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New World Order

So, this is the New World Order. What will the next decade look like?

Firstly, we need to realize that there is no turning back; the Ruling Class have bared their fangs, as Mark Ames would say. Things are only going to get worse.

The Chinese have won. Not that “our” elites were ever going to resist. On the contrary, they have been itching to do this for a long time.

Australia has been engaging in low-level persecution (the disabled, unemployed, boat people) for a long time; now we are simply seeing a natural expansion of this. “First they came for the dolies…”

If you think that these people are labouring under a misapprehension, and would stop once they understand what they are doing, then it may be you labouring under a misapprehension. They have been waiting for this moment to strike — they know exactly what they are doing.

Will they start arresting people simply for resisting the NWO, for refusing to be vaccinated? This is where I differ from someone like CJ Hopkins: they will go full sicko mode, if they think they can get away with it. As I said, there is no turning back.

The suggestion of non-violent resistance by Hopkins will also fail, unless the majority (or a very large minority) take up the cause.

What do we do? I’ll leave you to draw your own conclusions.

Vaccine Passports

This post is not a discussion of the morality of COVID vaccine passports — they are clearly immoral. I want to know how such a system could possibly work.

An app for a mobile phone is easy to create, but rather easily subverted. You could simply borrow a vaccinated person’s phone, or find a duplicate on the black market which will no doubt flourish as these policies are implemented. Policing this at large-scale events would also be unwieldy.

Facial recognition technology has been touted, but this also has flaws. Glasses are currently an issue with this technology; and painting your team’s colours on your face (or even sunscreen) may circumvent this.

Thinking this over the other day, I came to a dramatic and disturbing conclusion: By far the best way – and possibly the ONLY way – to implement a vaccine passport system is to place the passport IN THE VACCINES.

There are no doubt many people who have worked this out already. Have those producing vaccines already taken steps in this direction?

Contaminant in Moderna vaccines suspected to be metallic powder

Reuters, 27 August 2021

I can only speculate on this subject. Time will tell what is going on here.

John Bonham: Human Sacrifice?

Led Zeppelin’s Stairway To Heaven is probably the most famous song in rock history, perhaps only rivalled by Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. The song is known for its advocacy of Satanism, especially when played in reverse.

A particularly interesting message from the backward version is this:

Someday… we’ll lose one line up… they’ve gotta leave for Satan

Led Zeppelin did indeed lose one of their line up: John Bonham. Bonham officially died of alcohol poisoning; this occurred in the house of known Satanist, Jimmy Page, nine years after the recording of Stairway To Heaven.

Is this a coincidence? The backmasked lyrics are certainly difficult to decipher — this is my interpretation, and thus highly subjective. If John Bonham died during a botched Satanic ritual, we will probably never know.

CORRECTION: “An inquest into John Bonham’s death was held at East Berkshire coroner’s court on October 18th where it was determined that Bonham had died from inhalation of his own vomit during sleep which led to pulmonary edema. (Pulmonary edema describes fluid accumulation in the lungs, which can cause respiratory failure.) The cause of death was put down as “consumption of alcohol”. A verdict of accidental death was arrived at and recorded.

(correction via > )

There’s A War On For Your Mind

... the paradigm of absolute control,                                                                                    

and that's why we started doing simple things, pointing out that we're meant to be in nature and be                                                                

natural. And this is where we find the source that god made, to transcend the new world order and that's 

why they want to try to keep us out of it.

The above is a quote from Alex Jones, taken from Nick Lutsko’s Alex Jones Rants As An Indie Folk Song (the original title mentioned Bon Iver, who was no doubt aghast at the connection with Jones). It turned out to be one of the most prophetic statements of the modern age.

It would be hyperbole to say that Jones was right about everything; but he foresaw the left/liberal desire to imprison the entire population, which most people missed. He spoke against the nightmarish Islamic invasion of Europe, while the “Left” cheered it on.

What of the modern Left? What remains of it is totally discredited, with Anarchists and “antifascists” suffering the biggest dents to their credibility. These people don’t deserve to be anywhere near power. No sensible person would vote for the ALP again, after they facilitated and encouraged a grotesque attack on workers.

Who stood up? Phil Greaves. Who wrote articles for Infowars? Phil Greaves.

It all makes sense now.

It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll – And I Don’t Like It

I’ve been thinking a bit about the death of Rock, and the inevitable question arises: How much of Ye Olde Rocke (say, pre-1980) actually holds up? I will take a brief look at just a few of the biggest bands of that era, giving my personal untrained opinion.

THE BEATLES: They started out as pop idols, but they were rockers in the second half of their existence, so they have a place here. Were their albums any good? Rubber Soul is dogshit, and the White Album is massively over-rated. Sgt Pepper’s has that great album cover, but is rather weak musically. Their best effort was Magical Mystery Tour, though that is an EP with some ‘greatest hits’ tacked on.

THE ROLLING STONES: Famously spurned by the Grammys for a quarter century (a good sign, if you ask Homer Simpson), I have to say their work still rates — even if the guitar work is a little clunky.

THE WHO: Once acclaimed as the world’s loudest rock band, Daltrey’s lame vocals limited what the band could do. I guess they could say they were good at one thing (being loud).

AEROSMITH: After a solid but unspectacular 1970s, the group gained a second life in the mid-80s. Overall, one of the better rock groups that America has produced, but whether that reputation can be sustained on their pre-1980 work is the real question.

DEEP PURPLE: It’s dated, and a little screamy, but I didn’t mind listening to their stuff again. Not the worst, but not something I want to listen to every day.

BLACK SABBATH: I had a dream about Ozzy Osbourne a few nights back. Not fussed with Sabbath, a pretty ordinary outfit.

MOTORHEAD: Another act hampered by a poor vocalist. Honestly, a random bloke in your local pub could sing better than Lemmy, total shit.

CREAM: Hailed as the first-ever “supergroup,” I genuinely like these guys. Tick.

KISS: An abomination, truly a blight on human civilization. Not only did they make awful music, but Gene Simmons is one of the most repulsive creatures in showbiz.

LED ZEPPELIN: I could never really understand the love for these guys. It’s not terrible, but whenever I hear their stuff, I feel like I should be wearing bell-bottoms. Maybe I should play it backwards.

QUEEN: It’s kitsch and twee, but there’s something joyous about their pomposity. Helped by Freddie’s incredible voice, too. Hated at the time, yet more modern than most 70s bands.

Do the classics really deserve the status of classics? Probably not. But that’s just my opinion.

Who Is Philip Cross?

The identity of notorious Wikipedia editor “Philip Cross” has never been established. Many believe that Oliver Kamm, the liberal British journalist, is Cross. I have another theory.

There are several clues which suggest to me that “Philip Cross” may actually be a former Independent blogger living in Cardiff: Tomos Doran.

The first clue is the sheer number of edits that Cross makes. Some have speculated that Cross may not be a single individual, but a team, given the volume of Cross’s work. Doran is a frantic Twitter user, so much so that he actually superseded the maximum number of tweets permitted in a single day, a provision aimed at bots.

Another clue is Cross’s venomous hatred of the Left, shared by self-described “Centrist” Doran. Cross has edited the page of beady-eyed feminist Caroline Criado Perez, while Doran has praised her work many times. Both Cross and Doran identify as atheists.

On September 20, 2020, Doran became irritated that someone editing Wikipedia had used the term “Irish Holocaust” to describe the Irish Famine of the mid-19th century. Doran asked that someone edit Wikipedia on his behalf, claiming to be unable to do so because he was using a VPN; this seemed odd to me, as it only takes a click to disable VPN. One explanation may be the ban on Cross editing pages related to British politics.

The scale of Cross’s editing requires time, something unlikely for someone in paid employment. Since abandoning a career in journalism, Doran has largely been on State assistance.

George Galloway — a frequent target of Cross — once claimed to have identified Cross, but refused to reveal their name, because the person was mentally ill. Doran has mentioned his mental health problems numerous times on social media: stating his issues with psychiatric medication, his battles with alcohol and drug addiction, and has even claimed to have spent time in a psychiatric hospital.

The case against Doran seems solid, but it’s a big world, and there are many in Britain who share his worldview. If “Philip Cross” is someone other than Tomos Doran, feel free to inform me.

The TV Show That Disappeared

CONTENT WARNING: Sexual references, descriptions of artistic sexual assault.

Back in 2004, I watched a two-part British mini-series on ABC TV. The plot involved “wife-swappers,” also known as “swingers.” A couple move move into a new area (it may have been a cul-de-sac, but I can’t be sure) befriending the series villain, played by Bill Nighy. The couple become immersed in the local swinging scene, whose unofficial leader is Nighy’s character.

Not surprisingly, events take a nasty turn. Nighy’s wife disappears, with Nighy’s character claiming she is overseas. The couple suspect this is untrue, and certain developments (which I cannot recall) suggest that Nighy’s character has killed his wife.

Things reach a head when Nighy’s character takes the couple’s sixteen-year-old daughter hostage. At one point Nighy gropes the breasts of the teenager. I cannot remember the details of the show’s ending.

I found the plot rather weak, but that is not why I’m writing about it. The reason I am is because I can find no trace of this program on the internet. I cannot recall the title of this show, nor remember many of the actors who took part. The only reason I remember Nighy playing the main role is because of that particularly loathsome scene, which made me regret watching it.

Is there anyone out there who can remember the name of this?

Clearing The Air (Part One)

I’ve been getting some hassle on social media from some dorks lately, so I’m going to explain some of my opinions on various issues. There will be multiple posts, but I’m not sure how many.

I guess we’re all a little bit racist — Hulk Hogan

Am I a “Holocaust denier”? The honest answer is “yes.”

Let us stake out the maximalist position of Standard Narrative historians: Five to six million dead, gas chambers, an intention to kill every Jew in Europe (or even the world). Even if you accept this, you still have maybe 10%-12% of the total killed in World War Two, and perhaps 3% of those killed by governments worldwide in the twentieth century. Any sensible person would conclude that this is not “the worst crime in history, or “an attack on god himself,” in the hysterical words of the oafish Abraham Foxman.

There is a rather repugnant inauthenticity to this holocaust religion. Does anyone believe that the tears* wept by Theresa May or Dick Cheney are genuine? I find this whole charade to be grossly insulting. Seeing militarists like Waitman Beorn deflect from their own crimes is repulsive, and I refuse to participate.

Am I antisemitic? The answer is also “yes.”

The awful truth is that I despise the Jewish religion, and its offshoots. I have no time for these people. Homer Simpson once said “I like my beer cold, my TV loud, and my homosexuals flaming.” I like my Jews secular, Commie, and troublesome; throw in some chess-playing autistics and physicists. Everyone else can get fucked.

Some antisemitic or demi-antisemitic folk try to mask their bigotry by becoming Zionists. Former Independent blogger turned internet pervert, Tomos Doran, is a notable example of this. Doran clearly loathes Orthodox Jews, but self-describes as a “friend of the Jews.” Which is the real Tomos Doran?

Perhaps Doran should follow the lead of Keith Kahn-Harris, who has grown (a little) in my respect for embracing some element of personal authenticity. For several years, Kahn-Harris pretended to be a cool, detached analyst of the Labour antisemitism “crisis.” But Kahn-Harris recently jumped off the fence, joining in the Jabotinskyist campaign to remove David Miller from Bristol University. This is a positive development.

I can’t pretend to like religious Jews, or Jewish capitalists (though I have a strange soft spot for George Soros). I have no interest in fetishizing this holocaust; I’m not going to indulge in faux solidarity, and it’s an insult to those people to pretend. I must remain true to myself.

*I don’t know if May or Cheney have actually shed tears over this, so please take this metaphorically.

Lana Del Wagner: A Pop Star Sees The World End (Prelude)

Get Free is the final track from Lana Del Rey’s fifth album, Lust For Life. The song has occultist themes, mentioning Aleister Crowley. It contains these somewhat bombastic lyrics:

This is my commitment

My modern manifesto

I’m doin’ it for all of us

Who never got the chance

For… and for… (Shut up, shut up)

And all my birds of paradise (Shut up, shut up)

Who never got to fly at night (Shut up, shut up)

‘Cause they were caught up in the dance

There’s something quite presumptuous about Del Rey singing this in 2017. Lana had been treading water since her breakthrough second album. She would have to produce an epoch-defining artwork to justify the claim to be “doin’ it for all of us.”

Could she do it?

A Night with Keith Kahn-Harris: The Morning After

I poked my finger into a number of subjects in my most recent post, which I feel need some fleshing out. I have resisted the urge to do similar posts in the past, but the number of subjects touched on in the previous blog entry encouraged my to do this follow-up post.

One image that was burned into my mind as a child is the notorious ‘Grim Reaper bowling alley’ AIDS awareness ad. This was perhaps the most famed ad in Australian television history, shocking an entire nation. The disease was, in its earliest stages, disproportionately affecting homosexual men. But why?

I am not going to lecture or browbeat anyone about any one particular proposition regarding the origins of AIDS. I will note the remarkable temporal and spatial coincidences involved in the emergence of HIV and Koprowskis oral polio vaccine; and the use of high doses of polio vaccine in experimental treatments of herpes in gay men.

Some reading: &

The accusation of “Holocaust denial” (much like “antisemitism”) is thrown around so often these days it has lost much of the edge the accusation had in the post-WW2 years. Anyone campaigning on the Palestinian side, or is disliked by the Jewish Establishment, is likely to have the ANTISEMITE tag pinned to them, with HOLOCAUST DENIER thrown in on the flimsiest pretenses.

This is a situation where the Athenian/Jerusalemite dichotomy is useful. In the Athenian world, History is a never-ending process, incorporating new evidence and opinions. The Jerusalemite version treats history as a dogma of established opinions, with the “correct” view of historical events dispensed by institutional experts (priests) who instruct the lay audience what to think.

The best form of intellectual endeavour may come from a synthesis of these worldviews. Expertise cannot be dispensed with entirely, as there are clear differences in knowledge between people. It’s obvious that if I wanted to know more about the Treaty of Westphalia, for example, even reprehensible characters like Niall Ferguson or Simon Schama are better sources than Someone On The Internet. However, as these two are emotionally attached to British imperialism (Ferguson) and Zionism (Schama), I would ignore their statements on these subjects. This is where Athenian “revisionism” would be preferred, and heterodoxy the ideal.

The Grim Reaper AIDS ad: