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  • Immigration Enforcement - Sabotaged?


    Bring back Tony Blair - all is forgiven?

    Migration Watch documents the failure of the Boris government to quell levels of illegal immigration, now running rampant, relative to past years, at a time when there are already more unemployed than need be due to the said government's controversial measures supposedly to control the spread of the "pandemic".

    If this is how they will continue to avoid controlling illegal immigration post Brexit (and why would they not?), we could be in for more lawlessness as more illegal immigrants vie with indigenous British for available jobs - all to the detriment of employment prospects at the lower end of the market, and a probable increase in those being paid less than the minimum wage as a plentiful supply of illegals willing to work for less money increases the opportunities for unscrupulous

  • A Whirlwind History of America and the World since Lincoln


    I was always close to the bottom of the class in history whilst at school (and since I left school for that matter), so I find this historical discourse covers a great deal of ground that for me puts much of the last two hundred years of history into a meaningful perspective.

    Not only that, it brings perspective to both the geopolitical options and the nationalist/globalist dichotomy that the worldfaces in the present day - highly recommended.

    "As it is a truth of humanity that the upright and well-intentioned are comparatively passive, while the designing dishonest and selfish are the most untiring in their efforts, the danger of public opinion's getting a false direction is four-fold, since few men think for themselves"

    Some may think that this sentiment holds precisely true in today's world

  • The State of Science, Microbiology, and Vaccines Circa 1918


    I must thank the US National Library of Medicine for a most interesting article (well, I found it so anyway) concerning the flu epidemics of the late 1800s and early 1900s.

    Whilst it sheds no light whatsoever on the Covid pandemic of 2020, it highlights both the elusive nature of the causative factor behind the epidemics, and the general propensity to make assumptions about the cause and to try to make a fortune on the back of those assumptions!

    Those days were very different from today:-

    • There were neither national authorities nor prestigious medical institutes to set the standards by which vaccines should be developed and tested
    • There were no "Big Pharma" companies that effectively monopolised the medical industry of the time
    • There was no World Health Organisation
  • A Free Country? Why We Need To Stand Up For British Liberty


    I might subtitle this "You don't know what you had until it's gone" - what made the British Isles so special in the world?


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  • "Herd Immunity" Revised - Official!


    Now you and I and the rest of the normal world (not to mention almost all epidemiologists to date) have no doubt grown up with and accepted the concept of herd immunity - if enough people get exposure to a disease (either through catching it and recovering or through vaccination) then we become largely immune to it, and as more and more people achieve this happy immunity the pathogen has more and more trouble finding susceptible hosts to infect, so that the disease soon enough peters out.

    So the recent report from the AIER comes as something of a surprise . . .

    Does the WHO now somehow conclude that herd immunity can only be achieved through vaccination after all? This seems an extraordinary proposition that requires some explanation if we are to accept it.

    The AIER has the story.


  • The Undead Rise to the Covid Challenge Once More


    The latest Tier4 tightenings of the Lockdown screws it now transpires may have been influenced by one Prof Neil Ferguson of Imperial College - but wait, wasn't his original contribution to the Government's Covid project discredited and didn't he resign from his advisory positions?

    Maybe not - the Spectator has the story.

    Call me old-fashioned, but doesn't this tell us all we need to know about this government's choice of "scientific" advisors?


  • New Variant, or Old Spin on a New Virus?


    Lockdown Sceptics (yes - them again - those with implicit trust in our government should stop reading now) draw attention today to a previous occasion on which we were treated to unfounded scaremongering about a mutant virus, albeit on a smaller scale.

    Is the New Variant tactic just a retread of the old HIV-2 assertions reheated and rebranded for our new Covid lockdown insanity?

    "That was despite some experts, including top-ranking Nobel prize-winning scientists at the heart of the fight against AIDS, trying to let us know that HIV had never been established as the cause of the syndrome. They showed that both predictions of spread, and tests claiming to show infection with the virus, were invalid"

    Recommended reading.


  • Technocracy and the Great Reset (Do Not Miss!)


    If you have been wondering about who is pulling the strings behind the greatest incoming global reconfiguration of our lives, and probably of the century, then this is your chance to get to "know thine enemy".

    If you want to know about the "Great Reset" (synonyms: "Sustainable Development", "Green New Deal", "UN Agenda 2030"), where it came from and how we got here, and more importantly where we are going, you probably can't do better than listen to James Delingpole interview Patrick Wood (an expert in the Trilateral Commission) who has spent many years investigating the Technocracy movement which started out in the US in the 1930s.

    Necessarily this is a deep dive, but a mine of information. Unmissable!

    "this is the biggest intellectual sham of history"

    "read the UN Agenda 2030

  • Nominations are Now Open for . . .


    . . . The World's Greatest Climate Hypocrite!

    The Global Warming Policy Forum unveil their competition in their latest newsletter - somehow I don't think they will have any shortage of suggestions.

    A festive story to warm the heart - get nominating!

  • Britain sealed off from the world. But is the mutant strain all it's cracked up to be?


    Tier 4 imposed - mutant strain identified (in October!) - Christmas Lockdown! - Ports sealed, continent cut off! - Boris and Matt save the UK again!

    "some experts think the episode has been overegged"

    "no evidence” the new variant impacts the severity of the disease, for better or worse"

    "Whatever the increase in transmission, the R rate for the new variant is still far below what it was at the start of the epidemic"

    This Telegraph article has more - much more - well worth

  • The Plot to Steal America (and the World?)


    Are we facing a bid for Global Communism? Every day, as yet more evidence stacks up, it becomes harder to deny this.

    As in America, so in the UK, and elsewhere.

    If we think things are bad here, the clamp-down "down under" is lunatic by comparison (although Tier 4 Boris is doing his bit to catch up). So is this really a global coup, a coup that cannot ultimately succeed unless it first subdues America?

    Or is it just a "conspiracy theory" to be dismissed out of hand? As always, make up your own mind.

    View the on Bitchute page.

  • WHO on "technologies that use real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) for detection of SARS-CoV-2"


    The WHO are referencing the PCR Tests that are in widespread use across the globe.

    "WHO has received user feedback on an elevated risk for false SARS-CoV-2 results when testing specimens using RT-PCR reagents on open systems"

    "As the positivity rate for SARS-CoV-2 decreases, the positive predictive value also decreases" - in other words if the positivity rate decreases (ie: we need more cycles to amplify a smaller original signal) then the incidence of false positive results increases.

    "Therefore, healthcare providers are encouraged to take into consideration testing results along with clinical signs and symptoms, confirmed status of any contacts, etc" - ie: don't rely on the PCR Test as your sole means of determining whether a person is infected.

    So there you have it - the PCR test at high amplification cycles is unreliable as a diagnostic tool.


  • US Election Round Up & Insurrection Act of 1807 Explained


    For a round up of the latest state of play, and an explanation of the Insurrection Act and the likelihood or otherwise of eventual martial law, this seems to be a good place to start.


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  • End of Transition in Name Only?


    Brexit Watch makes a good point.

    Interminable never-ending "negotiations" may end up effectively leaving us indefinitely  "in transition" (ie: BRINO) to all intents and purposes - how could this be?

    It's up to Boris - if he permits this sleight of messaging then he will have only himself to blame for not cutting the negotiations off at the knees at 24:00 on 31st December.

    After all, on 1st Jan, even if the EU wants to let current arrangements continue, we don't have to - we can pick and choose!

    We can have no objection to negotiating after the 1st January, but Boris would be well advised to put some clear blue timing between ending pre-exit negotiations and starting post-exit negotiations, and should emphasize the different basis on which these are being undertaken (not to mention the immediate

  • 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.