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Among Friends: Stories From The Journey
Among Friends: Stories From The Journey

1.0 out of 5 stars Are You Satanic Enough?, 26 May 2014
I downloaded a sample of this e-book while looking through a very interesting website. It had loads of various celebrities doing the one-eye (Horus), and the three-fingered 666 sign. And then I came across the picture on the cover of this book. "Maybe they are doctoring all the pictures," I thought. So I tried to find the book on Amazon, just to confirm.

And there it was. The same picture with Jim doing the famous Satanic hand gesture: the number of the beast indeed! One chapter is called 'Are You Jesus Enough?' Jim clearly isn't; he's a not-very-secret Satanist.

At just over £6 (at the time of writing) for about 140 pages, you'd have to be almost Satanically stupid to buy it. Even another well-known Satanist, former president George Bush, knew he needed some humor to sell his engaging memoirs "Decision Points". I like this line on page 446 of my paperback edition., "I took my responsibility to be a good fiscal steward seriously."

The line is almost as funny as George's recent portraits of world leaders.

A. M..

A Thief in the Night: Death of Pope John Paul I
A Thief in the Night: Death of Pope John Paul I
by John Cornwell
Edition: Paperback

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Private Investigations, 19 May 2014
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I am great fan of John Cornwell, having already read "Hitler's Pope" (see the review). This was the previous book and it was the Vatican's attempt to undermine David Yallop's In God's Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul I bestseller which claimed that JPI was murdered. Cornwell even interviews Yallop in the book. It makes little difference. We know that there was cover-up.

I stopped reading this book in the middle and read The Secret History of the Jesuits. Then everything made sense. The Jesuits are a bunch of liars. Once you know that then the pieces all fit together. Even in John Thavis's The Vatican Diaries: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Power, Personalities and Politics at the Heart of the Catholic Church we see how the Jesuits rewrite history (see chapter two).

Halfway through the book Cornwell interviews some Jesuits who apparently wrote a piece in their newspaper that JPI had had "An Imitation of Christ" in his hands when he died. They were clearly lying.

The Jesuits are liars. The current Pope is a Jesuit. Enough said.

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Making It Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the men who blew up the British economy
Making It Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the men who blew up the British economy
Price: £6.33

0 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Homosexuals, Inc., 14 May 2014
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I waited a long time for this book. But ultimately it wasn't really worth the wait. While the author has clearly done a considerable amount of research, and the narrative is very engaging, the bottom line is that Martin either misses the whole point of what happened - or he deliberately chooses to ignore it. I think it's the latter.

Inside the Brotherhood: Explosive Secrets of the Freemasons
Inside the Brotherhood: Explosive Secrets of the Freemasons
by Martin Short
Edition: Paperback
Price: £18.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kissing the Tortoise Shell, 8 May 2014
Yet another book I picked in a charity shop, and a bargain at £1.99. Get a second-hand copy on Amazon as this a great read, especially for people interested in all things religious, occult and "The Simpsons" (they lampoon most of the symbols).

Forget the bozos who only gave it 1 star; they are idiots. The paragraph on page 148 (in my paperback edition) is very interesting, "There are times when the whole of Freemasonry [throw in Knights of Malta, The Shriners, Skull & Bones, etc.] seems like an overgrown schoolboy's morbid fantasy, with war games thrown in."

Unfortunately, these overgrown schoolboys (Bush, Blair, Cheney, Straw and now Cameron, Hague and Kerry) like to bring the rest of us into their "war games" (Iraq and Afghanistan; Libya and Syria).

The passage continues. "It all reeks of Just William [Hague] and his gang." Hague, of course, is a member of the Friends of Israel. He knows where the power is.

I like Kerry's book A Call to Service: My Vision for a Better America. Yeah, serve himself and his Skull & Bones cronies!

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Secret Society: Inside - and Outside - the Conservative Party
Secret Society: Inside - and Outside - the Conservative Party
by Emma Nicholson
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Liberal Conservatism; Pointless Politics, 7 May 2014
On page 143 E.N. writes, "In autumn 1989, I was struggling to get across to Mrs Thatcher the view that married non-working women should be allowed a poll-tax rebate."

While on the previous page (142), "By 1996 [just before "New" Labour came to power] 83 per cent of those polled nationally declared that they did not believe anything the Government [of John Major] said. Neither did I."

And then they voted in Tony Blair...

So much better than Sarah Brown's Behind the Black Door: Page 223 (hardback), "Monday 29th September. Home again, and Gordon brings his familiar big bag of papers and hand-written notes with to the flat and continues working."

Notes must have said: Keep repeating "no more boom and bust"; plan to steal hundreds of people's shares with Victor Blank; praise Alan Greenspan even more; blame Alistair Darling for everything; remind myself I am an economic genius.

Strangely over-priced purchase (£2.49) in a charity shop of a woman, like Winston Churchill, who happily switched parties when it suited her. "Emma Nicholson's defection drove another nail into the coffin of a discredited government [John Major's]. SECRET SOCIETY tells how and why."

But does it? The book finishes with some letters from disgruntled Tories at the time. Stephen McBride from London (is he still alive?) writes, "If Members of Parliament of all political parties were to follow your (E.N.'s] example and obey their conscience as opposed to the whip, then our democracy would be a healthier one."

We have a democracy?


Blood Royal: The Illustrious House of Hanover
Blood Royal: The Illustrious House of Hanover
Price: £9.76

3.0 out of 5 stars Taking the Michael?, 1 May 2014
There is no doubt that this is an interesting book, but (at the time of writing this review) the current price of just over £13.50 for an e-book is outrageous. I have just paid £0.99 for Claudia Gold's " The King' Mistress" (as an e-book), and this book is equally as good as "Blood Royal".

The author states in the introduction that he partly wrote the book for his own amusement, "I have exercised the writer's prerogative, to tell what I wish to tell, and damn the consequences." I have no problem with this - just the price of the e-book.

I got an excellent hardback version form a charity shop for £1.75! I suggest people order a second hand version from Amazon, or pay £15-18 for a paperback. At least that way they would have something that has value and not pay over £3.00 to George Osborne (VAT).

The publisher needs to half the price for the e-book (at the very least). Oh, and keep the plates as well!

The Messianic Legacy
The Messianic Legacy
Price: £4.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mindless Messianic Musings, 22 April 2014
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The first thing people should know about this book is that it was written in late 1980s. This was not immediately clear when I downloaded the sample. Secondly, the book is a follow-up to a previous work by the same authors, "The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail." Thus this book seems to be an attempt to cash in on the success of the first book by including much of the researched material that was not included in the first book. This is the book's first failure; in often lacks a real point.

"The Messianic Legacy" is divided into three parts: the first part is study of the beginnings of Christianity, and questions about the identity and purpose of Jesus; the second part is an essay-type sermon on the meanings of institutions and how humans relate to them; the third and final part is a look at the Priory of Sion (as apparently mentioned in Dan Brown's books, though the book written nearly fifteen years before "The Da Vinci Code"). The problems is that Prior of Sion is really not interesting

Anohter problem with the book is that the authors simply ask too many questions, and give very few (if any) answers. And they take too much at face vale. An example of this is in the middle of the second section when the authors refer to the incident when the Spanish Cortes was hijacked in 1981 by members of the Guardia Civil and the country seemed on the verge of (yet another) civil war. The appearance of King Juan on television pacified the situation. But this was really just another false flag event designed to give the monarchy more credibility. (Since then, the Spanish Royal family and many of the politicians have been systematically raping the country).

In the last section the authors drop numerous names and mention loads of organisations: Allen Dulles; Roberto Calvi; The Knights of Malta; Opus Dei. But they are not critical enough. Richard Cotrell's Gladio, NATO's Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis mentions most of the same people and organisations and calls them what they are: corrupt!

The Plantagenets: The Kings Who Made England
The Plantagenets: The Kings Who Made England
Price: £5.49

1 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Were They Satanists?, 27 Mar. 2014
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Sometimes I think that historians (rather like journalists) want to obscure the truth, not reveal it. It's the same with this book. It's entertaining - if you like your history in a comfortable and prepackaged formula; but it reveals very little that we don't already know from countless Internet websites. Though there is no doubt that the author maintains an interesting narrative.

Halfway through the book the author writes this about Edward I, "Edward was delighted at his victory over Llywelyn. He celebrated in Easter 1278 with an eerie ceremony at twilight in Glastonbury Abbey on 19 April, at which the [supposed] tomb of Arthur and Guinevere were opened."

No further explanation was offered; neither was there really an reason given for the choice of the word "eerie" with regards to the ceremony. In what way was it "eerie"? Given that this was over 1,000 years after the birth of Christ and with England (Britain) supposedly already Christianised, it's strange to have a king of England indulging in a pagan (Satanic) ceremony. Personally, I don't care about Edward I's religious beliefs; he could have believed in Norse gods for all I care. But I don't like it masked. It's like when George Bush tried to pass himself off as a "Christian" in his memoirs Decision Points, claiming that he prayed to God just before he spoke in religious ceremony after the Mossad attacks in 9/11. The joke here is that Bush may have participated in the attacks! (We know Bush is a Satanist.)

It was the same in another history book I read about a later period in the British history, William Gibson's A Brief History of Britain 1660 - 1851: Volume 3 (Brief Histories). Gibson virtually ignores the bully-boy tactics used by successive British administrations to threaten and intimidate foreign governments (especially China and India) into accepting "free trade" policies. Gibson completely ignores the evidence of such books as "Dope Inc." which state that Britain was (and remains) the biggest dope dealer on the planet - though it now has help from American "security" organisations (CIA).

Further, in Gibson's book, with regards to George III, there was no real explanation to his "madness", though we know he was an opium addict (as was Victoria). See page 131 of Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson's Blood Royal: Illustrious House of Hanover, "George III suffered a bilious attack during the night and... sent for his physician, Sir George Baker, with a particular request for one of his opium pills which always eased his pain." Yes, drugs do that. They can also be overused!

No point giving too much attention to these practices: pointless pagan ceremonies (Edward I) and clear drug dependency (George III) - it might give the impression that the modern monarchy may also be a bunch of Satanic drug dealers and users! We couldn't teach that at A'Level history, could we?
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Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Biography (WOMEN IN HISTORY)
Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Biography (WOMEN IN HISTORY)
by Marion Meade
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The King, the Cleric and the Troublesome French Wife, 26 Mar. 2014
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I was enjoying this colorful romance (it's not really history) until I came to page 212 of the paperback edition. Here we have the start of the love affair between Henry II and Thomas Becket. Most historians agree that at this time Henry and Thomas were almost inseparable (except when Henry slept with whores). Meade writes, "This curious behavior, which would be highly suspect today, surprised Henry's contemporaries, but at the same time they read into it no deeper meaning."

Who is the author kidding kidding? Just because nobody objected then, it does not mean that people did not notice - or were not suspicious. For years the supine British press failed to mention Peter Mandelson's homosexuality - until Matthew Parris blurted it out on BBC2's Newsnight. (Mandelson wanted his "good friend" John Birt - head of BBC - to sack Paxman, the superstar presenter of Newsnight.)

Further, as many people who are familiar with English history are aware, there was a similar case with regards to a later English monarch, Edward II and his own male lover Piers Gaveston. Interestingly, with this case there was also another French woman involved. Could they be one and the same thing? Is there something being covered up?

Back to our homosexual friend Peter Mandelson, we have this in Paul Routledge's 1999 biography (Mandy: Unauthorised Biography of Peter Mandelson) about Labour's "Third Man", Tony Blair is quoted as saying, "My project will be complete when the Labour Party learns to love Peter Mandelson." Were they sleeping together?

You could almost hear Henry II and Edward II saying the same thing about their male lovers (assuming they were two different people). Routledge goes on to write this:" The prime minister [then Blair, of course] relies on him, leans on him and trust on him in a way that suggests dependency."

There is for a word this: sodomy. It's very common among Freemason circles! Just as journalists don't easily mention this in print (because they will lose their jobs), so people back then probably did't mention it for similar reasons - self-preservation.

Meade has either failed to work this out, or deliberately neglected to mention it.


Londonistan: Britain's Terror State from Within
Londonistan: Britain's Terror State from Within
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4 of 42 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Loose Screws, 19 Mar. 2014
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It's great to read these books several years after they were written (this one was originally penned in 2006 and released again in 2008) because we can see how easily journalists such as Phillips use the impact of recent events to manipulate the readers (much like the modern media). Now, in 2014, we know that everything Miss Phillips states was based on lies. And was she deliberately helping to solidify the lies (propaganda)?

Phillips bases her whole argument on two events (three if you count the Madrid bombings of 2004, but that was outside the "Special Relationship" of USA and the UK): 9/11 in New York and the 7 July bombings in 2005. The problem is that both these events were carried out by the national governments - not "terrorists". We now know that 9/11 was a Mossad operation with many of the people in the Pentagon (a Satanic symbol) included. There are countless websites (and books dedicated to explaining the simple mechanics of this modern (and completed) Operation Northwoods. Anyone who now believes that the attacks in New York on 9/11 were carried out by 19 Muslim suicide bombers and planned by some Saudi Arabian bloke in a cave in Afghanistan must also believe that the world is still flat - or that Superman really exists!.

With regards to 7/7 bombings, you could look at Richard Cottrell's "Gladio, NATO, Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi Mafia Terror Axis" to see a different explanation of the London "bombings" in July 2005 (and the Madrid ones the previous year). Clue: there were no Muslim terrorists!

Having established the fact that there have been NO (Muslim) terrorists attacks in either New York in 2001 or London in 2005, the whole book falls apart. Interestingly, Phillips (who is Jewish) omits the fact that may Jews control key parts of the British government. In his book "Lord Jakobovits" about the Chief Rabbi during the Thatcher regime, Chaim Bermant stated that at one time 25% of the ministers in Thatcher's Cabinet were Jews. (There are less than 300,000 in the UK).

During (Tony) Blair's fiasco of a government, he was also surrounded by countless Jews, just before he helped "rescue" the Iraqis from themselves:(Michael) Levy, Gould, Straw, Goldsmith - not to mention crypto-Jew, Peter Mandelson. We could also add David and Ed Miiband (and a couple of others). Phillips ignores all of this. Less like Londinstan and more like a mini Judea in Westminster!

Much of book goes into explaining why the Jews are hated by the Arabs (because they stole their land) and why we must all fear more and more terrorism. Phillips makes so many over-the-top assertions that it is almost impossible to take any of the book seriously (I stopped after the first couple of sentences).Speaking about the Muslim reactions to the publication of cartoons about the esteemed founder of Islam, Phillips states "The result was Islamic violence and intimidation across the globe." Rubbish. Most people were probably not even aware of the events UNLESS THEY WATCHED THE NEWS.

Phillips also states that people now no longer criticize Islam because they are "practising self-censorship through fear". In the same way many people (especially in the US) hesitated at having a go at anything Jewish (even the gangsters like Mayer Lansky) because they did not want to be called anti-Semitic by the ADL Gestapo. Douglas Reed, former Times correspondent during the 1930s and author of "The Controversy of Zion" had his career ruined because he wanted to tell the truth.

But truth is not one commodity Phillips wants to trade in. During the 1880s, John Swinton, a major New York journalists said this (to a group of fellow journalists): "The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify to fawn at the feet of mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread... We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes... We are intellectual prostitutes." (Quoted in The Synagogue of Satan: The Secret History of Jewish World Domination)

He was certainly right on the last point about Melanie Phillips. She has also ignored one thing: Mossad's motto, "By Deception Thou Shalt Do War." Phillips is also trying to deceive, or she has a few screws loose. Get her a Phillips screwdriver, though I doubt it would do her any good! You meed a heart transplant to be rescued from the spiritual bankruptcy of Judaism.

The real "terror" in Britain is rubbish jobs at lousy pay-rates (the likes of which Cameron, Blair and Osborne wouldn't even consider - and they expect us to!), the fear of rising mortgage rates (should the over-expensive idiot Mark Carney decide to put them up) and increasing costs in just about everything. Chances of being blown up by a Muslim "terrorist" on London underground: zero. Chances of being shot in the head by police assassins because you are Brazilian had the "wrong information": 100% (You can read Ian Blair's excuses for the murder in Policing Controversy, though get a cheap second hand edition like I did!

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