Tip - If you are using a phone, set the "Desktop Site" option in your browser   

  • But It's to Save the Planet!


    The CCC (the Government's Climate Change Committee) has a problem.

    It is legally obliged to solve an intractable issue.

    Nuclear takes too long to implement, "renewables" are too intermittent, and everything else creates CO2 which cannot be released. So what to do with it?

    Carbon capture is a safe political solution in so far as it has always been assumed that new technologies will be invented to solve the problem of sequestration. By extending this assumption, nobody need look too closely at the implications, so "job done" for today.

    However, time waits for neither man nor novel technologies, so the CCC has had to do a bit more assumption-wangling to make it look like it has some plausible solution that could solve this tricky situation.

    Essentially, by compressing this terrible CO2 to a sufficient degree, it can be pumped underground into

  • Posthumanism Fast Approaching ...


    Does anybody really understand AI?  Doubtful.

    Is AI really exemplified by the AI apps that have so far been released by the Googles and Microsofts of this world for the public to play with?  Very Doubtful.

    Are "they" really planning to build an internet of AI that can monitor and control, even generate,  everything we can see and everything we can upload, even (eventually) everything we can think? Tick.

    Isn't that insanely technically challenging and probably untestable?  Tick.

    And could it work?  Maybe, in parts...

    So it will take them for ever to get it to that point? Probably.

    So we have time...  Sorry, Nope.

    The truth is that it wouldn't matter to

  • If You Are Still Hesitating to Give Your Kid the Shot ...


    It's been a while now since Covid hit the world, so if you are in the minority who still wonder whether you shouldn't just get on with it and take your child to the medics to get the protection on offer, then this quick read is for you!


  • A Tale of an Elderly Mishap


    So what has become of "our" NHS?

    A cautionary tale indeed, and some good advice to boot.

    "State-nominated priest is the Noctor. I am surrounded by so many, I no longer remember what all their acronyms mean. Nurse ACP & ANP, non-nurse PA & HCA, Paramedic FCP & AP, etc"

    Of course, you are not supposed to remember what all these TLAs mean. The only truth you need to know is that medicine has now been reduced to the application of protocols appropriate to the symptoms, each with its own specialist expertise and TLA.

    And if you have a handy test that can simply be applied and assumed to be 100% accurate regardless of the circumstances, then so much the better.

    Medicine has been rigorously oversimplified by managerial classes obsessed with reducing waiting times and maximising throughput and efficiency (not to mention simplifying construction of the

  • Freedom of Choice? Of Course Sir, Tory Labour or LibDem?


    I suspect, I hope, I have faith that political life in this country is growing up.

    In many places now we see the stirrings of disillusion, the crumbling of the assumption so assiduously cultivated until now, that having a choice of political parties at elections equates to freedom of choice.

    What matters to the man on the Clapham Omnibus is not the colour of the party in power, but whether its policies are to the overall benefit of the people. We see now more clearly than perhaps ever before that on the policies that matter to the WEF, all major parties are at one with the monarchy.

    There was a time when Parliament was happy to project the views of the people to the monarch and act as a restraint upon the monarch's power - Charles I took the fall in 17th century to achieve that status quo, yet here we are in the twenty first century with Charles III in close cahoots with the WEF corporate global oligarchs, and a supine Parliament in full lockstep with

  • WEF: Wildly Expensive Failure


    Definition of insanity: - keep doing the same thing and expecting different results.

    After innumerable years of government subsidy for developing "renewables" as a power source to replace "fossil" fuels, one might begin to understand that if we don't have progress now that "fossil" fuels are as expensive as they have been for many years (thanks to our benighted leaders' obsession with weakening Russia by all means possible) then it seems reasonable to suspect that "renewables" are not going to cut the mustard. Not now, not ever, certainly not any time soon.

    So since the convoluted strike price mechanism so clearly failed, the government is taking action to reprioritise fuels that workdouble down on renewables by increasing the subsidies. Evidently, despite telling us all

  • Net Zero Farmers?


    What do we want our farmers to do?

    Do we want them to grow food?

    Or do we want them to curate the countryside, growing trees and wildlife at the expense of food, so that we can live as stone-age hunter-gatherers?

    Most European farmers seem to have concluded that they don't want to return to the stone age, and they suspect that we wouldn't want to either.

    They also suspect that growing plants that take up CO2 isn't the disaster that has been portrayed.

    I can't think what has possessed them to think that way when the great and the good at that fount of global instruction the WEF, have so clearly determined where they want us to go, but perhaps we should, in the interests of inclusivity, listen to their

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

    Restore the Republics!


    This video is primarily for the American audience, but I think it adds substance to support our article on the English Counties Assembly, where the work of Anna von Reitz with the American state assemblies is noted. 

    Our governments are on course to be revised, rejuvenated, and returned to the care of the People. But will We the People be ready?

    (35 minutes)



  • Neil Oliver - A Storm is Coming


    A double-whammy this week. Neil as always is on the button.

    (18 minutes)


    Like / Dislike this video here.

    "This is a Good Thing"

    (11 minutes)


    Like / Dislike this video here.


  • George Galloway the Unmentionable - But Not Unelectable!


    Both Tory and Labour parties were not only trounced by George Galloway (12,335 votes and now inevitably, with the possible exception of Andrew Bridgen, every MP's favourite bogey man) but also by a virtually unknown independent in second place, David Anthony Tully (6,638 votes) - ie: 18,973 taken together - against 6,133 for both Tories and Labour combined.

    That is a result that absolutely defies the usual lofty glossing over and dismissal.

    Of course it's a "protest vote". It's also a "collapse of stout parties" vote.

    It says "NO NO NO" by a margin of 3 to 1 against the combined main parties, behind whom came the LibDems and Reform (the parties that we are supposed to turn to when dissatisfied with the main parties) with a mere 4,132 between them.

    And trailing behind them, in the far "also ran" distance, came the Green candidate with a risible 436. 

    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" 

    Modest subscription required.


  • 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

  • Galloway Gallops Home - What Does It Mean?


    The election of the new Great British MP for Rochdale, and by a handsome majority, has ruffled feathers, even put noses out of joint.

    Rishi talks of extremism.

    Heaven knows what Sir Keir talks of as nobody seems to care.

    So it's left to Hyde Park Corner to make appropriate comment.

    (20 minutes)


    Like / Dislike this video here.


  • A Short History of Sweden, now Joined to NATO


  • Update from Costa Rica


    We recently reported on the court case being progressed in Costa Rica.

    The case has still to come to trial, but meanwhile Interest of Justice reports that they have filed for an injunction to stop the Covid "vaccines" on the grounds that they were never properly authorised, but were always experimental.

    Today's update provides more detail.


  • Parliament Debates Excess Deaths, Heart Disease (But not Cancer etc)


    The link (if any) between roll out of the jabs and increased levels of death by heart and circulatory disease was (perhaps somewhat grudgingly) debated, but no mention of excess deaths from other causes (such as cancer) which have been reported, and only a ministerial response to "write to" the MPs who raised specific queries.

    At this rate of progress we had better all start briefing our kids to ask for the full response "in due course" because we will all be deceased long before those in authority deem it necessary to actually produce the information requested.

    The Daily Sceptic reports.


  • 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

  • Global Radiation Emergent - The Low-Down


    Humanity is at the cross-roads - and on board a bus being driven as hard and fast as possible into a future that nobody has tested for safety - despite "our safety" being the go-to excuse of our elites to lock us down, jab us with who-knows what, feed us with who-knows what, confine us to quarters, and generally ride roughshod over all our traditional time-honoured freedoms.

    Have we noticed yet?

    Or are we still too busy playing ever more responsive silly games on our phones?

    Do we the people have to separately investigate, conduct our own safety trials, determine any effects detrimental to the environment, document and prove the harm that any and each of these novel technological marvels may do to us and/or the environment, to the satisfaction of a legal system that takes forever, charges exorbitant fees, and may not even be fair and even-handed?

    If so, then what are our

  • Is There Light at the End of the Regulatory Tunnel Vision?


    Our MPs are famously inept, prone to being fillibustered by arcane rules and conventions, and strangely (unkind souls might think determinedly) blind to inconvenient truths, but surprisingly it does seem that at least some of them have cottoned on to the notion that a similar affliction has been endemic at the MHRA for some years now, as has been consistently highlighted by many  commentators on independent media, and notably by UK Column.

    If our MPs were not alerted by 77 Brigade / MI5 / Ofcom etc, then perhaps these too were asleep on the job?

    The all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on Pandemic Response and Recovery (yes, apparently there is such a group) has now, it would appear, indeed noticed. Up to a point.

    " 'far from protecting patients' the regulator operates in a way that 'puts them at serious risk' "

    Do I detect the sounds of stable doors being prepared for slamming shut well after the