by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
Rolling out across the so-called civilised world is a huge blitzkreig machine that’s careering around and is about to crash because those driving it have all the cognitive and emotional intelligence of zombies and are white-knuckling the steering wheel in their rage at their impotence.
Even friends of mine who are not normally aware of underlying agendas are starting to see these divisions of Panzer tanks coming down the road. They are complaining about smart phones, smart tellies, smart houses, smart meters – even wi-fi routers that have to be permanently switched on. One of them said: “Where will it all end? Do they want us all permanently switched on?”. Yes they do, and preferably via sub-dermal computer chips. Already, in Sweden, you can’t be employed by certain companies unless you’ve been injected with one. Continue reading
by Dan Lyman
Judge Andrew Napolitano praised Donald Trump as the first president to challenge the mysterious, controlling ‘deep state’ in the modern American era.
“The deep state has a very wise and shrewd adversary – the man in the Oval Office,” he said. “[It is] the first time in the modern era that the man in the Oval Office has been an adversary of the deep state, rather than a tool of it.” Continue reading
By Jerome R Corsi
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Will this be the final nail in the coffin for the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as “Obamacare?”
Federal court litigation provides evidence the Obama administration illegally diverted taxpayer funds that had not been appropriated by Congress in an unconstitutional scheme to keep Obamacare from imploding. Continue reading
by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
The sudden plummeting from grace of the journalist Milo Yiannopoulos reminds me of the story about Icarus. In the ancient Greek myth, the artisan Daedulus makes wings for his son so that he can fly to the sun. However, the wings were made of wax, and so once Icarus got near to the sun, the wax started melting – and it wasn’t long before his wings disintegrated and he fell to the Earth. Continue reading
by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
On the day that Tony Blair announced that the British people should rise up against Brexit, a new ICM poll for Change Britain confirms his delusion. 68 per cent of voters want the government to “get on with implementing the result of the referendum”, compared to just 15 per cent who disagree. Even more Remain voters (42 per cent) agree with the statement than disagree (33 per cent). Continue reading
Today, at a press conference at the National Press Club, Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro threw out a challenge to all medical researchers. He offered a reward of US $100,000 to any researcher who is able to produce a single study showing that mercury is not harmful to children. He then went on to produce copious research to show that mercury is harmful to children – and said that he hadn’t been able to find a single one with findings to the contrary.
In my opinion, Robert Kennedy Jr who is heading up a commission to investigate vaccines at the request of President Trump is unlikely to be parted from his $100,000 any time soon!
Watch the press conference here:
By Mike Adams
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who has been named to head President Trump’s vaccine safety commission, is joining forces with Robert De Niro to make a big announcement tomorrow about vaccines and mercury.
[Edit added 15th February 2017: to see the result of this announcement, go to Breaking: Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro throw down the gauntlet on vaccines]
According to a media advisory released this morning, the two are planning on announcing “a unique challenge with substantial cash award to the American people and media.”
The event begins at 9:25 am on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. The entire event will also be live streamed from the World Mercury Project’s web site. The World Mercury Project, headed by RFK Jr., “envisions a world where mercury is no longer a threat to the health of our planet and people.” Continue reading
I was struck by Princess Joy Villas’ bravery for not only wearing such a figure-hugging sexy dress for the Grammy Awards, but one that also made her allegiance to Trump clear. I say ‘brave’ because the American singer-songwriter was surrounded by legions of leftie luvvies who all follow Hillary and who seem to believe that having sex with a white male is a crime. Continue reading
If you’re a college student or have a child at college, read this. The unspoken secret in plain sight …
by Jon Rappoport
Here is a staggering statistic from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): “More than 25 percent of college students have been diagnosed or treated by a professional for a mental health condition within the past year.”
Let that sink in. 25 percent.
Colleges are basically clinics. Psychiatric centers.
Colleges have been taken over. A soft coup has occurred, out of view. Continue reading
One of the greatest challenges tht I’ve found in writing my books are the love scenes. They’re not exactly Fifty Shades of Grey – but I do linger on romantic liaisons a little longer than is polite, and so your specs might get a bit steamed up!
But I’ve found it a challenge to my sense of privacy, because you have to write from experience if it’s to ring true. I have to take my courage in both hands, to open up and reveal this secret part of my being to complete strangers. Added to that, there is the complication that these are not love affairs between mere humans on Earth, but beings that inhabit different dimensions. Continue reading
By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
Who trusted God was love indeed
And love Creation’s final law
Tho’ Nature, red in tooth and claw
With ravine, shriek’d against his creed.
Lord Alfred Tennyson’s In Memoriam A.H.H.
This poem is well worth the read, in it entirety, because it shows the false idea that was in full flood in the 19th century of a Nature that is separate from God, and that is ‘shrieking against his creed’.
This cognitive concept, of the divide between God and the creation to the point that they are enemies was seeded during the Orwellian-named “Enlightenment” period that began a century before this poem was published; if was written today, we would call it psychological propaganda. Continue reading