Saturday, December 15, 2007

Ron Paul, the revolution begins



Is it just a dream that Ron Paul will become President? Is the USA doomed to have Hilary Clinton in the oval office?



2008 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul in discusion with Google executive Elliot Schrage as part of the company's Candidates@Google series.

Sunday, July 08, 2007

WTC and JFK

Is an orange really an orange? A short video about controlled demolitions and WTC7.



Here's an interesting clip about JFK. You can clearly see the bodyguards being told to move away from JFK before entering the grassy knoll where he was shot.

Friday, June 15, 2007

All the world's a stage!

A really good documentary featuring 9/11 news footage and excerpts from other productions such as Loose Change and Terrorstorm. I'll let you draw your own conclusions from this video.

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Aerosols aka Chemtrails

These two videos will make you look up towards the sky next time you go for a walk outside. Scary stuff indeed.

Chemtrails: Clouds of death



Chemtrails, Nano-Tech and Morgellons



Aerosol Crimes

Friday, January 19, 2007

Rest in peace grandpa

It must be about time to add another entry to my blog as I haven't updated it since late last year. Now that I've finally got a few moments to write something I might as well explain what I've done recently.


Since my last entry I visited Shanghai for 10 days to see friends and also do a bit of sightseeing. Though in all honesty it was very cold and wet there so we didn't visit too many places. It's not very often I go travelling half way round the world to visit somewhere which is colder than the UK. Still the food and company was good so I can't complain too much. I did discover a pretty good tune from Bruce Springsteen when watching some of the local TV in China. I wouldn't consider myself a fan of country and western, but this song did have me hooked.



I also managed to visit some places not too far away from Shanghai.
Suzhou is around an hour away from Shanghai by train and is a very picturesque city with some nice canals. I've heard people call it the Venice of the east, though having never been to Venice I'm not sure how true that is.
I also got an opportunity to visit Xitang which does remind me a lot of Lijiang. It was used to film a few scenes from Mission Impossible 3.

http://www.people.exeter.ac.uk/nkjdatta/photos/abroad/china4/

Last weekend (13th January) I went to visit my brother and his family. Whilst my brother and most of his family seemed to be suffering quite badly from colds it didn't dampen the weekend too much. It was also nice to kick the ball around the garden with Dylan, he's also very good at sweeping. Next time he comes to Exeter he can have a go at cutting the grass ;)


The happy weekend wasn't to last for very long, at around midnight on Saturday I received a call to inform me that my grandfather had passed away at around 8pm India time. I found it extremely difficult to sleep that night, partly due to the fact that I was thinking I should have visited him when I went to India last year. My grandfather was cremated on the Sunday, I didn't get chance to talk to my father until Monday morning before heading off to work.

Here's a picture of my Grandfather taken in 2003 when I last saw him in Assam, India.


107 years and out. Rest in peace