TruNews at Davos 2018

Davos Day Two – The end of mankind!

This is only an intro to day two, there is not the time to cover it all. They are very restricted on studio time, but wow!

Day Two.

The most startling statement of the day was a speaker who claims we are on the edge of the end of humanity.

What does this mean? Fake News?

As many of you will know, I work a few nights a week at a hotel as a night porter. This morning I was putting out the newspapers in the guest lounge and noticed this headline, “Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.”

“Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.”

Now I have not really had time to look fully into this article, but as I understand this, this is a quote from Sir Nick Carter the Chief of the General Staff. But what I really wanted to ask was, “What does this mean?”

“Russia could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.” well, of course, they could… But when you put the word could in a newspaper headline or in an assessment of a military threat it immediately become a nonsense. Of course, they COULD,  initiate hostilities sooner than we expect. Well unless we expect them to initiate hostilities immediately. Vladimir Putin COULD appear on TV dressed in a pink leotard riding a hobbyhorse and singing I’m a little teapot short and stout… but it is rather unlikely.

“It will start with something we don’t expect”

“It will start with something we don’t expect.” The very fact that they have said that they… expect it to “start with something we don’t expect” has now become a self-cancelling prophecy, has not it? If you expect it to start with something you do not expect… you are now expecting it to start with that very thing!

One could go on, “we may not have a choice about a conflict with Russia.” We may not find a golden mushroom growing from the back of our heads in the morning either! We, of course, may not have a choice… but then again we could start to engage with Russia, a predominantly Christian country, after all, we have close ties with Saudi Arabia a country that morally and philosophically is very different to ourselves, (i.e. Sharia law). Saudi Arabia still stones people or hangs them from its lamp posts.

The West, at least a great deal of it has been sabre rattling at and about Russia for many years now. But step back and look at who involved in wars around the world at the moment. Who has been fermenting conflicts and supplying help and weapons to murderous, Christian massacring groups throughout the middle east for the last xxx years? America and the UK. Who is illegally in occupation of large parts of Syria? America.

Russia has not started a conflict in many years, America has not had a year without war for… I don’t know how long. And before you mention Crimea, you need to know about America’s involvement in the election of an anti-Russian government right on the Russian border. And as for the Russian involvement in the resent American elections… What actual evidence have you seen? From all that I hear, and I am trying to get a major interview about this for the Podcast… it is mostly or all fabrication from the CIA, FBI and Democratic party, through Fusion GPS, (the anti-conservative, opposition group) and Perkins Coie, (The law firm that was behind the fake birth certificate for Obama). But that is another story.

Not journalism, but jingoism!

To my mind, what the Daily Mail is doing here is not journalism, but jingoism!

Admittedly, I have not been able to read the article in depth yet, but nor will most people who see this paper. It is the headlines that will be read at the petrol station forecourt stand or at the newsagent. Leaving aside for now whether or not Sir Nick Carter should or should not have made these comments, newspaper editors have a responsibility, not to just regurgitate rhetoric, but to question and report. Even in their headlines, as that is often all that is read.

BBC News Website

Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK.

There seems to be a big surprise in the UK media that Donald Trump has decided not to make an official visit to us this February.

According to Trumps own Twitter account, the reason that he is not coming is that he is not very interested in cutting the ribbon on the new US embassy in London, and who can blame him. It does look like the news London embassy is just one more of the bad moves that Obama has made and Trump does not want to be associated with it.


But can the media really be surprised that President Trump does not want to come to a country where the media, particularly news and comedy have portrayed him as a… well just above an evil monster at best.

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the mainstream media have all played their part in whipping up anti-Trump hatred, and the members of the public who are suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, all need to face the fact that they are quite possibly a bigger threat to the UK’s economic future than Brexit or (or now), immigration etc.

There are plenty of countries including European countries where Trump has been accorded a bigger welcome and more official respect than he is likely to get in the UK, who can blame him for thinking, just maybe I will give visiting the UK a miss.

Stop stealing from poor counties!

In an article, (Europe’s migrants are here to stay), for Politico by Dimitris Avramopoulos, (a Greek politician of the conservative New Democracy party, and former career diplomat), he argues that there is nothing that we can do to stop immigration or migration and that the best we can do is to plan to manage it.

That subject I will address in other articles, but here I wanted to stand against the wrong sentiment that we should, in the words of Dimitris Avramopoulos,

“enhance legal channels for economic migration with a more ambitious Blue Card for highly skilled workers and kick-start targeted labour migration pilot projects in key third countries.”

I other words, we want to take SKILLED WORKERS, form poorer countries.

Can you imagine a government saying to the population in the UK’s poorer areas, people in Wales, in Scotland in inner-citie areas, “We want to move your skills and better-paid people out of your area in into a richer more prosperous areas?”

What would this do to these areas?

I am sure, to a little extent we already see a migration of skilled and entrepreneurial people from the poorer areas of the UK to more prosperous areas, without any intervention from a government.

The end result, must to a degree that these areas become more impoverished. We in the UK tend to try to work against this natural migration by investment and business development support areas like, ‘The Northern Powerhouse,’ a proposal to boost economic growth in the North of England by the 2010-15 coalition government and 2015-2017 Conservative government in the United Kingdom.

Should we impoverish already poor countries?

It seems that when it comes to skilled migration from poorer countries many, many politicians, (Even what I might want to call good or switched on politicians like Nigel Farage), want to encourage the migration, rather than encourage the development of the poorer cartridge. This further impoverishes the already poor countries and increases the wealth of the richer countries, (us).

What we end up with is a greater difference is the relative wealth of the richer and the poorer counties and increased motivation for economic migration and we find ourselves as manufacturing countries trying to sell to countries that we have impoverished and who we then have to lend money to so they can buy our goods and services and therefore we even further impoverished thiese countires.

What we need is a ‘Northern Powerhouse,’ for these poorer countries. Help, or at least encourage the poorer counties to develop their economies, reducing the motivation for economic migration and developing markets that we can trade wih.

[Yes, I know we should also stop starting wars in countries that encourage migration, but that is for another article.]

Nigel Farage calls for a 2nd EU referendum???

I think this is very interesting and brave if not… foolhardy.

I hope that Nigel is right in his confident belief that a very large majority would now vote for Brexit. If people are right-minded that would be the case… but anti-Brexit propaganda and lies would be very powerfully deployed.

Keep praying for a full Brexit.

Hagmann Report

Welcome Hagman Report listeners.

I don’t know about you… but I had a really fun time on the Hagmann Report on Thursday night/Friday morning. Doug and Joe are two great guys to hang out with and from what I saw of the chat room, the listeners and viewers are great too.

For those who following my Hagman appearance have signed up to receive The Red Pill Report Newsletter, it comes out either daily or weekly depending on what you signed up for.

I used to write quite a bit for the website, but internet access is somewhat harder at work now, so I am not able to research and post like I used to be able to in my free time. Given time, I do hope that I will be able to give more time to building The Red Pill Report. To be able to go half-time it would only take sponsorship of around £250/week.

For any that did not see the appearance on the Hagman Report here, it is from youtube.


London Terror Attack – June 2017

I feel I should say something… but what can we say at this moment?

Well, I guess first, how sorry we are for all those who are suffering loss or injuries following these attacks.

Having said that, there are people who are suffering loss or injuries all over Britain, and the globe, who are just as hurting and just as much in need of our sympathies as these people. The fact that this is in our capital and the way it unfolded live on TV and on the internet and the fact that there are so many fatalities and injuries all from one event magnifies the shock and pain we feel collectively. Do remember the others too.

We are in fact very fortunate that so far these Islamist killers, have been so poor at killing and injuring. Do not get me wrong… the numbers killed and injured are horrific. But had this happened where there were not armed police on hand, but numbers could have been much higher.

Islam, a problem.

It was encouraging to hear that people are now beginning to change the view that, “We can not say anything bad about Islam.” And we are now beginning to hear people saying that there is a problem that Islam has and that, that needs to be addressed.

Theresa MayTheresa May

Theresa May in her first speech about the London Bridge attacks said,

“to be frank – far too much tolerance of extremism in our country.”


“They are bound together by the single evil ideology of Islamist extremism that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism. It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights are incompatible with the religion of Islam. It is an ideology that is a perversion of Islam and a perversion of the truth.”

[It is through worrying that she seems to be turning to regulate the internet, and not the UK borders, immigration policy or the mosques that spread radical Islamic hate. But admitting the root of the problem is a start.]

[I am not calling for anyone to attack Muslims or to take any action personally against any individual.]

It is encouraging to hear that such thoughts are now being spoken. Until now, political correctness has made such sentiment almost impossible to talk about. But just a few days after Manchester and the sentiment that we must just ‘carry on as before’… we find that carrying on as before, just will not work.

The PC brigade

LBC, (UK Radio Station) has been daring to talk about Islam as a… I can not remember the exact word, but it meant something like a militant religion or a religion that advances by force.

I have no doubt, that a very great many Muslims are very nice people, but we can not pretend that there is not a VERY BIG problem within the teachings of the Koran and the teaching of the mosques, even in Britan.

Maybe now the PC brigade will let us talk honestly without being labelled HATE mongers, or purveyors of hate speech or the like.

We do not hate Muslims, but we do not like the teaching of Islam.

And it is not just a few odd radical Islamists. UK police are following something like 3,000-5,000 people they believe to be a risk and can identify over 23,000 radical Islamist in the UK, and some experts are suggesting the number should be much higher.

Whole Islamic countries have horrific, Islam inspired, treatment of women and people of other faiths.

Wake up Britain, (Europ and other countries that are allowing mass-Islamic immigration), there is a big problem within Islam. If you allow thousands or millions of Muslims into your country, you are very likely to end up with hundreds or thousands of radical Islamists.

[Some time we must talk about the fact that the so-called, “radical Islam, or Islamist, are actually more true to the teaching of the Koran than are the moderate or peaceful Muslims, and the fact that ‘Islam’ should be translated ‘submission’, not ‘peace’.]


The new center is left wing.

So the first round of the French Presidential elections has come and gone, and round 2 will be between Macron and Le Pen, on 7 May 2017.

One of the odd things that I noticed was that Marine Le Pen is described as the far right wing candidate, while Emmanuel Macron is the Centrist candidate.

However, Emmanuel Macron has certainly a background that is socialist, and socialism is not centrist at all. Well, it did not use to be until newspeak go involved and all the old nomenclature became changed and made new.

Yes, I can understand that you might call Marine Le Pen right wing, though she is far nearer the centre than say, her father would have been. They are probably really nearer centre left and centre right than far right and centre candidates.

Another way that they have been divided or classed is nationalist vs… well, internationalist or EU supporter, but Emmanuel Macron is much more a globalist or a one world candidate. In this regard, it is interesting to note his background in Banking. Marcron has worked as an investment banker for Rothschild & Cie Banque and as such in very likely to see things from the globalist banking world perspective of the New World Order.

So France is in a battle between a big banking, globalist leftwing pro-EU candidate and a nationalist, anti-globalism and antiEU candidate. We have an interesting few weeks ahead.