Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Book Record 2010

Peter James- The Perfect Murder (Quick Read)
PB, 10/10, 127 pgs
23 February 2010
The best way to start the year with a great quick read from a master story teller.

Robert Harris- The Ghost
HB, 9/10, 310 pgs
28 March 2010
It was the wife! Based on Tony Blair; very enjoyable.

Alvin Schwartz- An Unlikely Prophet
A metaphysical memoir by the leg
endary writer of Superman and Batman
PB, 8/10, 218 pgs
28 March 2010
The premise of the book is that Superman is a Tulpa...
Tulpa: a being or object that is created in the imagination by visualization techniques such as in Tibetan mysticism

Carmilla Lackberg- The Ice Princess
PB, 7/10, 406 pgs
10 June 2010
(A Swedish Crime Writer) In the same mould as Peter James, a really good crime novel.

Peter James- Dead Like You
HB, 7/10, 554 pgs
18 July 2010
The 6th book in the Roy Grace series. Rape in Brighton and the one who got away. 7/10 because I don't like criminals getting away with it.

Dan Brown- The Last Symbol
PB, 10/10, 670 pgs
16 August 2010
A bloody brilliant read. Loved it. Right up my street. The words will inspire me for years to come.

Ben Elton- Past Mortem
PB, 7/10, 460 pgs
2 October 2010
I enjoyed it. It wasn't his best, but it was good enough.

Tom Arnet- Somnium
PB, 8/10, 418 pgs
18 November 2010
The first book of the Extraneum Trine.
I ordered this book after watching an interview of him on TV.
The first book of my new AWAKENING!

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Ofcom v's Press TV

Its a sad day for freedom of speech, that today (20 January 2012), Ofcom revoked Press TV's licence and kicked them off British television.

What is even more sad is the amount of people who welcomed it…

Don't they reaiise that Press TV isn't about Iranian government propaganda, George Galloway and homosexual rights.

In my humble opinion it's about the Censorship of Britain's information.

I like to think of myself as a Free Thinking individual who tries his best to develop a rounded view of the world we live in. I do this by watching a variety of news outlets and making a considered opinion based on them all.

I watch Channel Four News, BBC2 Newsnight, Sky, RT, Al Jazeera, France 24 and CNC World. Up until a few days ago I watched Press TV too.

Whatever the reason Ofcom acted on, it amounts to nothing more than State Censorship and that's never a good thing.

Ofcom contends Press TV breached the Broadcasting code by airing an interview of a man under duress. Though there is evidence to suggest that Press TV's criticism of the British Royal family may be the real reason.

Regardless, this action will only inflame the conspiracy theories that say a new world order of unelected, satanists are taking control of our bodies, minds and souls.

It will open the eyes of law abiding Free Thinking individuals who cannot dismiss the authoritarian fascism which is creeping into our daily lives.

It's certainly opened my eyes and has convinced me to do more than blogging and pressing the 'like' button.

I'll be telling people who don't know this has happened and I'll be writing to the Prime Minister and my local MP to make my objections clear.

Ironically the fact Ofcom deemed Press TV to be a 'nasty news channel', will convince millions of people who never watched Press TV in the first instance, to log on and watch it now.

It illustrates the stupidity of our ruling elite classes to think they can stifle free speech, dictate what we must think and how to act.

This day will come them to haunt them, MARK MY WORDS…

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