The BBC tell me Stephen Hawking says it’s time to properly investigate extra terrestrials. The other week a BBC documentary on the Byrds referenced John Lear (for those that don’t know google John lear Project Camelot) taking some of the band for a spontaneous loop the loop in a private jet hire trip… Jesus Ralph Ellis et al, these twerps really are tedious. I did laugh while playing backgammon and hearing John Lear being mentioned on BBC R2. Anyway…
I sent an e-mail the other week, this is my follow up. Sure, the recipients probably don’t give a fig, but….
Matthew Hancock MP West Suffolk
The BBC Today Programme
(in effect firstname.lastname@example.org)
Letters to the Bury Free Press
Letters to the Diss Express
In response to my e-mail ‘Please, NO Invasion Of Syria’ to the above recipients of 04 July 2015, only BBC Complaints responded 08 July 2015 at 09:58:
Today Complaints wrote:
Dear Ned Pamphilon
Thanks for the email. We have taken note of your comments.
Matthew, having previously spoken up on behalf of Leon Brittan…
“Business minister Matthew Hancock blasts the remarks as ‘disgusting…’
It seems unavoidable to assume Cameron, Hague, Clegg and a long list of others knew and know of historical and on-going child violation. Indeed, it seems the intelligence services have been using film and audio recordings of child violation for years to manipulate and manage politicians. The mind boggles. This blackmail tool is no doubt used to facilitate support for foreign interventions. Hence the link between child violation and foreign policy…
I draw your attention to this article:
2012 Defense Intelligence Agency document:
West will facilitate rise of Islamic State “in order to isolate the Syrian regime”:
From: Evil Triumphs:
The West’s Hand Behind ISIS Confirmed:
… I quote:
“The evidence is clear and unequivocal: Washington and its allies, working more or less towards a goal of Israeli-approved regime changes in Syria, Iraq, Iran and Lebanon, have fostered and fuelled the ISIS onslaught that is sowing untold chaos and bloodshed across the Middle East.”
Today Cameron is saying this:
Cameron to unveil plan to tackle Islamist extremism:
I understand you, they, who ever does this stuff… may be monitoring who is voicing against the party line rhetoric as per David Cameron’s 2014 speech to the UN:
Let it be known to one and all, I do not believe the Tony Blair/David Cameron version of 9/11, or for that matter 7/7. Excuse my French, but the official version of events is a crock of crap. I do not know who did perpetrate the events, I just know the official ‘stories’ are just that, stories upon which to justify foreign entanglement.
03.04.2009, then Today Programme editor Dominic Groves responded to my enquiry:
“On the issue of 9/11 as Im sure you are well aware there are many theories – some more credible than others – as to what happened that day. Part of our job however is to sift through such material and decide on its validity .This we have done in the past and will no doubt do again if any significant new information comes to light.”
Yes Dominic, what thorough and proper investigative journalists you all are at the BBC! Keep pushing man-made Co2 climate change, EU membership and Newtonian particle reductionist ‘Brian Cox’ science! What, the Big Bang Theory is just that: a theory?! Let’s have more views from Chatham House and the Tavistock Institute!
Trends forecaster Gerald Celente calls you ‘presstitutes’. Naughty naughty Gerald!
If my MP, his prime Minister or the BBC deem me a ‘radical’ or a source of ‘extremist views’ or ‘thought crime’ or a 9/11 ‘denier’… then indeed, you better have the US deal with the likes of General Stubblebine too:
Indeed, you may have to detain a lot of people!
We, members from both the civil and military communities, know the ‘war on terror’ is not as presented by the UK government or as relayed by the BBC. For goodness sake, stop the lies and nonsense.
I hardly know what to say anymore. The lies and misdemeanours perpetrated in and around Westminster are endless. The mainstream media, local and national, are at best compliant in doing nothing to properly address these issues. I guess job security and family responsibilities mean most people are too busy and or too scared to raise awkward questions.
I do not consent to entanglement and invasion of other foreign states when they are not a threat to us. As for the violation of children, I do not trust Lowell Goddard or Cameron or the BBC or any of you to properly resolve this unfathomable matter. 5 years to investigate child abuse? Just like the Iraq inquiry! Do I have stupid wanker written across my forehead?! Oops, there slips my French again.
Sadly, I’m not sure who cares. The Bury Free Press? The Diss Express? (I’m within the cusp of the Suffolk-Norfolk catchment border for local news…) The BBC? Even the majority of my village community probably do not give these issues much serious thought. On the positive side, there is an increasing number, home and abroad, even in my village, that do care and are aware. Parliament we know prefers damage liability, plausible deniability and apparently justifies anything it deems fit to.
Yep Matthew Hancock, you and your buddies can apparently do anything you wish and spin whatever line you see fit… and you wonder why people become ‘radicalized’. It wouldn’t have anything to with bombing their countries and killing them would it?! Afghanistan. Iraq. Libya. Now Syria and the Ukraine are being worked on. Keep droning those ‘suspected’ terrorists without trial nor jury eh! Have our mates the Saudis beheaded anyone this week? What the hell is it with you bloody people?! Let’s not beat about the bush, it is called psychopathic behaviour!
I’m currently working on paintings about Gobeklitepe, down near the Turkish Syrian border (oh no, not Syria!?! Watch out for green screen film crews!) a potential human history time line game changer; a potential catalyst for historical and perhaps even scientific re-evaluation. I guess all things change and even the pattern of awful goings-on will cease at some point.
Goodness help us.
Ned, you should really read Ralph Ellis. He’s not tedious, but very interesting and has seen all the stuff currently being smashed up by Isis. He never once references extraterrestrials, but digs deep into ancient history and finds that most of what we’ve been told is deception. Tap.