Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Last night at 10pm the BBC officially stopped producing TV shows and started producing haemorrhoids! This very painful and unsightly pile is so beyond compare that the complete review I had been planning to write has been cancelled: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0148yz5/The_Conspiracy_Files_9_11_Ten_Years_On/
The biggest reason for my decision to bin the full review is that the show contains virtually no new information at all, no material that has not been discussed before and found to be extremely questionable to say the least. I’m sure the programme actually contained scenes that were put in the original Conspiracy Files TV show that was broadcast a few years ago. I lost count of the number of times the pejorative phrase “conspiracy theory” was mentioned, but it was at least 3 times in the intro. Believers in the official story are never called by that name, although technically they are. There were the standard traumatized witnesses saying: “These eeeeeeeeevil conspiracy theorists just don’t care about the 9/11 victims or the pain they’re causing the relatives...” I’d answer by asking the person why it’s necessary to cover up a murder in order to show respect for the victims of that crime.
The only difference between this and other disfiguring anal disorders I’ve suffered is that they had a little bit in it about the Bin Laden “killing”. They even produced a real CIA agent to convince us that the Bin Laden killing was true! I cover this story here: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2011/05/osama-bin-laden-is-dead-duh.html It might have also helped to interview a member of the special forces team which carried out the assassination, but unfortunately they’ve been killed in an air crash... purely by coincidence I’m sure. OW! I need to get some Preparation H! If I lie down could one of you put them in for me?
Sunday, 21 August 2011
I was wandering through town the other day when I ended up in the local “Game” store. I was browsing the shelves and stopped in amazement when I saw the game in the photo above for sale. This is a computer game based on a street-cleaning machine, tucked in there right next to mainstream Conformist games like Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto and Age of Empires. Here’s its website: http://www.excalibur-publishing.co.uk/streetcleaning.htm This program, by Excalibur Games, puts the user in control of a virtual street-cleaning vehicle. The conformist reaction to this is to laugh scornfully: “Who’d be interested in playing that!?” I hear. I find it always amusing to ask a Conformist why he thinks nobody would be interested in playing that and he’ll stutter and fluster for a couple of seconds then come out with classic lines like: “Well… that’s just the way things are, Mate.” or “Look, it just is, OK?” These are not answers, they’re non-answers! They are fire-escapes for your mind when uncomfortable concepts appear in your brain.
I’m delighted that there is a market for games about street-cleaning. It seems that gamers want to learn about what the Conformist mind dismisses as a menial and worthless occupation. Hospital Portering is regarded in much the same way; I’ve even been told at one point: “Ben, don’t tell ‘em we’re Porters!” See: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2007/12/dont-tell-em-were-porters.html Perhaps I should get together with a games designer and write a new game based on Hospital Portering; if that sells well I’ll know for sure that nonConformism is beginning to take hold en masse!
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
See here for background: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2008/11/british-national-party.html
Many of its critics claim that the BNP is attempting to give the public a very false image of itself; not that this is unusual for any political party, but the BNP has come under especially harsh accusations of deceit. The other day I discovered an actual example of this myself. Do you remember a few months ago I wrote about a video I saw featuring the supposed “leader of the BNP’s youth section”, Kieran Trent? Here it is: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2011/02/nick-griffin-lihop.html . See especially the video linked on the article; this one: http://bnptv.org.uk/2011/02/british-national-partys-%e2%80%98resistance%e2%80%99/ It gives the impression that the BNP has a large and dedicated youth contingent led by a committed and long-serving young member. But this is Kieran Trent again, as he appears in an independent TV documentary, one that was made at about the same time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlKiqq8tbTw . Here we see a very different person to the eloquent and confident youth who stood up in front of all those boys and girls and explained how he liked V for Vendetta and that the English Defence League is an MI5 front. We see a far younger-looking and less mature person, a teenage boy who looks confused, fearful and very bitter. It turns out at the end that far from being head of any supposed youth section he wasn’t even a party member and chose not to join at all. This means that the BNPTV speech he gave was contrived and totally fictional!
I’m not an obsessive anti-BNP campaigner any more than I am a BNP supporter; I don’t consider the BNP any worse than Labour, Conservative or Liberal. What I’m informing you of is that political parties create shop-window personas of themselves to sell to the public, and we have to watch out for them.
Tuesday, 9 August 2011
A UFO was seen in the early hours of last Wednesday by Mike Sewell, a BBC reporter. This famous voice from the sports broadcasts of Radio 5 Live speaks to his colleagues on the air about seeing a UFO in Hertfordshire near Stanstead Airport. See: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14387365 Timothy Good is on the air at the time! Is it just my imagination or do they usher him away a bit quickly!