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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 38 - Jon Witterick and Ceylon (Get Out of Debt Free)

Doomwatch 38 - Jon Witterick and Ceylon (Get Out of Debt Free)

Friday 29th August 2014, 6.00pm-8.00pm UK on Peterborough FM - the 38th edition of the radio show DOOMWATCH. 

The usual mix of news stories, comment and audience interaction, with special guests Jon Witterick and Ceylon from Get Out of Debt Free, who will be tackling your financial queries, as well as reporting on the latest attempted unlawful seizings of property across the country.

Due to action by ATVOD, the 'Authority' for Television On Demand services in the UK, DOOMWATCH can only be watched in sound and vision LIVE by visiting www.ukcolumn.org/live.

FIND OUT MORE AT www.getoutofdebtfree.org


Ceylon says don’t forget to apply to your utility provider for the warm home scheme you could get £140 back.

Bailiffs can be sued for trespass.

Banking Insider spoke out to a small group of Truth Seekers, including Jon Witterick and enlightened them on subjects including banks accepting Promissory Notes and how Debt Collectors discharge our debts.


Now EU targets hairdryers and lawn mowers: Brussels set to introduce ban on devices to meet energy efficiency targets

Not content with banning powerful vacuum cleaners from next week, the EU has set its sights on hairdryers, lawn mowers and electric kettles in an effort to cut energy consumption. A ban on dozens of energy-sapping electrical devices could be introduced next spring to meet targets set by Brussels. A study for the European Commission, suggests the power of hairdryers could be reduced by up to 30 per cent.

Retailers have reported soaring sales of powerful vacuum cleaners as consumers rush to buy them before they are outlawed on Monday.  The new rules will prohibit the manufacture or importing of any vacuums with motors above 1,600 watts.



Ice bucket challenge a Satanic ritual...

On the surface of things, the whole challenge seems like a good cause. It basically is creating awareness to raise funds for Lou Gehrig’s disease, which is a disease of the nerve cells of the brain. The Ice Bucket Challenge is to throw a bucket of ice water on yourself or give a donation towards ALS which does research for finding a cure for the disease. ALS uses some of their funds towards Embryonic Stem Cell Research.

Galatians Four: There could be a reason they chose ICE WATER instead of plain. Then add the social experimentation level, how many blind sheep can they get to follow? It was lots of people. We see the immense mind and social manipulation. Now all they need is some famous person to tell the entire populace to go soak their head. Some people of course doing this mean well, and don't understand or know how they are being manipulated. And the pouring of ice water too can signify "freezing one's brain" and there is that connection of historical torture/mk ultra methods that are connected to water, water-boarding and the like. Cold water has been used to torture, dominate and control people.

Let's be clear, ALS do testing on animals, use embryonic stem cells from 8 week old phetus', and have really toxic sponsors and partners.







Wall Street fat cat facing 20 years prison for 13 counts of insider trading bolted from court so fast he lost his flip flops

  • Michael Lucarelli, 51, was the director of market intelligence at Manhattan-based firm Lippert/Heilshorn & Associates;
  • Arrested at his apartment Tuesday morning and charged with 13 counts of security fraud;
  • Allegedly used draft press released to make illegal trades on the stock market, earning over $500,000;
  • After posting bail, Lucarelli tried to evade the media and ran down the street, losing his shoes;
  • He faces 20 years in prison and $1 million in fines



Media Damage Control On James Foley Video: ‘Experts Now Conclude Video Is Fake’

The video of a British jihadist beheading an American hostage was probably staged, with the actual murder taking place off-camera, according to forensic analysis.

Footage of James Foley’s death at the hands of a man with a London accent provided a powerful propaganda tool for Islamic State — formerly ISIS — when it was uploaded on to the internet and broadcast around the world last week.



British Ebola patient Will Pooley taking experimental drug ZMapp



Ebola cases in west Africa could rise to 20,000 says WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned the number of Ebola cases could rise to 20,000 as doctors in Liberia say the deadly virus is now spreading so rapidly they can no longer deal with the crisis.

The UN health agency said the outbreak is accelerating in west Africa, where the death toll has now reached 1,552, and it believes the numbers who have been hit by Ebola could be two to four times higher than the current 3,069 cases currently reported.



Your Mobile Phone Company Says Your Location Info Is Private. Think Again

On Sunday, the Washington Post published an exposé revealing that private companies are peddling surveillance systems to foreign governments that track the location of mobile phone users in the United States and abroad. The report raised a basic question: How can this be happening when mobile phone companies generally promise not to disclose their customers' location information without their consent? The main problem is that location information is available on a global network that can be accessed by thousands of companies. And in the wake of the Post story, American mobile phone companies are refusing to discuss how this squares with their privacy policies, or say what they are doing to keep their customers' whereabouts confidential.

Here's what's going on: Carriers collect location information from mobile phone towers and share it with each other through a global network called SS7. This allows a US carrier to find a customer even if she hops on a plane to India. But according to the Post, surveillance systems makers have gained access to SS7 and are using it to grab location data, allowing these firms to pinpoint people within a few city blocks.

It's not clear how private surveillance companies have obtained access to the network. Major phone carriers sell SS7 access to other providers, as do third-party companies.



NSA and GCHQ: snooping because we can

The crucial thing about the latest revelations from the secret documents leaked by the whistleblower Edward Snowden is their scope. When the Guardian first began publishing Mr Snowden's documents seven months ago, it was immediately apparent that they described secret data-trawling operations by America's NSA and Britain's GCHQ of almost limitless reach. One of the earliest official responses to such claims was that they were simply alarmist. Yes, some officials may have privately conceded, the documents described systems with the theoretical potential to reach deep into everyday civic life and personal communications. But in practice, they insisted, the only people who needed to be worried were terrorists. Haystacks had been built, as the officials put it, but it was the needles within them that mattered. The rest of us could sleep safe, since the watchers were only interested in those who were plotting to do us all harm.

That seemed a dangerously complacent view even then. But it is a wholly discredited argument now that more details have been made public. The latest documents reveal more than 1,000 targets of British and American surveillance of whom very few can seriously be seen as threats of that sort. On the contrary, though the targets include some Israeli, Taliban and Chinese activities, they also include the EU's competition commissioner, who is hardly a threat to this country. Others on the snoopers' hitlist are German government buildings in Berlin, embassies in Africa, and German communications with Turkey and Georgia – revelations likely to cause a fresh storm in Berlin. Elsewhere the target list includes a French diplomat, the oil giant Total, and the French-owned defence group Thales. The United Nations development programme, now headed by the former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark, is there too, along with the Unicef children's charity and the UN's institute for disarmament research, the French-based NGO Médecins du Monde, and the head of the economic union of West African states.

These are not, in the main, targets who are plotting to do us all harm. They are foreign governments, NGOs, international bodies and sometimes named individuals. Many of them are allies pursuing objectives and activities that the US and UK governments actively support. There is no way that the attention to these targets can be explained by terror threats. Indeed, there is no obvious explanation of some of their presence on the NSA-GCHQ surveillance list, save one – that the snoopers have the capacity to keep them under surveillance and therefore do so. We are spying not because we need to or should but because we can.



NSA leaks by Edward Snowden have scared social media into silence

A "spiral of silence" has arisen on US social media since government spying revelations emerged from Edward Snowden last year, according to a new study. Pew Research found that people were less likely to post their views or concerns about NSA surveillance on Facebook and Twitter than in person, due to fears that their views are not widely shared.

Around 86% of people surveyed for the study - which questioned 1,801 US adults in August and September last year - said that they were willing to have an in-person conversation about the surveillance program, but only 42% of Facebook and Twiter users were willing to post about it online. The findings also reveal that this unwillingness to talk can spread from the online to the offline world.



Police aiming to ensure minimum disruption ahead of GCHQ protest

Police are aiming to facilitate a peaceful protest and minimum disruption for local residents during the planned protest at GCHQ this weekend. Officers will be present outside the site in Cheltenham for the four planned days of the demonstration starting today. Police may close Hubble Road between Princess Elizabeth Way and Telstar Way any time between 6am today and the end of the protest as a safety measure dependent on the number of people who attend.

Local residents have been reassured though that they will still be allowed access to and from their properties by foot and vehicle during this time if the road is closed. Protestors will also be advised around the legality of taking pictures of GCHQ staff.



Hillary Clinton is Just Plain Wrong on GMOs

In her June 25 keynote address to the BIO International Convention in San Diego, Calif., Hillary Clinton voiced strong support for genetic engineering and genetically engineered crops. She earned a standing ovation that day by stating that the biotech industry suffers from a public perception problem and that it just needs “a better vocabulary” in order to persuade GMO sceptics who don’t understand “the facts” about genetic engineering. And then Hillary proceeded to get the facts wrong.



Killer robots a small step away and must be outlawed, says top UN official

Killer robots programmed to open fire without human control are just a “small step” from the battlefield and military powers should agree to outlaw them, a top United Nations official has said.

Angela Kane, the UN’s high representative for disarmament, said governments should be more open about programmes to develop the technology and she favoured a pre-emptive ban before it was too late.




Policy and Investigations Officer

The Authority for Television On Demand (“ATVOD”) is the regulator of UK video on demand services such as 4OD, ITV Player, Amazon Instant Video and Blinkbox. As a result of an increase in our workload, we are seeking to recruit an additional full-time Policy and Investigations Officer.

The successful applicant will be required to support the development of regulatory policy, to handle complaints, and to identify services which fall within the scope of the legislation and ensure that they comply with their statutory obligations.

The successful applicant will have experience in undertaking detailed analytical and research tasks, preferably dealing with legislation and/or regulation. They will also have a good understanding of the developing video on demand sector and the capacity to deal in a professional manner with video content which may be extreme in nature. Based in Windsor, Berks. Remuneration:  £22,500 pa. More may be available for an outstanding candidate. Closing date for applications: 5pm on 30th September 2014.

For further information about the post and details of how to apply please see the ‘information for candidates’ document published on this page. http://www.atvod.co.uk/news-consultations/recruitment



British Constitution Group Conference

Saturday 1st November 2014, The Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel – part of the “Your Constitution – Your Health” Weekend.

The 1st November is significant in that there are a considerable number of UK Parliamentary powers being transferred to Brussels that day (and no doubt will have an effect on Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). The Nice Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty finally kick in to action, but what does that mean in a day-to-day environment for the average Joe? www.britishconstitutiongroup.com/


Your Health – Seven Keys to Survival in a Post-Antibiotic World...

... What To Do When The Drugs Don’t Work Anymore.

Sunday 2nd November 2014, The Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel – part of the “Your Constitution – Your Health” Weekend.

 Modern medicine is running out of ways to stop infection. Research shows we have a maximum of seven years before antibiotics fail completely. Experts from around the world - leaders in cutting edge, scientific natural solutions - will show you how you can effectively treat infection.

This is probably the only conference on the planet to bring you the combination of speakers who will be with us for this event of enlightenment. For instance, one solution that they have spent over a million Dollars of research on is now being deployed by Harvard Medical School throughout their hospitals.

Welcome to a conference that will become known as the Pharmaceutical Independence Day. 

Sign up to be one of the first to be able to book by visiting www.drugthebug.com

Limited numbers of places – book early to avoid disappointment.

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