Russian President Vladimir Putin recently visited the (out)House of Saud, where he was feted with what has to be the world's worst performance of the Russian national anthem by a Saudi... "ensemble de bruit". Vlad, when your teeth stop grinding, here's a thought: the next time some princeling from the (out)House of Saud visits Russia, why not return the favor? Just a thought...
Brief thoughts (e.g. 100 words or less).
As I mentioned in Thursday's News and Views, the likelihood is I will have to travel for a couple of days, and this will mean there will likely be no blogs for at least a couple of days next week. I will however have my laptop with me to keep an eye on the website and to sort articles coming in. Accordingly I'm moving this week's honorable mentions up from Saturday to today. Thanks for your patience folks. Thanks to V.T., M.H., H.A.H., B.H., and S.D. who shared the following articles:
Is this photoshopped? or real?
And some California fires theories:
And a contrary opinion:
P.S.J. and V.T. both shared this: Harold Bloom died at 89. With his death, we've lost one of the last sane voices in Amairikuhn quackademia:
Apropos of today's main blog, here is the full length video on solar forcing, and as you watch this, keep thinking "ionospheric heaters" and "chemtrails":
Hi folks! I want to give you an update on what's going on. I'm feeling better, and I am planning to have the vidchat which is scheduled for this Friday at 2PM US Central time. However, there may not be a News and Views tomorrow as there is a prediction of severe weather, which will put Shiloh into a tizzy and perhaps both of us into the storm shelter.
There were a lot of stories this week that made the Honorable Mentions list. Thanks to A.C.M., K.J., S.D., P.T.,
Notice anything unusual about the gold bullion in this story?
Apropos of today's main blog, V.T. shared this excellent article:
Apropos of today's main blog, and the high octane speculative nuttery avdanced therein, consider this story about the latest explosions involving Elon Musk's electric Tesla cars(this story shared by N):
And speaking of quantum stuff, P.T. passed this one along, and yes, it regards quantum computing and a recent alleged 'big leap forward'. As you read, think beyond the quantum uses of cracking internet encryption (remember, I warned that this might happen). Think rather of group observer effects, the macrocosm, the transhumanist agenda, and (here it comes) Mandela Effect:
And since the main blog mentioned those pulses in Oklahoma, here's a tidbit about that:
This was another of those weeks that it was very difficult to select articles to blog about, because there were so many good ones, plus a bunch of articles that were "self-explanatory" that bear mentioning. Here are some of them, and thank you, once again, to all of you who comb the internet and share your discoveries with us!
Here is the transcript of Lord Blackheath's speech in the British House of Lords regarding Brexit and secret deals for an Anglo-French nuclear deterrent. You'll remember Lord Blackheath from my book Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations talking about the amount of gold in the world.
And that cargo ship that capsized off the coast of George, we're now being told, was "off balance." Gee? Ya think? Duh! (Don't you love these explanations that pretend to be explanations and tell us what we already know?):
And here's more on that Chinese bonds story I blogged about:
And finally, one of our regular readers and article contributors spotted this interesting government document on weather modification expenditures to then Pennsylvania Senator Richard Schweiker:
And finally an interesting little article on AI:
And apropos of today's main blog, here's a story from a year ago courtesy of S.D. about the army training underground:
And here's one shared with me by Dr. Carol Rosin: