Thursday, 23 June 2022

Happy Referendum Day 2022!

Today it is six years since the British people did one of the bravest and most decent things they have ever done, vote to leave the European Union. Against the wishes of the entire establishment and pressure from large numbers of our countrymen whose willpower was shackled by Project Fear, we voted Leave. I feel so proud of that! Since then, as I predicted, none of the portents of doom wailed by the Remoaners have come true. All the current problems related to Northern Ireland and fishing etc are acts of sabotage, obstacles created deliberately by Brussels to impede our path to freedom. It will not work. I look forward to celebrating many future Referendum Days in the years to come. This is only the third one post-Brexit. For the first time since that wonderful day, we can see a nation not weighed down by the coronavirus hoax. No doubt the Deep State have a new crisis lined up to replace the old, but all of them so far have backfired; why shouldn't any future ones?
See here for background:

Wednesday, 22 June 2022

More Orator Pages


A few days ago I published two images from the old and shiort-lived CMR magazine The Orator, see: Now I'm pleased to say that I've obtained three more. These include the cover of issue one. The second page includes our radio schedule and the third an article by the late Alex, a wonderful friend of the station.
See here for more information:
And: (coming soon).

Tuesday, 21 June 2022

Bored of The Rings

The image above is a publicity still from Amazon's new upcoming series The Lord of the Rings- The Rings of Power. It shows the character Disa, a dwarf princess from the underground dwarfish city of Khazad-Dum. She will be played by an actress called Sophia Nomvete, one of a number of non-white thespians in this latest Tolkienian prequel. It also features figures from previous films and books in a transformed role. Galadriel is a warrior in armour for example, a feminist icon. I am not the only person who finds this repulsive. Many others do, but few will speak out about it. A huge amount of moral blackmail has been dumped onto us to keep us smiling and pretending not to notice. Those who refuse to be silent, like me, will naturally be accused of racism. If we hate the new LOTR, it must be because we hate black people, full stop. You might argue that Middle Earth is not the real world and its inhabitants are therefore strange creatures so why should they only be portrayed as one race from the real human world? It is because JRR Tolkien was inspired by indigenous northern European mythology when he wrote his fiction; Anglo-Saxon (he was a professor of Old English at Oxford), Celtic, Norse etc; it really is that simple. He intended his works to be a neo-mythology for white British people. To object to having non-white people in the film adaptations is not racist, it is just a desire for authenticity and respect. I'd add that exceptions would be the characters who are obviously meant to be non-white in the story, like the Haradrim. Apart from that it should be white people and only white people, like in Peter Jackson's films. I would say exactly the same thing if somebody remade Zulu and had white people playing the Zulus, in fact I would walk out of such a travesty.
I know very well that almost all old and adored franchises have been infected with wokery. I despise that, see the links below; but with Tolkien it opens a deeper and more painful wound. I've often called Tolkien's oeuvre the keep of the fortress. They can have Star Wars and Doctor Who if they want. That's sad, but we can get over it; but they are NOT having Tolkien! Why has this happened now? It's obvious; Christopher Tolkien is dead. He finally passed away in 2020 at the age of ninety-five. Since his father died in 1973, Christopher has managed the Middle Earth franchise in a loyal and devoted manner which is exactly what his father wanted. He was extremely territorial and defensive when it came to leasing rights. The cultural Marxist vandals have been circling him for a while now like a flock of rainbow striped vultures; and no doubt they gave a great cheer when Christopher drew his last breath, sadly without appointing a trustworthy successor. This video is an excellent analysis of this horrible situation: Carl Benjamin, Sargon of Akkad, has also made a video on this subject that makes an excellent point. The whole purpose of Tolkien is that it allows us to immerse ourselves completely in an imaginary world that was created with the most extraordinary detail and forget the issues of the real world. Political correctness breaks the spell. It drags us back to so-called reality, making us think all the time of issues from the world we left behind for a while, see: The good news is that Amazon's toxic sludge is not canon; it is really just glorified fan fiction. I will not be watching The Lord of the Rings- The Rings of Power. I intend actively to boycott it. It's not that bad. At the end of the day, we still have Tolkien's original books; we have Jackson's magnificent adaptations. They can't take those away from us!
See here for background:

Monday, 20 June 2022

UFO Truth Magazine- Issue 54

UFO Truth Magazine Issue 54 is now available. It can be purchased on this page as a single copy, but please subscribe and save money if you want to read it regularly, see:
Issue 54 includes an article in my column entitled The Dyfed Phenomenon.
Also you will find in Issue 54: A military pilot ordered to fire on a UFO!, policeman sees aliens in a crop circle, black helicopters and much much more.
Also in this HPANWO Show programme I interview the UFO Truth Magazine's editor Gary Heseltine:
See here for details on UFO Truth Magazine Issue 53:

Saturday, 18 June 2022

Bases Conference Promo 2

With just three weeks to go, Miles Johnston has released a second promotional video for the upcoming Bases 2022 International Conference and Workshops. This includes short video intros from some of the speakers including myself.
See here for the video:
The line-up of speakers is as follows, in alphabetical order:
Andrea Foulkes
Ben Emlyn Jones
Bob Brown
Colin Woolford
Gloria Moss
Harry Rhodes
Karen Dodd (co-organizer)
Kerry Cassidy
Kerry Murray
Maria Wheatley
Martin Colborne
Matthew Williams
Michael Shrimpton
Mike Emery
Sandi Adams
Valentina Zharkova

Some of those names will be familiar to you; others are speaking at Bases for the first time. The keynote speaker of the whole conference is Prof. Valentina Zharkova. She is a Ukrainian scientist who is currently a senior lecturer at Northumbria University Newcastle. She will be talking about the sun's energy and its influence on the solar system. Tickets are available here: Hope to see you there!
See here for the first promo:
See here for my interview with Miles on the HPANWO Show:

Wednesday, 15 June 2022

Dover Clown's Day Off

I've recently been in a debate with somebody on the internet (Yes, I know!) about the strange case of the Dover Demon. In this debate I have discovered a perfect example of the "clown's day off" fallacy. The Dover Demon is a strange creature reported by four people in three separate sightings on two nights in April 1977. They took place in the small and isolated town of Dover in Massachusetts USA. The being is described as four legged with very thin legs and prehensile paws on all four limbs. Its head was bulbous and had huge eyes that glowed green or orange. It had no other facial features. Despite its slight similarity to a grey alien, no spacecraft was reported in the vicinity at the time. The fact that it was seen near a river on all three occasions has led some researchers to suggest it might be an aquatic cryptid instead of an extraterrestrial. Or it might possibly be a "puckwudgee", an etheric being from Amerindian folklore. Skeptics mostly claim that the witnesses all saw a foal from a local farm, even though it was the wrong season, or a baby moose, although there are no wild moose in that region. This video is a good summary: However, it was on another more slapdash video that I had the debate. A YouTuber called "Richard Delmuth" wrote a very skeptical comment; which, needless to say, I took him to task for in a reply. He asserts that the witnesses all conspired to hoax their encounters. He is so certain of this that at the end of the comment he puts it: "Case CLOSED: HOAX!" (his emphasis). He correctly points out that all the witnesses were teenagers and attended the same school. No surprise there; Dover is a small place, a village by British standards, and it only has a single school. But then he goes on to add: "I think there are clues in Bartlett's sketch indicating the 'sighting' was a hoax. In the brief written description he provides he stated the skin colour of the thing was of a colour like purple. Curiously, he misspelled a simple word like 'purple' as 'PROPle'; an odd 'mistake' to make for a seventeen year old about to graduate high school!... Was he insinuating by misspelling the word that a PROP or model of the creature thing was used to sketch it from? Both Bartlett and Baxter made well delineated drawings of the thing... Baxter may have made the clay prop/model for them both to draw the images of the thing from." With those words he commits a classic case of the clown's day off fallacy. Source:
I call it the clown's day off fallacy because, theoretically, one could hypothesize that the Loch Ness Monster phenomenon was a total hoax perpetrated by a clown with a day off from the circus. You might ask "What clown? What circus?" but according to the fallacy, the skeptic does not need to answer this. He has made an alternative non-cryptid suggestion, and it doesn't matter how unlikely or absurd the alternative is; in fact it doesn't even matter if there is absolutely zero evidence that it ever occurred. All that matters is that it does not involve dinosaurs in a Scottish lake and therefore it wins by default, according to some principle I fail to understand. When using this fallacy, debunking becomes nothing more than a feat of the imagination. I explain more in my recent talk at SUFON, see the background link below; the relevant part starts around fifty-nine minutes in. Mr Delmuth has no evidence a prop was constructed. All he is going on is Bartlett's typo and the fact that Baxter happens to be an artist. That's a pretty flimsy correlation upon which to build your case; yet Delmuth ends his comment with the absolute certainty that his accusation is correct... I look forward to continuing our wrangle!
See here for background:

Monday, 13 June 2022

The Orator


Ten years ago Critical Mass Radio began and it was the original platform for the HPANWO Show, which today resides on its independent eponymous station, see links column. I am planning a special programme to mark the occasion, see:, and synchronistically at this very moment two images came to my attention, the ones you see above. Along with his radio station, Paul, the producer of CMR, also published an accompanying print journal called The Orator. It only ran for a handful of issues, but a friend of mine still has a copy and took some photographs of the pages. It was something I'd completely forgotten. As you can see one is an article by me, a review of the book AD- After Disclosure by Richard Dolan and Bryce Zabel. This was years before I started writing for other journals, like Neon Nettle and UFO Truth. It's interesting to read the article now, a decade after I penned it. I have changed my mind about the ET Disclosure subject considerably since then, see the background link below. The second image is an article by the Revd. George, host of The Prisoner Show, who sadly died not long after the first CMR conference. It gives me a strange feeling to look at these pictures. So much has happened in the last ten years; and most of it unexpected. What does the decade to come have in store for planet earth and the universe beyond?