Tag Archives: United Kingdom

Triangle shaped craft Kent, UK UFO 26 August 2011

spotted on the coast of Kent england approx 23.:05 26 august 2011

UFO Sighting Weird Lights, Norolk, The Fens, Cambridgeshire, UK, 26 August 2011

 

Notice of the filmers:

We have a house in Norolk, The Fens, Cambridgeshire in the countryside. There are about 15 houses in a 2 mile radius. The land is private and we were on our way back from fishing in the car. we see many lights there but not like this.

This Happened twice about 3 minutes after each other. The first time we only captured half of it but the whole thing happend twice exactally the same each time. At the end i put it in slow motion. It flashes really bright and something jumps off of it

It is not a power surge on pylons cos the only pylons there were about a quarter of a mile behind us.
It is not skydivers with flares because they won’t be able to land in the farmers fields and crops.
Definitely not a plane or a helicopter because they were moving at immence speeds and the wasn’t any sound and there wasnt flashing lights

Lawful Rebellion | The 2012 Scenario

Lawful Rebellion | The 2012 Scenario. Via SteveBeckow.com

Letter on planning from Prince Charles’s office being kept secret

Letter on planning from Prince Charles\’s office being kept secret via Guardian.co.uk by Robert Booth

Admission the GLA is withholding correspondence comes after it emerged several of his charities had been lobbying ministers

UFO fleet above London, UK, August 2011

 

uploaded on YouTube 22th august 201

French speaking couple filmed UFO fleet and called 999 to report to the police.

Leading City Broker said : UK riots were product of consumerism and will hit economy

Via Guardian.co.uk written by Alex Hawkes

UK riots were product of consumerism and will hit economy, says City broker/ Analyst’s report points to ‘deeply flawed social ethos’ and calls for a shift of emphasis ‘from material to non-material values’

The recent riots in London and other big cities were the product of an “out-of-control consumerist ethos” which will have profound impacts for the UK economy, a leading City broker has said.

The report by the global head of research at Tullett Prebon, Tim Morgan, is part of a series in which the brokerage analyses bigger issues for the UK. It details recommendations to resolve what it sees as a political and economic malaise: new role models, policies to encourage savings, the channelling of private investment into creating rather than inflating assets, and greater public investment.

It warns: “We conclude that the rioting reflects a deeply flawed economic and social ethos… recklessly borrowed consumption, the breakdown both of top-end accountability and of trust in institutions, and severe failings by governments over more than two decades.”

The note pinpoints the philosophy behind the riots as consumerism.

A typical internet user sees a hundred adverts an hour, the report says, and the underlying message many receive is: “Here’s the ideal. You can’t have it.” Accompanying this is an inflation of government and private debt, a key theme of Morgan’s other work.

“The economy has been subjected to repeated ‘boom and bust’ cycles, above all in property. The overall pattern has been that an over-consuming west has borrowed and spent the surpluses of the increasingly productive and under-consuming East.

“The dominant ethos of ‘I buy, therefore I am’ needs to be challenged by a shift of emphasis from material to non-material values David Cameron’s ‘big society’ project may contribute to the inculcation of more socially-oriented values, but much more will need to be done to challenge the out-of-control consumerist ethos.

“The government, too, needs to consume less, and invest more. Government spending has increased by more than 50% in real terms over the last decade, but public investment has languished. Saving needs to be encouraged, and private investment needs to be channelled into asset creation, not asset inflation.”

Morgan adds: “A young person who tries to become the next Alan Sugar or James Dyson is as likely to fall short as if he or she sets out to become the next global football star.

“But… failure to become the next Alan Sugar can still leave a person well equipped for a career in management, finance or accountancy. Failure to emulate James Dyson will leave the aspirant with useful engineering or technological skills.”

Are ETs Making Editorial Comments on the Content of an Interview on the Local News

Are ET’s Making Editorial Comments on the Content of an Interview on the Local News.

 

Via SteveBeckow.com

UFOs – Going back to London on the M11 29 july 2011

I didn’t see this one before.

Two UFOs Filmed from car on M11 in UK 29th july 2011 uploaded

 

James Murdoch Could Be Recalled As ‘Devastating’ Papers Cast Doubt Over His Evidence

James Murdoch Could Be Recalled As \’Devastating\’ Papers Cast Doubt Over His Evidence

16 August 2011
via HuffingtonPost.co.uk

Daytime UFO Chicago, 14 August 2011