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  • Sir Christopher Chope Excoriates the Government


    In a very parliamentary performance before a packed almost empty chamber, Sir Christopher addresses perhaps the most significant, most divisive and potentially devastating (for politicians) and sadly only too devastating (for the victims) topic that parliament as a whole clearly prefers not to face - almost matching the level of non-attendance that Andrew Bridgen inspired when he recently drew attention to statistics indicating the true nature of the "protection" afforded by the latest booster jabs. 

    Sir Christopher was highlighting the need to overhaul and make functional the compensation scheme for the vaccine-damaged. 

    That most of these victims have suffered from the Covid jabs is unsurprising given (a) the high numbers of the jabbed (b) the numbers who have received multiple jabs and (c) the novel nature of the

  • When is GMO not GMO? When it's a "Precision Bred Organism"


    The Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Act 2023 is now law in the UK.

    Following a public consultation from 7 January to 17 March 2021 (Covid notwithstanding), the government has published its response, plus a summary of the responses received (download).

    "Defra’s view is that organisms produced by GE or by other genetic technologies should not be regulated as GMOs if they could have been produced by traditional breeding methods"


    But who is to answer this significant "if"

  • Bird Flu - Exterminate, or Rebuild on the Survivors?


    One hears many rumblings in the media about bird flu and poultry shortages, but of course there's never a problem that government intervention cannot make immeasurably worse "for our safety".

    Even if government did nothing, poultry farms would individually try differing approaches and those that hit upon the right methodology would subsequently prosper, whilst the remainder would be asking them "what did you do right?". Before long everyone would be doing right.

    Government stepping in simply ensures that everyone does it wrong, and cannot subsequently learn from those that did it right.

    (So it is with all top-down centralised control, whether we are talking chickens, beef, motorised transport, film making, pandemics, news media, religion, or monetary madness. The host of individuals operating collectively by their own individual free association, free speech, and free will and judgement is inherently superior to central diktat, since it enables all sorts

  • Injured by the Vax? You Can Still Sue


    Yes, "our" government has of course given the pharmaceutical companies indemnity from prosecution (how is that in our interests? I only ask because I would like to know) but that doesn't necessarily preclude those injured from suing for additional losses over and above the standard one-size-fits-all government-stipulated limit of £120K.

    The Daily Sceptic reminds us of this point, and notes that victims of the Astrazeneca jab are indeed mounting legal action against the pharmaceutical company for damages above that limit.

    "Lawyers representing the group, who are pursuing personal injury compensation in addition to a Vaccine Damage Payments Scheme claim, argue that the AstraZeneca vaccine was 'not as safe as the public were entitled to expect' and that the case is not about finding fault 'but about the reasonable expectation of safety'. They claim people were provided with a false picture of safety and efficacy and expect the number joining the lawsuit to increase."


  • MPs Linked to Drug Firms?


    This Guardian article from June 2021 may or may not have relevance to the behaviour of our MPs in Parliament at Andrew Bridgen's recent Friday 17th debate on the safety and efficacy of the Covid booster shots.

    “In the context of health-related APPGs, payments from the pharmaceutical industry represent institutional conflicts of interest as they create circumstances where the primary interest, policymaking in the interests of public health, is at risk of being unduly influenced by the secondary interest, the pharmaceutical industry’s goal of maximising profits”

    Either way, it does highlight the potential for conflicts of interest which some suspect pervade every nook and cranny of "our" governmental and medical regulatory and health delivery complex.


  • Problem - Reaction - Solution



    Andrew Bridgen MP addresses an empty House:

    (24 minutes)


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    Reaction - Solution

    Richard Vobes ruminates on the latest situation:

    (21 minutes)


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  • The Transgender Truths that We Need to Know


    Trans man Scott Nugent explodes the myths and the truths behind the transgender movement, particularly the campaigns to persuade kids that changing their gender is a good idea.

    Everybody should watch this twitter video, but be warned - it isn't for the faint of heart.

    But it is unmissable.

  • "Euthanasia Violates Fundamental Rights"


    No ifs, no buts, according to the ECLJ. 

    "This principle was reaffirmed in the aftermath of World War II, after doctors were convicted at Nuremberg for euthanizing disabled people. This principle does not provide for any exceptions to euthanasia"

    "The decriminalization of euthanasia is not only a systematic violation of human rights, but also an extremely serious cultural and legal regression"

    They point out the European Convention on Human Rights (Article 2): "No one shall be deprived of his life intentionally".

    The ECLJ is mounting a campaign to  remind the UN of its responsibility to support the right to life, especially for the vulnerable, the elderly, and/or the disabled.

  • The UK Has a Third World Medical System?


    Ukrainian refugees (it is reported) will fly back to the Ukraine for medical attention. Rather than face the NHS dinosaur, they prefer to face the risk from Russian missiles.

    For a country fighting the foe of all foes, that seems remarkably insouciant, even in places removed from the Eastern Front.

    I wonder if we Brits could do that ..?

    After all, if you are potentially facing a life-threatening problem, you might decide that the risk (and cost) is worth it.


  • After 5G - What May 6G Look Like?


    Courtesy of Technocracy News and Trends, this is a perhaps long overdue exploration of the nature of 5G and how 6G may have to perform in order to take a market position that justifies its expense.

    6G is supposedly 100GHz and higher - yet 5G mostly remains below 6GHz as currently rolled out, although the specified range is up to 100GHz - and bear in mind that domestic wi-fi routers today work at the 2.4GHz and 5GHz ranges.

    So 5G mobile telephony isn't currently much of a leap forward, although it does require many more base stations down your street for the higher wavebands (in the tens of GHz ranges) not yet copiously rolled out.

    The power requirements for 6G will also be an order of magnitude higher than the current 5G as rolled out today - the higher the carrier frequency, the greater the power transmitted (and the more careful of safety concerns we need to be - not that anybody "in charge" seems to have paid any attention to safety matters so

  • Largest Pyramid is in ...


    ... Egypt Bosnia?

    If you are interested in our ancient history, then this is for you.

    And just as in Egypt, water seems to play a major part in the pyramid's operation.

    What is that operation?

    The hypothesis put forward will take your breath away - and does it have parallels with the Thunderbolts project?

    And that's just the start...

    What are the implications for our health? More than you might

  • True Health Requires Lung Health


    As an asthmatic, this video is of great interest to me, but great lung function is a prerequisite to anybody's good health, not to mention fitness.

    And it's true that asthma is not an incurable disease (unless you were my doctor - I made great strides by ignoring his advice and doing what ever I could think of to improve my immune system).

    And in these stressful times, a simple breathing technique that reduces stress is a useful skill - and there's a great deal more in this video than breath-work.


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    An Artificial Market for Artificial Foods - Why?


    Was anybody clamouring for artificial food, lab-grown meat, ground insect flours, vege-burgers etc etc

    Should we be concerned?

    Who is investing in it?

    Who is producing it?

    Who is regulating it?

    More to the point, who is buying and eating it? And do they know it?

    (46 minutes)



  • CDC Cannot Substantiate Safety of Aluminium Adjuvants


    Given that the UK appears to routinely rubber-stamp the American health regulatory agencies, this should be of concern to us all.

  • CDC Cannot Substantiate Safety of Covid Boosters


    Given that the UK appears to routinely rubber-stamp the American health regulatory agencies, this should be of concern to us all.

  • Excess Deaths - Parliamentary Non-Answers and More


    "How can the Chef Medical Officer get this wrong?"

    and more...

    (12 minutes)


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  • Covid - Climate Change - Propaganda


    The Daily Sceptic Newsletter today highlights some pertinent pieces that neatly skewer the most egregious canards of our time.

    Is there nothing that the powers that be get right?

    I won't comment on them individually, because in truth there is nothing very new to say (and it would take too long), but taken as a whole they do make one wonder if there is today any matter the news / government propose that doesn't warrant the greatest possible level of scrutiny and distrust.

    One might think it an exaggeration to say that "they have lied to us about everything" but... is it really?

    It's your judgement that counts. Not the government's. Not the NHS's. Not the WHO's. Not the UN-WEF partnership's.

  • What is Government For?


    Richard Vobes, interviewer par excellence, talks with William Keyte, for a third time.

    This time it's about why we have government, what "government" should really be for, and why we are in our current situation.

    As always, well worth your time, particularly because if we are ever going to get out from under an abusive style of government, then we as "the people" will need to understand how we got here and work out how we get the change that we want. If ever we can decide what we really do want.

    And surely that is exactly the problem - people have become so accustomed to the way things are that somehow we will have to educate ourselves about how we got to where we are now, before we can work out how we will change society to get to where we really want to be.

    And Richard would seem to be as close to the right man for the job as we are likely to find anywhere. Does he realise just how important he

  • The "Pfizer Defence"


    Sasha Latypova delivers 25 minutes on the results of her investigations into who exactly was pulling the strings of the warp-speed vaccines, and how it went.

    We have noted her work previously, but it is worth repeating as she reveals processes methods and controlling interests hugely at variance with our reasonable expectations.

    At 24:25: Pfizer's declaration in court: "We did not defraud the government. We delivered the fraud that the government ordered"

    (25 minutes)



  • If You Live Life to Excess, Is This What You Get?


    Maybe it is.

    Certainly something is going on here, although living life to excess in the wake of the Covid pandemic doesn't immediately strike one as likely.

    Richard Vobes treads the line between perception, interpretation, reasonableness, and platform guidelines:

    (9 minutes)


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