Long abandoned cottage in East Anglia, once owned by a US Air Force Sergeant and his wife. Formerly christened the sewing house, due to an abundance of sewing machines, sadly they have all now been disappeared.Read More
by Simeon Roberts
Anyone who has seen Queue Politely’s “97% Owned” will know that this is an intelligent and powerful film about the monetary system and unlike many others is presented from a British perspective. I think I watched the film two or three times with my notepad, excitedly taking down notes for further researchRead More
German, Spanish, Swedish and Indonesian hardcoded subtitles for the documentary 97%Owned: How is Money Created.Read More
Rules for riding on the cable car: Mount Song, China.Read More
Muslim mixed martial arts tournament in deepest darkest East London. MMA rules without strikes to the head.Read More
A talk by Dennis Edney QC, the Scottish-Canadian lawyer of Omar Khadr, the former Guantánamo prisoner who was arrested aged 15 in Afghanistan, tortured at Bagram, and held in Guantánamo where he is the only person since WWII to be convicted as an adult for war crimes committed as a minorRead More
A tutorial on how to install the Tails anonymous operating system on a Windows Pc and set up and use encrypted email.Read More
A tutorial on how to install the Tails anonymous operating system on a Mac and set up and use encrypted email.Read More
Remember, remember The fifth of November The gunpowder treason and plot I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason should ever be forgot.
World Zombie Day is an international annual event that grew from Pittsburgh’s first Zombie Walk at Monroeville Mall in 2006 – the site where George Romero filmed Dawn of the Dead - to help all fans of Zombie culture come together in an international effort to relieve hunger and homelessness.Read More
Chateau de la Police.
Before heading to the Villa Albanaise we decided to check out the Chateau du Foret. We parked the car in a village 2km away and walked there. After criss-crossing the forest for 10 minutes we arrived at the back of the chateau. Built in 1860 in the Neo-Tudor style, and formerly owned by a Belgian Royal, it has been empty for over 10 years, while the heirs battle it out in the courts.Read More
Tempora is the codename for a secret data gathering operation run by Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). Documents released by whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal that Tempora surpasses even the American Prism program in scope.Read More
In a secluded spot on the English and Welsh border lies this old Manor Farmhouse where time has stood still for the past 40 years. Squeezing through a narrow window I enter a dust filled room, part of the floor has caved inRead More
The London Guantanamo Campaign protests in front of the United States Embassy to highlight the plight of the Guantanamo Bay Hunger Strikers. Marking 101 days of hunger strike by 100 of the 166 detainees.Read More
Located in a small backwater hamlet 2 hours from Tokyo, the Old West Amusement Park closed in 2007.
It features a 1/3 size replica of Mt. Rushmore which cost $27 million to build.
Every year for Carnival season, residents of the Swiss Alpine town of Einsiedeln get out their pitchforks and whips to banish evil spirits. Einsiedeln is also the location of one of Switzerlands largest Catholic monasteries. While officially the origins of the custom remain unknown,Read More
Nara Dreamland is an abandoned theme park in Nara, Japan. It closed its doors in 2006.Read More
Students call for Revolution at the Student march against Fees and Cuts. (November 2012)
Music is by Godspeed You Black Emperor