The vilification of civil disobedience; Part One: the second referendum

There has been some talk recently, by quite senior politicians, about the possibility of civil disobedience arising from an attempt to hold a second referendum on the UK’s EU More...

The 2016 Harlow “Brexit murder”; UK vassal government still in the dock, never convicted

The reader may remember the case: the incident in question was in Harlow last year. A Polish man, Arkadiusz Jozwik, died during an instance of the sort of wide-swinging handbag-trading More...

London Terror optics: police frighten the innocent public

Alternative headlines could have been “UKIP spoils terror cherry on top: refuses to halt GE campaigning” or “Terrorists pick soft target; would have got a kicking on a More...

“Magic”, the Anglo-globalists’ main weapon; Part Two: the Salisbury illusion

In hour 11 of his Mystery Babylon series, William Cooper reads from A History of Secret Societies (by Arkon Daraul). The subject matter is Ḥasan-I Ṣabbâḥ (Hasan), the leader More...

National Action Series; Part Three: honey trapped, and tarred by the same brush

Not very long ago, here at FBEL, it was predicted that Government would use the notion of an unpleasant racially motivated political movement (of its own making) to shape public More...

Crossing roads on foot: where the Luciferian collectivisation is immediately life-threatening

A few years ago an article was published at this site concerning how the behaviour of people at traffic lights was representative More...

Reflections on a by-election: another charlatan claims to represent the people, this time of Lewisham East

The Lewisham East parliamentary constituency, after the by-election that took place this Thursday gone, is now More...

Praetorian pantomime: inevitably, the likelihood of Salih Khater being the driver becomes an issue of doubt

Since the previous FBEL piece on the car crash in Westminster for which a suspect has...

National Action series; Part Two: the Army and the “Midlands” Five

In September 2017, when preparation was being made for this article (and others to follow), Hope...

Establishment and media in Royal Wedding propaganda exercise

The headline is actually from another piece, written in April 2011, that first appeared at the...

Post-Magna Carta, the mob concurs: “Skripal poisoning” case suspects did it because police say so

The Metropolitan Police’s “Skripal poisoning” case suspects have been interviewed by RT – the reader More...

The Big W stands for Wiltshire windfall – and police guards for Charlie Rowley

Charlie Rowley lives! – and his recovery might yet be more miraculous than that of the Skripals, who themselves achieved Lazarus-style..

The “Tommy Robinson” arrest psyop: the appeal, the con – and Leveson II?

[Please find a follow-up article here: Outcome of “Tommy Robinson” appeal: phony anti-establishment martyr, phony “far right” threat agitation] Just in..

Old lessons found in surprising places: Sitcom, Aristotelian liberalism, and social engineering

When one refuses to consume the programming that constitutes television broadcasting, it is impossible to contrast More...

So, the British Government is entirely corrupt. What happens next?

Last week, the Russian envoy to the Organisation for the Prohibition  of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) brought Syrian witnesses to Brussels. They..

BBC “silent weapon” damaged and vulnerable to increasing refusal to pay licence fee

The people at the BBC are worried; it said so in a National Audit Office document entitled TV Licence Fee Collection;..

Be not surprised: Trump pledges continuation of “war-system alternative” space scam

Donald “Hong Kong Phooey” Trump did it again. Boasting about bigger nuclear buttons is all too easy for an indecorous buffoon:..

30 years for Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman: the disadvantages of being initiated into ISIS by the FBI and MI5

Once again a judge has upheld the “dangerous rubber duck” principle in a terror case. If the reader is not aware,..

Social media purges & the operation to place controlled sides for and against the undermining of the Establishment

“Had a great meeting today” tweeted the UKIP leader, Gerard Batten, Friday just gone, “with UKIP’s leadership team, Paul J Watson..

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