Alexander Baron And The ITMA Label:
A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography
(2014)


January 1, 2014: On this site I published two limericks, both called Alan Turing.


January 2: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Fan letter to David Webb from Richie Cooper

Flyer for Blitz & Bananas!

A bookmark type flyer for the Croydon Philharmonic Choir, 2013-2014
Flyer for Masada and a Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra concert
Flyer for The Gruffalo on stage
Flyer for Snow White, Beckenham

Flyer for the home of Charles Darwin

And Casting Photographs 96-100.


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

Cop-killers in the news with a new photograph
The Austin Clem rape controversy continues
The weirdest fires of 2013 with a photograph.


January 2: A review of Okasu! was published on IMDb

Although the review is dated December 24 last year, it was added today.


January 2: I added a flyer issued by David Parry for his forthcoming crystal skulls event to Archive.Org.


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

Michael Grade’s Stars of the Musical Theatre with a photograph
Lost Civilizations Conference — An Update
Paedophiles in the news — Italy and Ipswich


January 4: The following Taha correspondence was published on his website:

Boxing News, March 12, 2000
Daily Mail, August 7, 2001
Guardian (Society supplement), March 6, 2002
Sunday Telegraph, February 19, 2012 (a scan of the hard copy - the HTML version was added March 3, 2012)
Daily Telegraph, September 19, 2012
The i, May 16, 2013
New Statesman, November 17, 2013
The i, December 21, 2013 - a response to a missive by Taha
The Friar’s Chronicles, Christmas 2013 - two scans.


January 5: The Obama birther nonsense continues was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 5: As you can see, the above was immortalised in a tweet:

I added too the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 31, 2013-January 5, 2014.


January 6: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Daily Mail, March 21, 2003
Bowler Dessert, Spring 2010
Evening Standard, November 13, 2013.


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

Whatever happened to Global Warming?
What would happen if the National Debt were cancelled?

The second title was shortly amended to What would happen if the UK National Debt were cancelled?


January 6: On this site I added a note to the SongFacts entry for March 28-9, 2012.


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

Michelle Zappa and the Croydon Philharmonic Choir with 2 new photographs
Training for your first or next job online
Serial Killer to die in April with a photograph.


January 8: The Most Dangerous Hand In No Limit Hold ’Em was published on VennerRoad with a screengrab.


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

‘The Truth About Immigration’ with a photograph
Slavery in the UK — Fantasy and Fact with a photograph
Islam, slavery and rape today.


January 10: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Casting Photos 101-117
Photos 451-5.


January 11: Time to end the privilege money can’t buy was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 11: A review of To Catch A Killer was published on IMDb

This was submitted today, and published almost at once.


January 11: On this site the following were published:

The poem Lines On The Death Of Ariel Sharon
The limerick Skepticool
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 6-11, 2014.


January 12: A review of Legally Blonde: The Musical was published on IMDb.


January 12: On this site, Leroy met Nick Griffin!


January 14: A review of House Of Numbers: Anatomy Of An Epidemic was published on IMDb

Although the above is dated January 13, it was not submitted until shortly after midnight, ie in the small hours of January 14, but the IMDb website works on US time, and the review appears to have been approved more or less instantly.


January 14: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Beyond The Horizon
One Man, Two Guvnors
Perfect Nonsense
Quidam by Cirque Du Soleil
The Curious Incident Of The Dog On The Night-Time
Two flyers re tours of the Royal Courts Of Justice.


January 14: Why We Are Evil was published on VennerRoad.


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

‘Panorama — I Want My Baby Back’ with a photograph
Clive Stafford Smith and his fantasy of innocent Krishna Maharaj.


Circa January 15: The following were published on SongFacts:

Say, Love, If Ever Thou Didst Find by John Dowland

O My Hart by Henry VIII

A Sad Pavan For These Distracted Times by Thomas Tomkins

Past Time With Good Company was augmented at some point; this was not originally my songfact.
It is credited here to Blackmore’s Night, although Paſtyme wt good 9panye was actually written by Henry VIII.


January 15: They Want Your Children was published on Archive.Org in Portable Document Format

This was published originally July 3, 1994

Shortly before adding this fine document to the Internet Archive I found this, which is food for thought!


January 15: ‘Devil’s Due’ —The latest viral video was published on/in Digital Journal.


January 15: My (less than flattering) review of the Clive Stafford Smith Injustice... was published on Amazon.

I also uploaded my photo to my profile. He won’t like that either!


Circa January 16: The following were published on SongFacts:

Adew Adew Le Company by Henry VIII
Departure Is My Chef Payne by Henry VIII
Green Growith The Holy by Henry VIII
It Is To Me A Ryght Gret Joy by Henry VIII

I Vow To Thee My Country credited to Gustav Holst

Where Is My Sunday Potato? credited to Arthur Lucan

I Am A Jolly Foster - Traditional

Pump And Squeeze Me by Wrong Direction.


January 16: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Amahl... by OperaAnywhere
Cinderella, Shaw Theatre
Charles Dickens Museum programme for Christmas 2013
Thriller, Lyric Theatre
Wicked, Apollo Theatre.


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

Stefan Molyneux on Karl Marx
Whose fault is the anti-homosexual backlash? with a photograph
Who does the minimum wage help and hurt? with a photograph.


January 16: On this site, page 243 of Chess Post, September 2004 was added direct into the page at the offending limericks. I did this in PDF; generally I have included single pages as JPGs, and have been replacing the former with the latter, but I think sometimes a PDF looks better.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 12-6, 2014 was also added.


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

Valentine’s Day is coming — Beware! with a photograph
Hiroo Onoda — The last Samurai with a photograph.


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

Missing infant Mikaeel Kular — Body found
The Versailles Conference 99 years on.


January 18: The haiku A Prayer was published on this site; best not to ask what inspired it.


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

‘The Golden Age of American Rock’ with a photograph
What is Operation Endeavour? with a photograph (which was shortly removed!)


January 20: On this site I removed the compressed scan of the Metal Hammer article from this page. I did this because compressed PDF files are no longer necessary.


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

Lords in the news — Dead and alive
How safe is your Internet caff?
What is the Quenelle Gesture? with a photograph

Shortly, the second of these was renamed by Silverberg How safe is your Internet cafe? with no stress on the E, but with some added coding errors where he was doing something, I know not what, with the text. The third was actually published after the AllVoices article below.


January 20: Valentine’s Day Is On Its Way - Beware! was published on AllVoices with an uploaded photograph of a diamond.


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

Stefan Molyneux on Martin Luther King
The British Library’s ‘Voices of Science’ archive
The endless search for bigotry
The endless search for bigotry
‘Police: Shooting to Kill?’

Five articles today! The following day I altered the title of article number 3 to The endless search for bigotry, while predicatably the title of article number 5 was altered to ‘Police — Shooting to Kill?’ within minutes, If not seconds!


January 22: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

Times Educational Supplement, January 3, 2014

Evening Standard, January 8, 2014
Evening Standard, January 9, 2014

The i, January 14, 2014
The i, January 17, 2014
The i, January 18, 2014.


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

The Lepcha — A way of life under threat with a photograph
‘The Naked Rambler’ with a screengrab.


January 22: On this site I added a scan of NAZIS WANT SKILLED JEWISH LABOUR: Thousands Employed in Berlin Factories direct into the text of Anti-Capitalism From Anti-Semitism To “Anti-Racism” between notes 65 & 66.

I also added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 17-22, 2014.


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

Police seek Chucky mask robber and world’s smallest water lily with 2 photographs
‘Mrs Clegg’ in the news with a photograph
Justin Bieber arrested in Miami
The Naomi Oni acid attack trial verdict with 2 photographs

New photographs and text were added to the Bieber article above.


January 23-4: The following were published on SongFacts:

Why Don’t Women Like Me? by George Forby

Stockport To Memphis by Barb Jungr.


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

When is it right to ban music?
Free music lessons in Central London with a photograph.


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

The day they fried Ted Bundy with a new photograph
The most practical videos on YouTube.


January 25: On this site I added scans of seven leaflets from the Lorrain Osman Campaign direct into the Bibliography. Also added was a PDF of the paper I wrote on this for the Libertarian Alliance; this has an INTRODUCTION by Chris Tame.

The less said about the above the better; they are added here purely for posterity.

Also added was the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 23-5, 2014.


January 26: A review of the David Mamet film Homicide was published on IMDb, the third I have written over the years.


January 26: ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ was published on/in Digital Journal with a new photograph.


January 26: I added a scan from Searchlight, July 1990 to SearchlightArchive - apologies to Keith Anderson and Ian Barnes.


January 27: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Evening Standard, June 2, 2008

Canada Post, December 2010

TNT, March 22-8, 2010
TNT, January 4-10, 2011.


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

Why we will always need cash
The Great Parking Ticket Scam with a photograph.


January 28: A review of Somos Lo Que Hay was published on IMDb.


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

Who was Pete Seeger?
Two Archives each find a new home


January 29: The following were added to SongFacts:

Bond Street composed by Burt Bacharach

Listen, The Snow Is Falling, credited to John Lennon.

Angela credited to John Lennon was almost certainly published today as well, although I found it only on May 4, 2014.


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

Demis Hassabis wins it all
When should a woman be searched by a man?
‘War Comes to Britain’
‘Nature’s Microworlds: Serengeti’ with a photograph.

Shortly before the second of the above articles was published, Silverberg retitled the first Chess star Demis Hassabis wins it all, sells company to Google - why am I not surprised? I remember speaking to Demis about this years ago, and even then he most emphatically did not regard himself as a chess star.


January 29: A review of Manufacturing Guilt was published on IMDb - a few minutes after the site update below.


January 29: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 26-9, 2014 was added.


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

What is a Structured Settlement?
The Jobsworth in the Park with a screengrab.


January 31: Chelsea Pitch Owners Annual General Meeting 2014 was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph and a scan.


February 1: On this site I added:

A scan of a photocopy of a report from the Kentish Times, October 200, straight into the note section of Drop Dead, Doreen Lawrence!

And a photograph of Yours Truly in the Harris Suite at Stamford Bridge to the Image Gallery.


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

The day an elephant walked on the River Thames with a photograph
The rise and fall of Constance Briscoe
Charles Aznavour at ninety with a photograph
The London Ale Festivals with a photograph
The real case against Amanda Knox


February 1: The following correspondence was added to the Taha website:

Boxing News, April 14, 2011
Boxing News, January 16, 2014

Ripperana, April 2011

The Sun, January 9, 2014

Times Educational Supplement, January 21, 2011.


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

Today is Yorkshire Pudding Day with a photograph
Surveillance and violent crimes
Ladar Levison — The man who ran Edward Snowden’s ISP
How trustworthy is Social Media?


February 2: I added an erratum to The Life And “Crimes” Of John Colin Campbell Jordan on this site and on the Internet Archive.


February 2: My February 1 article about Amanda Knox got a mention by USA Today


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

‘Sound City’ with a new photograph
A short introduction to the Murder in Perugia
Rip-off Bank bows to Feminist Nonsense


February 3: On the ismichaelstoneguilty website I added:

A PDF of his City & Guilds Level 1 Award Certificate for drawing together with a note to that effect

A video gallery with 3 videos (heckling the Leveson Inquiry; Bellfield v Stone; Sture Bergwall) and some comment.


February 3: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 30-February 3, 2014 was added.


February 4: Five pages from the April 1979 issue of Forewarned Against Fascism (in PDF) were added to SearchlightArchive straight into the Bibliography.


February 4: Shah Of Shahs by Al Stewart was published on SongFacts.

Bad Reputation - the Al Stewart track - appears to have been published at or about the same time, but it is way out of sequence so could in theory have been published anytime since the end of August last year. The former seems much more likely.


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

How trustworthy are official statistics?
A Timeline for the Knockout Game with a new photograph
Happy birthday, Facebook!
The Ken Dodd 60th Anniversary Tour
‘The War Machine’ with a photograph


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

Facebook 1902 with a screengrab
The Russian Winter Olympics non-controversy
William Roache cleared of all charges
Odious cases in the Court of Appeal
Plebgate police officer goes to gaol
‘Mad Dog — Gaddafi’s Secret World’ with a photograph
‘The Lewisham Means Business’ exhibition with a photograph
The biggest UK comic exhibition ever with a photograph.

Eight articles published today, just to prove I could do it. From now on I will be writing a lot less for this site. Period. The first of the above was shortly retitled by Silverberg What Facebook meant in 1902


Circa February 7: The following were published on SongFacts:

D’Ye Ken John Peel credited to its composer John Woodcock Graves

The Loneliest Place On The Map by Al Stewart

Sing Something Simple credited here to Ruth Tester (not to be confused with the later song of the same name below)
Sing Something Simple credited to the Cliff Adams Singers

Bonnie Annie - Traditional.


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

‘War Brides’ at the British Library
Britain’s youth knife culture with 2 photographs of big knives!
The West Country deluge and the response with a photograph


February 7: On this site the following were added:

The Lorrain Osman Campaign poster was added straight into the Bibliography
A photograph of a young girl - “Say NO to White GeNOcide!”
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 4-7, 2014.


February 8: Building Your Own Computer was published on AllVoices with a photograph.

This is basically a rewrite of my September 20, 2013 article Should you build your own computer?


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

Ruby Turner on tour with a photograph
The many faces of Russell Brand
The state of on-line Poker in 2014


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

‘The Truth About The NFL’
Policemen with sticky fingers in the news with a photograph.


February 10: Is Rape Truly A Fate Worse Than Death? was published on VennerRoad.


February 10: When a rapist wears a badge was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


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

Nottingham detective cleared of rape
‘The Darkest Hour’ with a photograph
The Loonies are back at Sandy Hook
The new Yahoo! Terms of Service

The above (Yahoo!) article will be the last one I write for this site. I haven’t been kicked off exactly but “It is the decision of the Digital Journal editorial board to remove your Digital Journalist status...”

To cut a long story short, it was the article ‘The Lewisham Means Business’ exhibition of February 6 that led to it. I tried to reason with Silverberg but he simply blanked me. I’ve had far more hurtful rejections than that, but let’s not mention Reigate.

I can’t say I’m devastated because it was my New Year’s Resolution to pack it in; I reneged on that when I realised I’d written nearly two thousand. I was going to give up or consider giving up when I reached that. As things stand there are 1,966 articles Baron articles currently on the site. The offending article was pulled but I have linked to the archived version. I wouldn’t mind so much but this was nothing worse than a joke. Okay, somebody didn’t think it was funny, but...It may be someone wanted to get rid of me anyway...may be?

Actually, this is probably not such a bad thing; I’ve spent a lot of time on the site since my first article, and the financial rewards have shrunk to practically nothing. More disappointing than that has been the diminishing page views. To date, another article published February 6, the one about the comic exhibition, has garnered only 26 page views, which is probably an all-time low. Sandle says he thinks this is because of the new AFP articles that are flooding the site.

I’m going to take things easy for the next few days; I have another big project on which involves bundles of scanning probably over the next year. I might also write a few more blog articles, plus there is something important I’ve been meaning to write for some time concerning financial reform.


February 11: On this site the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 8-11, 2014 was added.


February 11: The Right (And The Wrong) Way To Attract Attention was written entirely for me. The less said about it, the better!


February 12: The following were published on FinancialReform:

A New Motion To Restore The Power Of The Issue Of Money To The Crown in JPG format - I have no idea who wrote this, but it appears to have been published in 1965
Letter by David Coburn in the Evening Standard, December 5, 2012 (courtesy of Mr Taha)
...Too Much Money?? by Brian Leslie - yes, with two question marks
Work And Money In A Green Society by Brian Leslie.


February 13: Today is Mark’s 55th birthday; 5 years ago today his site started life as a page on this site. Today, the following were added:

Look Right, Summer 1983 (including front cover)
The Canada Post, May 2011
The Freethinker, December 2012

Animal Welfare: Held Back By Europe? - a leaflet (uncredited)

Friends Of The Chalet School, November 2002: 4 pages including the front cover
Friends Of The Chalet School, August 2008: 4 pages including the front cover
Friends Of The Chalet School, February 2013: 9 pages including the front cover


February 13: I added a long comment to The Right (And The Wrong) Way To Attract Attention on the Birds on the Blop blog.


February 14: My Valentine’s Day Message To Lonely Hearts was published on YouTube with a transcript.


February 14: The World’s Greatest Folklorist On The Exploding Toilet was published on AllVoices with 2 photographs supplied by the good professor.


February 14: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 12-4, 2014 was added.


February 15: On AllVoices I added:

A profile photograph

And two articles:

The Floods And The Princes
Two Cold Cases In The News with a photograph.


February 17: The following were published on AllVoices:

The Minimum Wage Then And Now with a photograph previously published on/in Digital Journal
India Does Not Need An “Anti-Racism” Law


February 18: Soap Actress To Be Murdered Four Times was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


February 18: On this site Breathalyser Quickie was published.

And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 15-8, 2014 was added.


February 19: On this site When George Met Oscar was added to the Cartoon Gallery


February 19: The following were published on AllVoices:

Tony Iommi - 66 Years Young Today
Comics For Free: In London And On-Line with a photograph
The Two Faces Of Amanda Knox

The last of the above titles is not original; I appear to have plagiarised it. Subconsciously, of course!

Originally there was a video linked to the comics article; when I republished it on this site, December 21, 2016, I added the video to the article rather than linking it from YouTube.


February 21: The Ritual Slaughter Ban In Denmark was published on AllVoices.


February 22: The Rise Of Internet Murder was published on AllVoices.


February 23: What The Poker Books Don’t Tell You was published on VennerRoad.


February 24: The following were published on AllVoices:

Stopping The War In 2014
The UK Celebrity Witch-Hunt with a photograph.


February 26: Harriet Harman And The Paedophiles was published on AllVoices.


February 26: On this site, the following were added:

The Shape Of Libraries To Come (the article)
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 19-26, 2014.


February 27: The following were published on AllVoices:

Crunch Time For Bitcoin
On-Line Poker After Black Friday with 2 screengrabs


February 28: The following were published on AllVoices:

The Concert For Jon Lord
Joanna Dennehy: A Profile In Evil with a photograph.


March 1: How You Can Help Preserve The Internet was published on AllVoices.


March 2: Beware Of The Phishers with a screengrab was published on AllVoices.

The screengrab for the above did was cut down by the program, so here it is again, in full this time.


March 2: A review of the documentary Journey Into Evil was published on IMDb (just after this bibliography was updated - see below).


March 2: On this site I added:

An entry for February 2, 2014 re Amanda Knox and USA Today

Two excellent American pamphlets about the poison of male homosexuality: one by the Family Research Council; the other by the North Carolina Family Policy Council.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 27-March 2, 2014.


March 3: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Islington Gazette, March 8, 1990
Evening Standard, March 7, 1996
SA Times, September 15, 2004

A previously unpublished review of The Evil Good Men Do
A review of Sherlock Holmes And The Greyfriars School Mystery from Collectors’ Digest, January 1995.


March 3: The following were published on AllVoices:

What Is The Endangered Archives Programme?
English Football In The News For All The Wrong Reasons


March 4: The following were published on AllVoices:

SENS And The Quest For Immortality
Marissa Alexander: Fiction, Facts And Justice
Oscar Pistorius - The Ultimate In Bad Taste?


March 5: Nick Clegg To Debate Nigel Farage On Live TV was published on AllVoices.


March 5: A review of Murder In Scottsdale was published on IMDb.


March 6: A review of Toolbox Killers was published on IMDb.


March 6: Does “Racism” Cause Obesity? was published on AllVoices.


March 7: A review of Gladiator Days: Anatomy Of A Prison Murder was published on IMDb.


March 7: Five Things You May Buy Hoping You Will Never Need was published on Yahoo! Voices.

The Yahoo! Voices website was closed July 31, 2014; the links to the ten published articles here - from March 7 to June 30, 2014 are to the archived versions.


March 7: Pistorious Trial Set To Run For Months was published on AllVoices.


March 7: Time To Share Your Web Talents was published on VennerRoad (after being rejected by Yahoo! Voices).


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

I And Albert from the musical I And Albert, credited to the Cast
It Has All Begun from the musical I And Albert, credited to the Cast
Let It Alone from the musical I And Albert, credited to the Cast
The Victoria And Albert Waltz from the musical I And Albert, credited to the Cast
The Widow At Windsor from the musical I And Albert, credited to the Cast.


March 8: A review of Me Facing Life... was published on IMDb.


March 9: A review of Secrets Of Levitation was published on IMDb.


March 9: The following were published on AllVoices:

The Living Wage Commission And A Flawed Concept
Beware The Wi-Fi Evil Twin!

The second of the above articles was actually published after the Yahoo! Voices article immediately below.


March 9: Free Tools for Your Website and More was published on Yahoo! Voices.


March 9: On this site I added:

A scan of the judgment in Baron v Bruccoleri direct into Travel Days - Introduction
The PDF version of Public Reply To The Ongoing Libels Of Gerry Gable at the end of the HTML version (with a different date format)
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 3-9, 2014.


March 10: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

The Freethinker, December 2006, page 14 (see entry for December 14, 2013)
Mature Times, March 2014
Evening Standard, March 5, 2014

And a review:

Story Paper Collectors’ Digest, December 1988, including the front cover.


March 10: A review of Live Without A Net was published on IMDb.


March 10: Reeva Steenkamp Is Granted Dignity In Death was published on AllVoices.


March 10: The following were published on Yahoo! Voices:

The Syruppy Origin of the Discount Shopping Coupon with a downloaded photograph
Does It Always Pay to Buy?


March 11: The following were published on AllVoices:

Bob Crow R.I.P. with a photograph
Police No Longer Have Carte Blanche To Assault Members Of The Public with a linked video.


March 11: A review of The Russell Murders was published on IMDb


March 13: Who Is Kirstin Lobato? was published on AllVoices with a photograph and a linked video.


March 14: A review of Soundtrack For Murder was published on IMDb.


March 14: On this site the following were published:

The clerihew Lines On The Death Of Viscount Stansgate
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 10-14, 2014.


March 15: The following flyers were published on The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Bantu at the Albany Theatre
Britten Sinfonia, December 2013
Friday Comedy Night
Ghosts starring Lesley Manville
Jenny Eclair, 1996
Puss In Boots, Greenwich
Richard Blackwood in Sleeping Beauty
The Amazing Bubble Man.


March 15: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb

The A6 Murder
Downloading The Devil

The first of the above is not to be confused with the documentary of the same name reviewed December 13 this year.


March 15: What Is Glorifying Terrorism? was published on AllVoices with 3 screengrabs.


March 15: My Final Word On The Trayvon Martin Case was published on VennerRoad.


March 16: A review of Schizo was published on IMDb.


March 16: The following were published on AllVoices:

Violence Against Women In Europe - Facts And Fancies with a photograph
The Missing Plane And The Psychic Charlatans with a photograph.


March 17: The following reviews were published on IMDb:

Radioactive Wolves
How Big Can It Get? Snakezilla

The second of the above was actually published this evening after the article below. It was submitted March 10.


March 18: Former Obama Homegirl Burns Her T-Shirt was published on AllVoices with a screengrab.


March 18: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Sea Of Hate
The film Deadly Strangers

The second of the above was actually published after the photographs immediately below.


March 18: Personal photographs 456-68 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


March 18: A review of She Never Came Home was published on IMDb.


March 19: Female Genital Mutilation In The UK was published on AllVoices.


March 19: The following were added to this site under Other Contributors:

‘An Invitation To Murder Daphne Liddle’
Fan Mail From 1996 (Redacted).

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 15-9, 2014 was also added.


March 19-20: The following - both by Prince Albert - were published on SongFacts:

Mein Lebewohl
Ständchen (Wachst, Liebchen, Du In Stiller Nacht?)


March 20: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

The Coffee Shop Murders
William Heirens: The Lipstick Killer
The Pathway Predator


March 20: George Osborne’s Bold Pension Reform was published on AllVoices.


March 20-21: The following were published on SongFacts (apparently) on this date(s):

Haunted Heart by Johnny Lion
Ingemar Johansson by Johnny Lion.


March 21: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

A Modest Proposal To Solve Tomorrow’s Energy Crisis, Today
Money As Debt II: Promises Unleashed


March 21: London Acid Attacker Mary Konye Sentenced was published on AllVoices with 2 photographs and a linked video.

This was put on the HomePage where it was retitled British woman sentenced to 12 years of acid attack on former friend; when I realised this I altered the title to British woman sentenced to 12 years for acid attack on former friend

The article was also edited somewhat, with errors added!

Incredibly I was told - apparently by the guy who did this - that “The report that you wrote about Mary Conye was only boosted to the Landing Page after some editing to improve the overall writing quality.”

I found it difficult not to laugh at that remark (about Mary Konye with a K), but decided to take it in the spirit in which it was offered.


March 22: Today I spoke at the 48th meeting of the New Right; the title of my speech was Pay Wealth-Creators, Not Banksters. The video was uploaded to YouTube, apparently a few minutes before midnight.

Alternative link for the above video.


March 23: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

Killer Dolls
Children Of The Living Dead


March 24: Pay Wealth-Creators, Not Banksters was published on Archive.Org.


March 24: A review of Farm To Fridge was published on IMDb.


March 25: Pay Wealth-Creators, Not Banksters was also published on my YouTube account, and the transcript was published here.


March 25: A review of Fourteen Days In May was published on IMDb.


March 25: The Return Of Kate Bush was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


March 26: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

June 3, 1996: Carlton TV to “Mr. Topa
Letter in Metro, March 20, 2014 (this includes a second letter, by another correspondent).


March 26: Sharia-Compliant Wills: The Latest Islamic Fear-Mongering Nonsense was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


March 26: On this site the following were added:

Caveman cartoon
PC joke

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 20-26, 2014.


March 27: The following correspondence was published on the Taha website:

LAM, September 1984
Evening Standard, December 3, 1990
What’s On TV, August 26, 2000
Sunday Telegraph, December 12, 2010 (the hard copy to add to the existing screengrab)
The i, April 15, 2013
Times Educational Supplement, February 7, 2014
The i, March 19, 2014

Plus a review from Collectors’ Digest, March 2003 (two full pages with front cover).

The entry for December 3, 1990 above was not linked properly until April 5, 2014.


March 28: Abraham Lincoln: Saint Or Sinner? was published on IMDb.


March 28: The Stepping Hill Hospital Murders was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


March 29: The Saint In New York was published on IMDb.


March 30: ‘Letter To The Three Archbishops Re Basic Income’ was published on FinancialReform; this includes an explanatory page and the relevant correspondence.


March 31: Scans of the following leaflets were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

The Bodyguard, 2014
The Full Monty, February 2014
Romanian Decorated Eggs - an exhibition.


March 31: The transcript of The Refutation Of Usury was published on FinancialReform, and the video was published on YouTube.

Alternative link for the above video.


March 31: The following were published on SongFacts, all apparently today; the latter four were for certain:

Poor Pauline with Song Image (credited to Arthur Fields)

I Wish I Didn’t Love You So from the 1947 film The Perils Of Pauline but credited here to Betty Hutton
The Sewing Machine from the 1947 film The Perils Of Pauline but credited here to Betty Hutton

Hymn To Ninkasi - Traditional

Addicted by Dani Clay
Off My Face by Dani Clay
Rendez-vous by Dani Clay
She Knows by Dani Clay.


April 1: Dani Clay - The Diva From Brentwood was published on AllVoices with an edited photograph and a linked video.


April 1: The following scans were added to SearchlightArchive:

Hitler birthday party uncovered, April 1975
Socialist Worker - two obituaries of Maurice Ludmer, May 23, 1981
Taxback babble by Sonia Gable from July 1993
A long quote by Gable in The Big Issue, January 2-7, 1996.


April 1: A review of the documentary A Very Special Constable was published on IMDb.


April 2: A review of the documentary Sally Anne Bowman was published on IMDb.


April 3: A review of the documentary A Monstrous Act was published on IMDb.


April 4: 9/11 Truth Loonies Return To UK was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 4: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 27-April 4, 2014 was added here.


April 5: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Newham Recorder, November 8, 1990
The Mail On Sunday, June 27, 1999
Daily Telegraph, December 7, 2004
Times Educational Supplement, March 21, 2008
Evening Standard, February 25, 2013, page 43
The Sun, September 10, 2013
The i, April 3, 2014

(See also entry for March 27 above).


April 6: A review of The Saint In London was published on IMDb.


April 6: Cop-Killer To Celebrate 60th Birthday In New York was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 7: On this site, the following were added:

Leroy Cool Meets A Genuine Holocaust Survivor
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 5-7, 2014.


April 8: The following were added to vexatious_litigant:

Grepe v Loam (1887) with a short introduction
Repeat Offence by Simon Love.


April 8: A review of the documentary Partners In Crime was published on IMDb.


Circa April 10: The following were published on SongFacts:

Amidinine by Bombino

Happy Endings (Give Yourself A Pinch) by Lionel Bart (Carl augmented this slightly)
Oh For A Cup Of Tea by Lionel Bart (Carl augmented this slightly).


April 10: The Ghost Of Keith Blakelock was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


April 10: The following were published on IMDb:

A review of the documentary The Girls Who Knew Too Much
A review of the documentary Leopold & Loeb: Born Killers
A review of the documentary Cape Fear.


April 10: On this site, the following were added:

Lines On The Acquittal Of Nigel Evans
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 8-10, 2014.

The former was actually published an hour or so earlier on Usenet wherein the last line of the first verse read: At this vile mess of pottage.


April 11: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site

Another Country - 2014
Blues In The Night - 2014
CBeebies - 2014.


April 11: A review of Amanda Knox: Murder On Trial In Italy was published on IMDb.

For some reason I have been unable to correct a very minor typo in this; the word proved should be replaced with the word proven.


April 11: Omar Benguit - Still Waiting For Justice was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


April 12: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Islington Times, June 28, 1988
Guardian, November 10, 2004
Letter from ITV, February 2006
TNT, circa July 9, 2012
Evening Standard, December 3, 2012
Letter from author D.J. Taylor, March 2014
Permission To Speak, Sir!, Spring 2014
New Statesman, April 4-10, 2014.
The i, April 9, 2014


April 12: A review of the documentary Trap, Kill, Repeat was published on IMDb.


April 13: A review of the documentary Home All Alone was published on IMDb.


April 13: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

Hackney Gazette, circa August 14, 1992
TNT, August 16-22, 2010
The first part of the above was published here (ie on this site) August 27, 2010; the rest was added today; this scan includes part of a letter from another correspondent due to the layout of the page.
Times Educational Supplement, June 21, 2013


April 13: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 11-3, 2014 was added.


April 14: Photographs 469 & 470 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site (Patrick Cargill and William Franklin).


April 14: A review of the documentary The Sex Worker Murders was published on IMDb.


April 14: The “Lingua Franca” Of The Universe, And Its Evolution was published on VennerRoad with an uploaded scan.


April 15: the following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Letter to Ted Goodman re Steve Pound, April 3, 2001
Sunday Telegraph, October 3, 2010
Independent, May 11, 2011
New Statesman, April 4, 2012

And

The Sinners Repenteth?, 1995

And

Previously unpublished reviews of

The Disappearance Of Edwin Drood, circa 1991
The New Mercenaries, 1986
The Ripper And The Royals, circa 1991
The Secret Files Of Sherlock Holmes, circa 1990.


April 15: A review of the documentary Murder: No Apparent Motive was published on IMDb.


April 16: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Daily Telegraph, April 18, 2011
Friends Of The Chalet School, November 2013 - 10 pages including the front cover
New Statesman, February 14, 2014


April 16: A review of the documentary Adrienne Emily Hickson was published on IMDb.


April 17: A review of the documentary Fast Food Killer was published on IMDb.


April 17: Sevareid’s Law and the War on Drugs was published on Yahoo! Voices.


April 19: Amanda Knox Is Still Big News was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 20: A review of the documentary Mutant Canines was published on IMDb.


April 21: Hurricane Carter - The Man And The Myth was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 21: A review of the documentary Dangerous To Know was published on IMDb.


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

King Henry VIII’S Great Kitchen At Hampton Court, by Ernest Law - a pamphlet/small book
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, 2013 - theatre flyer
Extremes, Forest Hill, 2014 - museum flyer.


April 22: The following reviews were published on IMDb:

Because Of The Cats
The documentary Killer On The Strip/The Doll Murder.


April 22: Was Tommy Cooper Really Like That? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 23: John Miles At 65 was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 23: On this site, The “Digital Journal” Era was published together with six articles republished from Digital Journal:

DANIEL FOOTWEAR BRANCHING OUT INTO BAGS
RAPE LIAR ANGELA GILBERT PLEADS NO CONTEST
PANORAMA — I WANT MY BABY BACK
THE LEWISHAM MEANS BUSINESS EXHIBITION
THE UK FLOODS — OLD AND NEW
THE ‘WORLD’S GREATEST SPIRIT MEDIUM’ TO VISIT CROYDON

The first of the above has 7 photographs; the last has a photograph and a screengrab; all the others have one photograph. The main article has one photograph and two screengrabs.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 14-23, 2014 was also added.


April 24: Terence DuQuesne R.I.P. was published on AllVoices with two scans including a photograph.

This was republished shortly as Terence DuQuesne: Obituary for a Pagan by Sean Gabb on the Libertarian Alliance blog with the photo of DuQuesne only.


April 24: A review of the documentary The Hunter Homicides/The Skulls Of Stanley Park was published on IMDb.


April 24: An article from The Preston Chronicle And Lancashire Advertiser, March 9, 1872 was added to vexatious_litigant.


Circa April 26: The following were published on SongFacts:

Alive Or Dead by Frownz

How Are Things In Glocca Morra from Finian’s Rainbow and credited to the Cast
Old Devil Moon from Finian’s Rainbow and credited to the Cast

Think Of Me from Phantom Of The Opera and credited to the Cast.


April 26: A review of the documentary Murder By Numbers was published on IMDb.


April 26: Will Cannabis Be Legalised In Britain? was published on One Convo.


April 27: A review of the documentary The Manson Women: An American Nightmare was published on IMDb.


April 27: The following correspondence from the Daily Mail was added to the Mark Taha website; they are all screengrabs from the paper’s on-line archive:

April 13, 1994
October 20, 1994
August 2, 1995
November 17, 1998
August 26, 2003
November 3, 2003
December 17, 2003
April 7, 2004
April 14, 2004
May 13, 2004
August 17, 2004
September 10, 2004
September 21, 2004
December 4, 2004


April 27: On this site, Lord Ahmed And The Jewish Conspiracy was republished.


April 28: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

The documentary The Tate Murders: Tragedy At Cielo Drive
The Rapist Beckons.


April 28: Dani Clay – World Famous In Brentwood was published on OneConvo with a photograph.


April 28: US Government Warns Internet Explorer Users was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


April 30: The following Mark Taha correspondence was published on his website:

LAM, July 12, 1983
Collectors’ Digest, February 1992
The Sun, February 3, 2014


May 1: On this site, the following were added:

The clerihew Lines On The Murder Of Ann Maguire
The limerick David Moyes
A photo from a demonstration, which includes Mark
The HomePage was updated
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 24-May 1, 2014.


May 2: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order but more or less similtaneously:

Bathtub Killer
The Country Club Murders


May 2: The following were published on AllVoices:

The Fall And Fall Of Constance Briscoe with a linked video
Karma Catches Up With Max Clifford, But At What Cost? with a linked video.


May 2: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Wooster Sauce, March 2014
New Statesman, April 18- May 1, 2014
The Sun, April 24, 2014
Evening Standard, April 28, 2014.


Circa May 3: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’m Not A Fool by Cockney Rejects
Police Car by Cockney Rejects
(They’re Gonna) Put Me Away by Cockney Rejects

Fragile Thing by Dave Nachmanoff

Hymne À L’amour by Édith Piaf
La Vie En Rose by Édith Piaf
Milord by Édith Piaf

Breakfast At Tiffany’s from the musical Holly Golightly but credited here to Mary Tyler Moore
Good Girls Go To Heaven from the musical Holly Golightly but credited here to Sally Kellerman
Holly Golightly from the musical Holly Golightly but credited here to Richard Chamberlain

Good Girls Go To Heaven by Pandora’s Box

Ubey Seksista by Pussy Riot

The hymn Nearer, My God, To Thee credited as Traditional


May 3: The following were added to the Mark Taha website:

Hard copy only of the response by Douglas Walters in West End Extra, July 9, 2010
Notes of a meeting, July 5, 2011
Unpublished letter to the Guardian, November 29, 2011.


May 3: A review of Death Smiles On A Murderer was published on IMDb.

The above is actually the English title.


May 4: On this site, the following were added:

The DuQuesne Gallery with 35 photographs
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 2-4, 2014.


May 5: The following correspondence from TNT was published on the Mark Taha website:

September 21, 2009
June 3, 2013
August 19, 2013.


May 5: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Tailspin
The film Helter Skelter (2004).


May 5: Was This Man Really Assaulted By A Ghost? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


May 6: The Knockout Game — A sickening new trend was republished here with a photograph.


May 6: A review of the documentary Left For Dead was published on IMDb.


May 6: Still No Justice For Michael Stone was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


A letter under Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook has had its day was published in the MAY/JUNE 2014 issue of the Journalist, page 24.

The above was sent by e-mail on March 26 and was published more or less verbatim. The paper came through my door May 6 or May 7.


May 7: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

Friends Of The Chalet School, August 2000 (front cover and extracts from 4 pages).
Collectors’ Digest, October 1998, front cover and 2 pages.


May 7: The Truth About the Gender Pay Gap was published on Yahoo! Voices.


May 7: A review of the documentary Random Act Of Madness was published on IMDb.


May 7: The above letter in this month’s issue of the Journalist was published here.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 5-7, 2014 was also added.


May 8: A review of the film Tun Men Se Mo was published on IMDb.


May 8: Scans of the following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

A folded glossy leaflet for the London Flamenco Festival, March 2014
A leaflet for the Cinema Museum programme, March 2014
A leaflet for the May Fayre at Petts Wood, 2014
The Lion King, 2014

Also added were photos 471-80.


May 9: I added a scan (from White Resistance, November 1992) and a photograph (from September 2002) to satpalramisguilty. The former was linked directly into the Bibliography; the latter was posted in the Image Gallery. Some blurb was added with each.


May 9: Fighting Newspeak by Brian Leslie was published on FinancialReform.


May 9: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Friends Of The Chalet School, May 2004: scans from 8 pages including the front cover.
Independent, January 7, 2008
Evening Standard, May 8, 2014


May 9: The Art and Luck of Making Popular Music was published on Yahoo! Voices.

The above was submitted with two photographs: of Messrs Berlin and Coward. Only the second was published.


May 10: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

New Statesman, August 20, 2009
The Friars’ Chronicles, Spring 2010 (with front cover)
Inside Soap, May 21, 2011
Inside Soap, June 16, 2012
The Friars’ Chronicles, Summer 2013 (two pages with front cover)


May 10: Let’s All Drink To The Death Of A Clown was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


May 10: On this site, Full Tilt Poker is business as usual was republished with 8 screengrabs.
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 8-10, 2014 was also added.


May 11: Reviews of the following films were published on IMDb apparently in this order but near simultaneously:

You Only Live Once
The Dark Mirror
Straight Time


May 11: Photographs 481-90 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


May 12: A review of the documentary The Stiletto Goddess was published on IMDb.


May 12: Can We Save The World’s Endangered Languages? was published on AllVoices.


May 12: How Dangerous is Your Sport? was published on Yahoo! Voices with a photograph.


May 13: Photographs 491-500 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


May 13: On this site the following were published:

The Full Tilt Poker Mini-Series begins Sunday with a screengrab (republished from Digital Journal)

‘Four Cartoons...’ with some explanatory blurb

And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 11-3, 2014.


May 14: Earlier this week I received a rather flattering e-mail from Japan concerning the satpalramisguilty website, so I figured I was long overdue adding the screengrabs below:

Tragic Family Hits At Campaign For Killer, December 9, 1999
Murderer freed as European Court overrules minister, June 20, 2002
Asian musician refuses his MBE, June 29, 2012 (a new entry)

Defending counsel’s reputation - this is actually on this site (due to the limitations of the Ram free host) but like the others is linked directly from the Bibliography.

Finally, the existing GIF files of the law report No appeal through counsel’s mistake (large and small) were deleted and replaced with a single JPG file from the Times Digital Archive. The former were scans of print-outs from the CD-Rom version, the large format being of distinctly inferior quality.


May 14: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Twisted Love: Dena Riley
The film I Spit On Your Grave.


May 14: Israeli Newspaper Disses ADL Study was published on AllVoices.


May 14: SunPoker bites the dust was republished on this site, with 4 screengrabs.


May 17: Reviews of the following were published more or less simulateously on IMDb:

The documentary The Hunt For Mr Swirl
The film Grave Of The Vampire.


May 17: On this site the following were added:

A short video of Noam Chomsky explaining feminist academe (under Other Contributors) with a few words by me and someone else. And three captioned images.
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 14-7, 2014.


May 18: A review of the documentary Burned was published on IMDb.


May 18: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

A previously unpublished review of The Restructing Of America
Folly, Autumn 2009: front cover and page 35
Notes of a meeting, May 2010
Letter in the Sun, December 17, 2012 with receipt for prize.


May 18: Google And The “Right” To Be Forgotten was published on AllVoices.


May 20: A review of the film A Chain Of Cursed Murders was published on IMDb.


May 20: The Brentwood Festival 2014 was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


May 20: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 18-20, 2014 was added here.


Circa May 21: Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle) by The Outhere Brothers (significantly rewritten and augmented) was published on SongFacts.


May 23: A review of the documentary Date With Death was published on IMDb.


May 23: A Bad Week For The Police was published on AllVoices.


May 24: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

The Freethinker, January 2012
Sunday Mirror, May 18, 2014
The i, May 19, 2014
Daily Mirror, May 20, 2014
The i, May 20, 2014 (three responses to his letter of the previous day)


May 24: A review of the documentary Honka: The Ripper Of St. Pauli was published on IMDb.

The above was published originally in the wrong place; it was moved in October 2015.


May 25: A review of the documentary North Pole Slay Ride was published on IMDb.


May 26: A review of the documentary Deadly Connection was published on IMDb.


May 26: Three unpublished e-mailed letters - in Portable Document Format - were added to the Taha website; these were all extracted from the CAC files (which I am currently scanning). They are as follows:

February 9, 2012 to the Evening Standard
February 11, 2012 to the Sun
April 18, 2012 to the Guardian.


May 26: The Ched Evans Controversy was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


May 26: On this site I added:

Correspondence Re The Tehran Conference
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 20-26, 2014.


May 27: The following news articles were added to the Ram site directly into the Bibliography:

Times, September 10, 2001 - from the paper’s website

All the entries below are from NewsUK

Birmingham Evening Mail, January 5, 1998 (this is a new entry)
Birmingham Evening Mail, January 21, 1998 (this is a new entry)
Black music industry poll is a whiter shade of pale from The Independent, December 11, 1999 (this is a new entry)
Birmingham Post, January 31, 2000
Glasgow Herald, July 10, 2000 (this is a new entry)
Birmingham Post, October 20, 2000
Birmingham Evening Mail, November 16, 2000.


May 27: A review of the documentary Douglas Clark: The Sunset Slayer was published on IMDb.


May 28: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Massacre At Virginia Tech
Harvey Carignan: Harv The Hammer.


May 28: The Virgin Killer Manifesto was published on AllVoices.


A review of The Equality Illusion... entitled The Equality Illusion - Garbage In, Garbage Out was submitted to Amazon on May 28. It is dated thus although it was probably published shortly after that date. I found the published article on May 31, 2014, shortly after midnight on May 30.


May 29: A review of the film Sucker The Vampire was published on IMDb.


May 29: Photographs 501-505 were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site.


May 29-30: The following were published on SongFacts:

Christian, by Brenda Arnau
Gonna Spread Love, by Brenda Arnau


May 30: A review of the documentary The House Hermit was published on IMDb.


May 30: India’s Rape Problem was published on AllVoices.


May 30: On this site I added:

The Google Language Translator to the HomePage

‘Letter From A Nutter (2)’ - This is not an article but a scan of a missive from said individual together with a short introduction
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 27-30, 2014.


May 31: A Timeline Of American Poker (1812-2012) was published on this site.


June 2: A review of the documentary Paul Denyer from the series Forensic Investigators was published on IMDb.


June 2: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for:

Bromley Arts Society (2014)
Private Peaceful, March-June, 2014
The play Good People, April 2014
Mozart concert, May 16, 2014
The Africa Live Festival, August 2014.

Photographs 506-11.


June 2: The Sydenham Arts Festival was published on AllVoices with a photograph. Well, half a photograph.


June 2: The following were added to this site:

A transcript of The Ugly Truth About Convicted Murderess Linda Carty
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 31-June 2, 2014.


June 3: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Five photographs and one document (two documents?) in three scans for the Fan Page
Photographs 512-22 and Casting Photographs 118-31.


June 4: An HTML transcript of We Are All Doomed was added to this site with 9 pictures, the latter of which were added to the existing WORD format transcript.


June 4: A review of the documentary Glenn Taylor Helzer: Children of Thunder was published on IMDb.


June 4: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Fatal Attraction, March 2014
Pygmalion, 2014
Two for The Elephantom, June 2014
The Other Cinema, April/May 2004.


June 5: Will Medical Marijuana Go Mainstream? was published on Yahoo! Voices


June 6: I published a fairly lengthy comment on my review of The Equality Illusion, a response to another comment.


June 5: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

The documentary Evil In The Blood
The documentary Thrill Killers
The TV dramatisation The Naked Civil Servant


June 6: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site: Flyers for

The Sex Maniacs Ball, 1998
Dame Cicely concerts, Sydenham, 2014
Junior Guildhall Syphony Orchestra, 2014
Show by Red Bastard

Two personal press cuttings - 79 & 80.


June 6: A review of the documentary A Twisted Mind was published on IMDb.


June 6: Kimberly Anne – South London Rising Star was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


June 6: The following correspondence and review were published on the Mark Taha website:

Front cover and pages 7-10 from Dreadnought, Spring 1986
Sunday Mirror, February 14, 1993
Daily Mail, April 15, 2004, page 71
The Mail On Sunday, May 18, 2014
The Mail On Sunday, May 25, 2014
Boxing News, May 29, 2014
Sun, June 4, 2014
Evening Standard, June 5, 2014
Sun, June 6, 2014.


June 6: On this site the following were added:

The transcript of Why We Don’t Need Banks in HTML format (augmenting the existing WORD version)
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 3-6, 2014.


June 7: A review of the documentary The Serial Savage was published on IMDb.


June 7: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

The Sun, April 5, 2004
The Sun, April 5, 2004 - his second letter in the same paper that day! The first includes letters by other correspondents.
Guardian, April 27, 2004
TNT, October 17-23, 2011
Sunday Mirror, May 25, 2014.


Circa June 8: The following were published on SongFacts:

Broken Hearts, by Danny Rolling
Mystery Rider, by Danny Rolling
None Greater Than Thee, O Lord, by Danny Rolling.


June 8: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Twisted Twosome
Overkill


June 8: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

TNT Magazine, July 5-11, 2010
Independent, December 3, 2012.


June 9: The following was published on the Mark Taha website:

Today, October 30, 1990 (unconfirmed)
TNT Magazine, circa August 17, 2008
TNT Magazine, circa April 5, 2009

Note re a meeting held July 5, 2011
Notes re Dark Knight, etc, circa 2012.


June 9: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Somebody’s Daughter
The Welsh Child Killer
The Monster Of Worcester


June 9: On this site, the following were added:

Two scans of advertisements from Spearhead, February 1997, straight into the Bibliography
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 7-9, 2014.


June 10: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Deadly Trail
Babes In The Wood


June 11: MURDER: Confession And Corroboration was published on IsMichaelStoneGuilty in both HTML format and PDF.


June 11: On this site:

The WORD format version of The Biggest Liar Who Ever Walked The Earth was replaced with a PDF
The WORD format version of Do You Trust The Western Media? was replaced with both an HTML version and a PDF.


June 11: Why Business Hates Capitalism was published on AllVoices.


June 12: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Home Sweet Home
Blurred Lines


June 12: On this site the following were added:

A press release re two new ITMA Publications dated July 31, 1998 (entered directly into the Bibliography at that date).
A letter from a researcher re Magnus Hirschfeld and what might be called covert structures/networks, etc. [The enclosure(s) and my previous letter are not included].
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 10-12, 2014.


June 13: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

America’s Wolfman
The Rockhampton Rapist


June 13: On this site Leroy Cool Checks His Privilege was published with additional photographs.


June 13: The following were published on the Mark Taha website:

Letter from Dreadnought, September-October 1981
5 pages from COLLECTORS DIGEST, Christmas 1996
Letter from Evening Standard, June 12, 2014.


June 14: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Deadly Denial
Monster In Spokane


June 15: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Don’t Look In The Basement
The War On Britain’s Jews


June 15: I published an entry for David Webb on Wikipedia.

The above link is to the version of the page archived August 7, 2014. Another contributor added a couple of links. I won’t be contributing to this site anymore. If David Webb and Terence DuQuesne are not notable while Satpal Ram is... See also the DuQuesne entry below.


June 15: Serial Killer Prieto Back In The News was published on AllVoices with a photograph.


June 16: Review of the documentaries were published on IMDb:

Ernest Wright/Mark Martin from the series When Life Means Life
No Exit from the series On The Case.


June 17: Review of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

A Way With Murder
Forks Over Knives


Circa June 20: The following were published on SongFacts:

Fighting In The Street, by Cockney Rejects
Headbanger, by Cockney Rejects
Oi Oi Oi, by Cockney Rejects
Old Boy At The Pictures, by Cockney Rejects

Descartes In Amsterdam, by Dave Nachmanoff

Liberty, by Steve Vai.


June 20: A review of the documentary Taken from the series On The Case was published on IMDb.


June 20: On this site:

It’s Razztastic! was (re)published from Digital Journal
The Pot Limit Razz Era was added
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 13-20, 2014.


June 21: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Obsession: The Jodi Arias Story from the Dateline series
The TV film Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret


June 21: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Letter from Clive Webb, circa 2012
Letter in the Spectator, June 14, 2014
Letter in the Sun, June 16, 2014.


June 21: On this site, the following were added:

Five photographs and two documents (including a poem by Dwina Murphy-Gibb) to The DuQuesne Gallery
A PDF of my obituary of Morris Riley in Identity straight into the Bibliography.


June 21: A memorial for Terence DuQuesne was added to the Find A Grave website with one of the new photographs from The DuQuesne Gallery.


June 21: Pagan Funeral For Terence DuQuesne was published on AllVoices with a photograph from The DuQuesne Gallery.


June 22: A review of the documentary Newlywed Murders from the On The Case series was published on IMDb.


June 23: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The film Ted Bundy
The documentary Out Of The Ashes from the On The Case series


June 23: The following were republished on this site from Digital Journal:

Get Your Free Ticket With PokerStars with 2 screengrabs
That old Razz magic — Poker on Ladbrokes with 5 screengrabs

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 21-3, 2014 was also added.


June 24: On this site, I made a substantial addition to the Site Corrections Page and (re)published On-line Poker — New games and new players from Digital Journal with 8 screengrabs.


June 24: A review of the documentary Run Bambi Run from the On The Case series was published on IMDb.


June 24: Is The Living Wage A Socialist Plot? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


June 25: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb:

Trevor Hardy from the series When Life Means Life
Deadly Delivery from On The Case.


June 25: The Stonewall indoctrination campaign was republished on this site from Digital Journal with 2 screengrabs.

This article was actually published before the above documentary Deadly Delivery.


June 26: Time To Rethink Gender-Based Violence was published on VennerRoad.


June 26: Free Festival For Lewisham Next Month was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


June 26: A review of the documentary The Anita Cobby Murder from the Crime Investigation Australia series was published on IMDb.


June 26: When not to play the Knockout Game was republished on this site from Digital Journal with 2 videos and a photograph (2 photographs as one to be precise).


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

Cellular Material, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast
Everyone Is Very Very Nervous, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast
London Road In Bloom, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast
The Plea, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast
The Verdict, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast
We’ve All Stopped, from the musical London Road, and credited here to the Cast.


June 27: Psychic fraud Sylvia — Not wanted dead or alive was republished on this site from Digital Journal with 2 photographs (3 if you count the one of the two girls individually) and a screengrab. On May 1, 2015, the linked YouTube video was replaced with an archived version.


June 27: A review of the film Goodnight Sweet Wife... was published on IMDb.


June 27: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

LAM, May 24-30, 1983, page 4(1)
LAM, May 24-30, 1983, page 4 (2)
Ms London, October 28, 1996
(London) Metro, September 30, 2003.


June 28: A review of the documentary The Susan Smith Story was published on IMDb.


June 28: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Inside Soap, February 8-21, 1997
South Africa Times UK, October 25, 2000
Sun, August 18, 2003
Radio Times, March 20, 2004
Independent, February 8, 2007.


June 29: What Really Happened To Madeleine McCann? was published on AllVoices.


June 29: A review of the documentary Family Secret: The Death Of Lisa Steinberg was published on IMDb.


June 29: On this site two more articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

New Year’s Eve in London’s Trafalgar Square with 3 photographs
PokerStars to host world record tournament with $1 buy-in

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 24-9, 2014 was also added.


June 30: A review of the documentary Silenced from the series On The Case was published on IMDb.


June 30: Can the Internet Save the Rainforests? was published on Yahoo! Voices.


June 30: How To Stop Buildings Collapsing In India was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


June 30: On this site, two more articles were reprinted from Digital Journal:

Cocaine, porn and rent boys: It’s all at the Co-op with a photograph
Should queer men be allowed in Boy Scouts? with a photograph.


Circa July 1: It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, by Andy Williams was published on SongFacts.


July 1: A review of the documentary Aim To Kill from the series On The Case was published on IMDb.


July 1: On this site, two more articles were republished from Digital Journal:

BMA call for smoking ban leaves Libertarians fuming with a photograph
How NOT to heat your home on the cheap this Winter with 4 screengrabs.


July 3: What Became Of The Zionist Peril? was published on AllVoices with two images and a video.

In view of the outrage of Gaza (see for example August 3 below), I spoke far too soon.

When the above article was added to this site, an archived video was substituted. On December 21, 2016, this was replaced with the same video linked from this site.


July 4: The Mind Sports Olympiad Will Be Held Next Month was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 5: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Daily Mirror, November 10, 1993
News Of The World, January 22, 1995
Collectors’ Digest, February 1996
Collectors’ Digest, September 2003
West End Extra, April 23, 2004.


July 5: On this site the following were added:

Justin Welby’s not-so-ethical investments with 3 screengrabs
‘Morecambe and Wise the Whole Story’ with a photograph
US And World Poker Sites Unfazed By FBI Assault with a photograph

(All the above were republished from Digital Journal)

The limerick Tonya Lee

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 30-July 5, 2014.


July 6: Reviews of the following documentaries from the On The Case series were published more on less simultaneously but in this order on IMDb:

Daddy’s Girl
Twin Killing?


July 6: London Buses Throw Vulnerable Passengers To The Wolves was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 6: Duke lacrosse rape liar convicted of murder was (re)published on this site with two photographs (one more than previously) and with a lot of blurb at the bottom of the page.


July 7: Reviews of the following were published more on less simultaneously but in this order on IMDb:

The film The Langoliers
The documentary The Killing Game from the 48 Hours series.


July 7: Who Invented Rape Culture? was published on this site as a PDF and as a blog on VennerRoad.


July 8: Rolf Harris And The Rape Of English Justice was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 8: Reviews of the following documentaries were published more on less simultaneously but in this order on IMDb:

Selena from the Reel Crime/Real Story series.
The San Francisco Dog Mauling from the American Justice series.


July 8: The following were added to this site:

Citizens Of Hell with 4 photographs
Poker players fighting back against the FBI with 1 new photograph

The above were (re)published from Digital Journal

Four images to the Cartoon Gallery

(The first two are not strictly cartoons), they are:

Gagged Indian Women
Kill Me, I’m A Muslim
And two cartoons concerning the war-mongering of the Zionist Lobby against Iran.

Apart from the first one, the titles are improvised.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 6-8, 2014 was also added.


July 9: A review of the documentary Last Rites from the On The Case series was published on IMDb.


July 9: The Great Westminster Paedophile Hunt was published on AllVoices.


July 9: On this site A timeline of recent false rape cases was (re)published from Digital Journal; the photograph is linked from an existing article.


July 10: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Will Work For Free
7/7 Ripple Effect 2


July 10: $200,000 Settlement For Groping Law Officer was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 11: A review of Legal Pluralism In Conflict: Coping With Cultural Diversity In Law was published on Amazon.


July 11: On this site the following were added:

A scan of a sticker from the Osman campaign
And advert re the Osman campaign, from Topical Books, Spring 1991, page 47
(Both the above went straight into the Bibliography)

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 9-11, 2014.


July 12: The following were added to the Mark Taha website:

Collectors’ Digest, April 1992
Daily Mail, August 28, 1996
The Canada Post, April 2001
Friends Of The Chalet School, August 2004 - 16 pages
Evening Standard, June 30, 2014.


July 12: A review of the documentary A Teenage Murder Mystery from the American Justice series was published on IMDb.


July 12: Rolf Harris, Jimmy Savile And The NSPCC was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 12: There’s no such thing as a black buck was published on this site; this is a letter in the black newspaper New Nation, Monday 23 April 2001 Issue 226, page 11 under Your Shout!


July 13: A review of the documentary It’s Not My Fault: Strange Defenses from the American Justice series was published on IMDb.


July 14: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Women On Death Row V
The film Indictment: The McMartin Trial


July 15: The Roots Of The Current Paedophile Scare was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 15: A review of The Godfather Of Poker was published on Amazon.


July 16: A review of Super System 2 was published on Amazon.


July 16: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Bangkok Girl
The 9/11 Faker from the Cutting Edge series.


July 17: A review of Forged War Crimes Malign The German Nation was published on Amazon.


July 17: A review of the documentary 9/11: The Firemen’s Story was published on IMDb.


July 17: Who Are The McCann-Haters? was published on AllVoices.


July 17: On this site the following were added:

Party Poker offers free ride to the Aussie Millions 2012 with 2 screengrabs (re) published from Digital Journal
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 12-7, 2014.


July 18: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon in this order:

Pleadings Without Tears
The Other Face Of Terror


July 18: The following Mark Taha correspondence was added to his site:

Boxing News, July 25, 1986
East London Advertiser, September 21, 1990
Islington Gazette, January 23, 1997
Tough Talking From The Right, December 2003
New Zealand News UK, May 12, 2004
TNT, June 23-9, 2008
London Metro, July 29, 2009

And

A review of a biography of Randolph Turpin from The Southern Ex-Boxer, Spring 1998
An unpublished review of Sonny Boy..., a biography of Sonny Liston.


July 19: A review of the documentary Stripped To The Bone from the series Wives With Knives was published on IMDb.


July 19: The following were added to this site:

Leroy Cool Meets Tonya Lee
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 18-9, 2014.


July 20: A review of the documentary Lonely And Lethal from the series Wives With Knives was published on IMDb.

When I logged onto IMDb on September 9, 2014, I found the following message re the above:

“(This review was deleted by IMDb based on an abuse report filed by another user)”

I have no idea when this abuse report was filed, but the review is still there (as of June 25, 2015); I have also archived it as I do all my material as far as possible. Whatever, should it be deleted at any time in the future, here it is again (at the above link).


July 20: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

EINSTEIN’S DAUGHTER the search for lieserl
The Truth About Uri Geller


July 20: The following Mark Taha correspondence was added to his site:

Volya, Issue 16, 1986
Collectors’ Digest, February 1999
Guardian (Education), November 13, 2001
Guardian, October 12, 2004
Boxing News, May 17, 2002.


July 21: A review of the documentary Hunting Humans from the 48 Hours: Live To Tell series was published on IMDb. (This was originally published on the wrong page but was added to this page and the original deleted May 3, 2015).


July 21: Entrapment: UK and USA was published on AllVoices.


July 21: A review of Policing Pop was published on Amazon.


July 21: The following were added here:

America’s Misguided Sexual Imperialism (re)published from Digital Journal
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 20-21, 2014.


July 22: A new page was added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive with 11 scans - 10 of them membership applications.


July 22: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

The Courage To Heal
The Three Principles Of The People


July 22: How To Win At Poker Even When You Lose was published on Wikinut with a screengrab.

The above was my first article on this site.


July 22: A review of the documentary The Murder Of Emmett Till from the series The American Experience was published on IMDb.


Circa July 23: This was probably published sometime before this date. It is my horoscope from a publication called Transmitter, Summer 2014, page 58.

A year and more on, I can’t remember when and where I found it. (It was added December 28, 2015). I scanned it because it seemed remarkably accurate at the time. Unfortunately, it still does.


Circa July 23: The following were published on SongFacts:

Black And Blue by Mindy McCready
I’m Not So Tough by Mindy McCready
I’m Still Here by Mindy McCready
Oh Romeo by Mindy McCready

Flying Saucers Have Landed credited to Paul St. John
Spaceship Lover credited to Paul St. John.


July 23: The Innocent Victims Of ‘Operation Yewtree’ was published on AllVoices.


July 23-4: April Showers credited here to Al Jolson was published on SongFacts.

The above was published without my credit and edited somewhat.


July 24: A review of Arithmetic, Population and Energy was published on IMDb.


July 24: Rethinking Al Sharpton was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 24: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

The Bumper Book of Government Waste 2008: Brown’s Squandered Billions
Wall Street And The Rise Of Hitler


July 24: The Dangers Lurking In The Smallest Room In The House was published on Wikinut.


July 25: The Women Who Need To Stop Lying About Rape was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 25: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

Great Games By Chess Prodigies
Nella: A Psychic Eye


July 25: Nice Jewish Girls was published on YouTube.

I can’t really take any credit for the above compilation clip, but the associated blurb is mine.


July 25: On this site:

An Afterword was added to A Minor Critique Of Revisionist Methodology
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 22-5, 2014 was also added.


July 26: A review of Google: The Missing Manual was published on Amazon.


July 26: A review of the film The Black Klansman was published on IMDb.


July 27: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

Camera Clues
Out There by Howard Blum
The Back: Relief From Pain
The Chess Player’s Battle Manual


July 27: The following were published on this site:

Search engines bow to censorship with a photograph and 3 video clips
The most thought-provoking documentaries on YouTube with a photograph
Who was Albert Bartlett? with a screengrab.

The above were all (re)published from Digital Journal

An addition to More Shocking E-Mails - correspondence between Call Me Dave and that cunt Alison Saunders

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 26-7, 2014.


July 28: A review of the documentary The Bridge Murders from the American Justice series was published on IMDb.


July 28: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

Unbounding The Future
Winning With Chronic Pain


July 28: Don’t Hug A Terrorist! was published on AllVoices with a linked video.

When it was republished on this site, December 21, 2016, the video and image were included rather than linked from another site.


July 28: The following flyers/programmes were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

100 Years Ago - Bromley Museum
Football flyer - Bromley Pavilion
Olympia - show, July 10-12, 2014
Sarah Kim organ recital, New Zealand, June 2011
South Norwood Arts Festival
Till The Boys Come Home - Sydenham.


July 28: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Islington Gazette, May 20, 1988
Ealing Gazette, August 19, 1988
Islington Gazette, September 15, 1988
Islington Gazette, December 28, 1989
Boxing News, October 12, 1990
Hackney Gazette, April 2, 1993.


July 29: A review of the documentary Date With A Serial Killer from the series Crime Investigation Australia was published on IMDb.


July 30: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

American Assassin
The Money Masters


July 30: Airline In Another Savile Style Shakedown was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


July 30: A review of False Imprisonment by Nigel Ley was published on Amazon.


July 31: The Top Five Butchers Of Children was published on YouTube

I knocked up the above in about an hour, literally as quick as that, although I was thinking about it most of yesterday. Not quite sure it counts as a genuine artistic creation, but the comments are mine.

This is: A tribute to Benjamin Netanyahu, the man who outshines paedophile Roy Whiting, Soham Murderer Ian Huntley, Monster Of Worcester David McGreavy and Atlanta Child Murderer Wayne Bertram Williams.

Alternative link for the above video.


July 31: A review of the documentary The Devil Inside - John Ernest Cribb from the series Crime Investigation Australia was published on IMDb.


August 1: The False Rape Pandemic was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 2: Happy Birthday, Ted Turner was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 2: An entry for Terence DuQuesne was published on Wikipedia.

The above link is to version of the page archived August 3, 2014 for the same reason as the entry for David Webb - see June 15 above.


August 3: Gaza – Where Are The Trayvon Martin Supporters Now? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 3: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

The film City Of Missing Girls
The documentary Park Family Murders from the series Forensic Investigators


August 3: A review of CIVIL RIGHTS: Rhetoric Or Reality? by Thomas Sowell was published on Amazon.


August 3: On this site the following were added:

Three Clerihews For Rhiannon Brooker
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 28-August 3, 2014.


August 4: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Cherry Hill: Sins Of The Rabbi from the series City Confidential
The Murder Of Sarah Payne from the series Crimes That Shook Britain
Serial Slasher from the series Blood, Lies And Alibis.


August 4: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

Policing A Perplexed Society was published on Amazon.
Sex And The Law


August 5: The following Taha correspondence was published on his website:

Guardian, November 4, 1993
Hackney Gazette, May 27, 1994
Independent (Education section), June 26, 1997
Guardian (Review section), May 17, 2003
Boxing News, August 15, 2008
Ealing Gazette, July 11, 2014
Boxing News, July 31, 2014.


August 5: Who Will Pay For Israel’s Crimes In Gaza? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 5: A review of The Life And Death Of Michael X was published on Amazon.


August 5: The following were published on this site:

Poker — Big prizes for small buy-ins and cash awards for grinders was republished from Digital Journal with a screengrab
The ITMA Publications List for March 22, 1994
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 4-5, 2014.


August 6: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

The Atlanta Child Murders
The Trial Of Lee Harvey Oswald (1964)


August 6: Warsi - The First Honourable Woman was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 7: The following articles were (re)published here from Digital Journal:

AIDS ‘Denialism’ videos on YouTube with 2 videos
The Obscenity Of High Stakes Poker with 4 screengrabs.


August 7: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Do You Want To Die? from the series FBI: Criminal Pursuit
The Trial Of Lee Harvey Oswald (1977).


August 7: The following were added to SearchlightArchive directly into the Critical Bibliography:

The Nazi-Zionist Link - a cartoon, circa June 1994
Pressure to ban Nazi festival, August 4, 1997 - the full article, replacing the two excerpts.


August 8: Re the Mark Taha website, see entry for May 20, 2015.


August 8: The following articles were (re)published here from Digital Journal:

How trustworthy are official statistics?
How trustworthy is social media?
How trustworthy is ‘Wikipedia’?
The poker bad beat - in fiction and in fact with 6 (new) screengrabs and 2 video clips

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 6-8, 2014 was also added.


August 9: The following Taha correspondence was published on his website:

East London Advertiser, circa early 1993
Guardian, February 21, 2006
Independent, February 22, 2006
(London) Metro, July 3, 2006
Evening Standard, July 11, 2014.


August 9: The following articles were (re)published here from Digital Journal:

Poker is a party, for some with a screengrab
PokerStars aiming for 85 billionth hand with 4 screengrabs.


August 9: What Is Medical Aid For Palestinians? was published on AllVoices with a linked video.


August 9: A review of the Dianne Core book Chasing Satan was published on Amazon.


August 10: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Dark Secrets from the series Deadly Women
A Serial Killer Calls from the series The First 48


August 10: A review of National Suicide by Antony C. Sutton was published on Amazon.


August 11: A PDF of The Churchill Papers was published on Archive.Org.

This includes the errata slip (already published here) and an Introduction dated July 19, 2014.


August 11: Some moron deleted the Wikipedia entry for Terence DuQuesne today, so I will be making no further contributions to that site.


August 11: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb:

Missing In Atlanta from the series The Investigators
The Missiles Of October: What The World Didn’t Know

The entries for the above, which were published more or less simultaneously, were actually added to the site late in the evening after the following entry for this site including the Bibliography update. They were submitted to IMDb last week.


August 11: The following were added to this site:

This screengrab from the SongFacts Calendar:

All the dates except the first were submitted by me. My e-mail was dated November 8, 2012, so they could have been entered anytime between then and today, and not all necessarily on the same day.

The following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Party Poker Pokerfest II begins tomorrow with 6 screengrabs
Playing the William Hill Sunday Facebook Freeroll with 3 screengrabs.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 9-11, 2014 was also added.


August 12: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

Boys Beware
Girls Beware


August 12: A review of How To Win At...Low-Limit Casino Poker was published on Amazon.


August 12: Who Was Terence DuQuesne? was published on Wikinut with one of the photographs from The DuQuesne Gallery.


August 12: The following PDFs were published on this site:

Anglo-Hebrew Publishing donation form - a new entry published directly into the Baron/ITMA Bibliography
Lorrain Osman: in his own words... (direct into the Baron/ITMA Bibliography)
Talmudic Forgeries (directly into the Notes And References of A Goy Pries Into The “Talmud”...)

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 12, 2014 was also added.


August 13: The following were published on AllVoices, each with a linked video:

If Americans Knew The Truth About Israel/Palestine
The Continued Whitewashing Of Timothy Evans


August 13: Scans of photocopies of the Irving Catamite Letters were published on Archive.Org.


August 13: Scans of the following were added to SearchlightArchive:

Searchlight stockists facing libel actions launch support campaign - 1996
The above was added last night, August 12; it was later linked both to this site and to the Mark Taha website

Drummond wins..., May 1993
Election storm over ‘werewolf’ claim, September 1994 (three photographs and their captions have been omitted)
The apology for the above from the same paper, which was published the following week
Searchlight on a Searchliar Errata re Colin Jordan - the entry was added as well; the scan was also linked this site (directly into the Bibliography)

Finally, on this site an advertisment from Spearhead, October 1994 was added directly into the Bibliography.


August 14: A review of the documentary It Was Rape was published on IMDb.


August 14: A review of The Farther Shores Of Politics was published on Amazon.


August 14: The Yewtree Witch-Hunt Comes For Cliff Richard was published on AllVoices.


August 15: Scans of the following were added to SearchlightArchive:

Entry for G. Gable in the January 1961 London telephone directory
The above was linked through a new page in the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for Pre-1962. Further documents will be added to this page as time and resources permit.
Decree nisi of Dave Roberts - a new entry in the Critical Bibliography
Morning Star reporter loses sacking case from the Daily Telegraph, September 1986
Editor Under Charge from The Journalist, 1992
Sonia Gable letter in the Times, March 20, 1993
Radio Times entry for Soundtrack, March 1995
Anonymous leaflet, 1996 - a new entry in the Critical Bibliography
Fifteen things you didn’t know about Gerry Gable. Well, almost, 1996
Letter by Iaian Wilson, August 1997
Excerpt from Hansard, April 1999
Neo-Nazis today are fewer - but far deadlier from the Sunday Mirror, May 1999.


August 15: A review of Out Of Step was published on Amazon.


August 16: Scans of the following were added to SearchlightArchive:

An improved copy of Jewish youth determined to turn back National Front, February 1979
Extremist leaflets are to be investigated, January 1996
Dishonest lawyer gets 18 months, October 1997
Catalyst - Jews Against Searchlight issue, November 1997
Twenty Things Every Black And Asian Anti-Racist Should Know About Gerry Gable And The Searchlight Organisation
The above was also linked to the HTML version on this site
White Noise - front cover only.


August 16: On this site the following were (re)published from Digital Journal:

More free money from the world’s leading poker sites with 5 screengrabs
Playing The Party Poker Sunday Bankroll Booster with 3 screengrabs

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 13-6, 2014 was also added.


August 17: My video Never Trust A Palestinian was blocked by YouTube - see below:

It had been viewed over 1,000 times since it was uploaded on April 23, 2011 and to the Internet Archive the following day. At the time of writing this latter upload has generated a mere 128 downloads.


August 17: A review of Auschwitz: A Judge Looks At The Evidence was published on Amazon.


August 17: Scans of the following documents were added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography:

The Great Combat 18 Hoax..., 1994
Letter to subscriber (Mark Taha) from Searchlight, September 1997
An Appeal To The Trade Union Movement..., September 1997.


August 18: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon:

Holocaust Island...
Six Million Did Die


August 18: Palestine – Peace AND Apartheid? was published on Majority Rights.


August 18: Scans of the following leaflets were published on The David Webb Virtual Archive:

Counter Attack, 1949 (pamphlet)
Sarah Kim at Beckenham
What did you do in the War, Bromley?
Wrestling featuring Kwik Kik Lee.


August 18: On this site the following were (re)published from Digital Journal:

A freebie from Full Tilt Poker
AIDS, Africa and Duesberg with a photograph
Full Tilt Poker a shadow of its former self with 2 screengrabs.

Also added were David Spence to the Cartoon Gallery (with a few words of explanation)
Man cleared after threat to kill claims (directed into the Bibliography)

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 17-8, 2014 was also added.


August 19: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

The Wife Who Knew Too Much from the series American Justice
The Perfect Family from the series Unusual Suspects


August 19: When I logged on this morning, my account and apparently all my articles had disappeared from AllVoices; I was expecting something like this since receiving a generic e-mail awhile ago. There are now apparently only a handful of contributors left. I have reapplied although I won’t lose any sleep if I am unsuccessful. There are other news sites I can write for, but by and large I’m through with news. Currently I am working on a video project that will take some time to complete.


August 19: On this site the blog A Straight Flush Or Thirty-One was (re)published from Digital Journal with 31 screengrabs.


August 21: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Vulture, 1979
Daily Express, October 6, 2003
Daily Mirror, January 10, 2004
TNT, circa September 1, 2008
West End Extra, August 1, 2014.


August 22: A review of the documentary Shannon Crawley from the series Snapped was published on IMDb.


August 22: Scans of the following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site;

A letter: Our right to privacy, June 1973
Invitation to the first Sex Maniacs Ball
Flyer for he Mind, Body & Soul Fair, June 1, 2014
A leaflet for a celebration of life - August 15, 2014
Leaflet advertising a night of mediumship and clairyovance at Sydenham (indeed) - September 7, 2014.


August 22: On this site the following were added:

A PDF of page 136 of Chinese Perceptions Of The ‘Jews’ And Judaism: A History Of The Youtai directly into the Bibliography
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 19-22.


August 23: A review of the film The Elizabeth Smart Story was published on IMDb.


August 23: On this site, the following were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Adventures And Misadventures On Full Tilt with 35 screengrabs
Full Tilt Poker returns with a bang with a screengrab
Full Tilt Poker RIP? with a screengrab.


August 23: I started copying my Amazon reviews to the American site today. I will not be listing these here but this one has been re-edited before posting due to an error; in the original, Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is alluded to as a famous woman painter; that statement is half-true - he was certainly famous.


August 24: On this site:

Absolute Poker R.I.P. was (re)published from Digital Journal with 14 screengrabs
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 23-4 was also added.


August 25: The following book reviews were published on Amazon in this order (which is not the order in which they were submitted):

The Morning After: Sex, Fear And Feminism
Treating Survivors Of Satanist Abuse


August 27: I appeared on Iranian TV, not for the first time Alexander Baron, Independent Researcher and Archivist! The back to back programmes were recorded for broadcast next week. See below:


August 29: A review of Abused By Therapy was published on Amazon.


September 1: The Mind Sports Olympiad Bounces Back In 2014 was published on OneConvo with a photograph.


September 4: A Good Night On Strange Tables was published on VennerRoad with 4 screengrabs.


September 4: On this site the following were published:

Lines On The Death Of Joan Rivers (this was actually first published on Facebook a few minutes earlier)
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 25-September 4, 2014.


September 5: The documentary Rolf Harris And You was uploaded to the Internet Archive.

Alternative link for the above video.


September 5: A transcript of Rolf Harris And You was published on this site; this includes 49 new uploaded photographs and two PDF files (official reports).

Two of the photographs herein - those of George Smith and John Marsden respectively - were not linked properly. This was sorted just before midnight on September 17, 2014. The files were extensioned .JPG rather than .jpg, which means they showed up all right on my desktop but not on the Web, which is case sensitive.


Circa September 6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down by Big Billl Broonzy
House Rent Stomp by Big Billl Broonzy
Just A Dream by Big Billl Broonzy

Dr Who Theme by Ron Grainer

Errol Flynn by Amanda McBroom.


September 6: I made and uploaded to YouTube a short video A Tribute To Joan Rivers


September 8: A blog called Schooldaze was published on VennerRoad.

The above was originally an e-mail sent to a contact in the US in January last year. No prizes for guessing who. One or two very minor alterations have been made to it.


September 8: A review of the documentary Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson was published on IMDb.


September 9, 2014: Reviews of the following two documentaries were published on IMDb, apparently simultaneously:

Are We Real? from the series What We Still Don’t Know
Henry VIII: Mind Of A Tyrant (this is actually a mini-series)


September 9: The following were added to this site:

A screengrab re Lonely But Lethal direct into the Bibliography plus some explanatory blurb
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 5-9, 2014.


September 10: A review of LONDON City of the Dead was published on Amazon.


September 10: A review of the documentary Deadly Affair from the series Dateline NBC was published on IMDb.


September 10: On this site the following were added:

The Missing Plane And The Psychic Charlatans (republished from AllVoices)
A screengrab of an e-mail (press release) from the CPS, which was linked directly into the Rolf Harris And You transcript together with some explanatory blurb.


September 10: An Overview Of The Mind Sports Olympiad was published on Wikinut with 2 photographs.

I tried to add other photos but am having serious problems. Later I managed to add a couple more photos with some text; this site has a weird structure.


September 11: Letter To America, September 11, 2013 was published on YouTube with a transcript.

I came up with the idea yesterday and knocked it out this morning in two or three hours.


September 11: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

America’s Gold from the series How The Earth Was Made
Southland Stalkers from the series Evil, I.


September 11: How Trustworthy Are Electronic Cards? was published on VennerRoad with 6 screengrabs.


September 12: A review of the documentary My Dad’s Killer from the series 48 Hours was published on IMDb.


September 13: A review of the documentary Elizabeth was published on IMDb.


September 13: The following were added to this site:

A Feast Of Bad Beats (re)published from Digital Journal with 29 screengrabs
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 10-13, 2014.


September 14: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Canada Post, April 2010
Daily Mirror, June 16, 2010


September 15: A review of the documentary Left In The Dark from the series On The Case was published on IMDb.


September 16: The Standpoint programme recorded August 27 was published on YouTube.


September 16: Warning: Parasites At Work was published on Wikinut with a photograph of the New York Stock Exchange.


September 16: A review of The Giuoco Piano was published on Amazon.


September 17: A review of the documentary Deadly Predator from the series On The Case was published on IMDb.


September 17: Why Fire Need Not Be The Death Of You was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


September 17: On this site:

Two pictures were fixed - see entry for September 5 above
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 14-7, 2014 was added.


September 18: A review of The Stonewall Attack Revised 2nd Edition was published on Amazon.


September 19: On this site I added a bit more material to the Rolf Harris And You transcript; I also deleted the original video on the Internet Archive and replaced it with another copy. Briefly, this was recorded in 108 clips; I re-recorded a few of these clips, and when I reassembled the whole thing I did so in one edit instead of four or five as before. I think the sound quality has improved noticeably.


September 20: The following were added to the Mark Taha website:

The article Know Your Enemy: The Workers’ Revolutionary Party from Dreadnought, 1981
The above had already been published, but by unstapling the magazine I managed to produce a better quality scan. Having said that, the first page is still very poor. This time I have included the front cover but have removed the surplus material (part of an article by another contributor).
Let’s Be Controversial... from The Friars’ Chronicles, Summer 2014

The following correspondence:

The Friars’ Chronicle, Summer 2009
I’ve Said It Before..., September 22, 2011
West End Extra, August 22, 2014
The i, August 30, 2014
Evening Standard, September 3, 2014.


September 22: The following documents were added to the Mark Taha website:

Correspondence:

Hackney Gazette, April 5, 1991
Hackney Gazette, September 16, 1994
New Statesman, November 3, 1995
Ealing Gazette, May 17, 1996
Guardian, April 24, 2001
West End Extra, August 22, 2003
West End Extra, February 20, 2004
SA Times, September 8, 2004
Friends Of The Chalet School, February 2005
Daily Mirror, May 7, 2007
Daily Mirror, October 4, 2007
Friends Of The Chalet School, August 2014 (including front cover)
Boxing News, August 21, 2014

Miscellaneous:

More About Flashman, 1992
TUC bookstore faces libel ruin, July 21, 1996.


September 23: On this site the following were added:

Confessions Of A Male Sex Attack Survivor
Stud You Like It with 73 screengrabs - 74 if you count the one linked from A Feast Of Bad Beats
[Both the above are (re)published from Digital Journal]
The HomePage was updated
And the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 18-23, 2014.


September 24: The following blogs were published on VennerRoad in this order:

Fun With Psychic Poker with 13 screengrabs
Did Jimmy Savile Ride A Bike?


September 25: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

Violence, Drugs And Prostitution: The Murder Of Kirsty Grabham from the series Britain’s Darkest Taboos
The film Haunts

When I checked the database, I saw Rolf Harris And You had been added to it. I was pleasantly surprised! I have now added a synopsis.


September 25: A review of I’ve Said It Before... was published on Amazon.


September 26: The following flyers were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

St. Christopher’s Hospice Family Fun Day, June 28, 2014
Mini World Cup, August 20, 2014
Red Sky Blue Sky, September 19, 2014
Auction, Holy Trinity Church, October 4, 2014.


September 26: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

Dreadnought, Autumn 1984
The Sun, September 22, 2014
The Sun, September 26, 2014.


September 29: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon in this order:

A History Of Communism In South Africa
Film Censorhip
The World Conquerors


September 29: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

To Secrets From The Workhouse (the full mini-series)
To Amelia Dyer from the series Martina Cole’s Lady Killers


September 30: On this site:

Stud You Like It Again was (re)published from Digital Journal with 6 screengrabs
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 24-30, 2014 was also added.


October 1: The Minimum Wage Refuted By A Mug was published on YouTube.

The above includes a transcript. The image of the caff at 8 Sydenham Road is actually an old one; it has been under new management for some time.

Alternative link for the above video.


October 2: The following were published on Wikinut:

What Was NCROPA? with two photographs from the NCROPA website
The Hidden Renaissance with a photograph.

The first of the above above was originally drafted for Wikipedia; the less said about those cunts, the better.


October 4: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

I Could Go On, October 10, 2010
Imagine My Surprise, October 18, 2012
The i, September 29, 2014.


October 4: The following articles were (re)published here from Digital Journal:

Absolute and Ultimate – Poker sites quit US for good with 1 new screengrab
Poker website UltimateBet is dead with 4 new screengrabs
The state of on-line Poker in 2014

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 1-4, 2014 was also added.


October 5: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

Hackney Gazette, May 16, 1986
Ealing Gazette, July 6, 2001
SA Times, April 10, 2002
New Statesman, September 19, 2014.


Circa October 6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Backwater Blues by Big Bill Broonzy
Black, Brown And White by Big Bill Broonzy

Scatterlings Of Africa credited to Johnny Clegg and Juluka

Our Love Is Here To Stay by George Gershwin

Diary Of Toture by Macabre

The Hearse Song credited as Traditional.


October 6: A Life Apart: Hasidism In America was published on IMDb.


October 6: Time To Rethink Work, Wealth Distribution And Copyright was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


October 7: On this site:

The following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Auntie’s Poker Party with 12 screengrabs
UltimateBet R.I.P. with 11 screengrabs

The following sections were also augmented as shown -

Cartoon Gallery:

Several relating to Palestine: Censored, Condoleezza Rice, Football, Holocaust, Israel’s Worst Enemy, Once Upon A Time In Rafah, Rocket v catapult, Three old ones, US foreign police.
Let’s Call Her Monica

All but the last of the above were added to a new section in the gallery.

Image Gallery:

Bawla Grading Award
Helen Chamberlain’s Ladbrokes profile

Commentary was added to the above as appropriate.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 5-7, 2014 was also added.


October 8: The BBC, Rape And Brainwashing was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


October 8: The The Royal Flush Phenomenon was (re)published from Digital Journal on this site with 8 screengrabs.


October 10: Lynsey de Paul (1948-2014) was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


October 10: A review of Pornography: Men Possessing Women was published on Amazon.


October 11: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

The Times (Debate), December 24, 2004
Daily Express, September 19, 2014
The Sun, October 7, 2014

And

A page from Ripperana, October 2014 - he wins a prize!

And

A previously unpublished review: Tory Democracy: Its Time Has Come


October 11: A review of Transylmania was published on IMDb.


October 11: Rape - Feminist Fiction v Fact was published on VennerRoad.


October 11: On this site:

Whatever Became Of Draw Poker? was (re)published from Digital Journal with 19 screengrabs

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 8-11, 2014 was also added.


October 12: On this site, Don’t Play Stud When Everybody Else Is Playing Razz was (re)published from Digital Journal with 4 screengrabs.


October 14: On this site, the following were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Any Two Cards with 80 screengrabs
Hold ’Em On The Cheap with 7 screengrabs


October 14: Why We Need A Statute Of Limitations was published on Wikinut


October 15: A major update of The NCROPA Virtual Archive was made just after midnight. As things stand this will not be the final such update but will be the largest. I added two text files. The first page is called NCROPA Papers From The CAC Files; this contains the introductory paragraphs. The second page is the index of documents, annotated minimally. This contains 180 documents - one of which is linked from the dedicated David Webb site.

A screengrab and a note - both relating to AITA - were added to the Dramatis Personae.


October 15: On this site, the following were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Head Hunting On CryptoLogic with 11 images
How To Make 35c Tax-Free with 4 screengrabs

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 12-5, 2014 was also added.


October 16: A review of the Arena documentary The Brian Epstein Story was published on IMDb.


We need a basic income for all was published in the Evening Standard, October 16, 2014, page 56.

The above was e-mailed under the heading ‘Lord Freud and the disadvantaged’ but is published here more or less verbatim.


October 16: The Moron Who Can Never Fold An Ace (Or Anything Else) was republished on this site from Digital Journal

There are 21 screengrabs in the above article but one was already on the site.


October 17: My letter of October 16 in the Evening Standard was added to FinancialReform

This is actually a screengrab from the E-edition (West End Final B).


October 18: On this site, the following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Poker For Free with 12 screengrabs
Royal Flush — A Reprise with 7 screengrabs
Royal Flush 2008 with 12 screengrabs.


October 18: A review of the documentary William The Conqueror from the series The Conquerors was published on IMDb.


October 21: On this site, the following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

A Good Night On The Tables with 4 screengrabs
A Good Night On The Tables At Party Poker with 7 screengrabs
Freerolls And Easy Money. Easy??!!! with 10 screengrabs
The Descartes’ Demon Of On-Line Poker with 16 screengrabs.


October 23: The following documents were added to The NCROPA Virtual Archive:

Feminists Against Censorship Draft Manifesto, October 1988

The Viewer And Listener, Summer 1998
The Viewer And Listener, Autumn 1998
The Viewer And Listener, Spring 1999.


October 25: A review of the film Snoopy Green’s Vampire Movie was published on IMDb.


October 25: Should Harry Roberts Be Paroled? was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


October 25: On this site:

Another footballer convicted of rape was (re)published from Digital Journal with a photograph and a lengthy Aftermath
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 16-25, 2014 was also added.


October 26: Two articles were added to Vexatious_Litigant:

Courting Trouble... by Pamela Warrick, 1995
Prevention Of Vexatious Litigation by the Indian Law Commission, 2005.


October 26: A review of the film Vampire Chicks With Chainsaws was published on IMDb

The reader may notice the above review is dated May 17, 2015. That is because on that date I noticed I had forgot to rate it, so deleted the original and reposted the exact same review with a rating.


October 26: On this site the following were added:

A JPG of the Gilbert Frankau “war would be a GREAT idea” article from the Daily Express directly into the note sections of two of my publications.
The poem Oscar And Reeva


October 27: The Case For Basic Income was published on the Internet Archive.


October 27: The illustrated transcript of The Case For Basic Income was published on this site with notes, references and 47 images.


October 28: The Case For Basic Income was added to IMDb

Its budget is given as £1 (estimated). That is in fact the actual budget, ie the cost of checking it on another computer, in the Internet caff.


October 28: All You Ever Wanted To Know About Basic Income was published on Wikinut with a photograph of the great Major Douglas.


October 30: The Lesson Of The Wonga Write-Off was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


October 30: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb:

The documentary Vampires In America from the MonsterQuest series
The film Embrace Of The Vampire (1975)


October 30: How To Avoid Being Raped: Advice To Rad-Fems was published on the Internet Archive.

The clips are not mine but the commentary is.


October 31: The following were added to IMDb:

A synopsis for The Case For Basic Income

Reviews of the following films:

Firehouse (1987)
The Velvet Vampire


October 31: I added a memorial including photograph for Mary Cadogan to findagrave.

Mark went to her funeral last Friday instead of coming here; I never met her myself.


October 31: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

New Statesman, March 13, 1981
Collectors’ Digest, October 1995
Inside Soap, October 11-7, 2014
Daily Mail, October 16, 2014
Daily Mail, October 21, 2014
Friends Of The Chalet School, November 2014 (the front cover and scans from 5 pages)


November 1: A review of the film Desire, The Vampire was published on IMDb


November 1: The following documents were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for:

Lewisham in poetry, 2014
Millwall Lionesses, 2014
Raheem Devaughn concert
Write a poem about Anerley

Magazines

Rising Damp - 2 issues

Programme for:

Here, There And Everywhere, 1947.


November 1: On this site:

The PokerStars world record attempt - and success was (re)published from Digital Journal with 11 screengrabs
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 26-November 1, 2014 was also added.


November 2: Reviews of the following films were published on IMDb in this order:

An American Vampire Story
L’Amante Del Vampiro


Circa November 3: The following were published on SongFacts:

Gone With The Wind by Blackmore’s Night
Catherine Howard’s Fate by Blackmore’s Night

Gone With The Wind from the 2008 musical, and credited to the Cast
I’m Gonna Find My Own from the 2008 musical Gone With The Wind and credited to the Cast

Isn’t It Easy To Say by Hep Stars
No Response by Hep Stars
Rented Tuxedo by Hep Stars
Sunny Girl by Hep Stars (partly mine)

Polyushko Polye uncredited but Lev Knipper and written by Victor Gusev

Tara’s Theme credited to the composer Max Steiner

My Own True Love credited to Margaret Whiting.


November 3: A review of Twisted Minds from the series Deadly Women was published on IMDb.


November 3: Rape Controversies In The News was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


November 3: On this site, the following were added:

Lines On The Death Of Acker Bilk
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 2-3, 2014.


November 4: The following documents were added to FinancialReform:

Banks Create Money - this is a folded leaflet scanned page 4, 1m 2 & 3. I can’t be absolutely sure but I think it was given to me by Victor Hadkins when I visited him at his Sheffield home circa 1982.

Interest And Loan Free International Trade... by Z.A. Bawany

The four missives below were all e-mails; they are reproduced verbatim. All were unanswered.

Letter to Bill Gates (2010)
Letter to Dambisa Moyo, May 23, 2010
Letter to Steve Baker MP re banking
Letter to Toby Ord

Web Of Debt by Ellen Brown.


November 4: A Profile Of The Amazing Randi was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


November 4: A review of Falsely Accused?... by Mark Shaw was published on Amazon.

I must confess I read only the preview of the above, but if the rest of the book is 5 times as good, I would still suggest giving it a miss.


November 6: A review of the Eric Hunt documentary The Last Days Of The Big Lie was published on IMDb.


November 6: The following documents were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Flyers for:

Britannia Party election leaflet, Stevenage
Chamber Orchestra at Beckenham
Henry V & Mrs Klein, South London Theatre
The Frida Kahlo Of Penge West, November 2014

And

Britannia Party election leaflet, Stevenage

And

The O Men, comic sampler.


November 6: On this site the lyrics to Be Good To Your Lady were added.

I wrote this around 1988; I added music to it after a fashion, but that is not included here, in any case I can no longer read music.


November 7: a review of the documentary Sex And Fame: The Mary Millington Story was published on IMDb.


November 7: On this site:

A short introductory article was added The “Allvoices” Era

And

Rolf Harris And The Rape Of English Justice was (re)published from Allvoices

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 4-7, 2014 was also added.


November 8: The following were published on this site:

Airline In Another Savile Style Shakedown with a linked video
Rolf Harris, Jimmy Savile And The NSPCC with 2 linked videos.
The UK Celebrity Witch-Hunt with a photograph from the original article and a (new) linked video
Why Business Hates Capitalism

All four of the above were (re)published from AllVoices.

The following images were added to the Cartoon Gallery:

A Brief History Of Thought Crime
Bikini v niqab
Chicken cartoon
Chinese bookstore (this was sent me by AH)

Gerry Gable: the true face of Jewish evil
I hate my job - classic
Polar bear and penguin
Taha’s ugly mug - from the BBC website; the offending page has long since gone!
This is what a feminist looks like. - My caption on a topical subject with a photograph of Ted Bundy
You can blame men

Finally, Why the slut double standard exists... was added to the Image Gallery

The linked videos above are a first for me. I uploaded them to this site, archived them with the Wayback Machine, then deleted the originals. I don’t want dozens of these short clips cluttering up my hard disk.

The cartoon of the evil one is not really a cartoon as such, but my own juxtaposition of a street poster put out by the brainwashed politically correct morons who run the social services in Lewisham with a photograph of Gable himself.

Finally, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 8, 2014 was also added.


November 9: Reviews of the following TV episodes from the series Tales From The Crypt were published on IMDb in this order:

Werewolf Concerto
Lover Come Hack To Me


November 9: On this site the following articles were (re)published from Allvoices;

Karma Catches Up With Max Clifford, But At What Cost? with 2 linked videos
The Great Westminster Paedophile Hunt
The Innocent Victims Of ‘Operation Yewtree’


November 10: A review of Only Skin Deep from the series Tales From The Crypt was published on IMDb.


November 11: The Vagaries Of Celebrity Justice was published on Wikinut with 2 photographs.

The reader may notice that herein I have spelt the word defense using American-English except where I allude to the UK. Also, I really must cut down on my commas, decide whether or not I am going to hyphenate phrases like hold-up consistently, and (although it does not appear here) if I am going to keep italicising the word feminist.


November 11: A review of the musical Paint Your Wagon was published on IMDb.


November 11: On this site, the following articles were added:

Harriet Harman And The Paedophiles
The Yewtree Witch-Hunt Comes For Cliff Richard

The above two were (re)published from Allvoices:

And

Excerpt from The Friday Rock Show, September 11, 1992

The above audio recording is not actually on this site; I uploaded it, archived it, and deleted the original. It was recorded originally on cassette; the actual programme as dated is presented by the legendary Mr Vance, but the first part is presented by Alan Freeman, so it is clearly another edition. Both are now sadly long gone. I cannot in all honesty remember how this abberation came about, but it is certainly worth listening to. The programme lasted for two hours - 22.00 to midnight; in total, this runs to a shade over forty-six and a half minutes. (See also the Site Corrections Page)

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 9-11, 2014 was also added.


November 12: The following were published on Wikinut in this order:

Who Was Mary Millington? with a photograph
The Satanic Abuse Panic Returns with a photograph

A photograph was also added to the already published article The Dangers Lurking In The Smallest Room In The House


November 14: On this site the following articles were (re)published from Allvoices:

Warsi - The First Honourable Woman with an archived video and a photograph
Who Will Pay For Israel’s Crimes In Gaza? with an archived video.

Also, the Site Corrections Page was updated re The Friday Rock Show.


November 14: The following articles were published on Wikinut in this order:

Songfacts - The World’s Leading Song Database with a photograph
Al Stewart: A Man For All Seasons with a photograph and 2 scans.


November 14: The following reviews, both from the series Tales From The Crypt, were published apparently simultaneously:

Death Of Some Salesmen
House Of Horror

For the record, these two above were actually published after the Wikinut Songfacts article but before the Al Stewart article.


November 14: Re the Michael Stone website, Damian Daley - the man who fitted him up - is currently himself on trial for murder. I noticed that media reports - and the court listings - alluded to him as Damian rather than Damien. On rechecking the official documents on the site I notice they all spell his name thus. I had assumed this was a simple spelling mistake. It appears though that the only spelling mistake is mine, so I have begun correcting this mistake, which according to my software appears on no fewer than 178 pages of the site. This will take some time.

In the meantime I have added a photograph of Daley to the website image gallery.


November 14: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 12-4, 2014 was added.


November 15: A review of Beauty Rest from the series Tales Of The Crypt was published on IMDb.


November 15: The following were added to this site: The moron with the massive stack wins yet again (re)published from Digital Journal with a new screengrab.

Introducing Anglo-Hebrew Publishing - not the first leaflet with that title; this on was inserted directly into the Baron/ITMA Bibliography at circa August 1993.


November 16: A review of The Ventriloquist’s Dummy from the series Tales Of The Crypt was published on IMDb.


November 17: A review of The Kidnapper from the series Tales Of The Crypt was published on IMDb.


November 17: On this site:

The Women Who Need To Stop Lying About Rape was (re)published from AllVoices with a photograph and 2 archived videos
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 15-7, 2014 was also added.


November 18: The following were published on Wikinut in this order:

Zero Tolerance For False Rape Accusers with a photograph
A Day To Remember A Murder with a photograph

Both the above photographs have been published by Yours Truly before.


November 21: The following were added to this site:

Leroy Cool Meets Ed Miliband - this cartoon includes 4 new photographs

Let’s All Drink To The Death Of A Clown (re)published from AllVoices with a photograph

Two recordings from The Friday Rock Show [archived as the one added November 11 (above)]. See also Site Corrections Page

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 18-21, 2014 was also added.


November 22: The following correspondence was published on the Mark Taha website:

London Old Boys’ Book Club Newsletter, November 2014 - the whole issue
The Sun, November 5, 2014 - this includes correspondence by others
The i, November 8, 2014
Boxing News, November 13, 2014 - likewise this includes correspondence by others


November 22: Jonathan Oates: A Man With Murder In Mind was published on Wikinut with 2 photographs


November 22: HOW DO YOU CHOOSE A BRAND NAME AND DOMAIN? was published for Domain Name Internet Brands.

The above was amended as desired by the Webmaster.


November 22: Who Owns The “Holocaust” Now? was published on VennerRoad.


November 23: Is Bill Cosby A Serial Rapist? was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


November 23: I added a note re The Case For Basic Income to YouTube.

I did not add the video itself to YouTube in case of a possible copyright claim, but I added a short trailer for it with a link to the actual video at the Internet Archive. I wrote this note sometime last month but have just got round to it. I sent it out too with some mailings to various economics lecturers - for all the good that will have done.


November 25: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Programme for Big Boy with Fred Emney
The Zionist Entity..., 1979
Programme for Bromley Archives...2014
Flyer for The Man In The Mirror, September 2014
Flyer for Just For The Ladies, November 2014
Flyer for Mind-Body Fair & Soul Fair, November 2014
Flyer for The Nutcracker, November 2014
Flyer for Sleeping Beauty, November 2014-January 2015
Flyer for Mediumship & Clairvoyance Night, December 2014.


November 25: Reviews of the following books were published on Amazon in this order:

Calling For Change: WOMEN, LAW, AND THE LEGAL PROFESSION
Feminist Perspectives On Evidence
Michelle Remembers


November 26: On this site I added the Washington Evening Star article about the Israel Cohen hoax.

This is in PDF with a short introduction.

Also added were two articles from Digital Journal:

Is The Lad Really Broke? with 17 screengrabs
And The Venables File with a photograph.


November 28: Reviews of the following, all from the series Tales From The Crypt, were published on IMDb, apparently in this order:

Four-Sided Triangle
Loved To Death
Fitting Punishment


November 28: Sex, Scandal And Silliness In The Tabloids was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


November 29: Reviews of the following, all from the series Tales From The Crypt, were published on IMDb, apparently simultaneously:

Split Second
Spoiled
Two For The Show


November 29: The Michael Stone website was updated.

Yesterday, Damien Daley was convicted of murder, so I added a report from the website of Kent Police (with a short introduction), and an article Damien Or Damian? which includes a screengrab.


November 29: On this site, the following were added:

Jews Against The New World Order (re)published from Digital Journal with a new scan (from The Vanguard) and an archived video. This latter was linked originally from YouTube.

Two photographs from 2008 which include Mark - doing his best to look a right pillock, as usual - these were added to the Image Gallery

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 22-9, 2014 was also added.


November 30: Reviews of the following, all from the series Tales From The Crypt, were published on IMDb:

And All Through The House
The Switch
Cutting Cards

The first of the above was published first; the other two more or less simultaneously.


December 1: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb:

I Survived A Serial Killer
The Scorecard Killer from the series Killers: Behind The Myth


December 2: Was Jimmy Savile Framed? was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


December 2: Reviews of the following, both from the series Tales From The Crypt, were published on IMDb, apparently simultaneously:

Food For Thought
The Man Who Was Death


December 2: On this site the following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

A privilege money can’t buy with a photograph
Poker Hi And Lo with 37 screengrabs

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 30-December 2, 2014 was also added.


December 3: Reviews of the following from Alfred Hitchcock Presents were published on IMDb, in this order:

Man From The South
The Man From The South

Later I added a synposis to Never Trust A Palestinian. This title appears to have been entered into the database December 2.

In case it is deleted at some point, here is the archived version.


December 3: On SearchlightArchive I added:

A page for 2002 with a mere two entries, both from the Daily Express
A page for 2003 with one entry.

More will be added as time permits, but this is not a high priority at the moment.


December 4: On the Michael Stone website, the 3 .flv files from the Video Gallery were replaced with .mp4s.

A letter by Stone from Con Script, August 2008 was added.


December 4: On SearchlightArchive I added:

A page for 2004 with 2 entries including
A scan of a letter from Mischon de Reya to solicitors for Mark Taha
I also added a scan for 2003 (letter in the Times from Sonia Gable).


December 5: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb, apparently simultaneously:

Only Sin Deep from the series Tales From The Crypt
Very Careful Rape from the series Alfred Hitchcock Presents.


December 5: Why Does The Chancellor Hate Google? was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


December 6: The following were added to this site:

Police officer charged with manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson
No whitewash this time, thanks to mobile phone cameras

Both the above are (re)published from Digital Journal with the same screengrab and archived video.

Weekend Chess, October 2004, page 17 - straight into the Baron/ITMA Bibliography, which has also been updated from December 3-6, 2014.


December 7: The years 2005 and 2006 were added to SearchlightArchive

One entry was added to 2005 along with a scan of a letter in the Times from Sonia Gable - January that year
One entry for 2006.


December 7: Reviews of the following both from the series Tales From The Crypt were published on IMDb, apparently in this order:

Abra Cadaver
Carrion Death


December 8: The Day I Was In Contempt Of Parliament was published on Wikinut.


December 9: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb apparently similtaneously:

Driven By Desire from the series Wicked Attraction
Obedience

I added a spoiler alert to the first of the above by mistake, not something that is needed for a documentary.


December 10: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb in this order:

Sun, Sea & Satan
Reeva: The Model You Thought You Knew

The second of the above was actually published after the site update immediately below.


December 10: The following were added to this site:

Music Research – Setting The Record Straight
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 7-10, 2014.


December 11: Reviews of the following both from Tales From The Crypt were published on IMDb in this order>:

Collection Completed
Mute Witness To Murder


December 11: The following scans were published on the Mark Taha website:

Correspondence from

Sunday Times, July 7, 2012
The i, November 24, 2014
Evening Standard, November 24, 2014
West End Extra, November 28, 2014

And The Friars’ Chronicles, Winter 2014: front covers, pages 51-2, and part of page 31


Circa December 12: The following were published on SongFacts:

People Need Love by Abba

Lycka credited to Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson

Hej, Gamle Man! credited to Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson

Daughter Of The Fireplace by Man

Why Can’t A Woman Be More Like A Man? from My Fair Lady


December 12: Are The Police A Law Unto Themselves? was published on Wikinut with a photograph and 2 archived videos.


December 13: A review of The A6 Murder from Fred Dineage Murder Casebook was published on IMDb

The above is not to be confused with the documentary of the same name reviewed March 15 this year.


December 13: A review of Hanratty: The DNA Travesty... was published on Amazon.


Circa December 16: The following were published on SongFacts:

Angels With Dirty Faces by Sham 69
Cockney Kids Are Innocent by Sham 69
Hurry Up Harry by Sham 69
I Don’t Wanna by Sham 69
No Entry by Sham 69
Red London by Sham 69
Ulster by Sham 69
Punky’s Whips by Frank Zappa
Titties And Beer by Frank Zappa.


December 16: On this site the following articles were (re)published from Digital Journal:

Poker Is Not Always A Party with 18 screengrabs
The reparations for slavery nonsense again with a photograph and 3 archived videos

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 11-6, 2014 was also added.


December 17: Reviews of the following were published on IMDb in this order:

The semi-documentary film Murder In The Heartland
The documentary The Cheshire Murders


December 17:: On this site Sharia-Compliant Wills: The Latest Islamic Fear-Mongering Nonsense was (re)published from AllVoices with a photograph.


December 17: Would Sharia Be Bad For Britain? was published on Wikinut with a photograph.


December 19: The Great “Racism” Hoax was published on VennerRoad.


December 19: On this site the following were added:

Poker In September with 20 screengrabs - (re)published from Digital Journal
The Great “Racism” Hoax in PDF
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 17-9, 2014.


December 20: The following correspondence was added to the Mark Taha website:

The Sun, December 10, 2014
Daily Telegraph, December 15, 2014
Evening Standard, December 17, 2014
Ripperana, January 2015

The latter was published apparently shortly before December 17, 2014.


Circa December 21: The following were published on SongFacts:

Borstal Breakout by Sham 69
Hey Little Rich Boy by Sham 69
If The Kids Are United by Sham 69
Sunday Morning Nightmare by Sham 69

Bitchcraft by Strelnikoff

Ag Pleez Deddy by Jeremy Taylor
Jobsworth by Jeremy Taylor

Inca Roads by Frank Zappa

The existing songfact for Rum And Coca-Cola by the Andrews Sisters was augmented.


December 21: A review of the documentary Jeremy Bamber from the series Crimes That Shook Britain was published on IMDb.


December 25: White Police Officers Are Not Your Friends, Jared was published on VennerRoad.

A Christmas present for Jared Taylor!


December 31: The following were added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site:

Photographs 523 & 524. The former is of a girl on the beach; the latter is of a young David Webb posing with a cigarette. This one could have been entered as a casting photograph.

Three autographed photographs:

From Roy someone, 1956
To David with many kind thoughts
And from someone who would like to have been his brother - Ted.


December 31: Reviews of the following documentaries were published on IMDb:

Nightmares At Elm Guest House
The Jersey Slayer


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