• November 26, 2020

Martin Geddes

Coronagate: the scandal to end all scandals

I was going to title this essay “Hydroxychloroquine: does it cure CONS” — with the joke being CONS as an abbreviation for Credulous Official Narrative Syndrome. But people dying and losing their livelihoods worldwide for no good reason is not a joke. Coronagate is the political con job that promises to eclipse all others, even […]Read More

Further recommended media from my newsletter readers

I got a strong response to my earlier newsletter where I shared a list of alternative media sites endorsed by my Twitter followers. Many of you wrote to me say “but what about…?!?”, so I’ve collated these, and located the suitable links. The mass media has participated in a coup attempt to cover up Spygate (and a […]Read More

The Silent War and Digital Soldiers!

“Men are so simple and so much inclined to obey immediate needs that a deceiver will never lack victims for his deceptions.” — Niccolo Machiavelli One of the most powerful things one can do is to name a previously unnamed phenomenon. The conflict was are currently immersed in seems to be picking up the moniker […]Read More

Alternative media recommended by my Twitter followers

“Just because something isn’t a lie does not mean that it isn’t deceptive. A liar knows that he is a liar, but one who speaks mere portions of truth in order to deceive is a craftsman of destruction.” ― Criss Jami Many people are beginning to wonder if they are getting the full and truthful […]Read More

Would any of these stunning claims be newsworthy?

What are the claims being made in the Q drops, who is making them, and would just the existence of such claims — regardless of merit — be newsworthy? Would any of these stunning claims be newsworthy? “I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” […]Read More

Deconstructing mind control: The Guardian on #QAnon

“The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.” ― Thomas Jefferson A defining question of our time is the legitimacy of the mass media. It is not disputed that they have sold us many illegal wars, corrupt politicians, and empty scares. The contentious issue is whether […]Read More

Why #QAnon is the biggest story in the history of

Hillary Clinton couldn’t find anything to pin on Donald Trump. Robert Mueller couldn’t find any dirt that would stick either, despite throwing plenty. Now an impeachment process has failed to name a crime — and resulted in an acquittal. Maybe his accusers have something to hide instead? Speaking of which, would any of the following things […]Read More

Censorship special report: social and news media

I have long been capturing the zeitgeist and collating data for my newsletter. In the last few months there has been a large upswing in complaints about censorship. Indeed, there have been so many reports that it has overwhelmed my resources to collate them and publish my weekly newsletter!   To help put things back […]Read More

The Shoe Box and the Skip

Ideas can be held as strong or weak beliefs, and I would like to share a useful metaphor for how we relate to them. Perhaps the very definition of an excellent idea is that it offers useful simplicity. I would like to briefly share one such thought that I hope has value to you when […]Read More

Dark and Light: The Revolution Within

“If an egg is broken by outside force, life ends. If broken by inside force, life begins. Great things always begin from inside.” — Jim Kwik As I get older and life’s dramas unfold, it becomes more apparent that others may have left behind some wisdom worth paying attention to. We are all individually special, […]Read More

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