Wednesday, 3 January 2018


McMafia explores the world of organised crime and follows the story of Alex Goodman, played by actor James Norton, the English-raised son of Russian exiles with a mafia history.




  1. thats interesting

  2. Have to do a weekly be-sociable (?) watch something. Inner resistance, like mental Jujitsu, to combat. This week: McMAFIA. One overriding consideration is why the need to propagandise? Get The News (daily have/to) is full of acclimatising yet wind-up. Transhumanism was last night at Six, BBC’s plug. As for McM? Usual suspicious and unsurprising timing of portrayals. Assume anti-Russia line. While took the Jewish/Russian aspect, as somehow pro-Is. With the hero dropping a ‘Diana wasn't murdered’ affirmation at one point for good measure. Now the lawyers 'concerns'? Implying their tribe doesn't behave like others in Banksterism? Reminds of the MI? boss saying, they never did any illegal activities. Now Mossad, never ‘officially sanctions deception’. Reckon, any contrived commissioning of stories, in pertinent directions, is for cult activities. Rituals. Somehow the influence upon people secondary. More like 'by them' for them and their worship/dealings unseen. The need for revealing themselves and ways. As for the complaint? How does this slur Israeli businessmen? As though anyone watching, influenced this way. It was about elites. Supposed goodies and baddies. Israel/Jewish, come over as both. Now those few reading their 'complaint' might react. Is this all 'part of the show'? To close: Want an intriguing 'program' and not heard about? Try 'Talpiot' and the investigations of Brendon O'Connell.

  3. Hi Mark Jesus - thank you. I enjoy your posts