Saturday, 21 November 2009


At thestaticvoid we read: Was Enid Blyton a Servant of Satan?

"In The Famous Five series one of the child characters is named ‘Dick’, and an adult character is called ‘Fanny’.

"Americans may associate ‘fanny’ with ‘buttocks’.

"In the rest of the English speaking world however ‘fanny’ refers to the female sex organ.

"‘Dick’, I assume is universally recognised by anglophones.

"So here we have two characters, in series of books for young primary school children, named after the female and male genitalia.

"Did Ms. BLYTon know of this at the time?

"According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, ‘fanny’ came to mean vulva in 1879.

"Likewise, ‘dick’ has had impure connotations since 1891.

"Ms Blyton, having been born in 1897 should have known, thus we can only assume that this was her intent all along – to have children uttering filthy words, all over the world in their bedrooms."

The BBC has recently produced Enid - BBC iPlayer - Enid

In The Mail (Enid Blyton as a barking-mad adulterous bully ...), we learn that Enid Blyton did not like her mother.

"The first husband didn't work out, so she scrubbed him out.

"Emotionally, Blyton remained a little girl, stuck in a world of picnics, secret-society codes and midnight feasts. It acted as a huge comfort blanket.

"Many of Blyton's obsessions can be traced to her father, who left her mother when Enid was 12. She then seized up emotionally and physically."

Blyton's daughter Imogen Smallwood says: 'My mother was arrogant, insecure and without a trace of maternal instinct. Her approach to life was childlike, and she could be spiteful, like a teenager.'

The BBC drama "shows Blyton's flirtatiousness - she entertained servicemen to dinner at the house while her husband was away at war and found them and their attention attractive - directors chose to omit some aspects of Blyton's apparently sensual side, such as visitors arriving to find her playing tennis naked and suggestions of a lesbian affair with her children's nanny, Dorothy Richards."

"Blyton embarked on a string of affairs..." (New TV drama reveals Enid Blyton as a barking-mad adulterous bully ...)

Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton is the UK's best-loved writer, according to a survey conducted for the Costa Book Awards. (Blyton voted 'most loved writer')

Blyton, who wrote the Famous Five series and the Noddy books, has sold more than 600 million books worldwide.

(Enid Blyton came top, followed by 2. Roald Dahl 3. JK Rowling 4. Jane Austen and 5. Shakespeare)

Enid Blyton's work is translated into 130 languages!

Why so successful?

She wrote like a ten year-old.

Ask an average ten year-old to write an adventure story and it might read something like this:

"Four children go to stay in an old house at the coast. They make tree houses. They ride bikes and have picnics and go swimming. They find some dark caves with secret passages.

"They take a boat out to a mysterious island. They are captured by smugglers. Without any help from adults, they escape from their incompetent and silly captors and tell their story to the grateful police."

The vocabulary is simple. The story is simple. The prose is child-like. There are no boring descriptions of people or scenery, but there are some details of things like tree houses and picnics and caves.

Blyton has been accused by the horrid PC world of being racist, sexist and snobbish.

But, note well that Blyton's books do not encourage kids to overdose on heroin or commit gang rape.

They encourage kids to enjoy being kids, and they encourage kids to read. Both adults and children can enjoy the books.

Let's take THE ISLAND OF ADVENTURE as an example.

Chapter 1 The Beginning of Things.

A young boy called Philip normally lives with his impatient Aunt, his non-child-loving Uncle, his sister Dinah, and a "stupid" black servant, at a house on the coast called Craggy Tops.

But during the summer holidays Philip, is getting extra tuition at the home of one of his teachers, a Mr Roy.

While staying with Mr Roy, Philip makes friends with a boy called Jack and his sister Lucy-Ann. Jack and Lucy-Ann are looked after by an uncle.

Note that the children do not have straighforward family backgrounds. Blyton's parents were divorced, and she herself got divorced.

Chapter 2. Making Friends.

As there were only four boys to coach, Mr Roy gives them each individual attention.

Philip tells Lucy-Anne that Craggy Tops is "wild" and "queer".

Philip takes a hedgehog out of his pocket. "It was a baby one, whose prickles were not yet hardened.

Observe that the Blyton world was a world free of child abusers and serial killers. Instead it was a world of harmless teachers and hedgehogs in pockets.

Did you know that hedgehogs are bisexual?

Chapter 3. Two Letters and a Plan.

"Uncle doesn't want us back," says Jack. Philip decides that Jack and Lucy-Ann should escape with them to Craggy Tops.

As you can see, the children do some pretty risky things, but nothing cruel and nasty.

Chapter 4. Craggy Tops.

The children arrive at Craggy Tops.

"It was a queer place."

There has still been no violence!

Chapter 5. Settling in at Craggy Tops.

"Lucy-Ann wished she was sleeping nearer to Jack."

Isn't she sweet and innocent.

Chapter 6. The Days Go By.

"It was a queer place to sleep for the first time at Craggy tops."

Jack shares a mattress with Philip.

"Jack soon got warm, cuddled up against Philip's back."

Blyton has suspected paedophile tendencies?

Chapter 7. A Queer Discovery.

The children explore the damp dark caves, some of which have "queer holes in their roofs."

Dinah pushed Philip.

"She had certainly meant to give philip a hard blow."

Philip falls into a hole.

What would Freud think?

Chapter 8 . In the Cellars.

A secret passage is discovered.

Nabokov and Pale Fire?

Chapter 9. A Strange Boat.

Philip - "Even when he was wearing bathing-drawers he seemed able to secrete some kind of creature about his body.

"Yesterday it had been a couple of friendly crabs. But when he had accidentally sat down on one, and it had nipped him....."

Is this why kids love Blyton?

Chapter 10. Night Adventure.

The black servant is involved in some dark doings.

Chapter 11. Bill Smuggs.

The four children visit a cove.

"The children slipped off their jerseys and shorts and went into the water to bathe."

They spy a boat.

"What a queer place to keep a boat, " says Philip.

Is the pace too fast? Are you embarrased by the strip-tease?

I won't describe all 29 chapters, as I'm sure you've got the idea.

Blyton is gentle innocent fun for both adults and children.

The Enid Blyton Story - Part 5

The Enid Blyton Story - Part 6

The Enid Blyton Story - Part 7

The Enid Blyton Story - Part 8


Tuesday, 17 November 2009

What questions should you ask of people wanting to become members of Congress or Parliament?

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What questions should you ask of people wanting to become members of Congress or Parliament?

The Financial Times has produced twenty questions for would-be Members of Parliaments

1. Sir Hilary Synnott, regional co-ordinator of the Coalition Provisional Authority, Southern Iraq, July 2003 to January 2004, asks:

"Which of these countries is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: India, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Israel?"

(Aangirfan added Israel to the question as Synnot mysteriously left Israel out)

2. Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder of the UK's Kids Company, wants candidates to know about the crisis of child violence.

"Every year in Britain some 550,000 children are referred to child protection services because of suspected abuse and neglect.

"On average, over the past five years, how many were placed on the child protection register each year and how many were taken off?" 32,000; 31,500 or 3,200; 1,500 or 320; 150

And here are our own questions:

3. What was the name of the 1960's Pentagon Plan whereby the Pentagon would carry out acts of terrorism on American soil?

4. What was the name of the CIA-NATO operation which involved acts of false flag terrorism in Italy?

5. What is the name of the CIA operation to control the media?

6. The following are IMF Estimates of GDP per Capita, at PPP (Purchasing Power Parity), for 2014.

Can you name the countries marked by blanks?

Luxembourg $88,778

N_______ $61,626

USA $53,961

Ir________ $44,246

United Kingdom $42,401

Russia $19,735

Ch_____ $10,989

7. What handshake is being used in this video? (There may be a clue in the title)


1. Iran

2. 32,000; 31,500

3. Operation Northwoods

4. Operation Gladio

5. Operation Mockingbird

6. Norway, Ireland, China.

7. Masonic

Sunday, 15 November 2009


Singapore is like Palermo or Chicago or Tel Aviv?

1. Italy's Calabrian Mafia, known as the ‘Ndrangheta, is a global organisation which reportedly earned $70 billion in 2007. (Mafia rushed through gap in Berlin Wall)

Francesco Fonti, an ex-boss, currently in jail in Italy, says:

Singapore was a favourite haunt – "all the trafficking in the world was there ... ships, missiles". (gap in Berlin Wall

2. Singapore has brothels.

Orchard Towers, for example, is "four floors of whores".

In Singapore, the travel writer Paul Theroux came across young girls for sale. ("Ghost Train to the Eastern Star" by Paul Theroux, 2008. Page 330)

3. In a book entitled "The Israeli Connection: Whom Israel arms and why", Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (1988, pg26) wrote, "According to the CIA (1979), Singapore is the location of the main Mossad station in Asia."

In his book, "From Third World to First: The Singapore Story 1965-2000," published in 2000, Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, disclosed the secret that: It was the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) that established the Singaporean army. (RAINBOW OF TRUTH: THE SINGAPORE ISRAEL LOVE AFFAIR)

Lee Kuan Yew, prime minister of Singapore from 1959 to 1990

4. In the New York Times, 16 June 1991, Eric Kocher wrote:

"In postindependence Singapore, the C.I.A. had a mission other than the collection of intelligence, namely, to unseat Lee Kuan Yew, the new Prime Minister.

"In his early years, Mr. Lee was leftist" ( Usually Unnecessary, Often Undesirable, That's the C.I.A. - New ...)

5. Tim Weiner, in his book 'Legacy Of Ashes: The History Of The CIA' (Allen Lane, 2007), tells how, in 1961, CIA agents tried to bribe an important Singapore official. (Free)

Former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew , in his book 'From Third World To First' (Times Editions, 2000), writes about the bribe attempt. ( Free)

Mr Lee ordered that a trap be laid.

As three CIA agents met their 'spy' in a flat in Orange Grove Road, the Singapore Special Branch arrived and arrested the Americans.

The CIA offered US $ 1 million to Lee's People's Action Party in the hope they would hush the matter up.

Singapore released one man, who had diplomatic immunity.

Two CIA officers were sent to jail but released after one month.


6. On 27 February 2008, alleged terrorist Mas Selamat Kastari escaped from the Whitley Road Detention Centre, in Singapore.

The detention centre has armed guards, high wire fences and CCTV cameras. Singapore is a country where "security breaches are virtually unheard of",[18][19]

Kastari is the suspected Singapore leader of the Southeast Asian 'terrorist network' Jemaah Islamiyah.

Jemaah Islamiyah has been blamed for bombings that killed 202 people, mostly foreign tourists, on Indonesia's Bali island in 2002. (Singapore detention center officials sacked over terror leader's ... / A PERFECT HIDING PLACE)

Singapore authorities have alleged that Kastari planned to crash seven bomb-filled trucks at various locations around Singapore.[2]

In January 2006, Kastari was arrested by Indonesian anti-terror squads in Java and deported to Singapore.

He was suspected of plotting to bomb Singapore Changi Airport in 2002,[3] and, according to the Singapore Police Force, he had initially planned to do so by crashing a plane into the airport.[2]

However, Kastari has never been formally charged with any terrorism-related offences;[4] instead, he was detained under the country's Internal Security Act, which allows indefinite detention without trial.[5]

Omar al Faruq

7. Time magazine reported in 2002:

"On Sept. 9, (2002 ) according to a secret CIA summary of the interview, al-Faruq confessed that he was, in fact, al-Qaeda's senior representative in Southeast Asia... Al-Faruq said two senior al-Qaeda officials... had ordered him to "plan large-scale attacks against U.S. interests in ... Singapore..." ( Confessions of an al-Qaeda Terrorist - TIME )

8. Omar Al-Faruq was described as being the mastermind of the Bali bomb plot.

Al-Faruq was arrested in Bogor on June 5, 2002 and handed over to the US authorities.

Former Indonesian State Intelligence Coordinating Board (BAKIN) chief A.C. Manulang was quoted by Tempo as saying that Al-Faruq was most likely a CIA-recruited agent. Omar Al-Faruq Recruited by The CIA

A Pentagon official in Washington has confirmed that al-Faruq escaped from a U.S. detention facility in Bagram, Afghanistan, on 10 July 2005. (Pakistan News Service - PakTribune)

Al-Qaeda man's easy jail escape - World -

9. "The (Asia Pacific Wealth Report 2007) ... estimated that in 2006 approximately 19,000 High Net Worth Individuals of Indonesian origin resided in Singapore and held approximately US$93 billion in financial wealth.'

"In other words, close to 30% of the high net worth wealth here belongs to Indonesians." - Typical Millionaire (in Singapore)


Thursday, 12 November 2009



Alex Jones is mad to associate himself with David Icke. (David Icke on Alex Jones )

David Icke has been a professional football player and BBC television sports presenter. (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

In 1990, Icke claims he received a message from the spirit world through a medium called Betty Shine [7]

"The brutal reality, according to some conflicting accounts however, is that Icke got a personal assistant pregnant whilst on holiday, and split with his family.

"The public outcry drove Icke into the very fringes of conspiriology subcultures." (disinformation david icke)

In 1991, in an interview on the BBC's Terry Wogan show, Icke announced that he was "the son of God." [14][7]

Icke believes that the world is ruled by a secret group of reptilian humanoids.

He believes that many top people are reptilians, including George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II, Kris Kristofferson, and Boxcar Willie.

(Ronson, Jon. Beset by lizards, The Guardian, March 17, 200O1)

Icke writes that: "A pyramidal structure of human beings has been created under the influence and design of the extraterrestrial Prison Warders and their overall master, the Luciferic Consciousness. They control the human clique at the top of the pyramid, which I have dubbed the Global Elite."[19]

In 1999, Icke identified the extraterrestrial prison warders as reptilians from the constellation Draco.[23]

They appear to be human, living not only on the planets they come from, but also in caverns and tunnels under the earth.

They have cross-bred with humans, which has created "hybrids" who are "possessed" by the full-blooded reptilians.[24] The reptiles' hybrid reptilian-human DNA allows them to change from reptilian to human form if they consume human blood.

Jim Keith, in a review of Icke's 'The Biggest Secret', argues that (david icke):

1. Icke lacks the skills required to discriminate between credible and delusional sources.

2. Icke copies various anecdotes, without providing sources and careful criticism.

Icke may be the victim of mental illness, or mind control?

Icke may be a disinformation agent?

How do disinformation agents work?

They try to:

1. become the main spokespersons for the 9 11 movement on TV and at public meetings

2. cause divisions within the 9 11 movement

3. create red-herrings

4. eventually reveal themselves as mad, over the top fantasists.


Wednesday, 11 November 2009


Deng Xiaoping and Jimmy Carter (former roommate of Jackson Stephens - aangirfan: 9 11)

1979 was an important year.

Osama bin Laden was in the USA in 1979. (Osama in America: The New Yorker)

1979 was the year that elements of the western elite organised some very undesirable events.

1. In 1979, the CIA and its friends were backing the Islamists in Afghanistan, in the hope of luring in the Russians.

In 1979, Soviet Russia, which was already corrupt and weak, decided to invade Afghanistan.

2. In 1979, the CIA and its friends reportedly put the anti-Soviet Ayatollahs into power.

Certain people hoped that there would be a clash of civilisations, which would benefit the Military Industrial Complex.

3. In 1979, the United States and China established full diplomatic relations, and lots of American jobs began to move to China.

China's cheap labour pleased certain big corporations.

4. In 1979, it looked as if the UK economy had been undermined by hidden forces.

In 1979 the British elected Margaret Thatcher, which meant unbridled capitalism, and a loss of manufacturing jobs.

ABC News 1979 - Mission Mind Control

According to Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson, at Newsweek 30 October 2009, 1979 was The Year the World Really Changed

The Berlin Wall fell in 1989, but it can be argued that the Soviet Empire was already in a state of near collapse decades earlier.

Princeton's Professor Stephen Kotkin believes that the fall of the Berlin Wall was not about 'People Power' but was a revolution organised by the leaders in the Kremlin.

Kotkin believes that high oil prices kept the bankrupt Soviet empire alive during the 1970s.

According to Kotkin, Mikhail Gorbachev and his friends could see the value of Russia's oil and gas.

The Russian government privatised the energy industry.

This meant that some of the Communist elite became very rich.

According to Germany's Helmut Schmidt, Russia was 'Nigeria with snow'.

Today, Russia's GDP is only 9 % of U.S. GDP.

(China's GDP is 23 % of US GDP).

The population of Egypt may overtake that of Russia by 2045.

The events of 1979 were meant to benefit the global elite, and not the ordinary citizens of Afghanistan, or Iran, or Russia, or the USA or UK.