Wednesday, January 10. 2024
Sunday, September 17. 2023
So this is where we are now in 2023. Don't bother going to the police to report a crime, don't bother taking the matter to court to present evidence before a jury. Instead, just skip all of that and go straight to the newspapers and television - anonymously - and make wild accusations of things that might have happened between 10 and 15 years ago. The accusers can hide behind fake names and actors, whilst the accused has his dirty laundry strewn out for everyone to inspect and make assumptions.
Saturday, January 21. 2023
Wednesday, December 28. 2022
Basically, it's like the Trailer Park Boys meets The X-Files. In other words: a bunch of comedy actors pretend to investigate made-up anomalous bullshit.
Tuesday, December 27. 2022
'The star of the TV show The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch Travis Taylor has accused “debunkers” of having a bias in their research. In the interview that appeared last week on 8 News Now, journalist George Knapp reveals the double life of this star. He was secretly working as the chief scientist for the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force.
Monday, December 26. 2022
'A discovered US Department of Defense document provides unprecedented insight into why the US government is disclosing information concerning UFOs.
Thursday, December 8. 2022
'Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and Matt Ridley go in depth to explore the Covid 19 outbreak, scrutinizing the lack of criticism, the inherent red flags widely accepted as benign, the possible motive for a multi-government cover up, and ultimately the demise of the scientific enlightenment as it bends to a more fearsome pandemic: totalitarianism.
Wednesday, December 7. 2022
'Alexander Weygers, a Renaissance man in the mold of the tech industry’s stated ideal, inspired an art dealer to become an acolyte. In this Hello World short, Ashlee Vance visits the dealer whose curiosity about Weygers has evolved into an obsession.'
Tuesday, December 6. 2022
'During the 20th century, urban environments got taken over by corporate logos. Studies have reported that an average person is exposed to about a hundreds of logos a day.
Monday, December 5. 2022
'The Traitors (BBC One) is the Highlands Hunger Games. It is terrible - a pandering to our basest, most voyeuristic, atavistic instincts, an exercise in exquisite cruelty lasting 12 weeks. You’re going to love it.
Sunday, December 4. 2022
Saturday, December 3. 2022
'Author Raymond Wiley delves into the mystery of the Georgia Guidestones, a massive granite monument located in northeastern Georgia. Marked by engravings written in twelve languages, the Guidestones are the creation of one R.C. Christian, an individual whose real identity remains unknown. Join Raymond for a tour of the Guidestones and a look at the controversy and strangeness surrounding the monument and its (some say) apocalyptic messages to humanity.'
Friday, December 2. 2022
'To what extent is the Chinese Communist Party responsible for the scourge of the coronavirus? This conspiratorial premise looms over the intriguing documentary Tracking Down The Origin Of Wuhan Coronavirus.
Thursday, December 1. 2022
'Common sense ain't so common anymore. That's the overriding message of Trump, QAnon And The Return Of Magic, a lively, but distressing portrait of our current state of disrepair. The film issues a scathing critique of our cultural and sociopolitical climate, which is being driven by harmful and irresponsible rhetoric, social media proliferation, and lack of distinctions between truth and fantasy.
Wednesday, November 30. 2022
'In late June of 2013, as United States leaders were publicly labeling him as a "coward" and a "traitor", Edward Snowden was hiding from authorities in Hong Kong. Terminal F: Chasing Edward Snowden dramatizes the pulse pounding moments prior to and in the aftermath of this moment.
Tuesday, November 29. 2022
'John Pilger's film is a powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war. The War You Don't See traces the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War I to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the war in Afghanistan. As weapons and propaganda are ever more sophisticated, the very nature of war has developed into an 'electronic battlefield'. But who is the real enemy today?
Monday, November 28. 2022
'Adam talks with British writer and cultural historian John Higgs about 90s TV, the KLF, the importance of trying to be optimistic about the future, what John Lennon might be like if he were alive now and what The Beatles and James Bond tell us about the British psyche.'
Sunday, November 27. 2022
Episode One of Invisible Cities, hosted by occult author Damien Echols.
Saturday, November 26. 2022
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci, became an immediate best-seller upon its release in 2021, and that despite Big Tech’s censoring of its advertising. Kennedy’s book has now been made into a movie.
Friday, November 25. 2022
'Due to a new bill, officials who have knowledge of or experience with sightings of UFOs in the US could soon come forward and share information about the phenomenon without fear of retaliation.
Thursday, November 24. 2022
What if everything we know about prehistoric humans is wrong? Journalist Graham Hancock visits archeological sites around the world to uncover whether a civilization far more advanced than we ever believed possible existed thousands of years ago. (Pirate Bay magnet link).
Wednesday, November 23. 2022
'Jon and Timothy head to the haunted Pottstown Regional Public Library for a ghost tour and investigation. Windows are mysteriously opened, candles mysteriously light, bells ring, unexplained scents drift through the building, and an EVP is collected.'
Tuesday, November 22. 2022
'Ready to see one of the most famous alleged alien abduction incidents questioned? It’s coming, anyway. It’s that of Betty and Barney Hill. They were a husband and wife who, on the night of September 19, 1961, and while driving home from Canada to New Hampshire after completing a fun vacation, had a significant number of hours erased from their minds. It all happened near Indian Head, New Hampshire. It was there they saw a strange light in the sky that appeared to be carefully shadowing them from above. Concern and anxiety set in, which is no surprise. Finally, they made it home. Something very strange and disturbing happened to the Hills, but such was the state of their minds, they weren’t sure what it was. But, they certainly wanted to know. In the days and weeks that followed, the Hills began to experience terrifying, never-jangling nightmares: there were memories of having been taken on-board a UFO, and of having been subjected to intrusive and stressful medical-based experiments. Betty recalled that the aliens inserted a needle into her navel. Sperm was removed from Barney, via what was termed as “a suction device.” The “alien abduction” phenomenon was up and running, and the issue of “missing time” was well and truly born. The fascination that the Hill’s experience generated - partly due to Betty and Barney’s decision to speak openly at UFO events - ultimately led to the publication in 1966 of The Interrupted Journey: Two Lost Hours “Aboard a Flying Saucer.” It was written by a respected journalist and author, John Fuller.
Monday, November 21. 2022
'The death of Queen Elizabeth II, where the BBC dropped programming to run endless, wall-to-wall coverage, has underlined the fact to many Britons that the network is far from impartial, but the voice of the state.
Friday, July 8. 2022
Sunday, June 19. 2022
Alright you twisted freaks! After a very long hiatus, The Subverse forum is back online.
Tuesday, April 19. 2022
No matter how many times I speak out against war there's always some guy playing Call of Duty in the background chiming in with: "What about the Nazis? World War Two was the only just war." Funny you should mention that. Not only did we not finish the job the first time, but they're fighting on our side now with SS Galizien patches on their uniforms.
Continue reading "James Inman: Schrödinger's Ukraine"
Saturday, April 9. 2022
Saturday, January 1. 2022
Firstly, I'm not an anti-vaxxer - I've had two AstraZeneca shots and a Pfizer booster - but had I seen this video before being offered the booster, I might've decided against it given that I experienced serious adverse side-effects which left me feeling poisoned and bed-ridden for almost 24 hours. I did, at the time, have my reservations knowing Pfizer's track record, but said "fuck it" and went for it anyway. In retrospect, I'm still unsure if it was the right thing to do.
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