Friday, 24 March 2017

Westminster Attacks

Naturally many people have been asking me to comment on the incident in the heart of London that took place on Wednesday. I made a point of not doing so immediately; not until the initial narrative of the attack had been established and any possible aberrant evidence comes to light as a result. What we've been told: A man called Khalid Masood drove a car along the pavement of Westminster Bridge in London striking multiple pedestrians, including three police officers. One woman jumped off the bridge into the river Thames to escape. She swam to safety. Masood then rammed the railings of the Houses of Parliament and came to a halt. The driver decamped, ran into the forecourt of the Palace and stabbed a policeman to death with a knife. The attack ended when Massood was shot and killed by another policeman. Including the assailant, five people were killed and forty injured. That is the basic outline of the story. It is surprisingly simple. No weapon was involved other than a car and a knife. As soon as the news broke I received this message from a semi-skeptic Facebook friend: "Ben, I'm urging you tonight to please resist the calls of 'false flag'. Please, for me, could you please do that?" I think he means that unconditionally. Therefore no matter how much evidence might emerge that supports this being a false flag, we must still doggedly insist that it is not. Another great example of skeptic anti-logic, see here for details: As it happens, in my opinion, it's still too soon to say for sure. This could be exactly as the mainstream says it is. I know very well real Muslim terrorists do exist; indeed the British government has bred and groomed as many of them as possible in the mega-mosques they've set up and then deliberately stuffed their pulpits with Saudi hate-preachers, see here for details: Then again, there are already anomalies calling the official narrative into question that must be addressed. The CCTV coverage of London is by far the most extensive and intrusive of any city in the world, yet for some reason Westminster Council decided last September to switch of the CCTV for the entire borough "in order to save money". This means that, conveniently and perhaps predictably, there is no CCTV record of the incident. It echoes the death of Diana in Paris, see: The images published by the press are also suspect. There's a strange Jessica Lynch-type story, which Chris Everard has spotted, in which the "heroic MP" Tobias Ellwood battled to save the life of the fallen policeman by giving him first aid while the trained and professional paramedics stood to one side and passively looked on. As you can see, a portable defibrillator, a device that can stimulate your heart to restart once it's stopped, is sitting on the ground in the bottom left of the picture, out of the way and unused; even though Mr Ellwood is clearly carrying out cardio-pulmonary resuscitation on the fallen man, see: It's too soon to be sure either way, but these facts do not lend credibility to the media's assessment. A friend of mine, Dan Allspark, was caught up in the middle of this event and had to take cover inside Westminster Abbey. He has spoken publicly about his experience and at one point saw an injured child, see (About ten minutes in): Luckily he was not harmed by whatever really did go on last Wednesday afternoon. Whatever is real or not real in this horrific situation, all I can do is give my deepest condolences to the loved ones of those who lost their lives; and wish those injured a speedy and complete recovery.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

The Larry Warren Controversy- Part 10

See here for essential background: Tino (Tiberius Kirk) has made a video featuring an interview he did with me giving my side of the story within the Larry Warren controversy and my own experience of being part of it. It's called Truth Rising- Time for Disclosure.

Monday, 20 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on KCOR's Exploring the Bizarre 3

I have been interviewed again on the Exploring the Bizarre show on the KCOR Digital Radio Network with Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz. See (left click to play, right click and select "save as" to download as MP3):
Also see here for an illustrated YouTube version:
My fellow guest was the Rendlesham Forest UFO witness Larry Warren. We discussed the current controversy and the doubts related to his testimony. We also delve into other areas, such as Winston Churchill's interest in UFO's and Britain's real X-Files... and we're not talking about Nick Pope!
See here for my previous appearance on Exploring the Bizarre:

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Dutch Election

Not a lot of people know this, but I am half-Dutch. My mother comes from the Netherlands and only moved to the UK from the age of nineteen; and she stayed for the rest of her life. I have never felt much affinity for the country though, despite spending every school holiday there. This is mostly because I was not close to my maternal grandparents or my aunts, uncles and cousins. Coming from a Catholic Limburger family, I have a large number of Dutch relatives, but these days I hardly ever communicate with them. As a result my Dutch language skills are very rusty. My mum died in 2006, but I wonder what she would have made of the current political landscape in her country. Yesterday there was a general election in which the representatives for the Tweede Kamer, the "Second Room" of government, similar to the British House of Commons, were chosen. The system of legislature in the Netherlands is very different to that in the United Kingdom. Instead of each of the house members representing a constituency, a geographical area of the country, the votes for each candidate are simply divided by 150, the number of seats in the Second Room. There are far more parties in government too. Instead of a single governing party with a majority of seats and an opposition, the aim of the Second Room is to build a consensus. In fact no party in Dutch history has ever achieved the seventy-five seats needed to form a majority government. The members choose the formateur, the prime minister, in a separate vote; whereas in Britain he or she is automatically appointed as a result of being leader of the governing party. So a coalition has to be created between the largest parties; or sometimes a combination of large parties and small ones. The cabinet is appointed in the same way as the prime minister and they can come from any party in the house, not just from the ruling coalition. It's even more complicated than the American system, see links below. The central seat of government is a complex of buildings called the Binnenhof in The Hague, the legislative capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is the official capital and home to the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange; part of the Habsburg Illuminati bloodline.

Dutch politics has shifted considerably in the last few years and this could cause a constitutional crisis. The PVV- Partij voor de Vrijheid, the "Freedom Party" was only founded in 2006 yet in that year it won nine seats in the Second Room. In 2010 it won twenty-four seats making it the biggest single party in the house. It's also the third biggest party in the European Parliament with twenty-six seats. However, in last night's election it only won twenty seats indicating its popularity has slumped. The largest party is now the Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie, the "People's Party for Freedom and Democracy". This is easily enough for it to form a coalition with other willing partners. Its leader Mark Rutte will almost certainly remain the Dutch prime minister. The leader of the PVV is the energetic and charismatic Geert Wilders, who is famous for his thick dyed blond hair, like Donald Trump. Like Trump he is also described as a "populist", a word that has developed a new definition in recent months. It seems to refer to a person who has fewer than normal background and past connections to the political establishment, yet still gains office through independent means, often because of modern social media. The PVV's policies are centre-left on the economy, but very radical right when it comes to immigration, multiculturalism and the European Union. As I've said before, see background links, I oppose all hostility to anybody based on their race or religion, but there's no doubt mass immigration and multiculturalism is being used as a tool to break down Western society. I must be allowed to state this without being accused of racism or any other form of hatred. A lot of what Wilders says in that regard is sensible and progressive. He wishes to withdraw his country from the EU, "Nexit" as it has been dubbed. I'm a hundred percent behind him on this. I also support his immigration moratorium, but I question his level of awareness related to the subject. He insists that Dutch constitutional rights be asserted with their full Christian and humanist values left intact and he has identified the problem of radical Islam which is a part of the European destruction agenda. What he fails to do is address its cause. He doesn't seem to understand that radical Islam is an engineered act of psychological warfare, see background links for more details. Instead he makes the same mistake that the rest of the counter-Jihad do. In his eyes, the active role is being played by the radical Muslims themselves. They are a covert mass movement of conquest, trying to enact the imperatives of the Crusades, taking advantage of white liberal weakness which allows uncontrolled immigration from Muslim lands. This is not what is happening. The radical Muslims are playing a passive role. The government aren't letting them in; they're bringing them in. They know exactly what they're doing and it is for a grand long-term strategy. The EU government are building mega-mosques all over Europe on purpose. The Wahhabist and Salafist hate-preachers from Saudi Arabia are being deliberately installed in Europe to radicalize the immigrant youth. Wilders' failure to address this fact has led him to propose excessive, unjust and destructive measures such as banning the Quran, the forced closure of mosques and taxing women for wearing traditional Muslim dress on public highways. In this way he's similar to the Americans Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller; and like them he staunchly supports Israel, see: Don't they realize the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad are behind a lot of Muslim terror groups, including ISIS? These actions will only alienate moderate Muslims and keep the truth about radicalization buried even deeper. So I have mixed feelings about the outcome of the Dutch election. Despite my desire to see the Netherlands independent of the EU and back in control of its own borders, there's no point if it then proceeds down a path to delusion. I wouldn't want to see innocent Muslims punished for the crimes of the radicalized tendency, not least at the behest of the Zionist demagogue in the Near East which actively carries out said radicalizing and even some of the terrorist attacks. If Wilders had won more seats, and even if he had become once again the biggest party in the Second Room, he would probably still have not become prime minister because the other parties all have said they will not form a coalition with him. This would have led to the constitutional crisis in which the PVV could have become the biggest party facing a coalition of smaller parties united only by their opposition to the PVV. Still, one could argue that that was all Hillary Clinton was.

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 18

I have been interviewed again on the Kev Baker Show (aka MrGlasgowTruther) on Truth Frequency Radio, see here for the podcast:
And here for the illustrated YouTube version:
Subjects discussed include: Disinformation about crop circles, Winston Chruchill and UFO's, the truth about Jack the Ripper and much much more. Kev Baker is unwell at the moment and so Christopher Everard stepped in as a guest host. See here for my previous interview on Chris' show:
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones at Conscious Tribal Gathering 2017

I will be returning this year to the Conscious Tribal Gathering. This is a family-oriented event geared towards spiritual exploration and ethical human community. It is at a campsite and attendees will be best off by bringing a tent or caravan; otherwise there is nearby B&B accommodation. The venue is located at Glyndyfrdwy, a village in the beautiful Dee valley in Northeast Wales. See here for details: and: My talk will be entitled Energy Politics and UFO's. Energy is everything; it is the foundation and structure of civilization. What are the politics of energy? Something far deeper and more complicated than you might think, and believe it or not, it connects to UFO's. Why? The answers... and more questions, will be revealed. This talk will include updates from when I last gave it.

Monday, 13 March 2017

The Larry Warren Controversy- Part 9

Last week Colonel Charles I Halt was featured on the ADX Files radio show with Alyson Dunlop, see: In this programme Col. Halt spends a large portion of his precious air time criticizing his fellow UFO witness Larry Warren and Larry's co-author Peter Robbins. He does so too in his new book The Halt Perspective that he wrote with John Hanson, see: Although I know it is generally regarded as a rather naive and quaint idea nowadays, I always advocate listening to both sides of every story. Tino has recorded an interview with Larry in which Larry replies to the comments made about him by Col. Halt. Please do not accept the information from Col. Halt without first listening to this too.
Larry will also be a guest again on HPANWO Radio, see links column, in a short time after some anticipated upcoming developments.