Thursday, January 24, 2008

Mystery image of 'life on Mars'

Mystery image of 'life on Mars'

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What do you think? Is it a mermaid or the little green man? Send us your views using the form below:

Ask Paul Hellyer, ex Canadian Defence Minister.
Ask Dr. Steven Greer of the Disclosure Project.
Ask Dr. Stanton T Friedman.
...the list is endless.
Read former US Colonel Philip Corso's book.
...the references are endless.

Indeed, this should be subject matter at the current Davos pow wow.

Decades ago JP Morgan said to Tesla: "Great technology, but how do I put a meter on it?

The BBC's approach to off worldly matters is akin to primary school children investigating the subject. Indeed, children would be more objective. It is a shocking disgrace, but then we wouldn't want to reveal the free energy already available to human beings would we?! We wouldn't want to be overly investigative would we?

Laugh at me? Be my guest!

It has to be considered a rock formation in ordinary world-think, but of course, if the information concerning the Moon, Venus and Mars is nearer the truth - these planets have atmosphere and are habited by beings and visited by 'humans' - then it may be a shot of a being out for a walk.

It is a lot of speculation about an inconclusive event when we (the media and public) should be addressing the fundamental contemporary basics of JFK, 9/11, Trueman's industrial complex statement and getting the concept of free technology into the public conscienceness instead of scare mongering the public while presenting Al Gore with ridiculous Nobel gongs.

Ask Michael Cremo about the artifacts found on earth within rock millions years old? Go on BBC, I dare you!

Paraphrasing Oscar Wilde and Freddie Mercury: The truth will out my dears, the truth will out!

I put it to you my Lord, the public and most authorities are in for a huge surprise.

Oh, hang on! Hold the space trip - there is important breaking news about the You Tube ban in Turkey and a British Minister buying a kebab in South London.

Arther C. Withernee, Correspondent for WEMW
Report 24 January 2008

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Is it official BBC policy to side-line Ron Paul?

Ned has written to the BBC; again...

Attention: BBC Radio 4 The Today Programme, PM Programme, iPM and all of you.

Is there an official policy within the BBC to ignore US Presidential election candidate Ron Paul? I do not understand why the BBC is blatantly ignoring the good story which Ron Paul is. I can only assume it is because some one does not want us to hear what Ron Paul has to say. He's breaking internet records, fund raising records, he so personable and debates extremely well. For example he is consistently beating Rudolph Giuliani, yet Rudolph Giuliani is included in your reports and profiles while Ron Paul is not. I specifically refer to the the BBC website...
e.g. today's page link...
or another e.g...

On the right hand side there is a box labelled
Pick a candidate
...under which every name in the US election crops up except Ron Paul.

Don't you follow the real news?! It's 22.01.2008 and as I write Ron Paul has raised $3,262,810. 21 in the latest period - indeed another $1,000,000 since last night!

Don't tell me he is not newsworthy or a serious candidate because I will reply you are merely incompetents repeating a bias party line.

I have joined and sent this message to the Ron Paul website...

Dear Dr. Paul,

you are the most refreshing politician I have heard in years. The rest are the same old story. I'm not sure about the pro-life (I support abortion for those who wish to choose it), but otherwise this Englishman in Istanbul is amazed at how the media and particularly the BBC in the UK is ignoring you. If I can help in any way please call me. What more can I say?

Vote Ron Paul - I will never forget how he has been neglected by the world media - never. British BBC, you are a shame and a disgrace. One day the general public will realise how much of a difference the BBC's indifference made to me. John Humphreys, Eddie Mair et al shame on you all.

I cannot believe your bias reporting - now I know it is official: you are all incompetent sheep.

Istanbul, Peace at Home, Peace in the World

24 January, we received a reply...

Dear Mr. Pamphilon:

Thank you for contacting my congressional office regarding my candidacy for President of the United States. There are strict limits on congressional offices' involvement in campaigns. Therefore, your e-mail is being forwarded to the Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign Committee that can be involved in matters related to my presidential campaign. The committee's website is

Thank you again for contacting my office.


Ron Paul

Confirmation # 1220962

I cannot guarantee the integrity of the text of this letter if it was not sent to you directly from my Congressional Email Account: If you have any questions about the validity of this message, please email me at: or call my Washington, DC office at: (202) 225-2831.

Arther C. Withernee, Correspondent for WEMW
Report 22 January 2008

Monday, January 21, 2008

In support of Canon Ian Sherwood

Tuesday 15 January 2008 - Read an article in the TDN and felt compelled to respond...

Dear Damaris,

I've just read...

I want you to be aware.

I am not into organised religion and not a practising Christian; my belief is my business. But, in Canon Ian Sherwood I see nothing but a credit to Istanbul, Turkiye and the UK. The Bishop of Gibraltar has never replied to my e-mail or terrestrial communications in support of Victoria Short. I made him a hand made card; he must have noticed! The Bishop's team interfered with Victoria Short's position on the local church council and Victoria is a bloody hero and still walks the streets of the city where her husband was murdered. She could easily have left. Her husband and life were blown apart in one foul swoop - probably partly because of UK foreign policy. The church and Britain should be doing everything to support her. Ian Sherwood has been a huge support for her. This guy gives his time to homeless immigrants, brings people together from all parts of the world and writes wonderful 'Cookery Notes'. He takes great care over his church and welcomes one and all to visit.

The Canon does speak his mind and I might not agree with him all the time, but he is such a peaceful embracing individual. Please support Canon Sherwood.

By contrast, I can only conclude The Bishop of Gibraltar couldn't care less about anyone but himself and his cronies. Of course, the Bishop will win, but you could raise greater awareness about Canon Sherwood and send your article to UK newspapers.

Arther C. Withernee

.......of course, it is like peeing in the wind, but it's all part of the Peace Revolution.

Arther C. Withernee, Correspondent for WEMW
Report 21 January 2008

Monday, January 14, 2008

Your BBC Posting has been removed

I have recently had posts removed from the BBC PM blog, so I posted again and now this has been removed...

Dear PM Blog Moderator, PM & iPM, the Today programme and in particular you Messrs Mair & Humphreys; from whom I expect much better standards,

PM Blog Moderator has replied to me stating:
Thank you for contributing to a BBC site. Unfortunately we've had to remove your Posting below because it contravenes the House Rules.
URL of content (now removed):

Exactly how did my post contravene House Rules? I guess because I suggested the politician saying he would be happy to live by a nuclear dump was lying and that I'd gladly tell the MF to his face? Or was it because I suggested Al Gore and his global warming Nobel prize is a pile of bull? Nevermind...

My argument is straight forward - we have free energy in our world today, but the powers that be are not sharing it with us.

Watch this collection of experienced and qualified people from
inform you further...

Why are we still debating tired, inefficient, old ideas with tired inefficient politicians and spokes persons? It will change and you can either involve yourselves with the relevant debate or stay stuck in the past. Your programmes are currently not meeting the required standards of investigative reporting.

JP Morgan said to to Tesla: "Great technology, but I can't put a meter on it."
Now born again Catholic Tony Blair is going to work for JP Morgan. It stinks.

Ron Paul is among the most interesting, refreshing and increasingly popular candidates for the US Presidency in decades and yet you are missing this real and emerging story.

Has the ex Canadian Defence Minister suddenly lost the plot? Is he now deemed a nutter to be avoided by the BBC? This is a very interesting example of news you have simply not addressed at all: Paul Hellyer and Paola Harris - Part 1 etc...

Gore cries global warming and probably greater taxation on the public while prominent and respected persons are claiming alternative energy sources.

Why isn't Bush Snr. taking action against Russel Bland for the comments made by David Icke on the Russel Brand show? Icke and Brand alleged Bush Snr. is a paedophile. Why is it left to BBC Radio 2's Russel Brand to raise these matters? I cannot abide his nauseating style, but at least he is doing what you are not: addressing important news issues...

David Icke is right - you guys are mostly repeaters. Why do you allow yourselves to be this way?

Arther C. Withernee, Correspondent for WEMW
Report 14 January 2008