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(the pics are the links)

The Count of St Germain (that’s him  —> )


500 years old a couple of hundred years ago (yeah, right …) had better watch his rear if this dude (down the page a bit) catches up.

Sadly, looking at him, I don’t think he ever will—but our gods move in mysterious ways, their wonders to perform.

Maybe one day …


I always thought we were genetically programmed to pop off not much later than around about age 120 years. Usual exceptions of course, few rules being totally reliable; but this Indonesian guy makes a mockery of statistics … unless of course he is the exception that proves the rule. Or a faker.

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Unreal, some say.

Others take his claim on faith. Skyborne piggy 2.jpg

Some say he cannot be verified, so obviously he’s faking.

Some might even wonder what sort of records were kept in his neighbourhood when he was actually born, and what sort survived since …

I just like the tale and thought that you might too. Anyway, he does look older than the 120 I was trying to give everyone—so much for my grasp of basic stats …





and only at great cost.


Was throwing out rationality, decency, morality, and the Argussian way of life.

It was expensive, though. But once you look at issues logically it all slots neatly into place:



facing facts and integrating observations into Reality. Which doesn’t come cheap, my recommendation: don’t do it*.


  • that the Conspiracy Nutters (some of them) have it right
  • there will be another world war
  • nukes will be tossed about with mad rapturous abandonment
  • billions will die
  • etc etc, you know, the old ‘Doomsday’ scenario writ large



plan is right now being enacted and will come, eventually, to fruition.

I’ll admit I’m insane. To even think of such a thing requires a certifiable mind, ergo I’m batty.

NO Hydra

I don’t believe in flying saucer space-aliens, ‘greys’, gods, angels/demons or any other such.

But I do believe in unpleasant self-interested people with ambitions and capabilities (wealth & power) far exceeding my own. I also believe that they will win, because their mentality is beyond our normal credibility (despite history).


reduced to the role of spectator I’m making a flask of coffee so I can sit back and watch the show (until part of it).

It may see me out (I hope) but if it catches up with me I’ll have the dubious satisfaction of knowing that I was right—

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We are a band of brothers …

—and truly we are all brothers at heart, united in the common aim of serving humanity.

Yeah …



* Just sit back, guzzle your Soma,  make love while the sun still shines.

(Oh: and don’t forget to Vote — that’s very important; you hold the future in your ballot-box) (no?)


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Democracy, would you believe.

Democracy: which other than Switzerland I would say doesn’t exist anywhere on this planet.

Democracy: which once upon a time was succinctly defined in his Gettysburg Address by one Abraham Lincoln (that’s him, up on the left there) as





then freely translated by The Elect over the years into this reigning paradigm





whose definition do we use when reading such guff as the snippet further down?

My advice is to throw out Lincoln’s lovely but unattainable theorising and go pragmatic. Use the old computer approach, you know: WYSIWYG*, and always bear in mind that what you get is rarely, if ever, what you were promised. Especially by those nice politicians you so rapturously and democratically elected:

“… SPIEGEL: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump criticized the war in Iraq, too. He has announced he wants to stop “current policies of nation-building and regime change” — precisely the policy you backed.

Wolfowitz: It would be a huge mistake to abandon democracy promotion. Peaceful political change has been enormously successful in the past years in Eastern European countries as well as in countries like South Korea, South Africa, Chile and Indonesia. However, if possible, the use of force is something to avoid except in cases where genocide is threatened, like Bosnia or Libya or with regimes that threaten our security, like the Taliban and Saddam Hussein. After a regime is removed, however, it is dangerous to leave a security vacuum. This is where we failed in Libya and in Iraq.

SPIEGEL: Does it annoy you that you are called the …”

To read it all:  CLICK HERE

Hydra.pngRereading ol’ Wolfie’s opening sentence there … what bloody democracy?

Is he being naively honest here and admitting he really doesn’t have a clue, or is he cynically relying on two entirely different interpretations of the word? (I vote cynic.)


representatives only nominally represent you … then whose interests are they really serving?


think Hydra           —>



* WYSIWYG being ‘What You See Is What You Get‘. Pragmatically what you get is not what you were led to believe you’d get. But you knew that before you voted, no?




where I’m going wrong!

I was wandering through some guff and stuff and happened across Poe’s Law, which I promptly pulled in and shall now quote from—

Avoid sarcasm and facetious remarks.

Without the voice inflection and body language of personal communication these are easily misinterpreted. A sideways smile, :-), has become widely accepted on the net as an indication that “I’m only kidding”. If you submit a satiric item without this symbol, no matter how obvious the satire is to you, do not be surprised if people take it seriously.[5]

read source:  CLICK HERE Cerberus, Semper Vigilans

Bugger. I always assumed (ingratiating grin) that my readership (beaming smile) was intelligent enough (look of admiration, open mouthed) to see the obvious for themselves without me having to post signs (look of benign query) and ’emoticons’.

Stuff it—I’ll carry on as per usual and devil take the hindmost.

It’s a personality thing, dammit.

And I am NOT “only kidding” … actually, I want people to take my sarcasms and caustic satires seriously—if you need a label to divine my drift then as a scribe I have failed.




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So aptly named …


atheist myself I find I am completely befuddled by the women who welcome(?) the burqa, the chador, the black-bag; almost as much as civilisation welcomes(?) the arrogant screaming scumballs currently invading Europe and the west (by invitation, too—the mind boggles).

If ever the present German manhood can overcome the imposed and totally undeserved WW2 ‘Nazi guilt’ feelings and reawaken its pride—


Most of Germany today had absolutely nothing to do with the Nazis, the Holocaust, genocides, bombing London, killing 25 million Russians or flattening Guernica. There may be just an occasional dribbling thing in an old folks home somewhere but it would be fair to say that there are no WW2 Nazis left. Certainly not enough to overly worry or feel guilty about.

—they might care to look into their own present government and do some serious thinking.

If they don’t they are doomed and will get the fate they deserve. But by association if Islam can invoke in the descendants of the Nazis the same Nazi fervour, then the rest of us might just have very serious problems. (Certainly the Jews and Israel would.)


As arrogant as the ungrateful colonisers being imported into Europe in their millions are, they are insecure in their manhood. Think about it.

Any ‘man’ who has to cloister away ‘his’ woman/women is insecure; frightened that he is not man enough to retain her favours, her respect, her loving adoration (or at least her subservience). In fact, he’s an inadequate wimp.

But if he cannot keep her cloistered away then at least he can hide her (even in full view) from other men. Ergo the ubiquitous ‘purdah’ of Islam. One gathers that Islamic men trust each other to the nth degree (or at least as far as they can throw a London bus, one-handed, whilst standing up in a hammock).


any choice? Not if to the manner born; where most will seek to preserve the status quo—it’s what they were raised to/for. If it’s all they know, they will fight tooth and claw to preserve it—fight like rabid cats to be treated, not as equals, but as property. As chattels, slaves, sex slaves, objects.

Lberated, at last!.pngOthers will put their lives on the line to be simply treated and respected as people—and some have already paid the price.


(especially in Germany) Political Correctness has long overtaken common sense. Hence we have scholarly in-depth overly researched ‘neutral’ news articles by well meaning journalists desperately conforming to the current expected norms. Pragmatism rules? Yes, no; but at least you get to keep your job. Just keep on producing what your bosses want, win/win. No?

I offer this quote from Spiegel—

“…Whether we tolerate the burqa or not is a question that serves to highlight the limits of our tolerance…”

source:  CLICK HERE 

—make of it what you will, and if you try to tell me it’s not just a wee teensy hint of a little bit slanted … I’ll spit in your backwards leaning eye. Dammit, with me say what you really think—and mean what you say.

While you still can …

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Good. Get out there, soon, and exercise your democratic prerogatives. But vote for whom? A toughie …

” … The US presidential election this November will tell whether a majority of the US population is irredeemably stupid. If voters elect Hillary, we will know that Americans are stupid beyond redemption …”

Well. That’s just one opinion. Given the apparent choice I’d vote for her (she’s prettier than Trump) (and so is a rottweiler).

Skyborne piggy 2.jpgFor myself I think that anyone who votes at all is “stupid beyond redemption”. Don’t take me up on this statement—it will only lead you to tears so just write me off as yet another nut-case. Go ahead and vote, to ensure your continuing peace and prosperity.

After all: in our lovely Democracies we get what we choose and we get what we deserve. No?


come November, who’s it to be—

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the cute wee dogalike, or

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the Last trump, or

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If I had your vote you could safely put me down for neither. But you?

Take a historical aside here:

at the time of the Vietnam War the hippies and flower-power folks had a query—

“What if they gave a war … and no-one came?”

Which I personally might  amend to—

“What if they gave an election … and no-one came?

What if, indeed …






do, when confronted with such a statement (from Wikipedia) as this—

Bernays, working for the administration of Woodrow Wilson during World War I with the Committee on Public Information, was influential in promoting the idea that America’s war efforts were primarily aimed at “bringing democracy to all of Europe”.[citation needed] …

Stunned by the degree to which the democracy slogan had swayed the public both at home and abroad, he wondered whether this propaganda model could be employed during peacetime.[citation needed] Due to negative implications surrounding the word propaganda because of its use by the Germans in World War I, he promoted the term public relations.[citation needed] According to the BBC interview with Bernays’ daughter Anne, Bernays believed that the public’s democratic judgment was “not to be relied upon” and feared that the American public “could very easily vote for the wrong man or want the wrong thing, so that they had to be guided from above.” Anne interpreted “guidance” to mean that her father believed in a sort of “enlightened despotism“.[7]

Source Wikipedia, to see:  CLICK HERE

before you try to answer that, here’s what led me to Bernays in the first place. Perhaps if you read it you’ll begin to see where I’m coming from— Worms can.png

Source:  CLICK HERE 

—but be warned, it’s a can of worms that once opened may just spoil your life forever.

Before we go further with this ask yourself what the term ‘democracy’ really means? If you find yourself quoting Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address give yourself top marks: you are indeed a genuine card-carrying First-Class absolute Dupe.


Go ahead, call me out on this one.

If you think you can …