THE COLOUR OF DECEPTION

“You are looking for someone of a similar age to you who died. Starting at age three or four and up to age 14 or 15. Surnames always have to be general. You don’t want something which is going to stand out or be too memorable. You don’t want to draw any unnecessary attention to yourself. GREEN and BLACK are the favourites, but you don’t want something like SMITH. No matter what your first name is, that surname will always […]

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HEIL THE NEU MEDIA….

 One thing I remember learning from childhood was, that ones own experiences in life, was the only sure-fire way to be absolutely certain of the true facts concerning those events. After all, if you were to witness an event first-hand, or are/were an integral part or the only participant in said event, you may also be one of very few people who actually know what really happened, as opposed to somebody who was not actually there, and has to rely […]

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POLSKA MOŻE GO ZATRZYMAĆ….

“All men make mistakes, but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong, and repairs the evil. The only real crime is excessive Pride.” The Outlaw has been on a hunt this week, trying to get to the bottom of a mysterious event that occurred within this very site. During the evening of the 15th of February, a number of articles and their associated comments were suddenly deleted, the reasons for which, have denied any attempt at […]

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KEEPING INFORMED….

In the UK, police officers have for years been recruiting people, including campaigners and activists to spy on their friends, comrades and even their own families. Just how many in the country have been converted into informants is a closely-guarded secret within the police. There are no published figures, but the current total is believed to run into the thousands. The police have many subtle ways of recruiting informants. They often use blackmail, for example, confronting a person they wish to recruit […]

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THE ICELANDIC WAY

After the 2008 financial crisis put an end to Iceland’s banking system and previous government, the country’s original constitution – created in 1944 – was deemed antiquated. The country named 25 citizens as a Constitutional Council and were asked to help create the new governing document. Through mass mobilization, the people toppled the government and instituted a radically new form of political participation, crowdsourcing. The council took to the Internet to raise ideas and provisions from the public. A first […]

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