A LIE’S a lie… always was, always is. It doesn’t matter if you hear it every day of your life. Your parents tell you when you’re a child and it sinks deep down past the young uncritical mind into the subconscious. Then your schoolteachers repeat it over and over again. No dissenting voices raised. It […]Read more "Truth and Lies"
HOW did four admittedly talented and good looking English musicians called The Beatles change the world in the 1960s? The answer, I believe, is with a little help from the state’s friends…. The world’s most famous band were supported by an organisation called The Tavistock Institute for Human Relations based in London, which has links […]Read more "Why The Beatles were all over in September 1966……"
HOLD the front page! Sir Cliff Richard has just told the truth. In an interview held shortly after the 77-year-old had just won £210,000 damages from the BBC, he said: “I’d rather 10 guilty people go free – than one innocent person suffer.” That in a nutshell sums up the repercussions of yesterday’s disastrous court […]Read more "Sir Cliff’s moment of truth – the guilty will now walk free…"
BRITAIN’s mainstream media set out a brick-by-brick case for Camilla to become Queen last night. The Real Camilla, billed as an hour-long documentary revealing the private life of the controversial Duchess of Cornwall in her 70th year, quickly turned into a propaganda vehicle to wipe clean the public’s memory of the treacherous, murderous love triangle […]Read more "Camilla a great match, but you can’t airbrush murderous history"
SIR CLIFF Richard has been busy in the High Court seeking compensation for the seemingly heartless way he was treated by the mainstream media. As an officially innocent man – he has never been arrested, charged or convicted of any criminal offence – he will have the sympathies of a good proportion of the nation. […]Read more "Sir Cliff seeks ‘justice’ but is he really an innocent man?"
WHEN Jeremy Corbyn became the surprise leader of the Labour Party in 2015 he promised a ‘different kind of Prime Minister’s Questions’ with ‘less braying and shouting’. But that was scarcely in evidence last week as Corbyn and British Prime Minister Theresa May took part in a hot tempered verbal exchange, mostly over the treatment […]Read more "Ping pong politics reflects our dualistic society"
IMAGINE a man coming home at night after a hard day’s work, slapping his well-worn suit on the dining room table and saying: “That’s it. I’m dead!” It would be crazy, laughable for anyone to think that, minus our clothes, we would cease to exist. Yet that’s like how most people go through their lives […]Read more "We are not our bodies – we live in different dimensions at the same time….."
IT isn’t what happens but whom it happens to that really matters….. The alleged poisoning of Russian double agent Sergei Skripal has been escalated into an international incident that may yet affect the lives of millions of people across the world. Yet the death of 39-year-old Max Spiers in July 2016, also from suspected poisoning, […]Read more "Strange tale of British man who did die from suspected poisoning – and our Government doesn’t want to know!"
WHEN I first saw Ray Wilkins in the flesh playing for Chelsea against my beloved Nottingham Forest in 1977, I thought he was a flash, precocious cockney. One out of three wasn’t bad, I suppose. Red-tinted glasses clouded my view as the richly-talented youngster was the X factor in Chelsea’s 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge. […]Read more "When the ‘beautiful game’ met football – the great, now late, Ray Wilkins….."
I can almost hear the cackle of laughter and, yes, sheer excitement of the British ‘establishment’ when the Russian spy poisoning case came to public attention. ‘We’ve got ‘em now, boys and girls. Start an inquiry, blame the Russians as the public outcry grows, they won’t be able to answer, our allies will support us […]Read more "Russian spy poisoning – a series of pre-planned events but the truth remains unknown……"