Let’s Chat 8.30pm Tonight 403


At 8.30pm tonight I am going to have a streamed live chat with Independence Live, on various subjects including of course Scottish Independence. It is interesting because they are setting it up using Blab, a programme which enables you to appear and join in the conversation. This is experimental for me. I believe that you may need a twitter account to sign in to blab and join in, but that you should be able just to watch on the Independence Live website without signing in. I am investigating if it will be possible to stream it on this site as well.

If we like the technology, I might use it to host a series of chats on this site, where I sit down with a whisky in hand and ruminate, and you can pop up and join in.

Join the Blab!
This is a livestream, Blab interview. If you would like to jump on and join the panel then follow the link below. You will need your Twitter login details to join panel, or you can just observe. https://blab.im/independence-live-craig-murray-interview


403 thoughts on “Let’s Chat 8.30pm Tonight

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  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Most of the people on here are so afraid of revealing who they are that I doubt whether they would wish their faces to appear on any live chat.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    But it would be fascinating to see the faces gibing rise to some of the wilder talk on this blog. 🙂

  • Uphill

    Best of luck.

    I’m not interested but theoretically it sounds a lot better than one person taking ownership of my comments. Censoring others.

    It all came to me recently, how this blog is, why we have mods etc.

    And as the saying goes “If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, … we don’t believe in it at all.”

  • John Goss

    Of course, those unaccountable to parliament, can monitor your PC activities anyway and watch you and what you’re doing through the cameras on your laptop, wherever you take it. They will get a very grainy image through mine (if any at all). Which brings me to the most serious intrusion yet to become compulsory.

    According to the late Aaron Russo in an interview relating to objectives before 9/11 the Rockefellers were planning to have everyone of us micro-chipped. The idea seems to have some advantages, like if your forget to take your credit card with you. However it could also be used to track you regardless of where you are whatever you are doing. This is something the younger generation must oppose because it is the first stage towards total enslavement of the world’s populace thus creating a new world order in which there can be no such thing as a runaway slave. Be warned: it is already happening.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3221287/Would-microchipped-Kaspersky-implants-chip-man-s-hand-one-day-used-pay-goods-unlock-home.html

    There are of course strong arguments against this. And all of them must be used by those who believe in some kind of freedom. Next month it will be compulsory to have all dogs microchipped even though it is known that microchips can cause cancer.

    http://www.chipmenot.org.uk/news.asp

    This is the biggest battle I see towards freedom. Bear in mind too that they can often trace your whereabouts from your dog should they wish.

  • Pete

    Habbakuck, unless you’re really a 2500 year old Israelite prophet, your comment would apply to yourself surely? Many of the regulars on here give full names, several, like Mr Goss, give photos. Craig even gives his home address. Where do you live by the way?

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Mr Goss

    “According to the late Aaron Russo in an interview relating to objectives before 9/11 the Rockefellers were planning to have everyone of us micro-chipped.”
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    Oh for God’s sake, Mr Goss, do grow up.

    If it isn’t the Rothschilds it must be the Rockefellers, eh…?

  • John Goss

    “What a clever way of excluding the Habbas.”

    I’ll miss this event. We’re out tonight at a charity quiz against torture. I’m expecting to see one or two of our interlopers there so sorry Pete, I expect Habba and his team will be joining us at the ‘Freedom from Torture’ quiz incognito non cognis mentis no doubt.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Pete

    “Habbakuck, unless you’re really a 2500 year old Israelite prophet, your comment would apply to yourself surely?”
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    Not really, because a lot of the Eminences and theur hangers-on already seem sure who I am (SIS, Mossad, hasbara in Tel Aviv, GCHQ, etc…).

    And 3RobG” apparently knows exactly who I am (or so he keeps saying) – I invite him to share his knowledge with anyone interested.

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    “Many of the regulars on here give full names..”

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    I think you’ll find it’s very few actually. Mr Goss, Dr Halpin, KOWN (indirectly), RobG (indirectly), Iain Orr and that’s about it.

    A couple give names but who are we to say that those are real names – do you know?

    So not many but a very small minority.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Mr Goss

    Glad you got that right before our Resident Classicist (Oxford University, college unrevealed) had to correct you 🙂

    Enjoy your quiz.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Uphill

    I must say I have found the moderation on here reasonable enough- so far – and so don’t understand your bitterness.

    BTW would you like to make Pete happy by giving us your real name?

  • fedup

    Craig it will be good to sit there and hear what develops?

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    H….kuck, unless you’re really a 2500 year old Israelite prophet, your comment would apply to yourself surely? Many of the regulars on here give full names, several, like Mr Goss, give photos. Craig even gives his home address. Where do you live by the way?

    Come on, the operative concerned is busy fishing data for sending it all the to the relevant handlers as yea olde Morse tappers used to!!! Not that it will make a pennyworth difference as it stands the resources of a certain shitty little strip of land are stretched beyond their breaking point. But it is a kind of comfort blanket for the sufferers of the mass psychosis of persecution whom find enemies under every blade of grass.

  • deepgreenpuddock

    I have been giving the blog a ‘miss’ lately. Ok i still do a quick scan now and again but one thing struck me about the constant bickering with Habba and the pithy questions and pushbacks from Habba and the equally propmpt and pithy replies to him(her). (this is not a criticism of anyone btw) but I can’t help wondering why it continues. Everybody seems to have vented their spleens , and there is something that looks like a kind of truculent truce since everyone on the blog now pretty well knows each other’s position and it doesn’t look like it is going to change.
    I really do not know if rich people are involved in conspiracies (I think it very unlikely) but i am pretty sure there are rich people whose motives and alliances are questionable .
    Money is after all a symbol of power and it seems likely that much money will create much movement and much secrecy but i also believe much of the use of money is flawed, and i am much more of a cock-up theorist and psychological failings of humans theorist. I think for instance that 9/11 was probably an intelligence cock up on a monumental scale. There will be some cover up of the main cocks i am also sure but the extreme conspiracy ideas are basically nutsically unlikely

    But actually I do find some of the comments quite interesting and informative and even informed-it would just make sense to frame the debates much more carefully, with less hostility and a less adamantine certainty.

    The question is : why? As ever I am a perplexed puddock. I will return to my muddy deepgreen depths.

  • Herbie

    “I really do not know if rich people are involved in conspiracies (I think it very unlikely) but i am pretty sure there are rich people whose motives and alliances are questionable.”

    What is this supposed to mean?

    You say that it’s highly unlikely that rich people are involved in conpiracies.

    Then you say that you’re pretty sure there are rich people whose motives and alliances are questionable.

    Surely any alliance with questionable motives is conspiring together to implement objectives, and that’s a common enough activity amongst groups of human beings and institutions.

    So much so indeed that we often prosecute such conspirators.

    Does conspiracy have some other meaning for you?

    Does it have to involve aliens or something.

    Surely you understand that people have been coming together in common purpose for eons.

    And often they hide their true motives and objectives for fear of having their objectives undermined.

    This is such normal human behavior that you really do have to wonder at what’s happened to the minds that seem unable to process this simple information.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    So according to Comrade Herbie, just about everything’s actually or potentially a conspiracy (” people have been coming together in common purpose for eons”).

    That’s a rather eccentric point of view. Or perhaps the Comrade is just redefining the word “conspiracy”?

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Deepgreenpuddock

    “..constant bickering with Habba and the pithy questions and pushbacks from Habba and the equally propmpt and pithy replies to him(her).”
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    Pithy replies? Do you mean ones like “Piss off troll”? 🙂

  • Herbie

    One of the many curiousities of the phrase “conspiracy theory” is that there are poor souls out there who seemingly cannot conceive the idea that people do in fact come together in common purpose.

    They seem to deny even that first element.

    Do people really think that in war and politics, the various parties aren’t keeping their cards close to their chest.

    Hiding their true motives, their objectives, their means of implementation.

  • RobG

    @Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)
    4 Mar, 2016 – 6:02 pm

    Habba, I will avoid the obvious Orwellian references when it comes to those of your ilk.

    Instead, Paul Craig Roberts posted a piece today about the Sandy Hook shootings. Roberts’ posting hones in on some of the more blatant photo shopped images about Sandy Hook…

    http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/03/01/sandy-hook-puzzles/

    I would advise everyone to take a look at these clumsy forgeries, and then say that people like Roberts (and me) are ‘conspiracy theorists’.

  • Herbie

    Over to Prof. Richard J. Evans:

    “Conspiracy theories aren’t necessarily wrong, and in some cases there is compelling evidence that conspiracies did lie behind major historical events. But not this one.”

    http://www.lrb.co.uk/v36/n09/richard-j-evans/the-conspiracists

    There.

    You see. It’s not that difficult.

    No need for lizards and aliens and tin foil hats and all the rest of the guff that the habbies on here spout about interminably.

    Unlike Prof Evans above they’re simply incapable of arguing their case so they resort to childishness and smear.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)

    Herbie

    Professor Evans says “in some cases”.

    Which implies not in some other cases.

    Or even not in the majority of cases.

    The problem is that some people seem to think that almost everything is a conspiracy.

    Or at least almost every event they disapprove of.

    That sort of thinking, while amusing, is rather worrying.

    Hope that doesn’t offend you, Herbie.

  • RobG

    Since we’re on the subject of ‘conspiracy theory’ (the term was made-up by the CIA following the assassination of JFK, who was the last president to stand up to these psychos), for those who might have doubts about a terrorist drill taking place on the same day as the 13th November Paris attacks, this is from the Guardian…

    “That morning, the emergency services in Paris had actually done a training exercise for a major terrorist attack. We were well prepared. But the type of the attack is significant.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/15/paris-attacks-medic-we-were-treating-war-wounds-made-by-war-weapons

    Likewise, for those doubting the terrorist drill that took place on the day of the July 2005 terror attacks in London – the drill took place in the same locations on the London Underground as the ‘terrorist bombings’ – here’s the somewhat infamous ITV news interview with Peter Power…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKvkhe3rqtc

    The only conspiracy is why the psychos behind these false flag/hoax events haven’t been brought to justice.

  • Herbie

    I wonder if there’s a conspiracy amongst interested parties to carve up the NHS.

    And if so how could that be achieved.

    What would be the effect, for example, over time, of loading the NHS up with enormous debt.

    Might it collapse under the weight of that debt, and have to be privatised to save it.

    Anyone have a clue how our current system of banking sucks the wealth from the economy.

    That happens so regularly that you’d think peeps might by now understand the issue.

    But no.

    It’s all a mystery. An act of God. Like the changing seasons. The weather.

    It’s not so hard to manage people, is it.

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