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    Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  mudra on Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:36 pm

    Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YR4CseY9pk


    The revolution itself may not be televised, but on last night's edition of the BBC's Newsnight, viewers may have witnessed the start of one.

    Actor-slash-comedian-slash-Messiah Russell Brand, in his capacity as guest editor of the New Statesman's just-published revolution-themed issue, was invited to explain to Jeremy Paxman why anyone should listen to a man who has never voted in his life.

    "I don't get my authority from this preexisting paradigm which is quite narrow and only serves a few people," Russell responded. "I look elsewhere for alternatives that might be of service to humanity."

    And with that, the first shots of Russell's revolutionary interview were fired.

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Oct 25, 2013 5:04 pm

    Red Scarf :( (not good)

    i've never been in a hotel room
    that ever had a 'red crystal' ball, have you ??? (not good)

    he is worth $15,000,000 - but, what does he really do to make change ?

    he doesn't vote; etc.,

    in fact, this is almost like an advertisement for

    let THE NWO - new world order take over !!!

    - i wonder how many people will really see this,
    for, what it really is ???
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    Post  mudra on Sat Oct 26, 2013 5:22 am

    I don't know the man nor the actor Susan.
    I agree he did'nt come up with anything substantial.
    It reminded me of the 70's when in the Hippie movement I was part of
    we had our heads full of dreams to change the world our parents had built
    by rejecting every bit of it .Most of us were quick to reintegrate the ranks
    when all the hype was over.We were full of hope but immature at the same time.
    But I think we nonetheless created a breach in the ongoing system and or some of us
    the hope goes on which is a good thing.
    What caught my attention is that this was posted on facebook
    by someone that usually does'nt post anything controversial at all.
    So apparently this video goes round and is seen by the least expected people.

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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  Sanicle on Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:17 am

    And it never hurts to wake some people up that there are problems in the way our world is working, even if they don't know the solution. I'm sure many of those who would be fans of his may not have thought along these lines before, so kudos for him if he opens their minds a bit more.

    I was taught many years ago that one has to teach others according to their state of being at the time so they will be able to relate and then, hopefully, move beyond that state. In this particular case I was told that some men can only relate to and, they believe, express love in terms of sex. So that had to be the starting or initial meeting point in order to then go on to show them that love can go far beyond just that expression.
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:26 am




    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    he;s a 1% - if he did that, he'd never work again - his red scarf; and the red crystal ball in the hotel room; were kind of a give away

    the masses who watch TV just think he's stupid - and, the rest of the world - well; a lot of them are still hood-winked - times are changing

    Steve Budge No they don't - they like him - a lot

    Susan Lynne Schwenger well steve; it's a 1% vs 1% - 98% of this world dont' give a XXXX

    Susan Lynne Schwenger funny how hollywood - makes people believe; that an actor is actually a 'real' character

    Steve Budge Something is happening - I think the earth has grown a new nervous system - the internet

    Susan Lynne Schwenger this guy couldn't even keep his ass in a chair - while he was interviewed - most people in TV LA-LA land, will side with the host - and, think he and the rest of anyone who wants any real change is nuts - and; the do NOT vote - THAT is like an automatic shoe-in for NWO - new world order to take over

    Susan Lynne Schwenger the internet; was around - when i was in my 20's - now; i am 54 - you could get on the irc way back then - and, it was interesting way back then too

    Doni Marz whoever did this critical slam/post seems selfishly impatient, demanding of Russell's time and presumptuous of what he may decide to address...as if he were a member of congress or something...am not even a fan of his, just find it odd he's being raked over the coals... he's not even close to being a 1% wage earner so that's off the table...
    ( Please..not into a back & forth debate here..just my 2 cents..) ... guess is that people are so angry & wanting justice, that him or anyone else giving their take become a good target as any...btw, I care very much about the problems asked too, especially the friggin chemtrails... much peace

    Steve Budge http://www.celebritynetworth.com/.../
    Russell Brand Net Worth
    www.celebritynetworth.com
    What is Russell Brand's net worth?

    Susan Lynne Schwenger he said; in the video he is worth now 15,000,000 - what average man is worth that kind of money ???

    Doni Marz That's good money, but still not 1%

    Susan Lynne Schwenger Russell Brand Net Worth
    Russell Brand is an actor, stand up comedian, and radio host with a net worth of $15 million. Russell Brand earned his net worth through his many roles in television, movies and animated films, his stand up comedy routines, as well as co-hosting a radio show called The Russell Brand Show. He was born in Grays, Essex, ...

    Susan Lynne Schwenger at this point; if never works again
    - it was real, but, if he works again, it is definitely NOT real

    Doni Marz yes ..am aware of those things... The real acid test of someone's integrity should be what they do right? like take George Cloony...he makes plenty but has never struck me as greedy

    Steve Budge Russell Brand works for Rothschild

    Doni Marz is that verified?

    Susan Lynne Schwenger and, the hand held phones
    - that some copied the video from TV;
    was VERY VERY likely never intended to hit the internet
    - in the eyes of the TV station who owns the rights to the interview
    - they hoped only their coach potatoes would watch it

    Doni Marz maybe ... it could be speculative

    Steve Budge Doni - I haven't seen copy of his pay check, but he's close to the family http://www.dailymail.co.uk/...
    Russell Brand reveals it's all over with Jemima Khan
    www.dailymail.co.uk
    What a different a month makes in the romantic life of heart-breaker comedian Russell Brand!

    Steve Budge http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...
    Jemima Khan and Kate Rothschild compare notes on racist Twitter abuse - Telegraph
    www.telegraph.co.uk
    Jemima Khan would have been forgiven for keeping her distance from her brother’s estranged wife, Kate Goldsmith, the banking heiress, following her alleged infidelity and the couple’s bitter public spat on Twitter.

    Doni Marz will read now..
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 3:06 am

    "Ok im sick of this topic!
    Russell Brand is in the Illuminati! Hes not here to help us! Ok!?
    he is part of this controlled opposition from the Illuminati
    to gain more support.
    Look at the animated drawing of him with the MC on his forehead.
    If you didnt know that is where your 3rd eye chakra is.
    The enlightened know its important.
    MC in the military is also called Mind Control.
    In Hollywood it is MK'd.
    Russell Brand was Katy Perry's handler. H
    ere are several pictures of him one with the Dalai Lama
    who is a known member of the Illuminati.
    There also is a picture of him with a nyc politician
    saying we should vote for him! When
    in his last interview he says he doesnt believe in voting!
    WTF seriously?
    Hes wearing a swastika, a cross a star of david, a crescent moon with a star,
    a mcdonalds symbol and a male symbol all on the same necklace.
    And what is this messiah complex about?
    he thinks hes Xxxxxxxx Jesus now?
    He is here to lead us to the slaughter!"
    The Eloquent Truth
    er!
    Wake the XXXX up!
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 3:31 am

    russell is NOT the 'right' brand LOL
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:37 am

    Peter Fotis Kapnistos says:
    "All these Brand posters did not spring up overnight....
    they were planned well in advance....
    an MI5 plot to incite violence (Brand revolution)
    it will not happen...
    civilized people are too intelligent...
    go back to standup comedy Mr Brand"


    Susan says...yup, mr. russell brand, is going to find himself to be, a 'NO' Brand LOL
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    Post  mudra on Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:16 am

    Thanks for your insight Susan.

    Russell Brand Calls For “Massive Redistribution of Wealth”, “Socialist Egalitarianism”

    Comedian Calls For Socialism, And He’s Not Joking

    “The plans may differ, the planners are all alike.” -Frederic Bastiat

    Famed comedian Russell Brand has taken a step into the political sphere and become an editor at The New Statesman magazine. His new political agenda he says is a ”socialist egalitarian system” involving a “massive redistribution of wealth”, “heavy taxation of corporations”, and adds that we must address the problem of “profits”. Brand believes that governments need massive centralization, while simultaneously calling for a revolution.

    The New Statesman is a British political magazine published weekly in London. It was founded in 1913, and connected with leading members of the socialist Fabian Society.

    Of course socialism is not revolutionary. Advocating for social safety nets and redistribution of wealth is more about risk aversion. True revolutionaries are risk-takers, and are people who are willing to take risks and accept hardships. Not so with socialism, which creates a nanny state to make decisions for the people. Socialism is central planning. It means central control of your life.

    Brand will likely crush the hopes of many libertarians who see this video and have enjoyed some of his previous TV appearances talking politics. Many people were stirred by Brand’s unwillingness to bend to the narrow political spectrum that the main stream media projects. That’s refreshing no matter what your politics. But his calls for socialism and for taxation show he is clearly not a revolutionary, nor a particularly original thinker. After all, we’ve had despotism for centuries.

    The only truly radical philosophy today is the one that dares to claim that individuals own their own bodies and the fruits of their labors. It is the philosophy centered on economic freedom and personal liberty. It is the philosophy of natural rights and free markets. It is classical liberalism, the true laissez-faire. THAT is revolutionary, my dear friend. Socialism would be a step back.

    Arrow read on: http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=27436

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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  Floyd on Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:37 am

    Russel brand is to thick to work for the illuminati. He is not even a good comic.
    Those who follow politcal utopias that are opposite to socialism are not particularly intelligent either.
    In fact in many ways they are worse.
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    Post  mudra on Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:29 am

    Floyd wrote:Russel brand is to thick to work for the illuminati. He is not even a good comic.
    Those who follow politcal utopias that are opposite to socialism are not particularly intelligent either.
    In fact in many ways they are worse.
    Each time we work in opposition we loose I believe for what has been won by persuasion or force will sooner or later be lost and it's opposite return.

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:53 am

    and, If say you Mudra,
    you have an apple
    and, if say i have an apple
    and,if we exchange these so-called apples
    then, you, Dear mudra, will still have an apple
    and, then I too, will still have an apple !!!

    But, if you have an idea
    and, i have an idea
    and, we exchange the ideas
    then, we shall both have two ideas.

    There are, and, there will be
    times, where two is much better than one !!!

    ~ Susan Lynne Schwenger
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:09 pm

    Tya Jenyce: I am neutral on the subject
    although I like a few things he stated.
    However, I was wondering why every where I looked
    I was seeing something about Russell Brand.

    Peter Fotis Kapnistos:

    see here: http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/10/25/Russell-Brand-Says-a-Socialist-Revolution-is-Coming

    see here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/revolution-may-be-a-tired-word-but-russell-brand-has-struck-a-chord/article15096184/

    see here: http://mashable.com/2013/10/25/russell-brand-revolution/
    Russell Brand Says a Socialist Revolution is Coming
    Via John Podhoretz on Twitter comes this glimpse
    into the mind of a socialist multimillionaire.


    Robert Goyim: He thinks hes che Guevara. what a joke!!

    Susan Lynne Schwenger: He is very soon to be a NO-BRAND
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    Post  mudra on Sun Oct 27, 2013 2:55 pm

    THEeXchanger wrote:and, If say you Mudra,
    you have an apple
    and, if say i have an apple
    and,if we exchange these so-called apples
    then, you, Dear mudra, will still have an apple
    and, then I too, will still have an apple !!!

    But, if you have an idea
    and, i have an idea
    and, we exchange the ideas
    then, we shall both have two ideas.

    There are, and, there will be
    times, where two is much better than one !!!

    ~ Susan Lynne Schwenger
    Yes this is great Susan.
    With the seeds of that apple we may grow an apple tree
    and create abundance for many.How is that for an idea ?

    I have been thinking lately about the day of my departure
    and that I should tell my family and friends not to bring flowers along
    but rather plant a tree in memory of my passage here.
    That would be a nice way of mine to leave
    something usefull to Mother and all of her children.
    Imagine now for a moment every one does this ....
    Do you see it ? ... WOW wonderfull isn't it Big Grin 3 

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:14 pm

    Rock Star Doctor says:

    "www.celebritynetworth.com" says Russell Brand has assets
    of $15 million.
    He is rumoured to have received a settlement of $22 million from Katy Perry
    for his divorce.
    I think that sounds like Mr. Brand is practising Capitalism in a very successful way.
    Ignore what he says and watch how he lives.
    Remember... he's an actor.
    Anything he utters is calculated to keep him in the public eye.
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:34 pm

    Concerned Citizen ETown

    Yawn... Ironic that she mentioned Mick Jagger,
    because a few years later he left Britain due to punitive income taxes (70-80%)
    on the very wealthy.
    Bono moved his music library from Ireland a few years back for the same reason,
    to lower the taxes he paid.

    Russell Brand's hefty bank account also puts paid to the idea
    that he's somehow "above the fray" and not part of the problem?

    Wouldn't it be nice if Hollywood millionaires
    would stop telling normal people how to live?
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:40 pm

    Elizabeth Renzetti
    ‘Revolution’ may be a tired word, but Russell Brand has struck a chord

    Elizabeth Renzetti

    The Globe and Mail

    Published Saturday, Oct. 26 2013, 12:00 AM EDT

    If you haven’t seen comedian Russell Brand’s call to revolution, don’t worry – it probably means you’re over 30, which can’t be helped. Before you know it, some wise young person in your sphere will forward it with the subject line “This!”

    Mr. Brand appeared this week on BBC Newsnight, interviewed by Jeremy Paxman, the vinegary elder statesman of British broadcasting. The comedian had just guest-edited a copy of the British political magazine The New Statesman on the subject of revolution and was invited to expand on his views.

    What transpired was an incendiary confrontation that will be shown repeatedly when they make a program called Take That, Old Man: Golden Moments in Inter-Generational Conflict. Think of the Sex Pistols’ Olympian feat of swearing on the Today show in 1976, or Mick Jagger on World in Action in 1967, telling a bunch of sour-faced pillars of the community that young people had been screwed over, which is why they were angry: “The system has done them no good at all, otherwise they wouldn’t be looting and burning.”

    Mr. Brand, who is a modern, meditating, vegan, recovering-junkie kind of rock star, echoed those sentiments 50 years later. He doesn’t vote, he told a baffled Mr. Paxman, because voting would legitimize a corrupt system; the revolution is on the way, “I ain’t got a flicker of a doubt.” And while he doesn’t know what will replace the current bankrupt hierarchies, it “shouldn’t destroy the planet, shouldn’t create massive economic disparity, shouldn’t ignore the needs of the people.”

    He used the word “paradigm” a distressing amount. He had an unfortunate tendency to sound like Dennis the revolutionary peasant in Monty Python and the Holy Grail – “We’re an anarcho-syndicalist commune!” – when he said he wanted “a socialist egalitarian system based on the massive redistribution of wealth, heavy taxation of corporations and massive responsibilities for energy companies and any companies exploiting the environment.” He did not address the contradictions presented by his own Hollywood-fattened bank account (although he writes about this tension in his New Statesman essay, which is worth a read).

    You could dismiss him for those reasons, but it would be a mistake. Mr. Brand’s rant struck a big, brassy chord; he’s given shape to an inchoate sense of anger and frustration, especially among the have-not generation. The clip of his appearance was forwarded to me by a talented, ambitious and politically disengaged 21-year-old with the words “All of my beliefs were verbalized by an unlikely fellow yesterday. All of my friends/colleagues and I agree wholehearted with it.”

    It’s true: A man who rose to fame on the catchphrase “I’m pulling down my trousers and my pants” while hosting a chat show about Big Brother (the annoying television one, not Orwell’s) might seem an unusual Pied Piper for social change. But when the political system looks increasingly absurd – and you need only look to the kindergarten-style scrapping in Canada’s Senate or the tumbleweeds that recently rolled past the monuments in Washington – the absurdists look rational. In his interview, Mr. Brand pointed to the fact that the British government is suing the European Union to remove a cap on bankers’ bonuses on the fifth anniversary of the financial crisis – if that isn’t head-spinning farce, what is?

    The web of trust and civic engagement meant to bind a society is fraying. You could choose any number of indicators pointing to this, but here’s just one from south of the border: Just 19 per cent of Americans trust their federal government most of the time, compared with 75 per cent 50 years ago, according to Pew Research.

    It’s hardly surprising that equal-opportunity arch-mocker Jon Stewart won a poll as the most respected news source in America, or that Italian comedian Beppe Grillo’s upstart political party, which operates on a populist, nose-thumbing, anti-austerity platform, garnered a quarter of the votes in the Italian elections this year.

    “Revolution” is a tired word, as John Lennon knew, and we all want to see the plan. Mr. Brand, more heart than head, was slammed for a lack of specific ideas – and for wanting to burn the whole house down when a medium-sized reno would do. He may be a useful pamphleteer, but other people are doing the hard graft of creating alternatives.

    The seeds are there, if not for revolution then at least for change: The same day Mr. Brand’s interview ricocheted around in-boxes, there was a business story in The Guardian newspaper about a bunch of economics students at the University of Manchester who got tired of being taught only one, free-market-based set of theories and principles. They have created something called the Post-Crash Economics Society to expand their knowledge of economics history and the different models that have arisen over the years. Their slogan: “The world has changed, the syllabus hasn’t – isn’t it time to do something about it?”

    That’s pretty good, although you could always give it a twist: “The world has changed, and the comedians are the only ones making sense.” Now that’s a funny thought.
    (END OF ARTICLE)

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    HJK

    Yes, Russel Brand is the most revolutionary force since Jesus
    and quite possibly the Second Coming of jesus,
    invisible to all but those in the know like the cognoscenti of Entertainment Tonight.
    Beside Russel Brandname, Marx, Mao and Einstein are but lightweights.
    Can we now hire some serious writers for this rag?


    Luca Riffer

    As an old fart who has nonetheless changed to way
    I bank, shop, read the news etc because of disruptive technology,
    Mr. Brand and his young horde needs to mobilize the internet
    as the obvious new replacement for western democracy's creaky old polling booth set-up. Imagine this scenario in October 2015 (next Federal election in Canada):
    rather than 14 million voters participating "old style"
    as we would expect, a youth movement convinced 5 million of those to shift
    their vote via a new "open" democracy voting platform,
    and attracted another 5 million who never vote to also login on that day . .
    PRESTO you have 10 million Canadian electing their own slate versus 9 million Canadians voting Conservative, Liberal or NDP . .
    tell me that result wouldn't carry some weight.
    I'm not a software geek, but a popular voting app can't be that complicated.
    Come on Mr. Brand, let the revolution begin . .

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    I guess, Mr. Luca Riffer,
    old fart, that he claims to be,
    missed the part,
    about Mr. Russel no - Brand leading a group; that is NOT to vote ???
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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:57 am

    Alexis Yau Marina
    any idea of his Rising sign? I know he is Sun Gemini, Moon Aries
    which will account for his quick silver tongue and punch...
    would be interested to know his AC though...
    Im seeing scorpio in those eyes! Or could he be saggy Rising??

    Karen Mankoo He is nevertheless talking about issues on mainstream media
    that don't get talked about EVER...Saville, being one.
    The fact he is getting lamestream time is very odd...

    Nathan Mitchell Quote is out of context. Eloquent speech.
    He's undergoing Uranus conjunct Mars. That's what's in his eyes.
    A fantastic voice for the Uranus side of the Uranus Pluto Square.

    Curtis Manwaring The key to knowing where he stands is where he uses that 15M.

    Evelyn Roberts He simply gets paid that much, he isn't a corporation!
    Not his fault that we as a society consider entertainers that much more valuable
    than educators, etc. Look to where he spends his money rather
    than how much he makes, he is a huge supporter of charities.
    He's a very bad boy, but a very brave and candid human being
    (in my very personal opinion) who voices what a lot of people are feeling.
    Let's not fall into that old trap of killing the messenger,
    because when it comes down to it, it is only about the message.
    The sole reason he is getting all this airplay is because he is speaking
    for so many people, and his fame and notoriety are why he has the platform.
    His eyes are very intense, but when he is laughing they are incredibly bright.
    Perhaps late Scorpio MC, and late Cap rising...
    although there is no absolutely confirmed birth time (he claims midnight).
    He was born the same day and year as Angelina Jolie,
    and both epitomize that Moon/Mars in Aries,
    wild and passionate emotional drives, sometimes extreme and shocking.

    Dia Herndon Uranus conjunct Mars-Moon conjunction!
    Really Marina he's using his fame to give a voice to
    what untold millions of us are thinking.
    You can't hold it against him that he's become successful,
    you heard him describe where he came from.

    Sangeeta Kawatra Hello people....
    just in case there is anyone out there who does not know
    what controlled opposition looks like, here is an example.
    Its Russel Brand, the Che Guava of our time,
    the new Messiah who is going to take the disenfranchised
    through the revolution!
    Will he XXXX!
    he is an Xxxxxxx, and he is 100% controlled,
    he is crying for a revolution, begging people to take to the streets...
    his puppet masters like to control every eventuality,
    they know people are starting to cotton on,
    and so they are providing "Leaders" to steer the sheeple in a direction
    they are prepared for!
    they have at their disposal the military and police,
    taking to the streets will achieve diddly twat.
    Brand will not be steering people towards NON-COMPLIENCE,
    people on mass saying no to vaccines, bucking the TV out the window, stopping their education/indoctrination etc etc.
    That is their worst fear, that we all just stop playing their game!
    And in case anyone dont know,
    Brand's ex wife was MK Ultra,
    and I am sure that if I was to devote the least bit of time to the Xxxxxxx,
    I would find that the common working class roots he claims to have sprung from,
    are probably not so common!
    He may be spouting an awful lot of truth, but thats how they work,
    how else would he appeal to the audience he is hoping to attract.
    This interview looks like it was scripted and rehearsed!
    via Sandra Barr.
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    Evelyn Roberts Check out his eyes on this interview,
    Marina: http://www.channel4.com/news/russell-brand-on-drugs-savile-and-yoga-video
    Russell Brand on drugs, Savile and yoga - video

    Marina E Partridge Sorry folks.
    There are lots of things he could talk about that would make me think he was more genuine. He doesn't feel right to me. So he's an ex drug addict..
    yeah, yeah all the things that make us think he's a redeemed messiah.
    I personally don't think profit is a dirty word if you come up from the working classes
    and have made good. Yes it IS what you do with it.
    I haven't seen him talk about what he does with it!!
    Its the top 1% I'm pissed off about. We should switch off our tvs,
    stop taking in this garbage and get reading.
    Anything worth knowing is occult, if you go through history all the real revolutionaries
    were harassed or killed. Easy for him to condemn Saville now.
    He did loads of charity work too... I had the same feeling about Saville
    as I have about Brand.
    They say Bob Geldof is also "controlled opposition", but at least he did go out and do something for the Ethiopians. What do I know tho,
    I don't have time for tv, just going by gut feeling.

    Lynda Hill He's having both Uranus and Pluto transits. I think he's the real deal myself.

    Lynda Hill He has major Aries energy - I think that's what you're seeing in his eyes.

    Susan Lynne Schwenger $15 million plus another $22 from his xwife = he's a 37 million dollar man

    Marina E Partridge
    What was all the fuss about? Brand standing up to Paxman? What?!!.Brand just kept repeated himself. I wasn't convinced, sorry. Yes, he is witty and clever, a fast thinking jester. But look into his eyes, odd...


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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:21 pm

    WHO IS RUSSELL BRAND?

    Russell Brand is dating Jemima Khan (nee Goldsmith).

    Jemima's father was Sir James Michael "Jimmy" Goldsmith
    a billionaire financier and tycoon.

    Jemima has two brothers; Zac Goldsmith Tory MP
    who is married to Alice ROTHSCHILD,
    and another brother called Ben Goldsmith,
    who up until last year was married to Kate ROTHSCHILD.


    Nice Masonic handshake with Queen Lizzy
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:30 pm

    Reirani Taurima says:
    And so begins the Re-Branding of the Russell,
    one of the only people to articulately step forward
    from within the illuminated halls of Hollywood and attempt to incite a Revolution,
    cause we all know how much the PTB love a Revolution
    As conspiracy theorists, who are ultimately just as likely to fall for cointelpro ops as anyone, begin to share pictures of him shaking the Queens hand (gasp!),
    or wearing the "Eye" on a t-shirt,
    or Xxxxxxxx a Rothschild (he's Xxxxxx just about everything else already),
    I realize we still have so far to go. We may be awake, but can we critically THINK?
    Because this is like waking up in a lucid nightmare and shooting the first thing you see,
    you're so damn traumatized you cant tell who's who so you pull the trigger on the one person who might have led you to your escape pod.

    Yes, cointelpro is earning their keep as the Master says "No, No, No Mr Brand,
    you may NOT wake a sleeping sheeple so publicly,
    you may NOT speak these truths too loudly, and you may NOT start a Revolution.

    And though we haven't devised a decent way to off you without inciting said Revolution,
    we too can play at the social media game, trusting that even the weary awakened ones
    are still too lost in the fog to figure out where North is".

    And it works, and the sheeple share and shake their heads around the fire,
    passing captioned still photographs amongst themselves that prove this mans in-validity and render years of his articulate heartcall to action inert.

    And as they do the fire slowly dies out, and there they are, still stuck in the mud,
    in the middle of nowhere, just like they supposed to be.

    Remember this as you walk the media minefields of the coming days my friends,
    days in which our world begins to turn upside down and your compass reads "WTF?".

    IF YOU'RE NOT TAKING FIRE, YOU'RE NOT OVER THE TARGET. #Baaaaaaah

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:41 pm

    and, this...

    http://quantumprophecy.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/who-do-you-trust-series-russell-brand/

    Posted: October 27, 2013 in Who do you Trust?

    The New World Order is a political ideology
    which aims to unite the world under a single tyrannical government.
    ..today, the truth movement aims to inform the masses
    of the malevolent New World Order agenda.

    An ever-increasing number of people have un-plugged from this ‘pseudo-reality matrix’
    and have awoken to the conspiracy which has enslaved mankind.
    People have lost faith in the mainstream media,
    there is an abundance of ‘alternative media’ outlets
    and truth movement ‘celebrities’ (the ‘pied-pipers’)
    for which the ‘awakened’ seek their information.

    This article is a part of the “Who do you Trust?” series.

    I do enjoy Russell Brand as a comedian and his general ‘occupy Wall Street’
    inequality rhetoric is somewhat refreshing to hear in the mainstream.
    However, he will pose no threat to the establishment (and neither will anybody else)
    until he begins to talk of oligarchy and names those elite families
    of inter-generational Satanists with the aim of exposing their worldwide pedophile networks
    & ritualistic tendencies.

    Brand has recently started calling for a political and philosophical revolution
    and he states: “I don’t get my authority from this preexisting paradigm,
    which is quite narrow and only serves a few people”.

    As blogger Thomas Sheridan states, Brand’s recent interview on the BBC
    with Jeremy Paxman is a classic example of show-business
    being used as a social engineering tool.

    As stated on Red Ice Creation: “His new political agenda he says
    is a ‘socialist egalitarian system’ involving a “massive redistribution of wealth”,
    “heavy taxation of corporations”, and adds that we must address the problem of profits.”

    So many people have been wooed by the hypnotic quality of Brand’s “revolutionary proposal”
    yet many fail to see the problems with his political ideology:
    he is calling for socialism!

    What is socialism? Socialism advocates either severe limitation
    or total ownership and regulation of property, production, distribution
    and trade by the community or state.

    Karl Marx is regarded as the father of modern communism and the Marxist theory states: “Socialism is merely a transitional state between the end of capitalism 935138_10151956542197145_152115628_n and the start of communism.”

    Communist nations generally require the removal or complete regulation of religion
    – the state replaces God.

    National Socialism blended with fascism was the political\economic ideology of Hitler and the Nazi’s. Typically monarchs and oligarchs favor systems such as socialism and communism or fascism and totalitarianism – the “isms”,
    where taxes are high and individual freedoms are limited
    or where individuals are entirely subject to the state!

    Who is Russell Brand?

    Russell Brand (born 1975) is an English comedian, actor, radio host, and author.

    According to Wikipedia: “He dresses in a flamboyant bohemian fashion…
    He has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and bipolar disorder…

    Brand cites his practice of Transcendental Meditation as a significant factor
    in his recovery from drug addiction.”

    Of course, it is always a great testimony, to hear somebody beating a drug addiction
    and at present, I don’t believe Brand to be a shill
    or somebody who is deliberately trying to deceive the masses.

    However, both his political and spiritual outlook are tenets of the New World Order.

    His political stance is well summarized on Red Ice Creation:
    ”Despite Brand’s refreshing candor and undeniable “charm,”
    his misunderstanding of the true nature of centralization of government power
    is unforgivable.
    It’s intellectually lazy and in truth, dangerous…
    Communism and socialism have been responsible for the death of
    possibly hundreds of millions of people in eastern Europe and Asia
    in the last century.

    The butchery of despotic socialist dictators such as Adolf Hitler, Mao Tse Tung,
    Che Guevera, Fidel Castro and Pol-Pot are historic testimonies
    as to the eventual endgame of the centralization of government power”

    27435brand
    What does he Believe?

    Brand believes in God.
    From what I gather, he believes in and an impersonal god (a force)
    an eternal universe.

    He is influenced by Hinduism and Eastern Mysticism
    (and seems to share the beliefs of David Icke) and clearly believes in the ‘New Age’.

    Brand states: ”It’s difficult to believe in yourself because the idea of self is an artificial construction. You are, in fact, part of the glorious oneness of the universe.”

    Although the words “New Age” could cause one to assume that these beliefs are new,
    little is new in the New Age Movement.

    The words “New Age” are derived from the idea that the world
    is about to enter a utopian age of Aquarius. Douglas R. Groothuis,
    research associate with Probe Ministries (Seattle, Wash.),
    identifies six distinctives of New Age thinking:

    All is One
    All is God
    Humanity is God
    A change in consciousness
    All religions are one
    Cosmic evolutionary optimism

    So why do I believe the New Age religion is dangerous?

    It promotes inter-faith, unity and compromise (compromise of absolute truth),
    it claims we must all embrace our “oneness” to reach a higher state of consciousness

    – and this is exactly what is required for a New World Order to be successful

    – a population who will unite and compromise on truth.

    The New Age is riddled with Freemasonic philosophy and pseudo-intellectual claims.

    As David Stewart rightfully states, mass-marketed false spiritualism,
    also known as the New Age movement is: “…an expansive idea cantered around
    the birth of a new world ‘consciousness.’

    As a religion of monism (all is one), New Agers aim to accomplish what the builders
    of the Tower of Babel failed to do

    — unify the masses of the world under a single religious umbrella, and, at the macro level, harmonically converge the world’s energies with the power of Gaia.

    To promote such goals, New Agers claim that God is pantheistic
    (God is all and all is God) and that humans are divine members of the whole ‘that God is’.”

    The false spiritual movement is appealing for those who wish to find meaning
    in whatever suits their taste, rather than searching out truth.

    In my book, Quantum Prophecies: Babylon Resurrected, I state that:
    “Mystery Babylon is a universal religion…
    it is manifesting in a way like never before and as the modern-day globalists
    work towards a “common purpose”…
    we are witnessing the rise of eastern mysticism and the New Age
    – this is the resurrection of Babylon.” I believe there are three aspects to the resurrection of Babylon (a.k.a the New World Order):

    Temporal or physical – a literal rebuilding of the ancient city.

    Spiritual and religious – Mystery Babylon, in all its variety, is the universal religion of fallen man.

    Ideological or political – this is the building of one-world fascist government which has been centuries in the making (it is driven by the spiritual realm).

    As previously mentioned, the New World Order is a political ideology
    which aims to unite the world under a single tyrannical government.

    However, it is actually more than a simple political ideology, it is spiritually driven. The pied-pipers of the truth movement such as David Icke, David Wilcock and now Russell Brand, along with documentaries such as Thrive and Zeitgeist, all promote the New Age religion.

    I don’t believe Brand is a “disinformation agent” but I do believe he is serving a function.

    I do believe David Icke to be a disinformation agent and I also believe Thrive and Zeitgeist
    are used to deceive the masses.

    As Frank Garvey states: “The New Age focuses so much on a myth of individual and social transformation through “Unstoppable Love” and disapproves (so obliquely but fiercely) of any expression of anger and therefore actual rebellion.

    Obliquely, so as to prevent any feedback or critique.”

    - I will be adding more content to this article at a later date but until then
    “peace, love and light-bulbs be with you”.
    Oh, and don’t think any negative thoughts or they might manifest within
    your eternal oneness of self-being consciousness…

    This article was composed by: Benjamin Nehemiah, author of Quantum Prophecies:
    Babylon Resurrected

    http://quantumprophecy.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/who-do-you-trust-series-russell-brand/

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    Mike says:
    October 27, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    This article is so negative and bias. It does not reflect the realities of modern slavery in the current system of Governance. It plays on the mystical model.
    Liking socialism to communism is absolute deceit and bringing back the stories of communism from the past to scare mongering people in believing that the current system is God \and there will not be another day after the fall of the current political western system
    if absolute fabrication and wrong.
    The author must be an agent paid by the system to deplore change.


    bencoates11 says:
    October 28, 2013 at 7:20 pm

    No, the author is not a paid agent. I just dont put my faith into solutions proposed by Russell Brand.


    JOHN says:
    October 28, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Russel Brand is 1. an actor, with
    2. a bipolar disorder in a hypomanic phase.
    3. An ego maniac, and
    4. an opportunist using his celebrity status (during a hypomanic phase)
    to ride the wave of protest that WE have been building.

    All the energy of the various Occupy movements will be drained and lead into the desert (by design) and the structural heart torn out. (Divide et Impera).

    Ride the wave with him, out of the muddy puddle, but do not follow the hypomanic Jesus Christ actor.

    JvZ
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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:49 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NaSYrVbH6c

    Russel Brand Busted as Katy Perry's Illuminati Handler



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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:53 pm

    on a side note;
    it is always a good thing
    when you are about to watch, or have watched something like that the video above,
    that, you:

    "command and demand...
    that only those things,
    that are in 100% alignment
    with your missions, your purposes and your tasks
    can have any access to you,
    all other connections,
    are to be electrocuted, ended, and, expired immediately.
    and, simply sign it off, with your soul sigil aka your soul signature"
    ~ Susan Lynne Schwenger
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    Re: Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:59 pm

    http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours
    By Becca Longmire On September 30, 2013
    'I'm Currently Single': Russell Brand Isn't Dating Anyone Despite Jemima Khan Romance Rumours

    Russell then went on to kiss members of the audience at Saturday night's show

    Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours#PYkHl1DAExvxRj0I.99

    Russell Brand and Jemima Khan may have been spotted looking cosy a couple of weeks ago, but the comedian has now revealed that he is officially single once again, before then going on to "make out" with a bunch of girls in the front row of one of his shows over the weekend.

    It was just two weeks ago that Russell was snapped walking arm in arm with millionaireness Jemima, but it seems like the relationship may have been over before it had even begun, as the Brit confirmed his single status to an excited crowd on Saturday night in Atlanta, according to the Mail Online.

    "I'm currently single," declared Brand, who was finishing up the US leg of his Messiah Complex world tour.

    Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours#PYkHl1DAExvxRj0I.99


    Russell poses after wrapping his legs ladies' underwear (Photo: Splash News)

    The 38-year-old was back to his womanising ways, it seems, as he took a pair of pink ladies underwear that had been thrown at him on stage, before promptly wrapping them around his legs and falling to the floor.

    This is when he started to grab screaming fans and allegedly "make out with them", with pictures showing Brand getting rather up, close and personal with one lady in particular.

    Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours#PYkHl1DAExvxRj0I.99


    Brand's single announcement comes after The Daily Star recently reported
    that things had been far from well between the pair,
    with insiders claiming that Jemima is freaked out by Russell's overbearing behaviour.

    "Jemima’s started to get a bit freaked out by Russell’s relentless affection,"
    the source revealed to the paper.

    The Get Him to Greek star recently hinted that he had found a special lady in his life,
    telling The Guardian that he was smitten with a mystery woman
    and officially off the dating scene.

    The comedian confided to the paper: "I normally fancy lots of girls but right now
    I really like another one, and I'm not interested in anybody else.
    It's a bit like finding a surprise ballroom in your house."

    Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours#PYkHl1DAExvxRj0I.99



    Russell and Jemima were snapped taking a stroll in NYC just 2 weeks ago (Photo: Splash News)

    However, Jemima, who was married to former cricketer Imran Khan for nine years, has allegedly been telling her inner circle that while she likes Russell, she's concerned that the comedian has become addicted to her.

    The source added: "She’s described him as compulsive and obsessive. It’s like he’s addicted to her. She likes him but it’s still too much.

    "Jemima fears Russell’s obsession is more about his demons than it is about her."

    Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/127906/Im-Currently-Single-Russell-Brand-Isnt-Dating-Anyone-Despite-Jemima-Khan-Romance-Rumours#PYkHl1DAExvxRj0I.99
















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    Post  Sanicle on Tue Oct 29, 2013 12:01 am

    mudra wrote:

    I have been thinking lately about the day of my departure
    and that I should tell my family and friends not to bring flowers along
    but rather plant a tree in memory of my passage here.
    That would be a nice way of mine to leave
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    Imagine now for a moment every one does this ....
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