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  • Totalitarian Tip-toe - UK Economics Progressing to Schedule


    "Boris Johnson's Tories cornerstone policy is right out of Orwell's 1984: Oligarchical Collectivism"

    "Economic plunder"... "Woke Wash" - accessible economics from Mitch Feierstein talking to Renegade Inc / RT:


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  • Signs of the Times in Europe


    Demonstrations around Europe - Germany outlaws demos - "The German judges said the protests should be banned because they would facilitate the spread of COVID-19".

    More protests in France Italy Switzerland and Malaysia.

    Read the Epoch Times story.

  • Soliloquy to Freedom!


    This man says it so simply, I am superfluous:


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  • Recruiting Now to Work in the Jabbatoirs for Our Kids


    Fancy a career in the "health" industry?

    Lots of advertisements for "School Immunisation Health Professionals" all over the country, so there's sure to be one near you.

    "We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic Health Professionals to deliver the school aged immunisation programme... "

    Good salary!

    Don''t delay, apply today!

  • Migration Watch Press Release - 90% of Population Growth Driven by Immigration


    Migration was a key issue of the Brexit debate, and now that Brexit is, if not finalized, at least acknowledged by the world's governments, our government is now responsible for the control of immigration.

    As the increasing flow of would-be immigrants in inflatable boats crossing the Channel, kindly shepherded by the French Navy and British Border Force, attests, they don't seem to be making a very good job of it.

    Of course the cross-channel flow of illegal immigrants is simply the most visible manifestation of the problem and many suspect that government incompetence may not be the only factor at work here.

    Migration Watch has made it their business to crunch the numbers and come to some conclusions.


  • Matt Ehret talks the Roots of the Great Reset Agenda with Reiner Fuellmich


    Matt Ehret is somebody we have featured before, as is Dr Fuellmich - so here we have two very accomplished and articulate people - the historian in conversation with the lawyer.

    "100 years to flatten the curve"


  • Dr Fuellmich's Speech in Trafalgar Square - 24 July


    The sound isn't perfect but this is perfectly comprehensible.

    "This is humanity vs. inhumanity"

    Watch on Odysee.

  • The Simple Techniques that Change History


    The big secrets - the little secrets - your secrets. It's up to you.



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  • Why Isn’t It “All Over Bar the Shouting”? Why Aren’t We Back to Normal Yet?


    The Daily Sceptic gives voice to the many who now want to know what our government is still waiting for before declaring the pandemic closed.

    As they remark, 

    "But why isn’t it over? Now that we have developed our vaccines and delivered them to the vulnerable, reducing (we hope) their risk of death, what more are we waiting for? What now is to be gained from perpetuating the state of emergency? That the Deputy CMO thinks it “quite possible” the winter will be “bumpy” is no reason at all to continue doing anything that we didn’t do in 2019. What winter isn’t bumpy?"

    Below are the hospital admissions for Public Health England rates per 100K up to week 29, taken from their Week 30 Report:

  • A Mum's View from North of the Border


    What  turned this "middle class Mum" into an "anarchist"?

    I suppose we might quibble with the word "anarchist". It implies accepting a level of violence and chaos in order to overthrow the status quo, but that seems not to fairly represent where she is now. Of course, nobody can predict the future.

    This is a well-turned piece by a well-reasoned lady, and she struck me as very peaceful and level-headed and not at all anarchic.

    I suspect she speaks for a multitude.

    See what you think.

  • Ask not for Whom the Bell Pings - It Pings for Thee, Pandemic!


    Today's excursion around the news outlets, so valiantly undertaken in Independence Daily by the indefatigable Viv Evans, pulls relentlessly at the various loose threads that threaten to unravel the whole casedemic.

    Carefully crafted by SAGE and their accomplices in the medical establishments, the whole house of cards is in serious trouble.

    Not to be outdone, The Daily Sceptic highlights the failure of the SAGE models ever to come anywhere near to the reality that they so assuredly predict.

    "Yet the modellers don’t

  • Sir Graham Brady Tells his Truth about Masks!


    Reality seems to be leaking slowly into the Parliamentary psyche . . . 

    Sir Graham Brady has written a piece for the Daily Mail:

    "I believe the real purpose of masks is social control - it's time to turn down the fear dial"

    "When I asked a Health Minister in the Commons how she could justify banning healthy activities such as golf, tennis or bowls, she actually replied that while those activities were indeed safe, if we ‘let people do those things, they might think they can do other things too’"

  • Briefings on the Proposed New NI Protocol


    Briefings for Britain report that Lord Frost is going to give the protocol pot a good stirring.

    Apparently this momentous news has made little impact, even though it creates radical simplification of the customs border down the Irish Sea.

    Will the EU nod it through?

    Or is everybody of note on holiday and haven't yet assimilated the proposals?

    We await developments.


  • GWPF condemns Boris Johnson’s plan for new “subsidies for the rich”


    The GWPF (Global Warming Policy Forum) notes the government plans for raising the costs of power in order to pay for EV charging stations.

    The point about the switch from coal to oil was two-fold - convenience (oil didn't have to be shovelled) and energy density (you could go further on the same weight of oil) thus minimising the cost of carrying the stuff when used to power transport.

    It's true that oil required the additional step of refining to produce a relatively clean fuel, but that cost was worth it. 

    Government subsidies to persuade people to make the switch were simply not required.

    Electricity has been around for a very long time, however is still tricky to store. It isn't available from wells and mines, it has to be generated at point of use, or transmitted via power lines. So it made perfect sense for railways trams and trolley-buses and powering static homes off a fixed grid, and was widely

  • Resistance GB Reporter "Arrested" in Parliament Square


    Monday 19th July - "freedom day" - "Willsy" was "arrested" by the Metropolitan Police in Parliament Square.

    These two videos present:

    (a) the "arrest" (I'm putting this word in quotes because it appears that correct procedures may not have been followed) 


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    (b) the testimony of the person arrested


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  • CDC TO Withdraw its RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel


    "... the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2 only"

    "CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses"

    Read the full announcement.

    Of itself this would not invalidate the RT-PCT test technique (although there are many who consider it unsuitable, especially at higher amplification cycles), but it does affect the assay used by the test to identify the target molecular sequences to be amplified.

    This announcement seems carefully phrased but the implication is clear enough. 

  • "Patented Genocide"?


    This video needs no comment from me - you must form your own judgement.

    Dr Reiner Fuellmich has also interviewed Dr David Martin for his legal investigation into the Covid "pandemic".

  • Climate Change - Are We On the Brink (Once More)?


    The GWPF (Global Warming Policy Forum) in their 23 July newsletter reminds us of a number of issues, and we are indeed approaching the brink of another UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, COP26 to be held in Glasgow from 31st October. It will be interesting to see how many luminaries come jetting in for the occasion - let us hope that Covid restrictions will not put too much of a dampener on the attendances.

    On the other hand the GWPF finds little sign of the much foretold incoming climate disaster in current news, although it must be said that recent adverse weather events including severe flooding in Europe (not seasonal) and China (seasonal), and heatwaves and wildfires along the Pacific coast of North America and Canada

  • House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee Speaks


    We do not as a rule involve ourselves in matters mundane but the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee in their recent report highlights the dangers inherent in the relationship between the Bank of England (which prints the money) and the Treasury (which spends it). 

    Now this print-to-spend arrangement is not supposed to exist, but their Lordships found that it is "widely perceived" that the amount printed seems to be tracking the amount spent.

    "The Bank of England has become addicted to quantitative easing. It appears to be its answer to all the country’s economic problems and by the end of 2021, the Bank will own an eye-watering £875bn of Government bonds and £20bn in corporate bonds"

    "The Bank does not publish sufficient information on QE for the public and Parliament to hold it to account for its decisions"

    "The Chancellor refused the Committee’s requests for him to

  • World View from a Financial Technical Analyst


    Clive Maund is a financial adviser who charges for his services, but he also make some articles available on a free-of-charge basis as a public service.

    His views are, we may suppose, well-formed from his in-depth understanding of the financial universe, and as the financial aspects of the "pandemic" are not inconsiderable (to say the least) we should perhaps take note of what he has to say.

    However, don't imagine that this is a dry analysis of the financial implications only - Clive regards the financials as only one aspect of the overall situation, an aspect which can only be properly understood within the context of the whole, warts and all.

    So today I offer you his latest reflections on where the world is going (and what that may mean for our finances, families, health faith and freedom).

    This is not to say that I