Thursday 29 September 2011

Advert inspired by Charlie Veitch

I came across this remarkable ad poster on Sunday. It's a heartwarming image that shows two young women affectionately embracing a Traffic Warden. This is a very powerful and subversive statement about the nature of the people in authority and how reacting to them differently can change their own behaviour.

The people behind this idea are the Love Police, Charlie Veitch and Danny Shine. Charlie has become infamous recently for his views on 9/11, see: . I think Charlie has been very foolish over 9/11, but credit where credit is due. And it could be that whoever designed this advertisement got his idea from watching the Love Police in action. Here's an example of their work:

Friday 23 September 2011

Red Arrows London Olympic Campaign

There's a rumour going round that the Red Arrows will be banned from flying one of their famous displays over the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. This may be just an urban myth, but it's being taken so seriously that a campaign and pettition has been started:

I've signed on to it. Unlike most of the other signatories this is not from any patriotic fervour on my part; I'm just curious about what's going on. Not to have the Red Arrows at such a major historical British landmark event like the Olympics is virtually unthinkable for many. As Ross Hemsworth said: "They're flown in for the opening of a crisp-packet!" Could it be that the sky above London on the opening or closing ceremony will need to be clear for... other things!?

See Ian R CRane talking about a false-flag alien invasion:

Wednesday 21 September 2011

My Interview in The Sun

See Part 5 of my HPANWO TV reportage of the Weird 11 conference:

My interview with The Sun was published in the end. I actually doubted if it would because I thought I did't sound crazy enough for them! It's in today's paper on Page 28 and here's the online version:

It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, but then again is that just because my expectations could not be undercut? The reporter, David Lowe, did represent my views fairly accurately. As I said in my video, the only bad publicity is no publicity and it's encouraging that the media is at least covering events like Weird. I had nothing to lose by speaking to them.
(Edit 2017: I've changed my mind on that point totally since)

Tony Farrell

Tony Farrell was a long-serving police officer with South Yorkshire Police. But then when he spoke openly about his views that 9/11 was an inside job he was discharged from the force! He's going through an industrial tribunal and needs support, both moral and fincancial. You can donate to his cause here:

Friday 16 September 2011

Four Trapped Miners


Tragically one of the four men trapped underground in a coal mine near Swansea has died. Condolences to his loved-ones.

I'm interested to see how this event is portrayed by the media in comparison to when a similar tragedy befalls a soldier in Afghanistan. See here for background:

There's a HPANWO Forum thread discussing non-Military memorials too:

The only reason fewer miners get injured and killed nowadays is because most of the coal mines in Wales are now closed down.

(Addendum- 19/9/11: All four men perished in the mine. Very sorry to hear that.)

Tuesday 13 September 2011

Accident at French Nuclear Power Station


The media outside France is keeping very quiet about this. The BBC has barely mentioned it, however it's big news in France. Is there really no danger of a leak?

Friday 9 September 2011

9/11 Conspiracy Road Trip

The BBC have broadcast their TV show 9/11 Conspiracy Road Trip, see:
See here for background:

It was broadcast on BBC3 late at night, not on prime time BBC1 or 2, so Charlie may not receive the fame and fortune he so manifestly craves.

I could have done a full review of this programme, but can't. It's almost physically painful to watch such dire television! It was even worse than this one I spoke of before: No new information, all the cliche debunkers that have all been comprehensively counter-debunked years ago, a cast of very amateurish 9/11 Truthers and, most importantly of all: lashings and lashings of sickly sweet moral blackmail! The BBC are Bastards!

Sunday 4 September 2011

Another "Climate Change Denier" Persecuted!


Background article:

So this guy has quit his job as editor of Remote Sensing has resigned? Why? Did somebody say: "Eh, Wolfgang, how do you feel like resigning today?" I don't think so! This makes a joke out of the idiotic ravings of people like George Monbiot who feel satisfied that Man-Made Climate Change has been proved true due to an open and honest scientific debate. No doubt George will be publishing a video showing Dr Wagner in a classroom being blown up when his teacher presses a button!

Have I got Morgellons?

I think I’m becoming a bit of a hypochondriac. I’ve started to be scared that I might have Morgellons Disease. The reason for me thinking this is that I have a very long and thin single hair growing out of my forehead about half an inch above my right eyebrow. It’s extremely fine and in fact I don’t think it’s even visible in the photo. I’ve cut it once already but it grown back surprisingly quickly. Within a month or two it’s over an inch long! I’ve also been getting red spots on my shoulders and forearms.

I’m being daft really. Morgellons is actually something very different; a condition most doctors don’t even accept exists. See: It’s been largely denounced as hysteria by much of mainstream medicine. The official line is that the “particles” are just cotton fibres from dressings that have become embedded in scabs, but as you can see this doesn’t match the patients’ experience.