Le Monde Selon Monsanto (the World According to Monsanto) DVD:

So far, the most definitive documentary on the cancerous, democracy-raping agribusiness death-cult Monsanto, a company with a history of the most extraordinary miasma & wrong-doing. Where does one even start? So much ill, extreme back-door skulduggery, legislative stripping, purging & prosecution of scientists, suppression, falsification, pay-outs, hush-ups, gagging orders & non-disclosure agreements, mass poisonings, civil law suits, corporate capture & massively surreptitious, dirty & deleterious dealings of sprawling dimensions. Continue reading Le Monde Selon Monsanto (the World According to Monsanto) DVD:

Miracle Power Combination-the world’s a death match cassette:

A delicacy of dereliction. Multivalent dude n’ doll junk noise from Texas (nobody does it like Texas trick!). Bedraggled, garbage-strewn, rusted-out lo-fi harsh trash, power electronics prone, MPC and drum-machine riddled, roughed-up by distorted trap-kit noisecore and shitnoise blasts, dumpster feed-back, peaking female screams, random sampling, digital looping, and an eroded decline of tangential decomposition. Dumped and battered. Lots of real time physicality from ‘objects’ being bashed and scraped. Continue reading Miracle Power Combination-the world’s a death match cassette:

Entitled-a critical history of the British aristocracy (Chris Byrant):

“Show the people that our Nobility is not noble, that its lands are stolen lands – stolen either by force or fraud: show people that the title-deeds are rapine, murder, massacre, cheating, or court harlotry; dissolve the halo of divinity that surrounds the hereditary title; let the people clearly understand that our present House of Lords is composed largely of descendants of successful pirates and rougues; do these things and you successfully shatter the Romance that keeps the nation numb and spellbound while privilege picks its pocket.” – Tom Johnston, Our Scots Noble Families, 1909 Continue reading Entitled-a critical history of the British aristocracy (Chris Byrant):

Narco & Gangster States, Capitalism, and London & New York money laundering of criminal currency through the commercial banking sector (Cartel Land, Roadmap To Hell, Amexica, Gangster Warlords, More Terrible Than Death, HSBC: Les Gangsters de la Finance)

‘Rogue’, ‘Failed’, ‘Gangster’ & of course ‘Narco’. As so much of modern politics increasingly defines organized crime (arguably in it’s ultimate form), it’s perhaps best to donate some attention to regions that are afflicted by the ‘classic’ model, or at least the model with the most recognized distinction of this growing phenomenon. Filthy as fuck money, drenched in blood, massive narcotic dividends, major state thievery, larceny & kleptocratic hoardings, are washed through the City of London, New York or Switzerland & stashed off-shore beyond tax authorities & public knowledge (or hygienically converted by ‘investments’ or ‘assets’). Continue reading Narco & Gangster States, Capitalism, and London & New York money laundering of criminal currency through the commercial banking sector (Cartel Land, Roadmap To Hell, Amexica, Gangster Warlords, More Terrible Than Death, HSBC: Les Gangsters de la Finance)

They All Love Jack-busting the ripper (Bruce Robinson):

 

I was reluctant to read this book. Slogging through an 801-page tome on a Victorian serial killer is really something I could do without. The first thing that snagged my attention among impressively adulatory reviews was descriptions of “the greatest cover-up in British history” along with all manner of institutional & establishment corruption & crime concealment. Continue reading They All Love Jack-busting the ripper (Bruce Robinson):