Monday 30 April 2012

Legal "Gloom-Talk"

Yesterday Ustane and I tried to think of a word that meant the opposite of “pep-talk”, ie: a speech that was designed to discourage, to quell motivation and create despondency. No adequate word exists so we had a good laugh trying to invent one: We decided on “gloom-talk” and “plop-talk”. However, the hilarity soon wore thin as today I experienced the serious side of this neolexia.

In a HPANWO TV vid I made a while ago I said that I was seeking legal advice about my discharge from the Hospital Portering Service, see: . I’d contacted an industrial solicitor and sent him my case notes for him to look through. Today he phoned me to announce that he is not taking on my case. He’s returning my case notes in the post. He then proceeded to give me a bit of a “gloom-talk”... or “plop-talk”, whichever you prefer, and told me that in his opinion there was no way any lawyer could win this case for me. He said several times that I should have made a deal with management at the investigation meeting, agreed to remove some of the “offensive" videos; and he’s not the first to say that! I’m actually very tired with people giving me advice and criticism for my handling of faits accompli. What’s more I still think, in all honesty, that in light of the suspicious circumstances I made the right decision and was wise not to trust them. I think it would have done me no good for reasons that I’ve explained, see: and: .

I was becoming increasingly disheartened and annoyed with the man. I began to protest and he said: “Look, don’t get me wrong. If you’re talking to me privately and off the record I agree with you. I do think what happened to you looks very suspicious and it’s very likely that you were stitched up... but it’s one thing to say that to you informally, another thing entirely to prove it at a tribunal.” He then went on to say that in all his years of legal practice, close to two decades, he’d never ever heard of another case like mine. “It’s a very strange situation, Ben.” he said. “Very strange indeed.” I thanked him and hung up. I’m not angry really; after all, I made it clear I couldn’t pay him unless we won.

What I really need now to proceed is direct evidence. As I’ve said before, I have overwhelming circumstantial evidence, but nothing direct. What I mean by direct evidence is something that positively proves that the case against me was bogus: like a memo between managers arranging to fake the complaint or somebody in the know on the inside blowing the whistle. Ideally I’d like anybody out there who knows anything about what’s happened to me to please come forward. Contact me privately, in the strictest of confidence. I would be so grateful!

Sunday 29 April 2012

Happy Birthday David Icke!

Today is the birthday of David Icke. He’s 60 years old. Six decades and still the Illuminati have not beaten him! I think they’d better just call it a day and quit now; what do you reckon?

Happy birthday, David!

Friday 27 April 2012

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Richplanet TV

Ben Emlyn-Jones has been interviewed a second time on Richplanet TV. He was interviewed before back in 2010; in those days it was called The Richplanet Starship, see here for that programme: . The second interview covers two programmes.
Part 1 is all about Ben’s discharge from the Hospital Portering Service, see here for background: . (It’s also the 100th currently available Richplanet TV show; congratulations Richard!)
Part 2 is where he and Richard D Hall discuss other subjects like UFO’s and institutional child abuse. It also contains a brief report into an amazing recent UFO event in Yorkshire.
The first programme was broadcast on the 20th of May 2012 and the second on the 27th of May on Showcase TV, which can be found in the UK on Sky channel 201. Both programmes are now available to watch free online. See:

Thursday 26 April 2012

BBC makes UFO Conspiracy Road Trip

It has come to my attention that the BBC are making a programme about people who believe in UFO’s. From what I’ve seen this programme is going to be very similar to the infamous production, 9/11 Conspiracy Road Trip. It will feature the same presenter and involve the same kind of format: He takes people on a coach trip all round the United States showing them places where ABC conspiratorial legend is supposed to have happened etc, see: . The Corporation has put calls out for people who believe in UFO’s to audition for the show. I can’t go because it involves foreign travel and I don’t have a passport (See: ), but if I could I probably would choose not to. This is because the BBC employ psychologists, and that covers a multitude of sins, but some are rumoured to have been trained by Derren Brown and you only have to watch one of his shows to realize the danger there! The 9/11 programme turned Charlie Veitch into a believer in the official story of 9/11 overnight.

If anybody else wants to go I’d advise you not to, but of course it’s entirely up to you. If you do get picked then remember what I’ve said and be on your guard!

Sunday 22 April 2012

Mystery Skin Disease in Vietnam

A mysterious disease is sweeping through Vietnam, see: It begins with rashes on the hands and feet and quickly progresses to failure of the vital organs and death. Nobody knows what’s causing this illness, but it’s already claimed over 170 lives. I wonder if this malady is linked to the terrible environmental damage done to that country during the long, bitter war of the 1960’s and 70’s. The Americans sprayed tons of toxic chemicals, made by Monsanto and Dow, all over the forests to kill the trees and to, supposedly, deny the enemy their hiding place. The results of this sound like a horror film. Almost half a million people were killed on the spot and afterwards mothers went on to produce deformed and stillborn babies. The Americans sent over during the war suffered in the same way.

Monday 16 April 2012

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Alternative Future Radio

I’ve been interviewed on Alternative Future Radio. I enjoyed this show very much and I got out a lot of great information; Mark and Basil are good hosts and they run a series of interesting websites, see:

Here’s a direct link to my show:

It’s also up on YouTube (Poorer quality):

Upcoming Interview on Richplanet TV

Ben Emlyn-Jones will be featured as a guest on the Richplanet TV show next Friday, the 20th of April; and also the following Friday, the 27th. These will be interviews with Richard D Hall and the first programme will centre on his recent experiences at his hospital, see here for background: The second one on the 27th will cover more general subjects. Tune in to Showcase TV at 8PM, (Channel 201 on Sky) The programme will also be available to watch online shortly afterwards, see:

Ben has been featured on Richplanet TV before, see: In those days it was called The Richplanet Starship; it has changed its name but the format of the programme is the same.

Friday 13 April 2012

"The Truth is In There" (YAWN!)

A certain popular brand of chocolate biscuit has just launched a new advert that ruthlessly takes the mickey out of conspiratorially-aware people and those interested in UFO's, see:

Wagon Wheels have been around for a long time; in fact they were commonly placed in my own school lunch-box when I was a kid. They were actually first launched in 1948, the year after Roswell, and the marketing experts in their manufacturers are taking advantage of this fact with this very tongue-in-cheek advertizement. Well, who was it who said: "There's no such thing as bad publicity." Anybody with the brains to understand what's going on will be inspired to actually find out what's going on from watching this.

It reminds me of the old one for "63336", see:

Monday 9 April 2012

Not MORE Zombie Stuff!

Background articles and films:

When I was a child in the 1980’s one of the favourite recreational pastimes for youths were what are known as “Fighting Fantasy” or “Choose Your Own Adventure” literature. These were books in which every scene of the story had an array more than one subsequent scene which the reader could choose from. This led to the story being more of a game than a narrative, and an interactive experience in which the reader quite literally chose their own adventure. Famous examples were Warlock of Firetop Mountain and Citadel of Chaos by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson. I had assumed that with the rising sophistication of computer games since then the popularity of these books would diminish, but it doesn’t seem to have done so significantly. They’re all still in print and on sale, and new titles are being published regularly. I found an example of this the other day in a bookshop when I was shooting the films in Milton Keynes, see the photo at the top (For my film Secrets of Milton Keynes, see: This is a Fighting Fantasy-type book called Can you Survive the Zombie Apocalypse? by Max Brallier (Here’s the author’s website: Once again we see the theme of a Zombie outbreak or Zombie apocalypse appear in our culture at the very same time as the other strange things I discovered, see above in the background articles. And there’s more! At the time of writing, look what’s at the top of the homepage on the Fighting Fantasy website:; another bloody book about Zombies!

Saturday 7 April 2012

Good Mural in Oxford

On the side of the house in Union Street, Oxford, there’s an amazing mural. I’ve been meaning to photograph it for some time and decided I’d waited long enough. As you can see it depicts a young black boy tearing up a US Dollar, or Federal Reserve banknote of some kind. The theme of the painting is one only you, the viewer, can decide, but to me it’s a very iconoclastic and nonConformist image: (Just imagine me doing Brian Sewell’s voice!) A rebellion by youth and innocence, as well as Third World common humanity, against the domination of the Western financial system. The mural is also visible on Google Street.

Oxford is famous for its urban folk art, see: Many of you may have already heard about the Bill Heine’s “Headington Shark” etc; this mural in Union Street is a welcome addition to that tradition.
(Update- 25-2-13)

Tuesday 3 April 2012

Engineered Humans to beat Climate Change

This truly shocked me! I was shocked, but not surprised! See:

Here’s a few choice quotes:
*Induce intolerance to red meat (think lactose intolerance), since livestock farming accounts for a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions.

*Make humans smaller to reduce the amount of energy we each need to consume. This could be done by selecting smaller embryos through preimplantation genetic diagnosis, a technique already in use to screen for genetic diseases. "Human engineering could therefore give people the choice between having a greater number of smaller children or a smaller number of larger children," they write.

*Reduce birthrates by making people smarter, since higher cognitive ability appears linked to lower birthrates. This could be achieved through a variety of means, including better schooling, electrical stimulation of the brain and drugs designed to improve cognitive ability, they propose.

*Treat people with hormones, such as oxytocin, to make us more altruistic and empathetic. As a result, people would be more willing to act as a group and more sensitive to the suffering of animals and other people caused by climate change.

Engineering the Earth
Frustration with the gap between measures to address climate change and rising greenhouse gas emissions has prompted a colorful array of geoengineering, or planet-altering, solutions. These include pumping sulfur particles or other aerosols into the atmosphere to reflect the sun's warmth back out into space; seeding the oceans with iron to prompt algal blooms that would, in theory, suck carbon out of the atmosphere and eventually tuck it away in the seafloor; and perhaps most realistically, pumping the excess carbon into reservoirs and storing it there.

So, let’s make a list:
1. Genetically modified humans
2. Eugenics
3. Population reduction
4. Mind control
5. Chemtrails
6. Filling the ocean with iron

Remember, a real scientist is saying this, but if you think this is going on you’re just a “crazy Conspiracy Theorist”; and if you disagree they’ll rip out your heart and blow up your children, see:

See here for more background: