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  • It's Our Choice, Choose Wisely, Choose Actively, Choose Quickly


    One of the things that has surprised me this autumn is the number of different sources of unrelated categories of information that are all coming around to the central question of our time:-

    What the COVID is going on?!

    We have seen offerings from Green Med Info (an alternative health site), from news journalists (sadly now few and far between) from independent individuals

  • “LOCKDOWNS” – Clueless Panic or Cunning Plan? The Evidence Stacks Up!


    Robin Tilbrook's BlogSpot for November 2020 asks some pertinent questions concerning what we can glean about our government's motivations from their activities since January 2020.

    No doubt we all remember the original promise that it would just be for "3 weeks to flatten the curve and protect the NHS".

    So how come Matt Hancock has just put London under Tier 3 (when London hospitals are not anywhere near being overwhelmed) and the mood music from the media is that lockdowns will continue until April and quite possibly beyond?

    Worth reading, or you can watch the video below.

    When we finally get the chance, there are Acts of Parliament to repeal, starting with the Coronavirus Act 2020.

  • How to Deal with the Police - with Robin Tilbrook & Laura Towler


    Robin Tilbrook, solicitor, Brexit activist and chairman of the English Democrat Party, interviewed by Mark Collett and Laura Towler, makes some very interesting points about the way that we are policed in the UK today.

    After covering the usual point (made more entertainingly here!) about not answering police questions, the interview goes on to cover some of the ways that poiicing has changed in this country since the days of Sir Robert Peel, and how it may be best to behave in the event that you have to deal with the police in any situation that may turn adversarial.

    There is a lot of information here (whatever you may think of the interviewers) and I learned quite a lot. Time well spent.


  • Always Darkest just before the Brexit Dawn?


    They say that it is always darkest just before the dawn . . .   or maybe just before the final betrayal?

    We have no real knowledge so this is just a placeholder, but there are clear worries. Watch and wait . . .

    Like / Dislike this video here.

  • The Last Word on Covid?


    Many thanks to Lockdown Sceptics for this link:

    Like / Dislike this video here.

    More about this performer here.

  • AG Barr Given the Push, Trump Urged to Act


    The Epoch times reports the departure of Attorney General Barr before Christmas, and in a useful editorial sets out the case for the President to act to save the republic:

    "At its root, the current danger is not about whether Biden or Trump wins.

    It is not about the Democratic or Republican parties.

    The United States is facing an evil force that wants to destroy our country and in fact destroy all good things in humanity.

    This election is the climax of the battle between freedom and communism, between good and evil"


  • "Millions of people can experience life-threatening effects from the vaccine"


    Results of the Pfizer Covid Vaccine trials are out.

    john Rappaport is no fan of Big Pharma, but i find it hard to fault his logic when applied to the Pfizer vaccine roll-out.

    We will see how it goes, but I couldn't recommend anyone to be first to volunteer for what must really (in the opinion of Dr Yeadon) be still regarded as an experimental vaccine.

    The Guardian article referenced in John Rappaport's blog

  • Sidney Powell on 2020 Election, Lawsuits, Supreme Court, & Gen. Flynn


    If you want to get the story of election fraud "straight from the horse's mouth", then you have come to the right place:

    And for those who want to know how we got here:


  • Reds Under UK Beds?


    The Mail on Sunday broke a story this weekend that might give us all pause for thought - and it's not reds under the beds, it's red Chinese in all manner of British and world corporations and institutions, including many household names, not only in the UK.

    "This investigation proves that members of the Chinese Communist Party are now spread around the globe, with members working for some of the world's most important multinational corporations, academic institutions and our own diplomatic services"

    "Responding to the findings, an alliance of 30 MPs last night said they would be tabling an urgent question about the issue in the Commons"

    We know that China has been courting international investment for many years in an effort to educate its workforce in modern

  • UK - Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill 2019-21


    "A Bill to make provision for, and in connection with, the authorisation of criminal conduct in the course of, or otherwise in connection with, the conduct of covert human intelligence sources"

    This is an extraordinary Bill.

    Basically it introduces one law for the governed, another for the governors' covert agents.

    "Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS) are crucial in preventing and safeguarding victims from many serious crimes . . . "

    "The Bill provides an express power to authorise CHIS to participate in conduct which would otherwise constitute a criminal offence"

    "This is not a new capability; the Bill provides a clear legal basis for a longstanding tactic which is vital for national security and the prevention and detection of crime
    (in other words they have been doing this for years so don't worry, nothing

  • Supreme Courts Reject Lawsuits


    1. The Supreme Court of the United States has denied the request by the state of Texas to sue the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin over alleged election irregularities that would risk the outcome of the presidential election and thus deny voters in Texas a free and fair election.

    2. The UK Supreme Court similarly declined to hear Simon Dolan's appeal for a judicial review into UK Lockdowns.

    Nineteen Republican state attorneys general backed Texas in the US lawsuit whilst twenty Democrat state attorneys backed the defendant states. The Epoch Times has the story.

    (Breaking news: The Texas

  • The Problem of Systematic Corruption


    What is Systemic Corruption?

    The American Institute for Economic Research publishes a piece that dares to mention the unmentionable - the possibility that entire systems of government can be corrupt from the top down.

    That's a most unwelcome thought as it puts our previous world-view under the microscope and threatens to have us re-evaluate our long-standing assumptions about the way in which we are governed. Surely in a democracy systemic corruption is impossible?

    Well is it?

    Many of the world's institutions are not democratic. The UN, the WHO, the WEF, the many mega-corporations now global in their reach are all unelected, as are the many "not for profit" global charities and philanthropic outfits and "think tanks" that we read about daily in our newspapers.

    The AIER

  • It All Hinges on the PCR Test - What if It's Inaccurate?


    When the pandemic subsided in June and deaths became "normal" again, many of us thought that it was all over.

    Not so fast! Deprived of their death statistics, the newspapers and governments world-wide simply transferred their attention to "cases", a suspect figure depending solely on a positive result from the now famous PCR Test.

    Medical tests are normally applied at the request of a physician in order to confirm or exclude a suspected diagnosis, but today we see a frantic effort to apply it to all and sundry as widely as possible and to regard every positive result as an infection.

    I won't rehearse these arguments yet again here, but a result of this strategy is that:

    if the PCR Test should not be worthy of the trust that is currently accorded it, then the pandemic narrative is rebutted in short order.

    Now "we all

  • First - Do No Harm


    It is remarkable in these so-called enlightened times that this message needs to be repeated, loud and clear, until our "lords and masters" listen to us.

    Who are SAGE that they have the exclusive ear of our government?

    Why are dissenting voices, even dissenting scientific papers, routinely ignored?

    Why are the perverse effects of lock-down never seriously considered so that a balanced judgement may be attained?

    Why are we rushing blindly into a vastly expensive mass vaccination program without thought for the unknown but possibly serious adverse consequences that may ensue over time? All for a disease that primarily carries off only the already unhealthy and the very elderly?

    In March the excuse of ignorance and urgency may have been plausible, but nine months on these factors are simply untenable.

  • Open Your Mind to the Great Awakening


    A truth’s initial commotion is directly proportional to how deeply the lie was believed. It wasn’t the world being round that agitated people, but that the world wasn’t flat.
    When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic
    — (Perhaps) Donald James

    1. Some think that the present election turmoil in the United States is just the usual American over-the-top way of doing things.
    2. That it happens to coincide with an unrelated pandemic which governments around the world are mishandling to a quite extraordinary degree is just the way things are.
    3. That coincidentally the World Economic Forum, the UN, the Central Banks all talking about a "Great Reset" is another unrelated exercise.
    4. And that elected (and maybe unelected) leaders around the world are suddenly all with
  • 17 States Join Texas Bid to Supreme Court to Sue the Battleground States to Protect the Integrity of the Election


    The state of Texas has bid to sue the "battleground" states where election law as set out in the Constitution was allegedly not adhered to.

    Seventeen other states have joined in to support this action and President Trump has indicated that he will intervene also to protect his rights as an affected party.

    Because this is one (or more) states suing other states, this case must be heard in the Supreme Court of the United States and cannot be heard in any state court - thus it goes right to the top right away.

    Also they don't have to show evidence of fraud to prove the point, only to show that the election

  • Financial Wipe-Out?


    This perhaps self-interested piece by Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Management provides a useful and perhaps timely reminder of the current seemingly precarious world of financial investments.

    Note that financial corrections are not by and large destructive of real assets - they are simply revaluations that bring market prices back to earth to provide a more realistic basis for the markets to do their proper work of discovering prices going forward (if left to their own devices). Such a rebalancing would send many with precarious finances to the wall, allowing the more solvent to pick up their assets at fire-sale prices.

    The big problem with working out where the financial markets are going is that politicians and central bankers do not leave them to their own devices, and have not done so for many years. What novel (and potentially destructive) wheeze are they going

  • Dr. Wodarg and Dr. Yeadon request a stop of all corona vaccination studies and call for co-signing the petition


    If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

    It's an old adage, but an adage that has stood the test of time.

    Will "the vaccine" stand the test of time?

    Drs Wodarg and Yeadon don't like what they see and "filed an application with the EMA, the European Medicine Agency responsible for EU-wide drug approval, for the immediate suspension of all SARS CoV 2 vaccine studies, in particular the BioNtech/Pfizer study on BNT162b (EudraCT number 2020-002641-42)."

    Good luck with that one - as time passes and we study the statistics we can see that the pandemic is primarily political rather than medical in nature, which to my tainted mind almost certainly means that no good will come of it.

    A Quick Skate through History - Alan Sked Reviews The State of Politics Today


    Alan Sked, the academic founder of the Anti-Federalist League which subsequently morphed into UKIP, reviews the state of politics today for Brexit Watch, with special attention to the state of politics north of the border.

    He reminds us of a lot of good points which underscore the impracticability of top-down centralised government by the elite, and expose the folly of the push toward Scottish independence.

    Whilst "too small and too much in debt to be independent" has some truth (ask the Greeks), "too big to be flexible and learn new tricks" also has validity, and it would seem that the trick is (a) to be solvent and (b) to find the right balance.

    Alberta Premier Explains the "Great Reset"


    The premier of Albert, Canada has made a video putting forward his view of the Great Reset, thus joining the ever-growing ranks of "conspiracy theorists" who think that "they" are "out to get us". When such views break into the mainstream we know that something is up, and he doesn't hold back:

    Like / Dislike this video here. (Youtube permitting).

    Read more about it.