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  • Latest SitRep on the Ukraine War


    The war front has been, perhaps surprisingly, relatively static, but that doesn't mean that nothing has been going on.

    The Russians have no interest in incurring unnecessary casualties, and seem to be fighting the Ukrainians into the ground using superior firepower from a distance, a war of attrition. Once the Ukrainians run out of western supplies, the Russians will be able to move with relative impunity. The big question is how long that will take.

    (26 minutes)


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  • Government Strengthens Our Resilience Against Ever-Evolving Threats


    Oh good, is it going to boost our defences against an ever-more-authoritarian corporate surveillance state that knows no limits to its ever-more-expanding list of assumed powers that nobody requested?

    (6 minutes)


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  • Net Zero Clamp-Down Coming?


    So the UN's IPCC is stepping out into the fray once more, stating that:

    "An 80% global reduction in CO2 emissions is needed to limit warming to 1.5°C", 

    and quick off the mark, our doughty civil servants have

    "modelled a way to reach the target by 2042" including a "50% reduction in meat and dairy consumption, a 15% cut in air passenger levels compared with pre-pandemic levels, and the widespread acceptance of heat pumps in homes"

    not to mention the ever popular Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, insect-burgers, and fluoridation schemes to keep us all owning nothing and happy as Larry.

    And of course no mention that as the UK's emissions are already insignificant compared with the ever-growing emissions of India and China (to name but two), the whole exercise is completely pointless even on its own terms.


  • Fulford Weekly Report - Monday 20 March 2023


    If you want to know how the global revolution is going, this is the report for you.

    The pace of collapse is increasing, whilst the machinations of those who still would rule the world continue.

    Modest subscription required.


  • Down the Rabbit Hole and into the Underworld


    What lies behind the Epstein case?

    Why do allegations of ritual satanic abuse (whatever that is) keep arising, yet somehow never seem to lead to any convictions?

    Why do today's pop artists and artistes so often seem to feature themes of the devil?

    Most extraordinary of all perhaps - why did the official opening ceremony of the St Gotthard Tunnel feature such extraordinary scenes? One might have thought that on such an occasion a traditional Christian blessing by a suitably important local Bishop might have been more appropriate.

    Does this have any links to the current trends toward what many consider to be the transsexual perversion, the transgender agenda?

    I personally have no information, but I do detect a troubling undercurrent of increasingly in-your-face

  • Richard Vobes Interviewed Andrew Bridgen MP in January


    Following on from prior articles, this earlier interview from January 2023 is pertinent.

    (56 minutes)


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  • No Sense to be Found Anywhere


    As usual, Neil Oliver bucks the trend by speaking a great deal of sense.

    (12 minutes)


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  • So Who Was the Organ-Grinder?


    More follow-on in the wake of the Hancock WhatsApps is provided by Alex Starling, writing in the Daily Sceptic, who rightly identifies Hancock as a low-level player whose role was simply to do as he was told, not ask any difficult questions, and (one suspects) be rewarded by making quite a few essentially illegal bucks on the side via dubious procurement contracts.

    I find his analysis persuasive, and note with some satisfaction that he does indeed go beyond the simplistic but unsatisfactory notion of "incompetence" and asks the serious question: "Who was the organ-grinder" that issued Matt (directly or indirectly) his instructions?

    He is also kind to Chris Whitty, noting that "Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty advised government ministers

  • 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 UN from the Inside - What it's All About


    Many of us may have suspected this for some time, but suspicion is not evidence.

    Reiner Fuellmich here interviews Călin Georgescu from Romania, who has (almost) 18 years of experience in serving the UN.

    (11 minutes)


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  • A Light-Hearted Look at a Serious Topic


    Richard Vobes runs the gamut of presentational styles in a seamless skip around the many follies of Climate Change which I would defy anybody to rehearse!

    You may guess from the title that his approach is distinctly old-school!

    (18 minutes)


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  • Scott Ritter Explains the Ukraine War in the Context of Global Power Rivalries


    The war in the Ukraine has been dragging. It's now over one year old, and the protagonists are slugging it out in and around, over and possibly even under Bakhmut, to little apparent gain of territory.

    There are videos "out there" that profess to report on new Ukrainian offensives, and other videos that profess to report the state of play remaining massively in favour of Russia. 

    But there are few that set the Ukraine conflict in the perspective of the global power-play that has been taking place ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Experts on both matters are thin on the ground, but Col Macgregor and ex-weapons inspector Scott Ritter are both well informed and convincing.

    In this video Scott Ritter brings us up to date on how he sees the Ukraine war from the perspectives of (a) boots on the ground (b) supply logistics (c) Nato politics and the provision of more munitions and weapons to Zelenskyy (d) the US politics of the Pentagon and (e) the

  • A Discourse on Living Within the Mafia State


    Martin Geddes reviews the state of life in Britain under the depredations of the unconstitutional state officials, that further their ambitions by controlling our perceptions rather than by implementing our constitutional rights.

    "the craven adherence to rules over conscience is how evil spreads and scales"

    "So far no council has been able to prove a lawful obligation to pay; they cannot, since it is debt slavery"

    "... in practise we have been ensnared and enslaved via legalese and administrative law, which treats us as commercial vessels rather than living and breathing creatures"

    "This was done on health and safety grounds, with zero evidence being offered, despite the law demanding evidence in order to prevent exactly this kind of arbitrary exercise of power"

    "It is increasingly commonplace for the state to steal our

  • Brexit On Course for Reversal?


    We made a brief comment previously on the Sunak Northern Ireland Protocol agreement (the "WIndsor" agreement) but now we have a rather ore complete assessment of what it means, courtesy of Global Britain. No, it isn't good news for our future independence, but is that what you were expecting?

    "There was a break in Johnson’s deal, imperfect as that was. We had the legal right to rip it up. Now Sunak’s deal cannot easily be broken as the EU authority over Northern Ireland and critically the sole authority of its Court of Justice will be embedded in international law"

    So one of the major safeguards for our independence has been cut away, leaving the way open for as much future harassment as the EU sees fit to

  • White Teenage Boy? You're a Problem!


    Teenagers have always had a problem with society's expectations of their interactions with the opposite sex. So it's no surprise if that tradition still lingers, although perhaps it is a disappointment that expectations seem to have become more extreme, perhaps in particular for white indigenous Brits.

    "This moral shift has been encouraged by social media and an expansive higher education sector that delights in tearing down the old order. Things we once took for granted are merely ‘constructed’ – and anyone who disagrees is a misogynistic privilege-hoarder"

    Sounds a bit extreme doesn't it? But in a world where pre-pubescent kids are expected to attend "Drag Queen Story Hours" it may be that our teenagers are actually getting off lightly.

    As far as I can see it's the usual gaslighting technique - encourage them by a constant barrage of LGBTQ+ sexual propaganda and then trip them up over trivial or imagined minor misdemeanours that will only add

  • World Web of Global Censorship


    The ever-expanding web of NGOs that make it their business to poke their noses into everybody's opinions to check their thinking (and if required cancel their legal communications) comes in for some necessary analysis in the Daily Sceptic.

    Of course it has to be a self-important "Institute", in this case the portentous-sounding "Institute for Strategic Dialogue" of which I'm guessing very few have ever heard. 

    "The ISD alone spends over £5 million per year and, at this stage, it is likely that tens of millions of pounds have been invested by such groups into developing tools to identify political dissent in the U.K. and other countries"

    Which brings us back to the subject of finance - where do all these millions spent by such organisations come from?

    "In order to illuminate these nefarious connections, we developed a simple network map for the ISD, where the links between the ISD and others

  • Greens Knocked Back by Dutch Electorate


    "Caroline van der Plas’s Farmers-Citizen Movement (BBB) is projected to become the equal largest party in the senate, taking 15 seats from none before the vote"

    "The BBB’s victory means the farmers can form alliances with other parties in the senate and block green legislation"

    The control matrix is glitching.

    The Daily Sceptic reports.


  • The Real Bail-Out of Silicon Valley and Signature Banks' Customers


    So the Fed has guaranteed the deposits of customers of these banks - isn't that a rare win for the small guy?

    Well, I suppose it depends on how many "small guys" banked with these banks.

    Alex Berenson delves into the detail to find who benefits and who ultimately pays.

    Worth reading.


  • Achilles Heel of the Western Financial System


    Many people are aware that banks cannot survive a bank run - an event where too many customers decide that they want their money out please. If the bank doesn't have enough cash-in-hand to pay them then they can only close their doors, making the problem obvious to everybody. Trust in that bank implodes and then everybody wants their cash out.

    The question of course is - what is it that prompts the original few to start withdrawing their money and kicking off the process? A mere rumour may be enough.

    Another means by which a bank may be caught short is the "complex financial instrument" (good wording: "complex" implies that it's way beyond our simple minds to understand, so please leave it to the experts) - otherwise called a "derivative" - an agreement that in theory will hedge your risk against some unforeseen event that would otherwise cost you a great deal of money. Banks make good money selling this form of insurance whilst such events do not occur, and so with blithe insouciance create an

  • 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.