Nothing To Say

I haven’t posted in a while, as I am dealing with a pretty awful personal situation, but this came through today and I found it relevant and amusing.

Hope you are all well out there in Blog.land. Now move on, nothing to say here !!

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London – One Man’s Perspective

OK, so this one is not written by me, it was written (unknowingly) for me,¬† by a friend of mine who posted it on Facebook! He has kindly allowed me to post it here. Please take a few minutes when you have finished to visit his links at the bottom of the blog. A friend of Mark’s put it very succinctly, when he shared his post, saying :

“Staying curious and not accepting what we are told is what I love about Mark ‘s post.

It is a terrible tragedy for the innocent people who suffer – but what is real is so difficult to know anymore.”

Here is the post in full with links. Please take time to visit the links and make up your own mind. If you are visiting this blog, then I have no doubt that you will be reading with an open mind and freedom of thought – if you aren’t then you are in the wrong observatory!

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Today’s “plagiarised” post :

London attack. A few thoughts. Firstly, if any innocent people died today, for that I am truly sorry as we all are because innocent people dying is a terrible, terrible thing. Especially without cause, especially violently. I don’t actually know if this is the case at the moment, but my thoughts and love go to them and their families if indeed this is reality.

Secondly, I share these thoughts only because I think it’s very important that all of us go beyond the narrative being portrayed on the media right now because, if we don’t, we could fall into some very dodgy traps.

So these are the things I am personally considering right now as I think they are important.

You, whoever deems to read this, may disagree with me and that is your absolute right which I totally respect. I post this not to stir online divisiveness, but to engender critical thinking as best I can, which is essential when being bombarded with this kind of information (i.e. what’s coming out in the news):

1. Please, whoever you are, do not allow any hatred to rise within you for Islam or Muslims. They are wonderful, peace-loving, kind, gentle people. Just like Jews, Christians, Sikhs and any other collective bunch that has grown up in or chooses to be identified by a Religious doctrine. If the narrative is currently leaning towards Daesh, do not tar Islam with the same brush, it’s a different thing in the first place and please ask yourself how they know for a fact so soon after the event that it was anything to do with them i.e the “narrative enemy”.

2. Ask yourself whether there was an “exercise” happening at the same time this event happened? I found this from the Daily Telegraph a few days ago called “Operation Strong Tower”, which implies the Tower of London, which is very near where today’s event happened.

There may have been more, there may have been one today. I don’t currently know, although I do know this is a common theme. (Ed : The Brussels airport attack in 2016 – there was an exercise in exactly the same event, taking place at exactly the same time, in exactly the same place)

I used to take part in many exercises when I was in the military (28 years ago now), from nuclear attacks to terror attacks, and there was always a lot of fake blood, false limbs, flashing lights, sirens and so on – any bystander would have been terrified. Us? We were just playing our part.

Am I saying today was an exercise made to look real? I don’t actually know because I was not there, but I am convinced this has been a pattern over many years in many attacks.

When 7/7 happened, there was a PRECISE exercise taking place at exactly the same time, and this guy slipped through the net and told ITV about it on the day:

3. Ask yourself if this, in any way, looks similar to terrorist attacks that have happened across Europe in the past couple of years. The answer is a big yes.

In particular Paris: what was the outcome? Martial law. i.e army on the street. With guns. All the time. That looks very much like what they want, if they haven’t already got it, in London.

4. Look for the passport. Since 9/11, the incredibly durable, bomb-proof, fire-proof Islamic passport has appeared very conveniently in the most ridiculous places to confirm the identity of the, usually radical Islamic terrorist. They may have learned their lesson here, but look out for it nonetheless in the next few hours.

As a side note, I find it amazing that no-one has ever thought to recycle “terrorist passports” as bullet-proof vests, but I digress.

5. Remember, the same people that are telling you the FACTS about this event are the same people that told you about WMD in Iraq


That Dr David Kelly committed suicide

That Jimmy Saville was a lovely bloke that kids LIKE ME used to watch “bring kids dreams to life” on TV

That JFK was killed by a lone crazy gunman (when will this ever wear thin?)

That the conflict in Syria started with a Civil War (it didn’t)

And..oh, so many more I’ve not got time for in this post.

6. Here’s a reminder of what the same people told you about 9/11 (in less than 5 mins):

7. Ask yourself about the two biggest news stories that are not currently news stories (i.e. in the mainstream) regarding elite paedophile rings at the highest levels of society. In the US it’s called #pizzagate and #pedogate and in the UK it involved the fact that just two weeks ago a police chief leading the investigation into accusations against Prime Minister Edward Heath, said that he was “120% convinced” that the paedophile allegations against him were true. That chief is now on extended garden leave and the case has been closed due to their being “no evidence”, only a few days later.

Case Open: Click me to read article

Case closed: Click me to read article

David Icke revealing the truth about Heath in 1998:

(Icke never got sued for this for one reason – it was true and they’d rather have Icke labelled a nutter than go to court, where it would have all got dragged up in public. They know what they are doing)

Listen to this Barrister, and secret service expert, Micheal Shrimpton talking about Heath:

Ask yourself this: is it convenient that this attack has distracted everyone at this time when this stuff is happening?

Yes, you may cry: “conspiracy theory”,

and….

….you’d be 100% right IMHO.

8. If you’ve got this far, and never heard of the Hegelian Dialect, please watch this:

9. Take it one step further and learn about Problem-Reaction-Solution. It’s credited to David Icke, but get beyond the preconceptions and spend 5 mins watching this video and relate it to what happened today:

10. Verse yourself in numerology. It sounds like crazy shit, and it is, but firstly, to ease yourself in, take a look at this video of the head of the IMF:

She said weird shit like “I do as I’m told” (by who?) and then goes crazy about the number seven!

Then go deeper:

The reason for bringing numerology up can be explained by watching the video below…

11. Now, take a look at a researcher called Oli Dammegard from today that discusses how he has connected the dots to the point where he PREDICTED this attack in London today only a few weeks ago. Watch it all, then research him, because the logic will astound you:

12. Finally: we are all one consciousness.

We are spiritual beings having a human experience.

We are being manipulated, but don’t be scared.

Whatever our failings as a collective or as individuals, you are beautiful and divine and all will be forgiven.

You are forgiven.

Do not give in to fear, especially right now.

There is a purge going on.

Hold fast.

Look into your heart and soul, and find the love for your brothers and sisters of the world that are being presented to you through the manipulated veils of uniforms, religions, skin colour, sexuality, gender, and so on – it’s all nonsense (not your identity, the manipulation of your identity) – we are one world, one future.

Whatever really happened in Londinium today remember this – we are one love.

Namaste xxx

By Mark Attwood РEntrepreneur & Author                                                     22nd March 2017

I just want to say how grateful I am to Mark for his permission to share this and his insightful perspective on a subject that has caused¬† divide and hatred. If we all looked at things in such an explorative, logical and calm way then we may be able to create a new reality, a reality where we can all live together….peacefully. Whether you agree with what is said or not, I hope that it has given you pause for thought. Think outside of the box you have been trapped in. Namaste

Mark’s latest book¬† “The Best Digital Marketing Strategy in the Galaxy (Probably)” is available now.

Deal or No Deal – The Global Revolution

I cannot take credit for the second part of this title – that goes to a certain politician in our midst, but more on that later.

Today, Queen Elizabeth II our¬† 90 year old monarch gave Royal Assent to the Article 50 Bill – the Bill that triggers our exit from the European Union. That means that our Prime Minister, Theresa May, can now trigger the article and commence the process. With the announcement came a new wave of EU “banter” between the people of the UK, but it’s more than that isn’t it?

Since June 23rd 2016, the entire world seems to be rebelling – it began with Nigel Farage and Brexit, next came the election of Donald J Trump as “leader of the ‘free’ world” (he isn’t, he is just the President of America and only¬† North America at that, that does not make up the Free World, last time I looked it was one of many free countries in the world) and it now looks like the next upset could come in the form of Marine Le Pen (the leader of the¬† French National Front).

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I am no politician, but I observe with interest the way that the solar system of politics is orbiting at the moment. I must say that I like Farage – I don’t necessarily agree with his politics, but because of him I went out for the first time in my life at 48 years old and put an ‘X’ in the “Leave” box (and before anyone says anything, I’m intelligent and knew exactly what I was voting for!). I find Farage a personable bloke, down to earth and (bizarrely) I find the tone of his voice comforting – I think he would be great to have a drink with and make an interesting guest for dinner.

Farage has a show on LBC and has done frequent shows from America (when visiting his friend the President) and last night interviewed Le Pen in a one hour interview, that was both interesting and revealing – his reason was because our PM had given Le Pen’s rival red carpet treatment and ignored her. I must say, that interview (probably available via the LBC website) really gave me an insight into Le Pen (somebody I had never heard of before) and I really warmed to her…she speaks a lot of sense. One thing that Farage asked Le Pen was “Do you think that this is the start of a ‘Global Revolution’?” Le Pen, simply replied “Yes!” And I agree – the tides are turning.

LBC has a raft of presenters, both Leave and Remain supporters, and, mentioning no names, there is only one that I will not listen to. His dislike for any opinion, other than his own, overwhelms his reasoning and ability to have a rational conversation. Add to this his feeling of total academic superiority over anyone and everyone he comes into contact with and you will hopefully get why I cannot bear to hear his voice. He reminds me of Fraser from Dad’s Army (the UK sitcom) who used to respond to everything with “Doomed! We’re all doomed!” – every single show that this presenter does, has that atmosphere…he says that everyone who voted Leave is a “pleb” and “intellectually inferior” and that we did not know or understand what we were voting for; he puts every bad thing that happens down to us voting for Brexit with a ‘quip’ of “Oh look what you voted for now” followed by a negative rant about how we all voted to make ourselves poorer blah blah blah. Another reason that I won’t listen to him, is his total negativity towards the current political situation, the “Global Revolution”…he totally refuses to accept that it is happening and totally slates any figure who may swing the opposite way to him, especially if their name is Farage.

Brexit seems to be surrounded by this mass of paranoia – for example a caller to LBC this afternoon stated very passionately “How can May look the Queen in the face? How can she ask our 90 year old monarch to sign a piece of paper that will lead to the break up of her kingdom?” – a bit of an over reaction, me thinks, but it shows the level of passion that Brexit has brought out in people. People have been turned on each other, divided, and the whole thing has turned into a huge mess of paranoid delusion on both sides.

We were warned, Brexit will lead to instability, the pound will dive, everything will become more expensive, huge recession will ensue, emergency budget etc etc…”Project Fear” they called it, trying to scare us into voting Remain. We have not seen any of this, in fact the economy in the UK is stronger and more stable. With today’s events, the paranoia has taken a step up and people are again arguing and shouting at each other about it all. YAWNS!

Frankly the whole Brexit thing is getting rather boring – yes I am excited that we will be able to govern ourselves again and not have to do as we are told, but I am tired of all of the vitriol and fighting between sides. Tired of the paranoia. People are making themselves ill over it – anxiety, depression etc etc, because of something that is happening in the politics of the world. Yes it’s important, but is it truly worth making yourself ill for? Nope!

Just lately all we seem to be hearing is “What do we do if we cannot agree a deal?” Well I guess it fills time on talk radio shows!! Whatever happens will happen, whether you worry yourself over it or not, so chill – it doesn’t matter who voted what, it’s their vote they can do what they like with it. So what if they have a different opinion to you, no need to argue on Facebook or send vitriolic Tweets, lose friends, hate people. We are all the same, regardless of colour or religion or ethnicity, we just have brains that allow us to think for ourselves…accept it and love.

So “Deal or No Deal” who really cares – well Theresa May and her cronies should, because that is who is in charge of sorting it out, but not you or I. Now here’s the thing – may be a bit radical, but we have everything the wrong way round. If you imagine the UK as a company, WE employed our Senior Management Team at the last General Election, which makes US the CEO’s or Chairpeople of OUR company (the United Kingdom)…so if our Senior Management Team (the govenment) aren’t doing a good job, we can sack the lot of them and employ a new team, next time we get the chance!! Eventually we will get the right people in the right places…just remember who you are next time you vote – YOU are The Boss. Don’t listen to the doom mongers, don’t ask people on Facebook how they think you should vote, listen to your own mind and make the decision yourself, because you know what the world that you want to live in looks like.

As for the “Global Revolution”, long may it continue and I am very proud and comforted in the knowledge that it all started here in the UK. I wish the democratically elected President Trump all of the luck in the world, because they really have it in for him and a lot of it is unfair victimisation because the politicians and businessmen did not get the result they wanted – having paid for his election campaign himself, Trump owes nobody anything and that is why he is seen as so dangerous; he can exercise free thought and he has a blank canvas on which to work. And I hope that Mme Le Pen takes herself all the way to the French Presidency – like Farage and Trump, all she seems to want is what is best for the people of France, she has no problem with foreign people or other religions, but she believes that in France, French people should come first. Is anything wrong with that? Would you prioritise somebody from…say… Germany over your Sister or Brother?

With more elections to come over the coming months in Germany and Italy, to name but two, we could see further changes in the structure of the world – we the people want change and we can affect the “Global Revolution” if we all unite around the world and use our votes, as CEO’s of our countries, to make that change happen. I think that over the next 5 or 10 years, as the “Global Revolution” takes hold, the European Union will dissolve, to be replaced, eventually, by a new Union that is run by the new management teams of each country, teams that work together to get the best for both their CEO’s and the Union that they have formed. A Union that is united and can make the world a better place in which to live. Is it going to be tough? Of course. But will it be worth it? For our children, yes it will. That’s one of the problems, you see, many are only thinking about themselves and the 10 years of hardship that they will endure for the sake of a positive change for the future. Sometimes we have to make a sacrifice for the better good, we need to educate kids of 8-15 years old in how they can make the world a better place – if we continue as we are, they will only learn how to wreck what is left – so that when the hardship is over, they can all live together in a world that we built and keep that world looking good.

“Oh right,” I hear them cry, “And what about the ¬£350 million a week they promised for the NHS?” Well (a) they never promised it, they could not, they had no authority to – it’s like you know that you are going to have an extra ¬£250 a month in your wages after your pay rise so you think about all of the things that you could do with it, this was just one idea; and (b) until we leave the EU that money is not available to spend, because the EU are still taking it week in and week out until 2019 – it’s like going out and buying a car with that pay rise before it has started going into your pay packet…where are you going to get the money from?¬† (I don’t know what is so hard to understand about that logic really, but many don’t get it and keep using it as an argument) In 2019 when we are out, THEN and only then will that ¬£350 million a week be available to spend, so stop fighting over it, stop fretting about it. In 2019 I am sure we will be advised on how it will be spent.

Vive The Global Revolution, long may it continue and I look forward to observing it as it happens and taking part when the opportunity arises. Sometimes change is good, don’t be scared, embrace it.

What if I fall? But my darling, what if you fly – Eric Hanson

 

Who is the Social Astronomer

I am an observer. I love to watch people, but I also love to watch the machinations of the world. In addition, I observe people’s lives via social media and their reactions to what the universe throws at them, on a daily basis.

I observe what happens in the space before me. We are all stars in this cosmos, I merely watch the movements of those stars and comment. I try not to judge, I just offer an alternative perspective….One man’s perspective on our world, offering hope and help to put things into perspective for you.

Sometimes you might agree with my perspective, other times you may strongly disagree. Either is fine – that is our perogative as individuals and free thinkers – but what I do hope to do is stimulate the star dust inside your mind and create a shooting star of free thought, that may make you consider alternative orbits. Whatever your opinion, I hope to be able to put a positive axis on even the most negative of life’s curve balls.

Looking through my telescope observing the world from One Man’s Perspective – I am the Social Astronomer….Welcome to my observatory, lets look at these stars together!

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