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  • Mark the Day - "Covid pandemic over in Britain, say experts"!


    The Daily Telegraph reports (paywalled) that an Oxford University Professor says that Britain has moved from pandemic to endemic.

    That would obviously be a momentous statement, implying that the emergency is over.

    It is already being fought tooth and nail.

    The vaccination programme (being credited by many for this situation) would have to be stopped as none are authorised for use outside of an emergency, and the remaining restrictions would be lifted as no longer required.

    Not so fast - the doomsayer in chief Prof Whitty, reported by the BBC unsurprisingly begs to differ. '

    "Prof Chris Whitty told MPs that would be dangerous and risk

  • Brexit is Not Running Smoothly Within the EU Machine


    Brexit was "done" and supposedly "dusted" in January, but it doesn't seem to be working too well.

    We all know about the problems spawned by the EU's interpretation of the the N.I. protocol, but the practical difficulties faced by our ex-pats still living in the bureaucracy-focussed union's member states get less attention.

    And of course the EU Parliament may decline to ratify the treaty at the end of this month (never let another opportunity to extract more concessions go to waste) and even if they do, the individual member states may similarly continue the rearguard action...

    Brexit-Watch reports.

  • The Davos Agenda for a New World Order


    Wasn't the January Davos get-together cancelled this year due to you-know-what?

    Well, yes and no. The Get-together was off-limits but the Davos Agenda virtual event took its place.

    So what did they talk about?

    Well, it being a five-day event with multiple streams,lots.

    Carl Teichrib reports in Technocracy News:

    "What was front-and-center of this online meeting? The Great Reset"

    "To give you an idea of the schedule, the first day – Monday, January 25 – had a total of 29 individual sessions. It was information overload"

    Klaus Schwab introduced Xi Jin Ping of China, who made a speech, but I will spare you the platitudes as they

  • Taiwan - Key to World Peace or Flashpoint for World War?


    Formosa - beautiful island - Taiwan - if the CCP wanted to persuade it back into the mainland fold then perhaps it should not have treated Hong Kong as it did. Maybe they need lessons in how to make friends and influence people? Or maybe they don't actually want to learn. It's all very much at odds with the much-vaunted long-term strategy of Chinese patience in pursuit of its global objectives.

    Whatever, the "Biden administration" which was expected in some quarters to throw Taiwan under the CCP bus has apparently stiffened its sinews and adopted a joint resolution with Japan calling for “peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait”, thus aligning itself with one of China's foremost competitors. Bearing in mind their alleged enormous investment in subverting the US election process in order to install their puppet in the White House, the CCP are probably not pleased.

    Frankly, it makes you wonder just who is running the US foreign policy, given that "sleepy Joe" seemingly can't even get up a flight

  • Marching Attack - the Choice for Total Political Dominion


    The marching attack.

    Any useful fencer will know to what I refer.

    For the rest of you, please follow up the link above - it makes plain exactly how it works, even if you have never picked up a foil in your life.

    Now tell me you don't recognise it?

    Is it not exactly how the Covid attack on the world has been conducted?

    Is it not precisely how the green lobby is imposing its agenda upon us in the democratic West?

    Is it not how the civil service bureaucracy has so grotesquely expanded its numbers (including all manner of "independent" NGOs and "regulators") that it seems it now holds government ministers and MPs in thrall rather than vice versa?

    And is

  • The Geopolitics of Climate Change - 2050


    Yesterday i had my introduction to the JR Nyquist blog, and today I encounter the Climate Discussion Nexus article on the alleged Chinese ambition to dominate the world...

    Now I have to say that I have no firm information - we are certainly in the realms of speculation, but as they say, if the cap fits, wear it.

    World history has been littered by a long succession of folk who felt that they were entitled to rule the world (or as much of it as they could get their hands on before their regime fell apart) and would go to any lengths to do so. The problem that we face today is that the world has been shrunk to such an extent by sea travel, air travel, probably soon sub-orbital space travel, and recently by what we might christen zoom travel, that it is now perfectly possible for a dictator or tiny cabal of the rich and powerful to hope to establish world rule, to their own exclusive benefit.


  • AIER - The Lockdown Paradigm is Collapsing


    Many of us have known that it was unwise to throw most previously accepted epidemiology overboard at the first glimpse of the Coronavirus, and now the AIER confirms it - Lockdowns were unjustified.

    "We know for sure that the lockdowns imposed astonishing collateral damage. What we do not see is any relationship between lockdowns and disease outcomes"

    Quite so.

    "When the idea was first floated, it was greeted with ferocious opposition. Over time, the lockdown paradigm made progress, with funding from the Gates Foundation and more recruits from within academia and public health bureaucracies"


  • Council of Europe Concedes to the ECLJ


    The European Centre for Law and Justice chalks up a notable victory in its efforts to lessen the conflicts of interest at the ECHR.

    "Among the three candidates proposed by the Belgian government was a lawyer employed by George Soros' Open Society, as is often the case. But for the first time in a long time, the Open Society failed to get its candidate elected"

    Don't forget that the UK is still a supporter of the European Court of Human Rights, which is an institution that predates the EU.

    "The Council of Europe governments had been seized following the publication of the ECLJ's report on NGOs and the judges of the ECHR, which revealed that at least 22 of the last 100 ECHR judges are former employees of seven NGOs"

    Is the tide beginning to turn?


  • No Smoke Without Fire - Del Bigtree Landmark Covid Edition


    Del Bigtree produces the Highwire show every week, primarily acting as journalist watchdog for the American Medical Regulatory Authorities and pharmaceutical industries.

    It's his birthday - but don't be put off by the inevitable plaudits - there is a lot of meat in this week's sandwich:

    Dr Robert Redfield, former director of the CDC:

    • "I am of the point of view that I still think the most likely (origin) of this pathogen in Wuhan was from a laboratory... escaped... I do not believe that this somehow came from a bat to a human... and became one of the most infectious viruses that we know in humanity... I just don't think this makes biological sense"  (link)

    "What in the hell is the United States

  • No Smoke Without Fire - UK Column Covid Coverage


    This site reported in February on the UK Yellow Card System run by the MHRA for the reporting of adverse reactions to medication.

    This is essentially a passive system that relies on the general public (including medical staff and clinicians) to file reports on their own initiative.

    The MHRA claims to have additional proactive methods to ensure that the significant information about adverse events is captured. These amount to statistical studies based on medical records of GPs to flag up any likely linkage of subsequent sickness to

  • The Election that Won't Lie Down


    The US elections of November 2020 are nearly six months past but the reverberations are still rolling, and may even be growing.

    Lawyer Sidney Powell now acting on behalf of the people of the USA and not the Donald, spoke recently at Tulsa about legal cases spawned post election:



    She is not by herself.

    This article from the Epoch Times notes that the State of Arizona is embarking on an audit of 2.1 million election ballots . . .   if and when that finds

  • Q Superproof - Be Amazed


    For those unfamiliar with Q I suggest first rereading my last post concerning an article by Martin Geddes.

    This Q post is pretty comprehensive, although in video format it may be tricky to get a properly readable version.

    Nevertheless the main message is simple - once it became clear that Q's posts have been based upon the US military Law of War manual, it becomes clear that Q's posts relate precisely to the current situation of Washington DC (not a State but now a territory occupied by a Congress Senate and President (of a bankrupted corporation!) all of whom are allegedly agents of a foreign power ie: the Chinese Communist Party to name but one). As DC is now occupied territory controlled by the US Military, the Law of War manual applies.

    Got that?!


  • Arise USA! - The Resurrection Tour


    Robert David Steele and Sacha Stone tell it how it's going to be!

    Don't take my word for it - hear it straight from the horse's mouth -

    "This is like Zombie Apocalypse - they're going to be emerging, like something out of Lord of the Rings, from every corner ..."


    Like / Dislike this video here.

    So how does the USA differ from the UK?

    How should we in the UK make a similar mark?

  • Dr Shiva Takes Massachusetts and Twitter to Court


    Dr Shiva ran for election in the November elections - this is his account of how he was treated by the Massachusetts government officials in alleged collaboration with Twitter.

    There's a great deal of information here, interspersed with some speculation and inference which may or may not be controversial. Whatever you think about the Great Reset or Trump, Dr Shiva explores a lot of issues and is always worth listening to.

    "The Left needs Trump, the Right needs Bernie (Sanders)"


    Visit Dr Shiva's educational website.


  • Green Certificates on the March in Europe?


    UK Column (again) bring us the latest news from the "great and the good" in the EU - the European Parliament is to be brought into discussions about the introduction of the (Covid) Green Certificate.

    Allegations of propaganda.

    Is Bitcoin in the cross-hairs as the enemy of Climate Change?

    And more . . . don't miss!


  • Good Law Project - Challenges to the Government


    PPE contracts, Market Research contracts, "the culture of cronyism that means top public sector jobs are handed out based on who you know", and other contracts "awarded without competition" (were any contracts awarded through the proper procurement processes one wonders?).

    More examples of alleged cronyism in the award of government contracts related not only to the "pandemic" but to other areas seem to come to light every week now. Is it really just a "conspiracy theory" that such activities are becoming, or have even become, endemic within government?

    The first law of life (and IT): "if it can happen, it will happen".

    The second law:

  • UK Column - NHS Whistleblower


    UK Column News - one of the few truly independent news outlets.

    Item 1 - NHS Whistleblower Report

    "I hate my job, I am currently ashamed to be a nurse, and every day I work for the NHS I feel greater despair and loathing"

    "My NHS colleagues have forsaken their duty of care, broken their code of conduct (hippocratic oath), and have been brainwashed... through propaganda and predictive programming"


    Like / Dislike this video here.

    If YT cancels it, find it

  • Count your Carbon alongside your Calories?


    "There’s rising demand for another type of food label as people become increasingly concerned about climate change, and conscious of how they’re contributing to it"

    Demand from whom I wonder? The man on the Clapham omnibus?

    Oh - Extinction Rebellion perhaps?

    Now I may myself occasionally look at the label on an unfamiliar food product before I buy it, but I'm not looking at the calorie count since I long ago decided that the link between calories and weight gain is a relatively minor part of the whole, a part that only becomes significant when the whole is seriously out of balance.

    And I must confess that whilst as a matter of good management I would prefer my food to be locally sourced and subject to fewer food-miles where practicable (it's difficult to grow coconuts in the UK), I'm not convinced that the CO2produced in its transportation is going to destroy the world - it's more likely

  • Lin Wood Speaks - Faith and Life


    Lin Wood, the attorney that called out a US Supreme Court Justice for terrible crimes against children - and has not been sued for defamation.

    We have mentioned before on this site how a great many American immigrants were driven by their personal faith in God, and that that faith, embedded in their Constitution and in their psyche, arises anew in times of adversity.

    Lin Wood epitomises that personal faith in Christianity that isn't based on any church hierarchy or religious denomination, but on a personal and indeed a national relationship with God and with faith.

    If we want to understand how America is shaping the world, this is an integral part of it:


    Like / Dislike this video

  • London Mayoral Candidates on London's Covid Measures


    Lockdown Sceptics put their Covid questionnaire to London's Mayoral candidates -


    • Should London be opening quicker than the current roadmap?

    • What changes would you like to see immediately?

    • What do you think have been the biggest mistakes of the lockdown?

    • Do you support vaccine passports for international travel?

    • Do you support vaccine passports for domestic use?

    • When do you think Londoners should return to the office?

    • When should international travel be restored?


    Strangely, they only sent the questionnaire to "sceptical" candidates, so the responses