Category Archives: paranoia

Breaking the Law: Our Spies

James Bond The concept of a secret agent having a “licence to kill” was not created out of thin air by Ian Fleming after WWII. And 007 was not the first either. (There were obviously six other agents before him.) … Continue reading

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Drain the Swamp? No, Man a Fort

  Paul Manafort When you’ve done your best to keep quiet, and it hasn’t done you any good, you ‘flip’. That seems to be what happened to Paul Manafort. And he has to have something to say that’s worthwhile to … Continue reading

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The Illuminati

  Angels & Demons Although Ron Howard’s filmed version of Dan Brown’s book follows¬†The Da Vinci Code¬†his book actually precedes it. I’m not sure if Dan Brown has something against the Roman Catholic Church or whether its need for secrecy … Continue reading

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New American Civil War

In Case You Hadn’t Noticed Yesterday, David Wilcock posted a rather hurried update on his Divine Cosmos website that should raise an alarm or two. I suggest that you take some time to read it because, without doing so, you … Continue reading

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Portent of Things to Come?

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Don’t Accept Any Favours

From Insurance Juniors The final part of the Limey story involves getting a payout from our insurance company, CAA (Canadian Automobile Association). As you may remember, our 2011 Ford Fiesta caught fire due to a mechanical failure. That was on … Continue reading

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Francis: The Last Pope?

Scandal in the Making If the present Roman Catholic sexual abuse allegations against priests in the United States and coverup by the Bishops and Archbishops have a specific purpose, it will be to undermine and probably topple Pope Francis I. … Continue reading

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