Saturday, May 23, 2015

It Is All About The Money Not Just Billions But Over Two Trillion

9/11 Conspiracy Solved

It was all about the Money: Billions to hide and the Trillions that went missing.

Friday, May 22, 2015

The Truth About Capitalism

According to the film, powerful social influencers have mastered the art of spreading their ideologies through our politics, economic systems, and various forms of media. Inundated with these manufactured realities, the public too often fails to consider the true source of the information they're being fed, and they allow themselves to become mere pawns in a series of skillfully manipulative games. These tactics are nothing new. In fact, they were revealed to the public as early as 1928, when Edward Bernays, long considered the father of public relations, published a book titled Propaganda. In it, Bernays expressed the reality that, "we are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of."
Perhaps the most insidious of these tactics involves the global education system, an arena by which the majority can be controlled into accepting revolutionary and radical ideologies. The film accuses the world's major conglomerates of pushing their economic and social agendas by infiltrating schools and universities under the protective cloak of philanthropic foundations.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Why Die From Cancer When You Can Be Cured

Powerful Film Tells The Truth 
Why Pharmaceutical Companies 
Do Not Want People Cured 
From Cancer

Monday, April 13, 2015

EVOLUTION: A Terrorist's Idea

An interesting perspective of terrorism in a modern world.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

She Isn't Skinny, She Is Sheik

Models are models and depending upon the desired model, they get traded in for different models, but it is still the same brand of Just that some are more expensive than others.

A Danish magazine has apologised for featuring an underweight teenage model in its latest issue.

Fashion magazine Cover this week published an image of 16-year-old model Lululeika Ravn Liep, which came under fire because the model appeared dangerously thin.

The hashtag #covergate took off on social media and spread quickly across the world after thousands joined a Reddit thread- Corpse or model?- to express outrage.

The magazine's founder Malene Malling made the following apology on Facebook, as reported by The Gloss:

"I have not lived up to my responsibility as a publisher, woman and mother and am truly sorry. At Cover we have, in all the years, worked to show an expanded beauty ideal, to show that you can be beautiful in various ages and various sizes. We have always sought to work with healthy girls. Just two months ago we had plus-size model Diana Graham on the front of the Cover, so it is certainly a subject we focus on."

Malling also told TV2 it was a "huge mistake" and the photo "should not have been published".

A Danish politician, the tax minister Benny Englebrecht, even jumped into the debate.

He wrote on Twitter "I seriously thought that the fashion industry had understood that anorexia is a problem that should be taken seriously," according to Danish news site The Local.

The model's agency Scoop, the Daily Mail reported, said the teenager was "in a bad time in her life after losing two members of her family... So we ask that all comments are made ​​with respect and without calling [her] sick, because it is not."

Cover magazine photo shoot in question.

Thursday, February 19, 2015






Monday, January 26, 2015


 HRH  The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh who has been previously known as HRH Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, HRH Sir Philip Mountbatten, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

The Prince's full style is:
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, Baron Greenwich, Royal Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Extra Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, Grand Master and First and Principal Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Member of the Order of Merit, Knight of the Order of Australia, Additional Member of the Order of New Zealand, Extra Companion of the Queen's Service Order, Royal Chief of the Order of Logohu, Extraordinary Companion of the Order of Canada, Extraordinary Commander of the Order of Military Merit,[3] Canadian Forces Decoration, Lord of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, Privy Councillor of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, Personal Aide-de-Camp to Her Majesty, Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom*

Now we can add Knight of Australia.

In the interests of community relations one Australian newspaper journalist has shortened his style to

 and his wise sayings:

    “The bastards murdered half my family.”  In 1967, speaking about the Russians.
    “If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.” Said to a 1986 meeting of the World Wildlife Fund.

    “How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to pass the test?” Question to a Scottish driving instructor in 1995.

    “Do you still throw spears at each other?” Speaking to Aboriginal leader Ivan Brim in Cairns in 2002.

    “You managed not to get eaten then?” Question to a British student who had been trekking on the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea in 1998.

    “Well, you’ll never fly in it, you’re too fat to be an astronaut.” Said to a 13-year-old while visiting the NOVA space craft at the University of Salford in Manchester in 2001.

    “Everybody was saying we must have more leisure. Now they are complaining they are unemployed.” Commentary on the deep recession in Britain in the 1980s.

    “You are a women, aren’t you?” To a gift-bearing native in Kenya in 1984.

    “If it doesn’t fart or eat hay, she is not interested.” On Princess Anne’s love of horses.
    Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease.” When asked to pat a koala in Australia in 1992.

    “If you stay here much longer, you’ll all be slitty-eyed.” Comment to British exchange students in Beijing in 1986.

    “What do you gargle with? Pebbles?” To Tom Jones after a Royal Variety Performance.

    In 1969 the duke was said to have annoyed Tom Jones after the Royal Variety Performance by asking: "What do you gargle with, pebbles?" He added the following day: "It is very difficult at all to see how it is possible to become immensely valuable by singing what I think are the most hideous songs."

    Yet some remarks may have been considered less controversial. Thirty years ago, Prince Philip said at a private lunch that he thought Adam Faith's singing was like bath water going down a plug hole.

    “Deaf? If you are near there, no wonder you are deaf.” Talking to young deaf people in Wales about a steel band recital in 1999.

    “Do you know they have eating-dogs for the anorexic now?” Sharing a joke with a blind, wheelchair-bound woman accompanied by a guide dog in 2002.

    “It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.”Describing a fuse box at a factory in Scotland in 1999.

    And reported at News Limted Online

    To a tourist in Budapest: “You can’t have been here long, you haven’t got a pot belly.”

    At a party in 2004: “Bugger the table plan, give me my dinner!”

    To a nursing home resident in a wheelchair: “Do people trip over you?”

    To a penniless student: “Why don’t you go and live in a hostel to save cash?”

    On women in general: “I don’t think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing.”

    * Wikipedia