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The Tavistock conspiracy theory isn't new, but some think it is closely interwoven into the fabric of the last century...
Is it true? If you can stand the awful and intrusive (yes I'm showing my age here) tinkly muzak which "graces" this video, watch and make up your own mind...
Klaus is said to be on record as voicing his disappointment in Vladimir Putin (reportedly once one of his Young Global Leaders).
Not to be outdone perhaps, the Russian President has been effective in encouraging a global alliance of BRICS countries as an alternative to the petro-dollar-founded pre-eminence of the western anglo-sphere, and is now upping the ante by declaring Klaus a "global terrorist" and "legitimate military target" - maybe the war on terror cuts both ways?
This is going to be controversial!
I have no idea whether the ideas put forward in this tall tale are correct or incorrect - but I do give credence to the general idea that the modern medical industrial complex has seriously lost its way (assuming that it is motivated to support our health well-being and active life-span).
Some now consider that parasites are the cause of a number of our human health problems, but whilst there is widespread acknowledgement that animal parasites do infect our pets and livestock, there may be some disagreement on the existence and extent of modern human parasites. For my part I would ask why humans should be any different from animals in this regard?
This presentation from the Global Sciences Congress 1997 (Tampa) presents the case for human parasites and what to do about them.
So what is it with AI? Will it rule the world?
What are its limitations?
Will it take my job?
Well, maybe it depends...
Maybe it won't do my job any time soon, but listen up, and form your own conclusions.
I think you will just have to watch this and come to your own conclusion...
And by way of comparison for strictly educational purposes:
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With faith in the world's financial systems (and the bankers in control of it all) possibly approaching a long-time low, the much-speculated financial crash is thought by many to be incoming, sooner or later.
Obviously these days, money in the shape of currency is what makes the world go round. Any widespread disappearance of the purchasing power that it represents would be catastrophic for consumers, producers, retailers, farmers and everybody else (even if some of the more cynical may expect the bankers to look after both themselves and their politicians).
So as the smallest cogs in the monetary system, the ordinary people, may be wise to consider how they might guard against the eventuality of a serious financial crash. The supermarkets and world supply chains are obviously also thinking about it, but they have other financial tools available to them and are outside scope of this article.
Personally this interviewee strikes me as quite impressive and...
At the risk of boring everybody into moving rapidly on to another topic, the Daily Sceptic investigates the discordant clash of messaging emanating from the panjandrums at the WHO, who appear to be negotiating a binding global treaty that would enable them to (a) declare a global health emergency à propos of whatever may enter the DG's head at the time (b) take control of every country's response to the said global health emergency and (c) dictate both medical and non-medical interventions to be imposed on their populations, all the while assuring us that this involves no loss of sovereignty for any individual country.
Whilst the above may make perfect sense to any panjandrum that wants to take over the world, to the man in the street such as myself there do appear to be some obvious discontinuities in the logic here.
Of course the perceived discontinuity may depend upon the motivation - if you are indeed a panjandrum intent on taking over the world then there is no logical discontinuity because (a)...
Introduced by Ivor Cummins, this presentation (English subtitles) presents the facts about the management of the Covid situation in Germany (not dissimilar to the way that the UK authorities managed it).
"Usually the government's power is limited by the courts the media and science"
"... citizens' fundamental rights had not been taken away, but could no longer be exercised... "
For clarity of exposition and relevance of content, not to mention brevity, he reminds us of all the right points.
"The undeclared civil war in the US is headed for a showdown that will involve lots of nighttime shootouts"
"The next phase of the plan... is the extermination"
There's a lot to unpack this week, mostly implying that the various flash-points are all coming back to a boil, as far as they are enabled.
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Remember - believe what you will.
The NHS is lauded by many as our "national treasure" - much like the BBC really - and set up for ostensibly laudable reasons. Who would not want competent but expensive medical treatment free at the point of use?
But did the NHS deliver?
Well, here we are in 2023 and those on waiting lists may feel that promise rapidly receding over the future horizon.
How far has the rot set in?
"... it saddled the NHS with a toxic burden of debt... "
Ah, debt... the cause of all modern ills it would seem. Who created that debt?
"... the Health and Social Care Act... in effect in law abolished the NHS... removed the duty of the Secretary of State to provide health care" (see also the...
Mike Yeadon has been outspoken about the Covid deception from the beginning. He explains some devastating conclusions which many still have a problem recognising.
For my own part, like many others, I came to much the same conclusions over much the same timescale from checking out the published statistics, and although I couldn't draw the same detailed analysis of the pharmacology, it was clear that this was a global hoax of a pandemic and not for good or acceptable purposes. Censorship of conflicting opinions is expensive, and not applied on that scale unless there is something that absolutely has to be hidden.
This is a presentation that everyone should see, mark, and understand as if lives will depend on it - the sad truth is that they will.
Martin Geddes (yes, him again) expands the scope of his reporting, this time to relate a depressing story of power withheld, and indeed justice withheld.
We have been following his battles over the TV licence fee and the supposed obligation to pay Council Tax, but this is a new twist; although I guess we shouldn't be surprised that there are other allegedly legal obligations that are conflicted in similar manner.
Happily he hasn't sought to take on this battle himself, but reports on another's quest to maintain power supply to his home with a supplier of his choice.
"It is a genuine scandal, and forms part of a much bigger scandal of how power companies treat us like serfs and ignore the law with impunity"
"This is the critical point: NONE of these entities had any power to act whatsoever"
With COP28 rattling along in the UAE, there are three stories to entertain you today.
As with all things "Climate", none of them reflect anything new, it's the same culprits playing the interminably same old same old that we always hear from these gatherings, that we have come to accept as inevitable, that being relatively sane people we have come to ignore and filter out of our attention-space as deluded and irrelevant to real life.
Unfortunately for that response, the fact that we don't take any interest in climate catastrophisers doesn't mean that they don't take any interest in us.
Unsurprisingly their messages prompt much the same sort of "heard-it-all-before" rebuttals from those "climate-deniers" that can still be bothered to keep up, although this year the COP28 President, no less, did chuck in an attention-grabbing assertion that there is no science behind their relentless push to reduce the use of fossil fuels before our world...
Party Politics is broken. Vote for a candidate, get a political party.
Who does the Party work for? Follow the money...
It's now very clear that in fact they all work for the WEF.
Does the WEF have any democratic credentials whatsoever? No, it is all about the greatest centralisation of power ever in human history. If democracy means anything, it has to mean devolving powers to the lowest possible level, to the proverbial man in the street.
And we should ask ourselves some very unfamiliar questions... like:
Why do we need a government?
What does it need to do?
Can it be simplified? (You bet!!)
So how can we mend our political system? We have to elect independent candidates.
That does several things:
"On 4th December 2023 UK MP Andrew Bridgen was joined in a special parliamentary meeting by Dr David E. Martin, Dr Robert Malone, Dr Ryan Cole, Dr Pierre Kory, Professor Angus Dalgleish and Steve Kirsch who gave their testimony on the Pandemic & its consequences"
"...no live streaming or official recording of the event was allowed"
"Two video presentations by Dr Peter McCullough and Dr Mike Yeadon were due to be shown, but unfortunate technical issues prevented this happening"
Dr Yeadon's presentation is a model of clarity and carries possibly the most sobering message imaginable.
Watch Mike Yeadon's presentation, as remastered with rolling captions and hopefully without technical issues, here
The Fulford report this Monday is amazing - "behind the scenes" information dropped on multiple fronts that make you laugh and cry, or make you exclaim "I didn't know that!".
Is it all the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth? I've no idea, but it's good entertainment, and you won't find any of it on the Beeb.
"The world is undergoing the biggest changes in centuries if not millennia"
"We will have to wait and see if all this comes to pass but, in my decades of reporting, I have never heard so many aggressive statements from so many different and senior sources"
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Is Ireland trailblazing the shape of things to come in the EU (& UK once David Cameron has taken us back in)?
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Many may view COP28 as a sideshow, taking place as it does in the UAE which many of us may struggle to pinpoint on a map of the Middle East.
Nevertheless as a sideshow it must rank right up there with the main shows, boasting as has been variously reported either 70 thousand perhaps 97 thousand "delegates" and possibly an influx of around 140 thousand persons altogether. And no, they didn't come by bicycle.
The COPs are, as my learned readers will know, charged to work out the practical steps necessary to achieve the Net Zero objectives as set by the luminaries at the UN-WEF "partnership" and their many "stakeholders". Nevertheless, the politicians being much in evidence, the primary discussions reported seem to be centring around the language to be used in that awkward final communiqué - should they talk of phasing fossil fuels "out" or phasing them...
Not to try to scare anyone, but the US Dollar (and therefore likely the global financial system), undermined by many years of money-printing, is seemingly facing collapse and some sort of financial reset. Oil-producing nations are moving away from selling their oil in dollars, and with windmills and solar not yet (some think not ever) independent and reliable providers of power, our economies may be more fragile than they have ever been.
What are likely to disrupt our supply chains? Wars and financial chaos.
Wars are in the news. How close are we to financial chaos? My guess is that nobody in authority will admit to that, so advance warning is not going to be forthcoming from them. So we must find our information where we can, but as time and tide move on and wait for no man, the inflexion point certainly draws nearer every day.
Maybe if you haven't thought about it yet, now would be a good time.
Like it or not, the US of A is still a force to be reckoned with, if only because of the myriad international connections that it has over recent centuries forged, for good or for ill, all around the globe, not least under Trump.
Unlike the British, who since the "end of Empire" have been seen as a bunch of losers to be subsumed into the Empire of the EU by any means possible.
LaRouchePAC have added to today's uncertain geopolitical climate with the bold assertion that in fact much of the activities of the American leadership (excluding Trump) have been directed from... wait for it... London.
That if true would certainly give the lie to the notion that the UK lacks influence these days. Perhaps it counts as the UK's oft-vaunted "soft power"? Of course, just like America, the UK is not a monolithic entity but a wide collection of factions...
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