Sunday, 20 November 2011

Well worth an indepth look


Dedroidify? What the hell is that? A bloody good informative blog about things that are actually happening, not what most people think is going on.


It seems to spring to mind that whenever I read blogs, listen to music, or watch videos related to what you might generally call 'esoteric', 'conspiracy theories' and such, I can't help but think that its all well and good having these to watch and listen to, but just knowing about it isn't enough. There surely needs to be a way of gathering all likeminded people. Perhaps not physically but on the internet, something such as the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, only more accessible. I would love to hear suggestions or anything regarding this topic...

You know there's something up with the world when...

It must be time for, to use the Occupy Wall Street term, the 99% to start doing something when the members who represent a country laugh and jeer when they are informed of innocent people being murdered.

Vice Amazon Report

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Very very interesting stuff

Never heard of this guy before until a friend recommended a video of an interview he did.

Definately worth a look, this was a guy deep in know.

Monday, 7 November 2011

Pre-Interrail Amsterdam

Despite the red light district and all that it entails, Amsterdam, from what I have seen, can only be described in a similar way to the rest of the Netherlands I have seen; nice. Everything seems to work just a little bit too well, even wierd things that you would expect lure in otherwise. Oh, and clean.

Blurry, hazy contemplations about temptations, whilst dumbing down nicely. There are some snoring French bastards just below my dangerous top bunk bannister clothesline set-up. Looking down onto the indiscernable streets, flanked by fietsen, dappled with trams. Locals, as ever, passionate and (loudly) involved with the football on t.v.

Waiting to get on and underway with the rail adventure, to places with less familiar accents, less talk of skateboarding, more wilderness, debates on trains, sparkling stranger conversations, moments of unseen kindness and hospitality, and plenty of trains.

Travelogues from Interrailing.

If anybody's interested in doing an Interrail trip or has done one, I'll write up my journal I kept while travelling through Europe, starting in Amsterdam and working our way back there, via, Germany, Czech Republic, Serbia and Croatia.

Hope its of some interest.