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26-09-2014 10:16
Doomwatch is the best show around

31-05-2014 09:13
Missed you this week.. Happy Birthday Alex for Sunday. you misunderstood my text last week as I meanth a local broadcast audience. ie Local Bar or suchlike

04-11-2013 00:50
Fantastic first show Alex and great to hear Patrick Henningsen again

03-04-2013 21:37
Good guest this week. When is someone going to knock on the Royals' door???

20-03-2013 21:40
pass the parcel lol

Doomwatch 11 - Thomas Sheridan - The Aftermath of Psychopath Night

Doomwatch 11 - Thomas Sheridan - The Aftermath of Psychopath Night

Friday 24 January 2014, 6.00pm-8.00pm GMT on Peterborough FM - You are invited to join us for the 11th edition of DOOMWATCH, as alex:g talks again with writer and artist THOMAS SHERIDAN.

They analyse the fall-out from the 'reframing exercise' that was Channel 4's "Psychopath Night", and will also be covering some of the headlines of the week, many of them either ignored by the mainstream or completely misinterpreted.

You are now not only able to listen in to DOOMWATCH, but you can also see the show, in-vision, via www.ukcolumn.org/doomwatch



Devastating dossier on 'abuse' by UK forces in Iraq goes to International Criminal Court

A devastating 250-page dossier, detailing allegations of beatings, electrocution, mock executions and sexual assault, has been presented to the International Criminal Court, and could result in some of Britain's leading defence figures facing prosecution for "systematic" war crimes. 

General Sir Peter Wall, the head of the British Army; former defence secretary Geoff Hoon; and former defence minister Adam Ingram are among those named in the report, entitled "The Responsibility of UK Officials for War Crimes Involving Systematic Detainee Abuse in Iraq from 2003-2008".

The damning dossier draws on cases of more than 400 Iraqis, representing "thousands of allegations of mistreatment amounting to war crimes of torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment". The dossier, seen by The Independent on Sunday, is the most detailed ever submitted to the ICC's Office of the Prosecutor on war crimes allegedly committed by British forces in Iraq. The court has already acknowledged that there was little doubt that war crimes were committed. General Sir Peter Wall, Geoff Hoon and Adam Ingram did not respond to requests for comment.





Drink Up! Fluoride is Good for You!

In the February 2014 edition of Hot Press Magazine (Ireland's most popular selling cultural and current issues magazine) Thomas Sheridan’s  work on psychopathology in relation to the water fluoridation issue is brought to light in an article by Adrienne Murphy. Ms Murphy was one of the nominees for the Irish Journalist of the Year Award 2013 for her work on the Fluoride scandal in Irish drinking water, and has been heavily involved in highlighting the work of the Girl Against Fluoride Campaign helmed by Aisling Fitzgibbon.

The two page article is also an excellent primer into the nature of pathological structures and how they can manifest into entire root-and-branch psychopathic and proto-psychopathic policy decisions flying in the face of common sense and the public interest. Highlighting Thomas' books and work into not only psychopathology, but also social engineering and the growth of doomsday cults within the alternative movement the magazine is currently on sale now.



Google Chrome Can Listen To Your Conversations

A whistleblower who privately informed Google four months ago that their Chrome browser had the ability to record conversations without the user’s knowledge has gone public after the tech giant failed to fix the issue.

In an online video, the programmer explains how Google Chrome’s speech recognition function remains operational even after the user has left the website on which they gave permission for the browser to record their voice.

“When you click the button to start or stop the speech recognition on the site, what you won’t notice is that the site may have also opened another hidden pop under window. This window can wait until the main site is closed, and then start listening in without asking for permission. This can be done in a window that you never saw, never interacted with, and probably didn’t even know was there,” writes the whistleblower.

The video shows a pop-under browser window recording and typing the programmer’s words as she speaks. The window can be disguised as an advertising banner so the user has no indication that Chrome is listening to their voice, whether that be on the phone, talking to someone on Skype, or merely having a conversation with someone near the computer.

The exploit is a “serious security breach” that has compromised the privacy of millions of Google Chrome users, according to the programmer, who warns, “as long as Chrome is still running, nothing said next to your computer is private.”



Cheeky barman tried to put Tony Blair under a citizen's arrest for 'crimes against peace'

A barman tried to put Tony Blair under a citizen's arrest while the former Prime Minister was out having dinner. Blair was eating at Tramshed in east London when Twiggy Garcia approached him.

The part-time producer said he put his hand on his shoulder and said 'Mr Blair, this is a citizen's arrest for a crime against peace, namely your decision to launch an unprovoked war against Iraq.'

Mr Garcia told Vice magazine how Blair then attempted to engage in a debate before one of his sons went to get security. The worker then left the restaurant to avoid any trouble. Mr Blair's office said today there 'was nothing to report' about the incident. Mr Garcia was inspired to approach the former Prime Minister after reading website arrestblair.org.



Introducing the Satanic sex cult that's snaring stars such as Peaches Geldof

Taken at face value it was an innocent enough remark, encouraging friends to explore 'a belief system to apply to day-to-day life to attain peacefulness'. But when Peaches Geldof chose to share her 'religious' convictions with her 148,000 followers on Twitter, it lifted the lid on a much more sinister world than first impressions would suggest. The socialite, 24, is a devotee of Ordo Templi Orientis, known as OTO, and even has the initials tattooed on her left forearm. But a closer look at OTO, and Aleister Crowley, its founding 'prophet', notes his form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise malevolent gods and the use of hard drugs, including opium, cocaine, heroin and mescaline.

Crowley’s motto, perpetuated by OTO, was 'do what thou wilt'. And it is this individualistic approach that has led to a lasting fascination among artists and celebrities, of whom Peaches is the latest in a long line. Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, for example, routinely took part in occult magical rituals and was so intrigued by Crowley he bought his former home, Boleskine House, on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland. And there are now OTO lodges scattered around the country, practising the same ceremonial rituals and spreading the word of Crowley.

While membership is secret, Peaches is said to have been initiated into it, raising the prospect that many of her impressionable fans could try to do the same. Other celebrities linked to OTO include the rapper Jay-Z, who has repeatedly purloined imagery and quotations from Crowley’s work. A former FBI agent, Ted Gundersen, who investigated Satanic circles in LA, found that Crowley’s teachings about 'raising demons to do one’s bidding' suggested human sacrifice, preferably of 'an intelligent young boy'.



SAS gave me envelope stuffed with £500 to keep quiet about Diana, says ex-wife of sniper

The former wife of an SAS sniper has claimed that she was paid cash to buy her silence about his astonishing accusation that Princess Diana was murdered by the elite regiment. The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons but who we will call Sarah, says she was given a brown envelope stuffed with bank notes by an SAS officer who told her to ‘keep quiet about Diana’.

The sniper’s claim that the SAS was ‘behind’ Princess Diana’s death emerged last year, at the court martial of Sergeant Danny Nightingale, who was found guilty of illegally possessing a handgun and ammunition.

Speaking for the first time about her ‘nightmare’ marriage to the sniper known as Soldier N – who made the claim – 40-year-old Sarah revealed that Scotland Yard detectives who probed the alleged SAS link to Princess Diana’s death are themselves now under scrutiny by the Metropolitan Police’s Serious Misconduct Investigation Unit over claims that they intercepted an email sent by the wife of Soldier N.  An SAS officer warned her that she would ‘end up dead like the Woolwich soldier’ Lee Rigby if she gave evidence that undermined her former husband’s witness testimony at Nightingale’s court martial.

Sarah, who is in hiding as she now fears for her own safety, said: “The threatening and sinister way that the SAS dealt with me made what my husband had said about the regiment’s role in Diana’s death all the more believable”. Soldier N’s claim that the SAS killed Princess Diana was made in a letter written by the woman’s mother to the regiment’s Commanding Officer in September 2011.



Winter Olympics 2014 and the ‘Lost Islamic Bomb Lady’

With everything on the line, no country hosting a Olympiad can afford to take it easy on security – especially Russia.  With terror threats already made openly and through back channels, the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics has already been ramped-up as one of the biggest security operations in events history. But there’s a bigger story unfolding here – a tectonic shift in world geopolitics.

News reports now place the probable cost of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia at more than $51 billion making them the most expensive-ever. Security costs help explain this. Vladimir Putin’s ironclad determination to make the games a success – makes them a rising political risk, not only for domestic political consumption but also a challenge to Russia’s federal unity and relations with its Asian neighbours, and internationally. Making the Sochi games a PR disaster is the goal of Putin’s enemies.

The Islamic Bomb Lady was officially seen by Russian police. They identified her as 22 year old terrorist Razmena Ibragimova, displayed on Russia’s official Sochi blog sites like the one above. Her terrorist credentials were bolstered by a clumsily falsified side-profile photograph, portraying her bulging neck probably hiding explosives behind her scarf. Officially she was part of the Volgograd bombing conspiracy and Razmena is now the Most Wanted Lady in Russia.



The Coming Climate Climbdown

Man-made global warming, or as it likes to be referred to these days as ‘climate change’, had a grand plan in its heyday. The mythology was underpinned by a new economic model, one which hoped to monetize CO2 emissions – or more accurately, the absence of CO2.

Think of Al Gore and his associates like David Blood as the Bernie Madoff of the environmental movement. They created a market which has been disintegrating from day one, including a total collapse of the Chicago Climate Exchange, but not before the principal players cashed in their shares and abandoned that hip. It’s a epic story of modern day high priests and soothsayers, political hubris and pseudo-scientific largess on a scale never before seen in history. But their story is far from over. Get ready for the epic climbdown.

The world’s only mandatory credits trading scheme – in Europe – is struggling to keep itself afloat. Reasons why Europe’s ETS is now on political life support and may be scrapped include massive over-issue of credits by European governments and the European central authorities, outright fraud and re-issue of already used credits, uncertainty concerning the future value of credits, and other factors such as the intrinsic worthlessness of ‘hot air credits’.

In a winter during which Niagara Falls partly froze over, for only the second or third time in more than 100 years, the whine that global warming is alive, well and menacing becomes difficult to gurgle with a straight face, but it has been so profitable to proponents like Al Gore that we can understand why they are loathed to invent a new Doom Thing. Their twin fight against climate-damaging and rapidly depleting oil, gas and coal reserves also has major real world logic problems.

Massive over-issue of ETS tradable paper was operated not only to make warmists happy, but also to please the carbon market maker banks and climate hedge funds, who rapidly broke any link between this asset creation binge and its real world base or “underlying asset” – of actual European CO2 emissions. Which have heavily declined in most EU countries since 2008, except by supreme irony in Green Germany, presently constrained to rapidly increase its coal-fired power production. European emissions have shrunk due to economic recession, outplacement of energy-intensive industries, energy saving, and the development of “green” non-fossil energy.

The morph of the ETS system from potentially or possibly useful, to dysfunctional and totally perverse, took no more than about 6 or 7 years from its start in 2005. Today’s credit prices are so low they are no incentive to not emit CO2, making cheap credits a subsidy to pollute and emit more CO2, while they also remain an incentive for energy intensive industries to delocalize and quit Europe spurred by fears that when ETS finally collapses, it will be replaced by straight and high energy taxes.

Meanwhile, the BBC noted last Tuesday that the “Burnt out EU is likely to curb climate goals.”  And indeed, binding national targets on renewable energy were dropped from new EU proposals unveiled on Wednesday. The UK had lobbied hard to have the mandatory 2030 target watered down, saying it would drive up energy bills.

Under the new plan, there will no longer be binding renewables targets for individual countries. There will be a big effort made to revitalise the EU emissions trading scheme. Much to the delight of the UK, there will be minimal rules on shale gas fracking. But at the very least, the EU stuck with a solid 40% target for emissions reduction by 2030.

When you consider the global situation, that figure of 40% doesn't look too bad, the BBC noted. Last year, Japan rolled back on its carbon cutting commitments, as did Australia and Canada. In the US, President Obama won't be able to get carbon cuts through Congress, he will have to rely solely on regulations to achieve reductions. Meanwhile, India and China in 2012 produced a third of the world's emissions, and both countries agree that any curbs on their carbon must be in the distant future. So in some respects, the EU's firm 2030 commitment is the only game in town. But there are concerns among some commentators that even the hard won 40% figure might ultimately get watered down.

The new proposals have to be reviewed by the heads of government later this year and legislation may be delayed until sometime in 2015. Some believe that if there is enough of a delay, Europe may not have completely signed off the 40% target by the time the Paris UN meeting happens in November next year. There is a view that if Paris ends in a messy compromise, the 40% target might actually be diluted in the wake, much to the delight of countries like Poland.





Cyber attack launched through fridge as internet-of-things vulnerabilities become apparent

The first evidence of an internet-of-things cyber attack launched through household appliances connected to the internet – including a fridge – has been discovered, Software-as-a-Service provider Proofpoint has claimed.  The global attack took place between 23 December 2013 and 6 January 2014 using botnets – networks of infected computers - to send more than 750,000 malicious phishing and spam emails from domestic appliances as part of a wider campaign. The development raises security concerns surrounding the “internet of things”. At least a quarter of the 300,000 emails sent per day originated from devices that were not conventional laptops, desktop computers, smartphones or laptops.

Instead, the cyber attacks were launched using consumer gadgets, including media centres, televisions and at least one fridge. In many cases, the infected devices had been left vulnerable to hacking thanks to misconfiguration of passwords or in some cases, simply using the default password of the device. Many of the attacks targeted enterprises as hackers attempted to make off with information which could be used to commit further cyber crime.


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