Friday, 27 November 2015


President Putin says that Russia gave the USA prior information about the flight path of the Russian plane.

But, the USA 'leaked' the information to Turkey.


The man who funds ISIS is Bilal Erdogan (above), the son of Turkey's President.

On 15-16 November 2015, Obama met Turkey's president Erdogan at the G20 summit in Antalya, in Turkey.

"Obama and Erdogan agreed to destroy the Russian plane at G20."

Obama and Erdogan agreed to destroy Russian plane at G20

Turkey is evil. And so are its allies, the USA and Israel.

The USA and China conducted a "friendly" military exercise less than a week before the downing of the Russian jet by Turkey.

Some people think that the USA is now trying to ally with China against Russia.

Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia's Jet Fighter by Turkey.

Turkey's President Erdogan visited Brussels in October 2015.

What was being planned?

Video showing that Turkey has a history of planning terrorist attacks.

Russia's top diplomat has called the downing of the Russian plane a 'planned provocation'.

But, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says: "We're not going to war against Turkey."

According to a report in The Jerusalem Post, intelligence cooperation between the Mossad and the Turkish security service, MIT, "was enshrined in a 12-clause agreement that was signed during a 1993 visit to Israel by then-Turkish foreign minister Hikmat Chetin".

Soon after, according to the London-based newsletter Foreign Report, a large Mossad operation was established in Turkey, with Mossad agents based in both Istanbul and Ankara.

The Turkish military is controlled by Israel and the USA.


Kissinger got the Turkish military to invade Cyprus.

The chances are that Israel and the Pentagon gave instructions to Turkey to down the Russian aircraft on 24 November 2015.

Back in 2005, "Turkey was violating Greek airspace as much as 40 times a day."

Downed in 17 seconds? Where Turkey's story of Su-24 violating airspace just does not add up

'They know how it's done': Turkey violated Greek airspace 2244 times in 2014 alone.

A US State Department spokesman has told reporters that the Islamist terrorists in Syria have the right to defend themselves against Russian airstrikes.

US-backed forces have right to self-defense, but others do not - State Department

Russian prime minister Medvedev says "Turkey's actions are de facto protection of Islamic State (ISIS)," .

"This is no surprise, considering the information we have about the direct financial interest of some Turkish officials relating to the supply of oil products refined by plants controlled by ISIS."

Ankara defends ISIS, Turkish officials have financial interest in oil trade with group - PM Medvedev.

Former Vice Chief of Staff of the US Air Force, Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, told Fox News:

"This (Russian) airplane was not making any maneuvers to attack the territory (Turkey)."

Shooting down a Russian plane was a "very bad mistake and showed poor judgment," McInerney said.

Downed in 17 seconds? Where Turkey's story of Su-24 violating airspace just does not add up.

'Turkish jets gave us no warning before shooting' – rescued pilot of downed Russian Su-24.

On 24 November 2015, the 'pro-Israel' state of Turkey, which is run by 'the crypto-Jew' Erdogan, downed a Russian plane which was attacking ISIS inside Syria.

Jewish Control Of Turkey's Military & Flotilla Murders / TURKEY'S ERDOGAN IS JEWISH

The Russian plane came down over Huraytan in Syria.

President Putin says that the Russian plane was hit by a Turkish warplane as it was traveling about a kilometer from the Turkish border.

It was hit by an air-to-air missile launched by a Turkish F-16 jet. 

The crash site is four kilometers away from the Turkish border. 

The plane posed no threat to Turkish national security, says Putin.

Putin says the Russian plane was targeting terrorist targets in the Latakia province of Syria.

"According to the Hmeymim airfield radar, it was the Turkish fighter jet that actually entered Syrian airspace as it attacked the Russian bomber.

"The Turkish fighter jet made no attempts to contact Russian pilots before attacking the bomber..."


"Russian missile cruiser Moskva equipped with the Fort air defense system similar to S-300 will be deployed off Latakia province's coast.

"We warn that every target posing a potential threat will be destroyed,” lieutenant general Sergey Rudskoy has said."

Russia deploys missile cruiser off Syria coast, ordered to destroy any target posing danger.

The 'narco-state' of Turkey makes money from the trade in heroin and the trade in ISIS oil.


"$800,000,000 worth of ISIS oil has been sold in Turkey, a supposed U.S. ally. 

"ISIS trucks are routinely allowed to cross back and forth between the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa and Turkey."

Turkey ordered Putin 'Stop Bombing ISIS' days before jet shoot down

Russia has for a long time been aware of oil going from Syria under the control of terrorists to Turkey.

Putin says:

"ISIS has big money, hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars, from selling oil. 

"In addition they are protected by the military of an entire nation."

The downing of the Russian warplane happened despite Russia signing an agreement with the US to prevent such incidents in Syria, says Putin. 

A Turk called Louai Sakka (above) was reportedly hired by the CIA in 2000. He helped train the 9 11 'hijackers.' MYSTERIOUS TURKEY / 9 11, TURKEY, ISRAEL

According to Putin, it appears that Turkey wants NATO to serve the interests of ISIS.

One of the two pilots of the downed Russian warplane was reported killed by a rebel group as he was parachuting down on the ground after ejecting from the plane. The fate of the second pilot remains unknown.

In 2004, Dr Ertan Bese, of the Turkish National Police Academy, wrote that the underworld economy of Turkey is worth $60bn. This is 25 per cent of Turkeys national income. Much of this $60 billion comes from heroin trafficking. 

Turkey is responsible for between 75 and 90 per cent of all heroin in the UK, according to Mark Galeotti, a former intelligence officer and expert on the Turkish mafia.

The Susurluk Legacy

Thursday, 26 November 2015


Pilger on Paris, ISIS, Propaganda


A month before Paris attack, the Mayor of Molenbeek in Brussels was given a Moslem troublemakers list which included the names Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Salah and Brahim Addeslam.

Brahim and Salah lived in an apartment visible from the Mayor's office.

New York Times

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, a former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury, writes about the Paris Attack Puzzles:

1. "Terrorists attacks attributed to Muslims only fall upon ordinary people, not upon the political elites who oppress the Muslims...

"There has been not a single attack by terrorists on a neocon life...

"The President of France himself ... was sitting in the attacked stadium and could easily have been eliminated by a suicide bomber?

2. "What sort of dumbshit Western media goes along with the passport story - a media well paid to lie for Washington’s hegemony and crimes?

3. "Where are the photographs of the terrorists during their terrorizing? ...

"There were not only abundant security cameras, but also hundreds, even thousands, of people with cell phones that have cameras...

"Terrorism has been unleashed in the Western World, and it is the terrorism of Western governments against Western peoples."

1. "Ibrahim Abdeslam was known to police as a longtime associate of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the top ISIS figure in Belgium. 

"His young brother Salah ... was stopped three times by French police while driving back from Paris to Belgium the night of November 13-14. Each time he was let go.

2. "At one point Abdelhamid Abaaoud was stopped by police, but they let him go...

3. "Terrorist attacks undertaken by groups created and armed by the imperialists become the pretext for a further expansion of the powers of the national security state." 

Brandon Martinez  reports that Fox News planted the fake story establishing ISIS guilt.

1. "Remember those early reports from the Paris attack coverage which claimed that a terrorist 'suspect' had been arrested at the Bataclan theater and told police 'I am from ISIS'?" 

Fox News live report

However, "no suspects were taken into custody alive that day." 

2. We were told that "the gunmen in the Bataclan theater were shouting things like 'this is for Syria' and 'Allahu Akhbar.'

CNN interviewed an eyewitness who was inside the Bataclan concert hall, radio reporter Julien Pearce.

Pearce told Wolf Blitzer: "They (the gunmen) didn't shout anything. They didn’t say anything. Not Allah Akhbar or something like this. They said nothing. They just shot. They just shoot. They were just shooting to people."



Tuesday, 24 November 2015


The Gernat children

The children on the covers of some of the Enid Blyton books are the children of her illustrator, Mary Gernat.

dailymail / Children who inspired Enid Blyton's Famous Five book covers

The Gernat Family

Mary Gernat used her sons Roger, Francis, Nicholas and Justin for the illustrations in the Famous Five and Secret Seven stories.

Above, we see Mary Gernat and her children.

A Mary Gernat illustration

Enid Blyton has sold more than 600,000,000 Books.

Enid Blyton's husband Hugh Pollock once found Enid locked in the bathroom with another woman. 

Hugh Pollock became a secret alcoholic. Pollock entered into a relationship with Ida Crowe. Blyton began a series of affairs, including a lesbian relationship with one of the children's nannies.[97][98]. Blyton divorced Pollock and married met Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters, a London surgeon. 

Above we see the Enid Blyton character called George.

George is a girl.

A Mary Gernat illustration

Mary Gernat lived and worked in Lymington and illustrated over one hundred and twenty book covers for authors such as Enid Blyton, Monica Edwards, Richmal Crompton, Captain W. E. Johns, Frank Richards and the Pullein-Thompson sisters.

At the static void, we read: Was Enid Blyton a Servant of Satan?
"In The Famous Five series one of the child characters is named ‘Dick’, and an adult character is called ‘Fanny’.

"Americans may associate ‘fanny’ with ‘buttocks’.

"In the rest of the English speaking world however ‘fanny’ refers to the female sex organ.

"‘Dick’, I assume is universally recognised by anglophones.

"So here we have two characters, in series of books for young primary school children, named after the female and male genitalia.

Enid Blyton

"Did Ms. BLYTon know of this at the time?
"According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, ‘fanny’ came to mean vulva in 1879.

"Likewise, ‘dick’ has had impure connotations since 1891.

"Ms Blyton, having been born in 1897 should have known, thus we can only assume that this was her intent all along – to have children uttering filthy words, all over the world in their bedrooms."

The static void.

Some some later editions have been altered.
The Faraway Tree's Dame Slap, who made regular use of corporal punishment, was changed to Dame Snap who no longer did so.
The names of Dick and Fanny in the same series were changed to Rick and Frannie.[150] 
Characters in the Malory Towers and St. Clare's series are no longer spanked or threatened with a spanking, but are instead scolded. 
References to George's short hair making her look like a boy were removed in revisions to Five on a Hike Together, reflecting the idea that girls need not have long hair to be considered feminine or normal.[151]

In The Mail, we learn that Enid Blyton did not like her mother.
(Enid Blyton as a barking-mad adulterous bully)

"The first husband didn't work out, so she scrubbed him out.

"Emotionally, Blyton remained a little girl, stuck in a world of picnics, secret-society codes and midnight feasts. It acted as a huge comfort blanket.

"Many of Blyton's obsessions can be traced to her father, who left her mother when Enid was 12. She then seized up emotionally and physically."

Blyton's daughter Imogen Smallwood says: 'My mother was arrogant, insecure and without a trace of maternal instinct. Her approach to life was childlike, and she could be spiteful, like a teenager.'

The Secret Seven Adventure.

A BBC drama "shows Blyton's flirtatiousness - she entertained servicemen to dinner at the house while her husband was away at war and found them and their attention attractive...
"Directors chose to omit some aspects of Blyton's apparently sensual side, such as visitors arriving to find her playing tennis naked and suggestions of a lesbian affair with her children's nanny, Dorothy Richards."

"Blyton embarked on a string of affairs..." (New TV drama reveals Enid Blyton as a barking-mad adulterous bully ...)

Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton is the UK's best-loved writer, according to a survey conducted for the Costa Book Awards. (Blyton voted 'most loved writer')

Blyton, who wrote the Famous Five series and the Noddy books, has sold more than 600 million books worldwide.

(Enid Blyton came top, followed by 2. Roald Dahl 3. JK Rowling 4. Jane Austen and 5. Shakespeare)

Enid Blyton's work is translated into 130 languages!

Why so successful?

She wrote like a ten year-old.

Enid Blyton

Ask an average ten year-old to write an adventure story and it might read something like this:

"Four children go to stay in an old house at the coast. They make tree houses. They ride bikes and have picnics and go swimming. They find some dark caves with secret passages.

"They take a boat out to a mysterious island. They are captured by smugglers. Without any help from adults, they escape from their incompetent and silly captors and tell their story to the grateful police."

The vocabulary is simple. The story is simple. The prose is child-like. There are no boring descriptions of people or scenery, but there are some details of things like tree houses and picnics and caves.

Blyton has been accused by the horrid PC world of being racist, sexist and snobbish.

But, note well that Blyton's books do not encourage kids to overdose on heroin or commit gang rape.

They encourage kids to enjoy being kids, and they encourage kids to read. Both adults and children can enjoy the books.

Let's take THE ISLAND OF ADVENTURE as an example.

Chapter 1 The Beginning of Things.

A young boy called Philip normally lives with his impatient Aunt, his non-child-loving Uncle, his sister Dinah, and a "stupid" black servant, at a house on the coast called Craggy Tops.

But during the summer holidays Philip, is getting extra tuition at the home of one of his teachers, a Mr Roy.

While staying with Mr Roy, Philip makes friends with a boy called Jack and his sister Lucy-Ann. Jack and Lucy-Ann are looked after by an uncle.

Note that the children do not have straighforward family backgrounds. Blyton's parents were divorced, and she herself got divorced.

Chapter 2. Making Friends.

As there were only four boys to coach, Mr Roy gives them each individual attention.

Philip tells Lucy-Anne that Craggy Tops is "wild" and "queer".

Philip takes a hedgehog out of his pocket. "It was a baby one, whose prickles were not yet hardened.

Observe that the Blyton world was a world free of child abusers and serial killers. Instead it was a world of harmless teachers and hedgehogs in pockets.

Did you know that hedgehogs are bisexual?

Famous Five.

Chapter 3. Two Letters and a Plan.

"Uncle doesn't want us back," says Jack. Philip decides that Jack and Lucy-Ann should escape with them to Craggy Tops.

As you can see, the children do some pretty risky things, but nothing cruel and nasty.

Chapter 4. Craggy Tops.

The children arrive at Craggy Tops.

"It was a queer place."

There has still been no violence!

The Famous Five.

Chapter 5. Settling in at Craggy Tops.

"Lucy-Ann wished she was sleeping nearer to Jack."

Isn't she sweet and innocent.

Chapter 6. The Days Go By.

"It was a queer place to sleep for the first time at Craggy tops."

Jack shares a mattress with Philip.

"Jack soon got warm, cuddled up against Philip's back."

Blyton has suspected paedophile tendencies?

Chapter 7. A Queer Discovery.

The children explore the damp dark caves, some of which have "queerholes in their roofs."

Dinah pushed Philip.

"She had certainly meant to give philip a hard blow."

Philip falls into a hole.

What would Freud think?

Famous Five.

Chapter 8 . In the Cellars.

A secret passage is discovered.

Nabokov and Pale Fire?

Chapter 9. A Strange Boat.

Philip - "Even when he was wearing bathing-drawers he seemed able to secrete some kind of creature about his body.

"Yesterday it had been a couple of friendly crabs. But when he had accidentally sat down on one, and it had nipped him....."

Is this why kids love Blyton?

Chapter 10. Night Adventure.

The black servant is involved in some dark doings.
Chapter 11. Bill Smuggs.

The four children visit a cove.

"The children slipped off their jerseys and shorts and went into the water to bathe."

They spy a boat.

"What a queer place to keep a boat, " says Philip.

Is the pace too fast? Are you embarrased by the strip-tease?

I won't describe all 29 chapters, as I'm sure you've got the idea.

Blyton is gentle innocent fun for both adults and children.

Vladimir Nabokov wrote Lolita.
What do we know about the real Nabokov?

1. Vladimir Nabokov found boys interesting, and there are gay characters in almost all of his 17 novels.

Vladimir came from a ‘liberal’ family which contained a number of ‘gay’ characters.

When Vladimir occasionally used ‘homophobic slurs’ this did not neccessarily mean that he was not fond of young males.

With Nabokov things are not always what they seem.

2. Some quotes from Nabokov’s novel ‘Pale Fire’:
"When he was a dark strong lad of thirteen ... he had several dear playmates but none could compete with Oleg, Duke of Rahl.

"In those days growing boys of high-born families wore on festive occasions ... sleeveless jerseys, white anklesocks with black buckle shoes, and very tight, very short shorts called hotinguens ... 

"Both lads were handsome, long-legged specimens of Varangian boyhood... Oleg ... stripped and shiny in the mist of the bath house, his bold virilia...

"Oleg’s last visit, when for the first time the two boys had been allowed to share the same bed, and the tingle of their misbehavior...

"A secret passage... his soft blond locks ...his golden brows ... the downy warmth of that crimson ear ... dark passageways ... stealthy intrusion ... blind pokings ... penetrations ...dusky odor ...

"Oleg walked in front : his shapely buttocks encased in tight indigo cotton moved alertly, and his own erect radiance, rather than his flambeau, seemed to illume with leaps of light the low ceiling and crowding walls. 
"Behind him the young Prince’s electric torch played on the ground and gave a coating of flower to the back of Oleg’s bare thighs... smooth entrance ..."

"You’re all chalky behind," said the young Prince ... Both were in a manly state and moaning like doves...
"He inhaled the hair oil of the pretty page who had bent to brush a rose petal off the footstool...

"The King waded into the damp ...its odor, its lacy resilience, and the mixture of soft growth and steep ground...a bare kneed mountain lad like a tawny angel...

"The boy-handsome tousle-haired girlfriend...

"Some of his predecessors, rough alderkings who burned for boys...

"He saw nineteen-year-old Disa ..She had come in male dress, as a Tirolese boy...

"Gordon ... A slender but strong-looking lad of fourteen or fifteen dyed a nectarine hue by the sun. He had nothing on save a leopard-spotted loincloth... 
The graceful boy wreathed about the loins with ivy... 
"The boy wiped his wet hands on his black bathing trunks... 
The boy striking his flanks clothed in white tennis shorts... The young woodwose had closed his eyes and was stretched out supine on the pool’s marble margin; his Tarzan brief had ben cast aside on the turf..."

3. In the 1950s Nabokov wrote Lolita. For six months it was the number one bestseller in America.
Nabokov liked girls, so long as they looked like boys.

Lolita was the girl with the ‘puerile (boy) hips’, the girl wearing ‘shorts’.

4. A quote from Timon of Athens:

The moon's an arrant thief

And her pale fire she snatches from the sun.

5. With Nabokov things are not always what they seem.

In Pale Fire, the commentator appears to be Charles Kinbote.

But, Nabokov reveals in his diary that the commentator is Prof. Vseslav Botkin, a Russian and an academic.

Nabokov was Russian and an academic.

According to Nabokov, in Pale Fire :

"Reality is neither the subject nor the object of true art which creates its own special reality having nothing to do with the average ‘reality’ perceived by the communal eye."

Vladimir Nabokov's 1962 novel, Pale Fire, is about things not being as simple as they first appear.

Pale Fire, Kinbote, Zembla, Charles II, and Gradus, may be the elaborate creation of the Russian academic.

Are any of us what we appear to be?

Monday, 23 November 2015


Graham Vanbergen at True Publica writes:

Robert Epstein reported for Politico a couple of months ago results of a study that truly shocked many.
Research I have been directing in recent years suggests that Google, Inc., has amassed far more power to control elections—indeed, to control a wide variety of opinions and beliefs—than any company in history has ever had. Google’s search algorithm can easily shift the voting preferences of undecided voters by 20 percent or more—up to 80 percent in some demographic groups—with virtually no one knowing they are being manipulated, according to experiments I conducted recently with Ronald E. Robertson.”
Epstein continues –

the employees who constantly adjust the search giant’s algorithms are manipulating people every minute of every day. The adjustments they make increasingly influence our thinking—including, it turns out, our voting preferences.”

 Warplane crashes in Syria near Turkey border.

U.K. False Flag Alert! Is Sheffield Next for ‘ISIS’ Terror?.