No one knows how many people the vaccines are killing – or how many they will kill.
The plan is to eradicate private motoring. The excuse for this is that private cars use up energy which cannot be spared.
It is now usual to put `Do Not Resuscitate’ notices on the medical notes of patients over the age of 65.
Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, and a man whom some regard as a dead ringer for Dr Strangelove, has a
This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye or mind and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three.
The following script was used for a video which I made available on 24th June 2020.
The Government has invited members of the public to offer their views on health passports/vaccine certification.
Most of the things they tell you to do are not a legal requirement. Don’t comply with pointless or dangerous rules and regulations.
There is no little irony in the fact that while the UK Government was telling us all to keep away from Granny so that we weren’t responsible for he
We tried to enter a church belonging to the Church of England the other day but found this notice on the door:
There was much excitement among the easily excited (and fairly ignorant) when American billionaire Elon Musk showed how he could use a small remote
Regular readers will know that I have for many months been warning of power outages and food shortages.
I saw an advert the other day for masks costing £20 each.
Here are some facts.
Zinc is essential for a healthy immune system and it can help shorten the duration of a cold and make symptoms less severe.
Not content with trying to inject the world’s population with an unnecessary, experimental vaccine, governments are keen to add more fluoride to mo
(This is the script of Vernon Coleman’s contribution to the film `We will not be silenced’ (Ask the Experts II) which was published on 20th Februar
The most exciting development in politics for years is the news that Piers Corbyn is standing for Mayor of London.
This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three.
These days I buy newspapers only to scrunch up for fire-lighting.
I was naturally sorry to hear of the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore. But I was left bewildered.