I enjoyed this 2011 #DoctorWho Christmas special, even though the reviewer didn’t. It borrows a little bit from book by C.S. Lewis.


DW Special - The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe

It’s Christmas 1941 and Madge Arwell is taking her two young children away for the holidays. What she hasn’t told them is that their father has died, shot down in his Lancaster Bomber whilst fighting in the Second World War. But never fear! The Doctor is here to be over-the-top and annoying as all hell. Also; pointless Bill Bailey cameo!

New Who has seen its fair share of silliness, which is in keeping with the grand tradition of Doctor Who (“Delta and The Bannermen”, anyone?) but the 2011 Christmas special is by far one of the silliest and downright stupidest episodes ever conceived. From the word go we seem to have entered the realms of utter ridiculousness and left our suspension of disbelief in the bottom of our stockings like an unwanted satsuma.

Our story begins with The Doctor falling out of a spaceship whilst trying to put…

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Francis Schaeffer

“The reality of living by faith as though we were already dead, of living by faith in open communion with God, and then stepped back into the external world as though we are already raised from the dead, this is not once for all, it is a matter of moment-by-moment faith, and living moment by moment. This morning’s faith will never do for this noon. The faith of this noon will never do for supper time. The faith of supper time will never do for the next morning. Thank God for the reality for which we were created, a moment-by-moment communication with God himself.”
~ Francis August Schaeffer

In honor of Francis Schaeffer, American Evangelical Christian theologian, philosopher, and Presbyterian pastor, who was born on this day in 1912

Today in History – January 30
True Spirituality – Page 78

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Wi-fi tracking versus Privacy

Posted: January 12, 2017 in Uncategorized

Information Strategy

I’m going to write about my thoughts of wifi-tracking technology in stores. The wifi-tracking technology allows the retail managers to see how many people visit their store. Stores are now able to track mobile devices. These devices constantly are searching for a wifi-connection. While searching for this connection, the devices send MAC-addresses (each MAC-address is linked to a specific customer and has a specific 12-digit code that helps routers to send data to the right recipient) out which are being host by the tracking hardware.

This technology has great benefits as it enables managers to measure customer loyalty. It is even possible to measure their walking routes through navigation functionalities and how long they stop at a certain product. They can also see how many employees they need to schedule. This technology enables managers to make better purchase, marketing and inventory planning decisions. Due to this technology, it is now…

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Junge Alternative

Posted: January 11, 2017 in Uncategorized

Alternative für Deutschland (AfD)


Gen. Kenney and Charles Lindbergh

Posted: December 20, 2016 in Uncategorized

On 4 July 1944, a correspondent notified Gen. Kenney that Colonel Charles Lindbergh was in New Guinea.  Kenney did not know about it and neither did General HQ!  So the Colonel was flown to Brisban…

Source: Gen. Kenney and Charles Lindbergh




Sometimes, fighting for your honor is enough of a reward.

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Geert Speaks

Posted: December 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

Thunder on the Right

“We, Dutch, say whatever is close to our hearts. And that is precisely what makes our country great. Freedom of speech is our pride.” Geert Wilders

“For centuries, the Netherlands are a symbol of freedom.” Ibid

“You [Court members] will never have to be protected because Islamic terror organizations, such as Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and ISIS, and who knows how many individual Muslims, want to murder you.” Ibid


A last plea for preservation of the freedom of speech in the Netherlands.

From the Gatestone Institute, the final court statement of Freedom Party Geert Wilders:

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Reclaim Our Republic

Dec 16, 2013 by Ron Paul

Next week, the Federal Reserve System will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding. Resulting from secret negotiations between bankers and politicians at Jekyll Island, the Fed’s creation established a banking cartel and a board of government overseers that has grown ever stronger through the years. One would think this anniversary would elicit some sort of public recognition of the Fed’s growth from a quasi-agent of the Treasury Department intended to provide an elastic currency, to a de facto independent institution that has taken complete control of the economy through its central monetary planning. But just like the Fed’s creation, its 100th anniversary may come and go with only a few passing mentions.

Like many other horrible and unconstitutional pieces of legislation, the bill which created the Fed, the Federal Reserve Act, was passed under great pressure on December 23, 1913, in the waning…

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Thunder on the Right

“When Fidel Castro celebrated his 90th birthday last week, CNN was the eager first-responder.” Humberto Fontova

“CNN paints the poor old boy as a victim.” Ibid

“No serious Cuba-watcher expects a network bestowed a Havana bureau by KGB-trained apparatchiks to even feign honesty, or even play-act their professed duty: ‘to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.’” Ibid

“The Castro regime assigns 20 security agents to follow and monitor every foreign journalist.” Ibid


Worshipping at Stalinism’s altar.

Humberto Fontova, Frontpagemag.com, August 24, 2016

When Fidel Castro celebrated his 90th birthday last week, CNN was the eager first-responder.  “Survivor Turns 90,” gushed CNN’s perky Patrick Oppmann from Havana. “More people have tried to murder the world’s most famous socialist than any man alive, according to the 2006 British documentary “638 Ways to Kill Castro.”

Got it? CNN paints the poor old boy…

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