Saturday, 10 December 2016


What is new? Banning freedom of speech? Banning certain Newspapers from Universities, stopping blogs? The internet world and the real world are becoming fraught with tension. We must keep freedom of speech. After the last few weeks when I think my friends are brainwashed, it is essential that we continue debating. It is fun, it is interesting and it is enlightening. You don't have to believe that Obama has a dodgy Birth Certificate and parentage and Michelle Obama is a man, but you must be able to do your own research. From my point of view I do not see why it matters.  As for Pizzagate being so called  fake news, God forbid any child gets murdered because we did not believe Julien Assange and the FBI are too frightened to fight and round the Clinton's people tend to get popped off. Fake News, what rubbish?. By the way this was written all about in David Icke's The Biggest Secret which he wrote in 1998.  This book says it all. So nothing new.
The other day a friend said we have to believe Wikileaks their record, up to a few weeks ago before the election was never questioned. I believe Julien Assange's integrity to be correct however in this mad world of uncovering espionage we should still question and argue everything. Breitbart is rude, The Daily Mail, gossipy with a few important messages on page 8 or thereabouts, The Sun is beloved by the working man, Infowars is eccentric and Alex Jones is outrageous lastly Drudge Report, without all these valuable and excited journalists The New York Times and CNN might start being believed We therefore must fight choice. The fact that the Democrats lost the election is not because of the Newspapers it is just that the people are not as thick as the political parties would like us to be and they are fighting back the corruption and sleeze of the left. Whatever job we have for the most part the Internet is an educator as are Newspapers. Always remember to take back your information to it's orginal source.

The point in this open world of the Internet user is to not tell lies. Better you put it all out there and we the reader can decide what we wish to believe and follow.  The blatant dishonesty surrounding both elections by MSM, of Brexit and the USA have fueled discourse and half my friends I do not care if I ever see again. They have a refusal to believe anything outside their narrow comfort zone. They want to live in a Nanny State where they a spoonfed. They don't like to think about how their world pays for The National Health, Education, Police, Obamacare. Whatever side of the Ocean and in whatever country facts are facts. Mostly our wellfare is paid for by wars which make the most money. Taxes are paid for by the the ailng Middleclasses whilst the elite will always find ways to escape. A few people pay for huge amount of unemployed. If you don't like refugees then stop fighting the hell out of places like Syria, but of course this is a game about oil, blood and gold. Fight the good fight with Freedom of Speech and words, not with weapons.

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