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"A literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything".

An essay is, generally, a piece of writing that gives the author's own argument, but the definition is vague, overlapping with those of a letter, a paper, an article, a pamphlet, and a short story.

Aldous Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the subject.[1] He notes that "the essay is a literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything".



Page nameDescription
Document:25 Rules of DisinformationRules covering most of the tactics and stratagems employed by disinformation artists to promote official narratives and counter information and arguments that expose them as fraudulent.
Document:911 JFK and War
Document:911 Plotters Bury Anthrax Evidence
Document:Abolish Terrorist AgenciesSwanson characterises Annie Jacobsen's Surprise Kill Vanish as an apology for intelligence agencies. He deconstructs their the official narratives of defending "democracy", claiming that they have "decades of engaging in and provoking terrorism". Citing blowback from their operations as major factors in the growth of the MICC and its climate paranoia and permanent war, he calls for an end to the intelligence agencies.
Document:Aircraft Parts and the Precautionary PrincipleThis explores the refusal of the US authorities to discuss the complete absence of serial-numbered time-change parts from any of the 9/11 crash sites. Quite remarkable considering the authorities' claims that they recovered 95% of the aircraft from the Shanksville crash site.
Document:Ames and Hanssen Driven to Spy by Reckless Double Agent Operations
Document:Anatomy of the Deep StateAn up to date analysis of the deep state in the US from a former insider who does not oppose the official narrative of 9-11.
Document:Democratic State v Deep StateAn excellent introduction to deep politics. By clarifying the real role of the Secret Intelligence Services and the policy agenda they under firm control in most Western 'Democracies' (especially the UKUSA nations), it demonstrates the irrelevance of the party-political masquerade.
Document:Falklands and Chagos - A Tale of Two IslandsThe UK official narrative of the Falklands War is that its primary objective was to free a plucky island people from subjugation by Argentina. This article compares their treatment with that of a similar sized settled, British-protected population, on a similarly remote island archepelago, a decade earlier.
Document:Gladio - The Secret U.S. War To Subvert Italian Democracy
Document:How Russia betrayed AmericaA useful mirror image of the Anglo-US-Nato official narrative about Russia
Document:How They Get Away With ItThe mechanics of a cover-up
Document:Newtown, Old Story
Document:Politics and the English Language
Document:Social Psychology, Religious Belief, Censorship and the HolocaustA psychological examination of "The Holocaust" Official Narrative as a manifestation of religious belief
Document:The Coup of '63, Part 1Part 1 of Mark Gorton's summary of the JFK assassination.
Document:The Israel lobbyA forensic examination of the power of the 'Israel Lobby' in the affairs of the USA, focusing most notably on its influence on US foreign policy and comprising an alliance of Jews, Christian Zionists and Neo-Cons
Document:The Jewish QuestionA review of the historical tensions between the Jewish Diapora and its host nations up to the end of the nineteenth century
Document:The Origins of Labour’s Civil War"The greatest difficulty that the anti-Corbyn MPs, the media and the Tories all share is a fact that they simply cannot stomach: Jeremy Corbyn is the most popular politician in Britain."
Document:The Political Dominance of The CabalThe story of an American political cabal so powerful that it has been able to repress knowledge of its existence for 50 years, and the hidden history of the political force that has dominated American politics for the last 50 years.
Document:The Real American ExceptionalismAn overview of the rights which the US has claimed for itself as the lone superpower: international laws are strictly optional, to be followed only when convenient. "There is a clear correlation between state secrecy and the rule of law — as one grows, the other surely shrinks."
Document:Waging the Battle for RealityA Propagandist’s Journey in Search of his so-called Conspiracist Underground.
File:Demolition access to the WTC towers.pdf
File:Economics in a full world.pdf"The global economy is now so large that society can no longer safely pretend it operates within a limitless ecosystem. Developing an economy that can be sustained within the finite biosphere requires new ways of thinking..."
File:Jonestown.pdfA seminal work on Jim Jones, leader of The People's Temple and the massacre at Johnstown Guyana.
File:Of Money Part 1.pdfPart 1 outlines the history of global monetary/financial systems since the end of WWI and their progressive domination by the United States Federal Reserve system. The essay explains any move by non-WTO countries to conduct trade in currencies other than Dollars, or construct non-Dollar trading blocks, have been so ruthlessly dealt with by the US and its NATO Allies.
File:Of Money Part 2.pdfIn this second part of the essay, the case is made for a 'Perishable currency' regime as a means of dealing with the fundamental problems of our existing interest bearing perpetual money.
File:Pilgrims.pdf"The Pilgrims Society is a cluster of intermarried old-line rich, royals and robber barons who created the world’s financial structure."
File:The Assassinations of the 1960s.pdf
The Bravo Evolution ReportA short Sci-fi essay by anthropologist Oliver Scott Curry from 2006; was picked up by commercially-controlled media.


  1. Aldous Huxley, Collected Essays, "Preface", London: Harper and Brothers, 1960, p. v.