on it in detail up until now is that one of my former cellmates […]

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