- Category: Covid
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This is the Big One - Del Bigtree interviews Dr Mike Yeadon on the Covid situation. Well, it might be fairer to say that he introduces him before very astutely giving him his head - Mike knows exactly what he wants to say and he does a great job of it.
He is obviously a man to whom public speaking has come late in life, but he rises perfectly to the challenge (although I don't doubt he will be looking back on this interview thinking "I am an idiot - I should have said so-and-so at that point"!
Mike Yeadon, you are no idiot.
For a comprehensive round up of the current Covid situation from one of the foremost experts on the planet, what the possibilities are, how and why we got here, and all spelled out in layman's terms, look no further.
- Category: Free Citizen
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Now that we have a year of Covid hype and fear-mongering under our belts, two well-grounded experts take a look at what happened and why perhaps they happened. Maybe this will inform us as 2021 develops further:
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- Category: Free Citizen
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For those of us who feel despair creeping upon us out of the fog of uncertainty, even potential treachery, that seeps (sometimes spews) daily from our newspapers TV and alt media, the temptation is to block it out, to seek refuge in inconsequential matters - hobbies, gardening, day-dreaming of holidays yet to come, chatting and gossiping about daily trivia, anything in fact except the contentious issues that in 2021 still insolently dare to face us down.
In truth switching off is a practical necessity every now and then, since nobody can contemplate the weight of the world's problems without an occasional measure of R&R. Switching off permanently however would be to surrender, to shirk our responsibility to counter the uncertainty and to defeat those who would grind our hopes to nothing and consign our aspirations to oblivion.
But how to contemplate those issues which so intimidate us, how to get a handle on an approach which may in time make an impact?
Brother Anthony, writing for Conservative Woman, reframes our mind and reorients our attitudes.
Keep his thoughts to hand, we will need each one.
- Category: Green
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Ice Age Farmer reports on the latest in the globalists' war on long-established farming custom and practice - how long before we begin to hear the same rumblings in the UK and Europe?
"a new bill proposed in Oregon would create a 'sanctuary state' for animals, radically transforming how animals are treated across the state"
"The language is all about eliminating 'animal abuse', which sounds good, right, but the subtlety is that all animal agriculture has been redefined as abusive ... all references to good husbandry practices are eliminated ..."
"livestock would have to die of natural causes before they could be sued for food production ..."
"this moving of the goal-posts for food production is happening across the board"
"nothing about this bill makes sense from a 'how do we feed our families' perspective"
- Category: Covid
- Hits: 124
Posted by UK Column on Tuesday 4th May.
"I think that a lot of people think that the NHS is in complete control of this, and actually don’t realise that under emergency measures, they are told what to do"
"I think the long-term safety effects of these injections is still not known, yet we can see that the short-term impact is huge. And we’re now moving into a territory where we are going into healthy, younger, fertile individuals, and — God forbid — children. And that, quite frankly, terrifies me"
"People with dry, cracking hands from the amount of hand-washing that they’re having to do; constant face mask wearing, causing huge skin problems; massive headaches; a lot of people off sick — and the pressure that is going into the system is huge"
"I feel like the fear has increased, because the propaganda and the news outlets and the pressure from the Government has increased. It’s almost like you’re seeing the fear and pressure increase at the same time. So, if you said to me, “How did people react in April last year versus how are people now?”, they’re much worse now in terms of their overall health, their mental wellbeing, and their fear levels"
"I’ve had very rational conversations with my peers and then we can sit down a couple of days later and that rational conversation has gone. And I’m having an irrational one that doesn’t make sense; it’s based on fear or emotions or something that’s changed"
"we heard the word ‘genocide’ from the lady on Wednesday. I don’t disagree with that statement. And it’s terrifying, and it saddens me, and the reason I’m staying where I am for now is to try and make a difference in whatever way I can, but — like she said, and I would absolutely agree with this — I want to see that judgment day. I will give evidence"
It is also deeply disturbing.
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