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  • The View From Moscow


    Since no western media seems interested in what Mr Putin thinks, even though he has (by whatever means) achieved another incumbency as President of the Russian Federation, it must be appropriate to understand his views.

    If he is a friend (recognising that by some miracle we are not yet at war with Russia) then his views are important to us, and if he is an enemy, then "know thine enemy".

    Zero Hedge brings us up to date.



  • Catastrophic Confusion & Obsessive Covid Disorder


    It has taken 4 years to move from Obsessive Covid Disorder to a point where we may now perhaps indulge in some rational argument about what really happened in 2019-20, and how we might actually more sensibly work in the future.

    Leaving aside all the technical virological and counter-measures arguments, it is apparent that the situation management of early 2020 where "the science" met "the government" in a conflicting and fast-changing muddle of overthrown pandemic preparedness and panic (which saw much of the former somehow displaced by much of the latter), this contribution by the good folk at the Global Warming Policy Foundation is, if not completely timely, at least on target.

    What has Covid got to do with Global Warming? Both involve serious interaction between "government" and "science", so should be subject to a set ofcommon principles.

    The authors' primary contention is

  • Explosive? Is that Too Mild a Word?


    Once again Richard Vobes' channel challenges the integrity of the  "Establishment".

    From a little local malfeasance we are led right to the heart of government, and even beyond.

    "The only way now to move forward on this... we need to instil trust back into our government... how can we trust people to make decisions for us if they have a... personal financial motive... the system won't work"

    (That used to be recognised as a "conflict of interest", a situation seemingly now habitually honoured in the breach rather than the observance)

    You won't believe where else he says this goes.

    "I'm going to explain the things that I think need to happen... "

    "Wellundoubtedly this is the reason that there is the disparity between the rich and poor...

  • End of the Old, Start of the New?


    Undoubtedly - but which "Old" and which "New"?

    And will the "New" be an improvement on the disappearing "Old"?

    And importantly, who is to judge?

    I would also ask - did the "Old" actually exist? (Or did we merely perceive it to exist?)

    Many people today are having their perceptions shaken, on a scale from "not a lot" to "OMG!", to the extent that if we could, it might be useful to be able to grade the upset level on some sort of measurable scale, much like the Richter scale is used to indicate the force of an earthquake.

    And "earthquake" is an appropriate metaphor for occasions when our whole world-view is being inexorably revealed to be substantially the reverse of the truth.

    What we previously perceived was what "those behind the curtain" wished us to perceive, whereas what we are now beginning to perceive is the

  • "US's 'Silent Escape' from Ukraine"


    Col Macgregor - "we will leave the way we did when we left Vietnam".

    I think that says it all.

    (18 minutes)


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  • Scott Ritter - Hamas Made a Horrible Calculated Decision ...


    Scott Ritter brings us up to date on what he sees happening in Gaza, now and in the near future.

    "There will be no returning to the status quo once this war is over... "

    (28 minutes)


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  • The Impact of Energy


    A short but educational film on the impact of energy availability on human society.

    A useful but uncomplicated review of the basic principles and the relationship between energy and humanity down the ages.

    (14 minutes)


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  • The Religious Imperatives Behind the War in the Middle East


    The Gaza conflict is seen by many as intractable, but the source of that intractability is not necessarily prominent in our thinking.

    If we cannot understand it, then we will likely be blind-sided by developments. Stephen Gardner interviews Robert Spencer, "expert on Islam and Jihad".

    (NB since nobody these days seems to be truly independent of attachment to either side, as always we should take claims made here about this conflict with a pinch of salt - it's your viewpoint that counts)

    (24 minutes)


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  • When Technocrats Sunk Their Claws Into President Donald Trump And He Rolled Over

    Deep State on the Run? Fulford on Monday 4 March 2024


    Hold onto your hats!

    Ben's report this week points up a great deal of activity that does not augur well for the New World Order, AKA the Deep State, epitomised by the UN-WEF "partnership".

    "This ultimatum... comes in the wake of a comprehensive purge of high-level Khazarian Mafia leaders and military defeat in Ukraine"

    "... However, the battle is not over yet" 

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  • NATO's War on Russia, Germany Spills the Beans


    "Everyone involved is therefore aware that they are waging war against Russia, i.e. the NATO-Russia war is already a reality. This means that Russia is also entitled to attack NATO targets. The fact that the Russian government has not (yet) done so indicates once again that Russia is pursuing a de-escalating course, while the West is fully committed to escalation"

    Well, that just about sums it up - we are waging an undeclared war on Russia, and trying to hide behind Ukraine. Russia knows it and has known it for some time, but has tired of pretending that it doesn't know.

    The only reason we can now say that we know is that Russia herself has published the proof, hinting that she may also know a great deal more about NATO's war planning that she is keeping to herself - after all, why give away all her secrets to the enemy? 

    We do know that Russia has been far better prepared to defend herself in terms of battlefield logistics than NATO has been to

  • A Short History of Sweden, now Joined to NATO


  • Ukraine - Deal or No Deal?


    With talk of nuclear escalation much in the news these days, ZeroHedge reminds us that a Ukraine-Russia peace plan was reportedly substantially agreed within months of the initial Russian incursion, but that initial agreement was supposedly vetoed by Boris Johnson. Although what it had to do with him isn't at all obvious, it does tend to indicate that Ukraine is not its own master. 

    It doesn't say much for Boris Johnson either, although in fairness despite various reports to that effect, I have no proof of his involvement (but why wasn't he involved in facilitating a peace deal?).

    Add in widely reported US involvement in the 2014 Maidan revolution, and readers may draw their own conclusions.

    Since then, according to retired military experts Colonel Macgregor and Scott Ritter, "the West" has

  • Arab League Provides a History Lesson to the ICJ


    "... these are serious breaches of the right of self-determination, the prohibitions of racial discrimination and apartheid, and the right of return... "

    (26 minutes) 


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  • The True Voice of the Left: Yanis Varoufakis


    One of a very few people who are always worth listening to (especially when you disagree with them), Yanis is committed to "the left" rather than to those who merely profess to be of "the left". He isn't committed to just any "left", he is steadfastly committed to his "left", a right-thinking "left" (if that isn't an oxymoron) that is uncompromisingly founded on evidence, logic, and the benefit of the people.

    And Yanis certainly isn't afraid to do his own thinking - I suspect he found out years ago that he couldn't trust anyone to do his thinking for him - but he also explains himself clearly, coherently, and with conviction. 

    (70 minutes)


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  • "In El Salvadore, Globalism is Already Dead"


    President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele addresses CPAC after his recent re-election victory.

    "The next person into the United States must not only win an election, he must have the vision, the will and the courage to do whatever it takes"

    "... we have to remove corrupt judges and corrupt attorneys and prosecutors"

    (24 minutes)


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  • "Farmers are Sleepwalking into the Crisis"


    We haven't heard much from our farmers here in the UK, despite the fact that European farmers across the board contnue, shall we say, to make their displeasure known. 

    Richard Vobes sets out to remedy this situation.

    Some very interesting points are raised here - our farmers too have been psy-opped in ways that we might not suspect!

    "... the challenges for the general public are astronomical..."

    (61 minutes) 


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  • "We are Literally Funding the Chaos that We're Experiencing"


    Stephen Gardner is updated by Colonel Tony Shaffer on the latest geopolitics of the Middle East.

    Despite the title, this isn't really about Russia-Ukraine (that's been a done deal for a while).

    (26 minutes)

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  • The Shortage of Ukraine's Soldiers


    Neil Oliver reviews the endless Ukraine war and resulting shortages. From whence will more youths and young men people be found to man populate the front lines that must be defended, and the "initiatives" that will be required to be "hurled" at well-dug-in Russian defences in order to "throw them back" over the border? Ukraine has exhausted its stocks (and fired its C in C - was he saying too much truth too openly?).

    Russia has been preparing, learning, and training for these events for many months now.

    The UK & USA have been deploying little more than propaganda. When the chips fell for Nazi Germany, how did the propaganda fare against the trained Russian and allied troops in volume?


  • New Zealand Court Sees the Vaccine Mandate Light


    "The New Zealand Court of Appeal has ruled against the NZDF's Covid-19 vaccination mandate, citing breaches of rights"

    "New Zealand... has made a decent ruling where they decided the government did not use the least burdensome method by imposing vaccine mandates. The court was only asked to stop the mandates and it complied"

    Read all about it.