The Broad Picture

Overstanding what they're doing.

The Occupy Movement

Firstly that logo should have any symbolically literate person sceptical.

The first Occupy website was registered by a lady called Pauline Aquas to an office being ‘occupied’ by The Lucis Trust in United Nations Plaza in New York no less.


And of course this is nothing new:

“At the convention [meeting sponsored by Business International for their clients and heads of government] men from Business International tried to buy up a few radicals. They offered to finance our demonstrations in Chicago. We were offered Esso (Rockefeller owned) money. They want us to make a lot of radical commotion.” – James Simon Kunen ‘The Strawberry Statement – Notes of a College Revolutionary”

“Young people have no conception of the strategy ‘pressure from above and pressure from below’. They have no idea that they are playing into the hands of the establishment they claim to hate. The radicals think they are fighting the forces of the super-rich like Rockefeller and Ford, and don’t realise that it is precisely such forces which are behind their own ‘revolution’, financing it and using it for their own purposes.” – Jerry Kirk (Black Panther)


So once again it’s Rockefeller money subsidising the Occupy Movement. An individual higher up in the banking fraternity you couldn’t possibly wish to find, and yet he and his cotery instigate attack of their own institution.

“We will lead every revolution against us!” – Theodor Herzl.

This information should have us ask some very pertinent questions about what the possible motivations could be for them in having large numbers of people congregating out on the streets and in public places.

One possibility could be that the prospect of people beginning to organise outside of the conventional resistance methods eg EDL, Anti War Coalition (these groups of course being government-funded by proxy) etc etc didn’t suit their interests in the long-term. But whilst we try to understand what happened / what is happening with Occupy it’s very important not to lose sight of the fact that whatever the vehicle for resistance might be, they will look to penetrate it.

Could it be that some of the most effective means through which to damage the control mechanism might perhaps be staring us in the face and that what was required to distract us was the encouragement to fall back onto some of the more age-old tip-toes towards a state of conflict between 1. The oppressed, and 2. The control mechanisms’ enforcement bodies ie; the police and ultimately, should the phenomena gain enough momentum, the Army?

Could it be that they were simply provoking a movement such as this one just to observe what would happen? Perhaps test just how pissed off the nation is as a whole. “Just how many people will pull themselves away from their jobs and their financial commitments to rally around high streets and outside of banks etc?”. “How much room do we actually have currently? It’s in our interests to gauge what the atmosphere is amongst the swathes of individuals who don’t bother to go to the polling booths?”

Well we certainly jumped through the hoops. The ‘Occupy’ movement should be made a more striking lesson for us rather than it is for them.

Also we mustn’t lose sight of how this movement appears to the average person who comes back from a hard days work, is rightfully a bit sick of the banks and what-have-you and may have even considered getting behind a group like this. What do they see as an alternative to their dead-end job and their taxes being pished away on weapons and war and the strengthening of the machine? Well they see tents erected in squares and within roundabouts. Naturally the media promotes this sight heavily because in the subconscious mind of the viewer the alternative appears to be destitution, poverty, living in a tent somewhere cooking on a gas stove if you’re lucky. “But we need our government and the banks, without them I’d be wet through and frozen.”

You’ve got to hand it to them they’re clever… and after everything we’re still not rising to the play.

Once peaceful people congregate in large numbers it then becomes very easy for them to use their own operatives to instigate violence, which then in turn will be used in the controlled media to further blacken the reputations of people who the viewer may have otherwise been sympathetic towards. (we’ve seen this done many times)



It’s unfortunate but footage like that would never air on the BBC, so the majority continue ill-informed and misguided about what’s happening on the ground. Eventually seeing footage of large-scale disorder such as the riots in London and neighbouring cities in Summer 2011. It’s my belief that much of this disruption was instigated and almost certainly provoked by the police.

There’s also the issue of course that the more disruption there is on street level, the more police will be required and most importantly – “Surely police need more powers of arrest / We need to be able to apply tougher measures on ‘Domestic Terrorists’, more police, and in addition easier methods through which to identify ‘trouble makers’.”

So you can spin this shit a lot of ways, and there’s a lot of ways through which they stand to gain in terms of strengthening this machine. In fact, they’re the only ones to gain.

We need to think much more carefully about what we’re doing. Personally I’ve never been an advocate of protesting. It’s counter-productive and it looks like my instincts served me well.

I’ll end with an excellent quote that should point anyone in a better direction.

“We cannot control what is going to happen in the future, but how we use our individual and collective coherency will influence the evolutionary outcome of what this reactionary, non-thinking, exploitative, beast has in mind. We cannot out-fight them because they invented that kind of death, we can only out-think them. Every provocation throughout history has been to get us at some point to try to out-fight them. The Gorilla Warrior of the future is going to be the one that thinks” – John Trudell.

Be a true Gorilla Warrior.



1.James Simon Kunen –


Iran – Part 1

… because I’m sure there’ll be another part.

You should be aware of the drone Iran shot down.

Western media is continuously throwing stones at the country, with provocative stories attempting to conjure up a ‘fly in the ointment’ wave of public opinion amongst Western readers. And you can visit the Middle East section of the Financial Times website to see headlines (plural) of a defamotory nature relating to Iran on a daily basis.

If there’s a fly in the ointment in the Middle East it’s the US floating around the Persian Gulf… etc.


That’s doing the rounds at the minute. Title reads ‘Iran meet US navy 5th fleet. Is Russia gonna join the party – They said they will back Iran’

It’s enough to make you weep innit. (the cretin who dremt the title up). Is that training, is it 5 years old, is it off South America; Hard to know, but if that’s now and in the Persian Gulf, then these wankers are playing a dangerous game.

Perspective from the East :


Iran shouldn’t be feared, Western ‘Leaders’ should. It’s important to have a handle on Iran’s nuclear energy policy as opposed to the difference in plutonium enrichment levels required for nuclear weapons (which I don’t think Iran is interested in, but regardless – so what if they were; good luck to em’), because Western media will try to deceive you in this respect counting on you not being savvy with the specifics. If you aren’t, try and find the time to look into it.

To understand more about Iran the following docs ten years old, but still a good introduction :


It would be advisable not to doubt the determination of Western ‘leaders’ to have the world plunge toward the abyss of World War 3 (not that I think World War 2 ever ended as I’ve said before, I just use the term for ease of differentiating) as quickly as possible and it should be obvious by now that either A) This is what they want, or B) They couldn’t care less if a global military conflict unfolds. “The more death the better”. Remember when the internet is turned off we’ll be like babies.

This is the most important section of this post.

Unfortunately there is still a hardcore of clueless bastards out there forever willing to repeat exactly what they’ve been subliminally programmed with over the previous years, because those in control have still got the telly amongst their armoury of primary weapons :


… and a lot of them.

They’ve got a monopoly on the subconscious mind of the majority we know.

It’s never too late to push a pin in their sides. Whilst individual efforts might be a drop in the ocean, collectively a difference really can be made and people are doing the following :

  1. Don’t hold a bank account and if you do remove money from it as soon as it goes in (watch the below video to know why this is important). An account with the Post Office (UK) is a better temporary measure.
  2. Don’t pay tax, things like council tax, parking tickets etc – pay absolutely nothing into the machine. Things like Council Tax etc are revenue based statutes, so you should be pursuing Common Law to remove consent when efforts are made to bully you (Search terms such as ‘Freeman Movement’ to link yourself to reading about how to go about this).
  3. Turn your TV off. This is one of the easiest but most effective measures you can take.
  4. Don’t vote.

Immigrants & Benefits

This is being peddled heavily by the media prostitutes currently in the UK. They’re trying to get you to angry about 380,000 or so allegedly illegal immigrants who’ve come to the UK from elsewhere in the world and are now not working, but claiming benefits. (This is approx 60 GBP per week and is called ‘Job Seekers Allowance’.

Ok, this goes back to the foreign and domestic policy of the time when decisions were made about lacks control for those entering into the country. Again I’m not going to get bogged down in all of the technicalities because the intentions are always simple :

1. Make the indigenous population feel isolated and angry.

2. Erode sense of national pride and or culture.

Once this is achieved to any extent the advantages for ‘them’ are many and varied. And so, today we have the ‘story’ plastered anywhere and everywhere billed as ‘the most important thing we could find for you to dedicate your conscious mind toward’.


Re; Harriet Sergeant – There is very little useful background information about her on the web. Not even a wiki page, and as always I want to know exactly who someone is before I listen to them. It’s essential to know what groups an individual featured in political debate has allegiances with before giving any credence. Who is she?

What we’re seeing here is just another distraction in the political comic book. Imagine Marvel images of “POW” and “SLAM” and “BIFF” flashing in front of you. This is what they do. Expenses, Oil Spill, Flu Virus, Concordia, Phone Tapping, Immigrants, Unemployment, Crisis Crisis Crisis. Like how a newspaper, has one main story, surrounded by ‘Free DVD’ adverts and usually a celebrity bimbo gossip column on the right. The person starts reading the story or the headline but their research showed that the mind is unable to concentrate on one issue and is easily distracted by the bold colours around the story, constant confusion.

Breast implants, Libya, Tesco share prices, Crisis, Terror terror terror, Breast implants, terror, then finish off with a light-hearted story to have you fall back into your lull. Adam Curtis called it the ‘Oh-Dear Mentality’. And it works! They rely on four things;

1. You’re too busy with your own problems.

2. That you’re constantly in a state of confusion.

3. That you concentrate solely on what they deem worthy of your concentration. Never deviate from the accepted world view.

4. That you’re in a continual state of fear subconsciously. (In this case a number of things. The two I mentioned early on in this post, Erode sense of national pride and or culture, Loss of ‘English jobs’ for English people. Cost on a personal level.

If I were you I would pay little credence to this story, but as I’ve mentioned Adam Curtis I’ll post one of his docs that IS worth paying attention to :




Source of note :

I like this guys channel. He uploads a lot of segments from all the usual political programmes. I had thought originally that he was doing this as proof of some of the things that get aired on mainstream television but after reading some of his info-panels unfortunately I don’t think he gets the larger picture at all. Still, this is a good channel to subscribe to I think, and if nothing else, it allows you to post a comment with your own opinion and hopefully reach someone who’s being suckered-in by it all.

Who I Am

It has been suggested a number of times by people who appreciate my viewpoint that I do a blog. What has made me decide to finally do it is that I often comment on Youtube videos, but If I want to go back and copy what I’ve previously written on any particular subject and paste it into conversations with someone else, invariably the comment has sunk down many pages and I probably can’t be bothered to search for it (this would be a good improvement for Youtube developers, being able to search through your own comment history, but I don’t think they’re really interested in making actual improvements to the site. What they are interested in doing is making the exchange of information more difficult).

A little about me, ie; the relevent stuff. I started following politics when I was in my early teens. This was very much a paradox bearing in mind the lifestyle I was leading. After a few years of following politics, what should happen is that you should begin to see patterns emerging. There are many factors why someone perhaps might not. It’s possible that being young and having a mind that had gone largely untampered with it was a relatively natural process. When these patterns became noticable I started reading psychology, given that this is what politics is essentially when you get behind the circus handed to the public. I read Behold A Pale Horse Cometh by the time I’d reached my twenties which is a strange book containing a very curious language. It’s a grim account of agendas but once absorbed gives an excellent world view and the direction one takes from there will allways be built upon a good solid foundation of understanding.

In approx 2005 I really began to get stuck into ‘people’. I was tired of the mantra of “It’s the Labour Party, It’s Tony Blair, It’s George Bush, It’s Dick Cheney etc” No. It’s thousands of people and it’s an undercurrent of serious psychological problems that always runs in tandem with people who are desperate to gain more money / more power. When I say I got stuck into people what I mean is I began to compile a list. Each person who was added to the list I researched and placed next to their name what organisations they were affiliated with, what companies they were involved with and some of the more notable criminal activity they had been involved with. This took thousands and thousands of hours but it was an excellent learning method for me. Again, like with politics you begin to see patterns emerging. For instance you might have one man allegedly in the Conservative Party in England, then you might have another in The Labour Party. These two individuals are pitted against each other in what I call ‘The Political Comic Book’ or sometimes ‘The Chicken Coup’, but hold on, they’re both on the board of British Aerospace… and wait, they’ve both got shares in Imperial Tobacco, they’re also both members of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. Once you see these patterns it’s an excellent tool into seeing through the false conflict (I’m going to paste a comment I made on Youtube today describing this false conflict). The list I speak of now contains approx 3000 names and spans around 400 pages of raw information in text form.

To be honest this is the really important stuff from my background. The rest is sales jobs and driving jobs. The most vital information for you is that I’m not someone attached to any political organisations, secret societies and can’t be pigeon-holed at all. I’m simply a man using my whole mind and it’s instincts, which if you work hard enough at, eventually simbiotically work together and it becomes very difficult indeed for them to lead you along.

It’s all very complicated and what have you, but for a first post this will have to about do you.

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