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  • Brian, We Want to Work with You as Mayor Because Your Heart is in the Right Place


    "Brian for Mayor" Rose is still taking the fight to the established two-party system - more power to his elbow!

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  • Are the Covid Variants All They're Cracked Up to Be?


    In recent months we have been treated in the press to a great deal of alarmist speculation about the many variants that have supposedly been tearing through our ranks with possibly (but nobody seems quite sure) disastrous effects just around the corner. We have had the Kent variant, the Brazilian, and others which unaccountably but no doubt momentarily slip my mind, and now an even more dreadful Breton variant which (gasp!) is reputed to even evade the PCR test (no, me neither).

    So it is with some relief that I read an article by Michael Yeadon and Marc Girardot which explores the mutability transmissibility and likely severity of these variants. They describe it very calmly within the perspective of the defence in depth which is a primary facet of our immune systems, and very reassuring (in my view) it turns out to be.

    "To date, no robust

  • It Is Time To Adopt A ‘Red Team’ Approach In Science


    The Global Warming narrative has monopolised government thinking for many years - the Global Warming Policy Forum adds its voice to those who (maybe prompted by the Covid situation?) would like the government to take advice from a wider team of scientists than the officially appointed team.

    The idea of the red team is that if the official scientific advisers are badged as the blue team, then we need some to form a red team to put the counter-arguments and counter-suggestions that would otherwise not be considered.

    This would have the benefit of disabling the one-sided sort of discussion (that appears to drive government policy currently) to the extent that the one-sided discussion could be better challenged before becoming government policy.

    Whilst this might be an improvement on the current situation, one has to ask who

  • Gov.uk - Covid Status Certification Review - Call for Evidence


    I make no comment on this review - I include it here as a public service for those who may be minded to respond.

  • Is the US Approaching the Precipice?


    For us the last year (Covid etc) has been unprecedented, for the USA the last four years of the Trump presidency, culminating in the hugely controversial 3rd November elections, have been unprecedented; and now the Biden presidency is the proverbial "icing on the cake" of unprecedentedness (if I may be permitted to invent a new word to mark the occasion).

    What next?!

    The current situation is clearly untenable - but will a resolution appear and if so how?

    Or will matters deteriorate yet further?

    How far will the American peoples let the slide into anarchic corporate fascism continue?

    The Epoch Times

  • Global Oligarchs Are Now Rehearsing For A ‘Cyber Pandemic’!


    These are strange times.

    What next after Covid-19?


    Or something else?

    For the avoidance of doubt, this article is a tongue-in-cheek speculation cool.

    Now, if WEF planning conventions are any guide, it could be a global cyber-storm, maybe "taking out" the current financial system, and ushering in another planned step towards the Great Reset . . .    or something along those lines. Or not.

    Cyber Polygon 2020 took place last July (didn't you notice?), and Cyber Polygon 2021 is reportedly planned for July this year.


  • Doctors, Scientists Write Urgent Open Letter Warning About COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Concerns


    We have consistently tried to publish concerns about the manner in which the Covid "pandemic" has been handled by both our government and others, but this letter to the European Medicines Agency demands answers to the pertinent questions (to which I suspect there will be no adequate answers).

    This is a letter to which anybody thinking of taking one of these vaccines should pay attention.

    The specific queries are couched in the appropriate scientific language, but the thrust of the questions is very plain - has there been  adequate safety testing to cover these dangers, and was the pandemic emergency over before "emergency" authorisation was given?

    The implications of inadequate answers are serious indeed - gross negligence at the best, criminal fraud at worst.

    Read the letter

  • The Eugenics / NWO Conspiracy Theory?


    OK, we are straying well outside the normal parameters of good taste by presenting this article, but if the facts fit . . .


    Let us review some key verifiable facts:

    • The Covid statistics depend on a PCR test that many (including the WHO) say can present excessive false positive results in a population which actually has few infections.

    • Governments around the world are demanding that ever more such tests are performed in the general population (kids in schools for example - kids who are not affected by Covid . . .  but "might be asymptomatic carriers" - despite the AMA
  • Web 3.0 - What Will the Intenet of the Future Feel Like?


    This topic is of great import to our future, as we can be sure that the World Wide Web will continue to develop, and if "Big Tech" (and these days we must add "Big Government") have their way it will be to their corporate advantage - and not necessarily to the advantage of "we the people".

    On the other hand, I'm guessing that most people might dismiss this topic as too technical, beyond imagination, and thus beyond comprehension. What can any individual person contribute to such a vast technological conundrum?

    Does it need to be so?

    These days it is very obvious that the internet is not only an information source, it is also used for political messaging, for buying and selling, for censoring of free speech, for "controlling the narrative", and for managing our finances, to name but a few current usages.

    If getting to grips with how we use it today is difficult enough, how

  • Follow the Teneo Trail, Join the Dots


    "Amazing Polly" is notable for the quality of her wide-ranging research into the movers and shakers who operate both in public and behind the scenes to shape the political world that we inhabit.

    Being Canadian, her primary focus is on North America, but this particular investigative exercise has trawled up a surprising (to me at any rate) number of names that we in the UK are very familiar with . . .

    As always, make up your own mind, draw your own conclusions (if any), but I think it worth watching:


  • What is Going on in the USA?


    Since the allegedly stolen presidential election on 3rd November, there has been much speculation on what will now happen, whether "President Biden" will rule the roost for the next four years, or whether something else will take place, and if so, what and when?

    Juan O Savin (a pseudonym) updates us with his views, or his propaganda...

    He seems to have a source or sources close to the main players, whoever they are . . .   but by the nature of these events this is messaging that may or may not be believed.

    This video link is from RDS's site phibetaiota.net.

    What to make of it?

    Your decision.

  • "Urgent Open Letter to the WHO and All Stakeholders Involved . . .@


    Well, inevitably this is yet another Covid article, but it does break some startling new ground.

    Geert Vanden Bossche PhD DVM, vaccine specialist of "world renown", "expert in vaccine R&D and early vaccine development", throws a proverbial grenade at the WHO and "all stakeholders involved":

    "One could only think of very few other strategies to achieve the same level of efficiency in turning a relatively harmless virus into a bioweapon of mass destruction"

    That just about sums it up, and as you can see he is not pulling any punches.

    Here is the article which rehearses his arguments.

    Here is the interview wherein he explains his position (it may take a while to start - Bitchute is worked very heavily

  • "It's All Coming Apart at the Seams . . ."


    State of the Nation summarises . . . the state of the World.

    If we are not worried by the current state of our nation, I suggest that we should be.

    If, despite the frantic rush to inoculate the whole population (including children, who are admitted to be of no discernible risk of the disease) with various unapproved (except for "emergency use") vaccines of novel technology, for a disease which almost exclusively kills only those with already compromised immune systems (the elderly, obese,

  • Covid? or Vitamin D Deficiency? How to Treat? Get the Low Down


    If you feel that the last thing you need is another article about Covid, then who can blame you?

    Nevertheless I feature this video presentation (whilst it escapes the Y T censors) because it's a short simple nuts and bolts explanation of the benefits of vitamin D, also Ivermectin as an early and safe treatment (and not merely for Covid), by a well qualified medical doctor.

    He also has some remarks to make about the drive for vaccination.


    The first 25 minutes only - the second half hour is all about US and Idaho politics . . .


    Like / Dislike this video here.

  • Raheem Kassam on the Never-Trumpers - Excellent


    Raheem Kassam, once aid to Nigel Farage on his 2016 visit to one DJ Trump, tells it like it is now:

    "the demoralisation effort is not working and will not work"


    Like / Dislike this video here.

    His message to the USA is pertinent in the UK also. Action is required of us.


  • ECLJ intervenes at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights


    The ECLJ intervenes as amicus curiae in this case pending before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

    The problem is not new - it is the long-standing tendency of the Open Society Foundations (George Soros to you and me) to be involved in funding judicial appointees who then participate in cases which are by no means unrelated to the policies of the Foundations, leading many to feel that the impartial judgement of the court may be compromised by a conflict of interest. The ECLJ has reported on similar situations in European courts.

    This is a well recognised age-old problem for which the very phrase "conflict of interest" was devised.

    The tradition in courts is of course for such persons to recuse

  • Daily Mail Ratchets up the Covid Fear


    With Covid deaths and cases dropping daily and spring making itself known throughout the realm, it seems that the powers behind the Media are trying to mitigate the risk of us getting uppity and wanting our lives back.

    The Daily Mail duly obliges with a preposterous propaganda piece assuring us that Covid may cause all categories of calamity should we dare to break any rule and catch it by mistake.

    You really couldn't make it up, but they have obviously tried very hard and managed it.

    So what is on this melancholy menu of mischief?

    Is there any part of us that this dreadful disease of dystopia cannot mess

  • LaRouchePAC In-Depth Classes


    Senator Lyndon LaRouche was a champion of the United States of freedom, as opposed to the United States as allegedly run by the British Empire of financial interests.

    This site already features linkson the Deep Dive menuto various aspects of this alleged Empire, but the LarouchePAC Classes review the origins of the "empire" and its impact on the USA through history to the present day, all in one convenient place.

    If you have the inclination and the time to spare, there is much to learn here, and these talks set the scene for much that is happening in US politics today.

    On the downside, I would remark that some of their lecturers, whilst very knowledgable, perhaps seem insufficiently prepared for

  • A Short (and Jolly!) History of Climate Predictions


    The Ice Age Cometh!

    Oh Wait! - Did we get that wrong?

    With such ever reliable luminaries as Al Gore and Greta Thunberg devoting their lives to this serious cause, it seems inconceivable that climate science should turn out at all wobbly, surely there is something wrong here?

    The Global Warming Policy Forum publish their (ever so slightly tongue in cheek) romp through the history of Climate Scares, from imminent (but ever-receding) Ice Age, to . . . .    well, I won't give the game away, you'll just have to download and read it for yourselfcool