Fake News Industrial Complex


The Daily Mail, in the UK, is the country’s most ‘right-wing’ newspaper but despite that, this morning out of the seventeen leading stories, nine were ostensibly anti Trump.

The left-wing bias of the UK Mass Media is obvious to most people and has been for several years.

During the run up to the vote to leave the European Union all newspapers in the UK maintained a anti leave bias and the Daily Mail gleefully ran stories of the impending apocalypse.

The Daily Mail consistently smears and misreports anyone, particularly from the working class, who dares to highlight the problems of mass immigration into the UK.

According to a Yougov poll, the Daily Mail has a readership demographic of middle-age right-wing people, mostly women. Why then would they consistently run political stories that push the left-wing agenda? These stories are against the known interests and bias of their own readership, so what would possess a newspaper to try to subvert its own readership?

If you examine a single story within the world’s  ‘Fake News Industrial Complex’ on the BBC, CNN etc, you will find that they all use the same spin and in some cases exactly the same talking points.

Given that the majority of Americans voted for Trump and the majority of Brits voted against the EU project, why is it that the media still spin reports contrary to the interests of the masses? It doesn’t make any business sense, particularly if we are supposed to be living in an ‘evil’ capitalist society.

Once you begin to see the bias, the way that FNIC use language to programme a response in the minds of the audience, you will not be able to unsee it!

Let me know what you think in the comments.



Christine Sullivan and Jenna Pelegrini were stabbed to death, in their home last year. There were no witnesses but they had an Amazon Echo in their home. Now a judge has ordered Amazon to turn over a copy of the voice recordings the Echo made over three days. What you need to understand is that that the appliance constantly records your voice and uploads it to the cloud.

From mobile phones to washing machines, we have been conned into paying for the very machines that the government can use to spy on every aspect of our home life.

As usual, Amazon hides the truth behind a 12,000 word document that they laughingly call their ‘terms and conditions’. At one point it says that Alexa is not recording your conversations but then admits that all your messages, communications, requests and all related interactions are stored on their servers.

Buried within the small print are the clauses that state that if you don’t agree to Alexa recording and storing your voice and conversations that Amazon can revoke you access to the appliance without refund. You have to ask yourself why they would put that clause in the contract?

Most of us have had the experience of discussing a product we might buy, only to find that Google or Facebook ads suddenly fills our browser with adverts for the products we just mentioned in the real world.

It’s obvious that the Corporate Marxist elites see us as cash cows to be milked but what is really galling is that the more the government restricts the internet, ostensibly because of their concerns for our privacy, the less ‘privacy’ we actually have.

To read the original article go HERE

Quaker Oatmeal Squares


Do you know what you are feeding your children, or you for that matter? There are currently 28 different cereals that contain the ingredient ‘glyphosate’, an herbicide applied to the leaves of plants to kill both broadleaf plants and grasses. The Environmental Protection Agency caps glyphosate tolerance at 5.0 parts per million (ppm), whilst the Environmental Working Group deems any level above 160 parts per billion (ppb) is not safe. If that is the case then why is Quaker Oatmeal Squares Cereal Honey Nut, registering at 2,837 ppb available for sale and human consumption! Read this article by Mary Kekatos for the Daily Mail


‘Cancer-causing’ weed killer is found in Honey Nut Cheerios, Quaker Oats and 24 more cereals. The Environmental Working Group tested 28 cereals, oatmeals and snack bars.

It found that all of them had glyphosate, but 26 had levels deemed ‘unsafe’.

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, the most commonly used herbicide in agriculture.

None of the products had levels above what is allowed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The World Health Organization and California have listed the chemical as carcinogenic.

Dozens of cereals, oatmeals and snack bars contain trace amounts of a weed killer that has been linked to cancer, a new report says.

Released by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), the report found 26 of 28 oat-based cereal products that were tested had ‘harmful’ levels of glyphosate, the main ingredient of Roundup.

Products included variations of Cheerios and Quaker Oats, including Honey Nut Cheerios, Quaker Oatmeal Squares Honey Nut, and Quaker Overnight Oats.

The weed killer was recently at the center of a trial in which a California jury found Roundup was responsible for giving groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson, 46, terminal cancer.

None of the products in the new report had levels above what is allowed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), but the EWG argues that customers should be concerned that any levels are being detected in products consumed by children everyday.

The report from the Environmental Working Group found 26 of 28 oat-based cereal products that were tested had levels of glyphosate, the main ingredient of Roundup.

In August, the EWG conducted its first study, which found the presence of glyphosate in 45 samples of breakfast cereals from producers Quakers, Kellogg’s, and General Mills.

On the heels of this study, the group wanted to dive further and test specifically Quaker Oats and Cheerios products, because high levels of glyphosate were found in the first study and they are two of the most popular cereal brands.

For the new study, the EWG purchased the products at grocery stores in San Francisco and Washington, DC, and had them tested at Anresco Laboratories in San Francisco.

Results of the samples showed glyphosate was detectable in all 28 products, and levels considered unsafe were found in 26.

The EPA caps glyphosate tolerance at 5.0 parts per million (ppm).

But the EWG’s health benchmark is much more conservative and says any level greater than 160 parts per billion (ppb) is not safe.

In the report, the highest level was found Quaker Oatmeal Squares Cereal Honey Nut, registering at 2,837 ppb.

That number is nearly 18 times greater than EWG’s benchmark.

However, government agencies, manufacturers and advocacy groups seem to be conflicted about what is – and is not – considered safe.

Following the results of the EWG’s report, both General Mills and Quaker released statements insisting their products are safe.

‘[The] EWG report artificially creates a “safe level” for glyphosate that is detached from those that have been established by responsible regulatory bodies in an effort to grab headlines,’ a statement from Quaker, sent to Daily Mail Online, read in part.

‘We believe EWG’s approach is invalid, and we stand behind our statement that the Quaker products tested by EWG are safe.’

General Mills, the makers of Cheerios, also cited the group’s benchmark, telling CNN: ‘The extremely low levels of pesticide residue cited in recent news reports is a tiny fraction of the amount the government allows.’

The EPA itself released a statement saying the report should not leave consumers concerned.

But Dr Alexis Temkin, a toxicologist at the EWG who worked on the report, says the results are disconcerting.

‘Just because something is legal doesn’t mean it’s safe or that it provides that extra level of protection for children,’ she told Daily Mail Online.

She mentioned that the EPA increased the amounts of glyphosate residue allowed on oats from 20 ppm in 1997 to 30 ppm in 2008.

‘The EPA likely saw it was increasingly being used as a pre-harvest dessicant (the application of a herbicide crops shortly before harvest) and increased the limit to allow it to be legal,’ Dr Temkin said.

Glyphosate-based products are sold in more than 160 countries, and farmers use it on 250 types of crops in California alone, which is the leading farming state in the US.

In March 2015, the World Health Organization found that that the herbicide is ‘probably carcinogenic to humans’.

Then, in 2017, California named glyphosate an ingredient that causes cancer under the state’s Proposition 65, which requires Roundup to carry a warning label if sold in California.

Roundup’s maker, Monsanto, says glyphosate is safe and that its product has undergone stringent testing.

However, in August, a California jury ordered the company to pay $289 million to a groundsman who claimed the weed killer is responsible for giving him cancer.

A judge upheld the verdict on Monday but reduced Monsanto’s payout to Dewayne Johnson to $78million.

‘The report shows that breakfast cereals are not a place for pesticides linked to cancer,’ said Dr Temkin.

‘What we show here is that there are detectable levels in common foods that children exposed to every day. Over a long period of time, that can be dangerous.’



Let me ask you a question! Do you trust your doctor? Your psychiatrist?

I grew up in the 1960s and in those days we were programmed to trust psychiatrists, doctors, police and the state — usually in that order.

After the Second World War, the Church and it’s priests had quietly abdicated their moral high ground, after loudly supporting two world wars and signing deals with two of the world’s biggest mass murderers: Hitler and Mussolini.

It was to the doctors that the parents of my generation turned, now that the Church could no longer be trusted.

Today, as the gold plaiting is wearing off the twenty-first century, our youth are beginning to pay the price for my generation’s stupidity.

With suicide the biggest killer of our children, now might be a very good time to call your attention to a few points that the mass media never discuss.


“The roots of psychiatry have to do with control, power and alienation from society”

Dr Lee Coleman – Author: ‘Reign of Error’


Bethlem Royal Hospital, infamously known as ‘Bedlam’, started the psychiatric scam in the seventeenth century. At that time, psychiatrists were seen more as gaolers rather than doctors. For the last three hundred years, ‘Professional Standing’ has been the gold at the end of the psychiatrist’s rainbow.

Dr Ty Colbert, the author of ‘The Rape of the Soul’, explains that psychiatry invented biological interventions (torture) in order to justify their occupation.

Devices like ‘drowning machines’ and forced immobilisation, both of which would now be called torture devices, were used on vulnerable patients. Inevitably an extremely high mortality rate was the price of psychiatry’s early professional pretensions.

An American, Dr Benjamin Rush, was convinced that insanity was caused by too much blood in the head. He made a fortune draining blood from his patients. Predictably enough, his treatments were, more often than not, fatal. This hasn’t stopped the Americans naming him the “Father of American Psychiatry”.

As the eighteenth century wore on, it became obvious that psychiatrists had failed to cure anyone and with the mounting death toll, their incompetence was getting hard to conceal. Dr Henry Cotton, frustrated at his failure to find a cure for mental disorders, hit on the brilliant idea of cutting bits off of his patients. He started with their teeth, but quickly moved on to tonsils, stomachs and other previously useful parts. Obviously, the threat of maiming would have cured most people, which kind of proves that they weren’t that crazy!

Professor Thomas Szasz, author of ‘The Myth of Mental Illness’, explains that mutilation of patients IS the history of psychiatry.

Psychiatrists learnt very early on to cloak their torture in medical jargon. This came to be called, ‘The Medical Model’.

It wasn’t until 1879 that Professor Wilhelm Wundt, in his book ‘Human and Animal Psychology’, stated that the appearance or illusion of consciousness is purely a chemical reaction. As Darwinism convinced everyone to think of humans as organic machines that had evolved by accident, it became possible to imply that all mental disorders had a physiological cause.

In 1883, a cousin of Charles Darwin named Francis Galton, a psychologist, took Wundt’s idea to its logical conclusion and gave the world the Eugenics movement. Eugenics built on Darwin’s theory of evolution by giving nature a little shove in the right direction. He proposed the forced sterilisation of anyone he didn’t like the look of. It was an approach that the American government embraced. Between 1907 and 1963 it enthusiastically sterilised criminals and ‘other undesirables’.

It was the Eugenics movement in America and its programme of forced sterilisation that inspired Hitler and gave rise to the Holocaust and the Second World War. But I’m getting ahead of myself.

A countrymen of Wundt’s, the philosopher, Friedrich Nietzshe, put it well when he said,

‘God is dead, God remains dead and we killed him’.

And so the psychiatrists have proved.

Ivan Pavlov noticed that if you reward a dog with food after ringing a bell, eventually the dog will salivate when you ring the bell on its own. Obviously this Russian idiot had not grown up with dogs, otherwise he would have known that dogs know what time it is without having to wear a watch.

He continued his experiments by torturing humans, so you can imagine the horror he visited on the poor dogs.

It is important to note that many modern psychiatrists consider Pavlov a genius!!

Psychologist John Watson, a famous behaviourist, said that “children should be treated as you would treat an ox you slaughter”. B. F Skinner, Watson’s successor, kept his own baby daughter in a box for a year to prove his hero’s point.

In the 1930s, Manfred Sakel, a psychiatrist, from Austria emigrated to America and gifted the world the concept of killing braincells with insulin. Over 40% of his patients suffered severe spinal cord damage from the epileptic fits he induced. Sadly, psychiatrists never let the body count bother them.

Electric Shock Therapy, started in Italy, when the ever humane psychiatrists noticed that shocking the life out a pig made them docile and easy to kill. They soon expanded their victim pool to include all kinds of animals. Inevitably, they started using Electric Shock Therapy on the most vulnerable people in society, the mentally ill. Broken teeth and broken spines were common but this didn’t dampen psychiatry’s enthusiasm.


American, Dr Walter J. Freeman took psychiatry to new depths of horror by giving people a lobotomy (destroying the frontal lobe of the brain) without anaesthetic through the simple expedient of sticking an ice pick through their eye socket into their brain. He travelled the country in his ‘Lobotomobile’ giving the American people the benefit of his extensive “education” and services at $25 a go!

By the time Freeman retired at 57 he had lobotomised over 3500 people, some as young as four years old. He had no surgical training and over 25% of his patients ended up in a vegetative state and many died.

Rosemary Kennedy

He even lobotomised John F. Kennedy’s sister, Rosemary, and left her with severe brain damage. You could never accuse psychiatrists of being faint hearted. They carried on with the mutilation of their patients regardless of the damage they caused to them or their families. After all, they were the new ‘priesthood’.

Lobotomising patients earned psychiatrists an average of 31 million dollars annually.

By the 1950s psychiatrists had discovered that a chemical, originally designed to kill parasites in pigs, could be repackaged as a chemical lobotomy. Thorazine was a much neater solution than an ice pick and it gave the profession an entry into the drug industry. What they didn’t tell their patients was that their new wonder ‘cure’ often caused long term or permanent brain damage.

And so it was that a marriage made in hell began, the psychiatry industry had finally met the pharmaceutical industry; it was love at first sight — the world would never be the same again.