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  • A Glimpse of the Reality Underlying our Government


    If anybody ever had any doubts about our government's absurdintention to never deport any illegal immigrant from the UK under any circumstances whatever...

    There used to be joke about "how do we know when a politician is lying?" - joke no more.

    (6 minutes)


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  • "War Is the Goal"


    Neil Oliver:

    "War is the goal of the governments of the west"

    (11 minutes)


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  • Reiner Fuellmich - Update from Germany


    Message (2nd February) - a recording of Reiner speaking (I assume by telephone since he is held for trial) from Germany.

    An interesting update on his trial, and the circumstances that led up to it.

    "Only one of these two narratives can be true"

    (6 minutes)


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  • How Not to Respond to a Pandemic


    Yes, this is new news of past events, but sometimes we need a reminder of just how "our" Government operates, and no doubt still operates.

    If the government would wish to reduce wasteful expenditure that clearly lies within their power to control, then maybe ensuring that their procurement systems are protected from interference, and prosecuting those who did interfere "pour décourager les autres" would be a good place to start.

    And the excuse that "there was no time because it was an emergency" does not wash.

    In any emergency, the very last thing you need is product that isn't fit for purpose, so the procurement rules on quality control should have been tightened up and rigorously enforced.


  • The Pact for the Future!


    Yes you've guessed it - this is another UN initiative to bring more levers of power within its grasp.

    Duck dive or weave, there will be no escape if you live on planet Earth.

    All for our safety and enjoyment of course.

    "... this year’s Summit of the Future... will be held September 22–23 at the United Nations headquarters in New York"

    To "take action to safeguard the future for present and coming generations"

    "We are at a moment of acute global peril" etc - you get the drift.

    Jacob Nordangård comments.


  • Dams Break Slowly, then Suddenly


    Some things take an exorbitantly long time to get resolved.

    Take the case (currently in the news) of the Post Office managers who were pursued through the courts for imaginary losses that never existed, but were reported as deficient by the new Post Office computer system - and the courts agreed that the computer was infallible and therefore they were guilty. As an IT systems engineer of many years standing, I cannot conceive of how any competent (and honest) IT professional could possibly stand up in court and swear that his system was infallible. It also beggars belief that it could have got to court if either P.O. management or their accountants had been both competent and honest. 

    Yet somehow it did. So who was professionally deficient and how? In the way of matters governmental, we will probably never find out, and that too should no longer be tolerated.

    "It seemingly did not occur to anyone to ask why over 750 managers with hitherto unblemished

  • The Green Revolution Exposed as Not Even Hot Air


    "The racket at the heart of wind power is even worse than we thought"

    The Nick and Nigel Show delves into the latest revelation from Bloomberg - we pay when the wind blows, we pay for base load power for when it doesn't, we pay when they turn them off because the wind blows too hard or the demand is too low. We assume all the risk, the wind farms assume all the money.

    How much? Well, it depends on the assumptions... and guess which party the assumptions turn out to benefit?

    (17 minutes)


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  • Down the Rabbit Hole ... with The President


    Readers unfamiliar with our "Down the Rabbit Hole" series may like to view some of the earlier articles here, starting with nbr 1. Many may consider these propositions extreme, but the question is, can they be disproved? Could they be possible, and if so, what would be the implications? 

    If the implications would be trivial, then who cares? But if they would be earth-shaking, perhaps we should take note.

    OK - today's article definitely qualifies for the "Conspiracy theory" title, but Swiss lawyer Pascal Najadi, who took the Covid "vaccine" gene therapy and has since been on a nightmare journey of discovery, along the way

  • Down the Rabbit Hole to ... Tartary!


    Readers unfamiliar with our "Down the Rabbit Hole" series may like to view some of the earlier articles here, starting with nbr 1. Many may consider these propositions extreme, but the question is, can they be disproved? Could they be possible, and if so, what would be the implications? 

    If the implications would be trivial, then who cares? But if they would be earth-shaking, perhaps we should take note.

    That said, today we take the plunge into an area that we have probably all heard about, but never seriously considered. Yet if we have heard about it already, from whence did that notion arise? And why are we so unclear about the substantive details?

    And could this topic just maybe have relevance to our current situation vis à

  • Fight the Climate or Fight Putin?


    The penny is dropping, so to speak.

    We can fight the climate (and lose!) or fight Mr Putin (and lose). Or of course we can pretend to fight both, but everybody would see through that...  wouldn't they?

    War requires energy and in quantity, but "green" doesn't deliver.

    And it isn't merely about steel, although that comes into it depending upon whether Mr Putin would allow us time to prepare. 

    But why would he? He wouldn't. He strikes me as being very rational, particularly about defending Russia and the Russian Federation. So unless we believe that he is only bluffing about defence (which flies in the face of his track record so far) we would be well advised to negotiate a proper defence understanding with him - you stay out of our back yard (which doesn't include the Ukraine) and we will (for a change) stay out of yours. And allow "mutual" inspection...


  • Is the WHO Actually Legally Established?


    Dr Tess Lawrie relates a convoluted story about the events that led to the "founding" of the WHO, a story which Is frankly too complex for me to corroborate.

    Still, if true then it is indeed a tale of remarkable manipulation that drove a coach and horses right past any normal ratification process that would be required by a democratic system of national governance.

    As a basis for annulling our membership through the courts it would likely be possible to spend an eternity in the courtroom painstakingly delving into all the events that are alleged and whether or not they would affect our membership, so it all boils down to whether either (a) we believe Dr Lawrie or (b) we don't believe Dr Lawrie or (c) we decide to check all the details out for ourselves (or can get someone to do that for us).

    Over to

  • Move Over Theatreland - We Get Our Entertainment Green Now


    As the label on Waitrose-reduced items says, this is "too good to waste".

    A veritable compendium of modern madness gets the Nick Hubble treatment today.

    "The whole net zero pitch is looking so implausible that I increasingly expect it to simply fade away altogether"

    and to be honest, I am with him. "Transition" will simply transition imperceptibly into a new meaning - we will be for ever transitioning, burning fossil fuels in the interminable and ultimately hopeless quest for "green", simply because the green mirage will, like all mirages, simply fade further away before ultimately disappearing before we get there

    No Such Thing as Green Steel?


    The closure of the blast furnaces at Port Talbot has caused the usual ruckus from those who value home-based steel-making. They make good points, but steel-making doesn't exist in a vacuum, it exists in an energy market.

    Our energy market has been (rightly or wrongly) severely skewed over many years by the closure of coal mines and what is euphemistically but inaccurately (in my view) termed the Green Energy agenda.

    (Call me old-fashioned, but any agenda that seeks to restrict the (currently tiny) amount of the primary plant-growing gas in the atmosphere cannot be regarded as "green")

    Now coal has well-known undesirable features and I doubt that anybody seriously wants to go down the mines again to hack it, so it's not as straightforward as reverting to coal-fired power plants, but nuclear is certainly an option, as is gas (if we could abandon our obsession with the Russians being the devil incarnate and rebuild/build a pipeline). Windmills are simply

  • Democracy on a Knife-Edge


    Financial advisers and their newsletters are not normally regarded as founts of political truth, being not primarily concerned with politics, but with investment opportunities.

    That seems to have changed, and I don''t apologise for featuring this piece today, since it is 99.9% about the current state of world politics (and you can pass over the 0.1% investment note without really noticing). 

    Why so? The truth these days is that political overreach has far more sway over investment returns than the usual economic and commercial factors. In fact, almost everything you can think of has been politicised for better or for worse, including your sex at birth, your pronouns, "pandemic preparedness" and climate

  • Lahaina - 5 Months on


    If anyone doubts that the USA government is pulling out all the stops for the displaced of Lahaina, this report should clarify the matter.

    Nick Sotor reports from Maui for Redacted:

    (12 minutes)


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  • Fulford Report Monday 29 Jan 2024


    Ben's report this week indicates that a great deal is happening (by no means are events confined to Texas) and may matters not remain below the surface, as hitherto, for much longer. 

    (Reports elsewhere, indicating the collapse of Chinese property giant Evergrande, suggest a knock on effect that may topple major banks, possibly in short order, with all the concomitant financial upheaval that would ensue)

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  • Will Legislation Overcome the Laws of Nature?


    It's a silly question really - the laws of Nature are "immutable", at least as far as human beings are concerned.

    So perhaps the government really have set themselves up for an epic fail, even by their own abysmal standards of creating projects that don't work and/or don't come in on time and within budget (yes, such things are possible given reasonable project planning and management that respects the laws of Nature).

    The question of course, given that the Government is (at least in its own thinking) all powerful, how much damage it will wreak to the nation and to the population in its attempt to support the unstoppable legislation when it meets the immovable object of the laws of Nature?

    And in fact it's much worse than that - it's not just one Government that is hell-bent on this disastrous course, it is pretty much all (largely western) governments, all besotted by the pronouncements of the UN-WEF partnership and their various unaccountable

  • Never Forget


    Shocking testimony of Covid19 nurses - in the NHS and in the USA.


  • Another Dissenting Viewpoint


    There are so many issues to dissent about these days that it's ridiculous to expect that every dissenting voice is going to agree on all of them.

    So to those conspiracy theorists out there who call out other dissenters because they disagree on a specific issue (however important that issue), I suggest that we all bring a level of truth (and awakening) to the specific audience that is most attuned to our own viewpoints, and the audience which is not prepared to listen to our dissent to their particular belief will be catered for by others.

    The enemy of progress is indeed the quest for perfection (especially our own idea of perfection!).

    So I'm happy to tip the nod to Lawrence Fox for this video, even if we may not agree on all the issues that face us. We do agree on probably the majority, and the rest will come in God's good time as everybody

  • Sergei Lavrov - Whither the Ukraine Conflict?


    If you would defeat your enemy - or make peace - first understand your enemy.

    Sergei Lavrov explains Russia's current position to the UN Security Council.

    First the short version:

    (31 minutes)


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    The full report of the same:

    (2 hrs 7 mins)