Censorship, Algorithm Machine Learning Fairness The Need for the Grub Street Journals Exegesis Flux Capacitor #GrubStreetJournal #ProjectVeritas



The Grub Street Journal an Antidote to book burning.

Zachary Vorhies is a computer person, I know that because he is a Computer Industry, Silicon Valley insider Whistleblower. First in June with Darth Vader voice disguise and all blacked out, he told of Googles Artificial Intelligence Fairness Algorithms and their Trainers. Then on the 14th of August ( Two Days ago), He stepped out of the Shadow and in an Interview with Project Veritas the Undercover Journalism Platform, by James O’Keefe.

Google “Machine Learning Fairness” Whistleblower Goes Public, says: “burden lifted off of my soul”


The Documents are very interesting sadly the links do not work as they are internal documents linking to an internal database. My Interest was very strong in the story because of what these documents reveal on the nature of the Google Secret Sauce applied for Search rankings in Google, Chrome, and YouTube.

“ Among those documents is a file called “news blacklist site for google now.” The document, according to Vorhies, is a “blacklist,” which restricts certain websites from appearing on news feeds for an Android Google product. The list includes conservative and progressive websites, such as newsbusters.org and mediamatters.org. The document says that some sites are listed with or because of a “high user block rate.”

Twiddler Quick Start

A practice called Twiddling is worthy of a deeper dive

“The way we generally recommend looking at the twiddler operations is
to use twiddler methods and category types to express semantic intent,
rather than focusing on the operational details of what they do and how
they interact. For example, don’t use Boost when what you want is to
demote a result to the second page, and don’t use max_position if
you’ve only determined that a result is better than than the current top
result (if you don’t yet know what Boost or max_position mean, it’s
ok, we’ll explain further down). This is the best way to ensure that your
wins will stay around as new twiddlers and framework changes are


Google Insider Exposes Google Blacklists
Prager Universtity.


Zach Vorhies is a Google Engineer obsessed with making the worlds’ best cycling glove – one that can save your life.
This obsession comes from the personal trauma of witnessing an aftermath of a hit and run, where the victim was his 10 year old neighbor.
“I know how dangerous it is and riding in traffic is often terrifying” says Zach. ”I made these gloves to alleviate my own personal fear of not being seen while riding. Now I’m hooked on my own product so I’ve dedicated my life to bringing this revolution in cycling to the hands of cyclists everywhere.”
The un-redacted version of this video is still on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/re9Xp6cdkro/

Veritas Re-Uploads Google Exposé Taken Down By YouTube Ahead of White House Social Media Summit

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The Story Itself given its rather significant payload is not exactly getting a ton of attention, but it, needless to say, is covered by some of the Banned People in the Google Gulag of Snowflake purity where another “Trump Situation” must be prevented at all costs.



List of Blacklisted sites ( Note there are loads of Torrents sites listed.

Youtube Has Censored My Video About Censorship, Yes Seriously

Tim Pool is mentioned along with Rubin and Prager at , 20.30


they described that they were going to
have more content filtering and right
after that happened a lot of the content
creator started to demonetized on and
videos hard to get D rights I’m talking
about Dave Rubin talking about half a DM
I’m talking about Tim pool and a lot
of the other content creators that
within the YouTube ecosystem just saw
the view counts just go to the floor

Google this particular blacklist is

showing which
new sights aren’t going to show up
underneath the search bar when people
are searching on their Android phones
and what they’re doing is that they’re
saying okay well you know news busters
the Gateway pundits National Enquirer
Media Matters Infowars Infowars they’re
not going to appear you know on their
search results and they’re telling
people that oh they don’t they don’t
have any blacklist this is all done you
know they don’t have any political
ideology they don’t have any political
bias but it’s really clear that they do
and you know if Google wants to have
political bias and they want to say that
they’ve got political bias you know that
is their right as a company but for them
to go under oath and say that these
black lists don’t exist
well employees like me are able to just
search through the internal search
engine of the company and see that they
do is is is is super critical


▪ Zackees
6 yrs 2 mos
▪ Chairman of the Board
Aug 2013 – Present
6 yrs 1 mo
Bringing a new product to market and everything that entails, build, user experience, packaging design, video production, marketing, PR.
▪ Founder
Jul 2013 – Present
6 yrs 2 mos
San Francisco
Supplier relationships, researching new product ideas, marketing campaigns, business operations.

▪ Senior Software Engineer
Aug 2016 – Jun 2019
2 yrs 11 mos
901 Cheery Ave, San Bruno, CA
On the front lines of scaling the Youtube embedded app into billions of homes.
▪ Senior Software Consultant
Feb 2015 – Jul 2015
6 mos
San Francisco, CA
If Facebook and Google Maps had a baby, this would be it.
▪ Software Engineer
Feb 2008 – Jul 2013
5 yrs 6 mos
Don’t be evil
▪ AI Engineer
Dec 2006 – Nov 2007
1 yr
Telling the Story in the digital age
▪ Software Engineer
Sep 2005 – Oct 2006
1 yr 2 mos
A fine company to learn from. This company allowed me the experience to pursue my goals in life.

Visionary with experience in Entrepreneurship and Systems Design.

Zackees August 2013 – now

I’m the CEO & Founder of a Fashion Technology company that bears my name.

Our first product was the award-winning “Zackees Turn Signal Gloves” for cycling commuters.
Our second product release is the subject of an upcoming reality tv show (which I’m under contract not to talk about). This new product targets a ~6 billion dollar market in the US alone.


Google 2008 – 2013:

Mobile + Graphics + Core engineer for Google Earth.
=> Collaborated with Audi for the Google Earth as a the most advanced car navigation system in the world: the MMI3G. This collaboration resulted in a $70 million contract between the two companies.

Lucas Arts 2007-2008
=> Game AI for Indiana Jones and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

My educational background is in Computer Science, Mathematics and Psychology.

I’m currently very happily employed and am not interested in your exciting career opportunity (sorry).

Specialties: C++ (language nerd status)
Strong Math skills, experienced in 3D math, math major in College
Socket Programming
Integrating third-party libraries
Custom Profiling tools
Efficient use of OpenGL
scons build tool
The ability to explain what I do to normal people.

Is Bitcoin a Rich-Man’s Trick?
Zachary Vorhies
Recently I learned that Quantum Computers break the algorithm SHA 2^128 times faster than a traditional computer. That’s 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 times faster.

Occult symbology — Rising Phoenix


Check out this Economist Magazine cover from 1998:

Notice the year on the digital coin. 2018. Notice that the symbol in the middle is made up of a zero and one, revealing it’s digital nature.
Notice that the Pheonix is a very important symbol in the occult.
What this picture is saying is that a force is going to crash and burn all the worlds paper currency (hyperinflation?) and then in the ashes of the old system will arise a one-world, unified digital currency system owned by the new world order of the Rising Phoenix. Published in 1998!
So who owns and controls the Economist?


If you can spoof the metadata of protected classes, you will be immune to Project Shield. The predator will not eat bad tasting things.

I am very excited about it; I have been working very hard on What a new Publishing Platform on Web 3 looks like and it needs to be something quite New the psycology of surfing the web has been studied extensively this is another good site.



On Tuesday, a woman opened fire with a handgun at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California, injuring three people — one of them critically — and killing herself, police said.
Many employees calmly exited their offices when they heard a fire alarm, not knowing there was an active shooter nearby. Zachary Vorhies, a senior software engineer at YouTube, said he and his coworkers grabbed their stuff and left the building when the alarm went off.
Vorhies jumped on his electric skateboard and headed down a hill. He soon arrived at an internal courtyard, where he saw a man on the ground.
“He had a red spot on his stomach, and he was lying on his back, not moving,” Vorhies, 37, told The New York Times. “I saw the blood soak through the shirt.”

Anna Brees‏ @BreesAnna
A corporate client told me yesterday all TV journalists they meet now use mobile phones. So what is journalism now we all have one? It’s just interpretation and opinion. Anyone with the means to record and publish is now a journalist. That’s why im now teaching….

Quote of the Week: Greta Thunberg claims to be able to “see” carbon dioxide in the air
Anthony Watts / May 2, 2019

At first, I thought this had to be a joke. Then I thought it must be some sort of misinterpretation. Sadly, no.

Greta Thunberg in front of the Swedish parliament in Stockholm, August 2018 – image: Wikipedia



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What follows is akin to when the Main Character Winston in 1984 starts reading a copy of The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism. #MAGA #MEGA #BREXIT #WhyBoris #WhyTrump #WTORulesNow
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Atlantic Charter
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Doublespeak and The New World Order
version 2.0
Richard K. Moore
December 8, 1995

Doublespeak and The New World Order
The New World Order exploits language in precisely the way Orwell
predicted. Words are used to mislead and conceal — not clarify — and
are twisted to designate the opposite of their true meanings. Concepts
are tagged as being “good guys” or “bad guys” by dressing them up in
“white hat” words (like “reform” or “free”) or “black hat” words (like
“bureaucrat” or “marxist”).

Beyond the Media Matrix – B… by VictoriaGilad on Scribd


Doublespeak and The New World Order
version 2.0
Richard K. Moore
December 8, 1995

Doublespeak and The New World Order
The New World Order exploits language in precisely the way Orwell
predicted. Words are used to mislead and conceal — not clarify — and
are twisted to designate the opposite of their true meanings. Concepts
are tagged as being “good guys” or “bad guys” by dressing them up in
“white hat” words (like “reform” or “free”) or “black hat” words (like
“bureaucrat” or “marxist”).


Mind Control and The ‘Conspiracy Theory’ Meme. Echoes of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley. Richard Moore.
rogerglewis Uncategorized March 19, 2019


#MAGA, Trump, #Brexit, Maduro Venezuela, An Egyptian Pharoh. Oliver Cromwell Charles the 1st and One James Harrington, The Republic of Oceana. #GrubStreetJournal

“Talk about cen­tral­i­sa­tion! The credit sys­tem, which has its focus in the so-called national banks and the big money-lenders and usurers sur­round­ing them, con­sti­tutes enor­mous cen­tral­i­sa­tion, and gives this class of par­a­sites the fab­u­lous power, not only to peri­od­i­cally despoil indus­trial cap­i­tal­ists, but also to inter­fere in actual pro­duc­tion in a most dan­ger­ous man­ner— and this gang knows noth­ing about pro­duc­tion and has noth­ing to do with it.” –
See more at: http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/2009/01/31/therovingcavaliersofcredit/#sthash.d4gs1dAX.dpuf
Marx, Cap­i­tal Vol­ume III, Chap­ter 33, The medium of cir­cu­la­tion in the credit sys­tem, pp. 544–45 [Progress Press] – See more at:


Review of a book by Stephen Zarlenga, American Monetary Institute, NY
9:   The Lost Science of Money
— The Mythology of Money — The Story of Power

Early Day Motion 1515
Austin Mitchell MP has been the Vice-President of the CHRISTIAN COUNCIL for MONETARY JUSTICE http://go.to/ccmj for many years and Vice-Chairman of the
FORUM for STABLE CURRENCIES http://www.intraforum.net/money ever since its beginnings in 1998.

Today, his office sends out this Press Release:
Early Day Motion addresses the Creation of Money with Historic Precedence
On June 26th 2002 Austin Mitchell MP tabled Early Day Motion 1515 to propose that the Government creates interest-free money for its investment purposes in addition to allowing banks to continue to issue money as interest-bearing credit.  David Chaytor, Rudi Vis, Alan Simpson and Martin Cator are four more MPs whose signatures indicate knowledge of the issue and support for the reform. http://edm.ais.co.uk/weblink/html/motion.html/ref=1515
As of today, 17 MPs have signed.

I think we have a good selection of topics covered in this issue, and hope you will find something to interest you among them.
On page 45 is a review of Bernard Lietaer’s long-awaited new book, The Future of Money. The book contains a wealth of interesting facts and examples, and thought-provoking ideas and proposals, but I have to disagree with Lietaer’s pessimism concerning the possibility of achieving monetary reform, despite its failure to date. Though he is well informed on the faults of the present global system, in seeking to promote ‘complementary’ currencies as a corrective I believe he underestimates the dire effects of the escalating, legally enforceable debts generated by this system, which cannot be extinguished by any of the complementary systems, and are the prime driving-force for ‘economic growth’ and ‘globalisation’..
On page 44 I reproduce an article originally published in 1984, by the late John Hotson, who became a founder member of COMER. I have just come across the article, and think it worth republishing now because it argues clearly and powerfully for the role of usury—in its historical sense: demanding more in return than is lent—in the dire developments in the modern ‘economy’, especially when applied to the money stock . He makes clear the practical and moral reasons for the practice to be condemned by most religions and philosophers of the past, and in fact the practice of ‘debt forgiveness’ was in place for a couple of millennia BC, to stabilise society.
Though the data Hotson uses relate to Canada, the situation is comparable worldwide, and the intervening time has magnified the problems.
March 2001


Breaking Out of the Invisible Prison
THEORY  •  February 25, 2015  •  John McMurtry
The Ten-Point Global Paradigm Revolution
As we enter 2015, the global corporate system deepens and spreads in its eco-genocidal effects. But the dots are not joined in their common cause across domains. Money-value coordinates like gross domestic product (GDP), commodity productivity and stock market indexes are still adopted as the measures of “economic performance” rather than life capital development which is systemically depredated.
1. The One-Way Eco-Genocidal Trends
Pollution cycles and volumes increase to endanger life systems at all levels, but no global system reduction has been made since the Ozone protocol over 25 years ago.

2. The Moral DNA of the Cancer Stage of Capitalism
Bertrand Russell’s warning here is apposite. “Mathematics may be defined as the subject where we never know what we are talking about, nor whether what we say is true.”

3. Contemporary Economics is a Pseudo-Science
We find here, in fact, the underlying form of a fanatic religion. Supra-human laws dictate commands across peoples, and no deadly consequences diminish certitude in its production of the optimal state for all by the perfect design of the system. With the supreme conceit of a just-so story of dyadic market exchange producing the best of possible worlds multiplied to infinity with no possibility of being wrong, we find the inner logic of the global disorder. It rules as a totalitarian creed blind to all but its own growth free of any life value, standard or regulator.

4. Knowledge Wins in the End, but Not Until It is Known
Behind every step of degeneration lie failures of social knowledge:
(1) failure to diagnose the regulating value mechanism at work;
(2) failure to connect across the domains of life despoliation as predictable from the system’s blind money-demand multiplications;
(3) failure to define or demand any public policies against its despoiling and devouring life support systems with the public increasingly financing the out-of-control feeding cycles;
(4) failure to recognise any life-value principle or ground of the real economy itself.
5. Re-Grounding in Real Capital and Goods, True Supply and Demand
Demand is not need or necessity as in any real economy. It is money demand minted by private banks without the legal tender to back over 97 per cent of it: which is ever more unequally held by those serving no productive function, and which nowhere today stands for any life need whatever.

6. Knowing Good from Bad as the Baseline of Life-Coherent Economics
7. Life Capital Base and Growth as the Real Economy Across Cultures
8. Collective Life Capital the Missing Link across Divisions
9. The Life-and-Death War of the World
10. The Ultimate Choice Space of Humanity


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Robert David Steele is the conceptualizer of integrated election reform (#UNRIG) and the integration of holistic analytics, true cost economics, and Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) such that we can achieve a prosperous world at peace at 10-20% the cost of the failed Western economic model burdened by banks and lawyers.





The World Turned Upside Down
◦ Christopher Hill


Capitalist Dead Horse Flogs 99%
rogerglewis Uncategorized September 23, 2013 31 Minutes
The term Flogging a Dead horse shouldn’t need any introduction. Whether Capitalism is a Golden Goose or a Dead horse may require some further explanation.

Capitalism is a New religion, The Free Market is the New Heaven and a belief in Capitalism is an unquestionable stance. Criticise Capitalism and you are declaring the Earth Flat, the Sun revolves around the Earth and are dangerously out of line.

The Devil’s Kitchen
Making everyone happy is impossible. Pissing them off is a piece of cake. I like cake.
Monday, March 04, 2019
Reforming politics (1): the state of play
Whilst all of politics seems to be devoted to Brexit at the moment, your humble Devil has stated repeatedly (both before and after the vote) that the political and economic landscape of the UK needs massive structural reform.
Our current government structure


Most cursory students of government will understand our current structures rather similar to this diagram:


In the current model:
Everything is a remix (of sockpuppetry)


However, for governments with an internationalist agenda, these reforms also proved fortuitous in other ways.

In we take account of structures outside of the UK, the world works rather more like this:

In this model:
• supranational organisations—such as the United Nations (UN), World Trade Organisation (WTO), World Health Organisation (WHO), and others—make worldwide policies, which are passed down to national
• Charlotte Gore


1. Federated Blogs, some Climate sceptic blogs also follow this model.


Plato’s Cave, Tales from the Libetarian Drive in Cinema.
rogerglewis  Uncategorized   6 Minutes
A discussion I am having on Linked in. at the moment lead me to the idea of plato’s cave as the American drive in Cinema imagine two people each recognising the same film but each being played a different soundtrack based on the same movie giving a completely different perspective take the Music the dialogue the advertisements played in the intermission and so forth. This becomes a modern version of the prisoners reaction to the images flickering on the wall of Plato’s cave.

2. Dialogues, Discussions , Thread Culture Thread ripper??

3. Twitter Discussions,


Spooler Alert, A Twitter Discussion on Money? Will Rogers through to Ariadne here lies the Labyrinth.
rogerglewis Uncategorized May 19, 2018 16 Minutes
Debates and discussions on Essays and Vblog Posts.

LIVE STREAM DIALOGUE WITH JOHN HEARNE. A LIVE STREAMED DIALOGUE ON MONEY, BANKING AND POLITICAL ECONOMY. “TINA” THE VILLAGE BIKE OR TEMPLE WHORE. Running Order. John Bio Introduction. John is the Economics expert and it is His Brilliant Idea. What are his Ism ’s, Ist’s and Ologies? Are you a Monetarist? And what

Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe.

Mashable is the Legacy web apotheosis of the Fully innoculated narrative machine.




A Walk Around The Fringes Of Finance
Much to his chagrin, Grant Williams has reached 30 years in finance.
Over that period, he has held senior positions at a number of investment banks and brokers in locations as diverse as London, Tokyo, New York, Hong Kong, Sydney and Singapore.
Grant is a senior advisor to Matterhorn Asset Management AG in Switzerland, a portfolio and strategy advisor to Vulpes Investment Management in Singapore and also one of the founders of Real Vision Television — an online, on-demand finance channel showcasing the brightest minds in finance.
A regular speaker at investment conferences across the globe, Grant blends history and humour with keen financial insight to produce unique presentations which have been enthusiastically received by audiences everywhere.
From humble beginnings in 2009, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… has grown to become one of the most popular and widely-read financial publications in the world.
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I’m a superstitious man, and if some unlucky accident should befall him — if he should get shot in the head by a police officer, or if he should hang himself in his jail cell, or if he’s struck by a bolt of lightning — then I’m going to blame some of the people in this room.

Vito Corleone, “The Godfather” (1972)


Epsilon Theory In Brief

Daily short-form pieces for those without the time (or attention span) for classic Epsilon Theory notes. Look out for regular features like the subscriber mailbag and guest contributions from within the Epsilon Theory network.

Epsilon Theory In Full

The soul of Epsilon Theory is our long-form content, a library of hundreds of pieces written by Ben, Rusty and others over the course of the last 5+ years. These are the print-and-take-home-for the weekend notes that made Epsilon Theory what it is today.
All Epsilon Theory Content
The soul of Epsilon Theory is our long-form content, a library of hundreds of pieces written by Ben, Rusty and others over the course of the last 5+ years. These are the print-and-take-home-for the weekend notes that made Epsilon Theory what it is today.

We are Second Foundation Partners
October 2, 2018 | Ben Hunt | Comments Off | In Brief
Epsilon Theory began in the spring of 2013 as a series of emails I wrote to myself and a few colleagues, trying to make sense of markets that didn’t make much sense. I decided to post a few of those emails online, and I cobbled together what I grandiosely called a Manifesto, proposing a new way of looking at investing and markets. Or rather, an old way of looking at investing and markets, one focused on behavior and history and strategic interactions, but with new tools, new energy and a new voice.



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And lest you think the Madam was the only one in her operation that ended up in a looks-like-suicide-but-people-don’t-buy-it scenario, her former call girl Brandy Britton met the same fate a year or so earlier, something Palfrey was well aware of,  stating in an interview,  “I don’t want to be like her. I don’t want to end up like her.”
Not clear is whether ABC News still has rights to the famous black book, as reported here in 2007.


Left Hook by Dean Henderson
A Weekly Whack at the Global Oligarchy

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Richie Allen Show: Everything You Thought You Knew Is A Lie
Dean is the author of six books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Stickin’ it to the Matrix, The Federal Reserve Cartel, Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation & Nephilim Crown 5G Apocalypse



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Back to Veritas.



Reddit, Chat Board Style , Old School Internet

[ORIGINAL RESEARCH] The Mountain of Evidence for a Massive International Pedophile Ring Protected by Police and Intelligence Agencies from conspiracy


Evidence of child abuse in majorly influential organisations. from conspiracy


Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch Breeder Farm from conspiracy


Today, people around the world faithfully tune-in to ‘TruNews with Rick Wiles’ every weeknight for news, information, and inspiration that they can’t find anywhere else. Hosted by Web radio pioneer Rick Wiles, TruNews is the cutting-edge Internet-based world newscast that has informed and inspired listeners around the world since 1999. TruNews is the world’s leading news source that reports, analyzes, and comments on global events and trends with a conservative, Christian worldview. We believe Christians need and deserve their own global news network to keep the worldwide Church informed, and to offer Christians a positive alternative to the anti-Christian bigotry of the mainstream media.

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An event at a New York synagogue, in which Jeffrey Epstein‘s lawyer Alan Dershowitz was to defend biblical figures in a mock trial against accusations of “kidnapping and child trafficking,” has, perhaps wisely, been canceled.
He was supposed to be facing off against Chris Christie in the November event. Dershowitz tells Page Six the move “was agreed upon by everybody. It was a question of the subject.” He also said the advertising for the event at Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center — which featured a photo of him next to giant yellow capital letters reading “The charges: kidnapping and child trafficking” — might have been a problem. “The title was so provocative in the wake of Epstein’s suicide,” he told us.





William Benbow (1784-?)
Grand National Holiday,
and Congress of the Productive Classes

Source: William Benbow, GRAND NATIONAL HOLIDAY, AND CONGRESS OF THE PRODUCTIVE CLASSES (1832), published by The Journeyman Press, London, 1977.
Transcribed: by Rob Lucas
Grand National Holiday, and Congress of the Productive Classes is a classic pamphlet of the British left. It was self-published by William Benbow – a publicist and pamphleteer who worked in a coffee house at 205 Fleet Street, London, after apparently having an early career as an unconventional preacher in Manchester. Benbow was an advocate of armed revolutionary insurrection as a means of accomplishing his “national holiday”, and was eventually arrested on 4th August 1839, to be jailed for sixteen months on charges of sedition. Maximilien Rubel, in his “Autopraxis historique du prolétariat”, sees a brilliant but naive prefiguration of various Marxist themes in Benbow’s pamphlet, largely in his emphasis upon the working class as an active social subject. Benbow also writes of a necessary “unity of thought and action”, but here the emphasis is on the unity of the working class in theory and practice, rather than a unity of theory and practice as such.


“Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl…
Behold, the hire of the labourers who have reaped down your fields, which is of you kept back by fraud, crieth; and the cries of them which have reaped are entered into the ears of the Lord of Sabaoth. Ye have condemned and killed the just; and they do not resist you.” JAMES,c.v.
I lay before you a plan of freedom – adopt it, and you rid the world of inequality, misery, and crime. A martyr in your cause, I am become the prophet of your salvation.
A plan of happiness is pointed out and dedicated to you. With it I devote to you my life and body, my soul and blood.
Commercial Coffee House, 205, Fleet-street.
To be first Published on the 21st of January.
Price Two Pence.
This PERIODICAL will be purely Political; it will “speak daggers but use none.”- It will advise the separation of the people from the Aristocracy; each portion of society must shift for itself, until plain dealing is established. The Tribune of the people is the Advocate of the people. The people shall be no longer duped.


The Chartists
The Chartist movement was a spontaneous movement of workers in England – the first appearance of the English working class on the scene of history as a force in its own right. The Charter put forward demands for extension of democracy. While the movement was crushed by police infiltrators and brutal repression, its main aims were eventually achieved.

Grand National Holiday, and Congress of the Productive Classes, 1832.
Minute Book of the London Workingmen’s Association, 18th October 1836.
Autobiography of Thomas Hardy, 1832.
The Barnsley Manifesto June 1838.
The People’s Charter 5 October 1839.
Objects of Democratic Association 1839.
The ‘Plug Plot’ of 1842, Thomas Cooper.
Duncombe’s speech introducing the Charter 2 May 1842.
Marx and Engels on the Chartists


William Benbow (pictured in Punch in 1848) announced the march at a public meeting.
England suffered economic hardship in the years immediately following the Napoleonic Wars, and Lord Liverpool’s government faced growing demands for social, political and economic reform. In the textile towns of the industrial north, wages fell sharply as the factory system developed, and traditional handloom weavers were among the worst affected. The Corn Laws of 1815 onward were intended to protect British agricultural landowners from cheap foreign imports, but their effect was to increase grain prices and decrease supplies, causing hardship among the poor. In 1816 (the “Year without a summer”) severe weather resulted in poor harvests, leading to further food shortages during the winter of 1816–1817. Discontent led to riots, first in some country districts and then in towns and cities, notably the London Spa Fields riots of November–December 1816. A Reform Bill for universal suffrage was drafted, with considerable input from the Northern radicals, and presented to Parliament at the end of January by Thomas Cochrane, but it was rejected on procedural grounds by the House of Commons.[1] After the Prince Regent’s coach was attacked on the way back from Parliament on 28 January 1817, the government embarked on the so-called “Gag Acts”, a number of measures to repress the radicals, including the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act. The rejection of the draft bill, and the increasingly repressive measure, led to a series of events that included the Blanketeers’ march, as the radicals attempted, as Poole puts it: “to appeal in the last resort to the crown over the head of parliament, and to exercise in person the right of petitioning which had been denied them by proxy”.[1]

Samuel Bamford opposed the march, but was arrested in the aftermath
In January and February 1817, various workers’ and deputies’ meetings in Manchester were addressed by the radical orators Samuel Drummond and John Bagguley. A recurring theme of these meetings was the supposed legal right of individuals to address petitions directly to the Crown. Drummond and Bagguley helped plan a march to London to present such a petition, holding meetings along the way and encouraging others to join the demonstration, and these plans were announced by William Benbow at a public meeting in Manchester on 3 March, at which the hope was expressed that the marchers would be 20,000 strong.[1]
Some Lancashire reformers opposed the march and advised their supporters not to take part. Samuel Bamford, a weaver, writer and radical leader from Middleton, had been part of the delegation to London to discuss and forward the abortive Reform Bill.[1] He thought the march ill-planned and unwise, predicting that they would be “denounced as robbers and rebels and the military would be brought to cut them down or take them prisoners”,[2] and expressed his relief that no Middleton people went as marchers. Bamford would later claim that one of the organisers disappeared with the money raised to feed the Blanketeers, leaving them without a means of support on the march.[3]
They were known at the time as Rotundists or Rotundanists. The Rotundists were identified by one historian as the followers of William Lovett.[1] Lovett belonged to the Radical Reform Association which in the summer of 1830 was holding weekly meetings at the Rotunda.[2] Graham Wallas, however, stated that “Rotundanist” was used for the membership of the National Union of the Working Classes (NUWC);[3] the Rotunda was an organising venue for Henry Hetherington and James Watson in running the NUWC.[4]




Political Register
In 1802 William Cobbett started his newspaper, the Political Register. At first Cobbett’s newspaper supported the Tories but he gradually became more radical. By 1806 Cobbett used the newspaper to campaign for parliamentary reform.
William Cobbett was not afraid to criticise the government in the Political Register and in 1809 he attacked the use of German troops to put down a mutiny in Ely. Cobbett was tried and convicted for sedition and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment in Newgate Prison. When Cobbett was released he continued his campaign against newspaper taxes and government attempts to prevent free speech.
By 1815 the tax on newspapers had reached 4d. a copy. As few people could afford to pay 6d. or 7d. for a newspaper, the tax restricted the circulation of most of these journals to people with fairly high incomes. Cobbett was only able to sell just over a thousand copies a week. The following year William Cobbett began publishing it as a pamphlet. Cobbett now sold the Political Register for only 2d. and it soon had a circulation of 40,000.
Cobbett’s journal was the main newspaper read by the working class. This made William Cobbett a dangerous man and in 1817 he heard that the government planned to have him arrested for sedition. Unwilling to spend another period in prison, Cobbett fled to the United States. For two years Cobbett lived on a farm in Long Island but with the help of William Benbow, a friend in London, continued to publish the Political Register.
William Cobbett arrived back in England soon after the Peterloo Massacre. Cobbett joined with other Radicals in his attacks on the government and three times during the next couple of years was charged with libel.
In 1821 William Cobbett started a tour of Britain on horseback. Each evening he recorded his observations on what he had seen and heard that day. This work was published as a series of articles in the Political Register and as a book, Rural Rides, in 1830.
Cobbett continued to publish controversial material in the Political Register and in July, 1831, was charged with seditious libel after writing an article in support of the Captain Swing Riots. Cobbett conducted his own defence and he was so successful that the jury failed to convict him.
Even after his election to the House of Commons in 1832 William Cobbett continued to publish the Political Register. Cobbett wrote his last article for the newspaper on 13th June 1835. Cobbett died five days later on 18th June 1835.


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n September, 1997, Spartacus Educational founder and managing director John Simkin became the first educational publisher in Britain to establish a website that was willing to provide teachers and students with free educational materials.
According to a survey carried out by the Fischer Trust, Spartacus Educational is one of the top three websites used by history teachers and students in Britain (the other two are BBC History and the Public Record Office’s Learning Curve). The Spartacus Educational website currently gets up to 7 million page impressions a month and 3 million unique visitors.
As well as running the Spartacus Educational website John Simkin has also produced material for the Electronic Telegraph, the European Virtual School and the Guardian’s educational website, Learn. He was also a member of the European History E-Learning Project (E-Help), a project to encourage and improve use of ICT and the internet in classrooms across the continent.

EBOOKS !!!!!! Ed NB,.!
We have published six e-books, Charles Dickens: A Biography (October, 2012), First World War Encyclopedia (October, 2012), Assassination of John F. Kennedy Encyclopedia (November, 2012), Gandhi: A Biography (December, 2012), The Spanish Civil War (December, 2012) and The American Civil War (December, 2012). He also contributed an article to the recently published book, Using New Technologies to Enhance Teaching and Learning in History (December, 2012).


In 1984 Simkin established Spartacus Education[2] and in September, 1997 he established the Spartacus Educational website.[4] This is a very valuable read and contains well written, accurate biographies which cite sources well.
Simkin is particularly interested in the role of intelligence agencies in undermining “democracy” in the Western world and the supporting of military dictatorships worldwide.




Political Register

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Title page of Political Register, January 19, 1828 (British Library, London)
The Cobbett’s Weekly Political Register (a.k.a. Political Register) was a weekly London-based[1] newspaper founded by William Cobbett in 1802. It ceased publication in 1836, the year after Cobbett’s death.[2]
Originally propounding Tory views, and costing a shilling, Cobbett changed his editorial line to embrace radicalism, such as advocating widening the suffrage. It had a large circulation for that time of 6,000 copies.[3]
The government was alarmed by its radicalism and tried to prevent mass circulation by adding stamp duty on all newspapers putting them out of reach of all but the wealthiest. From November 1816 Cobbett also published the Register in a cheap 2d. pamphlet, which kept political comment but evaded stamp duty by excising news.[4] The price of the paper gave it the nickname “Tuppenny Trash”,[5] nevertheless it soon gained a circulation of 40,000.[6]
Cobbett began publishing Parliamentary Debates as a supplement to his Political Register in 1802. At the time it was illegal to report the proceeding of Parliament, only its ultimate decisions. He eventually extended his reportage back in time with the Parliamentary History. Cobbett’s reports were printed by Thomas Curson Hansard from 1809. In 1812, with his business suffering, Cobbett sold the Debates section to Hansard.[3]
Historical copies of Cobbett’s Weekly Political Register, dating back to 1802, are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive.[1]




William Benbow

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For the vaudeville entertainer and promoter, see Will Benbow.

William Benbow caricatured in Punch magazine, 1848
William Benbow (1787 – 1864) was a nonconformist preacher, pamphleteer, pornographer and publisher, and a prominent figure of the Reform Movement in Manchester and London.[1] He worked with William Cobbett on the radical newspaper Political Register, and spent time in prison as a consequence of his writing, publishing and campaigning activities. He has been credited with formulating and popularising the idea of a general strike for the purpose of political reform.[2]



The PDR Press is the publishing spin-off project of The Public Domain Review. Since 2014 it has published the annual Selected Essays series, which brings you the very best of our longform pieces in the form of lovingly-produced books, each essay getting a fresh edit and adorned with a whole host of newly sourced imagery. As of early 2016, the PDR Press has also started publishing New Editions, beautifully designed reprints and reworkings of public domain material. See our selection below.


The Poet, the Physician and the Birth of the Modern Vampire
From that famed night of ghost-stories in a Lake Geneva villa in 1816, as well as Frankenstein’s monster, there arose that other great figure of 19th-century gothic fiction – the vampire – a creation of Lord Byron’s personal physician John Polidori. Andrew McConnell Stott explores how a fractious relationship between Polidori and his poet employer lies behind the tale, with Byron himself providing a model for the blood-sucking aristocratic figure of the legend we are familiar with today.


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Readers will know of the evening in 1816, on the shores of Lake Geneva, when a challenge from her husband-to-be and his friend Lord Byron led Mary Shelley (then, Mary Godwin) to create Frankenstein.  What’s less well known is that this same challenge led another guest to create that other great figure of 19th-century gothic fiction – the vampire.
The first fully realized vampire story in English, John William Polidori’s “The Vampyre”… establishes the vampire as we know it via a reimagining of the feral mud-caked creatures of southeastern European legend as the elegant and magnetic denizens of cosmopolitan assemblies and polite drawing rooms.
“The Vampyre” is a product of 1816, the “year without summer,” in which Lord Byron left England in the wake of a disintegrating marriage and rumours of incest, sodomy and madness, to travel to the banks of Lake Geneva and there loiter with Percy and Mary Shelley (then still Mary Godwin). Polidori served as Byron’s traveling physician, and played an active role in the summer’s tensions and rivalries, as well as participating in the famous night of ghost stories that produced Mary Shelley’s “hideous progeny,” Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
Like Frankenstein, “The Vampyre” draws extensively on the mood at Byron’s Villa Diodati. But whereas Mary Shelley incorporated the orchestral thunderstorms that illuminated the lake and the sublime mountain scenery that served as a backdrop to Victor Frankenstein’s struggles, Polidori’s text is woven from the invisible dynamics of the Byron-Shelley circle, and especially the humiliations he suffered at Byron’s hand…
Find the rest of this twisted tale (if not eternal life) at “The Poet, the Physician and the Birth of the Modern Vampire.”
* Bela Lugos


Things as They Are; or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams (1794)
Shelly, Godwin, Byron and Polidori’s Vampyres.


Stevenson believed in Conservatism for most of his life. His cousin and biographer Sir Graham Balfour said that “he probably throughout life would, if compelled to vote, have always supported the Conservative candidate.”[46] In 1866, Stevenson voted for Benjamin Disraeli, future Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, over Thomas Carlyle for the Lord Rectorship of the University of Edinburgh.[47] During his college years, he briefly identified himself as a “red-hot socialist”. He wrote at age 26: “I look back to the time when I was a Socialist with something like regret…. Now I know that in thus turning Conservative with years, I am going through the normal cycle of change and travelling in the common orbit of men’s opinions.”[48]



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There are still unconfirmed rumours that another senior Labour politician is among the suspects. The intelligence officer said that a “rolling” Cabinet committee had been set up to work out how to deal with the potentially ruinous fall-out for both Tony Blair and the government if arrests occur.
Since the September 2002 Operation Ore arrest of Detective Constable Brian Stevens, a key officer in the inquiry into the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, the public have been aware that wanted suspects had downloaded child pornography from a US website called Landslide.
McLachlan, who was one of the main officers on Operation Ore before his retirement last year, said: “Sufficient warnings have been given that if people haven’t got rid of their computers then they are either stupid, don’t believe they’ll be arrested or are so obsessive about their collections that they can’t destroy it. As time goes on, the chances of successful prosecutions will diminish with speed as the information out there must impact on the offenders.”


Child porn arrests ‘too slow’

Sunday Herald, The, Jan 19, 2003 | by Investigation by By Neil Mackay www.sundayherald.com/30813
OPERATION Ore, the police inquiry which plans to arrest a further 7000 men across the UK, in addition to Who guitarist Pete Townshend, for buying child pornography online is set to end in disaster with many suspects walking free.
Detective Chief Inspector Bob McLachlan, former head of Scotland Yard’s paedophile unit, told the Sunday Herald that the lack of urgency in making arrests will lead to suspects destroying evidence of downloading child pornography before they are arrested.
The Sunday Herald has also had confirmed by a very senior source in British intelligence that at least one high-profile former Labour Cabinet minister is among Operation Ore suspects. The Sunday Herald has been given the politician’s name but, for legal reasons, can not identify the person.












he metaphor of language and prison:
“Whorf himself, and some of his followers, have suggested that we live in a kind of intellectual prison, a prison formed by the structural rules of our language.  I am prepared to accept this metaphor, though I have to add to it that it is an odd prison as we are normally unaware of being imprisoned.  We may become aware of it through culture clash. But then, this very awareness allows us to break the prison. If we try hard enough, we can transcend our prison by studying the new language and by comparing it with our own.”
Widening the prison:
“Admittedly, the result will be a new prison.  But it will be a much larger and wider prison.  And again, we will not suffer from it.  Or rather, whenever we do suffer from it, we are free to examine it critically, and thus to break out again into a still wider prison.”
Prisons as Frameworks:
“The prisons are the frameworks.  And those who do not like prisons will be opposed to the myth of the framework.  They will welcome a discussion with a partner who comes from another world, from another framework, for it gives them an opportunity to discover their so far unfelt chains, to break these chains, and thus to transcend themselves.  But this breaking of one’s prison is clearly not a matter of routine: it can only be the result of a critical effort and of a creative effort.”


Representatives from the anti-censorship divisions of these media organizations have set out to increase Internet freedom for people currently living in repressive environments where regimes aim to block access to information and threaten freedom of expression.



A great Job of Self Parody by the establishment Media Google fairness types.

In 2008, we came to the simple realization that authors can better connect with one another and with their readers if they band together. So, we formed a group for Bay Area authors to gather, share ideas, and discuss trends in the new economy.
The group grew rapidly, and within a few years, nearly every best-selling business author in the Bay Area was involved. Out of these informal dinner gatherings grew a community, and out of the community emerged new collaborations and an ever-increasing desire to redefine the future of publishing.
Members of our group played an active role in helping Ed Catmull, the cofounder and president of Pixar Animation, to develop, edit, and disseminate his landmark and best-selling book Creativity, Inc. in 2014.
That same year, the Silicon Guild was established to help other authors and their audiences to connect in new and beneficial ways. In 2015 the Silicon Guild published its first book, Are You Fully Charged? by Tom Rath.
The Guild focuses on developing systems, tools, technologies, and live events to connect authors, leaders, and readers. Along with publishing, the Guild is a convener of thought leadership.
The Silicon Guild maintains one of the leading ecosystems of Silicon Valley thinkers and business leaders and acts a bridge for companies and governments seeking to understand the latest thinking and trends in the new economy.


Thought Leaders, are they the ones that need a Thought Police?




Controlled Opposition, Glossy Anarchy, ROar Magazine and Caution advised “Open Mind” Conference.
123 Carine Hutsebaut 1st April 2017 Paedofilic networks – victims and offenders – Satanism and rituals Carine Hutsebaut is a psychotherapist and criminologist from Belgium. She has attended numerous sessions as a ‘profiler’, worked for more than 30 years as a therapist for violated children and has worked with paedophiles. She has met some of …






Poor Nick Kollerstrom…
5 March 2018
Cross-post from Hope Not Hate


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American Pravda: John McCain, Jeffrey Epstein, and Pizzagate
Our Reigning Political Puppets, Dancing to Invisible Strings


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Learn The SEO Tactics We Teach Our Industry-Leading Clients.
Written by Glen Allsopp on August 14, 2019
I get paid to spend my days reverse-engineering the rankings of the world’s top sites and in the process, regularly discover tactics that I’ve never seen shared before.
(Not because I’m smart, but because I do little else).
Some of my findings, though completely ethical, have literally been blocked not long after I share them in public.
In 2016 I wrote an article on a simple Google search query – which programmers had been using for over a decade – and revealed how incredible it was for finding link building opportunities.
It was quickly shared by some of the biggest names in marketing.


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Who Are We?
The Samizdata people are a bunch of sinister and heavily armed globalist illuminati who seek to infect the entire world with the values of personal liberty and several property. Amongst our many crimes is a sense of humour and the intermittent use of British spelling.

We are also a varied group made up of social individualists, classical liberals, whigs, libertarians, extropians, futurists, ‘Porcupines’, Karl Popper fetishists, recovering neo-conservatives, crazed Ayn Rand worshipers, over-caffeinated Virginia Postrel devotees, witty Frédéric Bastiat wannabes, cypherpunks, minarchists, kritarchists and wild-eyed anarcho-capitalists from Britain, North America, Australia and Europe.

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Why the War on “Conspiracy Theories” Is Bad Public Policy
Why the War on “Conspiracy Theories” Is Bad Public Policy
By Kevin Barrett
Global Research, February 06, 2019
The Unz Review 1 February 2019


Stephen Law
This is the website/blog of Philosopher Stephen Law. Stephen is Reader in philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London, and editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy journal THINK. He has published several books, including The Philosophy Gym, The Complete Philosophy Files, and Believing Bullshit. For school talks and media: stephenlaw4schools.blogspot.co.uk Email: think-AT-royalinstitutephilosophy.org

I was invited by Claire Fox to take part in this event. Here are my introductory remarks. I was alongside, among others, Melanie Phillips, Brendan O’Neill, and Richard Angel (Progress).

You might wonder why I, a philosopher, have been invited on to this panel. I guess the reason is I’m interested in and have published on the ways in which bullshit beliefs – myths and prejudices – can get a grip on public thinking.

I wrote a book called Believing Bullshit – How Not To Fall Into an Intellectual Black Hole which flags up some of the key signs that we are dealing with a with a myth or prejudice rather than rational belief.

So how, in particular do prejudices regarding women, black people, Jews and so on get started?
Well, once it’s been suggested that a certain group have some ‘problem’ – that women have a bad driving problem, say, or Jews have a greed problem, it’s usually not hard to find examples.


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Asian Quotas in the Ivy League? “We See Nothing! Nothing!”
Posted on May 27, 2014 by Ron Unz – 1516 Words
Republished from The Unz Review
Last week I was invited to speak at the annual conference of the Education Writers Association, with the topic of my panel being the perspective of Asian-Americans on Affirmative Action policies in college admissions. Despite having the only white face among the four presenters, I believe my analysis made a useful contribution.




Work In Progress.



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