World gone totally mad – and my head hurts

Everything that I
write about on this blog, I generally source from TV, Radio, Newspapers, online news
agencies and other blogs.

I spend a lot of
time researching, ensuring that what I write is factually correct, although the
 interpretations of those facts are my

Last night I
watched a video.  I don’t often watch
video’s and rarely ones on Google, as I have not really  been too interested in the way out conspiracy theories
which most of the videos promote, but someone suggested that I watch this one.

Its 45 minutes
long, and presented in a format that I like, stand up comedy/burlesque, so it
made watching it so much easier, but the underlying information that was being
presented was far from comic, but its compelling to watch.  You need to watch it, or everything else below has little value.  No, its not a video review, its your future, so dont give up on it, keep watching.

When it finished,
I made some coffee and sat down watching but not watching the TV for a while,
my mind was whirring away.  Could this
possibly be right, could it all be correct.

So I went and had
a bath, a long soak, but the cogs in my mind were still churning away. 

When I had
finished I decided I needed to see it again, and as it was playing, I was
checking the ‘facts’ that were being presented.

The Google search
engine did its work, and yes, everything in the video checked out.

(the deployments
for the Dorset Regt. for 1914 have disappeared from the official sites, but
other references to the campaign
are here, and the
Dorset’s in 1914 and 1915. I can find reference
that the Hampshire’s
were there in 1916).


So now I am
thinking, if this is right, if this is true, it all fits.  Everything that has happened so far by way of
9/11, being a staged event, the London Bombings, another staged event would all
make sense. 

The morass of legislation
designed for population control all makes sense, both here and in the
US.  The
mad rush for databases, to know about people, who they are, where they are,
what they do, when they do it, their habits, their phone calls, their internet
activity, their emails, the need to know all makes sense.

Then little
things that I have picked up in the newspapers and on TV also make sense, like
US government telling us that we may not need to
upgrade Trident till 2024. 

The announcement
Iran and Venezuela to convert oil sales from dollars to

The strange
question in the House of Commons 2 weeks ago, To ask the Secretary of State for
Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what request has been received from the
Israeli Government for permission for Israeli military aircraft (a) to
enter airspace over and (b) to land at Gibraltar.

Although the
answer was no,
Gibraltar would seem a perfect place to
pick up a few B61-11 nuclear bombs dropped off by a passing American auxiliary

The refusal of
Bush to rule out the use of nuclear weapons if a wider conflict developed.

The involvement
of the Iran

Gordon Browns
visit to
India, which the Indians billed as being C-rated
trip, but was necessary in order to use our influence to win over the Indian
government in case the
US relationship with Pakistan goes astray, or they become a liability.

The constant and
secretive involvement of the Smith
at No11. 

Gordon Browns
words in his speech
India, speaking of the New World Order, which India has been invited to join.

Even Tony Blair
in his interview in Davos on  Sunday
morning on TV spoke in such a way that confounded the pundits, especially in
his demeanour which appeared to be totally preoccupied to the point of almost
looking drunk.  

During the course
of the interview,
the following words were repeated: “Yeah” – 18 times, “You
know” – 46 times, “erm” – 26 times, “Actually” – 16
times, “Look” – 15 times, these words are verbal “tics” and
indicate unease or nervousness., but what he said about the WTO talks, when he
said that in a few months it wouldn’t matter, it will all be over in a few

Davos itself,
where the alliances between governments and business are being drawn up for the
new world order. 

The urgency in
all the government dealings to get legislation passed, to get the ID scheme

The arrogance
with Parliament, as if very soon it wont be needed.

The buying up of
NBC suits and radiation body bags.

The announcement
to deploy troops to key facilities in the

The clown like
antics at the Home Office to distract attention, and the building of ‘camps’
for prisoners.

Police training
for riot and mass public disorder.

The need for
secrecy, hence the gags on FOI

The constant anti
terrorist propaganda.

The need for
money, separated from the usual party funding. Cash for Peerages.

The near silence
of the Opposition parties.


If you have
watched the video, right through, suddenly it all makes perfect sense, and it
all fits. 

I checked the
facts, got as many reference points as possible for each one, and I have
thought over and over again, if its not real, and it doesn’t fit, then just what
is all the legislation and databases for. 
And I don’t have an answer.

Now I need to go
away and think a while, my head hurts…cause if it is real, what the hell
happens next?



About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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0 Responses to World gone totally mad – and my head hurts

  1. Anonymous says:

    What he says about the deployment of the Dorsets is wrong – they were not the first unit deployed on the outbreak of war. In fact I'd go so far as to call this a deliberate lie. The Dorsets were part of an expeditionary force despatched from India in mid-October 1914 (by which time the BEF in France had been almost wiped out in a series of battles from Mons to the Marne to the Aisne). Note that at this time war with Turkey was imminent. The capture of Basra was on 21st November, after war had broken out with Turkey (note also that Turkey had been negotiating with the Germans over when exactly to declare war, which they began by attacking the Russian Black Sea fleet).
    See here for the detail (which you seem to have missed):
    The deployments for the Dorsets haven't “disappeared”. Despite what you might think, there is still a dearth of information online, and it can be hard to find details like this.
    I don't understand why it seems suspicious that, having substantial investments in and around Basra, including its port, it is surprising that Britain should send troops to protect them. Absent a war there was no need to have troops to gain access to the oil, so describing the First World War as “the invasion of Iraq” (which of course did not then exist) is frankly bloody stupid.
    The caricature of the “official” origin of WW1 as being all down to the assassination of FF is feeble in the extreme, and the hand-waving away of other causes just won't do, even in a polemical piece like this.
    It is unsurprising that what was, in terms of the numbers involved, a minor theatre of war should be quite unknown. What do people know of the campaigns in Africa (even if they have seen the African Queen)?
    As for “Peak Oil” people have been peddling this and similar ideas for decades. Others say the problem (if it is a problem, which I seriously doubt) is way off in the future. Given the past record of the prophets of doom, I'm siding with the sceptics on this. “Less and less net energy”? What bollocks. This kind of “We're all doomed” has been popular for at least the last forty years (though the specific main cause of doom changes), and guess what? The predicted doom never happens, yet, as with religious prophets of the end of the world, the believers just go right on believing in defiance of the evidence.
    It is easy, by plucking figures and facts out of context to build up a plausible story, which is basically what Newman has done. Amusing at times, but it doesn't need vast conspiracy theories to explain why a government, particularly one of such an authoritarian bent, would want all these control and surveillance measures. As for the rest, well, in the old saying, never attribute to malice what can be adequately explained by stupidity.