Rat's Nest

Snopes caught Lying about Spirit Cooking.
2016-12-04, 12:00
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Art is what people do.

Thought Uncommon


Not only am I somewhat of an expert on Ritual Magic and Altered States of Consciousness, I was personal friends with Lon Milo Duquette who holds high rank in the Ordo Templi Orientis (or the religion of Thelema).  Marina Abramovic is a Thelemite. Jay-Z who is campaigning for Hillary Clinton is a Thelemite. Thelema is the Religion started by Aleister Crowley who referred to himself as “the Beast” a reference to Satan.  Lon Milo Duquette once told me that Thelema is, in a way, a Religion for Artists.  Many Actors & Musicians are Secret Society members.  This is the reason so many of them have a Liberal Progressive bias and shun the Republican Party.  Snopes opens their entry by saying that reports are “Grossly Exaggerated” it continues to say that the report is false.  Not only are they NOT experts on the Occult or Ritual Magic we will see that many…

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I’ve reached the point that I need help from the #foodbank. Something inside me has died
2016-11-21, 23:36
Filed under: Feel, Identity

I'm a JSA Claimant

Food bank use is at record high says the headlines. Trussell Trust released figures recently that show that 1,109,309 three day parcels were handed out. The primary reasons are shown below.


For nearly 3 years now I’ve been tweeting about food banks and the efforts made by local communities to support them. For almost 3 years I have shown examples of families who have needed them, some with dramatic stories that normally involve the DWP or another Government department not doing their job or being overly officious. For all that time I have tried not to become one of their statistics but now it has reached a point where I feel I have no choice.

Mine is not a headline grabbing story. Rather it is one of slowly getting into more debt, by a few pounds here and there each week. Since I went off JSA I have struggled to…

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Looking for a job writing about rights?
2016-11-18, 10:01
Filed under: Uncategorized

UK Human Rights Blog


RightsInfo, the UKHRB’s sister site, is recruiting two Digital Content Creators. 

In our ‘post-truth’ society, it is more important than ever to communicate human rights principles in a clear, engaging and accurate way. We are looking for two talented individuals with skills in one or more of journalism, digital media or marketing, video creation, and graphic design to join our growing content creation team.

If you are a talented writer and/or designer with a passion for human rights, this could be the job for you!

Key details:

  • Salary: Dependent on experience and skills (approx £26k per annum pro rata)
  • Hours: Up to full-time, depending on availability.
  • Location: Central London
  • Closing Date: Sunday 4 December, 10am

Full details and how to apply here

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Brexit was always about accepting TTIP and privatisation of the NHS
2016-07-26, 13:42
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One of the main aims of TTIP is to open up Europe’s public health, education and water services to US companies.

Uprootedpalestinians's Blog

A number of innocuous headlines when read separately, but when considered all together points to one thing. The EU from a position of strength rejects TTIP, the UK post Brexit, from a position of weakness, accepts it. The consequences of that are serious, most of all it will spell the end of the NHS, Britain’s finest achievement. I suspect those people behind Brexit, including Cameron, who allowed the Referendum in the first place, will hope to personally profit from it.

Politicians across the EU back away from TTIP after leak—but Cameron ploughs on 

As expected, in the wake of this week’s important leak of the US negotiating position for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks, many European politicians are starting to distance themselves from the deal.

The UK prime minister, David Cameron, however, told the House of Commons that TTIP was not dead, but admitted it…

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2015-11-13, 11:56
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Overall, it’s a good job millions are leaving Syria, because without that there’d have been no room for all the foreigners now variously fighting, garroting and shooting the crap out of each other
«Yes, I think I can safely say that there’s only been one thing worse than Camerlot and the Ed Miller Band over the last five years, and that’s the electorate which sat back and watched them screw up everything they were given to do.»

The Slog.

Them and Us

The only thing to be said in favour of the British Establishment is that, whether we like it or not, they have the electoral mandate to be doing it.

As three million Europeans signed a petition to stop TTIP, nobody in the bubble noticed. They do, after all, have a lot to think about in there, so a few scribbled autographs from NVE troublemakers come way down the list of priorities.

Portugal is in just about the most predictable constitutional crisis since Edward VIII decided to marry an American cross-dresser called Wally. The majority of legislators there want defiance, but the collaborators don’t. In Poland, the Party of Tusk has been put out to grass, with the new leader treading the same path as Hungary’s Viktor Orban – defiance. Catalonia has been told to stop being silly, and offered junk credit status by Fitch; its response has…

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Matron Dugdale’s Bide-a-Wee Mitigation Care Home
2015-11-12, 10:18
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Scotland may come under a barrage of criticism for our supposed love of deep fried food, but at least we don’t vote Tory

«Being force fed red pills and blue pills means that periodically Scotland comes down with a bout of the Tories. We live in a country whose body politic is sick and ill, infected by the disease of Toriness giein us the gyp and the humph. Symptoms include weakness, depression, raging anger, and projectile vomiting whenever Fluffymundell comes on the telly and does his colonial governor act. It’s a raging epidemic, when we’ve got one of our regular attack of the Tories thousands of people aren’t able to go into work, because they discover that they’ve been made redundant.»

[Matron Dugdale’s Bide-a-Wee Mitigation Care Home]


Money For Old Rope … How The Work Programme Poverty Profiteers Are Fleecing The Tax Payer
2015-02-17, 19:38
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«Appallingly a claimant on Employment Support Allowance can expect to wait eight weeks before Maximus will be bothered to help them produce a CV. Those placed with the notorious A4e will only have contact with a named advisor once a month, whilst the most other providers are offering is just fortnightly meetings. At these meetings participants are likely to be given a string of conditions they must meet, which might include workfare, or they will have their benefits stopped. Then they’ll be politely asked to fuck off for another fortnight. And that’s the Work Programme. That’s the wonderful, flexible, intensive, tailored to the individual, innovative, half-arsed piece of shit that bungling Iain Duncan Smith has so far wasted close to a billion pounds of our money on. And that’s why the performance of the scheme has been so dire and you are more likely to have your benefit sanctioned than find a job on the Work Programme.»

the void

Former A4e boss Emma Harrison made millions out of the welfare-to-work scam before retiring just as the company became mired in fraud allegations. Former A4e boss Emma Harrison made millions out of the welfare-to-work scam before retiring just as the company became mired in fraud allegations.

If there is one place that a culture of worklessness really does exist it’s in the offices of the companies running Iain Duncan Smith’s Work Programme.  Some welfare-to-work advisors have been languishing on tax-payer funded salaries for years whilst barely lifting a finger.

Last week the DWP published an update of the Minimum Service Delivery standards for all of the main Work Programme providers.  These are the very basic levels of service that everybody referred to these companies can expect to receive as promised in their contracts with the DWP.  As the document reveals, you shouldn’t expect too much.

Appallingly a claimant on Employment Support Allowance can expect to wait eight weeks before Maximus will be bothered to help them produce a CV.  Those placed with the…

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