Saturday, 23 June 2018

Happy Independence Day!

Happy British Independence Day 2018, the second one we have celebrated as we wait with baited breath for our independence to become actually real. I have completely lost track of the labyrinthine political processes going on in Parliament as we limp from one Commons defeat to another; back bench rebellions, House of Lords vetoes and deal-or-no-deal. It sounds like some kind of bad BBC light entertainment farce. Now several industries are jeopardized as a result; for instance Airbus is threatening to close its aviation plant in south Wales. Today a demonstration of thousands in London demanded a rescue package for this shambolic situation, see: Of course, as I've said before, the chaos is not just accidental ineptitude; it is deliberate sabotage. This is the nation that built a hundred and fifty Spitfires in four weeks; does anybody really believe we could not sort out our own future sovereignty with a continent we've been trading with since prehistoric times? The good news is that the dictatorial foreign occupier so beloved of Remoaners has entered its worst ever crisis. Britain is not the only country rebelling; Italy, Austria and many states in Eastern Europe are on the brink of insurrection. By the time the Brexit deadline arrives next March there will hopefully be nothing left to leave.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Nazi UFO Model Banned

Revell is a German-American company that makes models that come in kit form, allowing the owner to build the model themselves; a very popular activity which several other manufacturers provide. Revell have just recalled one of their products, not because it has sharp edges or poisoned glue, but for political reasons. The product is a model of a Haunebu flying saucer, an aircraft thought to have been built in Nazi Germany that is powered by free energy and propelled by an electrogravitic system. It was part of an experimental line constructed by BMW and Skoda, and also at the Wenceslas mine in Poland. This project ran from the mid-1930's until the end of World War II. There has been some questions over whether the machine ever existed, but some very credible researchers such as Nick Cook, Igor Witkowski and Joseph Farrell state that it did, and their reasons make sense in my view. There are many photographs of the craft that look genuine. After the defeat of the Nazis in 1945, the victorious allies appropriated the enemy's technology as part of Operation Paperclip. This was a secret part of the same programme that led to space rocket development in the public domain. See here for Nick Cook's films which I highly recommend: and: The fact that there is a market in the hobby modelling industry for such products is a good sign that the awareness of their existence is spreading and growing. In fact another company called Testors has brought out a kit based on the Bob Lazar "sport model" flying saucer, see:

The decision by Revell to ban the sale of their Haunebu model doesn't seem to be because of any covert attempt to cover up free energy and antigravity. It is a result of Germany's obsessive hypersensitivity about the Nazis. This is a cultural pitfall they have endured since the end of the Hitler regime and it does not seem to have eased over time. It's interesting to compare Germany to Russia. Russians feel no shame at all when it comes to the Soviet era, even though the USSR lasted for over seventy years, as opposed to Hitler's mere twelve years in power. The Soviets also were far more destructive and killed a far greater number of people the Nazi's did. Some Russians even feel pride over their history of being part of a global superpower, however oppressive, for most of the Twentieth century, even if they would not wish to see a return to that period. A spokesman for Revell, which is based in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, said that the company was issuing a full apology and regarded the criticism they had experienced as totally justified. The company was attacked by a military museum in Dresden which pointed out that the Haunebu craft has never existed. There are two points relating to this statement. Firstly, it's not certain that the vehicle never existed; and secondly, even if it didn't, does this mean other models of imaginary spacecraft, such as the Starship Enterprise or Millennium Falcon, should be banned too? Then the German Children's Protection Association got involved. They were concerned that the kit was marketed at the skill level of children aged as young as twelve. The Haunebu flying saucer is of course associated with the Nazis and it includes some insignia of the Third Reich on its hull; this is illegal under German censorship laws. The child protection organization also doesn't want the idea promoted that the Nazi's managed to reach space because this apparently glorifies the Nazis regardless of its factual status; and they believe, wrongly, that it is not factual. Source: and: This Nazi-guilt that lies at the collective centre of modern German psychology and culture is a very destructive thing, and there are other examples of pathological behaviour related to it. Isn't it about time the Germans let it go? It was a long time ago; only the very elderly still remember it and none of them deserve to be held responsible for it. It's time for closure; Germany needs to put the past behind them. I suspect that it is not merely accidental good memory though. There are signs that forces are at work that keep reminding the German population about the Nazi era to break the nation's spirit. It has been brought up whenever Germans object to their country's membership of the European Union. It was mentioned a few times during the recent general election... and I can't think of any other reason apart from national self-loathing to explain why anybody would re-elect Angela Merkel for a third term in office. I hope the German people find a way to escape this nasty piece of emotional abuse. (Thanks to Neil Geddes Ward for brining this to my attention)

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 35

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: The Bilderberg Group meet in 2018, 5G high power digital network, time-slips in tunnels and much much more. I was joined on the air by Jimmy Gene of the Into the Microcosm show on TFR, see:
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Michael Shermer Update 2

In the links immediately below I describe how I have been following the career of the arch-skeptic "rock star" Michael Shermer since he made some statements indicating that he was wavering in his faith-of-choice, see: and: Since my last update in 2016 we still see no obvious public change in his position. He has written a new book called Heavens on Earth which I have not yet read, see: It has the rather drawn-out subtitle of: A Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality and Utopia. I must say, I am curious to read it and it's a pity that I will probably not have time to give it a full review for several months because I am writing my own book, see: However, there are some intriguing suggestions in the book's blurb and in some of the recent media spots Shermer has taken part in that he is entertaining alternative thoughts, ones that may have been beyond him previously. He describes humanity's interest in the afterlife and immortality as an "obsession". I have not heard such strong language coming from Shermer before on this subject. It's the kind of talk I'd expect from James Randi.

Michael Shermer returned to the Joe Rogan Experience in January to discuss his book and a lot of what he says is rather unoriginal. He talks about transhumanism, which is fairly interesting; but his statement on near-death experiences is totally cliche. Then Shermer makes an astonishing announcement; he says that Graham Hancock has invited him to an ayahuasca workshop, see at 00.26.01: Ayahuasca is a traditional psychoactive drug taken by the natives of the Amazon jungle. Hancock wrote a gripping book called Supernatural all about the subject, see: I expect this eventuality emerged out of another of Joe Rogan's podcasts where Hancock and his fellow guests, including Michael Shermer, have a heated debate, see: I would be very keen to hear what Shermer had to report if he did have an ayahuasca session. These experiences have changed people's lives. Do I sense some suppressed indecision within Shermer? As I said in my previous analysis of Michael Shermer, people who change their minds about one of their very fundamental worldviews rarely do so in a straightforward manner. There are all kinds of psychological effects that can include some very extreme backtracking. Could this backtracking be what Shermer is undergoing when he talks about an "obsession" with the afterlife? Either that or he's after an upgrade to his MBA! We shall see. I'll write more on this subject when Shermer says more.

Sunday, 17 June 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones Live in Newcastle

I will be speaking at an event in Newcastle-upon-Tyne on Friday the 6th of July at the Ray Gray Community Centre, Stotts Road, Walker, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, NE6-4UH. The event starts at 7.30 PM and costs just £3. It is organized by Truth Seekers North East. 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.
See here for my previous talk at Truth Seekers North East:

Friday, 15 June 2018

Bilderberg 2018

The Bilderberg Group is no longer secret. It was from its establishment in 1954 until about the 1990's, but since then it has been exposed to the point that its covert status can no longer be maintained. Bilderberg's exposure is a perfect example of conspiracy theory activism dragging a black organization into, if not the white then at least the grey, world. It used to operate in total secrecy with a watertight media blackout imposed in it. For example, when the Group met in 1998 at the Turnberry Hotel in Ayrshire, Scotland, the security for the conference was the biggest police operation in Scottish history, but not one word about it was breathed in the press. However several dedicated researchers steadily broke down this palisade of lies, such as Daniel Estulin, David Icke and Alex Jones; but I think the turning point came when a journalist called Jim Tucker began reporting on it in his newspaper, The Spotlight. That's an apt name because, bit by bit, the actual spotlight shone more and more in the Bilderberg Group's direction until this culminated in the Bilderberg Fringe Festival of 2013, when the Bolderbergers met in Watford, England; and it had considerable mainstream news coverage and which I attended myself, see background links below. In 2006 the organization was forced to set up an official website. It is crude and austere, but it includes basic information and contact details, see: The latest meeting of the Bilderberg Group took place on the 7th to the 10th of June at the Torino Lingotto Congress in Turin, Italy. It has published a page on the site with a list of participants and a basic agenda, see: All the usual suspects are there, the Kissingers and the Osbornes and the Stoltenbergs and the Carneys of this world; but I was surprised to see Anne Applebaum on the list. She is a fairly prestigious journalist in the USA, but not a political powerplayer... well, not until now. Amber Rudd also attended, which is strange because she has just resigned as the UK Home Secretary after a major scandal. Something tells me her success flag will not be at the bottom of the pole for long.

I'll now examine the list of topics for discussion at the 2018 Bilderberg Group conference with what I think are probably the true thoughts of the Group beside them in quotes and bold:
1. Populism in Europe "Why the hell couldn't we stop them voting for Brexit!?"
2. The inequality challenge "How are we going to lower the wages of the poorest people even further?"
3. The future of work "Anybody know where we can get some cheap shackles and chains?"
4. Artificial intelligence "Let's get the peasants microchipped as soon as possible!"
5. The US before midterms "Damn it! I can't believe we let Trump win!"
6. Free trade "This is how we're going to do Agenda 21."
7. US world leadership "We're going to crash the US economy and fund the NWO with Chinese gold."
9. Quantum computing "The latest database system for Big Brother."
10. Saudi Arabia and Iran "What's the best way to do a new false flag terrorist attack?"
11. The "post-truth" world "Our propaganda needs sorting out; the peasants are getting wise to it."
12. Current events "A list of everything that's going to happen in the year ahead."

Of course there will be items tabled that are hidden from the published agenda. No doubt the revelation of the Bilderberg Group will not end the clandestine nature of its operations, as with Area 51 merely being formally acknowledged, see: They have probably already set up a "group within a group" of its most senior figures. This is still progress though. Despite our success, the work of the conspiracy theoretical activist is not yet over.

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Portal in Woolwich Foot Tunnel

One of the oldest and most famous underground crossings of the River Thames in London is the Woolwich Foot Tunnel. It was opened in 1912 and runs under the river from the forecourt of the Waterfront leisure centre in Woolwich to Pier Road in Newham. It is 1,654 ft long but only wide enough for pedestrians and cyclists, pushing their cycles; riding is not allowed. It has suffered numerous technical problems over the years and was shut completely in September 2010. This was supposed to be for one year only, but in the end this stretched to over two years. The reason for this closure, the council said, was to carry out essential repairs to stop the tunnel leaking. However, according to a local researcher, there could be another, covert, motive for this closure. They claim to have interviewed a builder working on the refurbishment and he told them a dark tale. It seems there was some kind of space-time anomaly inside the tunnel, a portal. Time ran at a much faster rate down in the tunnel. In fact a worker could walk across the entire length of the tunnel almost instantly. This led to some strange antics among the builders; some of them fun and some of them serious. They caused the site manager stress by calculating the extra pay for the additional time they spent inside the portal, which far exceeded their actual measured time in the normal world. At one point some of the men decided to carry out an alarming experiment that almost led to a causality paradox, an incident that is theorized might split the universe in two. Since the tunnel reopened there have been no strange experiences reported and the portal is believed to be inactive, see: I still feel another HPANWO TV outing coming on.