Not me, that's for sure however Millie was and has a very good understanding of events just past (well three years or so ago). I'm glad that Millie Weaver has moved on from Infowars and the performance actor that is Alex Jones, although in fairness that gave her a bigger audience both sides of the Atlantic. So let me give you some background, and I quote (from at least four websites who have clearly copied and pasted some poor individuals original material) the following.
"Millie Weaver born Millie Faith Weaver is an American model, journalist, political activist and social commentator. She is rose to fame by working as a reporter for a controversial right-wing website InfoWars.com. She is known as Millenial Millie with over 100,000 subscribers on her YouTube Channel and over 35,000 followers on Twitter. She was born on 6th February 1991, San Bernardino, California.
As a teenager she was a freelance model who appeared alongside celebrities on the red carpet. Millie soon understood that showbiz didn’t actually have any promises. She started to express her convictions towards her social and political values.
She later relocated to Colorado where she was in search for other interests. It was in Colorado that she had the most traumatic experience of her life. 2012 her agricultural dreams were shattered when her home and organic farm were invaded by local wind farm turbines which were induced by corrupt county officials. Her family then moved to Ohio from that occurence she vowed to fight of tyranny, authoritarianism and global corruption".
The following video released that Millie shared earlier this week is one of the best accounts of the 2016 USA Presidential election and the goings on behind the scene.
This is part of a Shaun Attwood interview with Jon Wedger. It covers a number of bases in just eleven minutes, however really does provide further insight into how the 'elites' of this world can still pull strings and protect their disgusting ways. The part about Belgian royalty was of particular interest to me, as it links into the wider European 'Royal' network, for that is what they are. Yes they might be the showbiz end of the deep state, however they make for a useful and very secure communications network that are protected by intelligence and associated police agencies.
I know this has been around for a month or so, but because Prince Andrew had such a super sixtieth party, party, party! - lets just pause and reflect.
Ninety five years ago the Union Internationale de Radiophonie (UIR) held their first meeting in Geneva. The newly constituted British Broadcasting Corporation answerable only to the British Parliament were sat at the table, all present and correct and ready for International cooperation. Making sacrifices with 16 other European nations also involved, the BBC accepted just ten medium wave frequencies for exclusive use, along with five to be shared with other countries and one exclusive long wave frequency. Despite radio still being in it's infancy, the BBC needed all of those frequencies for supposedly only domestic broadcasting.
But not all countries were treated equally at these international conferences in particular Luxembourg. The BBC who had built station 5XX in Daventry a station that put out 30KW on 1500 metres and covered much of Europe with great clarity (operating with dominance for seven or eight years until closing in 1935) clearly did not want any other broadcasts interrupting their monopoly. The BBC may have been considered as a fledgling at that time however it's ambition to be the only radio service for Britain (and of course by accident also to Europe). Luxembourg had always been up front regarding their international broadcasting intentions and unlike the BBC they were quite open about it. The BBC spent at least three years lobbying against allowing Luxembourg the transmitter power they had requested. Much of Radio Luxembourg's initial investment came from France the majority share holder being Banque de Paris et Pays-Bas. The BBC therefore regarded the French as part of the problem and as the adventurer Captain Plugge had set up in Fecamp, Normandy with the intention to beam English programmes into Southern England, they were hardly going to be concerned over Luxembourg.
Captain Plugge's IBC radio stations grew at a pace beaming popular dance music into England late night on Radio Normandy along with Lyons, Tolouse, and Paris. The BBC's worst fears happened when IBC became involved with Radio Luxembourg to sell advertising for them in the UK. The BBC, Post Office and even diplomats were used to campaign against Radio Luxembourg starting.
Luxembourg were allocated 223 MW at the UIR conference in Prague in 1932, however the country was not in attendance and ignored the allocation. Radio Luxembourg chose to use 1200 metres long wave causing the BBC to describe them as pirates however the Luxembourg government when challenged stated that the Compagnie Luxembourgeoise de Radiodiffusion (Radio Luxembourg) was a private concern entirely beyond their control. In 1934 the station moved to 1304 metres Long Wave a frequency just vacated by Radio Poland.
If any of this reminds us of events in the 1960's with offshore radio then that's hardly surprising, the parallels are there to be noted. Captain Plugge and his IBC broadcasts, were quite legal in France at that time, however the BBC considered anything outside of their own remit to be an attack on them and their monopoly. Radio Luxembourg had upped the game and although initially only broadcasting in English on Sunday's, were both a pirate and worthy of jamming according to the BBC (see the image below). The fact that the Grand Duchy refused to be bound by what they viewed as arbitrary decisions by the UIR and their various conferences, was the right of any nation state. If cooperation was to be only one way (do as the BBC tells you) then the result is hardly surprising. That Radio Luxembourg had reached out to the BBC and Post Office before coming on air offering cooperation is conveniently discarded on the basis that they were foreign pirates, yet attempts to talk were made by Luxembourg.
So the real free radio pioneers were in action and continued until the advent of the second world war. After the war Radio Luxembourg returned, however the French Government took control of all radio in France akin to the BBC in Britain. However the BBC's position remained hostile to Radio Luxembourg and it and much of the press ignored them. However the public did not and for a good few years in the late forties into the fifties the station of the stars built up an audience of nine million daily listeners.
Douglas Murray is an interesting chap. His take on cultural marxism and it's current effect in the West's educational system and society in general is well thought out and logical when the evidence is considered. I have included the video short on cultural marxism, along with the full interview that happened last month down under.
I have also decided to introduce comment moderation. This will be in place for the remainder of February and I will then review the situation. On topic observations are welcome. Good humour is welcome. Off topic but laterally linked thoughts are fine. Test the boundaries if you wish, I do not want to censor anyone, but the last few weeks have been ruined by stupidity. PLEASE NOTE: MODERATION WILL BE DAILY AS AND WHEN I CAN.
Meanwhile back to cultural marxism and it's modern home sourced and well financed operation (China). Do some research on China's investment in US Universities over the last ten years. Finally on a non cultural marxism note, old habits die hard....
Harvard University Professor and Two Chinese Nationals Charged in Three Separate China Related Cases
The Department of Justice announced today that the Chair of Harvard University’s Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department and two Chinese nationals have been charged in connection with aiding the People’s Republic of China.
Dr. Charles Lieber, 60, Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University, was arrested this morning and charged by criminal complaint with one count of making a materially false, fictitious and fraudulent statement. Lieber will appear this afternoon before Magistrate Judge Marianne B. Bowler in federal court in Boston, Massachusetts.
Yanqing Ye, 29, a Chinese national, was charged in an indictment today with one count each of visa fraud, making false statements, acting as an agent of a foreign government and conspiracy. Ye is currently in China.
Zaosong Zheng, 30, a Chinese national, was arrested on Dec. 10, 2019, at Boston’s Logan International Airport and charged by criminal complaint with attempting to smuggle 21 vials of biological research to China. On Jan. 21, 2020, Zheng was indicted on one count of smuggling goods from the United States and one count of making false, fictitious or fraudulent statements. He has been detained since Dec. 30, 2019.
Source - US Dept of Justice - 28th January 2020.
Ronan O'Rahilly declared that the UK major record labels had Radio Luxembourg to themselves back in 1960-64. It was as simple as that, there was no room at the Inn for independent music promoters. In fact it is the single reason that Radio Caroline was planned and delivered, just check your Caroline Bible, it's all there!
We have already blown some of this apart by a simple case study on Joe Meek and his independent record label that had a regular show on Radio Luxembourg, not bad considering the monopoly exploitation described by Mr O'Rahilly as the cause to set up Radio Caroline.
In a new series we plan to examine older and original evidence that has recently come our way. Documented and time-lined, our focus is on Radio Luxembourg from 1956 through to 1963. You can decide for yourself, just consider the details and form your own conclusion. Foundations are vital and however old the building is, when they start to crumble, the whole house might just come tumbling down.
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