Friday, 30 November 2007

A far better history of feminism.

"The next time you find yourself with a woman" he tells his male students, "Challenge yourself to find that spark of divinity that man can only achieve through union with the sacred feminine.
'The women smiled knowingly, nodding.
The men exchanged dubious giggles and off-colour jokes.
Langdon sighed. College men were still boys."
-- Chapter 74, Page 413, Da Vinci Code

This account is derived from a women's monthly fashion magazine, and highlights the diversity, perversity and commonality of feminist claims. The Church of Wicca has a project that entails regaining female powers through deference to the Goddess Within. While the religion preaches equality, there is a hint of neo-hippy sexual debauchery, just to keep things interesting


An incident that is of particular interest is related to the building of a bridge in South Australia, which gained notoriety as the Hindmarsh Bridge Affair, involving the Australian Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Robert Tickner.[49] A bridge linking the mainland to an island, subject to tourist development, was not built because of protests by aboriginal women. Of great importance to the credibility of their objections to its construction was an important document detailing 'secret women's business'.

It is of some interest that a 'patriarchal capitalist' society with a development agenda ground to a halt because of one document, which could not be viewed by men, including male ministers. The document which detailed women's ancient fertility rites and secrets could only be viewed by female ministers and bureaucrats.

Undoubtedly the whole event was to some extent an orchestrated stunt gaining national political notoriety. However many people took it very seriously and it reveals that women of ancient societies probably had a special power over their own men, which appears to be related specifically to the mysteries of fertility. As a study of Aboriginal culture expressed in 1913:

"...ignorance of the result of sexual intercourse is not a primitive condition but is acquired by superstition, originating in the Female mind and accepted by the Male."[50] Women of ancient cultures are socially influential by the manipulation of men's incomprehension of women's complex physical functioning, mental processes, and their centrality to race survival. Such powers eventually evolved into witchcraft, and aspects of midwifery roles.
But it seems that this women's power also has an extraordinary influence over the contemporary Minister of Aboriginal Affairs who paid great deference to 'women's secret business.'[51]

[Maybe he didn't know where babies come from either. Maybe that's the reason for the wreck of the education system.]

There is no doubt that the study of the movement of Sun, Moon and stars was one of the great breakthroughs for humanity, in terms of understanding the periodicity of seasonal changes and the determination of optimal crop planting. Modern agriculture is utterly reliant on this work performed thousands of years ago. However, what is of some interest is that the natural science of astronomy was distorted from its beginning by the quasi-science of astrology. This activity has been used to befuddle the ignorant populace for centuries and allegedly even Kings....and Queens.

Astrology, an activity dominated by women, has used the movements and orientation of Sun, Moon and stars to make predictions about auspicious days for conducting war...or having an affair. It is effectively the women's science of manipulating gullibility. The ignorance of the general population about the predictive power of a quasi-science has helped to make them believe these spurious insights. Astrology allows a control over superstition and it is a realm that appears to have always been dominated by women both as clients and as agents. The Oracle of Delphi operating near Athens, is the most prominent ancient example of this art and the job was held by a female.

Undoubtedly the vast majority of soothsayers, card readers and astrologers today, and most of their clients, are still female. All women's magazines and many newspapers today include a significant section on star signs.

One can only conclude that women's power to manipulate public and private opinions and hopes goes back to the time when stars first appeared in the sky and women dreamed of meeting tall swarthy strangers.

Tuesday, 27 November 2007

A few things.

I was looking for a job, and then I found a job
And heaven knows I'm miserable now
In my life Why do I give valuable time
To people who don't care if I live or die ?
Two lovers entwined pass me by
And heaven knows I'm miserable now
I was looking for a job, and then I found a job
And heaven knows I'm miserable now
-- Morrissey

"The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one perhaps of the Right, and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can 'throw the rascals out' at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy... But either party in office becomes in time corrupt, tired, unenterprising, and vigorless. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same policies".
-- Carroll Quigley, "Tragedy and Hope", 1966, p. 1247-48

And a far better history of feminism.

Friday, 23 November 2007

For seven and-a-half years I’ve worked alongside Reagan, and I’m proud to be his partner. We’ve had triumphs, we’ve made mistakes, we’ve had sex... uh, I mean setbacks....” - Vice President George Bush , 6 May 1987

Whence the Margate Grotto? A huge cave with patterns in shells on the walls. Templars, says some.
Democracy's a funny business. You'd assume participatory would be better than representative democracy, but as Stalin said it's not who votes that counts, it's who counts the votes. In the case of Gordon Brown's citizen juries the votes are counted by his friends at "Opinion Leader Research". Self-proclaimed experts in "though leadership". Watch your thoughts with them around. Never know where they might be leading you.
Pollsters, they are. Remember "We Want Wilkie", the BSC rigged the Republic conference using opinion polls. Opinion polls don't reflect opinion, they make it. See "Captive State" by George Monbiot, the part about Southampton. The public consultation was hijacked by someone working for the developer and only his views were reported. There was a minister on the TV or radio last night, I forget which. Might have been this morning. He was talking about a public consultation. The interviewer was asking how many dissenters it would take to change his mind. He didn't give an answer, as any reasonable number would easily be met, he merely said the quality of the submissions would have more impact that brute numbers. Those who agree with the government, thereby demonstrating their responsibility, will no doubt be weighted accordingly heavily.
Still, I'm sure it's all fine.

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

A series...

... of interesting but unrelated things.

Mark Thomas on Coke was on last night. Coca Cola, that was, of course. Coca Cola really did used to have cocaine in it apparently. On an unrelated note Coca Cola have been funding the AUC in Columbia to eliminate trade unionists. As have the banana barons at Chiquita, formerly the United Fruit Company, one-time owners and operators of the CIA. Interesting fact: the day before his death Martin Luther King called for a boycott against Coca Cola. There was a picture of a Hitler Youth activity book. Sponsored by... well, that was a long time ago. As the Daily Express headline said "Hurrah for the Blackshirts".

Robert Maxwell used to piss off the roof of his building. Onto passers by.

A little mouse with clogs on. Well I declare.
Panorama, formerly the BBC's flagship documentary series but now half-length, staffed by women and with a talking head to introduce it a la Tonight with Sir Trev. Last nights' was a full-length special, about the McCanns, but it really showed that they've discarded quality. The whole thing was based around one of the McCanns' friends having given them some behind-the-scenes footage, of the hunt and so on. It could have been a tabloid story with EXCLUSIVE written above it. They didn't even mention the government spin doctor, Mitchell is it?, and steered as far from the facts as possible.

In fact, the Nazi Party in Germany was projected into power with the women's vote. Women were the most hysterical supporters in the Nazi rallies. No surprise there. Women are hysterical. Women are even more hysterical in crowds. (Look at them at pop concerts, or watching the stars arriving for the cinema awards. And women are normally 'right wing' voters. The weakening of the Unions, the curtailment of civil liberties, the increased State interference in personal matters, and the media dumb-down - i.e. a shift to totalitarianism - have all coincided with the rise of feminism and the power of the women's vote.

In the U.S. Congress, meanwhile, it seems lately you can sell anything to the democratic leadership if it has a “security” label on it. House leader Nancy Pelosi was quoted as admitting to not knowing the content of the new plan and in the same breath implying she would support it since national security “is our highest priority.”

Most importantly, if we do want to build a world in which killing is increasingly rare, more scientists, soldiers, and others must speak up and challenge the popular myth that human beings are “natural born killers.” Popular culture has done much to perpetuate the myth of easy killing. Indeed, today many video games are actually replicating military training and conditioning kids to kill—but without “stimulus discriminators” to ensure that they only fire under authority. Even at elite intellectual levels, the natural born killer myth is too often embraced uncritically and promoted aggressively, sometimes at the service of an ideological agenda.
We may never understand the nature of the force in humankind that causes us to strongly resist killing fellow human beings, but we can be thankful for it. And although military leaders responsible for winning a war may be distressed by this force, as a species we can view it with pride. It is there, it is strong, and it gives us cause to believe that there may just be hope for human-kind after all.

Or, as Gunnar of Hlidarendi said, "I would like to know, whether I am by so much the less brisk and bold than other men, because I think more of killing men than they?"

Group Plans March to Free Lauriane
Father Claims Daughter Molested, Held Political Prisoner in France
by James Ridgeway with Sandra Bisin
Supporters of a French girl believed by some to have been snared in a Nice sex ring say they'll march across New York City during a UN summit on the rights of children, slated for September 19 through 21. The girl's father, Karim Christian Kamal, will lead the demonstration, designed to get the attention of UN secretary general Kofi Annan. Last week, Kamal, a French pearl dealer, received a highly unusual granting of political asylum from a Los Angeles judge who slammed French officials for persecuting the man and his family. Kamal claimed prominent French judges and police brass trapped his daughter in a child-sex scheme and are now out to get him for exposing their pedophile racket.
It was a claim Judge Ronald N. Ohata found credible. "The French government's persecution has strong elements of personal revenge and vendetta, Mr. Kamal having complained about the corruption of the government and having been sued and persecuted following this complaint," Ohata stated. "It is pure abuse of power from individuals who are in control, and who are connected, against people who they feel are not."

The U.S. rarely grants political asylum to someone from a friendly nation. It's hard enough for people who have a well-grounded fear of repressive regimes in their home countries. France has a lengthy tradition of respect for human rights, but that hasn't been enough to stave off a public furor. The French press has gone bananas over the case, with headlines screaming "Save Lauriane."

The case itself is byzantine. During a rancorous divorce proceeding in 1993, Kamal charged that his wife, Guyot, had caused Lauriane, then five, to be abused by prominent Nice pedophiles, including judges and other local political bigwigs. The judge assigned to the case in Nice threw it out. Kamal said that was no coincidence, since he claimed the judge himself was a member of the ring.
Later, child psychologists in the U.S. examined Lauriane and reported that indeed she had been sexually abused.

Claiming the French judges were out to get him, in 1994 Kamal took the little girl and fled to California where his sister, Dalila Kamal-Griffin, an L.A. attorney, launched court actions to protect both her brother and the girl by seeking political asylum for them in the U.S.
Two months later, the plot took a twist. French officials, accompanied by two Santa Monica detectives, appeared unannounced and without warrants at Kamal's home, seized the child, and headed for the airport to take her back to France. At this point, the FBI stepped in and ordered the kid off the plane. But the French didn't give up so easily, shunting Lauriane from the U.S. to Mexico and back to France, where she lives with her mom in Nice. The French government says Kamal—who was convicted in absentia for abduction and malicious prosecution—is lying and that the daughter should have been sent home to begin with. U.S. Immigration officials agree. Guyot, the former wife, accuses Kamal of failing to pay child support and denies the pedophile charges.

For Kamal's supporters, the removal of Lauriane to France was clearly wrong. "Can you imagine for a second, what the U.S. and world reaction would have been if Elián González has been kidnapped by the Castro regime with the help of the Miami police instead of going through the courts?" asks his sister. She has founded a Web site, for the cause of missing and exploited children.

Race may also be a factor. Judge Ohata also agreed with Kamal's suspicion that he was a victim of discrimination because he is of Moroccan descent. "In this case you have a family that is being persecuted," Ohata declared, "and it is an Arab family. And it is a family that has become whistle-blowers."

From some time ago. There's not much about it on the interweb. Same goes for David Fabb Holdings, which I've mentioned before.

Again, from the Usenet, in quote form:

"Of course the men have to pay and buy you presents. Men have to spoil you. You have to be spoiled," says Mimi Valcin, 26, who works in public relations. "If you don't think you're a princess you're not going to be treated like one. You have to make sure you know -- and they know -- you're a princess. This is my feminism. It's the new feminism to say, "I'm expensive. I need lots of attention. I need men to bend over backwards for me."

-- "Material Girls Have More Fun" by Rebecca Eckler, National Post (Canada) 26 Aug 2000

And again:

[C]onsumer culture is female culture, though men do go a long way into making it possible by their work. That's sex roles, where he works so she can shop. But men are left out of the fun. He gets to shop at "The Men's Wearhouse" - akin to a large hardware store - while she has boutiques like "The Fashion Gal", "Posh", and "CJ's Creations". She gets to luxuriate; he gets to be functional. --
"Television" by The Martian Bachelor Scientist
A juxtaposition:

Here: The Hypogeum made us feel as if we were inside the womb of the Goddess. Within its walls, our tour group lost all consciousness of linear time and calendar days.
Branton: Other sources say that ABOUT 30 CHILDREN vanished in these catacombs on the study tour, and that when the "Hypogeum" was first discovered nearly 30,000 human skeletons of men, women and children (victims of ancient sacrifice to the "underworld gods", performed by an old neolithic race) were discovered as well.
One article written by a Miss Lois Jessup, at the time an employee of the British embassy and later secretary for the New York Saucer Information Bureau (better known as NYSIB), appeared in an old issue of Riley Crabb's BORDERLAND SCIENCE magazine, published by the Borderland Sciences Research Foundation (B.S.R.F.) and was later reprinted in full in Dr. Allen's book ENIGMA FANTASTIQUE. Miss Jessup claimed that she visited Malta and the Hypogeum also, once before the tragic disappearance of the children, and shortly thereafter.

A photomontage:

Jeff from rigorousintuition:

I find that really interesting, and this thread's a good example of how ideas and interests cluster together, and you often find the same people there. "Exterminating Angel," for instance, is also the title of one of my favourite Bunuel films, and so I started to think of him before I read bz's post. I also have much love for Alex Cox. Something he says sounds like it belongs on the RI board so I'll copy it here. He was offered The Three Amigos to direct but chose to make Straight to Hell instead. Asked if he regrets his choice:

Not at all. Of course, if I'd done THE THREE AMIGOS I would have earned a lot more money. But that money would be spent by now. I would have had to shoot in the United States, and not in my beloved Almeria. I would essentially have been a hired hand for some comedians from Saturday Night Live. It would not have been a good experience, for them or me. The script had these weird political overtones: it promoted the idea that Americans have the right to intervene in a violent way in foreign countries - for all that it was supposed to be a comedy, it was actually propaganda for the Monroe Doctrine. STRAIGHT TO HELL, for better or worse, is my film, and I like it very much.

I get the sense that a lot of people here have chosen their own Straight to Hell over someone else's Three Amigos, and I'm very glad to be in their company.

And from Adam Curtis:

TV now tells you what to feel.

It doesn't tell you what to think anymore. From EastEnders to reality format shows, you're on the emotional journey of people - and through the editing, it gently suggests to you what is the agreed form of feeling. "Hugs and Kisses", I call it.

I nicked that off Mark Ravenhill who wrote a very good piece which said that if you analyse television now it's a system of guidance - it tells you who is having the Bad Feelings and who is having the Good Feelings. And the person who is having the Bad Feelings is redeemed through a "hugs and kisses" moment at the end. It really is a system not of moral guidance, but of emotional guidance.

Morality has been replaced by feeling.

That's what all the disorders are about. They are a way of oppressing and measuring whether what you're feeling is the correct feeling. Intellect and morality are intimately related but feeling is now predominant.

The "feeling" provides all the moral guidance they need?

It's very difficult to take people out of themselves.

Because what you're doing is reinforcing the priority of their own feelings about themselves. The thing about our age is that everyone monitors themselves. It's really fascinating. I did this with the psychological disorders in The Trap. They've become a way of policing yourself.

"Am I the right shape? Am I the right emotional construct?"

So you edge back to the right emotional shape, or the right physical shape.

And vanity in our time - is about pleasing yourself. It's about making yourself feel better about yourself. We live within our selves. We should find a way of escaping it, but the program makers don't have the imagination or the confidence....I think that was true of marketers who saw in Freud's ideas a way of saying, "Look, we can shape how people fulfil their desires". That was also true of the neo-conservatives. They have a dark and pessimistic view of human beings, but they also have an optimistic view of a vision of the world which is that if we create a world that's grand enough, it will contain those dark desires and make them better. A lot of them are ex-Marxists, so it's not surprising.

Well, when you talk to the computer utopians and ask them, "Why are you so evangelical?" - to figure out what they really believe in - there's nothing there. What it really boils down to is a faith in inevitability, just like a Marxist view of history. It's technology, so don't fight it!

If you look at the Soviet Union the 1980s under Brezhnev were called the years of stagnation. I would argue that we are living through our own years of stagnation

I come across some interesting things. Far fewer come from me.

Friday, 16 November 2007

Ninth post this week, too many.

Just some minor observations now.

Blair introduced the house system to our comprehensive school system. Terrible. Remember the good old days of fagging and inter-house rugger matches from his public school days, I suppose. That's what happens when you let Etonian types loose in society. Bring back matron! Spanking never did me any harm! A bit of buggery is good for the armed forces!

Do you think I would leave you dying
There's room on my horse for two
Climb up here Joe, we'll soon by flying
Back to the ranks so blue
Can you feel Joe I'm all a tremble
Perhaps it's the battle's noise
But I think it's that I remember
When we were two little boys
-- Rolf Harris

Nice song. Remember the Templar logo: two men on a horse.

Greg Palast, I think it was, mentions a woman who was a director of a vote machine company. Got herself elected to office, with her own dodgy tech.

A quote, I think in the book "India Brittanica", that India becoming a parliamentary democracy would be the proudest day in British history, said in the 18th century.

Healthcare and trauma/shock economics - not the profit motive, but politics and ideology.

h(b?) boham(botham?)(higginbotham?) carter + gibson -- what did I write that for?

Image is everything, they say.

Thursday, 15 November 2007

A brief history of feminism, part four.

So, further back through time. Before the CIA and before the Nazis and their western branches.

Back so far we wind up at first wave feminism, in fact in no way the first variant of feminism, but even so. That's the name it now goes by. It gained its power, ironically in view of its later eugenical pretentions, by trailing on the coat tails of the justified sympathy for blacks. It's been a common trope, feminists sit themselves on the crest of a rising wave and when the wave recedes under their weight, whether civil rights or pacifist radicalism or anti-slavery, they're left at their new height, with a little help from their friends in high places.

There's a lot of myths about suffragism, first wave feminism. The idea that it was heroic, sacrifical, stoical under government persecution, dedicated to democracy. Even that it earned women the right to own property and so on, manifestly untrue. Women have always been able to own property in England. For a true picture of the society women of the time supposedly found so oppressive see the works of E Belfort Bax.

These myths are the founding myths of a movement, but no more true for that. The woman who threw herself before the king's horse and was killed, had a return ticket that day. Just an accident. I've even heard it alleged that dastardly men, so fearful of female participation in democracy, tortured the suffragists of the time. Look closed and they mean force feeding. Those who went on hunger strike in prison were force fed because the government couldn't have the PR damage associated with women starving to death, rich white women at that, in British prisons.

Furthermore they were in prison for good reason, suffragists blew up Lloyd George's house. He later signed into law the act allowing women the vote. Terrorism works. As Pizzey says, feminists have been involved in terrorism more recently too.

Look at true government oppression in denial of the vote if you will: the protests of 1832, in which the King's Own Dragoons hacked down so many poor men - who wanted nothing more the democracy - all around Bristol.

Women were late to the party. It was a movement. It went up and took feminism with it. It came down again, without even achieving industrial democracy or the last points of the Charter. Feminism stayed on high, lifted up by the resilience of men.

There was a placard on the Simpsons: Draft men not beer. A good start for many lines of thought. The feminist blue ribbon movement against booze. Created modern organised crime, as well as allowing a holier-than-thou, sentimental feminist (in Bax's term) grab for the moral high-ground, whence to look down upon te atavistic menfolk.

Again, an actual placard from reality: "Votes for women, chastity for men."

Whatever happened to Angilion who used to post on the Usenet, I wonder? Again, it's ironical, given the later feminist turn to race-based biological warfare, that back then it was a common feminist belief that STDs were a conspiracy against women, a sort of male biological warfare plot to use VD they'd picked up from hookers to infect their wives. Why would they want to do that? Answer comes there none.

We're getting towards the pre-history of feminism now. That's for another time. Dingwall, Weishaupt, Wollstonecraft, the reemergence of Venus and Tertullian's statements about the doorway to the devil. Later.


Charley Brooker's Screenwipe. On the beeb. Ended with him "saluting the new world order" whilst gagged because under the BBC's new production guidelines it's not allowed to talk over the credits of a programme as Auntie might feel the need for the announcer to speak over them, or to crush the credits to half the screen size so as to use the other half to advertise their other programmes.

The continuity announcer, a woman, then called him a good boy and joked about not "crushing his bits", whilst talking all over the cr5edits.

Wednesday, 14 November 2007

A brief history of feminism, part the third.

As I say, the Nazis didn't arrive in the West after the war. They didn't arrive in the west at all, for this is whence they sprung. Of course they have their root in the Thulists and company, but even Yggdrasil has three roots.

It might have been Thule that pioneered the Polar Man and World Ice, but it was the Rockefellers and company who pioneered the more pragmatic scum-killing. THEY are still going today, advertising the cosmetics with phalates in and pumping organophosphates into the environment. I'm no anti-environmentalist, but organophosphate poisoning is a more likely explanation even than over fishing for the decline in fish stocks (although the truth is probably OPs, over fishing and bad fishing technique, like dredging.

Being scared of the animalistic breeding abilities of those bestial wogs is a continuous line through history, from well before the War to a peak somewhere closer to the present day. The Birth Control League and Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. Planned Parenthood and Zero Population Growth.

That's bit of a pattern, the German ideologues dream their dreams of ancient Aryan glory while the Americans go quietly about the dirty business. IBM with death camp administration, GM making Hitler's trucks, BIS collecting interest on the loans from western financiers that had allowed the Nazi economic boom. Right into 45 the USA was collecting interest on the Nazi loans, although by then Britain had been forced to liquidate its foreign holdings as part of the American manipulation of the war for post-war financial purposes.

But before our fall we'd been involved too. It was our national elites who procured the planes for Franco to fly his Foreign Legion, the only decent troops Spain had, to Spain. Franco's Spain was given recognition right from the start. The Americans sent him oil paid for by the Republic, FIFA recognised his Spain as the Spain. Not a surprise. FIFA is a big money laundering operation. Havelange was a crook in Brazil before he got the top job. That job saved him from jail. His successor is in with the P2 gang and his predecessor was a great supporter of Apartheid. Rous. Raus! Schnell, schnell!

Yes, it would have been different without those planes. The military coup couldn't rely on its own army. The troops had to be got drunk or told they were fighting AGAINST a coup to get them on the streets, then when the truth came out they started deserting in droves, apart from the officers. These weren't exactly first division soldiers anyway. They were no match for the democratic armed forces of the unions. The hardened Morrocan veterans and the Condor Legions were a different matter. At no time did the Condors and other fascist "volunteers" outnumber the international brigades by less than three to one.

Nessie writes, in one of his articles once written for

Then there's the documentable certainty that research into race specific biological weapons has been going on since at least 1951 when Navy personnel deliberately contaminated (2.) ten wooden crates with Serratia marcescens, Basillus globigii, and Aspergillus fumagatus before they were shipped from a supply depot in Pennsylvania to the navy base in Norfolk, Virginia. This test was designed to establish how easily bacteriological weapons might be disseminated among the people employed to handle the boxes. Of the three infectious bacteria, Aspergillus fumigatis had been specifically chosen because African-American workers at the base would be particularly susceptible to it.

Well, cold war times. Terror of those Commies drove the USG into all sorts of things they didn't want to do. No, no, there's no racism in the American government. Certainly not. They just needed a bioweapon to use against those dastardly Soviets. You know, all those black fellahs in Eastern Europe. Just in case the nukes didn't work. Can never be too careful, you know.
Look at how charitable towards the black fellahs the governments of the west that once ruled and/or tried to eradicate them now are. All those vaccines. Nessie again:

In a very real sense, it was an act of genocide, and not an act of rebellion that gave birth to our nation state. Genocide is the American way. It's how we got here. Ask any Native American. Biological warfare was part of that genocide. It's as American as apple pie and Chevrolet. At least one of its perpetrators has been honored by having a town named after him. Amherst, Mass. is named for a man who gave Indians blankets contaminated with smallpox during the 1754-67 French and Indian War.

One day giving some natives smallpox. The next saving some other natives somewhere else from the same disease. To think.

You may think this is getting away from feminism, but it's not. This is what feminism is about, the politics of fascism, murder and persecution. In the west the feminists are house niggers, keeping working men down for their rich masters, in the rest of the world they're concentration camp guards.

...many blacks wonder whether black civil rights and abortion fit so neatly together. Black pregnancies have historically been the target of social engineers such as Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood. Sanger was convinced that blacks, Jews, Eastern Europeans, and other non-Aryan groups were detracting from the creative intellect and social potential of America, and she wanted those groups' numbers reduced...
-- Greg Keath, in the "Wall Street Journal", 27/9/89/

That's the Ireton role of government: to allow those who own to enjoy their property in peace.

This country was founded on the principle that the primary role of government is to protect property from the majority - and so it remains.
-- Chomsky, as quoted by the Manic Street Preachers

Ocean Colour Scene, to finish us off:

And all those just trying toplay their part
Don't wanna fight no more
And all those who own a human heart
Don't wanna fight no more
But there's no profit in what you want
So we must fight some more

And all those who got an axe to grind down
Don't wanna fight no more
And all those who got their burning lives
Don't wanna fight no more
But there's no profit in ever being right
So we must fight some more

And all the people under broken homes
Don't wanna fight no more
But there is profit in the land you own
So we must fight some more

And all those who got a tired face
Don't wanna fight no more
And all those who are lost without a trace
Don't wanna fight no more
But there is profit in the love of hate
So we must fight some more

And so it remains.

Tuesday, 13 November 2007

A brief history of feminism, part the second.

As we trace the tentacles from the mangled corpse of LeTellier, we see feminism linked in with the internation post-war fascist/terrorist/cocaine nexus. From the bloated bellies of starving Africans they lead elsewhere, but always through feminism. From the modern feminist movement there's another link, ramrod straight, to the works of the madmen von List and Liebenfels, in the idea that spirals on mediterranean boats are the eye of the all seeing goddess, in the book "Martian Genesis", in the beliefs in a prehistoric Utopia of psychic supermen(women) brought down by interbreeding with beastly lower castes. The Kurgan invasion for the Jewish untermenschen. The digs in the same places, the same sites.

Most notably through one woman, Gimbutas. Her youth has corrupted the world. Let's trace it, and where it leads.

There are two versions, of course. The official line, favoured by herself, her feminist cohorts and the establishment, and the truth. As usual, it's a matter of emphasis as much as fact. She claims, for example, to have joined the Lithuanian underground resistance. Probably true. The resistance, to the Soviets, that is, was formed from Nazis and the former local SS branch, as in all eastern Europe, see "MI6", by Stephen Dorrill, amongst others.

I could go on all day about the activities of fugitive White Russians and other eastern fascists after their eviction by Red forces, from the Zinoviev letter to Stefano delle Chiaie and the involvement of the ethnic wing of the Republican party in the 1990 US election. But I won't. Suffice it to say that they were a nasty bunch of genocidal maniacs and that the Lithuanians were particularly murderous, putting up a years long fight against the Soviet reconquista with American support before finally adopting the usual exile.

The Nazis had a long interest in the area, despite its history as a part of the Balt ethnosphere, therefore lacking Aryan connections, they saw it as part of their pre-historic Aryan empire, occupied by their psychic five-eyed forebears, before they were dragged down by their interbreeding with the love-pygmies and sodom-apelings. The Ahnenerbe conducted many digs there, none of them with any real scientific rigour. They found what they wanted to find.

When the Nazi panzers roled towards Leningrad they took control of the area and could do dedicate themselves to the hunt. They were looking for the Aryan supermen of yore and their advanced culture, always an SS obsession. The Aryan superman was really meant to be a superman, to be bred back to its original state of autochthonic and godlike perfection. It was in this tradition that Gimbutas was trained. She went to Germany to study in 1942, she wasn't struggling through marshes fighting oppressors with her baby on her back, as some have tried to make out. She was studying Nazi orthodoxy. After the war she joined the other eastern European SS men in exile in the USA, meaning she almost certainly had contact with the CIA, directly or indirectly, in her needs for asylum. After that she was looked after, given positions her Nazi leanings qualified her for in academia.

She used her new position, along with the new Nazi/CIA puppet movement of feminism to push the old beliefs on new people, with a new twist of course. Now the master race were not the no-longer-fashionable Aryan supermen of old, but feminists. They were brought down by invading "Kurgans", not the interbreeding of the racially inferior (although it was interbreeding with the Kurgans, so the theme continues).

The psychic powers of the matriarchs of old are down-played these days, theosophy is long gone into the past and the five-eyed-ness is less beguiling, but the fringes of the rad fems still believe it and the goddess worshipping ideas have taken its place. Now it's "I survived five thousand years of patriarchy" and so forth. Finding symbols of long hidden underground goddess worship in the medieval witchcraft trials, in the Hypogeum of Hal Saflienti's strange subterranean architecture and in the fake history of the self-proclaimed Old Religion of Wicca, as von Liebenfels saw symbols of runes in the woodwork of medieval cottages. The Old Religion isn't very old. Even the genuinely Old Ways weren't as old as our own path. The Great Old Ones aren't so great, nor so old, nor so one as they would have us believe.

It's designed to re-ignite the left hand path and subjugate the ego. The left hand path, the god(dess) within. The right hand path the god without. The women dancing naked on pews, painting red dots on their foreheads and singing about sofia; milk and honey. Eisler on the go. As in Twist of Faith, the web-book about this subject. , that is, which doesn't come at the top of the google search. There's a film above it, of the same name. More keyword hijacking, perhaps. That's one conspiracy theory I didn't think I'd come to adopt.

Riane Eisler and company are the next generation. Savitri Devi was a neo-Nazi who pursued the same lines, feminist and prehistoric, as the mainstream feminist movement. There are plenty of links between Catholicism and Nazism, of course, beyond Stepinac, the forced conversions and the post-war ratline. Well, there we have a line going far further back in time. Two Babylons, for the feminists are right in seeing a goddess worshipping pagan cult in the past, but wrong in seeing it as witches lurking in woods. It was popes in Rome that were behind it.

Branton, in the Mojave Files (Or, The Conspiracy Against Reality), Page Two says:
These took place during the Dark and Middle Ages of so-called 'holy' Roman Empire rule which 'began' when the last of the Emperors or 'Pontifex Maximus' of the Roman Empire, CONSTANTINE, declared himself to be the FIRST official Roman 'Pontiff' or 'Pope'. Constantine payed lipservice to 'Christianity' yet secretly held to the ancient Babylonean Mystery Religion of which he himself was High Priest or Pontifex Maxiumus, one in a long line of many which can be traced back to Nimrod, the first King of Babylon, himself. (This statement may raise anger in some who religiously defend man-made 'traditions', however history is history and facts are facts).

And in Page Seven:

F. W. Holiday, in his book 'THE DRAGON AND THE DISK' (W.W. Norton & Co., Inc. New York, N.Y. 1973) relates some unusual facts concerning the relationship between serpent or 'dragon' legends and the modern 'UFO' phenomena:"...Satanism -- that is to say the religion of the dragon... seems to have been contemporaneous in BABYLON and Bronze Age Britain. In both countries it was probably practiced by minority groups and became official only in times of decadence.

"When Cryus occupied Ur...a form of dragon-worship seems to have been in vogue. The priests of this cult escaped the Persians by fleeing north with their PONTIFF (or 'PONTIFEX MAXIMUS', a position which has allegedly been secretly held in an unbroken chain from Babylon up to modern times - Branton) into the mountains of Asia Minor. They finally came to rest at a place called Pergamos in Lydia (western Turkey) and there set up a religious centre which became known as 'Satan's seat'. St. John said: 'And to the angel of the church of Pergamos, write: These things saith He [God] which hath the sharp sword with two edges [judgment and mercy]: I know they works, and where thou dwellest, EVEN where Satan's seat is...'

"The ROMANS also knew about Satan's seat AND ANNEXED IT INTO THEIR EMPIRE IN 133 B.C., after the death of Attalus III, the last of the Pergamite kings. About this period A PLAGUE BROKE OUT IN ROME and prayers were offered to the Roman 'gods' in vain. It was decided, therefore, to appeal to Satan at Pergamos.
"The symbol of the cult was A SERPENT and a special ship was sent to Lydia TO TRANSPORT THE GOD TO ROME. (Most likely a depiction or "idol" representation of the "god", in that idols among early pagans were indistinguishable from the so-called "gods" themselves - Branton) There it was installed as a deity with great pomp. The disease had probably run its course and the resulting improvement in public health was attributed to Satan. The new religion was so popular that snakes of inoffensive species were allowed to glide around at parties -- at least so Seneca says. In HISTORIA AUGUSTA they are called DRACUNCULI or little dragons.
"The Aesculapian Serpent -- as the 'god' was called -- is shown on a carving at Pompeii and is unlike anything known to herpetologists. It had vertical humps and snail-like horns, exactly like the monsters (sea serpents - Branton) of Scotland and Ireland. A bronze Urarian cauldron in Rome carries the erect head and neck of the creature modeled in the round. It is hideous. It has a shovel-like mouth, bulging eyes and tentacles or sensory-organs hanging on each side of the face.
"No-one, of course, thought that snakes were dragons. The malignant Great Serpent of Babylonia was TYPHON or Teitan, Satan, the author of wickedness...
"Politicians, however, never look a gift-horse in the mouth as long as it produces results. After giving the Roman people carnage in the guise of circus entertainment, there was no reason for the EMPERORS to shrink from a little devil-worship. Even the national flag was given the treatment. Ammianus Marcellinus describes the standard 'PURPUREUM SIGNUM DRACONIS'. And when Julius Caesar appeared in full regalia as the PONTIFEX MAXIMUS he was dressed in reddish-purple robes the same as the Pergamite dragon-priests. The reader can trace the rest of the story in Gibbon's 'RISE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE'.
"DRAGON-WORSHIP PERSISTED LONG AFTER CHRISTIANITY (and also 'Catholicism?' - Branton) HAD BEEN PROCLAIMED. Tertullian complained: 'These heretics magnify the serpent to such a degree as to prefer him even to Christ himself; for he, they say, gave us the first knowledge of good and evil.'

See also the book "Europe's Full Circle".

And I think that brings us back to the Nazis. Our Gimbutas again. She trained under Ernst Kassener, a Nazi ideologue. That's who taught our hero of feminism her trade. The only difference is the identity of the good guys and the bad guys.

Gustaf Kossina and Ernst Kassener, there beliefs should have died with them, Nazi, feminist and all alike.

2 Timothy 3:
This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.
For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,
Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,
Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;
Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.
For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,
Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.
Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses, so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith.
But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as their's also was.

So, some hope for the future there, anyway. It's no coincidence that msot abductees are women.

Since the discovery of the 'Venus of Willendorf', as this little artwork came to be called, scores more goddess figurines have come to light. The wide geographical scope is one indication of the goddess religion. One goddess figurine, discovered before the Willendorf Venus, is seldom mentioned in the standard texts of archaeology. It came from a well boring at Nampa, Idaho, in 1889. It was no more than an inch and a half long, a female figure that '...would do credit to the classical centres of art' according to G.F. Wright. This figurine has been dated to the Plio-Pleistocene era, which makes it about 2 millions years old. Not even the Ancient Egyptians believed their civilisation reached back to that time. But it acccords quite neatly with the idea that the earliest of our civilisationswas a transplant from the planet mars and raises a fascinating field of speculations.

To date, many of those tempted to discuss the sex of the face on Mars, have concluded it is male. The 'platform' surrounding the face itself is often taken as a headdress, of even military helmet. The 'diadem' which emerges on computer enhancement is seen as an indication that this is the face of a king.

Yet such conclusions may be no more than the projection of a male-oriented culture. If the face is in fact female - and the 'helmet' actually a styling of hair - then it becomes possible that Earth's ancient goddess religionliterally came down from the heavens.

-- Martian Genesis, Chapter Nine, Section Three

Also [url=]Mothers and Daughters in Malta[/url] (SMOM/Blackwater - also Branton's talk of the underground of the Hypogeum of Hal Saflienti, all things are connected).

Rockefeller financed the Nazis through I.G. Farben. He sponsored the American Eugenics Society that had close links to its Nazi counterpart.

Rockefeller financed Alfred Kinsey, the homosexual pederast whose "Kinsey Report" replaced married love with casual sex.

Rockefeller continues to finance "Women's Studies" which is a training ground for fascist zealots who spread their poison in society as "change agents." (See Daphne Patai, Professing Feminism: Cautionary Tales from the Strange World of Women's Studies.)

The elite is promoting homosexuality to bring about a fascist New World Order. Homosexuality is a developmental disorder characterized by a failure to bond with a member of the opposite sex. Lesbianism (feminism) which coerces women to be like men (and vice-versa) makes it difficult to achieve such a bond. As a result, millions of men and women have been defrauded of happiness and suffer the same symptoms as homosexuals, i.e. arrested development, and obsession with sex. Easy to promote homosexuality. Bad town planning, crowding, heavy metal (lead, etc.) poisoning, all so it very well.

The same lines of the conspiracy go back and forth. The strings of the puppet, you might say.

But the Nazis didn't only come to the west after the war.

Monday, 12 November 2007

So much for the rule of law

Second time today.
I won't go into the importance to American sentimental feminism of the word "mommy", as chronicled by Eric Dingwall.

The rule of law is precluded by the rule of lawyers. Or police.
Police should have no more rights than the rest of us.
Particularly, they shouldn't be running around with guns. It's not just the Stockwell shooting of "Speedy" de Menezes, who wasn't acting suspiciously, wasn't wearing a padded jacket in summer, wasn't running away from the police, wasn't vaulting turnstiles and in short wasn't doing anything to deserve being blown away. He probably wasn't even on cocaine, which is the latest pathetic excuse the police have come up with for blowing him away. Exactly why they did blow him away I'm not entirely sure. Perhaps they aren't either.
Then there were those two brothers, legit terror suspects (if there is such a thing), one of whom was shot. The police said his brother grabbed the gun and it went off. Not true. That one survived, despite the police using dum-dum ammo.
Then there was the Irishman with a shotgun who was shot while trying to shoot the two policemen when challenged. Well, sort of. He was Scottish, actually, not in the IRA. He had a chair leg in a bag, rather than a shot gun. And, rather than trying to blow them away with his chair leg when challenged the ballistic reports say he was shot in the back of the head. The police have got an answer for that, turns out it often happens in America that the police say they shot from the front in self defence but the ballistics say the victim was shot from behind. So that's alright, then. Must be something wrong with the ballistics. Trigger happy deputies certainly wouldn't lie.
On a slightly different issue there's David Fabb Holdings. The police have nothing to do with that. It's a steel company in England. They were shut down by a firm of accountants, the infamous Deloittes. The same firm declared them bankrupt, although they were perfectly solvent, and then was appointed administator and made money from the liquidation.
No longer a nation of laws, don't expect the laws to protect you.

Tomorrow, Part Two of my Brief History of Feminism.

Baby Food

Try not to give birth in Kharkiv, home of Metallist. The EU have looked into it and found what they wanted, but nothing more. Mass grave, nothing to see here. Dismembered babies, normal practice. Move along please. It's the EU march to the east, nothing can get in the way. Bulgarian orphanages renting out children, find. Romanian corruption, who cares. Turkish genocide, admirable anti-terrorism. Oops, the Turks beat up a women's day demo. Perhaps they're not our kind of European. Should've stuck to their plotting, good at that. See Susurluk incident.

Well travelled babies, though. I've never been to the Caribean. Of course, I'd want to take the rest of my body with me. It's a nice office they have there. Shiny furniture, nice stainless equipment. Stains are reserved for the character. Vanity shouldn't be envied anyway, but injecting baby flesh into oneself was once beyond the pale. Montespan and Bathory had to keep their youth obsessed depredations to themselves, now they get former Communist dictatorships to send them pre-packaged human meat by air mail. Snatched from the arms of their loving parents.

It's not like the Statue of Liberty. My little sunshine, they say. It was French, of course. It's no coincidence, as I say, that feminism and the French revolution came from the Illuminati. So did the USA, of course. 1776 - an example, perhaps, of Key Number Hijacking. Like 9/11. What else happened on that day? Well, Allende for one. Was the first spade of earth turned for the Pentagon? Something like that, anyway.

But, Isis, Molech will be jealous!

The BBC broadcast all of this story.

Irina Bogomolova knows, she was called off. The EU aren't really interested. If they sacrifice people at Bohemian Grove and Jones and Ronson were there but don't report it, what does it say about them? A bit of transvestism isn't a damaging revelation, nor are rumours of prostitutes being flown in. Eating human flesh may be a different matter. Ronson befriended the head of al-Muhajiroun, as al-Qaeda employ a former Jew as a spokesman. Who hosts Alex Jones' website? I forget, was it the Moonies? Is he a Mormon?

Anyway, it's not only the Bohemians' massive owl-idol that gets a taste of human flesh, the tender flesh of infants. Sheffield Wednesday, the Owls, have an owl as their logo. See or which is the Two Babylons of Alexander Hislop. The sacrifice of youth, the child of the mother. Rarely so obviously, rarely the injection of the flesh of infants into ageing flesh in the Alchemical hope of tellurian renewal.

Gardasil, the HPV vaccine, is being NHS funded. Travesty. Doesn't work, is expensive and poisonous. Still, I'm sure someone's very happy indeed with it.

Saturday, 10 November 2007

Great Dismal Swamp

Or Blackwater, if you prefer. A very poetic name. Liverpool, former home of the slave trade, means Blackpool, or Blackwater. A coincidence of names. Just down the coast is Blackpool, with its legendary illuminations. I've never been illuminated there myself, but I understand it's very impressive. The blackpool tower is the other claim to fame of the town, a little version of the eiffel tower, the occultic implications of Eiffel I won't go into. The town has one other claim to fame: home of the hen night.

Dublin: dubh lin, black water. International Trade Mart, Centro Mundiale Commerciale, World Trade Centre.

As Boykin says:

"He went on CNN and he laughed at us, and he said, 'They'll never get me because Allah will protect me. Allah will protect me.' Well, you know what? I knew that my God was bigger than his. I knew that my God was a real God and his was an idol."

Chin up.

EDIT: I've just overheard the fool sitting next to me, as no one can talk loud enough in a library, talking about how someone I know got his uncle put in prison "for no reason", "when he ain't even done nothing". A peadophile, apparently.

Thursday, 8 November 2007

A brief history of feminism, part one.

Fascism. Half the fat, all the taste. That's the Fascist promise. -- ABOF&L

Course, it's well known that Shakespeare didn't really exist. And that if he did, he was lots of people. And they were all women, and that all his plays were written by Alan Bleasdale. And that Shakespeare shot Kennedy, and that Lee Harvey Oswald was nothing but a pansy. They don't put that on Newsnight, though, do they?

When I was unceremoniously booted off the Straight Dope message board for arguing about the prevelance of false accusations of rape (Kanin) there was only one board member who supported me, one calling himself Malacandra. He was English, as are a disproportionate number of anti-feminist bloggers. I think this is very interesting, although I'm not sure why.
On the RI board there have been several threads of late in which I've become involved. About feminism, of course. Most of my posts there have probably been on that issue.

This is criticism of the feminist movement. It's the movement itself I'll be criticising, not the doctrine which is absurd enough.

One warning: is a CSICOP front, so you don't know where the information's been. I may refer to it later.

Another anti-feminist I've come across on the internet was a fundamentalist Christian who used to post on, years ago. Interesting ideas on the milk of human kindness. Don't approve of him, though, as he advocated shooting people in self defence while I'm more of the turn the other cheek school of thought.

We'll start recently and stretch out backwards.

I could start with the anti-free speech antics of Naomi Wolf, a "third waver" or the death threats to Suzanne Steinmetz or the persecution of Erin Pizzey, who needs police protection when she visits her own coutnry. Or there's this:, very recent indeed. As Branton says in his "Underground Nazi Invasion of the United States", America lost world war two. Or at least the Germans won. No doubt a lot of American foot soldiers would see that as a defeat, but they aren't America.

No, let's start with Steinem. Some would say that's going to the start of feminism, but they're ignorant of history. As remarksman and Ben Fairhall are so correct in pointing out, we're seeing a reawakening of something ancient, although it's not the idealistic Matriarchy or psychic egalitarian goddess-worshippers gobbled up by those hideous Kurgan patriarchalists and their warlike ways. Read Theozoology? Those Baltic Aryans brought down by the Jews and deprived of their paradise and super-powers have inspired many things. But onward.

Yvette Cooper, then Public Health Minister revealed that the NHS spends eight times as much on women as on men. It's on the web. That's far from the only way the taxpayer gets scalped by the movement.

That from Conspiracy Nation. See also Makow, who a lot don't like.

Long before Steinem teamed un with Gunderson to distract from Monarch (of which there's speculation she may be a product, and who knows what went on during her time in India) she was working for the CIA. Her original assignment was to go to left-wing youth meetings in Europe and cause disruption as an agent provocateur. That was then her role, provoke trouble and bring the left-wing into disrepute. Later on the feminist movement did a lot of this. The original movements of the sixties were pacificist, not feminist. "What is the position of women in SNCC? The position of women in SNCC is prone." He didn't mean that, of course, but his organisation was trouble. Anti-war, pro-black power and so on. The leaders of the movement were removed and their left-wing followers, still needing a relatively similar movement to follow had their reformist instincts channeled into harmless, anti-establishment chic, feminism. That's how it works. Steinem, David Shayler, much the same thing.

Pottinger, Pinochet. Forsling Harris, JFK. Cord Meyers. Good list of Steinem's known associates, there. Perhaps she was a presidential model for Kissinger.

Divide and conquer is the tactic. Feminism is a hate movement. The idea is to turn people against each other. It's worked too. Feminism is a powerful movement.

Rather, a strong puppet. There's no independent movement, it was formed from the top down. The leaders were found, get the right people, give them the right scripts, the right image and persona, then give them a group of followers who will easily enough be recruited by publishing deals and so on. Most important, co-opt the revoultionary chic. Take over and destroy the left and the anti-war movement, that's the main target. Make "anti-oppression" mean "feminist", not "unionist". Of independent feminists there were none.

Feminism is the belief that women are all victimsand its all men's fault.--

That's not a correct belief, therefore it's not a natural belief. It's been inculcated by those with something to gain. In this case the tail hasn't been wagging the dog, it's created the dog and led it around by the nose, if you'll pardon the mixed metaphor.

That doesn't pardon the rank and file, as far as I'm concerned. We've got to get past "I was only following orders". Those books might be popular because they're written and advertised, but no-one's forced to read them, let alone take everything on board. they're corrupted, even if it isn't their fault.

UNICEF, well, look and see:

When I was a kid, people knew there was inefficiency and waste at the United Nations. But everyone would still look to UNICEF as the one agency that was really making a difference, helping children to stay healthy and get a grade-school education.

That was true until the day Jim Grant, visionary UNICEF leader, died.

So in 1995, President Bill Clinton — no doubt at the urging of Hillary — nominated Carol Bellamy as Grant's replacement. Bellamy is as doctrinaire a feminist as you will find. While serving as a state senator in New York, Bellamy had voted against a bill that would have granted legal rights to an infant who managed to survive a botched abortion.

Once she settled into her tony digs on New York's Upper East Side, Bellamy quickly became bored with UNICEF's mundane programs that doled out measles vaccines and oral rehydration tablets. She wanted to launch UNICEF into the uncharted realm of gender ideology and social engineering.

Feminist dogma teaches that correct ideology should prevail over good science. Take the breastfeeding issue, for instance.

Breastfeeding is known to be healthier and safer than bottle feeding, especially in low-income areas of the world where sanitation is poor. But the feminists charged the UNICEF breastfeeding program portrayed women "as the human equivalent of milking cows." So no more of "breast is best."

Bellamy advocated favoring girls over boys, a practice the United Nations euphemistically refers to as "positive discrimination." She pushed through her pet Go Girls! program, which ignored the fact that in some parts of the world, the schooling of boys lags behind girls.
At an April 3, 2003 press conference, a hyper-inflated Carol Bellamy issued this chauvinistic claim: "Women are the lifeline of these southern African communities. They put food on the table, and they're the ones that keep families going during such crises."

Call that the end of part one, if you like. It is, in a way, we're now going back a few years.

Wednesday, 7 November 2007


A song has come back to my mind.
Something for the Ron Paul fans.
Have I mentioned Derren Brown getting a group to guess how many jelly babies in a jar and knowing in advance that it would be a woman who was closest? Female intuition. The weak consciousness, allows the subconscious ot have more influence.
'Germany's simplicity is that of the neurotic, not the primitive. It is megalomania and egotism and the pride of the man in the Bible that waxed fat and kicked. But the results are the same. She wants to destroy and simplify; but it isn't the simplicity of the ascetic, which is of the spirit, but the simplicity of the madman that grinds down all the contrivances of civilization to a featureless monotony. The prophet wants to save the souls of his people; Germany wants to rule the inanimate corpse of the world. But you can get the same language to cover both. And so you have the partnership of St Francis and Messalina. Dick, did you ever hear of a thing called the Superman?'

'There was a time when the papers were full of nothing else,' I answered. 'I gather it was invented by a sportsman called Nietzsche.'

'Maybe,' said Sandy. 'Old Nietzsche has been blamed for a great deal of rubbish he would have died rather than acknowledge. But it's a craze of the new, fatted Germany. It's a fancy type which could never really exist, any more than the Economic Man of the politicians. Mankind has a sense of humour which stops short of the final absurdity. There never has been, and there never could be a real Superman ... But there might be a Superwoman.'
'You'll get into trouble, my lad, if you talk like that,' I said.
'It's true all the same. Women have got a perilous logic which we never have, and some of the best of them don't see the joke of life like the ordinary man. They can be far greater than men, for they can go straight to the heart of things. There never was a man so near the divine as Joan of Arc. But I think, too, they can be more entirely damnable than anything that ever was breeched, for they don't stop still now and then and laugh at themselves ... There is no Superman. The poor old donkeys that fancy themselves in the part are either crackbrained professors who couldn't rule a Sunday-school class, or bristling soldiers with pint-pot heads who imagine that the shooting of a Duc d'Enghien made a Napoleon. But there is a Superwoman, and her name's Hilda von Einem.'
That from "Greenmantle" by John Buchan.
Tomorrow I'll post the first part of my brief history of feminism, originally meant for the RI board. Today I'm going to criticise Ben Fairhall.
I'll have to be quick.
The green man was not a pagan symbol, but a symbol of woodland outlaws and resistance fighters. Elvis' name was of Welsh origin, Elfys Presselli. Odin didn't die on the tree, he merely suffered which caused him to become wise. That and the business with the well that cost him his eye.

Monday, 5 November 2007


Bad joke on QI on the BBC the other day. The old joke about three CIA agents being recruited as killers, sent into rooms to shoot their wives, the first two can't do it, the third goes in, shoots all the bullets then comes out and says "you could've told me it was loaded with blanks, I had to beat her to death with the chair". The third one, and only the third one, was changed to a woman.

1, 2, 3, from the Ingoldsby Legends. Excellent.

I saw a book, "The Groundwater Diaries", read a little bit of it. Mentioned suspicions about a Masonic conspiracy about Arsenal football club. I've said elsewhere that this is true, but he didn't seem to know about the evidence, Norris and so forth.

On. What were the Templars hiding?

Temple Bruer, as I've mentioned, is an important site. It, and nearby Aslackby, were two of only eight Templar round churches in England. According to "21st Century Grail", a questing book, a templar confessed back then that Brueria, as he called it, held one of only four templar idols, Baphomets perhaps, in England.

The place is covered in Dagaz and Triquetra.

And double M's, of course.

It's connected by "trackway" to Byard's Leap.

I've elsewhere mentioned the Templar connection to my town, and various nearby places such as Eagle. The book "Search for the Templars" (or some similar title) has a chapter just for Lincolnshire, the only country other than Yorkshire (the country's largest county) so recognised.

The site of the Templar hospital in the town was later the site of the Governor's house during the civil war, in which he had a prophetic, thrice dreaming a cannon ball hit his house and burned it down, which duly happened after the third dream. He's wisely moved house after the third occurence.

I think it would be best to dispel the myths of Templar survival in Portugal, Scotland and the Americas. The Templars actually survived their persecution, with the help of Bishop Dalderby of Lincoln, in the Bishop's castle at Newark-on -Trent, Nottinghamshire, England, where they kept the Holy Grail, or some similarly valuable object until it was stolen from its hiding place by a member of the Royal family in 1906.

I have personally seen the hole in which they hid their relic in the dungeons of Newark Castle, I have seen a nearby building with "Imperial Hall" written on it with the "A"s written in Masonic, square and compass, style. I have seen scaffolding on the same street arranged overnight into a six foot inverted pentagram.

Newark Castle would have been a very conventient place to hide the idol of Temple Bruer, Brueria, when the Templars were dissolved. I have a family conncetion myself to Brueria. There was a Templar hospital in the town, near the castle. There were reportedly (according to Rosemary Robb in a local history book) tunnels found leading from the castle which were filled in. Leading to the Church of St Mary Magdalene. I myself attended St Mary Magdalene C of E school, which has now shut down.

Are we meanto believe that it's a coincidence that Newark was, barring Oxford, THE Royalist stronghold during the civil war?

The book "Twenty-first Century Grail", which I don't recommend, mentions and idol of the Templars at Brueria (Temple Bruer, doesn't appear on all Road Atlases). The Templars being suppressed in England were taken for trial to York, London and Lincoln, putting the Bishop of Lincoln, Dalderby in a good position to rescue his friends.

From one of my files.

I should say a bit more about the dungeon whatever it was was hidden in. It's a bottle dungeon, brick lined from the eighteenth century when it was used for the storage of ice. There's a hole in the bricks, allegedly smashed in the 1906 Royal visit to retrieve whatever. The other bottle dungeon also has alcoves, five around the western half of the wall. All the alcoves are similar, a soft yellow stone with a hollow several inches square a equally deep. The rest of the castle is blue limestone. Coincidentally the dungeons are yeards from where bad King John was poisoned, but that was many year before the Templars supposedly took up residence. Supposedly the five represented five Templar installations in the area and that dungeon was for worship, the other being for the stashing of whatever was stashed. They were both used until the Civil War, after which the castle was partly demolished and partly blown up by Parliamentary forces, having three times resisted siege and being a few miles from the site of the King's surrender.

An interesting fact: the Grand Master of the English Templars was both initiated and arrested at Bruer.

Thursday, 1 November 2007

I did not have sex with that...

The man above is "not gay". Don't let his offering a blow-job to an undercover cop persuade you otherwise.

This here has a suggestive name.

The man above looks a bit like Glenn Sacks. Nothing sinister about that. Not "like a young jack palance". It has to be said, the representatives of the nation of the Third Eye do look a lot like a young Jack Palance.

Aelf-raed. Our great king. Advised by elfs.