Futbol Penales Historias

The FIFA World Cup; the greatest sporting event on the planet, and the greatest stage every 4 years for “The Beautiful Game”.
A stage where heroes and villains alike are made. A stage where rivalries are forged, where tensions run high, where vengeance is often exacted, where quality doesn’t always prevail, where injustice often flourishes, where cheaters can and do often prosper, where tears are shed and celebrations abound, where there is joy, sorrow, pain and regret, where there is great brilliance and incredible idiocy, where people are crucified and others are deified… and a stage where iconic moments and memories are created that last a lifetime. Read the rest of this entry »
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He does seem to have a lot of friends. Some in high places; lots of them in not very high places at all. Later today, lots of them will be out in the street again, apparently embracing their role as ‘useful idiots’ in a scripted pantomime.

This is really an add-on to the much larger piece I published here about Far-Right agent-provocateur and Zionist operative Andrew McMaster, Paul Harris, Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon,Tommy Robinson’: whose arrest for contempt of court sparked protests and a great deal of outrage in recent months – based on a carefully contrived narrative that actually doesn’t really work.

While some people took offense or exception to my pointing out the bloody obvious (that ‘Robinson’ is a ‘race war’ psy-op agent working for one or more agencies), the latest information regarding Mr ‘Robinson’s’ situation would seem to put the matter to rest.

Specifically, it appears that Robinson’s legal expenses are being picked up by a Zionist/Neo-Con think-tank (The ‘Middle East Forum’).

In their statements, the MEF says it is “helping Robinson in his moment of danger”, as well as “bringing foreign pressure on the UK government to ensure Mr. Robinson’s safety and eventual release”. Interestingly, the MEF also acknowledges it is “organising and funding” the imminent ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ protests/rallies scheduled for July 14th. Read the rest of this entry »

Another two people have been allegedly poisoned by the Soviet-era nerve-agent ‘Novichok‘, this time in Amesbury.

And Russia and England are both still in the 2018 World Cup, with just over a week left to go. Those probably seem like two unrelated statements: and maybe they are.

Then again, maybe not.

Regarding this latest alleged nerve-agent incident, the authorities have been careful not to be seen to jump to conclusions – so there has been no overt statement implicating Russia. And the media reports all suggest that the two individuals in question had nothing to do with Russia. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s a curious error; assuming it was an error at all – and it might’ve cost someone in admin their job.

A couple of weeks ago, an odd story popped up in the media very briefly. It came when a journalist put in a request via the Freedom of Information Act. The journalist in question had been researching far-right and far-left militant groups. Bizarrely, Curtis Waltman – working for Boston’s MuckRock – received back documents that had nothing to do with the requests he’d submitted or the subject he was researching.

What actually came through has turned out to be something of a gift to conspiracy theorists and researchers, validating what any number of people have been claiming for many years.

According to the Daily Mail’s report on the story, “…In what sounds like a plot from the X-files, they revealed research into bizarre ‘psycho-electronic’ weaponry. These claim to use electromagnetic forces to achieve their aims, including inducing intense pain, itching or even rigor mortis.

The US government accidentally sent the reporter information describing ‘remote mind control’, ‘remote brain mapping’, ‘forced memory blanking’, and other effects that have been a staple of conspiracy theories for decades now. Read the rest of this entry »

For at least two months after Chris Cornell died a year ago, I didn’t listen to any Soundgarden music or any other Cornell music at all.

And I avoided all videos or Cornell-related content.

I wrote something here right after his death was announced: and something a few months later when Cornell’s friend Chester Bennington committed suicide on Cornell’s birthday.

But, aside from that, I went cold-turkey. I was too upset, too emotional, about Cornell to carry on business as usual: and business as usual, for me, would’ve been to be listening to Soundgarden or Audioslave tracks or albums at least once or twice a week. Read the rest of this entry »

There are some days when the sheer scope of the idiocy makes me want to not get out of bed.

If ever you needed proof of how many witless muppets are – hook, line and sinker – caught up in the ‘race war’ or ‘clash of civilisations’ psy-op, you need only witness the tedious #FreeTommy or #FreeTommyRobinson hashtag and the scores of ‘patriots’ or useful idiots protesting the former EDL leader’s arrest, both on-line and on the streets.

Either there really are legions and legions of dull-witted racists out there who wouldn’t know arse from elbow… or Wi-Fi access really should be limited to people who can pass some kind of basic intelligence test first.

But, to paraphrase a famous saying, a hashtag can be halfway around the world before reality has even gotten its boots on.

Contrary to what seems to be a carefully-contrived misconception, Robinson’s 13-month prison sentence has nothing to do with ‘freedom of speech’ or anything he has said, but actually stems from simple ‘contempt of court’ – due to the fact that Robinson live-streamed footage of defendants arriving in court to Facebook. Read the rest of this entry »

The mysterious death of movie legend Natalie Wood might be the most troubling and tragic ‘Hollywood Mystery’ that there is.

It’s a case that hasn’t been resolved – and which conspiracy theories still circulate around – for over thirty years. And it’s a case that keeps resurfacing every several years; most recently with the news, in the last few months, that Wood’s two-time husband (and American film and TV star) Robert Wagner is again “a person of interest” in the re-opened case.

Natalie Wood, who starred in, among other things, Rebel Without a Cause and West Side Story, was a massive star and icon of her age. Read the rest of this entry »

I noticed something curious recently, nestled away in one of the newspapers: that the Chinese government has apparently banned the classic book 1984  by George Orwell.

There’s something that kind of speaks for itself when an oppressive government bans not just any old book, but something as specific as 1984. Orwell’s Animal Farm has also been banned, for that matter.

But it seems fairly obvious that a state that functions entirely along 1984 lines would eventually need to make sure its citizens don’t get to read 1984 and notice the similarities.

This is apparently part of a massive online censorship campaign. Clearly, either Orwell’s books have been getting too much attention in China or the authorities want to make sure they don’t get any attention – or both. Makes sense, of course – if you’ve built 1984 in real terms, you have to make sure your citizens don’t realise it or at least don’t have such a glaring frame of reference. Read the rest of this entry »

Well, that was bloody insane – all of it.

But then we appear to be living in an insane asylum in which the inmates have taken control.

If you ever needed a more perverse and overt expression of the incestousness nature of the Trump/Netanyahu relationship – and indeed of the Zionist/End-Timers fanaticism that I keep talking about here – it was in the last couple of days, which saw the official ceremony for the new US embassy in Jerusalem, accompanied by the deaths of dozens of Palestinian protesters.

I don’t want to keep re-writing the same points over again, so I’ve re-posted below (in full) the older article on Jerusalem, the embassy move, and more importantly the Judeao-Christian Zionist plan to seize the Temple Mount and pave the way for the ‘rapture’, the Second Coming and the Biblical Apocalypse. Read the rest of this entry »

This is just a short one; and is really just an anecdote and not anything important.

But the most random, odd thing happened to me a couple of weeks back. It was on the day my grandfather passed away – in fact, it was just a few minutes before my grandfather passed away and it took place in the hospital. Read the rest of this entry »