Alexander Baron And The ITMA Label:
A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography
(2013)


January 1, 2013: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Birmingham: Variety
Liverpool: The School For Wives
London, Drury Lane: Ah! Quelle Folie
London, Royal College of Art: 1976 card
London, Stoll Theatre: Titus Andronicus
Nottingham: Eileen Joyce
York: Gracie Fields
York: Theatre Royal headed notepaper.


January 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Bankers’ Conspiracy Unmasked
Two non-weddings, three bike rides and a funeral in the soaps with a photograph.


January 2: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Aldwych: Three Way Switch
Alexandra Palace: Carlo Curley
Bristol: Dark Of The Moon
Luton: Blithe Spirit
Nottingham Empire: August 13, 1951
Westminster: Any Other Business
Westminster: Ride! Ride!


January 2: The Full Tilt Poker Mini-Series begins Sunday

The above had all of 5 views when Silverberg pulled it. He didn’t say so in many words but he appears not to want anymore poker articles. Sigh. I posted it to Usenet - waste not want not - although without the links...what the fuck. Before that I added another blog: How To Minimise Link Rot

No more Digital Journal today. Sigh.


January 2: I decided instead to add a few more to the Webb site, thus:
Colchester: Birthday Honours
Luton, Grand Theatre: two more programmes
Richmond: No More A-Roving
Royal College of Art: 1969 - invitation card.


January 3: If you’re Irish, come to The Gathering was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 3: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

London: Promenade Concerts, 1958
London: Saville Theatre - Jerome Robbins
Luton: Choir Festival, 1949?
S.S. Southern Cross menu - undated.


January 3: On this site:

I altered one word in Leroy’s meeting with Deborah Lipstadt: don’t became doesn’t. Small but significant in this instance. I’ve also started converting quotes to smart quotes. I’ve already done that for double quotes; I can’t see me doing as thorough a job for single ones, alas.

According to the Motigo counter I put on the HomePage, the new archive has had very few hits over the past few days. However, a tweet I sent out was retweeted shortly after, on December 21 last year by an archivist to 383 of his followers - see the screengrab below. This led to a lot of hits in a short space of time, and apparently to some heavy downloading according to my more detailed hosting statistics. I hope/expect this archive to become very popular over the coming years.

The poem Salvation was added
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 1-3, 2013 was added.


January 4: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: two more programmes, one with an insert
Dunstable: April 19, 1964
London: Abracadabra Honeymoon
Luton: The Passion..., March 1951
Nottingham Empire: three more programmes
St. Albans: Pilgrimage of Youth
Wisborough Green: Brian Viner Edsall (1909-1986).


January 4: Money doesn’t come from nowhere, says Grant Shapps — Yes it does! was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


January 4: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Amsterdam: Aero Hotel
Great Bookham: King Lear
Los Angeles: Hollywood Hoot
Royal Albert Hall: An Evening Of Organ Music

Two of the above have inserts.


January 5: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Bradford: one from the Prince’s Theatre
Chichester 1978 with enclosure
Globe Theatre: A Man For All Seasons
Lyric Theatre: Grab Me A Gondola
Nottingham Empire: another two programmes
Open Space Theatre: And They Put Handcuffs On The Flowers
Queen’s Garden Party invitation - two documents
Spree Theatre Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.


January 5: Blood on the streets — from Eltham to Sandy Hook was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 5: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: six more programmes
London: Let My People Come
Los Angeles, UCLA: Ballet programme with insert
Old Vic: Henry VIII - another production.


January 6: Wishbone Ash on tour and on tour was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 6: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Aldwych: Dear Delinquent
Apollo Theatre: The Happiest Days Of Your Life
Badges: scans of a few owned by David Webb
Bradford: three from the Prince’s Theatre, the last of these as far as I can tell
Joint Stock Theatre Group: A Thought In 3 Parts
London: Bless The Bride
London: Oliver!
London: another 2 theatre guides, circa 1947-8
Luton: Arthur Davies tribute, 1977.


January 7: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Apollo Theatre: Pieces Of Eight
Globe Theatre: While The Sun Shines
Palladium: High Time!
Saville Theatre: Valmouth.


January 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Miami Justice — Unfortunately for Krishna Maharaj with a new photograph
Fat cats prosper under Cameron’s austerity
Rape — What India can learn from the UK with a photograph.


January 7: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Lindsay Kemp - Flowers
Phoenix Theatre: Carte Blanche
Royal Opera House: Sylvia
The Round House: Decameron ’73
Wyndham’s Theatre: Once A Catholic.


January 8: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Film Censorship..., by R.S. Camplin
Royal Court Theatre - Sloane Square
The Navy’s Here!, by Captain Bernard Acworth
The Place Of Law In The Field Of Sex, 1972 Beckly Lecture.


January 8: The following were added to this site:

A (long overdue) legal notice re copyright
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 4-8, 2013.


January 9: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Phoenix Theatre: Canterbury Tales
Samuel Courtauld Memorial Exhibition, 1948
Stratford-upon-Avon - church ticket.


January 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Tackling low risk offenders — A step in the right direction
Four crimes that need to be solved this year with a photograph.


January 9: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

City of London: Guildhall Banquet, 1961
London: Caviar To The General
London: Don’t Shoot We’re English
London: House of Lords - Guide
London: Sexual Perversity In Chicago...
Shaw’s Corner.


January 11: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Britain To-day - articles from this magazine: October 1950, August 1951, September 1951, November 1951, (2 from) December 1951, and January 1952.
Chelsea Boys Club, 1973
London, Mermaid Theatre: Bernard Shaw
London: Jubilee Girl
London: On A Foggy Day
London: Tarantara! Tarantara!
Pornography And Hate
What Good English Means to You.


January 11: Two original BBC crime dramas with two photographs was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 11: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

National Theatre: The Misanthrope
Regent Theatre: Let My People Come - the second one
Wimbledon Theatre: two programmes, one with an insert

I also added a paragraph to the HomePage, the one beginning: “The dates given herein are for guidance only.”


January 12: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

An article from Britain To-day, October 1951
Evidence To The Committee On OBSCENITY and FILM CENSORSHIP, by DLAS, April 1978
Little Old King Cole and enclosure
Queen’s Theatre: The Card.


Circa January 12: The following were published on SongFacts:

Bend And Snap
Blood In The Water
Chip On My Shoulder
Daughter Of Delta Nu
Find My Way/Finale
Ireland
Legally Blonde
Positive
Serious
So Much Better
Take It Like A Man
The Harvard Variations
There! Right There!
What You Want
Whipped Into Shape

All the above are from the musical Legally Blonde and are credited to the Cast.


January 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The London Underground And Its World Famous Map with a new photograph
The Campaign for Better Transport Petition against Fare Rises

Shortly, the former became The London Underground and its world famous map.


January 13: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Harrogate: Salad Days
Luton: Housemaster
Luton: Pygmalion - signed
Northern Theatre: Love Kevin
Nottingham: Death Of A Salesman
Nottingham: Private Lives
Nottingham: The School For Scandal
Queen’s Theatre: The Patrick Pearse Motel
Richmond: No Concern Of Mine
Westminster: Mrs Gibbons’ Boys.


January 13: Abraham Lincoln — Spielberg’s fiction v historical fact was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 13: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive where the following programmes were added; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion. All are from Nottingham Playhouse:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Amphitryon - 38
Captain Carvallo
Eden End
Hamlet
Here Choose I
The Admirable Crichton
The Immortal Lady
The Merry Wives Of Windsor.


January 15: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Adelphi Theatre: Auntie Mame
Adelphi Theatre: Charlie Girl
Anna Russell - Sunday, December 6
Apollo: one page from an already published programme
Britain To-day - two articles and the back cover (as well as the front)
Derby: Doctor Glas
Piccadilly Theatre: Romanoff And Juliet
Richmond Theatre: Tea And Sympathy
Westminster Theatre: Carmen Amaya - a leaflet.


January 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Two slightly unusual murder trials with a new photograph
Britain’s Food Police in action with a photograph
Confronting War Ten Years On — An international conference.


January 15: The following letters were added to Taha’s site:

Boxing News, August 3, 2007 - includes another letter due to page layout
New Zealand News UK, September 29, 2004
Times Educational Supplement, July 30, 2010.


January 15: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive for:

Boulevard Theatre: Let My People Come plus leaflet
Coliseum: The Pajama Game.


January 15: On this site I did some general editing including correcting a minor typo to Intellectual Property And The Shareware Concept - who’s to whose. I’ve also been replacing single straight quotes with smart quotes and shortening a few links - mainly at the ends of pages - so they don’t run into each other.

The screengrabs below were added; only the e-mail from the British Library has also been included in the Image Gallery. I must say, I’ve always found it novel that any organisation or individual should ask for permission to archive a publicly accessible website. The caricature at the end here has been added to the Cartoon Gallery.

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Re the three SongFacts Calendar screengrabs above; I keep saying I won’t include anymore of these, but... The third is deliberately larger than the other two. It shows the total number of dates in the database. I made these January 13, 2013; they’ve probably been there for sometime but I have better things to do than pester Carl for chronologies all the time, and he has far beter things to do than humour me.

All but the entry for Lynott’s death in the first screengrab were submitted by me; that had already been there for sometime. The second one, only the following entries are mine: August 2, 1910 (this needs editing); May 1, 1975. The third screengrab, only the date of birth of George Formby may have been submitted by someone else (or entered by Carl).


Al’s caricature on SongFacts. At the time of writing, I haven’t worn glasses since 2008!

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 9-15, 2013 was also added.


January 16: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:
Cambridge Theatre: Who’s Your Father?
London Hippodrome: two programmes for variety shows
London Palladium: Swinging Down The Lane!
London Palladium: March 28, 1955
Palace Theatre: Where’s Charley?


January 16: A PDF scan of New TARGET ISS: 49 was added to Archive.Org.


January 16: The London Helicopter Crash — A wake up call for austerity was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 17: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Actor’s Benevolent Fund leaflet
London: Something’s Afoot
The Pornography Of Performance

A section relating to the Royal Family was added, which includes scans of tickets to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle - four files in total.


January 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A Straight Look at the Jimmy Savile Inquiry
Nigerian fraud scam artist gets six years with a photograph.


January 18: The following were published on Taha’s site in chronological order:

Story Paper Collectors’ Digest, January 1995 - includes the front cover and the whole of page 15 as a PDF.
Evening Standard, October 26, 2004
London Metro, October 12, 2011 - this scan includes letters from other people.


January 18: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Antony Grey Group: and Individual Counsellor
The Role Of The Teacher
Royal College of Art - a card, 1973
When The Sex Revolution Fails.


January 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Gags to Riches’ with a photograph
Max Bygraves — An additional legacy.


January 18: On this site I added:

Barry Takes It Up The Bum
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 16-8.


January 19: The paperback edition of John Christie Of Rillington Place was published.

Included here are scans of the front cover and the two pages on which my name appears - misspelled!

Acknowledgements
Page 201

In addition to helping in a very small way I supplied the author with a copy of The Ballad Of John Christie.

See also the entry for the hardback edition.


January 19: On Taha’s site:

77% Against Live Exports - a political leaflet he wrote in 1995
I added hard copy of his letters in the Evening Standard, July 18, 2011 and August 4, 2011 - in addition to the screengrabs already posted. The former includes other letters due to the layout.


January 19: ‘Inside Death Row’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


January 19: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Aldwych: Watch It, Sailor!
Frankie Howerd Thanksgiving Service
Luton & Bedfordshire - four documents from the 1940s
Nottingham Playhouse - five programmes
Nottingham Repetory Theatre - two programmes
Sex Education In Schools
Stoll Theatre: Kismet
Two more articles from Britain To-day.


January 20: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

But Where Is Love?
Coliseum: The Most Happy Fella
Saying No Isn’t Always Easy
Strand Theatre: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum.


January 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Lance Armstrong —The Lord Archer of Cycling
The Power of A Comma - a blog.


January 21: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Bradford, Alhambra: No No Nanette
Britain To-day, June 1951 - an article
Esperanto For Beginners
Front covers from fives programmes - including two inserts - and four from Playbill magazine
London: Annie Get Your Gun
London: Cards Of Identity
London: Finian’s Rainbow
London: The Lady’s Not For Burning
London: These Foolish Kings
London: West Side Story

Plymouth. Palace Theatre: one programme
Stratford-Upon-Avon - restaurant menu, 1956.


January 22: The following were published on Taha’s site:

Hackney Gazette, April 4, 1996 - a letter in response to him rather than by him
Boxing News, August 5, 2010 - this includes a letter from someone else


January 22: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Bradford: December 23, 1960
London: Look Who’s Here!
Luton: Annual Dinner, December 1950
Vauxhall Motors: His Excellency.


January 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Death Penalty for drug courier Lindsay Sandiford
Good news — UK Government announces 5,000 more redundancies.


January 22: Back to The David Webb Virtual Archive

London: 25 Years of Opera and Ballet
London: AIDA, 1958
London: Cavalcade Of Commonwealth
London: Flanders & Swann - At The Drop Of A Hat
London: Ludmilla Tcherina (leaflet)
London: Othello: front cover only and 2 leaflet enclosures.
London: Waiting In The Wings
London: Were No Ladies
Luton Music Club - with enclosures
Luton: Old Lutonians’ Annual Dinner - December 1951, December 1952, December 1953
Service Of Dedication - Army.


January 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Why there should be a statute of limitations for sex crimes
HMV gift vouchers to be honoured.


January 23: On this site I added the screengrab below from the SongFacts Calendar:

This is one that could have been written only by me! It was actually sent in on November 11 last year with a great many more, most of which do not appear yet to have been published.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 18-23 was also added.


January 24: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Billingham: Underground
Britain To-day: an article by Sir Philip Hendy
London: Cinderella
London: Flower Drum Song
London: King’s Rhapsody
London: Mr Venus with enclosure
London: Border Incident
London: Share My Lettuce
London: Young In Heart.


January 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Freeware — The idealism behind the Internet with a photograph
The Major Douglas website

After publishing the second article I added a link to the Social Credit Secretariat website on the FinancialReform links page.


January 25: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Hoffnung Festival, 1958
London: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum - another printing
London: Arms And The Man
London: Birthday Honours
London: Call Me Madam
London: Desmond Rayner exhibition
London: Eighty In The Shade
London: Hedda Gabler
London: Robinson Crusoe
London: Rocking The Town
London: Revudeville
London: The Elocution Of Benjamin Franklin
London: The Loverbirds
Simply The Best
Wimbledon: Yes, We Have No Pyjamas
Winchester Cathedral - a guide

The above include enclosures.


January 25-6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Almost Like Being In Love, from the musical Brigadoon credited here to the Cast
Brigadoon - the title song from the musical, credited here to the Cast
Once In The Highlands, from the musical Brigadoon credited here to the Cast

China Girl, by Roy Harper
Goldfish, by Roy Harper
October The Twelfth, by Roy Harper.


January 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Joseph Stalin, and those who admire him today
Real Wealth, Virtual Wealth, And Money - a blog.


January 26: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

A new page for personal items, which includes a tiny bit of blurb
Greyhound ticket and baggage labels - four scans in all

Guys And Dolls - cover and enclosure only
Nottingham Playhouse - three more programmes.
Royal Courts Of Justice, 1984.


January 27: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Three covers from Playbill - including two different covers of the same edition
Romeo And Juliet - Old Vic 1960/1961 Season
Expresso Bongo: London
Promenade Concerts, 1950: London
The Aspern Papers: London.


January 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Howard Goodall’s Story of Music’ with a photograph
A Trotskyite view of rape


January 28: The following were added to Taha’s site:

Independent, September 3, 2009 - this includes other correspondence due to the layout
Evening Standard, March 25, 2011 - this includes other correspondence due to the layout.
Independent, December 21, 2011
Evening Standard, June 11, 2012
Daily Mail, January 24, 2013.


January 28: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 24-8 was added to this site.


January 29: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Holland - 1988
London: Love Kevin with a press cutting
London: New Cranks
London: The American Dancemachine
Switzerland - Knie, 1959.


January 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Lindsay Sandiford accomplice sentenced in Bali drug case
More Western ‘cartoon’ hypocrisy with a photograph


January 30: The following were added to Taha’s site:

LAM, circa December 1983 - a response to a letter by Mark Tapa. Hmm.
TNT, 2003 - a response to a letter by Mark.
New Statesman, June 25, 2012
New Statesman, July 9, 2012 - a response to the letter by Taha (above)
London Metro, January 25, 2013


January 30: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream - another from The Old Vic
Coventry Cathedral - a guide
She Stoops To Conquer - The Old Vic
The Bed Bug - Mermaid Theatre
The Price - Derby Playhouse
The Tales Of Hoffmann - Royal Opera House.


January 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Triple murderess delays execution by playing the race card with a photograph
Straight talk from the Coalition for Marriage with a photograph
The Gemma McCluskie murder trial verdict with a new photograph.


January 31: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Britain To-day: two articles from the February 1951 issue; one from February 1952
Liverpool: Unfinished Portrait
London: An Ideal Husband
London: Call Me Madam, 1983
London: Once In A Lifetime.


January 31: The Truth About Those So-Called Professional Investors was published on/in Digital Journal.


February 1: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Good, Aldwych Theatre
Jezebel, ICA Live Arts
Official Guide To Haverfordwest.


February 1: On this site, I added a scan of the original letter from DC Taylor alluded in The Wrong Blonde Bitch together with some comment on the Site Corrections Page.


February 1: Murder and corruption in the British courts was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph

Within an hour the above photograph had been deleted and replaced with one nearly the same. Don’t ask me why.


February 1: I added a scan of the original of Morris Riley’s open letter of August 19, 1996 to SearchlightArchive together with some explanatory blurb on the page headed:

MORRIS RILEY:
EXPLANATORY NOTE.


February 2: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:
Adelphi Theatre: Me And My Girl
Palace Theatre: Priscilla... cover only with enclosure
Palladium: The Wizard Of Oz
The Round House: La Grand Eugene.


February 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Reprieve holds out the begging bowl for Lindsay Sandiford
What is Safer Internet Day?


February 2: I added a PDF scan of a leaflet by Brian Leslie to FinancialReform: Minimum Wages or Basic Incomes - or Both?


February 2: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 28-February 2, 2013 was added to this site.


February 3: I did some heavy maintenance on SearchlightArchive; although I didn’t add any new files I did replace some scans with some better quality ones, including for The Myth Of Kosher James Bond.


February 3: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Birmingham: Vivat! vivat Regina!
London: Bye Bye Birdie
London Palladium programme for variety, circa 1956
Salad Days - leaflet
The Roman Theatre At Verulamium.


February 3: New photograph of blues giant Robert Johnson authenticated was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


February 3: Two more scans of letters were added to the Taha correspondence archive:

Boxing News, January 31, 2013
Evening Standard, February 1, 2003.


February 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Acid attack horror comes to the UK
Next Saturday is National Libraries Day


February 5: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Amsterdam Guide - 1990
London: Damn Yankees.


February 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Will the high street move on-line? The case of Daniel Footwear with 8 photographs
What now for golden girl Rebecca Adlington?


February 5: I did some general tidying up on SearchlightArchive and also added one scan, the Guardian, July 22, 1992 correction. This was added direct into the Critical Bibliography, not as an article in itself.


February 6: I added a PDF scan of NAZI ROEDER IN BRITAIN FOR SPEAKING TOUR to SearchlightArchive.

This article appeared originally in issue Number 30 of Searchlight; it is linked here from Editors! Are You Being Fed A Load Of Bullshit?


February 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

All dogs now to be microchipped by law — humans next?
Kraftwerk to play the Tate Modern with a photograph
What is the point of a Rolex watch? - a blog.


February 6: On this site I added the limerick poem Rotten Al Davis together with some explanatory blurb and a note on Archive.Org.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 2-6, 2013 was also added.


February 7: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Cambridge Circus: Billy Liar
London Palladium: Stars In Your Eyes.


February 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How To Prevent Another 9/11 - a blog
Forest Hill Fashion Week with a new photograph
Murder and alleged rape at the Preston law courts
Should queer men be allowed in Boy Scouts?
Chris Huhne — A sad but familiar tale

The second of the above was shortly retitled Forest Hill Fashion Week is coming 15-19 February. The somewhat awkward title of the second is not mine; it was an assignment. How could I resist?


February 7-8: The following were published on SongFacts:

Judy Would, by Ace Baker

Liverpool Lullaby, credited to Cilla Black
Step Inside Love, credited to Cilla Black

Flow My Tears, by John Dowland

Tarot Woman, by Rainbow

Gypsy Road Hog, by Slade

When You Are A King, by White Plains.


February 8: I added a long overdue Image Gallery to SearchlightArchive. The following new scans were added; they are listed in no particular order:

Gerry Gable’s birth certificate
Gerry and Sonia’s marriage certificate
Walter Gable’s death certificate
Anti-Searchlight sticker
Phone book entry for September 1953.


February 8: Britain’s Food Police tackle horsemeat scandal was published on/in Digital Journal.


February 8: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

English to Dutch translator & vice versa
London Hippodrome: The Dave King Show
London: Saint Joan
London: The Complaisant Lover
Lyric: Danton’s Death.


February 9: On SearchlightArchive I added scans of:

Gerry Gable’s marriage certificate - to Mariana Amon
An advertising leaflet for A Lie Too Far.


February 10: On this site:

The compressed The Murderers Of Christ? was replaced with an uncompressed scanned; it was also indexed properly for the first time.
A JPG scan of the full Alan Barber arrangement of Would You? was added to the music section as was a JPG scan of the sheet music of Mr Wrong.


February 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘When Albums Ruled the World’ with two photographs
The problem of Britain’s urban foxes with a photograph.


February 11: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive; they are listed in alphabetical order of a fashion:

Norwich: Pirates Of Penzance - cover
Palladium: The Sound Of Music - cover with insert
Royal National Theatre: The School For Scandal with insert
Paul Nash Memorial Exhibition

The last item was actually published after the article below.


February 11: A left-wing view of George Orwell was published on/in Digital Journal.
The hyphen in the above was not inserted by me.


February 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The murder of James Bulger 20 years on
Become a DJ for £444? with a screengrab
Court of Appeal outlaws slave labour scheme
Stop the War in action this week

The last two of the above were actually published after the David Webb Archive update below.


February 12: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Fritz Lang season programme with insert
Mahler programme - front cover only, with insert
Playbill - May 1981 cover with insert.


February 13: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website - happy birthday!

East London Advertiser, April 17, 1997, page 26
Guardian, November 16, 2004
South African Times, April 12-8, 2006
Times Educational Supplement, July 29, 2011
The Sun, October 20, 2011 - this includes letters from several other people (augmenting the NewsUK version)
Times Educational Supplement, June 1, 2012
Times Educational Supplement, June 29, 2012
Boxing News, July 19, 2012
Sunday Times, September 30, 2012.


February 13: Friday 13th was not unlucky for Jessie Matthews was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


February 13: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

A scan of Noises Off
Front covers for Playbill - Winter Garden Theatre, October 1980 & Palace Theatre, March 1984.


February 13: On this site:

A PDF of Rosine de Bounevialle’s letter of September 29, 1998 was added to Two Letters To The Late Rosine de Bounevialle, and the title of the link to this file from the Correspondence menu was altered from LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF CANDOUR to CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE EDITOR OF CANDOUR

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 7-13, 2013 was added.


February 14: Scans of the following were added to SearchlightArchive directly into the Critical Bibliography:

Advertisement for Destiny, 1977
Outlook On The Lie Mongers.


February 14: The following were published on FinancialReform:

Basic Income - Liberal Democrats leaflet
Basic Incomes, not Jobs, for Planetary Survival!
Campaign For Interest-Free Money - leaflet.


February 14: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Aldwych: Janus
Aldwych: Privates On Parade with enclosures
Beating The Retreat, 1952 programme
Becket with enclosure
Fulham: football programme, 1974
London: Satyricon.


February 14: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 14, 2013 was added - inadvertently!


February 15: On this site I added a scan of a letter from Academic Press dated 8 June 1993.

This is linked directly into a pamphlet as a citation, and is not indexed.


February 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Old folk and young rock in South East London with 2 new photographs
WebCite is in dire financial straits with a screengrab
David Duke and the Jewish pornographers.


February 15: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

The Welsh Nation - to the scan of the file for October 1951 of Britain To-day
The Williams Committee: a forgotten report.


February 16: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

A 1986 review of Charlie Girl, from City Of London News
Collectors’ Digest, September 1987 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Collectors’ Digest, August 1988 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Collectors’ Digest, July 1989 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Collectors’ Digest, March 1990 - A letter from Mark with the front cover of the magazine
Islington Gazette, August 29, 1991 - this includes another letter and most of a third due to the layout
Collectors’ Digest, March 1992 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Collectors’ Digest, October 1999 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Hackney Gazette, March 11, 1993
Southern Cross, December 9, 1998
Collectors’ Digest, January 2000 - Taha’s contribution with front cover
Daily Mail, September 25, 2003
TNT, July 12, 2010 - a response to a letter by Taha (the on-line version has already been published).
TNT, March 21, 2011 - a response to a letter from ‘Mark’
New Statesman, December 19, 2011.

The last of the above was entered originally and erroneously as December 16, 2011; this was corrected August 14, 2016.


February 16: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 15-6, 2013 was added.


February 17: War criminal condemns racial abuse on the football terraces was published on/in Digital Journal.


February 17: Singapore’s reluctant parents was published on this site under Other Contributors.

This is a JPG scan of a 1987 article from The Economist; I’ve had this for since the last Millennium; it was photocopied on pink paper. Needless to say the original was not pink!


February 17: A cartoon - from the front cover of The Other Face Of “Searchlight” - was added to the SearchlightArchive Image Gallery.


February 17: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

Islington Gazette, April 17, 1997
TNT, December 19, 2005
The Sun, July 5, 2010
Sunday Times, September 2, 2001
West End Extra, September 17, 2004
Evening Standard, February 10, 2005.


February 18: Leroy Cool Meets Oscar Pistorius was published on this site.


February 18: ‘Queen - Days of Our Lives’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


February 18: My first report on AllVoices was published this morning: Mark Duggan still waiting for justice with a photograph.


February 18: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Luton Coronation Pageant Book, 1953
Trooping The Colour, 1967.


February 18: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

Evening Standard, February 18, 1987
Evening Standard, March 4, 1991
East London Advertiser, May 1, 1991
Islington Gazette, February 4, 1993
A review of Treason In The Ashes, from Free Life, November 1994
Hackney Gazette, April 17, 1997
Boxing News, June 6, 2008
Evening Standard, February 8, 2013


February 19: Understanding Basic Income was published on FinancialReform

This is a JPG scan of a 1996 article.


February 19: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

Independent, October 31, 2001
West End Extra, February 8, 2013.


February 19: An idiotic attack on Kate Middleton by British novelist was published on/in Digital Journal

The original title of the above was An idiotic attack on Kate Middleton.


February 19: Child Victims Of Sex Offences was published on The David Webb Virtual Archive.


February 19-20: The following were published on SongFacts:

Song For The Dying, by Barclay James Harvest
Song With No Meaning, by Barclay James Harvest

Someone To Call My Own, by Behan/Johnson

Never Let Go, by Camel
Rainbow’s End, by Camel

Carole Ann, by Excalibur

Another Girl, Another Planet, by The Only Ones

Tried By Twelve, by Daniel May
A Woman’s Gotta Be Ready For Anything, by Nichelle Nichols
Rahab The Harlot, by Nichelle Nichols
The three songs above are all from the soundtrack of the film Lady Magdalene’s.


February 20: The following were published on Taha’s website:

South Africa Times, October 9, 2002
Mature Times, March 2006
Camden New Journal, January 10, 2013

And

EU Propaganda In Schools

This was originally published on a political website and also as a leaflet dated “28 January 1999”

I haven’t edited this but I have changed quotes to smart quotes. The original can be found on the Internet Archive.


February 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘What’s Really in our Food?’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.
Free microchipping event in Sydenham with a scan
Does a higher minimum wage hurt or help?


February 20: Mindy McCready – A Sadly Familiar Tale was published on AllVoices.


February 21: The following were published on Taha’s website:

Know Your Enemy: The Socialist Workers’ Party from Dreadnought, June 1981, with the front cover, and the contents from page 2 (later the whole page was rescanned)
Know Your Enemy: The Workers’ Revolutionary Party from Dreadnought, July-August 1981
WHEN WILL THE POLITICIANS GIVE US FREEDOM OF CHOICE? from Dreadnought, September-October 1981 with the top of the front cover of the magazine
A letter in Dreadnought, Spring 1986
Hackney Gazette, October 10, 1994
The Music Man, a review from Hookie Street, 1995 (I swear I’m not making this up)
The Spectator, October 25, 2003
West End Extra, October 22, 2010 - the original; the article from the paper’s website has already been published
The Sun, June 21, 2012 - includes other correspondence because of the layout of the page
Independent, February 14, 2013


February 21: The Great Terror Trial Verdict was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 photographs.


February 21: A letter dated November 19, 1997 from Alan Robinson of the Home Office was published on Archive.Org.

The blurb on a now linked page was also amended.


February 21: On this site I added:

A scan of Barry Gale’s letter of October 26, 1997 (straight into the Bibliography)
An error on the Chronology page was corrected; the domain I purchased for ismichaelstoneguilty has an info suffix, not org.uk as it was listed.
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 17-21, 2013.


February 22: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Stratford-upon-Avon: Romeo And Juliet, 1958
London, Mermaid: Rockets In Ursa Major
Harlow: Salad Days.


February 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

9/11 ‘Truth’ Loonies to take on the BBC in court
Looking back on Forest Hill Fashion Week with 6 photographs
Daniel Footwear branching out into bags with 7 photographs

This last was pulled after 4 views, which must be some kind of record. I received a message to the effect that:

‘We’re contacting you from Digital Journal. Promotional content and product photography from danielfootwear.com e-commerce site is not suited for our news network.’

For some reason this really pissed me off, and I decided to take a break from writing for this site, or maybe from writing. I have a lot of scanning to do in the meantime. They didn’t delete the photos for some reason, at least not yet.

[They were deleted February 26].


February 22: The screengrab below relates to the pulled article above. It was added December 16, 2015. I think Silverberg meant my voice should be heard. I have a feeling it is hard enough already!


February 24: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

A pamphlet and two more programmes as below:

Pornography, Harm And Williams

A Night With Dame Edna
The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas.


February 24: The following were published on Taha’s website:

Hackney Gazette, September 22, 1989
Woman’s Realm, 1990s!
Hackney Gazette, April 25, 1996
The Independent, June 26, 2003
Guardian (Review section), August 30, 2003.


February 25: The following were published on Taha’s website:

Camden New Journal, August 23, 1990
Boxing News, January 21, 2005 - this is not from Taha but a response
Boxing News, February 11, 2005- this is not from Taha but a(nother) response
Boxing News, February 22, 2008
Boxing News, April 26, 2012
New Statesman, July 23, 2012
West End Extra, February 15, 2013.


February 25: ‘Anti-racist’ fanatic resigns from FA after N word slur outrage was published on/in Digital Journal.


February 25: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 22-5, 2013 was added.


February 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Crime and women in the UK capital, February 2013
‘Desmond Carrington: The Music Goes Round’ with a photograph
A straight look at the ‘rape’ of Landen Gambill
Kevin Hutchinson-Foster gets eleven years with a photograph.


February 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Born To Kill: Myra Hindley with a photograph
The scandalous cost of travel in London with a scan of a travel card!


March 1: The NCROPA Virtual Archive was opened as a directory on this site.

As well as the HomePage I added Documents (1) to (30) for 1981. That is as much detail as I will provide here. Documents (25)-(30) were actually added after publication of the first Digital Journal article below.


March 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Lord Rennard — Here comes another witchhunt with a photograph
The ambivalence of Britain’s urban foxes with 9 photographs.


March 1: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Blue Is For Boys - New York - front cover plus a leaflet
The Royal Pavilion Brighton
Windy City - Victoria Theatre.


March 1: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 26-March 1, 2013 was added.


March 2: Documents (31)-(40) for 1981 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


March 2: Stop The War to protest against killer drones was published on/in Digital Journal.


March 2: The following were published on Taha’s site; the letters are in chronological order:

Previously unpublished reviews of Bilko: Behind The Lines With Phil Silvers, Black Ajax, Gettysburg: An Alternate History, and High Spirits.

Mark said the above were submitted to some publication or other but were not published.

Letter in TNT, April 22, 2002 - a reply to the Great One
Letter in the SA Times, December 1, 2004
The Times, February 10, 2005 - this scan, from the Debate section, includes a letter by Ray Bishop of Brighton.


March 3: Documents (41)-(80) for 1981 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive

Documents (61)-(80) were actualy added after all the next two entries, for both Digital Journal and The David Webb Virtual Archive.


March 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Confessions Of A Male Sex Attack Survivor - a blog
Justice and injustice in post-Apartheid South Africa.


March 3: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Invitation to a dinner, March 21, 1981

Two leaflets:

Sex for the severely disabled
WHY ASK?


March 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Seventies Rock Music on YouTube
Can Islamic Finance save us from the Banksters?


March 5: Documents (81)-(115) for 1981 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


March 5: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website

Permission To Speak, Sir!
The above is the magazine of the Dad’s Army Appreciation Society - I kid you not. The entire page is scanned as well as the front cover.
Socialist Review, March 2010

And

A review of a biography of General Sir Walter Walker, from Right Now!, October-December, 1999
I have included the entire page, which includes most of another review of I know not what and care even less.
A previously unpublished review of the autobiography of Betty Driver, written in 2000.


March 5: On this site I added:

A scan from page 11 of the November 2012 issue of Searchlight
Gerry Gable doesn’t like me at all; I knew that, of course, but he’ll like me even less when he finds out I’ve been having cyber-sex with his lovely wife, Sonia!

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 2-5, 2013.


March 6: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Maggie - Shaftesbury Theatre
Oh! Calcutta! - Royalty Theatre
Paradise Boys - New York.


March 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Why austerity will cost us more
Should we learn to live with Total Surveillance?


March 6: On this site Sonia Gable Meets Basil Brush was published.


March 7: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Equus - London
Ladies’ Night - Brighton.


March 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Schoolgirl murdered in Birmingham, man detained with a photograph
Cameron, the banksters and the magic money tree
Mindy McCready and her tragic ‘twin’

I wasn’t going to publish anything on this site today, but the murder was reported on the morning news, and one thing led to another.

Fuck Silverberg, he’s deleted a lot more of my poker screengrabs than I thought, including from my blogs. Going to put these articles on this site when I have time.


March 7: On Taha’s site I added a letter from the Winter 2001/02 issue of Bowler Dessert (actually two pages plus the front cover).


March 8: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Crazy For You - front cover and three pages only
Equus - National Theatre, London
Jesus Christ Superstar - front cover only
Oklahoma! - front cover and enclosure only
Saturday Night Fever - front cover and enclosure only
Sunset Boulevard - front cover only.


March 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Constance Briscoe — The downfall of a black Conservative with a photograph
Governments And Money: The One Big And Two Small Exceptions


March 8-9: The following were published on SongFacts:

Gaye, by Clifford T. Ward
Home Thoughts From Abroad, by Clifford T. Ward

Proud To Be (A Honky Woman), by Vinegar Joe.


March 9: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum - cover only (with enclosure)
The Dirtiest Show In Town - London.


March 9: ‘How to Get to Heaven with the Hutterites’ with a photograph was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph

My Rolex watch blog of February 6 ran up 5,012 page views, well over double for any of my blogs. What did I do right?


March 9: I added documents (1)-(8) for 1991 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive

I spent much of the day scanning, so should be able to add quite a few more tomorrow.


March 10: I added documents (9)-(20) for 1991 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive


March 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Totally British 70’s Rock ‘n’ Roll’ with a photograph
‘The Ballad of Mott the Hoople’ with 2 photographs.


March 11: I added documents (1)-(9) for 1994 and documents (21) to (42) for 1991 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


March 11: Former Government Minister Chris Huhne and ex-wife sentenced was published on/in Digital Journal with a screengrab.


March 11: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 6-11, 2013.


March 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘America’s Gun Addiction’ with a new uploaded photograph
‘Oscar Pistorius: What Really Happened?’ with a new photograph.


March 12-3: The following were published on SongFacts:

Metal Queen by Lee Aaron

Pearl’s A Singer credited to Elkie Brooks

Better Days by Gun
Taking On The World by Gun

The Skye Boat Song credited as Traditional

All The Fallen Men by White Lion
Cherokee by White Lion
When The Children Cry by White Lion.


March 13: I didn’t publish anything new here today, but I did do some site maintenance, including replacing the compressed versions of the following with uncompressed versions. (The links below are to HTML pages):

Freedom Under Socialism? - my magnum opus
Holocaust Affirmers... - my second book on the Holocaust
Holocaust Denial: New Nazi Lie Or New Inquisition? - my first book on the Holocaust
Liars Ought To Have Good Memories - my biography of Ray Hill
The Protocols Of The Learned Elders Of Punjab - a mysterious document that came into my possession in the 1990s.

When I scanned these back in 2008, most websites had bandwidth limitations, and there could be problems with loading and downloading large files. Now that fast broadband is all but universal, that problem no longer exists. Obviously compressing pages results in loss of scan quality; compare for example the quality of this compressed version of MONEY: Medium Of Exchange Or Debt? with the uncompressed version, especially the bottoms of the pages.

There are a lot of other compressed PDF files on this site, but at the moment I have other commitments, including a heavy programme of scanning. I will replace them as time permits but will not necessarily catalogue this here.


March 13: On Taha’s site Boxing News, August, 2006 - a response to a letter from Taha with another letter and a photograph was published.


March 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Harlem Shake’ comes to Beckenham
Lakhvinder Reel — The murder that never was with a photograph
Lord Ahmed and the Jewish conspiracy

Silverberg pulled this last article after 29 page view because he said it was anti-Semitic. I can’t imagine where he got that idea from. Seriously.


March 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A Timeline of recent False Rape Cases
The Landen Gambill hoax and the campus rape industry
Good and bad Internet news from the UK

The first two of the above were published simultaneously, the former a few seconds before the latter.


March 15: The following letters were published on Taha’s site:

Collectors’ Digest, January 1991 - a review, a letter and the front cover in a PDF file with other (incidental) material
Ealing Gazette, May 24, 1997
Sunday Mirror, March 10, 2013
Evening Standard, March 11, 2013.


March 16: Sexual predator doctor used ‘James Bond’ type concealed camera was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


March 16: I delivered a speech to the 44th meeting of the New Right: The Truth About Holocaust Denial.


March 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Totally British 70’s Rock ‘n’ Roll: 1975-79’ with 2 photographs
The Lance Armstrong Joke Book with a photograph.


March 17: I received the rest of the NCROPA papers today, and have put on-line documents from the minutes book enumerated (1)-(9).


March 18: The Russian Festival in London was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 photographs.


March 18: On the NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents (10-34) to the NCROPA minutes.

Documents (10)-(22) were actually added before the above article about the Russian festival.


March 19: I didn’t publish anything myself today but my speech to the New Right (see March 16 above) was published on YouTube unedited including the discussion afterwards.


March 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Chris Tame — Seven years gone today
Singers in the news for all the wrong reasons.


March 20: I added a cuttings page to The David Webb Virtual Archive with:

A bit of explanatory blurb
JPG scans numbered 1-8 (not in any order), ie by filename.
A PDF of “David Webb: Footballer” - a flyer.


March 20: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents (35-40) to the NCROPA minutes.


Circa March 21: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Sweeper Of Dreams by Alma Deutscher

Ain’t No Pleasing You by Chas & Dave
Give It Some Stick, Mick! by Chas & Dave

Remember Me This Way by Gary Glitter

Master Of The Universe by Hawkwind

Corrine by The Hollies
Russian Roulette by The Hollies
Wiggle That Wotsit by The Hollies

Jamaica Jerk-Off by Elton John

Dandy by The Kinks
Death Of A Clown by The Kinks
Two Sisters by The Kinks

Mr. Bad Guy by Freddie Mercury

Tiger Rag credited here to The Mills Brothers - Carl added a paragraph

Gresford by Robert Saint

Foster’s Mill Traditional
The Collier Lass Traditional
The Gresford Disaster credited here as Traditional.


March 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Teenage spree killer mocks victims and their families in court
The Queen gets her travel pass at last, now should she retire?

Shortly, Silverberg altered the title of the first of the above to Teen killer mocks victims and their families in court.


March 21: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I completed the minute book adding documents (41)-(50).


March 21: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added files webb_cutting_9.jpg to webb_cutting_12.jpg.


March 21-2: The following were published on SongFacts:

Jack Ruby by Deep Purple (with a Song Image of Jack Ruby)
The Aviator by Deep Purple

Left Me For Dead by the English Dogs
Max (The Millionaire) by the English Dogs

Bleach And Salt Water by Moonshake
Mugshot Heroin by Moonshake

The Absent-Minded Beggar credited here to Arthur Sullivan.


March 22: Rathlin: Prelude to an environmental tragedy was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph

Needless to say the colon in the above was soon replaced with an M dash by...Silverberg. How did you guess?


March 22: I did some more work on The NCROPA Virtual Archive

Some blurb was added to the Site Index, and I also added documents (1)-(22) for 1977.


March 23: My speech The Truth About Holocaust Denial was published on my own YouTube account linked to the transcript, which was published here - see below.


March 23: On this site the following were published:

Letters To My Daughter under Other Contributors, with a short introduction

The speech The Truth About Holocaust Denial (not to be confused with the Internet sermon of the same name). This speech is illustrated with 6 screengrabs from the video; a scan of part of a 1981 article from Searchlight; two photographs from Auschwitz; scans from two Public Record Office documents; 8 screengrabs from a video produced by the Adelaide Institute crowd; and a scan of the Gitta Sereny article The Men Who Whitewash Hitler.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 12-23, 2013 was also added.


March 24: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added:

A Personal Photographs page with some blurb
And 3 scans: (1), (2) & (2a)
And cuttings files webb_cutting_13.jpg to webb_cutting_20.jpg.


March 24: ‘Killers Behind Bars: Levi Bellfield’ was published on/in Digital Journal with 3 new photogaphs.


March 25: Scottsboro 1931 Revisited was published on/in Digital Journal with 3 photographs.


March 25: Government Debt And Credit Creation was published in PDF on FinancialReform with a short introductory essay.


March 25: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added cuttings files webb_cutting_21.jpg to webb_cutting_30.jpg.


March 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Boris Johnson: The Irresistible Rise’ with a new photograph
Amanda Knox to be retried for Kercher murder
Central banking for citizens and businesses, London meeting.


March 26: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added cuttings files webb_cutting_31.jpg to webb_cutting_35.jpg.


March 26: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 24-6, 2013 was added.


Predatory animals could be treated as murderers was published under Letters in Bromley News Shopper, March 27, 2013, page 30.

See also March 28, (below).


March 27: The fallacy of America’s racial wealth gap was published on/in Digital Journal.


March 27: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added a new page - Miscellaneous Documents - and documents (1)-(7) here. They are not numbered, but are filenames ncropa-misc-1 to ncropa-misc-10.


March 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Has Bitcoin come of age?
Britain’s railways: Beeching, McNulty and beyond with a photograph
Will robots replace everyday workers?


March 28: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added:

An oil painting to the Personal Images Section
and files webb_cutting_36.jpg to webb_cutting_40.jpg.


March 28: On this site the following were added:

Predatory animals could be treated as murderers - see March 27, (above)
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 26-8, 2013.


March 29: ‘Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


March 29: I added a copyright notice to The NCROPA Virtual Archive, but see entry for April 1, 2013 below.


March 29: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added:

A page for casting photos
Photographs webb_casting_1.jpg to webb_casting_28.jpg (29 scans in all).

These photos are neither numbered nor sequential, allowing me to add them in the correct chronological sequence as far as possible.


March 30: Three publications were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous Documents:

David Webb’s 1983 General Election leaflet
What Should We Tell The Children
NCROPA In Action, June ’91-May ’92.


March 30: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added:

Photographs webb_casting_29.jpg to webb_casting_40.jpg
And webb_photos_3.jpg to webb_photos_5.jpg. Initially these were to be numbered chronologically; I have now dispensed with that but will seek to list them chronologically as far as possible. The rear of a photograph where published has the same number but is suffixed with the letter a. I’m not bothered with enumerating these.


March 31: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added:

The first NCROPA newsletter
The January 1989 submission on the Broadcasting Standard Council code
The April 29, 1993 submission on the new ICSTIS code

The above were added to the Miscellaneous Documents page; the second was actually added after the two Digital Journal articles below.


March 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Nile Rodgers: The Hitmaker’ with a photograph
When spaghetti grew on trees with 2 photographs.


April 1: On this site I published Gerry Gable Recants - ha, ha.


April 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Wimmin’s’ Liberation at the British Library
‘Andrew Lloyd Webber - 40 Musical Years’ with a photograph.


April 1: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added:

Telegram to David Webb from Jane Cousins
Eric Miller letter, circa December 1977
A document re police raids on clubs, 1977-8
Cause For Concern
NCROPA IN ACTION, 1981-2 Draft Freedom Of Expression Bill, 1986
A page from Sex And The Law, 1988

I also realised the copyright notice page was not linked, so I suppose you could say that was published tonight instead of 3 days ago.


April 2: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added photographs webb_photos_6.jpg to webb_photos_20.jpg.


April 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Late Night Shopping
April Fool’s Day non-jokes from the UK with a photograph
Prosecutors seek death penalty for James Holmes
Murder and historic murder in Bromley with a photograph.


April 2: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous Documents:

NCROPA critique of The Williams Report, 1980
NCROPA critique of the Video Recordings Bill, 1983
NCROPA introductory leaflet.


April 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Derby Fire: Secrets and Lies’ with a photograph
Happy fortieth birthday Mobile Phone.


April 3: On this site I added:

Scans from the American Hebrew November 12, 1920 and January 28, 1921, the latter with a short text file.

I did some general site maintenance and corrected an error or two - including to one of the above.
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 29-April 3, 2013 was also added.


April 4: I added a scan of Forgeries Preceding the Protocols to my Bibliography Of The “Protocols Of Zion”.


April 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Murder and controversy in and out of the soaps with a photograph
‘Good mother’ killed her six children
British Telecom joins The Cloud
Chancellor attempts to exploit Derby fire tragedy.


April 4: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added photographs webb_cutting_41.jpg to webb_cutting_50.jpg.


April 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The tragedy of Syria’s war wounded
Trading without money (in these hard times).


April 5: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous Documents and in no particular order they are:

Front cover and two three pages from The Williams Report
NCROPA advertisement
NCROPA publications list, November 1986
Photograph of members of the NCROPA committee outside the Home Office
Two photographs of a NCROPA poster - being held up by Yours Truly.


April 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Stabbed to death for ‘dissing’ a girl with 2 photographs
The British Library and its ‘new’ billion page archive.


April 6: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous Documents and in no particular order they are:

Abolish Censorship Now!
Anonymous letter, circa 1977
Draft form by Eric Miller
Two draft fund-raising letters
Censored - a flyer by the ICA
NCROPA artwork - two lots
Generic NCROPA acknowledgment letter
NCROPA circular
NCROPA In Action, May 1991
NCROPA subscription reminder
Anonymous leaflet in support of sex shops, circa 1982
Censorship Watch article, 1995.


April 7: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The rest of 1981 - documents (116)-(175)
A page for 1982, and the documents for January that year (1)-(10)
I also added a duplicated document to 1977 - ncropa-1977-16a.pdf.


April 8: Syrian rape ‘fatwa’ hoax exposed was published on/in Digital Journal.


April 8: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous Documents and in no particular order they are:

The Viewer And Listener, Summer 1989 & Autumn 1991 - with additional scans of articles published across the pages.
A page for documents relating to R v Webb with some explanatory blurb
Scans of three judgments and one order re the above. One of the judgments concerns not David Webb but Noncyp Limited.
Two forms from HM Customs.


April 8: On this site I added the image below (which is not in the Image Gallery); this shows what is quite likely the most eclectic day I’ve ever had here, visits from 15 different countries if I count correctly.
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 4-8, 2013 was also added.


Circa April 9: The following were published on SongFacts:
My Insurance Man, by Continental Assurance Co.

Hard Lovin’ Man, by Deep Purple
One More Rainy Day, by Deep Purple

Hair, from the musical Hair credited to The Cast

I Got Life, from the musical Hair credited to The Cast

Freedom Come All Ye, by Hamish Henderson

Married In London, by Janis Ian

What You’re Proposing, by Status Quo

(Sing If You’re) Glad To Be Gay, by the Tom Robinson Band - I sent this in years ago, initially.

Put In All, credited as Traditional
The Haughs O’ Cromdale, credited as Traditional.


April 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The bunting comes out for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral
Demolishing the houses of horror.


April 9: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

I added Documents (11)-(25) for 1982
Some blurb to the page “Documents Relating To R v David Webb”. I worked on this with Goodman, in fact more of the material added was dictated by him and paraphrased by me, primarily to edit out the smut.


April 9-10: I did some more work on The NCROPA Virtual Archive.

Basically I goofed big time and spent literally hours renumbering them, adding new ones and deleting duplicates, but there are now documents (1) to (39) published for 1977, ie January to April 31. No joke. That was actually a great deal more work than the seventeen documents that were added to this page, ie from March 22.


April 10: I added Documents (40)-(69) for 1977 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


April 10: I edited down my last speech to just the vanishing handkerchief trick and posted it to YouTube with a link to and as a taster for the full version.


April 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Darts pundit resigns over ‘Paki’ joke — Drone murders continue
Documentary about serial killer Anthony Sowell now on YouTube
Florida executes child killer; Texas to execute rapist/killer with a photograph.


April 12: I added Documents (70)-(89) for 1977 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


April 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Alan Sugar and his ‘English’ apprentice with a photograph
The Legal Aid cuts may not be all bad news

When the first of the above articles was republished on this site, on October 17, 2015, an archived video and a second photograph were added.


April 12: An adapation of my play The Waiting Room was performed twice at the Waite High School, Toledo, Ohio.

The above entry was made August 28, 2013.


April 13: Photographs webb_photos_21 to webb_photos_27 were added to the David Webb Virtual Archive.


April 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

18 years for Hounslow knife attack maniac with a photograph
British Telecom introduces £1.50 charge for ‘paper bill’customers with a scanned image.


April 13: I added a page for 1991 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive, and documents (1)-(18) representing January-February.
I also added the critique of the proposed Primarolo Bill and the NCROPA submission to the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice.


April 14: ‘Isaac Newton: The Last Magician’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


April 14: I added documents (19)-(38) to The NCROPA Virtual Archive, representing March-August 1990.
The last of the above - document (41) was also linked to Taha’s site as it was written by him, and published in the London Evening Standard, August 30, 1990.

I also added a Speech Index page with some blurb and four David Webb speeches in Portable Document Format.


April 16: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A Dramatis Personæ (not limited simply to people)
an obituary for Pamela Manson
documents (42)-(69) for 1990 - completing the year.


April 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Texas executes murderer/rapist Rickey Lynn Lewis with a photograph
The latest attempt to trash Scotland’s criminal justice system


April 16: Photographs webb_photos_28 to webb_photos_47 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive. These were mostly from a visit(s) to New York. I also added a bit of explanatory blurb.


April 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Miscarriage of justice UK — Michael Stone and Omar Benguit
Conspiracy cranks exploit Boston Marathon bombing with a photograph.


April 17: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

And The Video Inspector Cometh
David Webb speech, ‘Pornography’ Or Censorship? Marlborough College, February 2, 1984
Untitled article by Robert Ray, February 1984.


April 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Two forthcoming charity events — for the living and nearly dead with a scan
A free download from Burley Games.


April 18: On this site I added:

“Minister Farrakhan Warns The White Man Against Miscegenation And Racial Death” - a video, with some introductory blurb by me
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 9-18, 2013.


April 19: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added photos personal photos 48-52.


April 19: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added the remainder of documents for 1977, ie (90)-(104).


April 19: Terrorist wannabe’s gaoled for loose talk was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


April 20: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added personal photos 53-64.


April 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Historic alleged sex crimes in the UK, or something else?
The Truth About Fiat Money - a blog
The latest Yahoo! password theft scam with 4 screengrabs.


April 21: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added personal photos 65-70.


April 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Storm Thorgerson (1944-2013) — Wish You Were (Still) Here with 4 photographs
The fight for Lewisham Hospital continues.


April 22: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Abstract oil painting
National Secular Society Dinner: programmes and menus for 1979 and 1990
Programmes for Prince’s Theatre, Bradford: November 18 & November 27, 1957
Ticket for House of Lords, March 11, 1982.


April 22: Doreen Lawrence — The whining never stops was published on/in Digital Journal.


April 22: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Four DLAS pamphlets - to the Miscellaneous Publications Section
Speech by David Webb, April 19, 1980.


April 23: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A page for Pre-NCROPA 1973-6 with some blurb
Documents (1)-(20) of the above.

This page and documents were published in the small hours; late afternoon/evening - after the two Digital Journal articles immediately below were published, I added a page for 1976 and documents (1)-(15).


April 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Tinned food — The first two hundred years with 2 photographs
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev — The view from the grassy knoll.


April 24: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive, I added documents (16)-(48) for 1976.

This completes 1976, the year NCROPA was founded.

Later I added 1991 documents (43)-(51) completing the year until the end of April, and the speech by David Webb to the Cambridge Union, October 1976.


April 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The truth about women and pornography — They love it!
How to stop buildings in Bangladesh collapsing.


April 25: On this site I added:

Photographs of convicted murderess Linda Carty and Christopher Robinson to LINDA CARTY: The Guilty Murderess...
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 19-25, 2013.


April 25-6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Donna from the musical Hair, credited to The Cast
I’m Black/Colored Spade from the musical Hair, credited to The Cast
Sodomy from the musical Hair, credited to The Cast.

Beautiful Collision by Bic Runga
Something Good by Bic Runga

Quando, Quando, Quando (Tell Me When) credited here to Pat Boone.


April 26: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous:

Answerphone leaflet, 1979
NCROPA sticky label, circa 1980
Brazil - report on a private viewing, 1985
NCROPA Newsletter, November 1989.


April 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Building ‘The NCROPA Virtual Archive’ with 2 added photograph.
More Al-Qaeda wannabe’s sentenced.


April 26: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Casting Photographs 41-62
Personal Photographs 71-6.


April 27: Anti-porn feminism is back — Be sure to miss it was published on/in Digital Journal.


April 27: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive under Miscellaneous:

Cerne Giant - a pamphlet
NCROPA badge order form
NCROPA notice of meeting, June 1991
Nocturnal Emissions, December 1991
Submission on censorship, December 1977
URGENT! - a notice published by Mary Whitehouse.


April 27: On this site I added the original songfact for Married In London


April 27: I added some scans of cuttings to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Sunday Mercury, August 26, 1956
Hull Daily Mail, April 27, 1971
Chelsea News, June 26, 1970 & July 17, 1970
Chelsea Post, August 3, 1973.


April 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

End of the line for Audley Harrison — Really! with a photograph
Talk and action on the war on terror.


April 28: The afternoon I spent some time doing some site maintenance on vexatious_litigant; I didn’t edit any files as such, certainly didn’t edit any text, but I put in a few smart quotes and such. I also ran a few of its urls through the Wayback Machine. A surprising number of its pages have not yet been archived.


April 30: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

SA Times, October 27, 2004
Boxing News, January 28, 2005 - a response to Taha (but see entry for May 3, below)
Ealing Gazette, August 8, 2007 - a response to a Taha missive
Boxing News, April 25, 2013.


April 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Can you beat austerity with Aquaponics? with 3 photographs
Manchester child rapists convicted
The World Wide Web is 20 years old today.


May 2: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The first ten documents for 1993
Some more text to the Dramatis Personæ.


May 2: The video Why The Internet Should Create Its Own Money was published on YouTube

This is Internet Sermon Number 8, and is not to be confused with the dissertation of the same name.


May 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Not everyone believes Amanda Knox
‘Dave Allen: God’s Own Comedian’ with a photograph
Financial nonsense from both sides of the Atlantic.


May 2: On this site I added:

Images And Other Files On This Site
The transcript of Why The Internet Should Create Its Own Money - in WORD format - this is Web Sermon Number 8, and is not to be confused with the dissertation of the same name on Financial Reform
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 26-May 2, 2013.


May 3: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (11)-(35) for 1993
Entry in Whose Side Are You On?
A photograph from Carol Thatcher’s book Diary Of An Election


May 3: Mass murder and alleged child murder in Wales was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 3: On Taha’s site, this (below) was originally listed as published April 30, but I’ve just noticed the picture didn’t upload, for some reason, so it was actually published today:

Boxing News, January 28, 2005 - a response to Taha

Also published here today were:

Collectors’ Digest, August 1990
Daily Telegraph, January 1, 2010
Daily Express, October 14, 2011 - scanned version, (NewsUK version already added)
Boxing News, October 20, 2011
Evening Standard, October 24, 2011 - this contains other contributions.


May 4: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (36)-(60) for 1993, completing the year until the end of March.


May 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Another acid attack in London
Radical feminazis not wanted in London.


May 4: This evening I did some work on the Michael Stone site. I didn’t add anything to it as such, apart from half a sentence to an explanatory note, but on checking Archive.Org I realised that only 88 files of 424 had been captured, so I ran a load of them through the Wayback Machine and also did some maintenance on the site.


May 4: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 2-4, 2013 was added.


May 5: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (61)-(90) for 1993, completing the year until the end of May.
Scans of articles about/mentioning David Webb/NCROPA from Gay Times, Plan and The Freethinker (two); these scans include unrelated material.

Romans Won—Whitehouse Nil, by David Webb.


May 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Boxing: Mayweather returns; Harrison goes for good
‘The Woman Who Lit up the World’ with a photograph.


May 5: I added Personal Photographs 77-85 to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


May 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

3-D printing — The greatest thing since the Internet with a photograph
Watch out for these malware scams with 3 screengrabs.


May 7: Twenty-one autographed photographs were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive together with a tiny bit of blurb.


May 7: ABBA —The Museum was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


May 7: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I moved the scans of The Viewer And Listener to a dedicated page, and added a bit of explanatory blurb. I also added the first three scans under Related Documents.

I also added:

The Viewer And Listener: October 1977, April, January 1978

A March 1982 advertisement
Advertisement for the 1987 Sex Maniacs’ Ball
NCROPA 1987 Christmas card
An advertisement for a sex contact video magazine, circa 1991
Laura Norder poses new threat to civil liberties by David Webb and a 1993 issue of a Stonewall newsletter.


May 7-8: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Garden Where The Praties Grow, by Johnny Patterson
The Dingle Puck Goat, by Johnny Patterson
The Roving Irish Boy, by Johnny Patterson
The Stone Outside Dan Murphy’s Door, by Johnny Patterson

Kids, from the musical Bye Bye Birdie credited here to the Cast
Put On A Happy Face, from the musical Bye Bye Birdie credited here to the Cast

Tomorrow Belongs To Me, from the musical Cabaret, credited here to the Cast


May 8: Personal Photographs 86-111 and 5 more autographed photographs were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


May 8: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The speech by David Webb, Bedford Hotel, Brighton, October 1992, and the leaflet/flyer advertising that meeting
Leaflet issued by Norma and Brian (this was not linked properly, see entry for September 20, below).


May 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Man cleared of raping woman in his sleep
Woman gaoled for five murders with 5 photographs


May 8: On the site I added:

The Military’s Ban Against Homosexuals Should Remain to Other Contributors
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 5-8, 2013.


May 9: The folllowing were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

2 more autographed photos; personal photographs 112-8; casting photo 63-4


May 9: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents 26-46 for 1982, up to the end of April, and the 1982 speech by David Webb at the Mary Ward Centre.


May 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Juries hear harrowing evidence in two child murder trials
What is Missing White Woman Syndrome?


May 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Amanda Berry and the psychic charlatans
‘Bankers - Fixing The System’ with a photograph.


May 11: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive; they are listed here in no particular order:

The original NCROPA website (a zip file)
A list of those who attended the 1992 fringe meeting
Pornographic drawing (ostensibly) by Graham Bright MP
NCROPA Christmas card 1982-3 with a lot of explanatory blurb
Feminists Against Censorship leaflet, Spring 1992
Documents 47-52 for 1982, until the end of May
Change of Obscenery, March 1986
Madonna’s Homecoming
SPANNERpeople: September & October 1992 issues
Desire - pages from the issues of July and August 1998.


May 11: The following - listed in no particular order - were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive

The Luton school centenary pamphlet and four related photographs
Reviews: The Observer, November 1972; The Water Gipsies (Those gipsies lack fire); York Rep. Comedy Of A Scots Girl; See him?; Wimbledon News, May 12, 1972.


May 11: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added photographs 123-6 - May 1948; and one more autographed photograph - number 28.


May 12: Where can you find old software? was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 photographs.


May 12: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive in no particular order:

Who’s Abusing Drugs?
A July 1983 review by Antony Grey
The Viewer And Listener, January 1978
Video trade survey form, 1983
Photograph from New York
Documents ncropa-val-extra-4 & ncropa-val-extra-5.


May 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Debunking ‘feminist’ nonsense on YouTube
Stuart Hazell pleads guilty to the murder of Tia Sharp with a photograph.


May 13: On The David Webb Virtual Archive I added Casting Photographs 67-73; (66 was uploaded but was not linked properly).


On May 13 I realised that thie HomePage update of December 23, 2010 on this site had been listed as December 15, 2010 (at the top of the page), so I put that right.
I also added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 8-13, 2013.


May 14: The following were published on The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Cutting from Luton News, David Webb with Stanley Baxter
Three photographs of Stanley Baxter - one with David Webb
Three more of Patrick Cargill (one with William Franklyn)
Webb photos 132 & 132a
Webb casting photographs 74-82; casting photo 66 was uploaded yesterday, but was not linked properly, so it was today.


May 14: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive; they are listed here in no particular order:

An article and a letter from the Freethinker; an advertisement for a book
NCROPA listing from Skin Two magazine, 1993.
Three documents under the heading 14 Days That Will Shake The Porn Industry.


May 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Stuart Hazell gets 38 years for the murder of Tia Sharp
‘The Prisoners’ with a photograph.


May 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Electric Dreams: The Giorgio Moroder Story’ with a photograph
Fighting the cuts in Bromley.


May 15: The following miscellaneous documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive; in no particular order they are:

NCROPA leaflet 1977 that deals with handling the police
A small one-sided leaflet headed COUNTDOWN ON SPANNER (added to the Dramatis Personæ page)
Article from For Women, March 1993
A Note On NCROPA Headed Notepaper - with 12 images - (On June 5, 2013 this was retitled A Note About NCROPA Headed Notepaper)
CAC introductory leaflet.


May 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Reginald D. Hunter and the not-so-beautiful game
The moron with the massive stack wins yet again - a blog
‘Bankers - 2. Risking It All’ with a photograph
The fallacy of Missing White Woman Syndrome.


May 16: The following miscellaneous documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive; in no particular order they are:

What Is Pornography? by Tuppy Owens, 1992
Flyer for Sex Maniaque’s Jack’ n’ Jill-Off Night, 1992
Two articles from Gay Times - April and August 1992 (the full pages concerned)
And documents (1)-(6) for 1983.


May 17: The following miscellaneous documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

And documents (7)-(38) for 1983, until the end of May
Documents 21-53 were added after the two Digital Journal articles below.


May 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Now Google is ‘evil’ says Margaret Hodge with a screengrab
UK legal news: child murder, slavery and acid in the face with a photograph.


May 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Living With A Killer: Stuart Hazell’ with a screengrab
An antidote to Monsanto?


May 18: The following were published on The David Webb Virtual Archive:

National Secular Society Dinner invitation 1982, 1983 & 1986
Two flyers for a play called Pornography
Programme for Cosh Boy, Theatre Royal, Nottingham.


May 18: Documents (54)-(61) for 1983 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


May 18: On this site I added Is Homosexual Activity Normal? and The Halal Slaughter Controversy, both PDF files, both under Other Contributors.

I also added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 14-8, 2013.


May 19: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (53)-(55) for 1982
Documents (62)-(88) for 1983

The above means that the documents for both years are completed until the end of June.


May 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Britannia’ with 2 photographs
Mairead Philpott — A woman with NO appeal.


May 20: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (89)-(161) for 1983, completing the year
Followed by the rest of the documents for 1982, ie up to document (71)
Then documents (1)-(13) for 1985, January.


May 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Will the US call time-out on serial killers?
No austerity or fidelity for London’s high flyers.


May 22: The following miscellaneous documents were published on The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Cockpit Theatre petition, 1983
Two General Election forms - front only
Erotic Oscars invitation, March 1988
Freethinker, June 1988 - front page article
Appeal by Eve Vorley
BBFC certification symbols, 1998
The Sex Maniacs’ Ball 1992 invitation

I also moved the Freethinker collection to a separate page.


May 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Dale Cregan admits to murdering four people with a photograph
‘The Cleveland Captives: What Really Happened? with a photograph.


May 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Hunt for Britain’s Sex Gangs’ with a photograph
‘Bankers - 3. Payback Time’ with a photograph
Triple child killer being groomed for release with a photograph
Who is really murdering Moslems?
Sex pervert doctor gets 12 years

The last of the above includes two photographs - a new one (a screengrab) and a reupload of one that was uploaded before. The site is using new software, and a large number of my photos appear to have disappeared, hopefully temporarily.


May 24: On this site I added:

A bibliographic entry for November 25, 2005 - with two scans
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 19-24, 2013.


May 25: I added 6 cuttings and 5 photos to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


May 25: I published documents (53)-(80) for 1991 on The NCROPA Virtual Archive; this completes the first half of the year, till the end of June.


May 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Fighting the cuts, and exploiting them with 2 scans
Now it’s taxi ‘racism’.

I can’t believe it, this last article was pulled after 122 page views. According to Silverberg it was racist - yawn. It was republished on Majority Rights, May 29.


May 25: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha site:
Evening Standard, January 23, 1986
Independent, November 18, 1998
Guardian, January 15, 2005.


May 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Propaganda at the British Library
Boycotting workfare.


May 26: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The Viewer And Listener: June 1978, October 1978

Documents: A.B.U.S.E.; Letter with leaflet (June 12, 1978); Abuse leaflet petition; National Youth Dedication Day; Renewal Slips (2); Stoporn Now petition; Urgent Memo

Documents (81)-(90) for 1991, until the end of July.


May 26-7: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’m Going to Get Lit Up (When the Lights Go Up in London), credited to Carroll Gibbons

I Want To Marry A Lighthouse Keeper by Erika Eigen

Can’t Get Any Lower by Gun
Money (Everybody Loves Her) by Gun

The Light Comes From Within by Linda McCartney


May 27: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Defend Gay’s The Word Campaign Information Pack as a ZIP file, with some explanatory blurb


May 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Registry of FALSE RAPE Allegations
Feminazis try to censor ‘lads’ mags’ again.

This is a new record. Silverberg deactivated the second of the above immediately. I’ve had enough of this. I reactivated it by mistake - it was down so quick I thought I’d forgotten. By the time he deactivated it again it had received 3 likes from 16 views. See also the entry for May 29, below.


May 27: The following were published on Taha’s site:

Collectors’ Digest, September 2002, page 59 - the FORUM includes contributions from three others. And his review in the same publication together with the front cover.

Front cover and pages 56-7 of the June 2003 issue (letters from Taha and others).

Evening Standard, August 3, 2012.


May 28: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

(91)-(105) for 1991, completing the year until the end of September
Three documents (four files) relating to The Last Temptation Of Christ; design for NCROPA sweatshirts.


May 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The oldest book in the world with a photograph
The ‘Lindisfarne Gospels’ at Durham with a photograph.


May 28: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 25-8, 2013.


May 29: I added documents (106)-(116) for 1991 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive, for October 1991.


May 29: I opened my own Google blog - VennerRoad - on which I republished Feminazis Try To Censor ‘Lads’ Mags’ Again.


May 29: Feminists claim victory for censoring Facebook was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 29: Back to The NCROPA Virtual Archive where I added:

A dedicated Feminists Against Censorship page and 5 documents related to this organisation, number fac-1 to fac-6; one of these was moved from the Miscellaneous Documents page and renamed. This was replaced with a cartoon from 1991, for a NCROPA freedom of information bill. I also added a links page to the site.


May 29: Now it’s taxi “racism” was republished, on Majority Rights.

See also entry for May 25, above.


May 30: I added a fan page to The David Webb Virtual Archive with some blurb and scans of 9 fan letters, and envelope, and the reply we sent out earlier this month.


May 30: The April Jones murder trial verdict was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 31: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Whiplash - a 1996 notice about the wasting of public money
Another Nocturnal Emissions
The remaining documents for 1991, up to (137).


May 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Should the police have tortured Mark Bridger?
The shootings at Woolwich — the big unanswered question
Statists exploit tragedies to promote censorship.


June 1: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added a page for the Libertarian Alliance, and four pamphlets to same. A fifth publication - by Tuppy Owens - was moved from the Miscellaneous Documents page and replaced with a new upload, a flyer for an official New Zealand Government publication.


June 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Food Banks, Fuel Tax And Fat Cats
Who is reselling your work on-line? with a screengrab.


June 1: I didn’t add anything new to this site today, but I did make some cosmetic alterations, the most noticeable of which was replacing my biography of Colin Jordan - originally 3 compressed files - with one uncompressed file.

I also updated the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 29-June 1, 2013.


June 2: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

Guardian, September 23, 1993 - I found this in the NCROPA files; the scan includes another letter
The Times Magazine, July 13, 2002
The above includes other letters.
South London Press, August 27, 2010, page 20 - with most of the accompanying photograph missing.
West End Extra, March 29, 2013


June 2: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added

Against...Censorship... by Russell Whitaker
Why The Age Of Consent... by Chris Tame

Alleged Causal Links Between Media Violence and Youth Crime.


June 2: Is it time for the University of YouTube? was published on/in Digital Journal

I heard from Silverberg today they’re phasing out the blogs. I don’t know if that means they’ll be deleted, but they’ve been removed from the personal menus although you can still search them for now.


June 2: On this site I added a scan of a press release for Scatologicus Eroticum (with that correct spelling). This went straight into the Bibliography together with a bit of blurb.


June 4: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

Standpoint, January/February 2011
Times Educational Supplement, July 15, 2011
Standpoint, December 2011 - this includes a letter or part of by another correspondent.
The Sun, April 11, 2013
The Sun, April 26, 2013 - this includes other letters.

I also replaced the on-line version of the Sunday Telegraph letter of March 11, 2012 with the hard copy, which includes another letter, by Jane Thomas of Cambridgeshire.


June 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is there a new way to measure the economy?
Here we go again — False flag at Woolwich


June 4-5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Wrong Man, by Deep Purple

The Song Of Seven Oaks, credited to Seven Oaks School Choir.


June 5: On this site, Leroy Cool met Gerry Adams was published.


June 5: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Notepaper headed - Royal Pornographer indeed. And another sheet which includes David Webb’s photograph

FAC Submission to Home Affairs Inquiry Into Computer Pornography, 1993
FAC Spring 1995 Update
Flyer for FAC on trial.


June 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Unspeakable Crime: Rape’ with a photograph and a screengrab
Who is Alpha Woman?
English Defence League — No Friends on the Right either.


June 5: After the above, back to the archive where I added a page for 1980 and documents (1)-(14) for January-May.


June 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Serial murder in the soaps with a screengrab
‘Dirty Britain’ with a photograph
At last, the BBC reports Bilderberg

The third of the above articles was actually published after documents (15)-(35) for 1980 immediately below, then I finished the year, ie documents (36-65).


June 6: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents (15)-(65) for 1980, completing the year.


June 6: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 2-6, 2013.
I also did some light maintenance on a few files including adding a comma to the poem Let’s Hear It For The Guv’ner!


June 7: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added a page for 1979 and documents (1)-(8), for the first six months of the year.


June 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Forty foreign predatory rapists arrested in London
The truth about the Mau Mau Uprising with a photograph.


June 7: I added July 2012 Ripperana and the hard copy of the Evening Standard, January 12, 2012 to the Taha site.

After he arrived and we’d eaten, I also added his letter in the Sun, May 17, 2013, the scan of which includes another letter and a couple of fragments.


June 8: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added

1986 Christmas card - which was probably drawn only for fun; if David Webb had distributed this, he would probably have been arrested!
An article from The Freethinker, August 1985 on blasphemy
An article from The Freethinker, August 1986, by Ted Goodman - the two pages scanned include other, irrelevant, material.
A review from The Freethinker, November 1994, by Ted Goodman
Advertising in Skin Two - 1986-7
Four issues of Caress magazine.


June 8: Unthinkable crimes UK — Murder and child rape was published on/in Digital Journal with 3 photographs.


June 9: I added a page for 1978 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive with all 44 documents for the year. I also finished 1979, documents (9)-(23). Later - after the Digital Journal article below - I added a page for 1984 and the first eleven documents, for January-February.


June 9: ‘History of the Eagles’ was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 photographs.


June 10: I added Hopeless cases: race, racism and the ‘vexatious litigant’ by Didi Herman to vexatious_litigant - the first new thing I’ve added to this site since March 2012.

I also did some general maintenance on the site.


June 10: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents (12)-(31) for 1984, until the end of April.


June 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Catherine Wells-Burr — Killers sentenced
Sydenham Arts Festival 2013 with 3 photographs
How crazy is Alex Jones?


June 11: I added a page for 1986 to The NCROPA Virtual Archive and documents (1)-(19), for January.

The following documents - listed in no particular order - were also added:
Radical Feminism: An Exposé, by Danny Frederick
Why Pornography Should Not Be Censored, by NCROPA member Antony Grey
The Morality Of Prostitution, by Sara Mackenzie
Why Sado-Masochism Should Not Be Criminalised, by Chris Tame
The Criminal Justice And Public Order Bill submission - Avedon Carol.


June 11: Andrew Lancel cleared of historic sexual assaults was published on Digital Journal with this title and a photograph.


June 11: After the above, I went back to the NCROPA site where I added a page for 1987 and documents (1)-(22), until the end of February, and finally documents (32)-(38) for 1984, until the end of July.


June 11: I also published another Google blog: Islamicist, Islamist, And Islamic.


June 12: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added the rest of 1984, ie documents (39)-(57) and documents (14)-(48) for 1985, ie until the end of April.


June 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The continued denial of justice for Michael Stone
The Great British motoring rip off.


June 13: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added a page for 1988, and documents (1)-(39), until the end of May that year.
And a page for 1989 with documents (1)-(7), until the end of January.
Finally, a added a page for 1992, and documents (1)-(9), until the end of January.


June 13: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 7-13, 2013.


June 14: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive, I added additional documents for 1994 until mid-February (document 28). I also tinkered a bit with the documents already published, for January. After publishing the three articles below on Digital Journal I came back to this site and added a page for 1995 plus the first 15 documents for that year, until the end of August.


June 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The most hated man in American history with a photograph and 2 screengrabs
The Secret Life of the Cat with a photograph
Lawyers and the cuts in the UK with a scan.


June 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Can technology destroy the New World Order?
The ongoing tax crusade against Google.


June 15: On vexatious_litigant I added another article: The Commonwealth’s Cry of ‘Vexatious Litigant’..., by APS Dignity
I also added a photograph of Lonny Bristow to one of the articles about him - almost certainly not the same photograph that accompanied the original printed version - which I have not seen. And I did some cosmetic work on the site, including to said article.


June 15: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added a page for 1996, and all the documents for that year: (1)-(53).


June 16: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added documents (49)-(73) for 1985, until the end of September. Documents (74)-(96) were actually added after the two Digital Journal articles below. Only the first page of document (90) was added; this appears to be a 2 page document.


June 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Lewisham Hospital campaign steps up the pressure with a photograph
Britain’s police are ‘relatively honest’, says who?


June 18: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (97)-(124) for 1985, completing the year
A page for 1997, and all 10 documents for the year
A page for 1998, and documents (1) to (10)
A page for 1999 to 2002, and all 20 related documents.


June 18: The following were published on Financial Reform:

BI not JSA: A Basic Income for All - a PDF of a Green Party leaflet
The Social Crediter, May-June, 1992
Towards a Consensus...on...the Money Issue - a flyer, (JPG).


June 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Anti-Chinese ‘racism’ in Ghana
Julian Assange has served his time

The second of the above articles was actually published after the first entry below.


June 18: On this site I added:

A flyer for the 1993 Global Deception Conference, linked directly to the bottom of this page
Four screengrabs and some lengthy comment re A Goy Pries Into The “Talmud” on the Site Corrections Page
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 14-8, 2013.


June 19: Documents (16)-(56) for 1995 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive completing the year.


June 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The truth about Ahmadinejad
Serena Williams on the Steubenville rape case

The second of the above articles was actually published after the Taha correspondence below.


June 19: On the Mark Taha website:

The screengrab from the Independent for August 4, 2012 was replaced with a scan of the hard copy, and the image was redated, (originally it had been entered erroneously as August 3, 2012)

The following correspondence was also added:

The Independent, April 4, 2001
Daily Mirror, September 5, 2008
News Of The World, November 7, 2010
Evening Standard, May 31, 2012
Evening Standard, May 28, 2013.


June 21: On FinancialReform I added a page called “Correspondence With The Chancellor Re The Bilderberg Group and Debt-Free Money” and the correspondence to date - three letters.


June 21: Documents (10)-(48) for 1992 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive, completing the year
A letter in The Freethinker, December 1994 re the review in the November 1994 issue
Unwanted - a document produced by OutRage!

And, after the three Digital Journal articles below I added the documents for February 1986, (20)-(46).


June 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

George Osborne comes clean about Bilderberg
Yet another ludicrous report about violence against women
The mythical glass ceiling returns (yet again).


June 21: Bilderberg 2013: British Treasury Admits Chancellor Held Discussions In Official Capacity

The above appears to have been published on infowars.com shortly after my article of the same day about George Osborne and Bilderberg. It includes the scan of the letter I received from James Underwood of HM Treasury. I discovered this only in the small hours of August 4, 2013.


June 22: Documents (29)-(53) for 1994 were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive completing until the end of May.

Later, after the article on tax havens below, I added:

Documents (8)-(46) for 1989, until the end of July
Documents (91)-(96) for 1993
A page from Gay Times, December 1991
“Pornography” - What is and is not legal?


circa June 22: The following were published on SongFacts:

Fred And Rose by Kunt and the Gang
Shannon Ain’t Dead (She’s Under My Bed) by Kunt and the Gang with an unlinked photograph (which was linked later today, ie June 22).

The Skies Are Blue In Colorado by James Ramey

Navy Blue, by Diane Renay
Unbelievable Guy, by Diane Renay

The Boy With The Beatle Hair by The Swans

If I Had A Wagon by Up With People

Where The Columbines Grow credited here to Various.


June 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Psychic charlatans and flying saucers in the news
Can closing tax havens really feed the world?


June 22: On the Mark Taha website, the following correspondence was also added:

Collectors’ Digest, October 1990 - this includes the front cover and other correspondence
Hackney Gazette, March 28, 1996
Hackney Gazette, July 31, 1997
London Evening Standard, June 21, 2013.


June 22: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 19-22, 2013.


June 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Immanuel Jakobovits v OutRage! twenty years on with a photograph
The crime of Lorena Bobbitt with 2 photographs
‘The Truth About Heroin’.


June 23: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added:

Documents (11)-(25) for 1998, until the end of April
Four documents related to the Spanner case
And finally Documents (54)-(70) for 1994, until the end of August.


June 24: Kat Banyard And Her Ludicrous Rape Statistics was published on VennerRoad.


June 24: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added:

1986: Documents (47)-(95), until the end of August
1993: Documents (97-103) until the end of July.


June 25: I added the following to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The Power Of Jesus
The Video Inspector Cometh - from The Freethinker
A page from The Freethinker - letters - February 1995
A letter from Equity Journal by David Webb, November 1983
Documents (23)-(46) for 1987, until the end of March.
And - after the two Digital Journal articles below:
Documents (49)-(65) for 1992, until the end of July
The rest of the documents for 1998, ending with document (46) for December 17.


June 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Police’s Dirty Secret’ with a photograph
Is the NSA spying on Amazon?


June 26: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

I finished the documents for 1994; the last is document (81) for December 18
I also added September-December 1986, ie documents (96)-(161), completing the year
After the Digital Journal below I completed 1993, ie documents (104)-(128).


June 26: Crime fighting on YouTube was published on/in Digital Journal with a screengrab.


June 26-7: The following were published on SongFacts:

Letter From Afghanistan by Richard Digance

Take It Off The Top by The Dixie Dregs

Cheapskate Lullabyes by Charlie Dore

O Fair New Mexico by Elizabeth Garrett

Ballad Of Mat Som by Azmyl Yunor.


June 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Texas executes triple murderess at last
The police, spying, and Doreen Lawrence

The second of the above articles was actually published after documents (47-54) below.


June 27: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

1987: documents (47)-(54).


June 28: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (40)-(89) for 1988
Documents (47)-(52) for 1989
Documents (66)-(75) for 1992

Documents (63)-(89) for 1988 were actually added after the first three Digital Journal articles below.


June 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Twenty Ways to Stuff a Cat’ with 2 photographs
‘India: A Dangerous Place to Be a Woman’ with a screengrab
The worst ever London Underground train crash with a photograph
Man sentenced for ‘double jeopardy’ rape with 2 photographs

The third of the above was shortly retitled Memorial service: The worst ever London Underground train crash.


June 28: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 23-8, 2013.


June 29: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (55)-(86) for 1987
Documents (90)-(146) for 1988, completing the year
Documents (53)-(98) for 1989, completing the year.


June 30: Documents (87)-(97) were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive for 1987.


June 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The other Mrs Mandela with a photograph
Who is Thomas Sowell? with a photograph
David Webb — A life in pictures with 15 photographs.


July 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Together Against Grooming
Financiers playing poker with chips and with the economy.


July 1: I added documents (76)-(115) to The NCROPA Virtual Archive for 1992 until the end of November.


Circa July 3: The following were published on SongFacts:

Johnny’s In Town

Earthquake!, by Zenda Jacks
Party Queen, by Zenda Jacks
Rub My Tummy, by Zenda Jacks.


July 3: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added:

Documents (98)-(123) for 1987
Documents (116)-(121) for 1992

This completes the documents for both years and the entire calendar of documents, as it were, although there are still a lot of others to be added to the site, and work to do on it.


July 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The truth about Emma West
Beware — Yet another YouTube scam!
Will Ann Makosinski change the world?
Legality of poker still ambiguous in US with a photograph
The Shop Revolution in Sydenham with 3 photographs

Five articles today! None tomorrow.


July 5: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Photo 139 - Webb during his national service days
Photo 140 - Webb with sister (unconfirmed)
Photo 141 - a young David Webb receives a prize at school, dated 1942
Photo 142 - David Webb and sister
Photo 143 - Reg, Uncle Doc and Alec
Photos 144 & 145 - Alec, presumably the father of David Alec Webb.


July 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Race and nonsense on the Zimmerman trial
Casey Anthony: Her contribution to popular culture
Spousal abuse out of the news
Wimbledon 2013 — The graveyard of the seeds.


July 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A bad week for London’s police with a photograph
Blueprint for police state America?
Britain’s worst spirit medium goes “shopping” with a screengrab

The last of the above was shortly altered to Britain’s worst spirit medium goes ‘shopping’ - but with straight quotes! Not a world of difference. They also added a photograph. See too entry for November 25, 2016.


July 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Child killers in the news
UK anti-‘hate crime’ industry set for massive expansion with a photograph.


July 7: The following were published on The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

January 1986 memorandum re the protection of children
The Viewer And Listener: Winter 1978/9; Autumn 1980
Mistress Anne-Marie Boylen newsletter, 1989
WHAT IS N.C.R.O.P.A.? - another scan of this leaflet, apparently an original.


July 7: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 29-July 7, 2013.


July 8: Scans of the following documents were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

A cutting including Class-conscious musical
Oh! Calcutta!, The Round House, 1970
Love Kevin - flyer
Outsiders (1979-1996)
Secret Pages
The Night We Buried Judy Garland - flyer
Wednesday Matinee - flyer.


July 8: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added the Sexual Freedom Coalition response to the Home Office consultation paper on prostitution with some explanatory blurb.


July 9: On The NCROPA Virtual Archive I added two more LA papers - one by Avedon Carol and one by David Webb; I also tidied up the page.


July 9:The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Jeremy Bamber circus continues
Child killer experiences prison justice
Click your mouse and lose your house, says gambling supremo with a screengrab.


July 10:The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Murder Trial’ with a screengrab
The friends Iran does not need with a scan

The original scan was deleted for reasons that still perplex me, but after the four documents below I added a redacted version.


July 10: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Guilt Without Sex - an article by Goodman
Two speeches by David Webb - January and February 1989, (the former not delivered)
Letter Tuppy Owens to Sexual Freedom Coalition Members, May 1996
Letter by Goodman from The Freethinker, November 2006.


July 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Payday loans — A lesson for the banks?
The Dzhokhar Tsarnaev fan club is nothing new
Your chance to ‘tag’ history
Prosecutor exposes Zimmerman’s lies in summation with a photograph

The last of the above was actually published after the archive material below.


July 11: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

The Viewer And Listener, March 1977
The Viewer And Listener, Spring 1979
The Viewer And Listener, Summer 1979
A letter in lieu of the April 1980 issue of The Viewer And Listener
The Viewer And Listener, Winter 1979/80

For the same page as the above - an envelope, a letter from John Beyer dated October 23, 1979 and a subscription renewal. These three documents were clipped together.

Letter from the NVLA
The above document and the 3 below are all related
Welcome letter from Mary Whitehouse dated July 4, 1977
NVLA introductory leaflet
A small blue card: EVIL TRIUMPHS...


July 11: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 8-11, 2013.


July 12: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Feminists Against Censorship publications:

Minutes of meeting, November 18, 1992
Winter 1993-94 update
Autumn 1995 update
In The Eye Of The Beholder by Avedon Carol

NVALA documents

Letter John Beyer to Mr Jeffray, May 8, 1979
Yellow renewal slip apparently sent out with the above
Flyer for Christian Youth Dedication Day
Letter from Mary Whitehouse, June 5, 1980
Mary Whitehouse questionnaire
Invitation to join
Dear Friend...
Faxed letter, May 12, 1980.


July 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Cameron’s nanny state bans packed lunches but not booze
The truth about those wicked corporations with a photograph and a scan.


July 13: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Critique of the Criminal Justice And Public Order Bill
Flyer for Britain: An Unfree Country
Hail, Smiling Porn? by David Webb
Summary of the Sexual Freedom Bill and petition
Whiplash Club Newsletter issues 23, 32 & 36.


July 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest international false rape news with a photograph and a scan.
The Investment Broker and the Girl from The Hood.


July 13: The Viewer And Listener for Autumn 1979 and Spring 1989 were published on The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


July 13-4: The following were published on SongFacts:

Come Spy With Me from the musical Come Spy With Me and credited here to the Cast
Great, Great Welfare State from the musical Come Spy With Me and credited here to the Cast
The File On Dr. Fink from the musical Come Spy With Me and credited here to the Cast

Impostors of Life’s Magazine, by The Idle Race.


July 14: I added 5 photographs to The David Webb Virtual Archive: 146-50; I may renumber these at some point, but these were one of Webb at Luton in September 2004; one in his kitchen; one with his sister; one at a party; and one from school with three other boys or two boys and a teacher, taken on a field.


July 14: This afternoon I made yet another speech to the New Right. It was a very small turnout, due it was agreed to the oppressive heat, but this will go down well on YouTube.


July 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

George Zimmerman — The ‘evidence’ the jury didn’t hear
Evans & Christie — Sixty years on with 2 photographs
Profiling and common sense
Zimmerman, race and justice — Fiction v fact.


July 15: I added one photograph to The David Webb Virtual Archive: “Me in my youth.”


July 16: I added the back of the above photograph to The David Webb Virtual Archive with quite a bit of explanatory blurb including a quote from someone in alt.photography.


June 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The first US ‘DNA’ murder conviction twenty-five years on with a photograph
Concert for Jon Lord announced with a photograph.


July 16: After the above I went back to The David Webb Virtual Archive and added photographs 152-8: wedding scenes, one of him in New York; one with his mother and sister in the garden; one of him as a boy with his sister. I also added scans of photographs of four of his abstract paintings together with a bit of blurb.


July 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Harrogate Crime Writing Festival with a photograph
A look at the latest epetitions with a photograph

Silverberg changed the title of the latter of the above to How e-petitions let us voice our opinions to world leaders.


July 17: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 12-7, 2013.


July 18: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Evidence To The Committee On Obscenity And Censorship
The Dramatis Personæ page was augmented significantly.


July 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The dumb middle class white girl who is NOT Trayvon Martin
The ritual slaughter nonsense again


July 19: The Struggle Against Austerity was published on AllVoices.

I was unable to access my account - thedarkman - due to some bizarre password anomaly, not the first time this has happened. Also I had no response whatsoever from Support, so have created a new account: a_baron. I do not expect to be publishing on this site much as there is clearly no money in it.


July 19: I edited some text on The NCROPA Virtual Archive but did not add any new files to it. Any errors in the Dramatis Personæ page are down to Goodman!


July 19: I added scans of programmes for Funny Peculiar and Let My People Come to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


July 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Immortal Bruce Lee with a photograph
UK kicks out bogus asylum seekers
Improbable odds and plots in the UK’s leading soaps with a photograph

The first of the above was renamed by Silverberg The Immortal Bruce Lee, on the 40th anniversary of his death after the other two were published.


July 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

America’s misguided Sexual Imperialism
David Botsford — Libertarian activist with a photograph.

The first of the above included links to two videos; one of these was deleted at some point, so I found what I believe to be the same speech on YouTube and linked it as an archived video. The second video is still on YouTube at the time of writing - October 2015 - but I have replaced the link to it with an archived version.


July 21: Evidence...By The Catholic Social Welfare Commission and a flyer for the March 2000 Sex Maniacs Ball were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


July 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Trayvon Martin — Imbeciles and exploiters
‘The Secret Life of Uri Geller’ with a photograph
Cameron’s ludicrous ‘anti-rape’ law with a photograph.


July 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

More horror in Cleveland with a photograph
The British Library Sound and Moving Image Archive

The first of the above was renamed Newest alleged serial killer on trial in Cleveland and then finally (by me) Newest alleged serial killer faces court in Cleveland as this was not his trial but his initial court appearance.


July 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Citizens Of Hell’ with 3 photographs and a scan or screengrab
What the Comrades are saying about the new Royal baby
The Devil’s Right Hand — America’s Insane Gun Culture

The third of the above was reformatted as The devil’s right hand — America’s insane gun culture (without the smart quotes); doesn’t the Devil deserve to have his name capitalised? Hmm...


July 25: I added a card and a programme re Citizens Of Hell to to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


July 26: ‘Citizens Of Hell’ comes to the UK was published on AllVoices with one of the photographs from the previous day’s article on Digital Journal.


July 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Mind Sports Olympiad starts next month
The Archbishops’ follies on wages and Wonga with a photograph.


Circa July 27: The following were published on SongFacts:

Underneath The Arches, by Flanagan & Allen

Crossroads, by Tony Hatch

Gather In The Mushrooms, by Benny Hill
Pepy’s Diary, by Benny Hill

Someplace Far Away (Careful What You’re Dreaming), by Hal Ketchum

Little Soldier Say Goodnight, credited here to Dave Sampson And The Hunters

Eastwick Knows, from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
Eye Of The Beholder, from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
I Love A Little Town, from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
Make Him Mine, from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast

Swingin’ Down The Lane, credited here to Various.

My existing SongFact for Empty Rooms was augmented. (This may have been done some time ago).
Three other existing Songfacts: Let There Be Rock by AC/DC, Thirty Days by Chuck Berry, and Two Of A Kind... by Garth Brooks were likewise augmented, and again, possibly some time ago.


July 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Are social enterprises the way forward?
Justin Welby’s not-so-ethical investments with 3 screengrabs
The Ted Turner website with a photograph

Some fuckwit deleted the screengrabs before the second article above was properly viewed.


July 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

800 years of the ‘Magna Carta’ with a photograph
How trustworthy is ‘Wikipedia’?


July 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Serial killers in the news — Real and imaginary
The genesis of neighborhood watch with 2 photographs


July 30: I added “Treasury Response Re Debt-Free Money” to FinancialReform; this is a response to Martine Hamon from Anthony Nelson of the Treasury, February 22, 1993, together with some comment. Frankly, this letter by Nelson is more of a non-response.


July 30: On this site I added:

Leroy Cool Meets Cerri Burnell
Two images to the Cartoon Gallery: Amnesty and pardon for slavery from Walter Williams, and Worse Than The Ku Klu Klan (the latter is my caption).
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 18-30, 2013.


July 31: On Archive.Org I replaced a copy of a letter concerning Arnold Leese with a scan of the original.


July 31: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Australian film list, 1981
Cul d’Or - two pages - not sure if this is one issue or two
Letter by David Webb in Gay Times, December 1986
Whores And Mothers... by Mary Hayward.


July 31: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Be My Love, Sydenham
The Business Of Murder, Mayfair Theatre
Space Vixens, 2013
Sydenham Singers - leaflet
Vocal Vitality - leaflet.


August 1: I did a bit of maintenance on this site, in particular to ...Public Reply To The Ongoing Libels Of Organised Jewry... I corrected one spelling mistake, but this was basically all cosmetic.

I also added 6 images to the Cartoon Gallery: 3 Santa Claus jokes; a screengrab of a reporter outside the High Court with a protester in the background; a Holohoax sticker; and George Bush (recruiter of the year).


August 1: Photographs 159-85 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


August 3: Photographs 186-210 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


August 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

An alternative to Newspaper Paywalls
The British Music Hall Society half centenary with a photograph
Poor little rich girls win their freedom but lose their honour with a photograph
‘What’s Killing Our Bees?’ with a photograph.


August 4: Photographs 211-30 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


August 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Are band-aids ‘racist’?
‘Kill Travyon Martin’ video game — The ultimate in bad taste? with a screengrab.


August 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Celebs, Brands and Fake Fans’ with a photograph
David Parry — ‘Citizen Of Hell’ with 5 photographs, including one of me
Racial bias in jury selection — Fantasy v Fact


August 6: My speech of July 14 to the New Right appeared on YouTube: THE JEWISH QUESTION: Fantasy, Fabrication And Fact.

Alternative link for the above video.


Circa August 7: The following were published on SongFacts:

Lichtenburg, by Irving Berlin
Mrs. Sally Adams by Irving Berlin
The Hostess With The Mostes’ On The Ball by Ethel Merman (credited here to Irving Berlin)

Once Aboard The Lugger by Leslie Sarony

And Our Delaware (which was probably published June 26-7, 2013).


August 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Debt-free money for 2014? with a photograph
Basic Income for Europe in 2014?
A bad week for the Metropolitan Police with 2 photographs.


August 7: David Parry — Evangelist for Elchin Afandiyev was published on AllVoices with one of the same photographs I used in the Digital Journal report.


August 7: When Taha phoned me on the evening of August 8, he told me my letter to the Evening Standard had been published. This would have been before the entry immediately above and probably before the third Digital Journal article above that, to be absolutely precise chronologically.


August 8: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

Times Educational Supplement, July 5, 2013
Times Educational Supplement, July 12, 2013

West End Extra, June 7, 2013


August 8: On this site I added Housing For The Coloured by Michael Cookman
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 31-August 8, 2013.

See also entry for June 21, above.


Circa August 9: The following were published on SongFacts:

Goodbye from The Producers credited to the Cast
I Wanna Be A Producer from The Producers credited to the Cast
The King Of Broadway from The Producers credited to the Cast
Opening Night from The Producers credited to the Cast
We Can Do It from The Producers credited to the Cast
We’re Prisoners Of Love from The Producers credited to the Cast.


August 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Faraday Discussions at the University of Strathclyde
Joe Orton — Paedophile playwright with a photograph
‘Racist’ crime in black and white


August 9: Photographs 231-40 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive.


August 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Men Who Made Us Thin’ with a photograph
Sergey Brin — The ‘evil’ philanthropist
The reparations for slavery nonsense again with a photograph.


August 10: The David Webb Virtual Archive was renamed The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site

The theatre programmes were moved from the site index page to a dedicated page.
A sheet music page was added, and four scores were added to that:

I Could Be Happy With You
It’s A Lovely Day
Sunday
The Young Ones.


August 10: On this site my Standard letter of August 7 was published
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 9-10, 2013 was also added.


August 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Déjà vu or plagiarism in Britain’s leading soaps? with a photograph
Solitary confinement in California.


August 11: The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Sheet music for The Kerry Dance with lyric sheet was added
And photographs 241-50.


August 12: Photographs 251-60 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


August 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Two conferences on renewable energy
Al Sharpton and the hate crime that never happened.


August 13: The transcript of my July 14 speech was published on this site.

The above includes - in no particular order - 2 pages from the Talmud, a cartoon, a photograph of that whore Katie Price with her firstborn, a page from the New Unhappy Lords, two pages from The Iron Curtain Over America, an extract from Hansard of an address by Gerald Kaufman, some commentary on the discussion afterwards, and notes and references.

There is another cartoon and a photograph which have already been published on this site. The Kaufman address consists of two screengrabs. The first one looks as though it has something missing - a photograph; it doesn’t.


August 13: The actual video of the above was published on my YouTube account.


August 13: The above video was also uploaded to Archive.Org.


August 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who invented the mouse? with 2 photographs
Mechanochemistry conference in Canada next year with a scan.


August 14: Photographs 261-80 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


August 14: On this site I added scans of 3 pages from The Kinsey Report together with some comment.


August 14-5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Dance With The Devil, by Cozy Powell

Dance With The Devil from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
Dirty Laundry from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
Fires Of Creation from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast
Something from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast

The SongFact below appears to have been published somewhat earlier, probably around August 9:
Who’s The Man? from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick, credited here to the Cast.


August 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Don’t cry for the Lima cocaine mules
‘The Truth About Edward Snowden’


August 15: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for Nude With Violin and Drama, Singing Dance (from Bromley), both Baron rather than Webb contributions
Photos 281-90.


August 17: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Photos 291-305
Another review of The Dashing White Sergeant; 4 reviews of The Water Gipsies; York ‘Rep Thriller by Emlyn Williams’


August 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The ‘world’s greatest spirit medium’ to visit Croydon with a screengrab
What can be done about Detroit?


August 18: Photos 306-315 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site, but not, apparently, photo 310, something I realised only August 24.


August 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest international false rape allegations with a photograph
When animals kill humans

The photograph in the first of the above articles was deleted within 2 hours if not 1, and replaced with a similar one. Actually it was a new edit of the same one. Don’t ask me.

This article was also republished in full on or before October 19, 2013 on the website of the Center for Human Research Belgium. Gentlemen, I am flattered!


August 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Serial killers and the surveillance state with a photograph
‘Fig Leaf: The Biggest Cover-Up in History’ with a photograph
Al Stewart on tour both sides of the Atlantic
Can people power stop fracking worldwide?


August 21: Today I appeared on two episodes of the IRIB television programme Standpoint back to back with David Pidcock. Their themes were cults and racism respectively.


August 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Angel of Death Genene Jones to be released with a photograph
Mind Sports Olympiad 2013 with 7 new photographs, one including Yours Truly, all by Etan Ilfeld
The Devil and Dominic O'Flynn with 3 new photographs
The Afghan child bride torture case


August 22: On this site I added:

The cartoon Suicide Of The West to the Cartoon Gallery
The limerick Lee Rigby
I added some blurb to the HomePage
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 11-22, 2013.


August 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Newspaper Library closes in November with 2 photographs
The Queen and the Arms Trade.


August 23: On this site I added the poem Lines On The Transition Of Private Bradley Manning

I made a couple of very minor corrections to Ode To The Great White Bigot

Also, Satpal Ram stabbed his finger in the back twice, not three times, but I will allow that to ride - poetic licence!


August 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Celebrities behaving outrageously
Who is Angela Davis?


August 24: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Guardian (Education), December 11, 2001
Guardian (Education), January 8, 2002
Friends Of The Chalet School, May 2011, front page and page 13
South Africa Patriot In Exile, issue 37, circa September 12, 2012
Permission To Speak, Sir!, Summer, 2013 and half of pages 26 & 27


August 24: Photos 310 & 316-20 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


August 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who was Alfred Kinsey? with 2 photographs
The Mona Nelson ‘hate crime’ case with a photograph
‘The Terrifying Future Of The United States’.


August 25: The following, in no particular order, were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

A cutting relating to the soap opera Coronation Street, with him pictured
A flyer for a book by Stephen Law
London Art Book Fair 2013, flyer
Lowry Tate exhibition flyer, 2013.


August 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Time to end the propaganda war against Iran
Lowry at the Tate Gallery
The Whitechapel Gallery and the London Art Book Fair with a photograph

Today I contacted Silverberg to ask him if he would correct a minor error in my article about June Field; he said they would be deleting it later today due to its being defamatory. I tried to reason with him, but it has now been deleted, although the screengrab has not been deleted. Not yet, anyway. There is no way I will be staying with this site now after that. No way.


August 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

History repeats itself in Britain’s leading soaps with a photograph
The latest news from Full Sutton prison
Stop-The-War and Syria
The latest UK phishing scam with 2 screengrabs.


August 27: June Field: The World’s Greatest Spirit Medium was published on AllVoices

In November this year I noticed this been removed, like the Digital Journal article (for August 17, above). I have no idea when it was removed, but it was probably some time ago. On December 22, 2016, it was republished on this site, AllVoices being long gone. A video, originally linked from another site, was added to the article itself.


August 28: I did some maintenence to the Michael Stone website today but added nothing new. The most significant thing was merging two PDFs into one (this page) with a couple of explanatory sentences.


August 28: On this site I added:

A photograph, two text screengrabs and some blurb re two performances of The Waiting Room, April 12, 2013
A note re pamphlets to the Site Corrections Page
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 23-8, 2013.


August 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Has hip hop gone ‘gay’ ?
Astrochemistry of Dust, Ice and Gas with a scan

Later in the day the title of the first of the above was altered to Has hip-hop music gone ‘gay’? The smart quotes were also altered to regular quotes and the space before the question mark was removed. I have not altered these.

Later, the title of the second was altered by Silverberg to Inside a conference on astrochemistry of dust, ice and gas.


August 29: Photos 321-30 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


August 31: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for Gabriel: Globe Theatre; Tosca, Soho Theatre; Westminster Abbey organ festival, Summer 2013;
Programmes for The Bells Of Hell and The Secretary Bird
Finally, a press from Chelsea News, February 19, 1971.


August 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Robert Mugabe in Disneyland
Contempt of Court — US v UK
Victims of violent crime fight back.


August 31: I added 6 documents to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Two insert slips and a flyer, all the the “Mary Whitehouse” page
A contribution to Desire, 1996 by Goodman & Webb
THE XMAS PARTY - a Christmas card
WORLD’S FIRST LIVE NUDE BED SHOW.


September 2: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

The Lacey Gallery with a tiny bit of blurb and scans 1-24 (with 3 extra: 4a, 5a & 8a)

Our Pagan Christmas, by R.J. Condon
Beyond Reasonable Doubt, Churchill Theatre & insert.


September 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Crash Test Dummies: A Smashing History’ with 2 photographs
The return of the Conspiridiots with a photograph.


September 2: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Letter SeledTV to Mark “Tate”: May 1, 1995

City Limits: July 16-23, 2012
Boxing News: March 1, 2012
Boxing News: August 15, 2013

Letter Stephen Pound MP to Mark Taha: July 3, 2013

(London) Metro: July 8, 2013

Times Educational Supplement: July 26, 2013

The i: August 28, 2013

The Call Boy: Summer 2013 - this is an advertisement, a rather futile one judging by the non-response.


September 3: How reliable are Memory Sticks? was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 4: Bad news and more bad news for and from Yahoo! was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Regulator clamps down on premium rate rip offs with 2 screengrabs
The trashing of London’s public transport.


September 5: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 29-September 5, 2013.


September 6: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

The Hidden River, Cambridge Circus
These (below) were actually added after the Digital Journal article of September 6
Casting photos 83-8
I And Albert: musical.


September 6: COINTELPRO and Child Pornography was published on/in Digital Journal.


Circa September 7: The following were added to SongFacts:

Museum Song from the musical Barnum
One Brick At A Time from the musical Barnum
Thank God I’m Old from the musical Barnum
The Colors Of My Life from the musical Barnum
There Is A Sucker Born Ev’ry Minute from the musical Barnum, this includes a SongImage

The Lambeth Walk from the musical Me And My Girl

Steam Heat from the musical The Pajama Game and credited here to the Ensemble.


September 7: The Psychic and the not-so-haunted house was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 7: I deleted the PDF of the Identity edit of From Murderer To Martyr... on the satpalramisguilty website and replaced it with a link to the same article on this site. This was (re)published March 15, 2009, in compressed format. Nowadays file size is not generally an issue, but it is for satpalramisguilty because the site is on a free host, and at 4.5+Mb the uncompressed version is way too big. It has also been linked to the Articles directory on this site.

I also added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 6-7, 2013.


September 8: On this site I added three cartoons to the Cartoon Gallery: two about Barack Obama & Syria, and Fight Racism! - I’m rather proud of this last one!


September 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Ann Makosinski and her rivals
Syria, Britain, Obama and Stop-The-War
The great N-word shakedown.


September 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The new look Party Poker is a losing bet with a screengrab
The website that monitors moral panics
Mind Sports Olympiad 2013 & 2014 with 4 photographs.


September 10: National Secular Society Dinner - menu and programme, 1987 was listed originally as published on The David Webb Virtual Archive (as it then was), July 8 this year. Today I noticed it had not been linked properly, so today is its actual date of publication.

Also added to this site today were:

David Webb’s last letter
Programmes for Harold Fielding concert, Blackpool, September 1956; Tosca, January 1958; The Mastersingers Of Nuremberg, January 1968.


September 10: What Is The Mind Sports Olympiad? was published on AllVoices with 3 photographs already published on Digital Journal.


September 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The two conspiracies of September 11
The lessons of the Michael Le Vell case.


September 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

High drama in and out of the soaps with a photograph
What is the St Leger? with a photograph
That top 1% yet again with a photograph.


September 13: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

An abstract and a painting by David Webb (both too big to scan but photographed by Ali when he came here to fix my Internet connection
Telegram to David Webb - December 1970
Ticket to the Sex Maniacs Ball, November 1986
Leaflet/brochure for the Palace of Holyrood.


September 13: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 8-13, 2013 was added.


September 14: London — Rip off capital of the world was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 14: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Eight versions/variations of David Webb’s Curriculum Vitae
Programme for Cinderella at the Coliseum
Flyer for Laura Knight exhibition, July 11-October 13, 2013
Flyer for opera at the Hackney Empire, September 2013
Flyer for San Toy by Ken Reeves.


September 15: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Greenwich Theatre - programme for Autumn 2003 season
Montague Theatre - flyer for kids classes
Ondine, November 1958
The Sound Of Music, Palace Theatre
The Age Of Glamour - a flyer.


September 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Damsels in no distress — Women and crime on YouTube
Tim Wise — Making ‘white privilege’ pay.


September 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Paedophile MP...’ with a photograph
Who was Laura Knight? with a photograph


September 16: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A flyer for the Sexual Freedom Coalition
Speech by E.A.C. Goodman, August 9, 1986
Stop Persecuting Prostitutes!


September 16: I added the poem The Pope Is Not A Fag to this site
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 14-6, 2013 was also added.


September 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Peter Schiff and the Black Stockbrokers
The latest news from Aubrey de Grey and SENS
Can you believe what you see on YouTube?


September 17: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Selected NCROPA membership applications - in one file
Two letters John Beyer to A. Jeffray and one vice versa
A document re seized videos January-November 1992.


September 19: The following - listed here in no particular order - were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Charterhouse Carol Service
Programmes for Vic Oliver performance, May 19, 1946; As You Like It, 1953; King Lear, 1953; military tattoo, 1960; The Mouse Trap, 1986;
Ondine programme insert, November 1958;
Flyers for Stopsley, church fete, 1947 and Room On The Broom, November 2013;
Spiro and Treves wedding programme.


September 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Amanda Hutton — The British Casey Anthony?
What is a Mooc?
The sad tale of Marino de Silva with a scan of a postcard.


September 20: The following - listed here in no particular order - were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for Blitz Requiem, September 26, 2013; Let It Be, Savoy Theatre; Theatre Peckham, Courses 2013-14
Programmes for Blithe Spirit; Privates On Parade, February 1978.


September 20: A leaflet on The NCROPA Virtual Archive was not linked properly, so you could say it was published today.
I also added isabel koprowski on porn - (with no capitals) and a press release from Knockabout Comics.


September 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Should you build your own computer?
The Washington Sniper killings — Ten years ago next month
The Save Lewisham Hospital campaign with a scan.


September 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest online paedophile scare
Black Privilege in America

The first of the above was originally called The latest paedophile net scare; doesn’t sound right, does it? So I altered it to The latest net paedophile scare. Finally, Silverberg altered it. Sigh.


September 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Two fighters each remembered for one punch with a photograph
UKIP’s most embarrassing MEP with a photograph.


September 22: On this site I added:

Scans of pages 109, 111 and 114 from THE FLIGHT FROM TRUTH: The Reign of Deceit in the Age of Information - these were linked directly into the notes of Anti-Capitalism From Anti-Semitism To “Anti-Racism”
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 17-22, 2013.


September 23: Photos 331-360 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


September 23: The following correspondence was added to the Taha website:

Islington Gazette, June 8, 1989
Ealing Gazette, May 12, 1995
West End Extra, August 20, 2004
Independent, December 24, 2012.


September 23: Al is cited in False Reports of Sexual Assault: Findings on Police Practices, Laws, and Advocacy Options An Advocacy Paper Prepared for Women Against Rape, DRAFT REPORT.

The above came to my attention December 28 this year.


September 23: The following articles, in chronological order, were added to vexatious_litigant:

Alexander Chaffers: The Manchester Evening News
Mrs Emily Dalton: Derby Daily Telegraph
Mrs Isabella Hutcheson: Nottingham Evening Post
When Rights Cause Injustice. by Nikolas Kirby, published in Sydney Law Review.


September 23: On this site I added a large format scan of Juden Erwuenscht directly into the notes to Anti-Capitalism From Anti-Semitism To “Anti-Racism”. I also replaced the compressed PDF of the letter from Marcello Truzzi to Yours Truly with a JPG.


September 23: LAW - and disorder was added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


September 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Breaking the Magician’s Code
Should the age of consent be lowered?
Who is the White Widow? with a photograph
Anita (Pinocchio) Sarkeesian with a photograph.


September 24: The following documents were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Another CV document; this was entered as CV4; the existing document 4 was renumbered 4a
ACTOR HITS OUT AT WORLD’S END SCHEME - the bold front page newspaper only
Programme for Chicago - three pages only
Flyer for Bouncers.


September 25: Snooker — The cleanest game in town was published on/in Digital Journal, with a photograph.


September 25: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.

Radio City Music Hall plus insert
Photos 361-65.


Circa September 26: The following were published on SongFacts:

French Kissin’ by Debbie Harry

Healer by Hillsong

French Kiss by Lil’ Wayne.


September 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Aussie Animal Island’ with a photograph
The Lost Girls — Those who were found and those who were not
The Lord Rennard witch hunt is over.


September 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Women Behind Bars’ with a photograph
The Stonewall indoctrination campaign with an image which was deleted, not simply removed, within hours.


September 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

George Galloway to produce ‘The Killing Of Tony Blair’
Don’t take a Psycho to the Halloween party with a photograph
The London Guitar Festival 2013 with a photograph
Two new slightly off-beat London shows with 2 scans.

They made me retitle the first twice; it was originally called Your chance to help kill Tony Blair. I was a bit pissed off with that, but give them credit, they didn’t pull it, nor the second, the subject of which has caused a media storm here, for no good reason.

I don’t believe it, they removed the scans from the last article. I am definitely leaving this site now. Period.


September 29: Flyers for Opera Naked and Storm In A Flower Vase were added to were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site so I could link them to the deleted scans (see above entry).


September 29: Correspondence from the following was published on the Mark Taha website:

Sunday Times, September 28, 2003
Crossfire, April 2005
Bowler Dessert, Winter 2010-/2011
TNT, September 9-15, 2013.


Circa September 30: The following were added to SongFacts:

A Blacksmith Courted Me - a traditional song
To Be A Pilgrim - the well-known hymn.


September 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Two faces of austerity in London
What is this fascination with soccer? with a photograph, a screengrab and a scan.


September 30: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Some blurb, so dated, to the HomePage
Flyers for Albert Herring, London; Farragut, Southwark; Opera Rara, Autumn 2013; The Book Of Mormon, London
Photos 366-72.


September 30: On this site I added:

The limerick Cyber Annie
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 23-30.


October 1: Correspondence from the following was published on the Mark Taha website:

Metro, July 20, 2012
Neighbours’ Paper, Winter 2012
Evening Standard, September 2, 2013.


October 1: Leroy Cool Meets Amanda Knox was published on this site.


October 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Secret Voices of Hollywood’ with 2 photographs
No one gets ‘something for nothing’ says George Osborne
Bombino — The Tuareg Mark Knopfler with a photograph.


October 1: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Once, Phoenix Theatre
The Power Of Divine Presence.


October 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who was Albert Bartlett? with a screengrab
Should Phishing be a capital offence? with 6 screengrabs.


October 2: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

NCROPA application form, circa 1977
Aquarius magazine notice, January 1987
Draft Freedom Of Expression Bill, 1990
Work of Obscene Publications Squad, January-November 1992 - original handwritten list
Campaign Against Pornography & Sexism SEXIST, & NON-SEXIST, AWARDS: 1992 (yawn)
NCROPA exhibition badge, 1995.


October 2: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 1-2, 2013 was added.


October 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Former mental patient killed schoolgirl with a photograph
Common sense advice to women about rape
What happened to the Public Record Office? with a photograph
The latest ban ‘page 3’ nonsense with 3 photographs

This last was shortly renamed The latest ban ‘page 3’ nonsense in UK media.


October 3: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Darker Enterprises submission to Home Office (includes a letter to David Webb)
NCROPA memorandum re computer porn, October 1993.


October 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Amanda Hutton sentenced for killing son with a photograph
What is Dead Black Celebrity Syndrome?


October 4: The following correspondence was published on the Taha website:

The Spooktator, April 2003
Evening Standard, October 3, 2013
Evening Standard, October 4, 2013 - ie today.


October 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Did People Power stop the bombing of Syria?
The changing face of the Google homepage with 8 screengrabs.


October 5: A scanned obituary for Basil Stein and an introductory flyer (four pages) for CAC were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


October 5: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 3-5, 2013 was added.


October 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Whitewashing Huey Newton with a photograph
The great ISBN rip off
The truth about Ralph Miliband with a photograph
Why this blood ban must NOT be lifted
Stand Your Ground — Outrage and irony with a photograph.


October 7: Photos 373-400 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


October 7: The following correspondence was published on the Taha website:

London Metro, June 10, 2011
Evening Standard, September 23, 2013
Sunday Times, September 29, 2013.


October 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Malala — Shot for Going to School’ with a photograph
‘The Ottomans — Europe’s Muslim Emperors’ with a photograph
Rape and murder in the soaps with a photograph
The London Anarchist Bookfair.


October 8: Photos 401-10 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


October 8: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 6-8, 2013 was added.


October 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who was Che Guevara?
The Website that combats Phone Fraud
Graham Ovenden — Painter and Paedophile with 2 photographs.


Circa October 10: The following were published on SongFacts:

Gotcha by Crass
How Does It Feel To Be The Mother Of 1,000 Dead (no question mark) by Crass
Reality Asylum by Crass

Skin Her Alive by Dismember

It’s In The Air by George Formby.


October 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The biggest conspiracy trial ever? with a photograph
‘A Very British Murder’ with a photograph.


October 11: The following correspondence was published on the Taha website:

Hornsey Journal, October 27, 1994
Daily Mirror, March 14, 2006
Guardian (Education Supplement), September 1995 - the original; the HTML version had already been published.
Daily Telegraph, June 22, 2012- the original; the HTML version had already been published.
Daily Mail, July 18, 2013.


October 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

What is ghost broking?
When urban legends come true with a photograph.


October 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Rape in Kenya
A British view of Thanksgiving, 1863
Can you write a novel in 30 days?


October 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Europe’s Muslim Emperors’ with 2 photographs
Asian letting agents blacklist black tenants with a photograph
‘Stephen Fry: Out There’ with a photograph
‘Pussy Riot - A Punk Prayer’ with 2 images

Re the above, in the Stephen Fry article the colon was replaced, and in the Pussy Riot article, the dash was replaced. Both by the M dash. Sigh.


October 16: Fraud in Science was published on/in Digital Journal with one new photograph.


October 16: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Programme for the Victory Celebrations, 1946
Programme for Le Baiser de la Fée, 1960
Flyer for Jesus Christ Superstar, 2013
Flyer for the Quadriga Gallery

Photos 411-5.


October 16: On this site, the following were added:

A cartoon from ex-army blogspot - kinda cute - added to the Cartoon Gallery
Our Own Protocols from the American Hebrew and CONQUER WHOLE WORLD... from the Sunday Times; both of these were linked directly into my Bibliography Of the Protocols Of Zion
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 9-16, 2013.


October 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Taxation is theft, says Uncle Sam with 2 screengrabs
Stranger than fiction, the lives of soap stars with a photograph
The most thought-provoking documentaries on YouTube with a photograph.


October 18: What has happened to your Yahoo! and Google accounts? was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 screengrabs.


October 18: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Orwellian Britain 1984
Shop Early For Christmas from The Freethinker, January 1986
Press release for Britain: An Unfree Country.


October 18: The following correspondence was added to the Taha website:

Islington Gazette, August 27, 1992
TNT, August 26, 2003
Evening Standard, October 16, 2013
Boxing News, October 17, 2013. October 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Brunvand — His name is Legend
12 billion barrels of oil — So what? with a photograph
Islamist fanatics target UK Moslems

The first of the above articles is an interview with Jan Harold Brunvand. It was published initially with a photograph, but after the second article I added two more he had just sent me and also added a tiny bit of text. I thought it best not to tell him what I thought of that creep Alan Dundes, nor about that other urban legend, mass gassings!


October 19: On this site I added a Bitcoin donation button (which may or may not work) and the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 17-9, 2013.


October 20: Photos 416-35 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


October 20: Whitewashing Oscar Wilde was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


October 20: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Gallup Poll document, March 1979 and response
Sight & Sound article by Neville Hunnings

Letter in The Freethinker by E.F. Crosswell in response to David Webb, April 1992 - whole page
Letter in The Freethinker by E.A.C. Goodman, September 1995.


October 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Free wine in San Francisco, Thursday
Who was James Bland? with a photograph
‘The Ottomans’ with a photograph
Killers who were released to kill again with a photograph
The Student Assembly Against Austerity
More murders on the way in the soaps? with a photograph

Six articles in one day! For what they may be worth.


October 23: On this site the following were added:

My Life Of Love With Al Capone from Titbits (scan of full page)

The following were linked directly into the speech “Racism” And Brainwashing...
Pages 150, 152 & 180 of the 1915 edition of The Inequality Of Human Races - JPG scans
Pages 154-5 of same as a PDF
Pages 155-6, 182-3, 394-5 of British Central Africa... by Sir Harry H. Johnston
Most of the above were already linked on Archive.Org anyway; the related files are PDFs and screengrabs (JPGs) taken from same.
Also I made one or two tiny corrections to the text of the speech

4,000,000 Dead in One Camp was linked directly into the note section of Anti-Capitalism From Anti-Semitism To “Anti-Racism”.


October 23: The new Internet Archive Wayback Machine was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 screengrabs

The above was shortly retitled The new Internet Archive Wayback Machine now online.


October 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Al Stewart at the Fairfield Halls with 2 scans
Stuart Hall — A man without honour with a photograph
Obamacare summed up in one sentence
A unique conference for Pre-historians

The third of the above was shortly renamed to Journalists, politicians take aim at Obamacare’s flaws, a significant change.


October 26: A transcript from an LBC Radio programme was added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.


October 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Top doctor scaremongering on child deaths
Ancient Hebrew Manuscripts digitised for the world
Bollywood comes to Bromley with a scan.


October 27: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Bollywood poster art exhibition
Flyer for Al Stewart at Croydon
Flyer for Eliane Elias
Flyer for Paul Carrack tour
Flyer for Paul Daniels tour.


October 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Henry VIII at the British Library
Fixing broken links with the Internet Archive with a screengrab
Sexual predators in the news with a photograph.


October 27: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Video Censorship by Neville Hunnings
Behind The Video ‘Nasty’ Campaign by Terence DuQuene
An ad hoc chronology of NCROPA in action for 1984-6.


October 27: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 20-27, 2013.


October 28: Lou Reed — One of a kind was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 28: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Allegri Singers, Bromley, 2013-4
Debussy - Guildhall School of Music & Drama
George Lloyd opera
Muddah Dead, Faddah Dead, Me Nar Forget, Croydon
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Croydon, 2014
Soweto Gospel Choir, 2013 tour.


October 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Iceland Foods: Life in The Freezer Cabinet’ with a photograph
Demonstration against hospital closures
Who was George Lloyd? with a scan
Have the soaps lost the plot? with a photograph.


October 29: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Oklahoma! November 12-6, 2013, Bromley
Mozart’s Requiem, St John Smith’s Square, November 13, 2013
Brendan Shine, Croydon, November 13, 2013
The Forge & Foundry, November-December 2013 (programme).


October 31: On this site I added a “cartoon” from the February/March 1995 issue of Class War linked directly into two articles.


October 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Free concerts at the Barbican and elsewhere with a photograph
‘Halloween’ — Rise of the Slasher Film with a photograph.


October 31: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

R v Waterfield, law report, 1975
VISIT OF NCROPA DELEGATION TO WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL, September 9, 1982
I also added some a bit of blurb to the Dramatis Personæ about David Waterfield.


November 1: A Game For Morons And Broken Hearts was published on VennerRoad; it includes 6 screengrabs.


November 1: On SongFacts, Lament For Jimmy Saville was renamed simply Lament.


November 1: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A report by Tuppy Owens for NCROPA, October-November 1991
A NCROPA subscription reminder - an original template
I also added some annotations to a couple of pages.


November 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Soaps and the ‘Femme Fatale’ with a photograph
NATO and the Disposable Male
A loony rants against the big supermarkets
The great Asian mass rape hoax.


November 2: On this site the following were added:

The limerick Nick Lowles
A scan of the front cover of Nanny Knows Best
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 28-November 2, 2013.


November 3: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Article re Libertine by Arabella Melville
A message to the management by David Webb - concerning hotels and Bibles.
Critique of the Graham Bright video bill, apparently a draft.


November 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest whine about copyright
Cold cases in the news with a photograph.


November 3: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Requiem at Beckenham Church, November 2013
Electric Light Orchestra, October-November 2013
Manus Noble, Ripley Recitals, November 2013
Sandi Toksvig, tour, 2013.


November 4: The following were published on SongFacts, all apparently today:

My House by Lou Reed
The Ostrich credited to The Primitives

The existing songfact for Profession Of Violence by UFO was augmented.

The first two of the above have been edited somewhat. Quite a lot, actually.


November 4: Photos 436-45 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site; the following flyers were also added:

Haydn mass at Orpington, 2013
MEET the MUSIC, 2013-4 season
Recruiting leaflet for a Beckenham orchestra
The Middlemarch Trilogy, Richmond.


November 4: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

List of sponsors of the Bright bill
Obituary of Lord Houghton, June 1996, directly into the Dramatis Personæ


November 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Great Conspiracy of 1605 with a new photograph
‘After Savile: No More Secrets?’ with a new photograph
Pre-Christmas poker promotions with a screengrab
Public meeting on zero hours contracts with a scan
An alternative to fining Council Tax defaulters.


November 5: On this site:

A scan of Anti-Semites ask for cash in latest sophisticated forgery was added straight into the Bibliography
Ditto ‘Slit throat’ author cleared of threat charge
The Baron/ITMA Chronology for November 3-5, 2013 was added.


November 6: On this site, the following scans were added thus:

Howard clashes... directly into the notes of After Millwall... - the original was not yellow!
Law report on Israel... directly into the text of An Open Letter To Paul Boateng MP...

The first of the above was later linked to two other pamphlets.


November 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Islamic banking coming to the UK?
Noam Chomsky talking sense and nonsense


November 6: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Comments on the report of the Williams Committee..., July 1980, by Goodman
NCROPA National News advertisement, February 1977
Two pages from a magazine apparently called Victoria.


November 6: The following Taha correspondence was added to his website:

Best, March 18, 2008
Daily Mail, June 24, 2008
The i, October 8, 2013
Letter Stephen Pound MP to Mark Taha, October 15, 2013.


November 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Story of the Swastika’ with a photograph
What is Garcinia Cambogia? with a photograph
When Dogs Attack
The latest anti-prostitution crusade.


November 7: Garcinia Cambogia – Wonder slimming food? was published on All Voices with the same photograph used in the earlier story today on this subject.


November 9: Yesterday, I noticed that the article I published about June Field on All Voices has been removed; that fucking bitch must have got on to them too. I thought I had archived the page at the time, but apparently not. I have no idea when it was removed but it was probably some time ago.


November 9: On the Taha site I created a new page for previously unpublished work, moved some uploads to it and added:

American Psycho - a review
Get Back - don’t ask
Jolson - a review
Moderates? - an article
Sharp’s Tiger - a review
The Real World Of Sherlock Holmes - a review.


November 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest politically correct nonsense with 2 photographs
Critiquing Bitcoin.


November 9: On this site I added:

A JPG screengrab of page 29 of A Very Light Sleeper straight into the Bibliography for 1994
A report from the Jewish Chronicle, May 15, 1936, and a note concerning such inserts to the Site Corrections Page
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 6-9, 2013 was also added.


November 10: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

NCROPA petition against the Greater London Council bill
Report on Libertarian Alliance conference, August 1986
The Scandal Of Britain’s Obscene ‘Obscenity’ Laws.


November 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The human cost of sanctions against Iran
Renisha McBride — Time to act with a photograph.


November 11: I did some editing on this site, mostly inserting a few links.


November 11: The following was added to the Mark Taha website:

Letter by Eric Liptrot, December 1996
Letter by Mark Guardian (Society), June 2, 2004
Letter by Mark London Evening Standard, August 5, 2004


November 11: How do you choose a brand name? was published on/in Digital Journal.


November 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Cambridge — The Chinese Connection with 2 photographs
A Timeline of recent Historic Sexual Abuse Allegations was published on/in Digital Journal
The other Marissa Alexanders was published on/in Digital Journal.


November 12: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Pansexual Resources Trust (suggested title)
Undated advertisement for NCROPA, circa February 1993.


November 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The murders that never were
Feminism in China

This site is getting a pain in the arse; for reasons I will not go into here I had to reupload a photo I added last year, and...oh, what the fuck.


November 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

One Kickstarter project you shouldnt fund
‘Playing poker’ for the Philippines with a screengrab
The above was altered to Pokerstars website raising funds for the Philippines thank you Silverberg. Not.
The things some men say about rape with a photograph


November 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Day Kennedy Died’ with 2 photographs
London to become an Internet domain


November 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

FizzCat Bohemian Jewellery and its originator with 7 photographs
The Rise of the Black Serial Killer
Silverberg pulled this second article after a mere 19 page views. No, not because it was racist
Serial murderess at the Old Bailey with 2 images.


November 18: Selling Jewellery On-Line was published on AllVoices. together with 3 of the images I used in the similar article earlier today.


November 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How NOT to heat your home on the cheap this Winter with 4 photographs
Search engines bow to censorship with a photograph
The Bitcoin roller-coaster hits China
I do not believe it, actually I do, Silverberg or someone has deleted one of the images from my first article today without telling me, which means I had to amend it. Unreal. The hyphen in the third of the above articles is not mine. Sigh.
Finally, after a busy day: ACLU cries for Alfredo Prieto with a photograph.


November 19: The Rise Of The Black Serial Killer was republished, this time as a blog on VennerRoad.


November 19: How NOT to heat your home on the cheap this Winter was uploaded to YouTube
This is a short video based on the article of the same name I published earlier today.


November 20: Serial killer executed in Missouri was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph, and as happens not infrequently, a second photograph was added by the office.


November 22: Topical Issues of Mass Media in the Globalizing Information Network by David Parry was published on Archive.Org in both WORD format and PDF.


November 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

JFK — 50 years of conspiracy garbage
Early Day Motion for Debt-Free Money with a photograph
Cocaine, porn and rent boys: It’s all at the Co-op with a photograph
The Knockout Game — A sickening new trend with a screengrab
How ‘racist’ is your diet? with a photograph
The photograph was removed from the fourth article above - deleted in fact - replaced with an old photograph and a linked video. Why am I not surprised? Unbelievably they have also deleted the image I uploaded with my third article of the day. I have really had enough of this.


The following were published on SongFacts circa November 23:

Rock You Sinners by Art Baxter and His Rock ’N’ Roll Sinners

The Pixie by Arthur Askey

In Spite Of All The Danger by The Beatles

Gentil Prince De Renom by Henry VIII

Hard Headed Woman by Elvis Presley - only a partial contribution by Yours Truly

Bobbitt by SNFU

Elevator Rock by Tommy Steele
Rock With The Caveman by Tommy Steele

The Peace Of The Roses credited to Traditional

Where The Gentle Avon Flows credited to the Mantovani Orchestra

<i>Bad Boy,/a> by Marty Wilde

The Way I Tend To Be by Frank Turner; apparently this is an existing songfact that was augmented.


November 23: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:
Beckenham Chorale, 2013-2014 Season
English Baroque Choir, November 23, 2013
NetTheBed, Mitch Daniels, 2013
Vaudeville Theatre: The Duck House.


November 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The UK relief effort for the Philippines
The life and hard times of Michael Gerard Tyson
The latest Edward Snowden non-revelation.


November 24: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Christodoulos Georgiades 70th Birthday Celebration
From Morning To Midnight, National Theatre.


November 24: Duke lacrosse rape liar convicted of murder was published on/in Digital Journal

Although I uploaded a photograph with this, it is not a new one. For some reason the new search engine fails to find a lot of the site photos, so I downloaded this one from an article and uploaded it again, albeit with a new caption. I had to enlarge it too, again thanks to the new software.


November 24: On this site I added:

Leroy Cool Meets Kat Banyard
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 10-24, 2013.


November 25: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for the South East London Orchestra, November 24, 2013; South London Singers, 32nd, Season; and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, 2 dates
Photos 446-50.


November 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Psychic fraud Sylvia — Not wanted dead or alive
Christodoulos Georgiades Birthday Concert in London with a photograph
‘Morecambe and Wise the Whole Story’ with a photograph

This has to be a new low, within minutes if not seconds the screengrab I took for the first of the above articles was removed and deleted, leaving me to rewrite it, and the main article picture had been removed, although it was shortly replaced by another photograph. I have really had enough of this.

And would you believe that in the small hours of the following morning when I checked the last article, they had deleted the picture of Morecambe and Wise I uploaded, replacing it with another one? Unfucking real.


November 26: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Obituaries of David Webb and Basil Stein from Campaign Against Censorship Newsletter, December 2013

The Age of Big Brother - both PDFs of articles by Goodman from The Freethinker.


November 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The strange case of the Brixton ‘slaves’
Profiling — Common sense and nonsense with a photograph
The future of Camden Market with a photograph.


November 26: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Dare To Be Different
David Webb’s Old Vic audition
Flyer for Sherlock Holmes Christmas Festival, 2013
National Theatre Platforms - half centenary

And Webb casting photographs 89-95.


November 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Ian Watkins — Worse than Gary Glitter with a photograph
How can you save money on-line?
What is the Campaign Against Censorship? with a photograph


November 28: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Christmas Festival, Barbican, December 27, 2013-January 25, 2014
Disney on ice UK tour, 2014
Natural History Museum Ice Rink, October 2013-January 2014.


November 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How to cure the Knockout Game with a photograph
David Parry — To Heaven from Hell with Elchin with 2 photographs
Boye and Ram — Murderers in and out of the news with a new photograph
Murder and mass murder in the UK with a photograph
The strange case of Mark Walcott.


November 28: Can You Fold The Nuts? was published on VennerRoad with 3 screengrabs.


November 28: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 25-8, 2013 was added.


November 29: Parry to bring Elchin play to Spain was published on AllVoices with one of the same photographs used in the earlier Digital Journal article.


November 29: The following - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Another copy of the 1994 minutes
Articles by Goodman from Plan: June, September & October 1982
Newsletter of the Sexual Freedom Coalition, received February 10, 1999
A small leaflet for Worldwide Cannabis Action, May 1, 1999
NCROPA badge order form, the second and later one.


November 30: The following - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Feminists Against Censorship, Winter 1996 Update
Rules For The Adminstration Of The Libertarian Alliance
The Need For New Law
Two documents with short chronologies of censorship
Letter in Forum by David Webb, 1986 - scan includes other material.


November 30: ‘Blues America’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph


December 1: The following - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Front cover of a law journal re ...Feminist Critique...
Letter for prospective NCROPA members, May 1976
A list of like-minded organisations, December 1986
Draft letter re Brown et al, 1992
Review of Pornography: Women, Violence and Civil Liberties
Front cover of Soft-Core.


December 1: ‘Lives Of The First World War’ was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 1-2: The following were published on SongFacts:

Orlando Sleepeth by John Dowland

All American Prophet from the musical The Book Of Mormon credited here to the Cast
Hello from the musical The Book Of Mormon credited here to the Cast
Orlando from the musical The Book Of Mormon credited here to the Cast.


December 2: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Documents (4)-(9) for 1999
And 3 letters from 2002: one from David Webb to the Radio Times, one to and one from Chris Tarrant; this necessitated some renumbering.


December 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

What’s behind the new UK discourse on immigration?
The 50th Anniversary of Searchlight

The superscript in the above does not appear in the original.


December 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Mortician — A job to die for
Fake Heartbreaks in the news
The other face of Tiger Woods.


December 3: The following - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Mary Whitehouse petition to outlaw pornography
A.B.U.S.E. - a NVLA slip alluding to February 10, 1978
NCROPA draft document re meeting with Peter Lloyd MP, March 1982

The following were all added to the Libertarian Alliance page

Pornography: Anything Goes In Denmark
Coda, September/October 1985
Against Censorship by David Botsford - two copies
Calculated To Deprave & Corrupt by Fanny Cockerell
LA Conference leaflet for August 9, 1986 (unhighlighted copy).


December 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Censors at Work’ at the British Library
AIDS ‘Denialism’ videos on YouTube


December 4: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A Brief History Of NCROPA - this is dated December 3, 2013 - when I completed it. (In due course the text was added to the NCROPA catalogue entry at the Warwick University Modern Records Centre. I accessed this January 28, 2014, so clearly it was added sometime between these two dates).
6 “Pursey” documents and a duplicate page from another.


December 5: The following two documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A two page document written by a lawyer, possibly Francis Bennion, 1977
Report from a Libertarian Alliance publication, July 1984.


December 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Transforming Finance’
Barack Obama talking sense and nonsense


December 5: On this site:

I added two pages from John Christie Of Rillington Place straight into the Bibliography
The Baron/ITMA Chronology for November 29-December 5, 2013 was also added.


December 6: The following documents - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

2 pages from Policing A Perplexed Society
Censored, dated 10 February 1985

A page apparently from a publication called Uncensored, Winter 1985
A document drafted by Peter Tatchell with a post it note.


December 6: I did a lot of maintenance on SearchlightArchive this evening; I didn’t add anything new material inter alia removed the compressed version of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories and linked to the uncompressed version on this site.


December 7: The following documents - listed in no particular order - were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Suggested publicity material for April 1977 - a one page document
A document re Motion 17
Letter S.J. Pike to Eric Miller
Two pages from Uncensored, 1984.


December 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Let us not deify Nelson Mandela
Exposing the Jobsworths with a photograph.


December 8: An extract from Hansard (Standing Committee C), Video Recordings Bill was added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive.

That appears to complete the Miscellaneous Documents page; the archive is now almost complete.


December 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘The Man who Brought the Blues to Britain’ with a photograph
News from the Astral Plane.


December 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Should you promote your company with a cartoon? with an image
The UK Floods — Old and new with an image, which was removed before the counter showed one page view.
What the psychics predicted for 2012


December 10: The following were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

A new page headed NCROPA Papers - Additional 1976-2000
A total of 102 linked documents, overwhelmingly JPGs; 43 for the year 1977, far fewer for other years 1976-2000, none at all for 1986, for example.
Kilroy programme letter to Goodman, undated
Finally, a one page document relating to the CAC from January 1994.

This completes the NCROPA Virtual Archive document-wise. There may be one or two to add to it but I can’t find any at the moment, and Goodman does not appear to have found anymore! There is still a lot of commentary to add to the text pages and a fair amount of purely cosmetic stuff, arrangement of links, etc.


December 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Mike Tyson banned from entering UK
Failed brides and bike rides in the Soaps with a photograph
The future of cyber-learning
‘Panorama — All In A Good Cause’ with a photograph.


December 11: On this site I added:

The haiku beginning “Jessie’s in Heaven
and the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 6-11, 2013.


December 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

When not to play the Knockout Game with a photograph that was removed literally within minutes. Unreal.
Who is James Madan?
Kickstarter gives murderer Stafford the boot


December 12: On this site I added the House of Lords judgment in Stafford & Luvaglio together with some comment and 2 scans from the memoirs of Sir David Napley that relate to the case.


December 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The end of ‘Bowler Dessert’ with a photograph
The banking scandals continue
Is Nelson Mandela holier than The Prophet?


Circa December 14: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’m The Guy Who Found The Lost Chord by Jimmy Durante
It’s My Nose’s Birthday by Jimmy Durante

And four much earlier pieces:

Preco Preheminencie by John Dunstable

Sanctus by Henry V

Nesciences Mater by Walter Lambe.

Agincourt Carol credited as Traditional

This last may have been published somewhat earlier but it was not entered here until December 13, 2014.


December 14: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

The Freethinker, December 2006 *
The Freethinker, December 2013

Times Educational Supplement, February 15, 2013

Sunday Telegraph, July 7, 2013

Bowler Dessert, Autumn 2013

* Re the first of the above, this letter begins on page 14 and ends on page 15; somehow I missed the first part. This was added March 10, 2014.


December 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is English football fit for purpose?
Two lessons from the Philippines disaster.


December 14: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 11-4, 2013 was added to this site.


December 15: On this site I did some heavy work on UNANSWERED CORRESPONDENCE: Re The Lies Of Gena And Norman Turgel - formatting, adding links and a bit of text.


December 15: I did some heavy work on The NCROPA Virtual Archive, mostly on the documents for 1985. Although there are quite a few notes to add, this site is more or less complete, certainly there are no documents to add to it at the moment, so I will not be adding anymore bibliographical notes relating to it here, by and large.


December 15: Who are Black Sabbath? was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 16: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Evening Standard, November 10, 2011 (hard copy in addition to the on-line version already on the site)
Times Educational Supplement, October 5, 2012 (hard copy in addition to the on-line version already on the site)

Islington Gazette, April 14, 1994 (includes letters by other readers)
The Sun, August 29, 2013 (includes a letter by another reader on a different subject)
The i, November 25, 2013.


December 16: On this site I added A Moment In Time, a short poem I wrote today, and on the same subject as before.


December 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

2013 — The year Andy Murray won it all
Cleaning up after the floods
Student austerity and free laptops.


December 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The latest US false crime reports
Are you a Domestic Extremist?


December 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The David Bailey ‘Stardust’ Exhibition with a photograph
Paedophile Ian Watkins gets 35 years with a photograph.


December 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Ian Watkins — The depths of Human Depravity
‘Lucan’ — Portrait of a lowlife aristocrat with a new photograph.


December 19: I published my Response To Tom Daley on YouTube...


December 19: And a transcript of the above here.


December 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Ordinary people changing the world
The Nigella Lawson verdict.


December 20: On this site I added Does The Jury System Really Work... straight into the Bibliography

Both the Candour letter and the article In Our Hands were reformatted and notes to that effect added

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 15-20, 2013 was also added.


December 21: A screengrab from Ebay (re a letter from Spike Milligan to David Webb) was added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive with an explanatory note.


December 21: On this site I added two scans from the Jewish Chronicle, November 15, 1935 (re one of my Holocaust books).


December 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A rational explanation for ESP? with a photograph
David Jacobs and David Coleman RIP with a photograph.


December 21: A review of the Jonathan Oates biography of Christie was published on Amazon.


Circa December 22: The following were published on SongFacts:

Maya by Joey Boy

Pamela Pamela by Wayne Fontana.


December 24: I added a photograph of Yours Truly and Mark to the Image Gallery with quite a lot of text.


December 24: Happy Centenary, Fed — Time to die was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 24: On the Taha website I replaced the compressed PDF review of the autobiography of Rhodes Boyson with two full pages, in effect adding another review by a different contributor. I also added correspondence from The i, December 20, 2013


December 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Alan Turing Pardon reconsidered with a photograph
Rape and alleged rape in America’s schools
How Big Brother caught THEM up to no good in 2013.


December 26: End of year false rape round-up was published on/in Digital Journal with 2 new photographs courtesy of Hampshire Constabulary.


December 26: I signed up with a fledgling news website (by invitation) and published my first article together with a new photograph:

Jonathan Oates on Ealing and serial murder

I also added my profile to my account together with a cut down version of this photograph.


December 26: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 21-6, 2013 was added here.


December 27: Watchdog clamps down on premium rate phone rip-offs was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

False murder confessions in and out of the soaps with a photograph
‘The Joy of ABBA’ with a new photograph.

Later, a video and another photograph were added by the office.


December 29: Jonathan Oates on Christie, Haigh and Ealing was published on/in Digital Journal with two new photographs, one of them already published with my OneConvo article of December 26.


December 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

British Government blocking websites
Crime and manufactured controversy in Chattanooga with a photograph.
Austerity — What Austerity? with a screengrab.

The last of the above was pulled after 9 pageviews, and that after someone had substituted a photograph of a yacht for the photo of a Rolex watch. According to Silverberg: Your recent post was deactivated because you linked to ecommerce sites repeatedly. That kind of linking can get us in Google’s bad books, because they view such linking as spam. There’s no need to link to those sites.

Actually I linked to one such site; the other was an archived link. Never mind. He also pulled the article Rape liar Angela Gilbert pleads no contest because he said “that one was deactivated because of a new Oregon law stating that websites that feature police mug shots must take down photos for free if subjects can show they were not guilty or that charges were dropped. Articles around such content must also be taken down.” This woman pleaded no contest, and I am unable to find any reference to her being cleared, but I am really not in the mood to ask him to explain.

I added another photo to the Austerity article and republished it on AllVoices.


December 30: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 27-30, 2013 was added.


December 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Schumacher crash helmet fallacy
A few of those who won’t be missed in 2014

I worked until after 6am with it being New Year’s Day tomorrow, then I had an e-mail from Silverberg telling me to remove some links from the austerity article and reactivate. I did this, and when I got up late this morning he’d savaged it, even removing the poker screengrab, although he didn’t actually delete it. Unbelievable.


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