Romeo Spy, John Alexander Symonds Code Named SKOT. Control Files, Spooks, Corruption and seduction. #Sedwill, #MI5 #MI6 #SteeleDossier #Skripal #DrDavidKelly #WeaponsofMassSeduction

ROMEO SPY John Alexander Symonds “I'd say: ‘join the KGB and see the world’ - first class. I went to all over the world on these jobs and I had a marvellous time. I stayed in the best hotels, I visited all the best beaches, I've had access to beautiful women, unlimited food, … Continue reading Romeo Spy, John Alexander Symonds Code Named SKOT. Control Files, Spooks, Corruption and seduction. #Sedwill, #MI5 #MI6 #SteeleDossier #Skripal #DrDavidKelly #WeaponsofMassSeduction

Does Left and Right really exist anymore and does it matter?   It’s left, its right, in or out is best, leaves the meat of the whole subject unbothered by any serious questioning. 1. The Military Industrial Complex 2. The Money Power 3. The Corporate revolving door 4. United States Dollar hegemony ( Peanac) 5. Oceana or Eurasia 6. Brave New World for the … Continue reading Does Left and Right really exist anymore and does it matter?

“As X famously observed . . .”,A big tweet from a “twattering” class, Foghorns, Loudhailers, echo chambers and Milkshakes. Rinse and Repeat! Aphorisms, Uk EU Elections 2019 even less relevant than the EU Eu Elections 2019 .

Renault.. Plus ça change, plus ça vende la même chose SEXY FORM TO PROMOTIONATE SELL CARSThe absurdity of a proxy election being analysed; with incomplete data and extrapolated to future events, regarding constitutional matters perhaps even of life and death and war and peace. When the body to which the elected people are to be … Continue reading “As X famously observed . . .”,A big tweet from a “twattering” class, Foghorns, Loudhailers, echo chambers and Milkshakes. Rinse and Repeat! Aphorisms, Uk EU Elections 2019 even less relevant than the EU Eu Elections 2019 .

Two Notes on the Psephology of the Euro-Elections. Sophistry, Psephology, BS and The Euro Elections. #Brinononono #Brexit #WTONow #TurnoutEU2019

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The result?  A third video by DjSadhu that according to Mr. Taylor is “a million times better and has correct physics.”  Mr. Sadhu’s associated blog post to accompany that video is here.  Here’s that video:

Mr. Taylor actually carried on a critical yet positive conversation with Mr. Sadhu – the ultimate intent towards a more accurate model.  He even developed his own version of the helical motion to show DjSadhu the correct motion and inclination:



An Excellent Thread analysing the ins and outs here By a Young Political Scientist at Oxford, definitely a name to watch.


also some collaborations on turnout declarations ahead of the vote.

And then some people have to have a go? see this blog for two ways of making authentic suggestions as opposed to Virtue signalling.


To put it crudely, Bull Shit is Like Farting everybody likes the smell of their own.

Elections Etc

by John Curtice, Patrick English, Stephen Fisher and Eilidh Macfarlane.

Even though the votes have yet to be counted, the Conservatives and Labour already seem to be undertaking their own post-mortems of what promises to be poor results for both of them in the European Parliamentary elections. Within the Conservative party there is a lively debate taking place about whether or not in the wake of the anticipated success of the Brexit Party, Tories could and should embrace at least the possibility of leaving the EU without a deal. Meanwhile, Labour, anticipating perhaps that the party has lost votes to others whom have adopted a clearer position on Brexit, looks as though it is about to consider the possibility of coming out more firmly in favour of some kind of public ballot.

Doubtless, all sides in this debate will look to the pattern of the results on Sunday…

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MAY TO RESIGN ON JUNE 7th: why this gives Nigel Farage an even bigger hill to climb. Coriolanus, Brush Up Your Shakespeare. #EndofMay #OnGoingCoup #EUMilitaryUnification

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@chrisbarclay6296 I agree with your analysis, my only quibble is that whilst Nigel Farage is the Figurehead and opening Bat for the Brexit Party is clearly not Nigel Farage Building it, for that I think one needs to look at the Anglo American Waspish contingent largely prevalent in the Pentagon, I.e The Military Industrial Complex Rater than the State Department and the Langley / NSA crews , that is the Spooks. There is a split in the Oligarchy and Farage and Bojo are in separate factions of the Military Industrial Complex,
Rory Stewart is an interesting Blind side candidate whose dad was Q ( Technical Director of MI6) and Deputy to M. He will be Sedwills guy, Boris clearly will not be and Farage is not either.


Lance De Haven and Charles Pidgen, the next time some intellectual snob dis´s your suggestion that not all that people learn from History Books or NewsPapers is the truth, point them at these two gentlemen.

In Part 1, I contend (using Coriolanus as my mouthpiece) that Keeley and Clarke have failed to show that there is anything intellectually suspect about conspiracy theories per se. Conspiracy theorists need not commit the ‘fundamental attribution error’ there is no reason to suppose that all or most conspiracy theories constitute the cores of degenerating research programs, nor does situationism – a dubious doctrine in itself – lend any support to a systematic skepticism about conspiracy theories. In Part 2. I argue (in propria persona) that the idea that there is something suspect about conspiracy theories is one of the most dangerous and idiotic superstitions to disgrace our political culture.

If the great and powerful had the beneficence and wisdom of Gods, then all this would have been well: if with a greater knowledge of what is good for the people, they had as great a care for their interest as they have themselves, if they were seated above the world, sympathizing with the welfare, but not feeling the passions of men, receiving neither good nor hurt from them, but bestowing their benefits as free gifts on them, they might then rule over them like another Providence. But this is not the case. Coriolanus is unwilling that the senate should show their ‘cares’ for the people, lest their ‘cares’ should be construed into ‘fears’, to the subversion of all due authority; and he is no sooner disappointed in his schemes to deprive the people not only of the cares of the state, but of all power to redress themselves, than Volumnia is made madly to exclaim:

Now the red pestilence strike all trades in Rome,
And occupations perish.

The care of the state cannot, we here see, be safely entrusted to maternal affection, or to the domestic charities of high life. The great have private feelings of their own, to which the interests of humanity and justice must curtsy. Their interests are so far from being the same as those of the community, that they are in direct and necessary opposition to them; their power is at the expense of our weakness; their riches of our poverty; their pride of our degradation; their splendour of our wretchedness; their tyranny of our servitude. If they had the superior knowledge ascribed to them (which they have not) it would only render them so much more formidable; and from Gods would convert them into Devils. The whole dramatic moral of Coriolanus is that those who have little shall have less, and that those who have much shall take all that others have left. :IBID


The Slog


Theresa May’s decision to resign on Friday week is a boost for the Conservative Party. But as new resarch shows all too clearly, Nigel Farage had a better future with her in place. 


It’s official: Theresa May’s epitaph will be a disastrous euro election result.

Because the euroelections do not finish over here until Sunday at 8pm, the UK isn’t allowed to publish either exit polls or real results until 9 pm BST. But there is one interesting poll (fieldwork 16th May) done by Survation, which I find very revealing. I would say that, because it supports my own view.

This is the visual that goes with it:


The questions asked both on the same day were how would respondents vote in the euros and at the next General Election. The differences are startling: while LibDem and UKIP ‘general election’ supporters remain loyal, Tory voters double…but the Brexit Party…

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#150: The management of hardship #WrongKindofGreen #CluelessElites #VotetheRascalsOut #Noneoftheabove

A great article and a very interesting discussion.
Pigou Dalton principle ( ) is very relevant to any discussion on re-distribution, of course, one can delve into Henry George and GK Chesterton and Belloc and the distributive philosophies ( ) also pertaining to interest-free Money. ( )
Tieing the Unit of account to energy is essential Wes Freeberg’s work on this is fascinating.

Also I would also add that #Wrongkindgreen #Greenwashing is a problem with the current big push for the Green New deal.


Surplus Energy Economics


Though just over a month has passed since the previous article (for which apologies), work here hasn’t slackened. Rather, I’ve been concentrating on three issues, all of them important, and all of them topics where a recognition of the energy basis of the economy can supply unique insights.

The first of these is the insanity which says that no amount of financial recklessness is ever going to drive us over a cliff, because creating new money out of thin air is our “get out of gaol free card” in all circumstances.

This isn’t the place for the lengthy explanation of why this won’t work, but the short version is that we’re now trying to do for money what we so nearly did to the banks in 2008.

The second subject is the very real threat posed by environmental degradation, where…

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THE BREXIT BOIL BURSTS: Corbyn pulls out of cross-Party talks, May begs Tories to give her time, Johnson goes for No 10 & Jeremy Hunt sees victory in his grasp

The Slog


Today marks something of a turning point in the ongoing battle to rescue Britain from the multivariate curse of supranational bloc colonialism and ideological blindness.


First up was the latest YouGov voting intention poll – for once, the sort of voter feedback that delivers a clear picture of what’s now coming to pass:


Alright – it might not look clear at first sight, but what the above chart shows is how the UK electorate is gradually retreating into what one might call ‘Opinion Redoubts’.

The Liberal Democrats – being the most unequivocally illiberal and undemocratic Party in favour of ignoring The People – are picking up support from (most probably) quite a few Tory Labour Remainers. The LibDems are now 1 point above Labour.

The Brexit Party (having trounced UKIP) is consolidating its lead (more than twice the votes of any other single Party) but the surge is…

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The Game – Essential knowledge (Melt Fund On IPFS) Monday, 18 May 2015 The Game - Essential knowledge There is one object to the Game - To get Rent! Then become a Master at it, find The Key and get to NextLevel, where life is more valuable than wealth, finally. This is largely achieved by acquiring secure exclusive possession to as … Continue reading The Game – Essential knowledge (Melt Fund On IPFS)