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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 44 - Patrick Henningsen - ISIS/ISIL/ISL/IS and Ebola

Doomwatch 44 - Patrick Henningsen - ISIS/ISIL/ISL/IS and Ebola

Friday 10th October 2014, 6.00pm-8.00pm UK on Peterborough FM

You are invited to join host alex:g and Text Jockey Lexy Manning for the 44th variant of the radio show DOOMWATCH

The usual mix of news stories, comment and audience interaction, with special guests Patrick Henningsen of 21st Century Wire, who will be discussing Ebola and ISIS/ISIL/ISL/IS, and Mike Robinson, of the UK Column newspaper, who will be looking at yesterday's by-election results and the latest plans for revising human rights laws.

Mike is one or the organisers at the "Your Constitution - Your Health" conferences, over the weekend of 1st and 2nd November 2014 at the Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel.  

"Your Constitution - The Day The UK Stood Still" - the Saturday part of the conference, is brought together by the British Constitution Group, will tackle some tough issues, without aligning itself to any political group or party. Find out more about the conference by visiting www.doomwatch.biz

Watch this show in sound and vision LIVE by visiting www.ukcolumn.org/live.




Rockefeller Foundation’s Futurist Paper Details ‘Ebola Plot’

While elite US and European families like the Rockefellers, along with their dynastic underlings like Bill Gates continue their obsession with over-population, while investing heavily in vaccines and dispensaries in the Third World, terms continue to become blurred by evermore deceptive labelling of seemingly artificial threats: “Other lines of current immunological contraceptive research continue to seek what, during the 1930s, Max Mason of the Rockefeller Foundation called ‘anti-hormones’: vaccines to block hormones needed for very early pregnancy and a vaccine to block the hormone needed for the surface of the egg to function properly.”

Considering current events, this should be a subject of concern to the public at large… Author Shepard Ambellas looked at this influential US foundation/think tank’s idea, or future scenario where a ‘New World’ is be formed following a major biological pandemic. The prestigious Rockefeller Foundation appears to have already mapped out our future for us: “The pandemic also had a deadly effect on economies: international mobility of both people and goods screeched to a halt, debilitating industries like tourism and breaking global supply chains.”

The present Ebola scare is fast fitting perfectly into Rockefeller’s ‘Flu pandemic’ mind-scaping exercise. As 21WIRE has reported, the US is setting the pace for hyping the Ebola scare, but at the same time helping to conceal the true nature and the lab-based pedigree of this latest deadly outbreak in West Africa. When you combine this with this with traditional Rockefeller funding and support for global government and the eugenics agenda, it’s not hard to see how a pandemic like Ebola could help to fast-track long-term goals and objectives of the Establishment’s family-owned cartels.

The naysayers might be shocked at the possibility of a Big Pharma Ebola, or other pandemic conspiracy, but it would be naive to think that there’s not a profit motive at work here.

Already, US authorities are rolling out Ebola screening for passengers on all US flights, and a recent case in Spain has sparked greater calls to ban any flights from West Africa to Europe and North America. Many will applaud authorities for their vigilance against a potentially deadly pandemic, but events take on another dimension of concern when viewed in the context of elite institution predictive reports, like “Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development”, by the Rockefeller Foundation.



U-Turn on ISIS? West Must Work With Putin, Assad and Iran

As the spread of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) continues, calls are now coming for the West to work with those it has specifically gone out of its way to make enemies with over recent months and years. In order to understand why, we need to examine how the international system actually works.

States, particularly from when viewed from a realist perspective, can be said to be the most powerful actors in the international system. This is due to fact that there is no, overarching, coercive and binding authority higher than that of a state, which might be the case if there were a world government. This organizing principle is called international anarchy. States therefore have an interest in their own self-preservation, and the preservation of other states, to ensure that the case for their legitimacy and existence remains.

ISIS represents a non-state actor within the international system. While it claims to govern and control vast territories across the Middle East, a lack of recognition from nation states, the most powerful international actors, leaves their claims severely wanting. As stated above, it is in the interest of states to preserve the existence of both themselves and others, to maintain claims to legitimacy. A non-state actor such as ISIS, which is encroaching upon and invading the territory of internationally recognized nation states, is a direct threat to the legitimacy of the states system. In order to counter such a threat, it falls to those who stand to lose the most to fight back; and in this case that is all nation states. So, we enter into a scenario where any nation state is a potential ally. But, the problem is that the West has framed the states in the region, along with other potential friends, as enemies not allies.

Iran, although thought by many to be an important player in the fight back against ISIS, has said no to such actions ‘because they (U.S.) have dirty hands’ (Dearden, 2014). This viewpoint coincides with concerns that any airstrikes in Syria will actually be used as cover to ‘hit Syrian military targets’ in a campaign to ‘degrade and destroy’ the Assad government (Henningsen, 2014). So, we cannot blame the Iranians for not wanting to get involved in any potentially illegal operations. But whatever does happen, we can be sure that these nations not aligned with Western hegemonic interests will be working together with each other in the future, as ‘Moscow and Tehran are discussing plans for Russian companies to help construct power plants in Iran, in return for crude oil’ (RT Business, 2014).



Arabs Under the Bus: Has Biden Grown a Brain? No, He’s Just Campaigning for 2016

The Vice President’s speech this week at Harvard University raised a few eyebrows when he blamed Washington’s Middle East allies for financing and  fueling the rise of the Islamic terrorist phenomenon ISIS. There’s more to this than meets the eye…

Biden admitted that Arabia’s oil Kings, ‘were so determined to get rid of Syria’s Assad that they sent money and gun to anyone willing to fight’, which caused the flood of foreign Jihadis, al Nusra, al Qaeda, and future ISIS terrorists into Syria from 2011. He also blamed Turkey for being a door mat for terrorists travelling from Turkey into Syria. He’s right, but Turkey was not happy with the comments from the VP.

RT reports: On Thursday, Biden said his “old friend” Erdogan (Turkish President) had admitted to making a mistake in allowing foreign fighters to cross the Turkish border into Syria. “You were right. We let too many people through.  Now they’re trying to seal their border,” Biden quoted Erdogan as saying.

So Biden just blew the lid on Syria’s Jihadi plague and threw Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and the UAE – the whole Arab coalition, under the bus. This is a significant departure from the Vice President’s wild-eyed, American muscle-flexing, “Gates of Hell” ISIS speech unleashed only weeks earlier.

Most alternative journalists and geopolitical realists will certainly back Biden’s point, and some may even applaud it, but it’s still a huge break from the White House and US State Department, who have carefully crafted a mythology of a cohesive ‘Coalition’ in their battle to crush ISIS in Iraq and Syria.



Kobane: US and UK warn of air strike limitations

The US and UK have warned that air strikes alone will not prevent Islamic State (IS) fighters from seizing the strategic Syrian town of Kobane. A Pentagon spokesman said the US and its allies were "doing everything we can from the air" but there were limits to what the campaign could achieve. Similar views were expressed by British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond.

A Kurdish leader in Kobane said IS had entered two more districts overnight, bringing in heavy weapons. Seizing the town would give IS jihadists full control of a long stretch of the Syrian-Turkish border. The US also appeared to be at odds with allies over a Turkish idea to create a buffer zone or safe haven along the Syrian side of the border. France has said it supports the idea but the White House said it was "not something that is under consideration right now".

Three weeks of fighting over Kobane have cost the lives of at least 400 people, and forced more than 160,000 Syrians to flee across the border to Turkey. "Air strikes alone are not going to save the town of Kobane," Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm John Kirby said. "We know that and we've been saying that over and over again."



The Obama Experiment: ‘He’s ruined it for future unqualified candidates’

Since his inauguration in 2009, it’s been perhaps the longest honeymoon in political history lasting nearly 7 years. Now reality is finally setting in for the Democratic Party’s flailing would-be super hero… Even TheWashington Post is now saying that, “Obama ruined things for the young, unaccomplished and inexperienced fast-talkers out there”.

The disillusionment has not only hit the ‘undecided’ voters who pushed Obama past the finish line in 2012, but Democratic rank and file too. Once you get past the politics, the inexperience can, at last, be seen as a liability to voter, party and country, and no amount of smooth talking can change that.

In 2008, America was desperate to try something new with its leadership. After 8 years of a Bush Jr Presidency that seemed to represent privilege and inheritance – along with 8 years of continuous war, voters were no longer concerned with then trivial factors like ‘qualifications’, or  ‘experience’. Public feeling on this was so great in fact, that the electorate even seemed disinterested about whether or not the candidate was even a natural born US natural born citizen, as specified in the 14th Amendment, or that he may have used other aliases earlier in life including a college nom de plume, ‘Barry Soetoro’, nor was the candidate ever made to produce genuine proof of his US citizenship other than an alleged digital birth certificate forgery posted on the White House website. American voters simply did not care. They just wanted change.

Finally, after years of hoping for change, and getting nothing but too many crass jokes and even more golf swings, and blaming all his shortcomings on either the opposition or racism – even Obama’s ardent defenders are realizing that his meteoric rise was mostly a media and marketing phenomenon, and that his Presidency may just go down in history as one of America’s most epic political failures.



Westminster rocked as Ukip wins first MP in Clacton and comes within grasping distance of Labour stronghold

Douglas Carswell made history in the early hours of Friday after he triumphed in the Clacton by-election to become Ukip's first elected MP, while the party came within grasping distance of winning a Labour stronghold in a second contest.

Mr Carswell recorded a resounding victory over his Tory challenger with 59.6 per cent of the vote and an increased majority of 12,404 - six weeks after rocking Westminster by defecting from the Tories. The Tories had hoped to halve Mr Carswell's majority from over 12,000 in order to stave off other defections and have a chance of winning the seat back in next May's general election. The results are a serious blow to both major parties just seven months from a general election.

In a result that surprised Ukip after weeks of talking down their prospects, the party came within 617 votes of seizing the Labour stronghold of Heywood and Middleton, winning 11,016 votes and 38.7 per cent of the vote. Labour won 11,633 votes, or 40.9 per cent, with its lead cut from around 6,000. Liz McInnes, Labour's newly elected MP, was jeered in the hall as she insisted: "This is a victory of Ed Miliband."



Ministers committing ‘legalised’ Treason - Renowned political economist speaks out on the eve of UK policy-making being handed to Brussels

Huge implications for our UK governance will be triggered in just a couple of weeks’ time on Saturday 1st November. Power will no longer reside in Westminster in 44 further policy areas which, under the Nice Treaty, previously required unanimous agreement before any policy could pass into the statute books. They will now fall fully under the jurisdiction of the Lisbon Treaty, and so-called ‘Qualified Majority Voting’. This change has been coming down the tracks since the signing of the Lisbon Treaty, in Portugal on 13 December 2007, so it is no wonder it has been forgotten about. Soon the ramifications will come into full effect.

On the very same day, the British Constitution Group (BCG) will hold its 2014 annual conference at the Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel, and will highlight the main issues and the huge differences this change will bring about for all of us.

“In a sense we are now in a situation akin to closing the door after the horse has bolted,” said Mike Robinson, one of the conference organisers.  “One horse that has not bolted, however, is the horse called ‘Treason’.”

One of the keynote speakers at the BCG conference is Rodney Atkinson. On 9th September 1993, Rodney and the late Norris McWhirter laid seven counts of Treason against the British Constitution and people by two Ministers who had signed the Treaty of Maastricht in 1992, before the magistrates’ court in Hexham, Northumberland. It was under a process known as “Misprision of Treason”. Some weeks later in Scotland, Norris McWhirter laid a further case.

The two Ministers were Douglas Hurd and Francis Maude. Maude continues to sit in Government as Head of the Cabinet Office. In that role he is overseeing the systematic dismantling of Britain’s institutions - privatising Government departments, selling Government property and other assets, and “nudging” people into the mindset that these activities are all perfectly fine and reasonable.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) took four months to consider the charges laid by Atkinson and McWhirter. However, the CPS, headed by the political post of Attorney General (who acted in contravention of the legal principle that no-one should judge in their own case) refused to address the specific charges, and declared that the Treason at the signing in 1992 was made legal by the passing of the European Communities (Amendments) Act 1993. The Treason of 1992 had, in effect, been legalised!

Nevertheless, this does not alter the fact that Treason was committed in 1992, and has been many times since. These actions still remain a serious crime.

Rodney Atkinson, one of Britain’s most successful political economists, and an expert on the constitutional effects of British membership of the European Union, is a former adviser to Ministers. He will present at the BCG conference the full story of the Treason charges. He will also touch on the work he has done in creating the British Declaration of Independence (BDI) - a document which should be signed by every candidate in the forthcoming 2015 General Election.

“The Declaration commits candidates to voting for a Bill in Parliament which re-asserts British Democratic Sovereignty – our power to make our own laws and dismiss our law makers,” Rodney commented. “When the BDI becomes Law, our Parliament will be unable to pass our sovereignty to any other authority. Any sovereign powers which are in doubt will be confirmed, and any democratic rights we have lost will be returned. Any refusal to do so is, in itself, an act of Treason.”

If you would like a copy of this news release please email contact (at) Doomwatch (dot) com


The Conservatives’ plans to reform human-rights laws are a muddle

“Unworkable”, “contradictory” and “incoherent”. Those were among the epithets that have greeted the Conservative Party’s plans to reform Britain’s human-rights laws. The Tories have long wanted to scrap the Human Rights Act (HRA), passed in 1998 by a Labour government. On 3rd October Chris Grayling, the justice secretary, promised to do just that as the Tories gear up for a May election in which the Eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP) threatens to lure away voters. In fact, the reforms will change less than supporters hope or critics fear.

The HRA incorporated into British law the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), which Britain signed (and helped to draft) more than half a century ago. The act allowed Britons to pursue human-rights violations in British courts, rather than going to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Although demonised by the Tories as European interventionism, the HRA actually made it more likely that human-rights cases would be heard in domestic courts, albeit in the light of internationally agreed principles.

The Tories say they will replace the HRA with a new Bill of Rights. They argue that Britain has a long history of its own human-rights laws (including Magna Carta) and that the European court is overreaching. The Conservatives want to limit the rights of individuals (notably foreigners) under the convention in certain circumstances. The European court’s judgments would be merely advisory as far as British courts are concerned. If the Council of Europe, the guardian of the convention, refuses to accept these changes, Britain would withdraw from the convention.

In fact the ECHR has less legal power than first appears. International treaties are difficult to enforce, and the court cannot force Britain to change its laws even now. Prisoners do not have the vote despite the court’s objection to Britain’s ban. The main problem is political; other members of the Council of Europe may not want to put up with Britain continually ignoring the court’s rulings, as the Tories’ proposals suggest they might.

Without the HRA, the liberties enshrined in the European convention would still apply to Britons, who would then have to revert to going to Strasbourg about human-rights violations, as they did before its introduction. If the promised Bill of Rights were at odds with the convention, appeals would multiply. Even if it ditched the ECHR, Britain would still be bound by the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights, which draws on the convention. It would also remain bound by other international treaties.



Huge rise in UK child abuse through witchcraft and ‘religious rituals’ – police

Child abuse linked to witchcraft and other religious beliefs has drastically increased in UK, with police recording a significant spike in cases involving rape, physical assault and neglect of British children.

According to figures released by police on Wednesday, Scotland Yard received 27 allegations of ritual child abuse, with many more cases believed to be hidden by families and guardians. The cases reported to the Metropolitan Police included children who were swung around and “smacked” in order to “drive out the devil,” while others were said to have raw chillies rubbed into their eyes during exorcism rituals.

In 2013, 24 cases of religiously-motivated abuse were recorded, while only nine were recorded in 2011. Some 149 cases of child abuse through exorcism rituals have been reported to the police since 2004.

Police are currently investigating a series of “child exorcisms” that took place outside a South London leisure centre last month, in which adults were reportedly heard shouting about “releasing the spirit” in rituals that took place in the early hours of the morning. However, no allegations of criminal behaviour have been made at present.



Council slammed by judge and ordered to pay £80,000 after social workers snatched pensioner with dementia from her house while her son was out

  • Milton Keynes Council did not tell son where his mother was for 19 days
  • They removed her after daycare centre manager reported she had bruises
  • Did not properly investigate cause and acted unlawfully in taking her away
  • Judge called them ‘woefully inadequate' and ordered they pay son's legal costs at Court of Protection yesterday



US firms could make billions from UK via secret tribunals

Britain faces a real risk of being ordered to pay vast sums to US multinationals under the controversial TTIP trade deal being negotiated between Washington and the EU, an analysis of similar agreements has revealed.

The Government has repeatedly played down concerns that secret tribunals established by TTIP will lead to large numbers of American corporations suing the UK in trade disputes.

But United Nations figures uncovered by The Independent show that US companies have made billions of dollars by suing other governments nearly 130 times in the past 15 years under similar free-trade agreements.

In one case alone the US oil company Occidental Petroleum successfully sued the government of Ecuador for $1.8bn. A separate case claiming $6bn has also be filed. The tribunals are used to rule on disputes between nation states and aggrieved companies.



MPs set to vote to recognise the state of Palestine

MPs are on the verge of backing a historic parliamentary vote that would call on the British government to unilaterally recognise the state of Palestine. Politicians on both sides of the deeply divisive issue believe that the motion will be passed after Ed Miliband instructed his MPs to back it. The resolution, due to be debated on Monday, also has the support of most Liberal Democrat MPs and a number of Tory backbenchers who have so far been given a free vote on the issue. Government ministers are expected to abstain.

While a vote in favour of Palestinian recognition would only be symbolic and not bind the Government it would nonetheless have profound international implications.

 Last week Sweden became the first major EU country to announce that it intended officially to recognise the Palestinian state much to the fury of the Israeli Government, which called in the Swedish ambassador for a public reprimand.

The Israelis have always maintained that recognition should only follow a negotiated agreement between both sides, and it is understood that a senior member of the Israeli cabinet has directly lobbied senior Labour politicians not to back the motion.

Labour’s support for the motion also concerns Israel because it fears it could be a precursor to a future Labour Government following Sweden’s example and recognising Palestine.



NEXT WEEK ON DOOMWATCH – Our special guest TJ will be Peterborough FM presenter Doc Mason – check his show out on Thursdays 7-9pm.  He’s something of a loose cannon, as he says so himself, and may take issue with some of your comments. So, be prepared!

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