QUISLING (/ˈkwɪzlɪŋ/; A person who collaborates with an enemy occupying force.
QUISLING (/ˈkwɪzlɪŋ/; A person who collaborates with an enemy occupying force.
As a Welshman who sees himself as a patriot, and somebody who is fearlessly proud of his heritage, I would consider myself a traitor to not only my ancestors, but to everything I hold dear – if I did not voice my opinion on something that fills me with not only a great sense of disappointment, but intense anger.
A senior Welsh politician, namely Dafydd Iwan, a former Plaid Cymru president, has called for the song ‘Delilah’ to be banned from being sung at the Millennium Stadium before matches, due to it’s ‘inappropriate subject matter.’
‘Delilah’, for those who may not be aware is a Tom Jones song, considered a classic, and has long been considered the secondary national anthem at International Rugby Matches.
The song is also shared by Stoke City Football Club, and preceding matches at the Millennium stadium, the lyrics are boldly displayed on the big screen by the Welsh Rugby Union.
The song itself, which was first recorded in 1968, centres around the revenge killing of a woman by a scorned lover.
‘La Marseillaise’ and ‘The Flower of Scotland’ for example, both feature lyrics with references to violence, but Dafyyd Iwan, now says the iconic anthem should be abandoned – in his opinion, simply, for promoting domestic violence
So where does this behaviour and opinion, which is slowly, but very successfully destroying this nation’s identity come from?
The victim mentality, the aggressive feminism, the gay rights movement, the fictitious statistics, the hastily rewritten history, the endless lies, the incessant demands, and all the odious paraphernalia that accompanies it – where does it come from?
For the first time in history, the British are frightened of what they say, to speak their minds in public and to be especially wary about anything they write – even to a degree, how they think.
They live in in a climate of continuous fear, where using the wrong word, or a word seen as being offensive or insensitive, or racist, ageist, sexist, or homophobic, makes one become instantly – a social outcast.
It seems to have appeared from nowhere and has slowly, but steadily permeated almost all levels of society, to where it has spread throughout the country virtually unchecked.
It is known simply as “Political Correctness.”
A name which began as something of a joke, it originated from a comic strip, and although many people still think of it as only being half-serious, and mainly dismiss it, I can assure you it is anything but a joke.
Not a joke that anyone could recognise as being humorous anyway.
It is deadly serious and it would not be an exaggeration to say that it has become one of the great rampaging diseases of this century.
It is a plague that has left tens of millions of people dead not only in Europe, but in Russia, China, and around the world.
It is a scourge, it is a disease, it is extremely virulent and is a disease of something known as ideology.
Political Correctness is not funny whichever way you look at it.
Political Correctness is serious, deadly serious in fact.
If you look at it in some detail, if you consider it from a historical viewpoint, it is a simple matter to discover exactly what it is.
Political Correctness is another term for cultural Marxism.
It is Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms, and it goes back not to the 1960s and the hippies and the ban the bombers, but back to the heady days of the Great War.
All you have to do is to compare the two, and it will become blindingly obvious.
To begin with, both are ideologies totalitarian in nature.
The totalitarian nature of Political Correctness is most clearly visible in schools, universities and colleges, where the student or tutor who dares to cross any of the invisible lines set up by any of the “victim” groups that political correctness hinges upon, quickly finds themselves, ‘up to their necks in trouble’.
Whether they be militant feminists, anti-semitic, homosexual-rights activists, or the local muslim, black or asian groups that exist within it’s environs.
From that starting point, from the very seats of learning which churn out the next generation of adults – who will assume their roles in a society, which is already mapped out for them, suitably armed with the already ingrained ideology of political correctness instilled by their education – you can see the future.
A future incidentally, that political correctness and it’s many hidden allies, intends for this nation as a whole.
As the best-known and most widely used powerhouse of online search engines, there is a fair chance that most people use Google on a daily basis.
However, it seems that very few people actually know how to use it properly in order to unlock it’s full potential.
I rarely use it on my own machine, as I find it far too restrictive for certain types of research and specialised searching, but in Libraries and where other public access machines are available, it usually happens that your choice is limited to the Mountain View behemoth and very little else.
So if you have to use it, it may prove useful to know your way around it.
BASIC GOOGLE SEARCHING:
Use quotation marks ” “ to find an entire search string.
eg. “love of Cheese” will only return results with that exact search term or ‘string‘.
Mark important words with a ” ” + (Plus)
If a search term must contain certain words or phrases, mark it with a + symbol. eg: +”William Shatner” book signing, will return all the results containing “William Shatner” but not necessarily those pertaining to a book signing.
Remove unwanted words with a – (Minus)
You may wish to search for the term “Sopranos” the TV Series, which will also return a generalised list of music related links as well.
In order to slim this search down and get a faster result, type: “sopranos” -music. This will then give you all search results with “sopranos” and NOT any related to ‘music’.
SPECIFIC WEBSITE SEARCHING:
You can of course just type the full Uniform Resource Locator (URL or web address) if it’s known, but there also ways to discover more about that particular site if you so wish.
For example: “link:www.outlawjimmy.com”
This will display a list of all pages which Google has located which link to this site (or yours) or a favourite site. I should imagine that many website owners use this facility to gauge how popular their site is - (although they would never admit to it.)
A Web Cache is a mechanism for the temporary storage (caching) of Internet documents, such as HTML pages and images, to reduce bandwidth usage, server load, and lag. Google’s cache link in its search results, provides a way of retrieving information from websites that have recently gone down and is a way of retrieving data more quickly than by clicking the direct link.
An example of cache searching could be: “cache:www.outlawjimmy.com web” which will show the cached content of the site with the word “web” highlighted.
Another method is to use the query term ‘info:’, which will present information that Google has stored about that particular web page.
Eg: “info:www.outlawjimmy.com” will show information about the Outlaw’s homepage.
Always ensure that there is no space between the “info:” and the web page address.
If you want to search for a specific file type within a website, (.mp3, .avi, .doc, .odt, .jpeg, mpg, .ogg, .mov, .mp4) or omit a file type being returned, use the + (plus) or – (minus) signs in front as for a regular search.
If you begin a search using ‘allinurl:’ Google will restrict the search to only those words which follow that exact search query.
Eg: “allinurl:dogging hangouts” will only show documents which contain both ‘dogging‘ and ‘hangouts‘ in the results.
Note: You would be surprised to see how often that particular search term is ‘Googled’.
This also works in a less precise manner by using ‘inurl:’ which will still restrict the search to documents containing those words, but not always together.
As an example, “inurl:dogging hangouts” will return pages that contain the word ‘dogging‘ and the word ‘hangouts‘ which may be elsewhere in the document.
If you want to search certain words in the title of a website, ‘allintitle:’ can be used.
For example, “allintitle:truth matters” will search only for documents that have both ‘truth‘ and ‘matters‘ in the title.
Other useful search queries, are ‘allinlinks:’ which searches links only, not in the title or contained text, and “allintext:” which searches only with the contained text, not the links or title of the page.
However, no matter how good you perceive online searches to be as a resource, there is still no real virtual substitute for actually getting your hands dirty and searching actual places, scouring dusty documents and reading otherwise unobtainable books and papers.
Alternative Search Engines
This will be short and to the point as I do not wish to waste any more time than is necessary on online idiots.
The Screengrab below is taken from Chris Spivey’s website.
You can read what it says, so I will not elaborate further, and ordinarily I would not respond to anything so ridiculous, but as these people seem hell-bent on slandering and attacking me on a personal level at every opportunity, I feel justified in publishing this short response.
The email confirmation I requested, and dated today, should be enough to show that both Chris Spivey and Darren Laverty are clearly lying, and have also published many other similar lies, and I am in no doubt that they will continue to do so.
I can of course provide further evidence if need be, in regard to their other crackpot allegations that my wife and Jane Russell and JennieJenJen are the same person for instance.
I will not do so, however, for the simple reasons that I do not have to justify myself, nor do I wish to reveal personal information about innocent people, which is both unfair and totally unnecessary.
Chris Spivey, the self-styled voice of the Alternative Media, appears to now be publishing information that has been fed to him by a group of well-known Internet trolls who have been stalking, threatening and harassing many others online for the past couple of years.
One of whom was recently convicted at Llandudno Magistrate’s Court, after many months of threats and harassment towards myself and my family.
Chris Spivey is, I believe currently on bail for harassment and the possession of indecent images of children, that were allegedly found on his computer, following his second arrest by Essex Police.
After all “People in Glass Houses, should really not be throwing stones.”
Even though they have acted as Judge, Jury and Executioner in regard to the rubbish they are spreading around about me and many others, I shall of course, refrain from making any claims regarding them and just let justice takes it’s course.
Innocent until proven guilty as it should be.
Among those they have also targeted was the Journalist Sonia Poulton, who wrote about her experiences with them HERE:
These Loathsome creatures now appear to be pulling Chris Spivey’s strings in a further attempt to attack and discredit me and others.
His other allegation, in regard to his publishing that I am a ‘child abuser’ are beneath contempt, and as I have already shown above, he is not exactly the most reliable source of the truth.
Please do not take my word for it, there is ample evidence on this site, as well as other places online, that clearly show the same garbage that has been spread about by the trolls, that Chris Spivey is now publishing on his website.
The similarities are striking.
The email I have published, and this article is all I am going to say on the matter as I have no desire to be using the Outlaw to continually defend myself against the lies and the false accusations of any more of these crackpot trolls.
All of which incidentally, have one thing that connects them that I have found – They all congregate around the issue of Childhood Sexual Abuse, whenever or whoever is discussing it online or elsewhere…. they are there.
In May 2002, the UK police began something that came to be known as Operation Ore, a major undertaking, which allegedly targeted online child pornography.
7,272 British residents were added to a database of people who were alleged to have paid to view child porn online.
4,283 homes were searched, 3,744 people were arrested, and 1,451 were convicted.
It was advertised as a major blow being struck against pedophiles.
Or at least, that was the theory.
The United States had launched a similar operation previously I believe, ‘Operation Avalanche’ in 1999.
They had gathered around 35,000 entries in their database.
From that number, they only actually charged 100 of them.
If the US police could only justify prosecuting less than 1% of their suspects, how could it be that the UK police had arresting more than half of theirs ?
The answer could be that many of the UK cases were based entirely on the use of credit cards, that were used to sign up for suspected child pornography web sites.
It obviously did not take into account that many of the credit cards were stolen, nor the fact that many of the web sites contained only legal material.
Details, albeit minor ones, that appeared to have not been seen as being in any way relevant to the UK police it seemed.
The problem arose from the fact that many small porn sites had used online transaction processors to handle their credit card transactions, rather than setting up their own merchant accounts.
In particular, a company called Landslide, which was based in Texas, had provided credit card subscription services to a large network of affiliate porn sites.
It has been estimated, that up to half the money Landslide collected actually ended up in the hands of a ring of Indonesian credit card scammers, who were operating the well known “small charge” fraud.
Also (ab)using the service was a Brazilian hacker who had “signed up” more than 3,000 stolen credit card numbers.
Before long, Landslide found itself on the receiving end of thousands of chargebacks from irate credit card owners.
The company became bankrupt as a result.
The owner of Landslide could also been a victim of this fraud, in the same way as the credit card holders had.
That wasn’t a good enough excuse for US federal prosecutors, though; he ended up in jail where he is currently serving a 180 year sentence.
Meanwhile, the UK police were kept busy swooping on houses, kicking down front doors, seizing computer equipment, and arresting thousands of people on the basis that their credit card numbers had been found on Landslide’s hard drives.
Totally disregarding the massive amount of fraud that had dragged Landslide under, and not even considering whether the affiliate site the credit card holder had supposedly paid to see, was legal or not.
Was there justification for this ?
At least one affiliate website did in fact contain child pornography, so Landslide membership theoretically allowed users access to all the affiliate sites, meaning that Joe Bloggs’ credit card was used to sign up via Landslide, therefore Joe Bloggs signed up to view child porn.
Was that how it worked ?
The biggest problem with major police operations such as Operation Ore, is the public hysteria that surrounds child pornography and Peadophiles in general, (#paedobritain anyone?) and that if you are in fact accused, a person’s life can be totally destroyed even if, or when they are proven innocent at a later date.
Many employers will fire anyone as soon as the accusation emerges.
Thus, the ‘alleged pedophile’ finds himself out of a job, possibly even driven from the family home, as well as having all his computer equipment and his mobile phone seized by police, who have no legal obligation ever to return it.
Using only one example, consider the case of naval officer Commodore David White, the commander of British forces in Gibraltar.
He was suspended from the navy, who feared that the case would hit the newspapers.
It did anyway, but not in the way they expected – the Commodore had committed suicide by way of drowning.
As it was later discovered…. he was totally innocent.
So far, dozens of people have committed suicide as a direct result of Operation Ore.
The number of suicides was 35 back in 2009.
The true number as of today may be even higher, as not everyone leaves a suicide note.
It may well be the case that at least some of the deceased, and some of those who were accused were in fact guilty, but how does that weigh up against the simple fact that the majority were totally innocent?
“A somewhat scattergun approach, with no consideration shown as to whether or not any crime has been actually committed”, is one way it has been described in the media.
The police may also have become aware that things were starting to look rather bad for them, as they had also allegedly pressured the Internet search engine Google to remove certain websites which contained any references.
Journalist Duncan Campbell was acting as an expert witness in some of the subsequent defence cases, and has written extensively about Operation Ore in The Guardian.
A SLASHDOT article has some first hand experience in the comments.
Many men are still fighting to clear their names.
Compiled from various sources….
This article will be a bit different from what I usually post, inasmuch as it’s a simple but direct challenge to the self-styled ‘Leading Journalist’ and Messiah of the Alternative Media.
Christopher Spivey has made a number of allegations about myself and others, which are entirely without foundation, so I have have been left with little option but to request that he does something that he may be unaccustomed to.
To put his money where his mouth is.
I will allow him 24 hours to publish INDISPUTABLE evidence to back up two of his recent allegations about both myself and my wife.
The allegations are:
On my part, I will offer £1000 in cash.
I will not however, use PayPal as I have evidence that his account may about to be frozen, as a number of complaints have been lodged by some aggrieved previous donators to his website.
This is a cash only deal.
In return, he has to publish on his website, or here, and within 24 hours, officially and independently verified documentation, which PROVES, beyond all doubt, that his ludicrous allegations are true.
His word alone is not good enough.
I will not accept, however, photoshopped or cobbled-together Microsoft Paint manipulated images which much of his usual ‘evidence’ is built around.
It has to be verified by an independently sourced representative, and be able to stand up to scrutiny by legally qualified individuals.
It’s time to put up or shut up, and if he can, in fact supply verifiable documented proof of his allegations, he gets the cash.
If he cannot, it will not only destroy his crackpot allegations about myself and my family, but will no doubt cast doubts upon many of his other ‘Truths’.
24 Hours Spiv…. Just Saying.
ADDENDUM: Some referrals to the Outlaw have just taken me over to the font of all disinformation, the David Icke Forums. Oddly enough, some posters have now alleged that a similar challenge was offered to me by Lord Spivey. As I have made no prior accusations in regard to any of his online/offline activities, and have only responded here due to his many obvious lies about myself as well as his cringeworthy attempts at a complete character assassination – I can only assume that they too are just making things up as they go along over there too. Nothing changes Eh?
Is Disinformation and Propaganda making the Truth Movement Impotent?
There appears to be an increasing number of organised disinformation campaigns operating from within what many people have come to recognise as the Truth Movement.
It may therefore, be of some value to familiarise yourself with a few of the most prominent aspects of these, as a means to identify what may be really going on, or simply to act as a guide for those who are still unaware of the sheer mass of disinformation and propaganda that is out there.
Humans, as a species are naturally curious beings and many are still intrinsically drawn to the truth.
It naturally follows that they are also drawn to some of the supposedly ‘heroic’ individuals who have set themselves up as, and are seen thereafter as leaders of the truth movement – readily accepting without question, the disinformation that the ‘truth’ they believe is being spoken and written by their heroes is deliberately mixed with.
“A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down”.
Unfortunately, many people have come to trust and even to idolise some of these ‘leaders’ that have appeared, just like human beings are genetically programmed to do, but an understanding of the true nature of what is really going on in the Truth movement – may prove to be equally important.
If anyone has made a conscious decision to seek out the truth, they also need to be aware of the pitfalls.
The volume of easily accessible information that has accompanied the explosion of Internet use, is a double-edged sword, and one which the average user may not be aware of.
For every word of the truth that is written on the Internet, there are also attempts equal to, or even superior in number, to subvert and neutralise them, as any grassroots opposition to the coming global system and what exists behind it, is seen as a very real threat.
Any and all dissenting voices and opinions, which could lead to a popular truth movement forming in any great numbers, (if given the chance) must be dismantled and neutralised – and by any means deemed necessary.
The tried, tested and preferred method for achieving this, has been to take the basic information about what is really happening and purposely mix it with bizarre, totally fantastic, or emotionally significant ‘disinformation’, and then create virtual “leaders” to distribute this freely online.
The immediate result of this is that when one person tries to share this information with others, it is usually dismissed, as they are not only relaying partly factual events, but also the added disinformation, which then neatly slots that person into the pre-prepared category of “conspiracy theorist.”
The mainstream media have already laid the foundations of this, by previously reporting on such ‘conspiracies’ and those who publicise them, in a derogatory way and have held it’s proponents up to public ridicule.
The term “conspiracy theorist”, incidentally, has been reserved for anyone who does not accept the ‘official’ version of any given story, and sadly, many people now refer to themselves as such, so therefore are unwittingly contributing to the propaganda.
In fact, if one were to simply present the official plan by those that hold the reins of power to create a one world state, there would not be a need for any type of theorising, conspiracy or otherwise – as the people and organisations planning this agenda have been very open about the direction they intend to take the world, in their own publications over the last 100 or more years.
You may even have already noticed, that the various truth groups, each following their chosen leaders, appear to be fighting with each other with far more passion than they have shown while attempting to share what is really happening.
This seems to be escalating every day, as many of these ‘Truthers’ appear to be driven more by their own egos and lust for fame or money, than any genuine desire to educate people about the hell that awaits them, if things continue as they are.
People need to be able to cut through the mass of disinformation quickly, and become well acquainted with what is really happening.
They need to work together to present this very real and universal conspiracy, in a truthful manner to those around them, in the hope of gathering the greater portion of the population into a real and unified movement – totally dedicated to developing a realistic means of bringing about a workable future for humanity.
Before it’s too late.
There are also specific disinformation campaigns which are tailored to every personality type.
Some encourage people to develop tunnel vision as they try to look at the bigger picture, by focusing on only one aspect, when they need to see that the system is in fact, monolithic in nature, with it’s tentacles spreading into all institutions of power across the planet.
Others effectively distract and neutralise people by steering them towards religious or semi-religious fantasy.
Both methods work really well.
Disinformation may even be distributed unknowingly, and unless direct evidence is provided to contradict it, there is really no easy way of knowing for certain where the real truth lies.
What is certain, however, it appears clear, to me at least, that a large percentage of those working within the Truth Movement are undoubtably doing so with the blessing of TPTB, if not working directly for them.
So what do we really know?
One thing we know is that various governments, including the current incumbents in the UK and the USA, have openly admitted to using the internet for counterintelligence operations.
So if you believe nothing else, that should certainly be the one thing that everyone should pay attention to when, or if, you choose to follow any of the self-elected bastions of the truth that are found online or elsewhere.
Use that as a starting point and do your own research, keep an open mind and trust your own instincts – have faith in your own investigative abilities and question EVERYTHING.
I am under no illusions that anyone will have an epiphany after reading this, I ask only that they at least read it and perhaps think it over for a while, even if they later choose to dismiss it.
I have no intention of singling out, nor am I going to name any one person I believe is spreading disinformation, I merely wish to present my own views of what I perceive to be the weaknesses of, and the obviously disrupting elements that exist within the Truth Movement.