Monday, 13 August 2018

The Sky King

A very peculiar event happened a few days ago, on August the 10th 2018, in which an aircraft was stolen. It was not a hijack; the Horizon Air Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 airliner was parked and empty. It was at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Washington State USA. Suddenly its engines started; it rolled out to the runway and took to the air. Air traffic control made radio contact with the aircraft while the US Air Force scrambled two F15 fighter jets to intercept it, fearing that this was the prelude to a terrorist attack. The person who had stolen it was actually a member of staff at the airport, a ground service controller called Richard Russell. He had boarded the unattended aircraft and flown it out of the airport, even though he had no pilot qualifications or training. He told the air traffic controllers that he had learned all about aviation from playing flight simulation computer games. His manner was affable and devoid of anger. He cracks many jokes. He even apologized to the ATC crew and said: "I hope this doesn't ruin your day." He cooperated with them in a gentlemanly manner as they directed him away from the airways surrounding the airport so that he didn't risk colliding with other aircraft taking off or landing. He even sounded jovial. He was clearly enjoying his experience and announced his intention to fly to the Olympic Mountains and view them from the air. He took his stolen charge out to sea over the Puget Sound, a network of river estuaries, inlets and islands on the north-western US Pacific coast, and performed a series of aerobatics; looping, diving and swooping low over the water. He carefully avoided built-up areas. Local people filmed him from nearby shores. He stated how he felt regret that his loved ones will be distressed and that he had "a few screws loose", but never knew it until that moment. He also told the controllers that he had not thought about landing and he declined ATC's attempts to guide him to an airport. His flight ended an hour after he took off when the aircraft crashed into a wooded and sparsely inhabited island called Ketron Island. Source:

From the pictures released of the crash site and the location, a semi-inhabited small island, it is clear that the flight ended in a nosedive and the pilot was careful not to harm anybody else during his suicide. There was indeed only one fatality, Richard Russell himself. He was described as a quiet and popular member of staff and his colleagues called him "Rich" or "Beebo". The public reaction to his death has been extraordinary. I have not seen such mass grieving since the death of Stephen Hawking. Russell has been christened "the Sky King" and numerous affectionate memes have emerged online. Some musicians have already composed tribute songs, see: He has become a true folk hero. Why has this incident touched so many hearts? It's impossible to know what Richard Russell's true motives were. There's no evidence at the moment that he plotted in advance to steal the aircraft. It looks like a spontaneous and opportunist action. It is also obvious that he meant no harm to anybody but himself. He was careful not to threaten populated areas and kept his antics well out to sea. He sounds like a sensitive man. At one point he asked ATC to guide him to the location of another news story where a female killer whale had carried her dead calf for seventeen days, see: When I read a news story like that it's easy to understand why somebody might also read it and give up on the idea of living at all. Maybe it was the very nondescript nature of his life that killed him. A lot of his mourners have projected that onto his identify whether it is correct or not. For them, his action is a hymn to the human spirit. Did Richard Russell sacrifice the rest of his life for just a few moments of genuine excitement, ecstasy and meaning? Why is it that life in our society is so devoid of those things? Why has the normal, the everyday, the eternal sameness become the only objective that anybody is allowed to strive for? Society gives us such a small, pointless, constricted and uniform existence and we're told that there is no way out; from cradle to grave, that is our one and only destiny we can expect. This is the difference between humanity and the machine. Whether it truly applies to the Sky King or not, so many of his fans understand this and feel it with him. One of the most poignant comments I've seen made about Richard Russell is: "Some say he went up there to die, but we know he went up there finally to live." This shows that the human spirit is not yet dead. It can still break the chains of ordinariness and be free. Fly in peace, Sky King.

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Barcodes for Homeless People

The number of homeless people in Oxford has increased enormously in the last few years for various reasons that I detail in the background links below. It's very sad to see so many people sitting on street corners and sleeping in shop doorways in the city centre. The University has come up with an idea to help them. All homeless people in the city will be registered on an electronic database and will be issued with an identity card displaying QR-tags, a form of barcode. Then when a passer-by wants to give them some money they can do it using their mobile phone. They scan the barcode and send the person some funds which will be put into an account controlled by the person's case worker who makes sure it is spent on food, rent, passport fees or utility bills and not drugs or alcohol etc. The donor will be able to access the database of the person they've just donated to and learn all about him or her (usually him), how they became homeless, what their last job was etc. Source: This sounds benevolent at first glance; however there are major problems with it. It means that to be homeless means living in a miniature cashless society. This could be a trial run to expand the scheme into other areas, including people who are not homeless; such as the unemployed, immigrants, probationers, drug addicts, the mentally ill etc. After that, why not just say: "What the hell, let's just put everybody on the scheme and be done with it?" This is not the first time that homeless people have been used in pilot schemes for Orwellian social systems. In fact in the United States a local authority offered to insert microchips into the bodies of homeless people. This was said to be for their own good. It would allow shelter workers to scan the people and know about the care they had received; when they had last slept in a shelter, been given a meal, been given medical or dental checkups etc, see: I know that there are good intentions behind these ideas, but when it comes to Big Brother we have to deal with capabilities, not professed intents. We must ask ourselves how this technology could be abused or weaponized. As for the homeless in Oxford; why don't the University simply pay to give them a bed for the night? It's something they could easily afford... many time over.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 37

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: censorship on social media, mysterious daytime darkness in Russia, update on the Alexandria sarcophagus and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Nazi UFO Model Update

The ban by Revell on the Haunebu flying saucer appears to have been lifted. The kit will be available again on the 15th of October and can be pre-ordered now, see: You too can now build your own scale model of a Vril-powered antigravity Nazi UFO. I am glad that common sense has prevailed over political correctness. Hopefully it will make the model-building community, as well as the industry, think over the possibility that this vehicle was real and it continues to be developed in secret. I have been interviewed about this subject on the Paranormal Peep Show, see:

Monday, 6 August 2018

Right-Wing Conspiracy

Neil Sanders is an expert on mind control who has lectured widely and has written a series of interesting books on the subject. He has also been a guest on HPANWO Radio, see: He has more recently spoken on radio interviews and written in his blog about Brexit and Trump and who he believes is behind them and why, for example: and: and: Donald Trump was a New York businessman who came out of the blue to be elected President of the United States. With every corner of the mainstream media opposing him and despite running against one of the most powerful women in the world, he triumphed. For some people in the Truth Movement, including me, it looked as though things had gone badly wrong for the New World Order at a very fundamental level. I even wondered if we might be looking at the defeat of the New World Order agenda in our lifetimes! This is the great hope; I came out with phrases like "Brexit-Trump", "springtime in Narnia", and "the 2016 effect", see: Naturally, at the back of my mind, there has always been a whisper of caution. Could this simply be another trick? What if Trump and Brexit are just a craftier and more subtle twist in the machinations of the globalist elite? Neil says yes. That is exactly what is going on. He dismisses the notion that Trump is a wildcard and not a government insider; on the contrary, he says Trump is in fact a placeman for a powerful network of super-rich plutocrats centred around somebody called Robert Mercer, a computer scientist and financier from New Mexico USA. Mercer is the single biggest individual donor in the entire 2016 US Presidential Election. He used his skill in the world of computing to influence the internet using a data analysis and strategic communications firm called Cambridge Analytica. Neil says this is a psychological warfare outfit and its methodology is similar to the CIA, MI5, GCHQ and other organizations which have been proven to have meddled in foreign democratic processes, especially in South America. Mercer was helped by a now notorious individual called Steve Bannon, the company's vice-president; and they used a number of underhand schemes to influence public opinion in favour of Trump's campaign. The media organization Breibart was essential to this and Steve Bannon soon became editor-in-chief of it. It was subsidized by Mercer. Robert Mercer also used Cambridge Analytica to engineer the Leave vote during the Brexit referendum and worked closely with Nigel Farage. Fear of Islam and Muslims was a tactic they used and they have been helped by Rebel Media, which is another part of Mercer's network and includes Tommy Robinson, former leader of the English Defence League. (I have been concerned about this myself for a long time and have written before about how the "counter-Jihad" has a place in the future civil war being planned and also furthering the interests of Israel, see: The scale of this network is huge and it contains numerous names familiar to and respected by those in both the Alt-Right and the Conspirasphere, such as Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, Richard Spencer, Lauren Southern, James O'Keefe, Dr Jordan Peterson, Dave Rubin. Laura Loomer and many many more. Even the slogans "drain the swamp!", "make America great again!" "build the wall!", "fake news" and "deep state" come from Mercer and Bannon's public relations consultants.

This is disturbing news. If Neil is right then it means the possibilities an entire sector of the Truth Movement were hoping for are wrong; we have been chasing a mirage. Is this the case though? Neil describes himself as apolitical. He is neutral over the subject of Brexit and does not vote in UK elections. He describes the situation with this analogy: "Voting in the US Election/UK Election/EU referendum was like being a child choosing a boarding school. It doesn't matter what you want, it doesn't matter which option that you decide on; the only certainty is you are going to get screwed by an older person who is richer than you." He says he is equally opposed to left-wing authorities too and he only opposes the right because we have a right-wing government. He said: "I can't wait for Corbyn to get him so I can have a go at him as well!" The only reason he is exposing this right-wing conspiracy is because it is the only one he has found so far. Despite his professed neutrality, Neil uses a lot of left-wing buzz-words in his speech such as "Nazi", "far right", "white supremacist", "white privilege" etc. He sees politics as primarily a clash between the interests of rich and poor people which is a distinctly Marxian worldview. It is true that the Illuminati have used the right in politics to advance the New World Order, but they have also used the left. Neil explores the way Muslims and Islam are portrayed as the biggest threat to civilization and says: "Before Muslims it was people on benefits, and before them it was black people, and before them it was the Irish." However there is a left-wing equivalent of this which is that white heterosexual men are responsible for everything bad in the world, past and present, and destroying them is the solution to all the world's problems; yet Neil fails to address this. In fact in one of his interviews he says: "If you're worried about white genocide, just go and have children with another white person; problem solved!" But he ignores the noble work of one of the people he lists as part of the Mercer-Bannon network, Lauren Southern. She has made a documentary film called Farmlands about the very real genocide of South Africa's white population, see: The global community is looking the other way and pretending this atrocity is not happening. If this right-wing network truly is all-powerful, can't it do something about that? Here is another example of left-wing global interventionism, see: Neil also uses the phrase "Muslim ban" to refer to Executive Order 13769, the Trump administration's policy for reducing access to the United States by possible terrorists. If it is a ban on Muslims then why is Pakistan not on the list of prohibited nations, why not India, Bangladesh, Malaysia? Over three-quarters of the world's Muslims live in those four countries. Neil has unfortunately just repeated fake news. Neil also mentions "men's rights activists" in a pejorative context. This is no doubt because Dr Jordan B Peterson is on the Mercer-Bannon hit-list. However Dr Jordan Peterson has been somebody I have studied closely and I have found his insights inspiring and uplifting. I discuss him in detail on this HPANWO Show, see: I must ask Neil, was Dr Peterson therefore inserted into the public space to do some kind of damage? Was his persecution by his employers, faculty and students at Toronto University some sort of act to bring him to the attention of "Nazis!"? When he had eggs thrown at him, had labels like "racist!", "misogynist!" etc hurled at him by hecklers in his lectures, was this all set up by Steve Bannon? "Think you can handle it, Jordy? Don't worry, mate; we'll pay you compensation." What Dr Jordan Peterson has done is teach people that they don't have to hate. Women don't have to hate men to be free. Black people don't have to hate white people to be free. White men don't have to hate themselves to be free. This revelation has given millions of people across the world a new lease of life. I cannot accept that the richness, depth and complexity of Dr Peterson's work are just the machinations of a billionaire conservative plot to enslave the world. The same goes for many other "problematic pseudo-intellectuals!" I've been following. Honestly, how far has Dr Peterson's work advanced the white male redneck ruling class hegemony? From what I can see, not one inch; in fact it has done the opposite. This is why I question Neil's middle-of-the-road persona. Could Neil Sanders be a closet pinko? If he is, I won't hold it against him. There is good on the left. I myself support some leftist principles, such as a fully-funded National Health Service, see here for details: Neil can come out to me if he likes and I'll be understanding. Also why does Neil not mention several other people, such as Stefan Molyneux, Carl Benjamin ("Sargon of Akkad" on YouTube), Rin Michaelis, Dave Cullen and a few others? These are very influential centrist, anti-feminist, anti-cultural Marxist and conservative spokespeople; why are they not being funded by Richard Mercer? Neil also dismisses the QAnon phenomenon as a hoax perpetrated by trolls on 4-Chan. Again, this doesn't fit with what I've discovered, see: and: Neil also doesn't explain all the details of Richard Mercer's donation. Yes, Mercer donated to the 2016 US Presidential Election, yes he donated over thirteen million dollars-US and that was a record-breaking amount... but most of it went not to Donald Trump, but to Ted Cruz, Trump's rival in the primaries. Mercer originally backed Cruz and then switched to Trump. Obviously I am biased over this issue; I want Neil Sanders to be wrong... because if he is not wrong then probably, to put it politely, we're fucked, see: However, this does not automatically mean that any of my criticism or questioning of Neil's research is to be therefore instantly disregarded because of my feelings on the matter. I have endeavoured to remain objective here. I am able and prepared to face the truth however much it hurts; but I think Neil has missed something. I don't dispute that he is factually correct about the activities of Richard Mercer and his associates, but perhaps there is another explanation for it than the one he has proposed. To answer that will take further research. For the time being, in my view, what Neil has published so far is not conclusive.

Thursday, 2 August 2018

Buzz Aldrin confesses to Moon Landing Hoax?

The conspirasphere has been buzzing because of Buzz Aldrin. Edward E Aldrin Jr. is a NASA astronaut who is one of a two-man crew who supposedly landed on the moon on July the 20th 1969 with the Apollo 11 mission, the first to claim a manned landing on the moon. Aldrin and his fellow spaceman, Neil Armstrong, then supposedly walked on the moon's surface wearing space suits. It is one of the greatest moments in human history. The fuss comes from an interview he did last year with an eight year old girl called Zoey. What he says in this discussion has been assessed by some people as a confession that the moon landings were faked and he did not walk on the moon. The actual dialogue runs thus:
Zoey: Why has nobody been to the moon in such a long time?
Aldrin: (Laughs) That's not an eight year old's question; that's my question. I want to know, but I think I know. Because we didn't go there and that's the way it happened; and if it didn't happen it's nice to know why it didn't happen, so in the future, if we want to keep doing something we need to know why something stopped in the past that we wanted to keep it going (sic). Money is a good thing."

Zoey's question is a very pertinent one. In fact any science fiction or space fan from the 1960's who could see into the future to the present day would gasp in dismay. Progress was so swift in the first decade of space exploration. The first rocket flew into space in October 1957, this was followed by the first astronaut, Yuri Gagarin, in April 1961, and then the Apollo missions sent men to the moon and they began just seven years after that. If that rate of advancement had continued we would have had everything that was predicted at the time, a permanent moon base by the 1980's, missions to the outer planets by the 1990's and the ability to take a holiday on Mars by 2018. Yet since the Apollo missions, we have not travelled one single time above low earth orbit. Instead we have such comparative trivialities as the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. Why is the true continuation of space exploration so damn boring? As for Aldrin, I don't think what he says counts as a confession, especially if you watch the entire interview and put the comment into that context, see: Aldrin's manner is strange; he speaks slowly and uncertainly, sometimes tripping over his words. He is eighty-eight years old and has perhaps become afflicted by dementia, which is sadly very common among people of his age group. During the last few years there have been some strange reports about Aldrin's activities, see: Despite this not being a confession, the fact that it was even perceived as one, even mistakenly, has caused such a pressure of conversation that it has forced the mainstream media to cover it in a damage control operation. This Morning hosted a brief debate on the subject and invited on a fake moon landing researcher called Martin Kenny. This is somebody I've never heard of before, which is strange because I thought I knew everybody in this field personally. He makes some valid points but then stumbles in a frustrating manner when the pro-Apollo guest replies to him. He then describes the moon as a "luminary" and continues with some other incomprehensible statements, see: Why was Marcus Allen not in his place, or Mary Bennett, or Andrew Johnson, or myself? In December we will be at the half-century anniversary of Apollo 8, the first manned lunar mission. This will represent a massive informational choke-point for NASA and they will be prepared with more tricks to prevent the truth coming out.

Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Sarcophagus Update 2

Following the opening of the mysterious sarcophagus in Alexandria last week and the revelation of what lay inside, I assumed that all the remaining research would centre purely on identifying the three bodies found in it. However, somebody has informed me there is another twist in the tale; and it comes from a very interesting vlogger who has raised some pertinent questions. The reason that commentators, including me, thought that the sarcophagus had been contaminated by sewage was because of the malodorous fluid that filled the artefact. The stench it gave off was so bad that the excavation was suspended until the archaeologists could obtain the right personal protective equipment. However nobody detected any bad smells at all until the lid was lifted. If the antiquity had been contaminated by a dodgy drain then why was there no sewage outside the sarcophagus, soaking the soil around it and giving off an odour as soon as the digging had started? This means that perhaps the liquid was not sewage at all and was something put inside the casket before it was sealed. What followed sounds very amateurish and reckless. The fluid was pumped out so the skeletons could be removed and a small sample was taken for analysis. After that the remaining fluid was disposed of by pouring it out into the street like carwash suds. The excavators literally decanted the foul slurry into plastic bottles and just dumped it in the gutter. In the news report you can hear a loud argument break out as local residents confront the team and protest their actions. Who can blame them? Their children probably play in that street. Nothing is known about the liquid except that it has a terrible smell, which is a warning sign of toxin. If a mysterious disease suddenly emerges in Alexandria then it may not be caused by a pharaoh's curse, but instead by a bunch of irresponsible fools who contaminated the neighbourhood around the dig with God-knows-what poison or pathogen. There are plans to remove the main body of the sarcophagus, once a stronger crane is brought it. So far there are no inscriptions anywhere visible on the stone box and nothing inside to identify the three interred individuals. If the bodies had any clothing or other belongings buried with them then these have not survived the passage of time. Source: