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Back in the Second World War when the bombs were falling over London, Vera Lynn sang about the bluebirds flying over the White Cliffs of Dover. She offered hope and fond memories of times gone but, more importantly, good times to come. 

Vera Lynn was the voice of optimism, caring and unity. She conveyed a message of solidarity in the face of utter destruction.

As she spread her message through the underground railway stations and across the battlefields of Europe,. another voice was speaking. That of Lord Haw Haw.  William Joyce, who broadcast Nazi propaganda to the UK from Germany during the Second World War. The broadcasts opened with "Germany calling, Germany calling", spoken in an affected upper-class English accent.

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“A wise man makes his own decisions, but an ignorant man mindlessly follows the crowd.”

~ Chinese Proverb

We live in a world of lies, deceit, propaganda, staged narratives, and because this deceit has been widely accepted by the crowd, mass ignorance has been the result. This universal ignorance cannot be blamed solely on government, indoctrination centers called ‘public’ schools, politicians, or the media, except that these entities do advance every form of lie possible in order to fool the people into accepting storied fables leading them toward slavery.

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“Green” policies are destroying the natural environment and changing local weather. This is part of a futile UN scheme claiming to improve the climate of the world.


All green energy degrades its environment. Take wind power. 


Wind turbines steal energy from the atmosphere and must affect local weather. Turbines are always placed on the highest ground and along ridges to catch more wind. Natural hills already affect local weather by causing more rain along the ridge, and a rain shadow further downwind. Wind turbines enhance this rain shadow effect by robbing the wind of its ability to take moisture and rain into the drier interior. Promoting more inland desertification is not green.

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It was quite a surprise when I read a post on Social Media this morning that said:

“Glad I won’t be here much longer” is the worst response an elderly person can have to what is going on today. Not only is it defeatist, it is an admission that you are leaving this world significantly worse than when you were born.

It is being thankful that you won’t have to deal with the miserable conditions that your children and their children will be forced to deal with.

In short, it’s a pathetic sentiment to voice. And I’ve heard it far too often. "

Well, you young millennial or whoever you are, that is a load of crap.

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 The following article was published in 1993.It was titled : 

National Health Care: Medicine in Germany, 1918-1945

Does the modern bureaucratization of medicine risk a return to the horrors of national socialist medicine?

Today we are concerned about issues such as doctor-assisted suicide, abortion, the use of fetal tissue, genetic screening, birth control and sterilization, health-care rationing and the ethics of medical research on animals and humans.

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I recently binge watched a series on Netflix called " Babylon Berlin." It awoke an interest in the Weimar Republic and the change that occurred in Germany between the First World War and the Second World War when Germany flirted with democracy under the leadership of Hindenburg, the President of Germany from 1925 until 1934.

It was raw, gritty, dark and often troubling. Explicit in its portrayal of the excesses that humanity can so often, like today, embrace or at the very least, tolerate or ignore.

I was struck by the divide between those that had so much and those that had so little.

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Curious about what is really contained inside those vials they are calling covid “vaccines,” a Brisbane-based (Australia) doctor by the name of David Nixon collected samples and looked at them under a microscope alongside the blood of “fully vaccinated” patients, revealing the presence of graphene oxide and other disturbing ingredients.

While the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that all Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) jabs are free from “metals, such as iron, nickel, cobalt, lithium, and rare earth alloys’ and ‘manufactured products such as micro-electronics, electrodes, carbon nanotubes, and nanowire semiconductors,” the fact of the matter is that this is simply not true.

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William Pitt the Elder, a champion of liberty and peace, predicted England would lose a conflict against the Colonies and advocated repeal of the Acts that precipitated the conflict.

The popular phrase, “speak truth to power,” implies that power is hostile to truth and that power might benefit from giving truth a hearing. It also suggests that the speaker runs some risk for speaking it.

People unafraid to speak truth to power are among the great heroes of history. They raise our standards and boost our courage. While tyrants fear them, the rest of us are inspired by them.

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I remember whenthe 11th of November was commemorated spontaneously, reverently and universally.

As a kid at state (primary) school we were taught about the sacrifice of the soldiers who died in the war to end all wars and assembled at 11.00am to salute the flag, the Union Jack, and have 2 minutes silence with heads bowed. That was in the 1940’s when there were many veterans of WW1 still among us.

The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month was instilled into us with the utmost reverence and seriousness.

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As the sun sets on yet another day of defeat at the hands of left wing insurgency, I am forlorn. 

I mourn the death of freedom on the day before the dawn of Armistice Day.  Remembrance Day, Veteran's Day or whatever noble name it has in your particular Nation.

My heart goes out to those who, unlike the dead who miraculously rise from their graves to vote or be even elected, slumber with heavy hearts in their eternal rest.

How they must shake their heads in disbelief at what is happening in our world today. 

How they must weep their silent tears and wonder " was it worth it? " 

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Putting his countrymen on the dole was an unforgivable legacy of Otto von Bismarck, and it’s high time we learn from it. 

The late political humorist Tom Anderson once said that the welfare state was so named because the politicians get well and the rest of us pay the fare. Economist Walter Williams claimed it was like “feeding the sparrows through the horses."

Someone else defined it as “a lot of people standing in a circle and each one has his hands in the next guy’s pocket.” Personally, I think it’s a scenario in which politicians offer security but ultimately deliver bankruptcy—financial and moral.

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