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Australian Government admits Covid vaccines can kill

Wednesday blog

Readers might be slightly bemused by this story which I don’t believe you’ll see reported by any of the UK mainstream media.

We all know the “miracle vaccines” are totally safe. At least that’s what our rulers, our leading scientists, the big pharma companies and all the mainstream media have repeatedly told us.


The African-American Philosophers Society strikes again

Tuesday blog

Hopefully most readers know about the entertaining incident at the recent Oscars when one member of the African-American Philosophers Society – a Mr William Smith – thumped another member of the African-American Philosophers Society during a discussion about the purpose of human existence or whatever:

To show that this is […]

China buys Jamaica?

Monday blog

Just a short one today.

Moving on?

As you probably know, Jamaica’s PM told Prince William last week that Jamaica is “moving on” and embracing its destiny as an independent country, later calling the Caribbean nation’s switch to a republican model “inevitable”.

Though it seem as if Jamaica would like to […]

Have you been “Pfizered”?

Friday/weekend blog

An exciting new word to add to your vocabulary?

There’s a new word which I believe should soon enter both the English and American languages. It’s a verb – to “Pfizer”. A person can “Pfizer” and a person can also be “Pfizered”

The dictionary definition of “to Pfizer” could be: to inject someone, […]

Democracy is extraordinarily rare and should be cherished

Wednesday/Thursday/Friday blog

I find the attitudes of the woke, West-hating, virtue-signalling, Greta-worshipping, anti-progress, globalist, self-styled supposed progressives more than incomprehensible. What we have in the West is far from perfect and is open to criticism, particularly due to the depressingly low quality of our kakistocratic leaders. But our reasonably-functioning democracy is such a rarity that […]

A strange death in Paradise?

Tuesday blog

Going to Paradise?

This blog will be rather trivial compared to my normal stuff. So I’ll only leave it up for one day.

Part of the reason it will be trivial is that I’ve just returned from a period abroad in a country generally thought of as being rather ‘exotic’ and so haven’t […]

First Covid lockdowns. Now energy-saving lockdowns. Then climate lockdowns?

weekend/Monday blog

There’s a new report out from the International Energy Agency (IEA) (whoever they are?) recommending that we plebs be encouraged/forced to use less energy.

In the face of the emerging global energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, practical actions by governments and citizens in advanced economies and beyond can achieve […]

Should we ever again trust our lying, self-serving, media-whore “scientists”?

Wednesday/Thursday/Friday blog

The unique Michael Crichton

I’m currently reading a 2006 book “NEXT” by the brilliant American author Michael Crichton.

John Michael Crichton; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His […]

The pandemic – too far-fetched for any fiction?

Monday/Tuesday blog

Beyond the imagination of any fiction?

As far as I know, the three main works of fiction dealing with a pandemic are:

the science fiction classic novel “THE DARKEST OF NIGHTS” by Charles Eric Maine the 1995 film “OUTBREAK” starring Dustin Hoffman and Morgan Freeman the film “CONTAGION” made by Steven Soderbergh in […]

Were 1,223 innocents killed by the Pfizer vaccine just in the first two months?

Friday/weekend blog

Pfizer’s cunning plan?

You probably know that Pfizer and the US health authorities (the FDA – Food and Drug Administration) had originally planned to release all the data around the effects of the Pfizer miracle vaccine over a period of about 75 years. The excuse given for such a long delay was that […]