Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Gary Fisher - Presidio



I accidentally picked up a really sweet bike recently. It's a Gary Fisher Presidio that's been sitting in storage so I picked it up for a song. I'm still not over losing the KLEIN to a stupidly small lock outside the Siam Paragon in Bangkok and then I lost the vintage replica I bought on a mad night out on Sukhumvit Road. Since then I've been borrowing other people's bikes till I bought a cheap bike in Jomtien follow by a Giant Talon which is a terrific bike but I had to let it go after leaving Hong Kong. Fortunately the great Robert Stanley was coincidentally living just across the bay bay from me so he took it off my hands and saved me lugging it back to the UK at a premium.

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Strange isn't it? The name Presidio

Also, it was for a sale literally a few doors up the road from where I am. 

Another piece of synchronicity. 

Anyway it's a real gents bicycle but it rides faster than any bike I've had yet. Like a hot knife through butter with the sweetest Bontrager tires imaginable and comes with a new found love for handlebar gear changes.

Sweet As.

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Hell Or High Water - 2016



I'm not a big fan of robbery movies or even guns in scripts at all. However this movie more than compensates for a fairly pedestrian story with exquisite photography that captures the bigness of Texas.

Jeff Bridges is a poignant addition, playing a role that squeezes a dimension of acting out of him that we haven't seen before, though he's much older and I guess so am I.


"The only way to do that was to keep a shot longer than it could hold and finding something that was almost so banal that you had to wait long enough for what the visual interest would be".

Monday, 21 August 2017

Joseph Atwill & Tim Kelly - Power & Principalities Episode 13




What makes these conversations so special is that unless interviewing a proper scholar like Joseph Atwill, Tim Kelly can sometimes overwhelm the guests with his extensive knowledge and considerable book reading. Here, they both compliment each other and this series of discussions are among the finest on the net at present.

CIA Nazis, Knights of Malta, Vatican II, Lifetime actors, P2 Lodge, Illuminati and the New World Order get a good airing. Tim's riff on Vatican II is particularly impressive and I don't even agree with them both on a lot of narrative frameworks they settle on, as I feel there's a different way to assemble the moving parts. Just my opinion of course.

It's still the dogs bollocks.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Andy Weatherall - Music's Not For Everyone




It's a blessing when great music comes into our lives and elevates the pedestrian to the meaningful. I can barely move on Mixcloud there's so much quality music in my stream.

21 Grams - 2003




21 Grams is a non linear story with a surprise ending. There's something very comforting that the original website for the movie from 2003 is still on the internet. 

Friday, 18 August 2017

The Coal Miners Daughter - 1980




Quality film making. There are so many scenes in this movie that could be in 1990, 1890 and 2019. 

It's a timeless movie in this and many respects.

Sissy Spacek is, as usual, extraordinary.

As an aside Tommy Lee Jones who plays Loretta's husband in the movie, has a Neanderthal brow, supporting the DNA evidence that Homo Sapien both decimated, coexisted and bred with Neanderthals. 

Online I discovered that Spacek expected fellow Texan Tommy Lee Jones to be a good old boy but soon learned he was a sophisticated Harvard graduate. "I can honestly say he's always the smartest person in the room," she wrote in her autobiography. "Tommy Lee had great instincts about the film. ... He elevated my performance in every way."

Thursday, 17 August 2017

CW Chanter on David Wilcock




David Wilcock has the burden of being blessed with considerable intelligence and a seismic ego to go with it. He writes interesting new-age style books, researches in a syncretic manner that joins up very interesting dots, yet is completely unable to see what a bell-end he is. 

David is like Kerry Cassidy. They're the kind of people who have made a robust contribution to the alternative media scene, yet the aching yearning they both have to be recognised by the very same toxic Hollywood they have provided a counterbalance to is self evident any time a whiff of celebrity and stardom has come close to either of them.

Lately David, Kerry and that other wannabe celebrity Jimmy Church, have shredded their reputations by nailing their colours to the mast of some preposterous alien story that has been discredited by pretty much anyone of substance.

CW Chanter makes an amusing presentation on this subject. 

This is a train spotters blog post. It matters to a few hundred people around the world, maybe a few thousand most.




Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Requiem - 2006




I no longer always accept the orthodox psychiatric view of demonic possession and potentially see this (for example) in people throwing women under buses. I'm not saying neurological problems don't exist but I often see a spiritual problem in those often diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar and temporal lobe epilepsy.

I was born in Germany and lived there during the time this movie is set in around 1976. In this respect it was quite a nostalgia trip.

Sandra Huller is once again a great actress who seems to convey a lot while often saying or doing very little. 


Monday, 14 August 2017

The CIA & Charlottesville Nazis



Lee Stranahan was fired by Breitbart for being a proper journalist. Here he outlines the connections between the Ukrainian Nazis that Obama's State Department sponsored, and the psychopath who mowed down a protestor in Charlottesville.

There's always violence around the Extreme Right and Left (Antifa).

They're both manipulated by outside forces and only a shallow fool would think otherwise. This is a must watch presentation for those who are still breastfeeding on mainstream media version of events.

Children of Men - 2006




It's the year 2027. Swarms of illegal migrants are flooding into the UK, and police state Britain with all cops wearing black paratrooper uniforms is tooled-up to the nines.

The fertility rate is non existent so the youngest person is in their 20s. There's sky rocketing autism and government bombs going off everywhere in false flag scenarios to keep the sheep in a constant state of fear.

I was gobsmacked watching this movie which in 2006 was clearly fiction. 

Now? 

Not so much.

Saturday, 12 August 2017

All Or Nothing - Mike Leigh 2002




Ultimately, the story's characters don't mesh together as smoothly as they should. The thin mother of an obese family including an obnoxious son who subsequently has a heart attack, thus pulling the family together, in a way that is mawkish and doesn't feel coherent. 

Individually they all knock out great performances, but the star is Sally Hawkins who easily has that screen-presence that fizzes and crackles. Her latest news article elaborates on her preference for privacy and perhaps that's why I've never come across her before but I'll be looking into her body of work for more gems.

Many describe Mike Leigh's work as bitter sweet, though for my taste it's about quintessentially working class English characters who live somewhat sour lives, punctuated by moments of respite described as sweet. 

It's still great work.

Update: I have come across Sally Hawkins in Blue Jasmine

Friday, 11 August 2017

The Wicker Man (1973)






The Original Wicker Man from 1973 is brimming with the sort of occult and pagan symbolism that many today are much more familiar with. I wonder if the six sided star head chopping reference seen above was used in the 2006 remake?


I notice Jay Dyer has done a review of Radioheads 'Burn The Witch' which is pregnant with Wicker Man symbolism. This is ironic given their recent concert in Tel Aviv where they ignored Apartheid Israel's genocidal segregation of the occupied Palestinians.

Thursday, 10 August 2017

History Doesn't Mind Questions - Propaganda Does




This is an essential podcast between Joseph Atwill and Tim Kelly. One character who always turns up at significant moments in history is CD (Charles Douglas) Jackson or Jacobson as his real name was. This is the guy who presented the human lampshades and shrunken heads at Buchenwald which have gone missing and so can't be verified as props for psychological warfare.

CD Jackson also took care of the Zapruder film for the Life Magazine on behalf of the CIA.

He also interviewed Betty and Barney Hill of early UFO abduction fame, who we now think were part of military experiments.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Was Charles Manson A Programmed Multiple?




A quality presentation from Neil Sanders, apart from his inability to recognise that Andrew Breitbart tweeted about John Podesta's connection to sex trafficking years before the Pizzagate scandal. However, it's fair to say, Pizzagate has a lot of disinfo and deep state media manipulation about it.

One of my more adventurous hypothesis is that I occasionally see tell tale signs of AI or at least ERP-type software-management of critical media situations. We know it was used on 9/11 through PTEC and so we can hypothesize that a sophisticated level of software is used to manage a lot of moving parts, as well as add some level of insanity to the equation such as the so called PizzaGate shooter.

I'm also unclear why there's no mention, in this podcast, that Manson could easily have been a programmed multiple.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Why Does Seymour Hersh Behave Like A Blackmailed Paedophile?



I'm not suggesting Hersh is a child abuser for real. I am saying he peddles a limited hangout narrative that doesn't complete the circle. 

Any influential 9/11 denier is not to be trusted in this respect. 

That includes Noam Chomsky, Julian Assange, Ed Snowden and for sure Seymour Hersh who lost his credibility (and my respect) when his Bin Laden killing story was missing the vital info. 

It was Bin Laden's body double that was killed. Fortunately for us we would not have known it if that helicopter hadn't been downed. That wasn't supposed to happen, though the preposterous notion it had to be blown up confirms what is widely known in many circles.

Hersh is acting in this audio recording. Acting for his life?

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

MIchael Hoffman - The Occult Philosophy



MIchael Hoffman is invariably fearless and scholarly which is a rare combination in academic circles where cowardice is the modus operandi. He was recently interviewed on Truth Jihad Radio to review his latest book The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome.

This presentation above is from 1987 and is a seminal speech on how things really work as best we know. You might find it useful to take notes.