Wednesday, 10 May 2006

The Disclosure Project

The Disclosure Project is a non-profit research project working to fully disclose the facts about UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and classified advanced energy and propulsion systems.

We have over 400 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret.

In 2001 Dr Steven Greer and about 20 witnesses of the Disclosure Project spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, in front of every major world media network. You may be wondering - "if that is the case why have I never heard of them before?" The answer is simple, because hardly any of the media networks ever mentioned The Disclosure Project and those that did barely touched on the subject.

This conference was also broadcasted live on the internet but viewers were unable to watch anything for the first hour as the broadcast was jammed externally, says Dr Steven Greer. Conspiracy? I don't know. What I know is that now you can watch The Disclosure Project videos on-line in sites like Google Video and You Tube. I've embedded the video below to save you lazy surfers from searching. Enjoy ;)

Everyday I come more and more to the conclusion that reality is way weirder than we're led to believe.

Thursday, 27 April 2006

Piracy worse than child pornography!

"Although sentencing varies in the US, the new law does send a very strange message as to what the government considers 'bad' in the 21st century.

For example assaulting a police officer will get you five years, downloading child porn will get you seven years, assaulting without a weapon will get you ten years and aggravated assault six years.

So in other words if you copy a Disney CD and sell it you will be in the same league as a paedophile who is distributing pictures of sexual attacks on children.

If you copy Craig David's CD you get ten years, but if you punch him in the face and pummel him into a seven day coma you will only get six."


Full article at:

Monday, 24 April 2006 is an audio visual news website with an alternative view. They record five news shows a week that last between 10 to 30 minutes each. Even though it is obvious that isn't striving for a sleek presentation, I find these news clips way more enjoyable (and more believable) than the bluntly biased and propaganda filled main stream news channels.

You can watch their most recent show or any of the archived shows at You may also subscribe to the podcast.

Thursday, 13 April 2006

Spychips (RFID) Book

Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID

"The book makes a very persuasive case that some of America's biggest companies want to embed tracking technology into virtually everything we own, and then study our usage pattens 24 hours a day. It's a truly creepy book and well worth reading." ~ Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe technology reporter

"Brilliantly written... so full of fascinating vignettes and facts that I can't put it down." ~ Author Claire Wolfe

"Spychips is one of the best privacy books in many years… The privacy movement needs a book. I nominate Spychips." ~ Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

Saturday, 25 March 2006

Charlie Sheen - government cover-up of 9/11

Finally! Some main stream media coverage that actually is willing to discuss the facts, rather than immediately ridiculing and dismissing "conspiracy theorists" without even looking at the evidence they are presenting.

CNN's Showbiz Tonight covered, for the past week, Charlie Sheen's recent controversial comments on the Alex Jones radio show about his beliefs that the government is covering up what really happened in the attacks of 911.

The following is a 10 minute clip of one Showbiz Tonight episode covering Carlie Sheen's comments.

In an online CNN poll - 83% of people "agree with Charlie Sheen that the U.S. government covered up the real events of the 9/11 attacks".

Thursday, 9 March 2006

Captain May

If you care about the worrying state of the world today, listen carefully to Captain May's interview on The Edge Show radio.

After listening, if you want to find out more, you can start by exploring some of the links on the right hand side of this blog or go to and start acting.

For an extensive biography of Captain May, visit Captain May and Ghost Troop — 3/7 Cavalry.

Wednesday, 8 March 2006

Guantanamo - Still going

Through his lawyer, Mr Odah described his treatment during his hunger strike.

"First they took my comfort items away from me. You know, my blanket, my towel, my long pants, then my shoes. I was put in isolation for 10 days."

"They came in and read out an order. It said if you refuse to eat, we will put you on the chair [for force feeding]."

He told how detainees were given "formulas" to force them to empty their bowels and were strapped to a metal chair three times a day, where a tube was inserted to administer food.

"One guy, a Saudi, told me that he had once been tortured in Saudi Arabia and that this metal chair treatment was worse than any torture he had ever endured or could imagine," Mr Odah said.

~ extract from BBC News, Guantanamo man tells of 'torture'

You can listen to the interview and hear the most unbelievable words coming out from the mouth of an American representative of the Guantanamo jail!

Can someone please tell me what makes the US above all law? And why aren't we all protesting about this? Argh.

Friday, 3 March 2006

Mahatma Gandhi: Wisdom to absorve

"What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty or democracy?"

"Whenever you are confronted by an opponent conquer him with love."

"You must be the change you want to see in the world."

"Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."

Sunday, 26 February 2006

What the bleep do we know?!

What the Bleep do We Know?! movie presents an unusual format of half documentary, half film about the world of quantum physics and what the latest discoveries in this field reveal, with a slight spiritual slant. The documentary side of the movie is the most scientific with scientists interviews. While the storyline of the film focuses on a female photographer and how her mental attitude affects her daily life.

The documentary concludes that the apparently chaotic quantum field is actually influenced by our thoughts, positive or negative. Some may find this thought terrifying by itself. Others may find it comforting to know they have some level of control over the physical world. I guess it all depends on how much each one of us is in control of our thoughts.

Trailer of What the Bleep do We Know?!

"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes."
~ Carl Gustav Jung

Friday, 24 February 2006

Advertising's Purpose

We all take advertising as an acceptable part of our lives. Noam Chomsky's view regarding the purpose of advertising is way more sinister than most of us would suspect and yet very compelling. Read on.

"When you turn on the television set the corporation doesn't make any money. You don't pay them when you turn it on, unless it's cable! So the resources and the creativity and the effort on the whole television industry goes into advertising.

In fact, within the television industry there are words like "content" and "feel". The content is the advertising, the feel is the car chasing that keeps you watching until the next ad comes along.

But the advertising is there for a purpose. It's to turn people into creatures who's only concern in life is to max out their five credit cards and not to pay attention to what's going on on the world and let the rich powerful guys do what they want without any interfeerence."
~ Noam Chomsky

Thursday, 23 February 2006

Chris Martin is f*cking angry!

"CM: [...] But it is cool to learn about the Roman Empire. In the future they'll be unearthing statues of George Bush!

MJ: Do you consider yourself a political person or Coldplay a political band?

CM: No, I'd consider us a band interested in certain aspects of politics because it affects us just as much as it affects everybody else. I don't want the Third World to become the Fourth World any more than anybody else does. That's the one thing about when you actually visit a place where there is immense poverty: You see the reasons why, and it makes you fucking angry. Because it's just going to come back and haunt America and haunt England if they—if we—don't do something about it. This is tremendously clichéd stuff. But unfortunately it's all true."

Read the full interview at Mother Jones.

Wednesday, 22 February 2006

"Truth... is worth a shot."

I thought I would share a couple of quotes that eloquently explain how and why it's easy to hide the truth from the masses. It makes total sense to me.

"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."
~ J. Edgar Hoover

"...the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie..."
~ Adolf Hitler, 1925 Mein Kampf

"Truth," is not always accepted by the masses, yet as father said to me..."it's worth a shot!"
~ (unknown source)

Friday, 17 February 2006

Weapons of Mass Destruction


"Whether long range weapon or suicide bomber
Wicked mind is a weapon of mass destruction

Whether you're soar away sun or BBC 1
Misinformation is a weapon of mass destruc

You could a Caucasian or a poor Asian
Racism is a weapon of mass destruction

Whether inflation or globalization
Fear is a weapon of mass destruction

Whether Halliburton or Enron or anyone
Greed is a weapon of mass destruction

We need to find courage, overcome
Inaction is a weapon of mass destruction
Inaction is a weapon of mass destruction
Inaction is a weapon of mass destruction


~ Lyrics by Faithless

Tuesday, 14 February 2006

Documentary - 911 Loose Change

Loose Change Final Cut trailer

Loose Change is a documentary about the attacks of 11th September 2001. The film claims that not only some members of the US government knew the attacks were going to happen but they actually made them happen. This is a well put together film which should be watched by anyone that believes in the official story of the events of 911.

Below are a few comments from the Loose Change film website.

"Loose Change 2nd Edition" is the follow-up to the most provocative 9-11 documentary on the market today.

This film shows direct connection between the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the United States government.

Evidence is derived from news footage, scientific fact, and most important, Americans who suffered through that tragic day.


Dr. Parenti and globalization

Dr. Michael Parenti is "A prolific author, a charismatic speaker, and a regular guest on radio and television talk shows, Parenti communicates his message in an accessible, provocative, and historically informed style that is unrivaled among fellow progressive activists and thinkers."

And humourous too - definetly a must see. That is if you are interested in issues like globalisation, terrorism and conspiracies. : )

Dr. Parenti's speech (2002)

The above speech is one hour long. You can watch the full thing on Google Video.

Friday, 3 February 2006

U.S. spyplane bearing U.N. colours. Uh?!

"George Bush considered provoking a war with Saddam Hussein's regime by flying a United States spy plane over Iraq bearing UN colours, enticing the Iraqis to take a shot at it, according to a leaked memo of a meeting between the US President and Tony Blair."

"Now that plainly looks as if it is deception, and it raises questions of legality, both in terms of domestic law and international law. - Mr Sands told Channel 4 News last night"

~ in The Independent

And these are the people that rule us. Who votes for these nuts?

Thursday, 2 February 2006

Documentary: The Corporation

"Stories of child labour, privatized rainwater in Bolivia, chemical pollutants, links between synthetically produced milk and cancer in The States, compromised news broadcasters like Fox, and on and on and on, are the stuff of pure terror."

"...this is one movie with its finger firmly pushing the emergency alarm. For once you should believe the hype, you need to see this."
~ in BBC Collective

The Corporation trailer

Read The Corporation reviews.
Visit The Corporation website.

Tuesday, 31 January 2006

Can goverments blackmail?

Apparently so:

"...the [U.S.] government recently subpoenaed records from all of the major ISP's and search engines. Not surprisingly, almost all of these companies complied with the subpoenas. Only Google objected. As a result of attempting to protect both its trade secrets and the public perception of privacy, Google was rewarded by an immediate drop in its stock price." ~ in The Register, Published Tuesday 31st January 2006

Tuesday, 24 January 2006

Deliberate torture by the CIA

"Mr Marty began his investigation in November and presented his interim report to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg on Tuesday morning.

In his report, he said "rendition" - the secret transport of prisoners via Europe to third countries where they may have been tortured - seemed to have affected more than 100 people in recent years.

Mr Marty's report talks about CIA activities challenging the very functioning of the law-based state and its democratic foundation.

"Acts of torture or severe violation of detainees' dignity through the administration of inhuman or degrading treatment are carried out outside national territory, and beyond the authority of national intelligence services...

"It is highly unlikely that European governments, or at least their intelligence services, were unaware,"
the report said."
~ BBC News

Monday, 23 January 2006

"Free" news media

"In a capitalist "democracy" like the United States, the corporate news media faithfully reflect the dominant class ideology both in their reportage and commentary. At the same time, these media leave the impression that they are free and independent, capable of balanced coverage and objective commentary. How they achieve these seemingly contradictory but legitimating goals is a matter worthy of study.

Some critics complain that the press is sensationalistic and invasive. In fact, it is more often muted and evasive. More insidious than the sensationalistic hype is the artful avoidance. Truly sensational stories (as opposed to sensationalistic) are downplayed or avoided outright. Sometimes the suppression includes not just vital details but the entire story itself, even ones of major import.

Reports that might reflect poorly upon the national security state are least likely to see the light of day. Thus we hear about political repression perpetrated by officially designated "rogue" governments, but information about the brutal murder and torture practiced by U.S.-sponsored surrogate forces in the Third World, and other crimes committed by the U.S. national security state are denied public airing, being suppressed with a consistency that would be called "totalitarian" were it to occur in some other countries."
~ Michael Parenti

The complete article is available at:

Friday, 20 January 2006

U.S. Policy of Abuse Undermines Rights Worldwide

In his introductory essay to the World Report, Roth writes that it became clear in 2005 that U.S. mistreatment of detainees could not be reduced to a failure of training, discipline or oversight, or reduced to “a few bad apples,” but reflected a deliberate policy choice embraced by the top leadership.

Evidence of that deliberate policy included the threat by President George W. Bush to veto a bill opposing “cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment,” Roth writes, and Vice President Dick Cheney’s attempt to exempt the Central Intelligence Agency from the law. In addition, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales claimed that the United States can mistreat detainees so long as they are non-Americans held abroad, while CIA Director Porter Goss asserted that “waterboarding,” a torture method dating back to the Spanish Inquisition, was simply a “professional interrogation technique.”

Full article at: Human Rights Watch

Tuesday, 17 January 2006

2006: Bush's Waterloo?

"2006 is sure to be the year of living dangerously -- for the Bush administration and for the rest of us."

"... determined as this administration has been to impose its version of reality on us, the president faces a traffic jam of reality piling up in the environs of the White House. The question is: How long will the omniscient and dominatrix-style fantasies of Bushworld, ranging from "complete victory" in Iraq to nonexistent constitutional powers to ignore Congress, the courts, and treaties of every sort, triumph over the realities of the world the rest of humanity inhabits. Will an unconstrained presidency continue to grow -- or not?"

"Iraq is a minefield for the Bush administration. Prepare for it to blow this year."

Monday, 16 January 2006

The Burden of Responsibility

"Most people prefer to believe their leaders are just and fair even in the face of evidence to the contrary, because once a citizen acknowledges that the government under which they live is lying and corrupt, the citizen has to choose what he or she will do about it.

To take action in the face of a corrupt government entails risks of harm to life and loved ones. To choose to do nothing is to surrender one's self-image of standing for principles. Most people do not have the courage to face that choice. Hence, most propaganda is not designed to fool the critical thinker but only to give moral cowards an excuse not to think at all."

Ah, don't we hate having the responsibility of defining our future?

Sunday, 15 January 2006

Quotes of wisdom

"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

"One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything."
~ Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts."
~ Bertrand Russell

"Our life is a long and arduous quest after Truth."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

"Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
~ Edmund Burke

Friday, 13 January 2006

Secrets of the Matrix

Last weekend I watched a documentary (or rather a marathon speech and presentation) by David Icke entittled Secrets Of The Matrix - "Live" at Brixton Academy in London.

Icke started on his quest to wake up the world in 1990, which started pretty much with his massive ridicule on the Wogan tv show. Those of you that have heard about this man, I can hear you thinking - "oh is this lunatic again". Lunatic or not, I find that most people make judgments based on the general consensus instead of forming an informed independent decision about someone's integrity and credibility. Those that give him a chance will most likely come out saying - "He does make some fair points!".

In his presentation David Icke offers a possible explanation for all the madness that has been going on the world right from the beginnings of civilization. And though even I admit that some of his stuff (such as about aliens ruling the Earth!) is a bit out there, I do find that a lot of it, specially the section on spirituality and politics, makes a lot of sense. But don't take my words for it, go watch it. If nothing else, at least for the entertainment value.

Thursday, 12 January 2006

Destination Police State

The Independent
Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey
"Britain is to become the first country in the world where the movements of all vehicles on the roads are recorded. A new national surveillance system will hold the records for at least two years."

Times Online
Nationwide spy system to track millions of car journeys a day
"The system will automatically alert police if a car is stolen, if road tax has not been paid, if the MoT is out of date or if the driver is uninsured."

Dailly News
'Big Brother' plan for UK road network
"The massive database of 35 million number plates per day will be installed in Hendon, north London, by March 2006 with plans already afoot to increase the storage period to five years."

The Independent
Surveillance UK: why this revolution is only the start
"The new national surveillance network for tracking car journeys, which has taken more than 25 years to develop, is only the beginning of plans to monitor the movements of all British citizens. The Home Office Scientific Development Branch in Hertfordshire is already working on ways of automatically recognising human faces by computer, which many people would see as truly introducing the prospect of Orwellian street surveillance, where our every move is recorded and stored by machines."

Yahoo news
Big Brother' scheme for road network
"Every car journey in Britain will be monitored from next year under a nationwide scheme covering all motorways, main roads, towns, cities, ports and petrol stations, a report said."

Once again we watch quietly while our rights are being gently stolen away.

Wednesday, 4 January 2006

911 - A dolorosa verdade

"We realize there is no change for the better unless people unite to make it happen. This has been proven time and again throughout history. The most important societal improvements have always come from grassroots movements: The PEOPLE insisted. Remember, the politicians didn't lead, they followed, once they knew their constituencies insisted upon change." ~

O site fundado por Jimmy Walter une forças das mais variadas investigaçoes individuais, a favor da re-abertura da verdadeira investigação da catástrofe de 11 de Setembro de 2001.

O site contem um enorme agregado de evidencia que prova que os ataques foram cuidadosamente planeados e orquestrados pelo governo do próprio país.

Cada vez estou mais convencido que a realidade é realmente bem mais estranha que qualquer ficção imaginavel!