“Not another Prime Minister!”
Do you feel like you are living in a parallel universe? Have you heard of a parallel government? You have now. Read on.
Liz Truss has now resigned and the UK is, at time of writing, rudderless. Like a sinking ship stranded in the middle of the ocean, the UK appears to be at its most vulnerable. Just as fast as the revolving doors of Downing Street spin, so do our Government Minster’s and officials. Do you remember Brenda from Bristol of "not another one" fame? Exasperated as she was at the calling of another election back in 2017, I think she would be saying the same in 2022, only this time her dismay would be “not another prime minister”. Will it be Rishi? Boris? Penny? By the time you are reading this, perhaps we will know. I can’t say I am looking forward to any of them being allegedly in control.
As soon as I had seen that Parliamentary business for the afternoon of the day of Ms Truss’ demise was cancelled, I knew the end was in sight. Did you know of the existence of the Parallel Parliament? I didn’t, until recently. This site is mainly for MPs and peers to see what Parliament business is on the agenda for the day, and where it is taking place. If you want to know what is being discussed in the UK Parliament, it’s all here, including lists of all the All-Party Parliamentary Groups and their members.
What else was going on the day Liz Truss resigned? As cameras were pointed at 10 Downing Street, political commentators clamoured for sight of ministers and fought for exclusives and scoops, the mainstream media went into complete overdrive whipping up public opinion.
Lettuces and aubergines took the headlines, while the desperate plight, experiences and stories of those affected by vaccine injury, vaccine death, serious adverse reactions and child sexual abuse got left behind and were not given a mention.
Did you know there was an All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting for those with vaccine injuries taking place the same day? Did you hear about it in the mainstream media? You can be sure UK Column News will be covering it. Did you know there was a protest outside the MHRA at Canary Wharf at the same time? It was organised by Piers Corbyn in collaboration with Central London Yellow Boards group, who have been active for over a year and go between various locations in London putting up yellow boards informing the public of the serious adverse reactions of the jab.
Did you know the England and Wales child abuse inquiry (IICSA) report came out the same day? Details below. Did you know the inquiry report into the dozens of baby deaths that took place at East Kent Hospitals was released, and that it has been called one of the worst ever maternity scandals ever? Heartbroken parents describe how they were ignored, not listened to and obfuscated. Have we learned any lessons? I fear not. Did you know the lettuce outlived Liz Truss? Yes, sadly I did. Trivia beats tragedy every time. Nonsense replaces news.
MHRA – Parent alert: Covid-19 injections planned for babies
According to the Daily Mail, which claims to have an exclusive, it appears that the MHRA is in talks to approve Moderna Covid-19 injection for babies from six months old. Every Thursday evening (recording time), I chat with Jesse Zurawell from TNT Radio, who this week informed me that in the US, the CDC has approved Covid-19 jabs for inclusion in childhood immunisation schedules. Although, as a federal body, it was not making it a mandate, its approval gives many states cover for the final decision on whether to make it compulsory for school admission. Given this news, I was concerned that the UK would not be far behind. Three days later, my concern was borne out.
Although the MHRA has declined to announce the expected timeframe, we should recall that it only took a very short time for the first Covid-19 injection to be rolled out. Dr Laura Squire did, however, announce that Pfizer has yet to apply for child approval. In my opinion, however, this is only a matter of time. While the MHRA continues to approve jabs, it does not go without criticism from many health professionals. Over 80% of children have now had Covid-19 and have developed natural immunity.
Message to parents: question everything and ask what is in the injection that your baby/child is receiving. One shot does not mean one vaccination; often it can include multiple ‘vaccines’ in one shot. In the meantime, I have written to Dame June Raine at the MHRA under the Freedom of Information Act to ask for more information.
MMR jabs: Child immunisation schedule
Clearly, from all the data and the reports, it appears that parents are loath to jab their children at all. The Daily Mail reports that ‘shocking’ data reveals that uptake is low and the UK is now falling behind, with the ‘magic’ 95% threshold needed to keep ‘viruses’ such as polio at bay (how convenient, as we are hearing of a resurgence of polio in Britain [link below] and America [segment commencing at 1:06:41]). Apparently, even this small decline in jabbing could lead to a surge in diseases that have largely been confined to history.
I have a number of points to make on this story. I am shocked to see that the childhood immunisation schedule has been tweaked and developed to allow the NHS to jab your children with as much as they appear to think they can get away with. This includes the concealed reality that one jab isn’t just one dose. One jab can often contain ‘vaccines’ for up to nine different viruses. Do you know what your child is getting in that syringe?
As regular readers and viewers may recall, I have been warning of a resurgence of Victorian diseases for a while. The link to an article I wrote on this subject can be found here.
The childhood immunisation schedule at federal level in the USA does not yet include Covid-19 for the under-11s. However, the CDC there has just approved its inclusion into the childhood vaccination schedule from the age of six months! Please keep an eye on this story, as what happens in the USA normally translates into similar policy in the UK. If you are the parent of a young child, question everything, and make sure you have the correct information before you make that decision. Once injected, you cannot un-inject, as many of those suffering from serious adverse reactions have found out to their regret.
Vaccines ruled out as cause of Scotland’s neonatal death spikes
Thanks to Alex Thomson for sending this on to me. Covid-19 vaccines have been officially ruled out as a cause of the spike in neonatal deaths that has been reported in Scotland. As you would perhaps expect, this decision has not been based on any evidence or any discussion with regard to how many mothers had received a Covid injection.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) said its consultants had given “careful consideration” to the “potential benefits and harms” of carrying out such as analysis as part of its probe into the tragic deaths of 39 infants, but concluded against doing so because “it was not possible to identify a scenario that would have resulted in a change to public health policy or practice” given that vaccination policy was already “appropriately informed by good-quality population-level evidence and safety data.
In a statement, PHS added that there was also a risk that “identifying the vaccination status of the mothers, even at aggregate level, would result in harm to those individuals and others close to them, through actual or perceived judgement of the effects of their personal vaccination decision.
Furthermore “the outcomes of such analysis, whilst being uninformative for public health decision making, had the potential to be used to harm vaccine confidence at this critical time.”
The last paragraph appears to indicate that ‘safety’ is not even taken into account, and that vaccine confidence is being regarded officially as more important than safety. Until there is a full and thorough investigation, with all Covid injections withdrawn, we will never know, and will have to assume the chance that the injections could be linked to the excess infant deaths.
NHS launches laser beam surgery to treat epilepsy
Another ‘world-leading’ innovation is about to be rolled out here in the UK. Laser treatment is here that targets the parts of the brain that cause seizures, without the need for invasive surgery. A total of 150 NHS patients will initially ‘benefit’ when the first operations to perform the procedure take place early in 2023.
The procedure is nevertheless invasive, and involves a small probe being inserted into the skull with a fibre-optic laser at the tip of the probe. This will destroy the tissue from the inside, by heating it. To make sure that the brain does not overheat, the procedure is carried out within an MRI scanner. Apparently, patients can go home the next day.
Having spoken to a small cohort of people diagnosed with epilepsy, I have the impression that few would accept an invitation to participate in this new cauterising scheme.
Just as we were all getting ready to brace ourselves for a ‘twindemic’ of flu and ‘Covid-19’ this winter it’s all change as now apparently we are heading into the new age of the ‘tripledemic’.
More worryingly, the third ingredient is Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). Those of you reading who are of more mature years may remember the term bronchiolitis. Looking back at my own brood of children, all of them got RSV at some point, I remember one needing brief hospital attention when the condition developed into bronchiolitis, although he made a rapid recovery. To clarify, bronchiolitis is caused by RSV, which is very common and can spread easily in coughs and sneezes. Almost all children have has RSV by the age of two, and there has never been a need for a ‘vaccine’. For more information regarding the beauty and miracle of a child’s immune system and the involvement of the thymus gland, you may be interested in an interview I did here with Brian Gerrish discussing just that.
Times are changing, and we are seeing increased cases of RSV leading to hospital admission. How many babies with RSV/bronchiolitis were born after their mums were vaccinated against Covid-19? Do we know? Why are we seeing such a rise in RSV? Moderna is in the final phase of testing for an mRNA vaccine for RSV.
If you are in receipt of benefits and are more than ten weeks pregnant or have a child under four years old, you may be eligible to claim for Healthy Start vouchers. Many are unaware that this scheme even exists. A card will be sent to you with money on it. However, you will be told where and what you can spend it on. This new service is called a ‘benefit’ and is available for those in England. A benefit to whom, precisely?
You can use the card to buy: milk, fresh, frozen tinned fruit and vegetables, fresh, dried and tinned pulses and infant formula based on cow’s milk (no provision for meat-eaters or those with allergies to dairy/milk). In case you don’t want to spend your government ‘healthy gift’ on any of the above, you can grab some vitamin drops instead (depending on availability). For those thinking they can use it to grab a packet of sanitary towels or toilet roll, sorry, the Government decides how you spend it. You cannot possibly be trusted to spend it sensibly.
For those living in Scotland, have no fear, your Holyrood government will help you decide what you can spend your money on too. Read more here.
East Kent maternity scandal inquiry
On the same day as Liz Truss resigned, another damming report was released, with little coverage from the mainstream media. It states that 45 baby deaths could have been avoided. An investigation and subsequent inquiry into East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust has revealed a ‘dysfunctional’ environment, likening it to ‘warring tribes’, with staff refusing to work together, thereby risking patient safety. Babies were left seriously harmed as a result of failings, and new mothers were left injured.
The damning 180-page report Reading the Signals was published last week. The inquiry chairman, Dr Bill Kirkup, said that his panel had heard “harrowing” accounts from families who were shown a “shocking” lack of compassion by staff. Staff were putting colleagues first, not patients. The full report can be found here.
NHS turbocharges efforts to end new cases of HIV with drugs by 2030
Courtesy of the population of England (in their role as subjects) and NHS England, the UK is set to become the first country in the world to end HIV. How? By Big Pharma, of course, and by what has been described as “a full armoury of HIV-busting drugs’. The life sciences programme in the UK is in full swing and intends to trailblaze, which will put NHS England at the forefront of the virus. Currently, 87,000 are receiving treatment for HIV, and over 60,000 are receiving preventative treatment.
We perhaps should ask ourselves whether or not we want to volunteer our citizens to an armoury of drugs, many of which carry the risk of very serious adverse reactions. ‘Turbocharging’ the NHS seems pretty futile. Currently, there are over 7 million on the waiting list to start treatment for life-threatening conditions such as cancer and heart disease. Can we really risk the health of our HIV population by experimenting on them without a huge cost to both their quality of life and the pressures on the NHS?
Independent inquiry — child sexual abuse report released
A damming report has been released. The Independent Inquiry Child Sexual Abuse for England and Wales (IICSA) was set up in 2015, under the Inquiries Act 2005. IICSA claims it is independent and not part of any government department.
Struggling to find any mention of those involved within the Inquiry, I did manage to track down Professor Alexis Jay OBE, who was appointed by Home Secretary Amber Rudd in 2016 to chair the Inquiry. As she was previously a social work advisor to the Scottish Government, one may be right to be cautious when calling her independent. The Inquiry has been beset with problems and has had to endure the stepping-down of three previous chairpersons. Brian Altman KC has been the Lead Counsel for the Inquiry.
The Independent Inquiry was announced by Theresa May in her position as Home Secretary to investigate failings into public bodies to protect children in the wake of the Jimmy Saville and Rolf Harris scandals. The seven-year process also examined allegations of abuse by the late MP Cyril Smith. In short, these are some of the Inquiry’s recommendations:
- Single core data set – in order to improve data collected by children’s social care and criminal justice agencies concerning child sexual abuse and exploitation
- Child Protection Authorities – A Child Protection Authority should be established in England and Wales who will make recommendations and provide advice and guidance to Government with regard to child protection
- Minister for Children – A new role to be created at Cabinet level. This should be mirrored within the Welsh Government
- Pain Compliance – Any technique that deliberately induces pain in custodial institutions where children are detained should be prohibited
- Increasing Public Awareness
- Registration of Staff – Arrangements to register staff working in care roles in children’s homes, young offender institutions through an ‘independent’ body
- Legislation – Mandatory reporting. Statutory reporting of child sexual abuse by ‘mandated reporters’ will be committing a criminal offence if they fail to report a case where they are in receipt of a disclosure from a child or perpetrator
- Amendment to Children’s Act 1989
- Any individual working or volunteering and working with children should have frequent Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to ensure they are not barred from working with children
- Specialist therapeutic support for child victims of sexual abuse – a guarantee that child victims will be offered specialist and accredited therapeutic support
- Record Access – The Information Commissioners Office will be directed by the UK Government to introduce a code of practice on retention and access to records known to child sexual abuse. The retention period should be 75 years with appropriate review periods.
- Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme – The scheme will be expanded to include other reforms of child sexual abuse to include online sexual abuse. Applicants with unspent convictions will not be automatically excluded. The time limit for applications is 7 years from a) the date the offence was reported to police; b) the attaining of the age of 18 years if the offence was reported when the victim was a child.
Genomic testing of babies and children
The South West of England is being targeted to test healthy new born babies and children. The NHS calls it the ‘first national genetic testing service’. A new service set up in Devon will rapidly process DNA samples of babies and children who end up in hospital seriously ill, or who are born with a rare disease such as cancer. 6000 genetic diseases can be detected, and a simple blood test will ‘kickstart’ life-saving treatment plans, the NHS claims.
However, I am not convinced this is in the best interests of the majority of babies, children or parents, and I question whether parents are asked for informed consent prior to DNA harvesting. Ethics appear to have gone out of the window, along with common sense. Do you know where your child’s DNA is going—or what the implications may be?
The Deborah James Effect
Avail yourself of the free, no-hassle early cancer test, courtesy of the NHS. It is inspired by Dame Deborah James, the young lady who TikTok’d herself into the hearts of the public with her brave journey, living and dying with bowel cancer. The NHS proudly announce that it has broken records—2.8 million people have been checked for the cancer.
Have you received a stool test through the post? I have. Or maybe you have had an invitation come in to be tested for cancer? Why, when the NHS now exists in name only, are we testing hundreds of thousands of healthy people? Why are we hunting for disease when there are 7 million waiting to start treatment for diagnosed diseases? What do you tell someone with early-stage cancer? To join the waiting list? On a personal level, I have made the choice not accept any of the invitations.
New UK monkeypox research hub
Why does the UK need a new research consortium to tackle monkeypox? Due to the global presence of this curiously-named ‘pox’ and an unprecedented outbreak in the UK, it appears that once again we have been chosen for our ambitious ‘Life Science’ expertise—by dint of surrendering its population to thousands of clinical trials.
This is, in my opinion, no different. The usual names are involved: the Pirbright Institute and the Medical Research Centre (MRC) University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, alongside £2 million in funding provided by the Biotechnology and Biosciences Research Council and the MRC. Neil Ferguson (Professor Pantsdown to most of us) said “changes in behaviour and vaccination had helped lead to a very positive situation”.
Yet another mission, then, for the British life science programme. It aims to develop better diagnostic tests, including lateral flow tests like those used in during the ‘pandemic’ and further studies into ‘smallpox’ vaccine (please remember there is no dedicated vaccine for monkeypox: since most people make an unremarkable recovery from it, monkeypox is not smallpox). Are you reassured? I’m not. It seems like another excuse to give Big Pharma the next excuse to jab people. It would appear so. Note the One Health slogan slipping in, again.
World Economic Forum: Metaverse — Virtual Global Collaboration Village
This had slipped my attention until now. Earlier this year, in May, the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced its new initiative at its annual meeting in Davos. By harnessing the immense potential of the Metaverse, it plans to use new technology to shape innovative solutions for critical global challenge and to diversify participation in advancing the “global public interest”. What I interpret that to mean is the ability to play games, creating pretty much any world event/disaster/emergency in order to plan for a specific outcome. Virtual preparedness.
The WEF is not doing this alone, collaborating with Accenture and Microsoft to achieve their future vision “harnessing public-private cooperation”. To me, that translates into ‘virtual meetings’, ‘virtual decisions’, ‘virtual control’ and the ability for the private/philanthropic sector to seduce governments globally with their tempting futuristic wares that, in turn, give them more power and control over their own citizens. To suggest that this virtual world is in humanity’s best interest would be both ridiculous and dangerous.
For a number of years, we have become conditioned to the phrase ‘social influencer’. Many see being a ‘social influencer’ as a very lucrative profession with high rewards. The Metaverse is intended to influence the way people, governments and the world as a whole think, work and interact. No longer will you need to cross physical borders in a private plane to attend a meeting in some plush hotel in Davos or London. Now, leaders from all countries can simply ‘swipe right’ to find themselves included in a virtual space with like-minded others at no cost or inconvenience. Borderless meetings, borderless environments, borderless communities, borderless communication. It is described as pioneering, but what will this look like in ‘virtual’ reality? The key aims in brief are:
- Global cooperation (to find solutions)
- Interactivity to provide immersive experiences (gaming, in my language)
- Inclusivity, offering public spaces inviting discussions about pressing global issues
- Impact – “Improving the state of the world”
The Metaverse is here—to stay.
If you have made it this far, thank you for reading. I can’t cover everything as there is simply too much, but I hope that this week’s blog may have highlighted a few stories you may have missed. As always, until next week.
Further articles you may be interested in
90% of schools in England will run out of money next year. The heads of schools say they will be in deficit in next academic year, ‘even without cuts Jeremy Hunt is planning’.
Lawyers foresee a flood of vaccine injury compensation claims. New analysis of CDC vaccination survey data says about 8% of participants reported seeking medical attention, while 25% were missing school or work.
Australia Vaccine Injured — New figures reveal that less than 2% of Australians have received compensation after applying for a vaccine damage payment after serious adverse reactions to Covid-19 injections. The situation has been described as pitiful.