Politics and Society


Alan Watt – A Globalist Agenda For a Dumbed Down Domesticated Society – A Prison Planet special

WeAreChange – Panama Papers Psyop, Complete Inside Job by Real Elites — What in the world is going on?

Published on Apr 5, 2016 In this video Luke Rudkowski goes over the Panama Papers and how the real story of the leaks should be questioned since the fingerprints and motives are directly point to the real elites. Fingerprints of these leaks show the ford foundation, Carnegie Endowment, Rockefeller Family Fund, W K Kellogg Foundation […]

via WeAreChange – Panama Papers Psyop, Complete Inside Job by Real Elites — What in the world is going on?

The Dollar Vigilante Interview Series: Doug Casey – We are Leaving the Eye of the Hurricane!

Fed. Beige Book: No Confidence In The US Economy. By Gregory Mannarino

Marshall Thurber’s Checkerboard Game & the PDN, Dollars and Sense shows 95 and 96




From Wikipedia:

Unlawful Killing is a 2011 British documentary film, directed by Keith Allen, about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997. It was financed by Mohamed Al-Fayed and Associated-Rediffusion[1] and shown in Cannes while the 2011 Cannes Film Festival was in progress.[2]

It argues that the British and French authorities covered up uncomfortable facts about the crash, accuses Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret of being ‘gangsters in tiaras’, and alleges that Prince Philip is a psychopath, in the mould of British serial killer Fred West,[3] who orchestrated the murder of Diana and Dodi.[4] It also alleges that Diana’s life could have been saved had she been taken to hospital quickly and efficiently, and condemns the inquest into her death for failing to investigate why this action was not taken. It perpetuates the long-standing allegation by Al-Fayed that the Royal Family was opposed to Diana’s relationship with Dodi due to his religion.

Martyn Gregory, author of a book on the Princess of Wales’ last days, has described the film as “ludicrous”. He said: “It simply regurgitates everything Mohamed Fayed has been saying since the year 2000. It is rehearsing the Planet Fayed view.”[3]

Lawyers asked to advise on the film by the producers said it would need 87 cuts before the film could be certified for release in the United Kingdom. It was not shown there.[1] However, the director believed that it would make money in the US, where conspiracy theories about the Princess of Wales’ death still have a following.[3] Despite this optimism, it proved impossible to gain insurance against possible litigation in the United States, and the film was withdrawn.[5]