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  • Another Sweet Conspiracy Theory?


    As if we didn't have enough conspiracy theories already, do we really need another one?

    Well, maybe we do. The track record of conspiracy theories being found to be true has a consistency that is somewhat startling, so I think we should take them seriously.

    This is about an alternative sweetener, but with a difference. Many are already aware of the dangers of artificial food additives / substitutes, particularly artificial sweeteners. Avoidance of artificial sweeteners (and artificial anything else) is, it would seem, a good idea.

    But what of a natural sweetener such a stevia? Wouldn't that be a perfect alternative to the evil sugar? What could possibly go wrong? 

    (9 minutes)



  • Restoring the Necessity of Self-Governance into Our Minds and Hearts


    This little monologue by Mike Steger of LaRouchePAC applies in my view to the British people every bit as much as to the Americans.

    It is the hearts minds and souls of the people that will eventually have to insist that our laws and customs are restored and respected, that no government or other entity should be above the law ("Be you never so high, the Law is above you"), that no foreign power should have dominion over our society, that justice should be applied without fear or favour in open court so that justice can unequivocally be seen to be done, that no courts should ever under any circumstances sit in secret (the risks of miscarriage of justice are far higher than any perceived benefits), and that the full provisions for jury trial as stipulated in Magna Carta

  • "I Stand With Dez"


    This is perhaps a "message from our sponsor".

    Readers will know that this site accepts no money from anyone - but "higher powers" have ordained that we have enough to carry on.

    This video is the most extraordinary message from "left field" - just in time for our weekly newsletter!

    I am happy to carry it.

    This guy strikes me as genuine. As far as I recall, he has never asked for money either. He has in fact been extraordinarily silent for some time. I hope and assume that "the Universe", "the Force", or whatever "God" you have chosen to follow, has been training him up. 

    And our page headings have indeed always been in total accord with his message: 

    "The power of one can lead to the power of many"

    Scroll up and check!

    The War for Hearts Minds and Souls


    For me, it was Covid that declared the opening of hostilities.

    When it became clear that we were all to be jabbed for a fake pandemic, one had to ask "what will be in those syringes"? It didn't seem likely that it would be anything to our advantage.

    And so it has proved. Cui bono?

    The UN-WEF-WHO is trying desperately to lock us into legal submission, but as the primary factual result of their performance on Covid seems to be reports from around the world of elevated death from all causes strangely coincidental with the start of the vaccination programmes, I'm in no hurry to sign up.

    With a political establishment that was firstly only too willing to lead us by the nose into institutions that morphed into the EU; and was, secondly, spectacularly unwilling to actually implement Brexit in any meaningful manner, I see no cause at all to permit them to subjugate us to the

  • Government Back-Tracks on LTNs


    Were they becoming too popular?

    Transport Secretary Mark Harper has reportedly cut new funding for such schemes.

    What is going on? Has the government suddenly found a new taste for noticing the will of the people?

    Mahyar Tousi reports.

    (7 minutes)


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  • Clif High - the End of the World as We Knew It?


    Clif hasn't posted on his BitChute channel since May, but he is back on YouTube with uploads of earlier works, in no particular order.

    In this one from January 2023. He was ruminating on how this year would turn out, it is audio only (although the piccies are nice and an occasional caption fills a gap in the audio - blink and you'll miss it).

    He does start the recording (but doesn't always) with the date, so listen up for that.

    Did he get 2023 right so far?

    (31 minutes)


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  • Fulford Report Monday 10th July 2023


    The deep state may be running out of road but efforts to keep afloat may not be working any more...

    So we can look forward to more false flags and violence as they try to intimidate the world back into submission.

    Good luck with that. (Modest subscription required)


  • Central Banks Digital Currency - Control Central for Your Finances


    Don't take it from me - take it from the spokesperson for the Bank of International Settlements (BIS).

    It seems that they have ambitions to control not just international settlements, but your settlement with your grocer, or any other vendor that you may "choose" to patronise. From the sublime to the ridiculous, it's all in a day's work for the Central Banks...

    Learn the "secrets" of the Bank of Japan, the ECB, and... CBDCs.

    Prof Richard Werner explains to Ivor Cummins - watch right to the end:

    (69 minutes)


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    Their Reality That Lurks Beneath


    Neil Oliver (GB News) uncovers the unpleasant truth beneath the veneer of those who would cancel our ability to purvey the truths of which they disapprove. 

    As they do, they invert the truth.

    As ever, Neil delivers a masterclass in lucid rhetoric.

    As always, we appreciate and are thankful for his fearless clarity and eloquence.

    (10 minutes)


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  • Here's "the Science" on Electric Cars


    In summary, don't.

    That's all you need to know (but don't forget the fire risk from exploding lithium-ion batteries) about the green transition.

    To make appreciable emissions savings over the life of an electric vehicle is next to impossible by many estimates - and those estimates may be optimistic. Does it really make sense to spend money retooling the entire automotive industry (money that may well not be costed into these estimates) on this basis, for a transition that may well turn out to be unfeasible due to the specific resource constraints?

    Still, if you need more convincing, Matt Ridley writing for the Daily Mail

  • How Deep is This Sh*t We Are In?


    "The systems for all of this are already in place... this time it will not end"

    The WEF-UN partnership is now infamous for its outlandish plans to control the world, right down to the level of the individual,even down to monitoring our bodily functions. Controlling our spending capability via CBDCs, and thus controlling our lives, would be child's-play to them. Linking us up as Cyborgs to their AI hive mind ("enhancing" our thinking) will follow.




    Plausibly - it may not be perfect yet but why would that stop

  • Clash of the Journos - Tucker on Brand!


    Russell Brand meets Tucker Carlson.

    Who would have thought it?

    Well, we don't have to invent it, it's now done.

    See what you think!

    (80 minutes)



  • World Parliamentarians Excoriate the WHO


    "Centralisation causes nothing but misery because it destroys the mechanisms of error correction leading to doubling down on flawed policies"

    (13 minutes)



  • The Right Kind of Wind Seems to be Lacking


    Despite allegedly becoming cheaper every year, the corporate-political windmills are now turning furiously to demand ever higher subsidies from our government, no doubt to stave off disaster.

    "The  budget for fixed-foundation offshore wind alone would need to be at least two and a half times higher than its current level to maximise the capacity which could now be secured in this year’s auction"

    Unforeseen costs it seems may be to blame. At least, they are being blamed. But who should have foreseen them? And were those that did foresee them ignored and sidelined?

    What has the Department of Energy / Department of Energy and Climate Change / Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy been doing since 1974, apart from changing its name, consuming lots of resources, devising incomprehensible power auction schemes,

  • Is Europe Importing the US "Race" Troubles?


    In the USA we have had racial tensions for centuries, tensions which were fanned recently under the "Black Lives Matter" rhetoric which tried to shame everybody into apologising for the alleged crime of being "racist". Rioters were seen using conveniently placed piles of bricks (strange where those came from) to create their mayhem.

    We have also had an unfamiliar but relentless campaign to improve "diversity" - a word which has seen previously unimagined levels of interpretation applied apparently in order to make acceptable practices which hitherto have been considered unacceptable by many. Tolerance is being stretched.

    All over the western world now we see governments with seemingly one accord welcoming or at least accepting huge numbers of immigrants from diverse cultures without too much concern about integration assimilation or the capacity of our infrastructure to cope, and apparently no concern at all about how that will be perceived by the native population.


  • How the World Got Here


    This is not about 9/11 (although that features).

    It may be a bit slow for some, but they do explore the overall sequence of events since JFK was assassinated. The history of the world is inextricably tied in with events in the USA, because the USA has been instrumental in destabilising the world in the interests of the ruling elite (regardless of the president-of-the-day).

    (59 minutes)


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  • It Ain't Chess Any More


    With Russian Federation forces unfazed in the Ukraine and Zelensky looking at scraping a barrel already empty of additional men and NATO munitions, Scott Ritter updates us on the latest geopolitics.

    As always, politicians on the ropes are not conducive to good decision-making. If you cannot win under the current rules, then what to do? Start playing a different game...

    (38 minutes)


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  • Federal Justice Strikes Back


    Attacks on free speech are nothing new:

    " 'For if men are to be precluded from offering their sentiments... reason is of no use to us; the freedom of speech may be taken away, and dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep, to the slaughter.' George Washington"

    "The principal function of free speech under the United States’ system of government is to invite dispute; it may indeed best serve its high purpose when it induces a condition of unrest, creates dissatisfaction with conditions as they are, or even stirs people to anger"

    How does that sit with the concept of "hate speech" then?

    " 'Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the free acts of speech' Benjamin Franklin"

    The Biden administration

    Grass Roots Strike Back!


    Glastonbury, Isle of Avalon, land of myths and legends, ancient sacred site, home of the Tor, standing astride the Michael and Mary lines, and now one of a number of local communities that are igniting a push-back against the globalist "green" agendas of 15-minute cities, low emission zones, central bank digital currencies, etc.

    Glastonbury, the world sees you, and is inspired by you.

    (4 minutes)


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  • GWPF Dr Benny Peiser Down Under


    A calm discussion comparing the status of energy provision in Australia with the state that pertains in the UK and Europe.

    The discussion may be calm but the upcoming consequences of the current political trajectories may be a very long way from calm.

    The northern hemisphere has been subjected to what we might call accelerated shock in terms of energy supply (due to the sanctions in support of the Ukraine) which has had some effect in concentrating minds.

    "... they are telling the armed forces to decarbonise... "

    How are matters likely to unfold in the future?

    As usual, the issue is dominated by the politics, but might the market respond and save the day?

    Maybe not, but perhaps we can buy our energy from overseas ... ?

    This doesn't seem to be about to end well any



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