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  • Brian Rose Interviews Dr Rashid Buttar


    Dr Buttar is one of the most outspoken doctors in America, and has not hesitated to call out the many mistakes that he alleges the governing classes have made in response to the Covid pandemic.

    Brian Rose is perhaps the most outspoken man in London, proprietor of London Real and the Digital Freedom Platform, dedicated to free speech and to providing the means by which those censored by other platforms can be heard.

    The result as might be expected is an interview which will certainly not find favour in many quarters. Do you dare to listen?

    90 minutes - but shorter clips are also available at the same URL cool

  • Reform UK Party Launched to Challenge Lockdown!


    The Reform UK Party will favour a nuanced approach founded upon the principles of the Great Barrington Declaration, allowing the majority of the economy to remain open.

    Brexit Watch brings us an interview with Richard Tice to explain all:


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  • The Shape of Things to Come?


    Couldn't happen here? Watch and make up your own mind.

  • How Spreading Covid-19 Hysteria Will Backfire for the Covid-19 Vaccine


    The AIER explains the practical implications of rushing out a Covid vaccine.

  • Sue the British Government for False Imprisonment


    Tim Price has had enough - contribute to his Go-Fund-Me campaign here.

    "The funds will be used to pay legal fees for an action against the government on the grounds of false imprisonment, i.e. that the lockdown was never legal in the first case. All Britons who care about their freedom are invited to participate"


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  • The Aussies Strike Back!


    "Australians are having a Globalist Agenda pushed upon them . . .  "

  • Covid as at Wk 43 - November Lockdown Announced!


    Now that Boris has made the fatal announcement (before consulting Parliament), there will be no going back. Indeed, already certain sources are puffing the idea that the lockdown will not end in December . . .

    So I have done my own research into the latest figures for Wk 43, to see if anything has changed since week 42.

    The Public Health England week 44 (up to week 43) (download here) “flu-like” report shows Covid positive tests ever-rising – so maybe we have it (or maybe we don’t - the test isn't definitive and is known to give false positive results anyway), but if we aren’t getting sick then who cares? As usual these meaningless numbers are analysed every which way, but can’t tell us who is sick and who is not. They are a travesty.

    So if we want hard facts we must look to the hardest facts presented which may be the most difficult to fudge - deaths.

    “Covid” deaths are shown rising (continuing the trajectory evident for week 42), “flu” deaths are still flat-lining as close to zero as may be, and “excess deaths from all causes” now rising just slightly above the expectation for this time of year. However,

  • Covid, Covid, Wherefore Art Thou, Covid?


    Gemma O'Doherty is speaking from an Irish perspective, but we are all in the same boat, facing the same problem, and she quotes from a response to an FOI request made to the UK Department of Health and Social Care:


  • A Contagion of Hatred and Hysteria


    Dr Sunetra Gupta is now a well-known scientist and epidemiologist at the University of Oxford. In this article published by the AIER she explores the aftermath of the Great Barrington Declaration (which she co-authored).

    "This refusal to cherish the value of the scientific method strikes at the heart of everything I, as a scientist, hold dear. To me, the reasoned exchange of ideas is the basis of civilised society"

    "But Covid-19 is not a political phenomenon. It is a public health issue — indeed, it is one so serious that the response to it has already led to a humanitarian crisis"

    I suspect that she may now realise that the first part of this quotation is as incorrect as it is possible to be.

    "For the simple truth is that Covid-19 will not just go away if we continue to impose enough meaningless restrictions on ourselves. And the longer we fail to recognise this, the worse will be the permanent economic damage — the brunt of which, again, will be borne by the disadvantaged and the young"

    Highly recommended.

  • The Covid Face of Socialist Tyranny


    Now does seem to be the time to wonder why our supposedly democratic UK government is so hell-bent on locking everyone down, despite the now pretty clear fact that "the pandemic" blew itself out in June.

    But wait - the second wave is upon us! Cases are shooting up! Deaths are rising! Not just in the UK either, all of Europe is within its grip!

    At this point I call upon the ever beguiling and unflappable Ivor Cummins to straighten out the facts from the hysteria:


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    To confirm his point, here is the graph of excess deaths of all causes for England (PHE's Weekly national Influenza and COVID-19 surveillance report - up to wk 42):

  • Has Covid Killed Off the Flu?


    The Daily Mail poses the question, noting that "influenza cases nosedive by 98% across the globe"!

    I would ask if it's more a question of 'has Covid killed off those susceptible to flu?'. If that's the case then we would expect flu+covid together to look like the flu does most years - but does it?

    The figures are tricky to interpret. The Public Health England Report for week 43 (up to week 42 - download here) provides interesting reading. There are reams of analysis concerning the "cases" identified by testing - but we know that the PCR tests are not reliable, a positive result is not a medical "case" until diagnosed by a doctor, and to talk of increasing "cases" in absolute numbers is not based upon statistical random sampling and takes no account of the number of tests actually done; if it indicates anything it indicates potential "cases" discovered rather than potential "cases" per head of population. The whole testing reporting regime is so full of holes that it cannot be taken seriously.

    So in cavalier fashion we pass over the (grossly inflated?) case figures and look at GP consultations, NHS 111 assessments, hospitalisations, and deaths attributed to Covid, in the hope that these figures may

  • Wave of Anti-Lockdown Protests in Italy and Spain


    The Mail On-Line reports "thousands of angry demonstrators called on their governments to reconsider a second-round of lockdown restrictions".

    Milan and Turin saw "vast crowds" protesting "freedom-limiting restrictions". In Barcelona "riot police intervened to bring the chaos to an end".


  • More Protests in Europe and UK


    Protests against Covid restrictions reprised this week-end in London, Naples, and Rome.

    Daily Covid deaths in the UK have risen to around 175 (7 day avg) (1 in 325,000 population), as against 1335 expected deaths from all causes week 41. Covid admissions to hospital, and to intensive care / high dependency units in England were both running at 1 per 200,000 population in the same week (PHE week 42 flu/Coronavirus report).

    In Italy the latest deaths per day number 106 (7 day avg) or 1 in 570,000 population (Worldometers).

    Meanwhile only in Belgium and Spain does Euromomo record any noticeable excess mortality . . .    so if Covid deaths (and other deaths due to Covid measures?) are going up, which other deaths are going down to compensate?

    Numbers of

  • The Free Speech Union Challenges OFCOM Coronavirus Guidance


    The Free Speech Union has had its application for permission to apply for a Judicial Review of Ofcom's 'coronavirus guidance' refused. 

    Now they are applying for an "oral permissions hearing" where their barrister can present the case in person before a judge.

    We wish them God Speed - and you can donate to their fighting fund here.


  • Night-time Industry Launches Legal Challenge over Local Lockdowns


    The Gazette reports on the action taken by the Night-time Industries Association, which has instructed lawyers to press for a Judicial Review of the arbitrary "Covid suppression" measures that confront their members.

    "We have been given no tangible scientific evidence to merit a full closure of hospitality and entertainment sectors and have been left with no option than to escalate the matter with legal actionhttps://t.co/lG4TYSumId.

    Quite so.

    Read more here.

  • Govt Guidance has Failed Care Home Residents & their Families


    "John’s Campaign - a voluntary, not-for-profit movement - speaks for people with dementia and their family carers. We are members of One Dementia Voice and work closely with other charities."

    The "pre-action" letter was sent to Matt Hancock (Secretary of State for Health and Social Care) on 9th September - read the full details here.

    There is no doubt that the policy to clear NHS beds of the elderly by sending them back to care homes in the early stages of the pandemic regardless of being possibly "Covid positive" cost lives, but what is less obvious is the number of lives lost through separation from famliy members and what amounts to imprisonment within care homes under Covid distancing rules - which may in some cases effectively amount to solitary confinement.

    Since that time, Covid distancing has been imposed within care homes, but was there any attempt to run an assessment of the risks from Covid against the risks from solitary confinement?

    This is but one aspect of the Covid response but it has been particularly damaging to care home residents, many of whom have not had anyone to fight their corner, and for whom no respite is yet on offer.

    This is another

  • Simon Dolan's and Robin Tilbrook's Legal Challenges to our Covid Government


    Simon Dolan's challenge (commenced 3rd May) and the People's Brexit challenge (commenced 1st June) (not sure where Brexit comes into this, other than Robin Tilbrook is leader of the English Democrats) both cover similar ground - the "disproportionate" measures brought in by the Government in response to Covid-19.

    Both challenges cover the legal grounds upon which many of the ever-changing Covid regulations have been imposed, as well as the legality of indovidual regulations that seem to be based on no science whatsoever (some not even on the "science" offered by their "scientific" experts.

    "We have now established that The Coronavirus Act 2020 is null and void. There are many reasons for this, the main one being that S1(1) of the Act defines 'coronavirus' as being 'covid-19' or it's other name 'SARS Cov-2'.However, by virtue of the fact that it is not legally, medically or scientifically recognised as a disease or virus it cannot be legislated against, and this makes the whole Act null and void"

    (Was there a "technical

  • Did Matt Hancock Mislead Parliament?


    The Daily Mail reported (13 October) that the authors of the Great Barrington Declaration profoundly disagree with the assertions made in Parliament about the protection against Covid-19 likely to be offered by "herd immunity" - the health secretary is criticised for 'not having a basic understanding of infectious disease'.

    Perhaps they are being a little hard on him; after all, he is only the (temporary) minister in charge whose speciality is likely not in the field of epidemiology - isn't he relying on his civil servants to give him appropriate advice?

    Or perhaps it isn't thought appropriate for a minister of the Crown to display a little less arrogance and perhaps more humility?

    Either way, it does illustrate the dreadful dysfunctionality that seems to permeate our parliamentary system.

  • Ireland Announces Six-Week Lockdown


    Politico reports

    "People told to limit movements to within a five-kilometer radius of their homes and to stay out of each other’s houses".

    Obviously the Prime Minister Micheál Martin has not been listening to his compatriot Ivor Cummins, who seems to me to speak more good sense than all the medical advisors of the world combined:


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    Sadly Ireland isn't alone - here in the UK Boris is busy trying to ram more lock-downs down the unwilling throats of the Northern regions of England, and Wales has just imposed a businesscircuit-breaker lock-down, more it might seem to some for amusement rather than in real expectation of any useful result. Needless to say, those who may care to check the statistics will see a similar situation in England and Wales as Ivor Cummins demonstrates for Ireland.

    The real question is: why do our elected "representatives" seem hell-bent on ignoring the evidence that their own government health departments publish?

  • Victory - Liverpool Gyms Reopen


    Carl Vernon reports a small victory over the lock-down Gestapo in Liverpool. I would say that a bunch of free citizens made a difference by supporting one man who had the courage to stand firm in the face of what amounts to intimidation by the Police.


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