If you think we live in a democracy where your vote counts – think again. Just how much do we learn about government processes and decisions? Why can so much legislation be rushed through yet the Freedom of Information Act is still a work in progress? (Especially when we normally simply copy and paste UK legislation – quote from Chris Robertshaw prior to the 2011 election ). And when the act does take form why will it place so many restrictions on the information we can obtain? How is it that our new legislation frequently neatly lines up with EU legislation? (Try copying and pasting some random wording into a search engine). Why do so many feel that their wishes are simply ignored and that government is riding roughshod over the electorate? One reason could quite simply be that members of a certain gentlemen’s club are pledged to help each other. But supposing a corrupt and ruthless network deep within international government had cleverly set things up so that no one is really aware how things work?

‘Rings within rings within rings’. There may be an assortment of different groups and different names – but that is how you hide your tracks. And maybe this is a very effective way of dictating to the minions. Especially when ‘useful idiots’* who fluff their plumage and pride themselves on their part in global affairs cannot or do not want to see that they are being used.

James Corbett takes a look at hidden groups and how they function. Common Purpose is a name that pops up too! A topical issue. Kate Beecroft is presently seeking more information about CP courses and graduates in IOM Government.




Election time 

The countdown is under way. it is almost five years since was born. The impulse to start the blog was connected with a desire to look at the real issues involved in today’s political scene. The concept was centred around global politics because no man is an island! And globalist demands are ever increasing and more invasive, and arguably, more covert.

The candidate

Soon the canvassing hopefuls will be ringing doorbells again and hoping to convince us all that they, and only they, can improve things. Sadly, this is simply not true. When did a backbencher last have a momentous impact on our lives? As a backbencher you are out in the cold. But can those involved in departments make waves? Not really. If they don’t toe the line they may soon find that their cushy number in the department, with accompanying remuneration, disappears. Little wonder then that we see little change in the status quo.

The voter

Unfortunately, it seems that voters are looking for a saviour and hero/heroine who will take on the system and listen to the appeals of the electorate to improve things. How often do we have to go through this procedure in order to learn that this is not a possibility?

In the past I have been urged to stand as a candidate but what point would there be when the system remains the same? in any case I do not consider myself to be politician material. However, it is noticeable that people are looking for someone to pin their hopes on. In actual fact each of us already has someone to pin our hopes on – ourselves.

We are change

As long as we conform to the system and do not seek alternatives we continue to hold it in place by our actions. It is known as ‘learned helplessness’. We ask,’What can we do? The system is stacked against us.’ Many believe that If things could be changed, someone would have done it by now. However, that is not the case. There are examples of how public response has changed things.

Take McDonalds. This ‘restaurant’ chain has expanded right around the globe. Until recently, that is. Now the outlets are reducing in number. There are fewer McDonalds around. Why? Because many people decided they wanted to eat more healthy food and shunned Big Macs etc. We do have the power. Both globally and locally.

This blogpost forms the start of a series based on research into how to become more self-sufficient and how we can remove our support from a system that is past its sell by date. Pick and choose. Not every suggestion will be your cup of tea but there may well be a number that are. And if we all stop searching for our heroes and saviours and take action to help ourselves this could be far more effective than hoping for ‘change’ or voting for the ‘devil you know’.

‘If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.’


Although this case has been going on for some time, and despite the fact that I have received emails regarding this I lacked the resources to investigate further so I am pleased to be able to post this video which gives an insight into the case of Grandma B. (Not a youtube video so please klick the link).


This has to be shared  – and saved on the blog for future reference. Inspiring interview with a cancer patient who had been abandoned by the medical profession because they had nothing left to offer. Palliative care was all that was available. Fortunately, this lady took control of her life and took steps to turn her health around. The images speak for themselves. Another reason to take charge of your health.

There’s no quick fix. It is about lifestyle changes and good food. Is that really such a price to pay to save your life?

Be well.

By manxasthehills Posted in Health


If you have checked out the internet for nutritional information and advice, you will probably have noticed how much of the information is completely contradictory. Where do you start? In my case I was already reading labels to avoid additives as I had noticed years ago that junk food caused migraines. That is one piece of advice I feel it is safe to pass on to anyone: Dump the junk. We really are what we eat. How is your body to function properly when it is constantly having to try and rid itself of toxins instead of using the energy for healing? Above all many junk food ingredients are born in the laboratory. Does that sound compatible with natural physiology? Our bodies are just not designed to cope with these ingredients, which are usually decidedly lacking in nutritional content. It is second nature to me to scan labels for ingredients. Yet I find that many simply take things at face value.

I was offered ‘Water with just a hint of fruit juice. Really, there’s nothing in it.’ Despite the hype on the bottle, the label revealed that it contained a lot of junk. Sadly this lady could see no issue and was convinced she was consuming a healthy drink. If you purchase an item bearing claims of healthy, low-fat, low sugar etc etc BEWARE. Even when there are claims such as: contains no GM, no artificial flavouring and no trans fatty acids, it is still essential to peruse the ingredients because you may well find that it does include artificial preservatives and sweeteners etc. These guys are clever. They react to the most recent headlines and make sure that they can boast that their products are free from these items. Who said they wanted to make it ‘healthy’? And anyway, what is healthy? That description should be banned from processed foods IMO.

I use no ‘ready’ products and purchase as much locally-produced, naturally grown products as possible. Even what is available in ‘health’ stores requires careful checks. Especially if it is part of a US-based chain of stores, selling US products. Remember that GM (genetically modified) foods are not labelled in the US. So if it is not labelled as organic there is a good chance that it is GM. And I wonder how easy it is for organic growers in the US to keep their crops free from stray GM? Personally, I avoid foods from the US. If you are a US resident I would suggest farmers’ markets and growing your own. Nothing is uncontaminated these days but we can do our best to avoid heavy contamination and unhealthy ingredients.

GM ‘foods’ are simply a no-no for me. But even so-called ‘conventional’ fruit and vegetables are loaded with chemicals. A nurse told me that she had had breast cancer although she was consuming a lot of salad at the time. (Sounds like another contradiction doesn’t it?). However, her oncologist put it down to the fact that she was eating ‘conventional’ salad i.e. sprayed with chemicals. So there you have it, some medics are aware of this issue. And while some acquaintances and friends are astonished that I go out of my way to source organics rather than purchase ‘conventional’ vegetables the fact is that organics are conventional. That is the way they have been growing for millennia. The so-called ‘conventional’ fruit and vegetables should display a warning that they are laced with a chemical cocktail, in my opinion. And US stores should be compelled to admit that many of the products are GM as well, I would say. How tasty and tempting would they appear then? There is nothing freaky about organics. They are simply naturally grown fruit and vegetables, as nature intended.

Does seeking good food all sound like a lot of bother? It becomes second nature and if improved health is what you seek then that is the only way to go, in my experience. And don’t forget that this is the simplest form of rebellion. The huge corporations that produce junk food can easily be brought to their knees when we stop consuming their wares. Please note that McDonalds is currently closing hundreds of ‘restaurants’ worldwide, as consumers choose healthier options. We really do have the power.

I have yet to touch on looking at liver health as well as what I actually eat and what I avoid. Hopefully, the above has been helpful for some who are starting out on the journey to find optimal nutritional sources and improve their diets.

Be well.

By manxasthehills Posted in Health


Should have posted this long ago. Vital information about the effects of wifi, TETRA etc. The powers that be continue to claim there is no issue. However, following a recent ban on wifi in nursery schools imposed by the French government we can assume that Electro Magnetic Frequencies are not quite as benign as is claimed. It is a known fact that the USSR used this technology against US consulate staff. Bees and cattle are known to be affected by telecom masts. Use with caution:

Clint Richardson: The only way we can stop geoengineering

If we do not register our ‘withdrawing’ our consent then it is assumed that we are ok with being sprayed. The following is a very well-researched blog post. which contains explanation of how the US government appears to have the legal right to spray the population without public consent if a situation is deemed to be a threat to the nation. That situation could come under the umbrella of ‘preventing terrorist acts’ I feel sure that this very fact has enabled the spraying to continue, with the acquiescence of those in power: It’s classified. Sign this. Then the gagged know the score but they can’t say a dicky bird.



My name is Clint Richardson and I am writing to you, the good people of America, because now more than ever we need each others help. I don’t want your money, only your time and a little bit of effort on your own behalf…

Intent is the foundation of a proper response and action against any problem. At the moment, most of the small percent of an otherwise uninformed population of this world that actually knows about Geo-engineering as a weather modification and control scheme inversely has no idea how to fight such an esoteric and out of reach event  (despite their determined intent) – like a bunch of electricians without tools for the job. We feel helpless against it; watching from miles below as the sky becomes dim and while record-breaking temperatures scorch and freeze parts of the Earth that have never known such dramatic


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The phrase consensus facit legem is a Latin maxim which means consent makes the law. A contract is a legal agreement between the parties, and consent is an inevitable component for the legality of contract. The consent must be free and fair and should not be induced by fraud, misrepresentation, coercion or mistake.
We are governed by consent. I have yet to hear this statement be contested. And some in the know have confirmed that it is indeed the case. The way many of us read this is that something cannot become law if it is seen that the people withhold their consent. We have the power.

Two days to register your withholding consent to becoming totally transparent to all government departments. To have your personal details viewed by numerous temps, perhaps? Who knows? What we do know is that government’s track record with protecting our data is less than satisfactory and it seems nothing can be done when they do mess up. If you do not consent to your details potentially being accessed by any Tom, Dick or Harry then consider withholding your consent.

Strangely, people seem reluctant to do this. But the present consultation on Single Entity Government is just what it says on the can, I would suggest. Government is asking the people if they consent to this proposal. Now is your opportunity to say ‘NO’. To state clearly, ‘Your track record is abysmal and I do not consent to my personal details being potentially accessible to every civil servant.’

Here is the link you need.

The consultation document appears to be a pdf form of the Big Debate (LOL). It only serves to confuse many of us. Just email your response to the link given if you wish to make it clear that you do not consent to this proposal. Make use of your rights asap. The consultation closes on 31st July 2015.


It’s strange how we become aware of a particular philosophy or view and then notice every-increasing references to it. Yes. our antennae are now picking it up where it would have been unnoticed before. The latest revelation in my case is that most things are not black or white. And how many references to this have I noticed in the past week? The latest example being that of a film producer, Mark Batalmai who recently attended the premiere of his film entitled ‘Ukrainian Agony.’

Batalmai shot endless footage in the Ukraine which appears to demonstrate that the western media story was definitely not true. Quelle surprise! The Berlin premiere ended in a standing ovation followed by film crew interaction with the audience. Of course someone suggested that Ukrainian Agony is also propaganda. Batalmai’s response impressed me. He stated that it was his subjective view of the situation and that every journalist produces subjective reports. Batalmai went on to explain that mainstream journalists cannot be dismissed as liars. Many believe in what they are doing and many simply have not taken a step back to look at things from a different angle. Likewise, he continued, the situation in the Ukriane is not black or white, but many shades of grey. It is not a case of the good and the evil. It is far more complex. Indeed.

This applies to so many global situations. Research and experience has led me to take a different view on things than I held twenty years ago. I belong to those who consume alternative media sources and whose world views differs from that of the masses. Yet, there is a disturbing tendency within these groups to reject any deviation from the alternative view. I have noticed that querying and requesting further information can result in being rejected as ‘not one of us’. However, those who have arrived at this place, where the BBC has no place in their lives and where nothing is accepted at face value, obviously have enquiring minds. Thus we question everything. And it seems that some alternative journalists are neither open-minded or accept the many shades of grey that make up reality. You are either with us or you are against us? Sounds like a Bush quotation to me.

We are individuals and should continue to function as such. Informing ourselves, querying things and weighing up the pros and cons to arrive at an opinion, which may frequently change as other information becomes available. No I’m not one of the alternative herd either. Nor should anyone conform or change his opinion to comply with the alternative view.

There are multiple shades of grey and they are ever-changing. We must also be adaptable and have the courage to reject those who demand complete adherence to the alternative mantra. Whatever that is.