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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

MD GUESTS ON CONSPIRINORMAL PODCAST

I appeared on Adam Sayne's Conspirinormal podcast this week, chatting for almost two hours. The subject matter will be largely familiar to those who have heard my other talks, though a few spontaneous nuggets did crop up in the course of things.

You can listen/ download from this link:

Monday, 26 September 2016

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 92: NEIL SANDERS, ROUND 2



British author, researcher and qualified hypnotist Neil Sanders returns for a highly comprehensive two-hour chat. Neil is the author of two volumes of the book 'Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own', and our conversation remains rooted in the areas of mass mind control and culture creation through movies, music and other areas of popular culture.

We discuss, among many other things, the ominous links between the entertainment business and the worlds of organised crime, military-intelligence and the dark occult. Specific subjects include the murders of 2Pac and Notorious BIG and the 'East Coast/ West Coast beef' in hip-hop, the punk scene, the Manson Murders, CIA drug-running, the LSD era, UK 'rave' and Acid House culture, and a whole load more.

Saturday, 24 September 2016

VINTAGE RADIO: JOINTS & JAMS, 25/9/99

Listening to this instalment of one of my old radio shows from 1999 reminded me of just what a blast the the 90s was for me when I was in full ignorance of so much that I now know about this reality, and life was just one big party.

How long ago those days seem now!

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Part 2:

Friday, 23 September 2016

LIVE REVIEW: LOWKEY IN BIRMINGHAM


Returning to tour after a four-year hiatus - one of which was spent on activist work in Palestine - the biggest question about Lowkey's series of comeback gigs was whether his time away would have affected his draw in the fast-moving world of hip-hop, or whether he remains the type of artist whose distinctive persona commands a loyal fanbase no matter the time between shows.

The answer to the question had already been provided on arrival at the grim brick warehouse that is the Rainbow, as a crowd, at least 80 per cent Asian, snaked around the block in one of Birmingham's old industrial areas. Once inside, it was live performances all the way, minus any fill-in DJ, as support acts Crazy Haze, Awate and Mic Righteous all delivered politically-motivated sets, the latter displaying all the charisma and crowd-control of a headline act, and drawing roars of applause every time he dropped a dope verse.

By this point the crowd were nicely primed for the main man, as Lowkey took to the stage greeted by a sea of waving arms, launching immediately into a high-energy intro, with Awate now settling into the role of his DJ. There were heavily truncated versions of a few favourites, notably 'Terrorist' and 'Voices Of The Voiceless' (minus Immortal Technique.) Collaborators were brought on-stage for others, however, including a couple of female vocalists for a solemn rendition of 'Children Of Diaspora', the return of Mic Righteous for 'Revolution', and a surprise cameo from Black The Ripper specifically to deliver his verse on 'Obama Nation', a stinging attack on the outgoing US president and the legacy of death and destruction he leaves in his wake.

Of Lowkey's political sentiments, he remains best known for his support for the people of Palestine, and his contempt for the Zionist regime of Israel, and there was no sign of this flame of passion having burned out, with his anthemic 'Long Live Palestine' gaining cheers of support. The evening ended on another downtempo reflective note, with the new song 'Ahmed,' a bitter ode to the Syrian refugee crisis.

Tonight confirmed one thing at least - Lowkey's fanbase certainly hasn't waned during his hiatus - at least not in Birmingham.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 91: MARTY LEEDS - GEMATRIA, PI & THE FLAT EARTH



Guesting for this show is US author, researcher, lecturer and musician Marty Leeds. Marty is renowned for his work with English and Hebrew Gematria systems, and his study of numbers and how they express themselves throughout the Universe, giving strong evidence for an intelligent, guiding force behind everything. He is on to his third volume exploring the transcendental number of Pi, and its cameo appearances in all aspects of nature and creation.

We talk about all of the above, and how they come together in what Marty refers to as 'Mathemagic.'  And we begin by revisiting the controversial question of whether the Earth is really a spinning globe and a tiny speck in a colossal universe, as official sources tell us, or whether the evidence points far more to it being a flat, motionless plane and the subject of intelligent design. Marty addresses the question rationally, calmly, and with no vested interest in a particular outcome. He is simply a critically-minded seeker of truth. He demonstrates how certain areas of his other work certainly support the flat plane idea.  

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

VIDEO: MD REALITY TALK INTERVIEW AT OPEN MIND CONFERENCE, COPENHAGEN


Here's the footage of my Reality Talk interview with Frank Rasmussen from last weekend's Open Mind Conference in Copenhagen. More video material from this great event coming soon.

Catch it here.

MINDBLOWING 'PAUL IS DEAD" REFLECTIONS: MIKE WILLIAMS GUESTS ON SOFIA SMALLSTORM'S PODCAST



Although I've studied the whole 'Paul Is Dead' subject thoroughly for a few years now, this interview truly blew me away. My main drawback was still not having read 'The Memoirs Of Billy Shears' by Thomas E Uharriet, which purports to be the auto-biography of the individual who has been impersonating Paul McCartney for the past 50 years, (but seemingly embellished just enough to be written off as 'fiction' in order to avoid any legal actions, and to establish plausible deniability!) The book's not cheap, and its price is what's kept me from reading it, (although a £15 Ebay voucher arrived in my inbox just today, which I'm taking as the Universe's way of telling me that now is the time to get it!)

Here, Mike Williams, aka Sage Of Quay, gives Sofia Smallstorm his interpretation of this most monumental and audacious of deceptions, based on the book's revelations. It's interesting to note that Mike was an ardent PID sceptic who was not having any of it, until he ACTUALLY went to the trouble of looking at all the evidence with a truly open mind. Then, he says, the truth became undeniable.

People still ask, 'what does it matter if McCartney was replaced? Who cares?" We SHOULD care, because if the Establishment can get away with killing off and replacing one of the most famous people in the world right under our noses, what else are they willing and capable of, and what does it say about the real motives of those that preside over all areas of our lives, and how easy we are to fool?

We've just passed the 50th anniversary of this event. For any genuine and serious students of this subject, I thoroughly recommend putting your feet up, turning the phone off and absorbing the full two hours-plus - and declining from any reflex-action 'this is ridiculous' comments at the outset!

Monday, 19 September 2016

OPEN MIND CONFERENCE 2016 - THE VERDICT


Just back from another awesome Open Mind Conference in Copenhagen, and still buzzing big time. I made the observation that, if the information presented there were to somehow be broadcast on BBC, Fox, CNN or some other such mainstream outlet, the general public would be shocked to the core, would be talking about nothing else the following day, and the NWO stranglehold on humanity would lose its grip immediately. As it is, the organisers reported that the live stream via Gaia TV was being constantly hacked so as to disrupt it. We must have been doing something right, and certain parties must be mighty scared of certain things getting out there. All the more reason to keep right on truckin'!

This event was far more rooted in geo-political/ conspiracy/ "real world" stuff than certain more esoteric events, which, in my view, is just what's needed right now. Johan Oldenkamp gave a fascinating analysis of numerological links to certain "terror" attacks, Christopher Bollyn and Jens Thor Thygessen gave new overviews of 9/11 and the JFK assassination respectively, and the brilliant Ole Dammegard rounded things off with his assessment of the barrage of false-flag terror hoaxes of this Summer, taking the official stories apart with ease and great black humour, (because sometimes, the only appropriate response to these pathetic, farcical stunts is to show them for what they really are,) and leading the crowd in a song, "We're so tired of this bullshit, yes we are", sung to the tune of 'She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain When She Comes."

The crowd showed themselves to be switched-on, compassionate and rightfully-concerned, and it's such a pleasure to resonate with such like-minded souls for a weekend - a temporary oasis of sanity and reason in a wasteland of madness. Some great discussions, friendships and plans for action made over dinner last night. Big props to the big boss Frank Bjerregaard Rasmussen, Gregg Vardy Carol Coenca, and everyone else involved in organising this highly worthwhile gathering.

The videos should all be available for free on Youtube within a month or so. I'll post them here as soon as they become available.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

MUSICAL TRUTH BOOK TOUR - NEXT DATES


Remaining dates on the Musical Truth Book Tour, starting with the OMC Denmark this weekend. Fuller details of each event are in the text below.


SAT 17TH/ SUN 18th SEPTEMBER - OPEN MIND CONFERENCE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

(Other speakers at this two-day event include Ole Dammegard, Johan Oldenkamp, Dana Durnford, Christopher Bollyn.)

Address: Kedelhallen, Nyelandsvej 75A, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Slot time: Saturday 2.45-3.45pm. (Reality Talk - interviewed by conference organiser Frank Rasmussen.)
                  Sunday 5-6pm. (Speaker panel.)
Admission: DKK 375,00 + Ticket fee (DKK 3,50) for a two-day ticket
Further info: http://www.openmindconference.com/


TUE 4th OCTOBER - KEEP TALKING GROUP, LONDON, ENGLAND

Address: The Pimlico Room, St Saviour's Church, St George's Square, Lupus Street, London, SW1V 3QW
Start time: 7pm
Admission: £4
Further info: ian@fantom.org.uk


SAT 8th OCTOBER - REAL CHANGE GRASSROOTS, LEEDS, ENGLAND

(Other speakers at this six-hour event include Mark Ceylon, Tom Crawford, Jon Shackleton, Del Henry and Rob Freeman.
Address: St. Joseph's Catholic Club, Whitfield Avenue, Leeds, LS10 2QE
Start time: (Event starts 12.30pm. Mark Devlin's presentation from 4-6pm)
Admission: Donations
Further info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1158048594270025/


MON 7th NOVEMBER - STRANGE PHENOMENA INVESTIGATIONS (SPI) SCOTLAND GROUP, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND

Address: Dram!, 232 Woodlands Road, Glasgow, G3 6ND
Start time: 7pm
Admission: £3
Further info: https://spiscotland.wordpress.com/

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 90: SONIA POULTON - TUPAC & BIGGIE 20TH ANNIVERSARIES



This podcast is being published on the 20th anniversary of the murder of Tupac Shakur. The murder of his friend-turned-adversary Notorious BIG followed in almost identical circumstances six months later. Guesting to talk at length about these crimes is journalist Sonia Poulton. Sonia is well-known for her contemporary work in both the mainstream and alternative media, but prior to this she was a hip-hop journalist, writing for Black Echoes magazine, appearing on Max & Dave's hip-hop show on Kiss FM in the early 90s, and touring with Notorious BIG in Europe.

We revisit the fateful nights of September 1996 and March 1997, examining some of the detail, and speculating on how it's possible for two such high-profile killings, occurring on two of the busiest streets in the world, to still be "unsolved." This is put into the wider context of the hip-hop landscape of the time, notably the so-called 'East Coast/ West Coast Beef.' Suge Knight, Sean 'Puffy' Combs, Dr. Dre and Eazy E are other prominent figures to get discussed.

In many ways, the murder of these two highly influential artists was symbolic of the 'death' of the once-meaningful, and highly potent artform of hip-hop, with what purports to be that scene - at least in the mainstream - now a total sick joke and toxic caricature of its former self.

Sonia concludes by touching on her recent absence from the public spotlight, unveiling details of her current journalistic projects.