Tag Archives: MSM

Response to a Couple of Comments

I was writing yesterday that the 20th century was unique in the annals of history as being a time when it was possible to engage in the mass indoctrination of millions of people using one-way megaphone broadcast media, such as … Continue reading

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Three Matters Of Interest

These days I spend much of my time building a computer heat flow simulation model, and dropping snow and ice onto the surface of an imaginary Earth. It’s what I’ve been doing for the past year or so. It also … Continue reading

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The Dying Mainstream Media

A couple of bits of news. First, in the UK: …record numbers of people are already abandoning the BBC, either giving up television altogether or migrating to more modern streaming services like Netflix and others, which offer a range of … Continue reading

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Solidarity

I almost met her at Stony Stratford. I was sat at a table with a beer and a cigarette, and she passed by my table, and said “Hi Frank,” as she sailed on by. But that’s what Stony Stratford was … Continue reading

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The New Outcasts

I spent a while yesterday watching Roseanne Barr talking online to Lionel Nation, and it reminded me of the Smoky Drinky Bar and interviews that Emily and I have done. They were having the same hardware problems we have. One … Continue reading

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Terminated

Since early August, the Alex Jones YouTube channel has been displaying a single line of text: This account has been terminated for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines. But he seems to have popped up on other video channels, like real.video and … Continue reading

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The Ministry of Silly Walks

A couple of says back, Junican wrote: There is something seriously, seriously wrong when TV dramas dare not show someone committing the criminal act of smoking in ‘an enclosed public place’ but can show the criminal act of stabbing someone, … Continue reading

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