Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/07/14
R.F.Wilson reports from London About the plain packaging proposals for all tobacco’s around the world by people like Diane Abbott.
There seems to be a fear going around that one day the world might lose tobacco. Some cigars around the world are already banned and now the branding is being challenged by blanking out the packaging.
Behind the curtain there is another agenda going on which you can read about over on Stirring Trouble Internationally, it is about the secret. The truth about cigarettes and booze in society and how these places of entertainment are being infiltrated by dope dealers and left-wing naive people from middle class backgrounds being led down a garden party path. In these environments they are made to feel stupidly happy and get involved in games which Labour ministers during there prime did a similar thing.
The young people are looking up to mentors Danny Boyle and Quentin Tarantino who are spearheading chaos by the films they provide for these middle classes who buy into the dream, make a decision and let these sort of things like is happening with cigarette packets happen. Simply because they do not care and do not have any real worries in the world other than the fear of losing what they already have. The secret is as the powers that be know is when these thoughts happen they become a reality. Your thoughts become realities and the thoughts are often led by leaders who should never be given power and amplification of these proportions.
The alcohol consumption and smoking is the cure for the negative thinking, which leaves people open to other transactions and substances which is a new profit margin in society. For example dope is now legal in the United States capital Washington and other states. People with stress and depression are confused and vulnerable by these transitions and the companies that seem to be taking the flack are the legitimate companies that produce and package cigarettes and alcohol. The whole universe seems to be conspiring against these types of experiences. The gratitude everyday that people experience for the things they have outside of the unreality of the effects of these things to control these thoughts and events are neither good nor bad they are simply a vibration of yourself and the discontent society wants you to feel.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/06/09
R.F.Wilson is in Hyde Park London again this time he is at the Against Hunger the Nutrition Summit with Bill Gates and David Cameron took the stage and got up on the podium speaking at the Nutrition Summit. The protests are a common part of these types of events and this year was know different other than the Support of Danny Boyle, the additional voices from Northern Ireland and the recent local Watford Bilderberg group meeting. In todays article Mr Wilson plays homage to the Trainspotting film again in his own joking way. G8 summit is approaching with ten days left till the big occasion and with it come all sorts of fringe gatherings and events that make the whole worthless exercise look even more pathetic. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/03/14
Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh, Danny Boyle, James Bond like em or loath them they all have their place in history some people will end up as little stars somewhere twinkling down on the world admiring the legacy that they leave. This is great but the one thing they will never be able to take away is the Knighthood. In today’s entry Rick Dixon goes out of his comfort zone to explain why educated people from Cambridge and the rest of the UK rushed out to read and watch. Even the Queen and council could see the value and acknowledged these things. Rick picks up on the things they forget to tell you about. He puts the film under the microscope another time. He focuses on the unusual style of the author Irvine Welsh and reflects on the book’s success twenty years later. The author at the time was read by most people, his style was very gritty and unusual as well as engaging. During these times a lot of people were to busy earning money to even care about what was going on behind the scenes. Like them or loathe them they have all done well for the UK and Sir Danny Boyle has since gone on to do some pretty amazing things. He has managed to make a pagan ritual out of an Olympic brewery and took the TV Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, sold and packaged the whole program to India then sold it back to the UK and has gone from strength to strength which inevitably like Jimmy Saukville won him a knighthood. Irvine Welsh like James Bond sold lots of copies and resonated with the fans of Sean Connery who are suckers for a Scottish accent.
The role models twenty years ago were Liam Gallagher of Oasis who sang lads songs and celebrated the drink culture, but behind the scenes other things were going on. As the cone of power progressed it turned into a time when as Noel said in one of his songs ‘Don’t look back on the past with anger’ and the other punk style surprise the guy from the butter advert said in his reinvented pop band ‘anger is an energy’. I guess people agreed with these things and all good directors see these things, get in front of what already works and take things that are more or less unconventional and add that into the mix to confuse the viewer or in Irvine’s case the reader. Trainspotting was the tipping point of this and I am sure you agree is a great topic for airing rants about the realities we live in today. Sir Danny Boyle was destined for success and was given more than one chance and of course he has received his praise from the top down, can you see the links?
The smooth Sean Connery as James Bond is by far the best James Bond film, he proved himself in Doctor No in his approach to Ursula on the beach and the way he came back in the eighties with a really good James Bond film. Could we say the same thing about Danny Boyle, not sure really either way they both earned Knighthoods, they give them out quite flippantly to celebrities of the movie industry. Most of them masters of their craft all knighted under the same roof Jimmy Saukville sneaked in. There has to be some reason why this is, perhaps someone at the top has some connections, that would tie in with what happened in the theory behind the Omen III film, I know part II is the best one but did you see or hear about David Alkaselzer going under the sword? Perhaps his pulling out of the first book had something to do with this or perhaps the genre of horror films was never really that popular. Or maybe the character assassination embedded within the storylines never actually gave kudos to any of the characters because they all at some point disappear, who knows…
And as if butter would not melt in her mouth, Mother Superior of the movie industry outside the range of a masculine Knighthood, why do we not hear more about the women whom have achieved far greater things and stories like Jane Austen and nice stuff like this deceiving recognition. My guess is that the world is still dominated by male acquisitions that strategically map from one extreme to the other, each complimenting and justifying, each one yet another example of how things get brushed under the carpet so knowbody notices a thing. I am confident one day someone will spot the weeping women and my hope is these stories will open up a much more simple way of interpreting the world. Until then you can go over and read Rick’s rendition of Choose Life by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Recently they have announced a remake of the Train spotters film where they will look at issues of AIDS, since the news this week from Red Nose Day about the young boy with Aids who sadly passed away from Meningitis not long after an interview with Russell Brand I am sure everyone at the BBC again and beyond will be in tears and motivated to raise awareness about this horrific disease, not sure how any of that ties in with a knighthood but I am sure something will come of it for years to come, my question is about knights as role models, Sean Connery yes maybe a good role model for men, who want to be actors, but the real knights are simply the Shakespeare’s of today who have learned the stage and mastered the art of articulating what is actually happening as the madness unfolds. My hope is they start giving Knighthoods to better role models and women. Were already seeing a lot of princesses taking centre stage so why not women, in fact why not revoke Knighthoods in Jimmy case I am sure you agree it’s all completely bizarre to say the least, and why was that Olympic ritual any different to a day out at Glastonbury in June of July.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/01/10
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Last seen somewhere near to Mars circa 2003, David Bowie has landed back on earth and with a mighty media explosion. London the news in about David Bowie released single. The last song released by David was about 10 years ago.
Expect to read comparisons with artist Jeff WayneWar Of The World’s New album. You can also expect to read all about his long-term producer Tony Visconti who helped with the albums over the years production, albums as far back as in 1969 the Space Oddity album.
Bowie was invited to the London Olympic Opening Ceremony recently by Danny Boyle for his rituals but due to ill health David gave it a miss. They played his ‘Heroes’ song which went down really well.
If you like a good old Olympic anthem and want to know more about heroic songs that people can aspire to and generally get you motivated then go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.
British rock royalty has returned and we should all bow to respect that by going over to iTunes and having a listen.
Jim Bob‘s insight:
David Bowie is back from space after ten years his new album projected to release around March. You can hope to read about Berlin, Bowie, Danny Boyle, David Bowie, iTunes, London, space, Space Oddity and Tony Visconti in today’s post.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/12/31
Adam Writes about the Olympic Games, the mascots, the cost of such an event, the terrible mascots and emblems and other criticisms of Olympics 2012. In this humorous satirical rant you will find out constructive points about the aftermath of having an Olympics, find out more about Greece and the Olympics in Germany around the time of World War II. Adam Lovejoy writes from London specifically as a build up to the Queens New Year’s Honours List at takes an overt look at sports celebrities receiving knighthoods, such as he takes a good look at Bradley Wiggins a cyclist who got a knighthood for his gold victories.
If you remember Adam Lovejoy is the one who covered the London Olympics ceremony a few months ago. Again here he looks at Your Majesty the Queens part in the ceremony and find out more about James Bond, Daniel Craig, parachuting and Polish plumbers.
You may remember the Adam Lovejoy review of Danny Boyle ritual and in today’s post he takes it another stage further as we come to the closing of 2012. If you watched the Olympics and found things you did not like about it then I am sure you will really love this humorous rant.
The Hype Around The London Olympics Continues. To Sooth The Shock When Their Cost Is Revealed Soon Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/12/14
A London Underground train decorated to promote London’s Olympic bid. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
R.F.Wilson writes from London: Looking back on the London 2012 Summer Olympics I now realise that it was the one-eyed mascot.
Word of caution this is a satirical rant about the Olympic legacy there is always an element of truth about what R.F Wilson says but on the subject of the Olympics he is very sceptical.
The Olympic Stadium (Photo credit: MichaelWu)
In this article Wilson outlines and rips apart what all David Cameron, Lord Seb Coe and London Mayor Boris Johnson have said about the financial rewards of having an Olympics we are starting to see the effects now. Happiness for supporters in made short lived in R.F. Wilson’s article, he seems a bit upset about the whole thing. Find out why, leave your comments below to challenge him on these beliefs. Be warned though he does go a little bit over the top, but with the news we are seeing recently here in the UK about money and finance who can blame him.
He goes on to challenge the amount of tourists who turned up to the city. For example major adjustments were made for the amount of people London predicted the Olympics would bring, the fact is the profits made from the changes are now being paid by the rising prices in travel and the lowering of wages of staff all thanks to British capital.
English: Olympic medals revealed in Trafalgar Square, London (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Were seeing more strikes, private sector workers protesting outside their workplace and the fact of the matter is during the Olympics the transport system at times was like a ghost town. Because of this we are in a heap of debt, but all is not lost because we still hold a triple x credit rating.
I mean despite what you think of R.F WIlson in what he is saying in the main article the fact is its not all doom and gloom. Lets face it the Olympics was great fun and travelling around during rush hour without having to cram in on a train like a sardine is awesome and definitely gets my approval and thanks.
And it looked great on telly but that is beside the point. So I want you to go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally, have a read and see what you think. You might want to comment this subject needs some comments so go over and share your thoughts please.
If you are a bit upset about the cutbacks with children’s libraries then have a read of this it will fire you up. If you are a single mother on benefits and feeling the pinch and think the cutback in your benefits might have something to do with then International Olympic Committee then again go over and take a look.
Here are some teasers: “Danny Boyle, should have been banned from directing anything bigger than a play in a prison theatre after his disgusting film Trainspotting.”
Cover of Trainspotting (Ws)
Incase you do not know Danny Boyle is the director of the Olympic opening ceremony which without ruining it T.F. Wilson says it was definitely a Pagan ceremony.
If you want to re experience the euthoria that the Olympics ceremony created in Politicians from popular bands like the Spice Girls then again go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and have a read. Click Here!
A humorous take on news and current affairs “Looking Back At The London Olympics. What A Waste Of Money It All Turned Out To Be” 14/12/12.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/11/18
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The Minister of Culture is willing to let theatre die in the regions. Shame on her.
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Opening Ceremony (Photo credit: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport)
Maria Miller addressing the World Travel Market 2012 (Photo credit: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport)
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