Monday, 15 January 2018

Fake Hawaii Missile Alert

Residents of Hawaii experienced a rude awakening Saturday morning as a round robin text was sent out to all their devices and online warning that the islands were about to suffer an attack by nuclear missile from North Korea. Hawaiians have been worried about the escalating tensions in the Far East seeing as Kim Jong Un has specifically mentioned the United States of America as one of his country's greatest enemies and has stated that he has missiles capable of striking it and would be willing use his full nuclear deterrent on America if he had to. The islands of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean are by far the closet part of the United States to North Korea and would probably be hit first, as has happened in previous wars in the region. The people of Hawaii took the threat completely seriously. They hastened to whatever shelter they could. In hotels and public buildings people headed for the basements. Some people in the open streets forced their children down manholes. Along with the alarm was sadness. People called loved ones essentially to say goodbye. One woman had a tearful telephone conversation with her mother, a ninety-five year old lady who had survived the 1941 Pearl Harbour attack. She was too old to lower herself to the floor for protection. After this period of pandemonium it was revealed that the whole alert had been a "terrible mistake". The services sent out a second Tweet apologizing profusely and reassuring Hawaiians that there was no real missile threat. The state governor David Ige reported that a worker at the Hawaii emergency management services "pushed the wrong button" during a shift change. Source: You can just imagine it, can't you? "Morning Nigel. 'Ere, I've been meaning to ask you, what does this button do?" "A hell of a lot! Don't press it, Dave, whatever you do!" "Are you sure, Nigel?" "Yes, Dave. Now I'm off home. You have the shop!" "Righto. See ya, Nigel... Hmm... Maybe I'd better just press it to make sure..."
I don't think so. I strongly suspect this was done on purpose to gauge people's reactions. There were several incidents during the Cold War when I believe the same thing was done. This was, of course, an extremely cruel thing to do. It was also very dangerous; people could have been injured or killed in the panic. In this scenario some people might even commit suicide. This kind of psychological experiment does not only apply to nuclear attack; it has been played on people for other reasons as well; for example, alien invasion. In October 1938 a radio adaptation of HG Wells' War of the Worlds was broadcast. This is a story about a global invasion by hostile extraterrestrials. The style of the play was what today is called a "docudrama"; it was made to seem real. It does sound very real to me, see: Unfortunately a number of people thought it was real and they panicked. Some people jumped into their cars and fled for the hills. Others looted shops and rioted in the street. A number of people were injured by violence and car accidents. The blame was placed on the director Orson Welles. However I wonder if the purpose of the play was to see how the population would react if faced with the real eventuality of armed and dangerous UFO's. If the play was not produced for that purpose you can still bet psychological think tanks, such as the Tavistock Institute, would take a distinct interest in the response by the public. No doubt the authorities will play this heartless trick on us again as and when they think they need to.

Sunday, 14 January 2018

New Probe Website

The official website of the March Probe conference is now available, see: It is a simple, but elegant and friendly design. It only has a few pages, but all the necessary information is there. As you can see, I am the final speaker on Sunday. I am listed as "Ben Efflyn Jones", but it is me, I promise. And "ex politics" is actually "exopolitics". I feel very happy to be returning to Probe as a speaker and I'm really looking forward to the event. See here for more details:

Saturday, 13 January 2018

UFO videos by Mouthy Buddha

A YouTuber content creator has made two fascinating short documentaries about the recent surge in UFO-related news stories, see background links below. He has a brilliant username, "Mouthy Buddha". The first video gives a history of the involvement of Tom Delonge. Last year the rock star got together with a number of former government, intelligence and military industrial complex corporate insiders to set up a company called To The Stars that aims to be the medium for ET Disclosure (I missed out on covering this at the time because it coincided with the publication of Roswell Revealed, sorry). Here's an interesting interview with Tom Delonge on the Joe Rogan Experience: Two of the names on Delonge's list of collaborators are particularly interesting. Hal Puthoff, the CIA parapsychologist who tested Uri Geller in 1973 and, I believe, recruited him as a psychic spy. Another is a name regular readers will recognize, Luis Elizondo, the Pentagon official who ran the recently-declassified UFO research project; see background links below. The second video asks some more relevant questions about the UFO information released in December, the US Navy footage and the Pentagon aerial research project.

What Mouthy Buddha really suspects is going on is some kind of psychological operation similar to that perpetrated on Paul Bennewitz. As I've said before, I don't buy the line that the UFO phenomenon itself is a piece of engineered modern mythology designed by the intelligence services to launder their more down-to-earth secret operations. It's a very risky gambit to draw somebody's attention towards something with the ultimate objective of deflecting it away. It could backfire in any number of ways. I think what we are really facing is a very elaborate double-bluff; see here for details: According to Mouthy Buddha, Delonge is being exploited in the same way Bennewitz was. Unlike Pilkington, MB does not see this UFO disinformation as a distraction from non-UFO secrets, but rather fake UFO secrets being used as a smokescreen to protect the real secrets of UFO's. This is very worrying because if we are approaching a period in history when willing Disclosure is unavoidable, then the government might fall back to a fake Disclosure situation. This is something I myself have suspected. Bryce Zabel said at Exopolitics Leeds that if it turned out that the aliens were evil then we might have to forgive the government for the century of secrets they've kept from us and unite to save the planet. In that case might not somebody get the idea of telling us the aliens are evil even if they're not, in order to wriggle of that particular hook? That is just one example of possible deception waiting in the wings. The recent news stories Mouthy Buddha talks about makes him believe we are currently upstream of some further information being released; I agree. The question is, what will the objective of that revelation be? And can we trust the authorities not to control the revelation in a manner that deceives us for their benefit? I would say no.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Farage Loses his Mind

I know that is a very dramatic title by my standards, but I think in this case it is justified. Nigel Farage has just made the last statement on earth that I ever thought he would. He was interviewed on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff yesterday in which he said he was beginning to think that we should have a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union. His reasoning is that it would be the only way to silence the anti-Brexit agitators once and for all. He feels confident that even more people would vote Leave the second time round than did in the first vote. How can any sane person make such a reckless suggestion; let alone the figurehead and godfather of the British independence movement? What on earth can he be thinking? Is this the same man who said the morning of June 24th 2016 "Today the sun has risen on an independent Britain."? You can see the astonishment and incredulity in the manner of the presenter. Source: A second referendum is exactly what all the hard-line remoaner traitors have been calling for since June 2016; the David Lammies and Carline Lucases of this world. Farage eloquently and successfully repelled them at every turn; is he now saying he's going to give them what they want? No, Nigel! You have to keep on resisting them! A second referendum would jeopardize the entire Brexit process, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in which the people gained a crucial advantage against the entire New World Order establishment. Since 2016 those forces have regrouped and are counter-striking. They will be a far greater threat during any potential second referendum than they were during the first. The methods they used to bully the electorate through propaganda will be far more effective. The inevitable poll-rigging will be far more widespread. Far from being a guaranteed second goal for Brexit; there is much greater risk that the decision would fall back to Remain. The good news is that Theresa May has responded to Farage with a clear and resounding "no!", but I don't trust her to stick by her word; and any ground given to the remoaners is too much ground by far. It is incredibly irresponsible to pander to their whims even in a casual remark on a television show. He really should know better. You can bet they will milk Nigel's blunder for every drop they can get, see: Farage has issued another article qualifying his position, see:, however his original statement, "I'm reaching the point of thinking that we should have a second referendum on EU membership" is unfortunately unequivocal.

A second reason Nigel is wrong is that even if the second referendum resulted in another Leave victory it simply wouldn't work. It would not make the remoaners shut up and get on with it. They would simply come up with another excuse about how the second referendum was not valid either and demand a third referendum. As an EU official said many years ago about Denmark's rejection of the Maastricht Treaty: "Member states will simply have to keep on having referendums until we get the result we want." As I explain in the background links, when Ireland rejected the EU Constitution in a referendum they were told they had to have another referendum on something called the "Lisbon Treaty" which was, word for word, the same thing under another name. There is no way Nigel Farage can possibly be so naive as not to realize that this is the very same trap being laid out for Britain... Why in God's name did you suggest it, Nigel!? A second Brexit referendum would also delegitimize the first one; and indeed all ones. All the historical and legal punch the referendum has earned would be weakened. It would be essentially stating that even a properly formatted referendum, instituted by Parliament, can be regarded as null and void in retrospect even if there is nothing in its rules that says so. It's as absurd as a football match being replayed because the winning team won three-nil. The Brexit referendum was as simple, comprehensive and open-and-shut a case as anything ever done in politics before. Its results are therefore totally decisive and ought to be the final word on the matter. I don't know why Farage said what he did. Maybe it was only a bout of temporary insanity. Either way, he has plummeted in my estimation of him; and I doubt if I am alone there. I once said that I thought Farage retired prematurely; now I'm beginning to think he should have quit a long time ago.

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Dreaming Saucers- Tickets on Sale

Tickets for the upcoming Dreaming Saucers conference can now be purchased in advance. Saturday and Sunday single-day tickets are both £20 each and all-weekend tickets are £30. Simply email me at and I'll give you instructions on how to buy them. Tickets will be available on the door unless the event sells out and I'll make a warning announcement beforehand if that becomes likely.
More information to follow soon.

Dreaming Saucers will take place on the 12th and 13th of May. Doors open 10 AM both days. The venue is: The White House (not a joke!), 38 Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1-4PD. There is a car park at the venue, but if it's full you can always drop your vehicle at Redbridge Park and Ride a mile down the road. From there you can walk or catch the number 300 bus to the venue. The venue is also less than a mile from Oxford railway station and Oxford coach station.

Sandra Daroy
Ben Emlyn-Jones
Neil Geddes Ward
Deborah Hatswell
Nik Hayes
Miles Johnston
Ellis Taylor
Tony Topping

A screening of Sandra Daroy's film Awakening of 12 Strands. (See here for background:
Live free Truth tour of Oxford by Ben Emlyn-Jones.

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

How do we Get Back to the Moon?

2018 is an important anniversary. Most people think Apollo 11 represents man's first adventure to the moon, but it is not. It is the first time astronauts landed on the moon, but there were two manned missions to the moon before that which did not involve landings, Apollo 8 and Apollo 10. The first was Apollo 8 and it took place over the Christmas period of 1968, fifty years ago. This half-century chalk-mark should give us an opportunity to look back and reassess NASA's lunar missions and ask the questions about them that I have been asking for many years, see the background links below. I reported just before Christmas that President Trump had announced America's intention once again to put human footsteps on the moon, and that his speech totally lacked the conviction and lustre of John F Kennedy's 1961 proclamation: "We choose to go to the moon in this decade...!" etc, see: Now a new article has been published in The Washington Post revealing that NASA are not entirely sure how to return to the moon anyway. Despite being under less political pressure and enjoying 21st century technology, the agency seems to lack confidence that this objective can be achieved. The director Robert Lightfoot said: "We have no idea yet." NASA are considering asking private companies to help them, or even other countries. Source:

This news story must make some people pause and think, especially those who are old enough to remember the early Space Race. On the 25th of May 1961, six weeks after the Russian Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, President Kennedy made a speech announcing his intention to place American feet on the moon before the end of the decade; and they made it, with just five months to spare. It is incredible that in just over eight years, with the earliest rocket technology, just twelve years after the first ever artificial object left the earth, with space itself being mostly an unknown environment, NASA not only put a man on the moon, they went on to put eleven more within just four years. Only one subsequent Apollo mission went seriously wrong and no astronauts lost their lives. Yet today that same agency is scratching its head, blushing and making excuses when all anybody is asking them to do is repeat the endeavour. Nexus magazine has recently run a fascinating series of articles by the physicist Phil Kouts, for example: Kouts explains how NASA ought to be able to continue manned lunar missions fairly proficiently by building on top of the progress they made in their earliest days. For example, NASA recently wondered how they could construct a spacecraft heat-shield strong enough for re-entry at lunar transit speeds, which would have to be far more robust than the ones used by craft descending from low earth orbit like the Soyuz or Space Shuttle. Why not just use the same ones the Apollo capsules did? They worked well enough didn't they? Even Apollo 13's which had been damaged by an explosion. One explanation is that the Apollo missions were not real manned lunar missions. I am forced to agree that this is by far the most likely one. See the background links below for more information.

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Stick-Like Figures found on Mars

NASA has reported that the Curiosity probe has discovered some geological features on the planet Mars that are described as "stick-like". As is so often the case these days, they first released the findings onto Twitter. The reason these are interesting is that they closely resemble ancient fossils on earth. A palaeontologist called Dr Barry DiGiorgio from the University of Buckingham says that this new data from Mars closely resembles the trace fossils he has seen from the Ordovician period; this dates from 485 millions years ago to 443 millions years ago. Trace fossils are fossils not of an organism itself but of what it leaves behind, like footprints or cavities left when its body decomposes etc. There is a resemblance I must admit, see: NASA says these could be crystals or minerals deposited when crystals dissolve. Source: I loathe the sensationalist and derogatory language in this article; "alien hunters" etc. This is interesting because it's not the first time phenomena resembling fossils has been found on Mars, see:, (if indeed they are on Mars, see: If you look at the background links below you'll see additional evidence that NASA and other academic institutions are denying and suppressing evidence of life on Mars, even if it is only life that existed in the distant past. Why? For whatever reason, it is very important to the elite that we believe we live on a solitary living planet in a dead universe; an oasis of life in an infinite cosmic desert. This image is false and the fact that it is false is being reinforced with every new discovery.