Another week of more atrocities and disasters. As the world appears to be drowning in a sea of sadness, there doesn’t appear to be a lifeboat in sight—and the sea of grief continues to rise unnecessarily, drowning even more in its wake.
Not only are we witnessing more war crimes affecting innocent children and civilians around the world, almost unnoticed in the background, communities in Acapulco and Nepal are also grieving.
Hurricane Otis has caused devastation to hundreds of thousands of homes in Acapulco with 145mph winds and torrential rain, which has killed at least 45 people with many more missing buried under the rubble. In Nepal, a 5.6-magnitude earthquake (many believe this is a downgrade from 6.3) caused homes to collapse. As of writing, over 150 have been killed with many more missing. The area of Jajarkot, in the district of Karnali, is 300 miles from Kathmandu—being so remote appears to be hampering rescue efforts. By the time you are reading this, there will be many more needless deaths and devastation.
The Covid–19 Inquiry
The UK Covid–19 Inquiry should, in my opinion, be renamed ‘The Covid Farce’. In 2020, I discovered SPARS Pandemic 2025–2028 by John Hopkins University, a 2030 retrospective of a coronavirus pandemic that affected the world. By the time the Covid–19 Inquiry is complete, this too will be nothing more than a retrospective look back at the carnage that we all had to endure. But what then? The Covid Inquiry has become nothing more than a school playground of teenage reprobates who are more interested in name calling their ‘colleagues’ than addressing the massive consequences of the most disruptive policies in peacetime in British history.
As I listened, I felt more like a voyeur, peeping through a dirty net curtain witnessing the seedy reality of Downing Street during Covid and the lifestyle of those who inhabited it. Publicly settling old scores was not what the Covid–19 Inquiry was intended for. I can't imagine how the families affected must have felt while witnessing the old boy network publicly aim poison darts at each other, just as they did to us.
What of the consequences to children’s mental health through draconian lockdowns? What of those trapped in care homes unable to see their loved ones? What of those admitted to hospital who never returned home and were forced to say goodbye from a computer device? What about those who have passed or have been injured as a result of being coerced into taking an injection that neither prevented transmission or prevented ‘infection’? What of those scientists and academics who lost their jobs, reputations and careers challenging the Government’s narrative? I could go on and on. Hundreds of questions, but as of yet, no answers, and none expected until 2026 at the earliest.
The mere thought of Matt Hancock, the then Health Secretary, enjoying the responsibility of deciding who lives and who dies, is nothing short of offensive and deeply troubling. Where will those responsible for the Covid–19 atrocities be in 2026/2030? And by that time, will anyone remember or even care? Sweden completed its inquiry in one year; fact.
Lindisfarne, alias Holy Island
Lindisfarne is a beautiful, small, picturesque, quiet tidal island just off the north-east coast of England close to the Scottish border. Measuring only 3.0 miles from east to west and 1.5 miles from north to south, it is home to just 180 residents. At low tide, it can be accessed by an ancient pilgrims' path from the mainland. Where better than to hole up in case of a global emergency? And who better to have as a neighbour than Dominic Cummings? Rumour has it, he bought his £160,000 home as a bolthole, in light of the Ukraine war and the escalating nuclear war threat. However, the locals haven’t welcomed him with open arms. So what has he been doing during his monasterial existence on Lindisfarne, other than upsetting the neighbours? He has given us a few hints in his Substack blog.
Without doubt, we have not seen the last of Dominic Cummings. As he struggles to raise the £1 million to launch his new ‘political party’, known for now as the Startup Party. Cummings’ ambition to be Prime Minster in 2028 looks more and more unlikely.
Our Future Health
Thanks to all our audience who are continuing to send me emails about ‘Our Future Health’. It seems many of you are receiving ‘invitations’ through your letterboxes asking you to take part in the ‘biggest research study in history of the UK’. And many of you are heeding the warning to #JustSayNo, so well done! Please pass the message on to those who may not be aware.
Thanks to another of our wonderful vigilant viewers, Diana, who sent me this:
Thank you for featuring Our Future Health on the news on 1 November 2023. I have been aware of this initiative for several months. Some friends willingly took part in this after receiving an invitation. They went for their health checks at a Portakabin on our local Tesco car park. It seemed that no expense had been spared with the furnishings of this building.
I was appalled when I heard about it and told them I “wouldn’t touch it with a bargepole”. They were surprised, as they believed they were doing their duty to help the NHS and couldn’t understand my attitude. I informed them that they were giving their DNA and data away to an organisation who had no interest in their health. They didn’t see this as a concern.
I should add that they have completely bought into the Covid narrative and had all the jabs. I tried to warn them back in 2020 that these so-called vaccines were experimental and asked them to remember thalidomide, but they didn’t listen. They appear to have escaped serious side effects, at least for now, so are completely unaware of the catastrophic harms that have been caused.
I despair as they are intelligent, highly educated people, but sadly as many of us know, they seem to be the most gullible.
Thank you so much for all your work in keeping us informed on the horrors of modern “healthcare”.
So there you have it: not only can you do your weekly shop at Tesco, you can also get your Our Future Health check there too. Ironically, it seems you can even look to Tesco for a vaccine. Interesting to note that Tesco CEO Jason Tarry has resigned. After decades of service he has stepped aside to allow Matthew Barnes to take over (Barnes was the former boss of Aldi). Rats and sinking ships comes to mind.
Last week, UK Column featured the Artificial Intelligence Safety Summit hosted by Rishi Sunak. Artificial Intelligence, which is set to remain unregulated, will inveigle its way into our everyday lives. How will this happen, and should we be worried about it?
The realities of AI and Artificial General Intelligence (one step up from AI) are very real. Are we all happy and confident to accept and believe an AI prediction to determine our lives, our worth or even our very existence? I put it to you that we are not. AI applications are now being used in virtually every area of our lives. Will there be any jobs in the future, or will we all be retired and relying on the Government for a ‘universal basic income’ to survive?
I can only mention a few AI applications this week, the tip of a very large iceberg. It is also being used in pharmaceuticals, transport, health and our military, to name but a few. Here are some others you may not have considered:
- Funerals—what better and kinder way to remember someone than to generate an AI eulogy? Apparently, demand is on the rise.
- Recreating loved ones—by using AI to bring them back to ‘life’.
- Empathy—fancy lending your empathy to AI?
- Determining End-of-Life Care—as we reported on the news, even your life sell by date/expiry date will now be predicted by AI. How long before we are all barcoded? How long do we have on the carousel of life? Logan’s Run?
- Happiness predictions—don’t worry, AI will be able to predict how happy you will be. Will we really be happy with no privacy and owning nothing, as we have been told? But what if someone is not predicted to be happy? Are they to be eliminated?
- Prenatal Ultrasound Diagnosis—how long before sonographers have disappeared entirely? Do you wish to entrust AI with forecasting your unborn baby’s future? How do you know it is correct? More importantly, what would you do if the outcome of your unborn baby was predicted by AI as poor?
Do you trust life-changing and life ending decisions that are essentially a computation of data? And who exactly has this been programmed by? What does it take to become an AI engineer? What happens to the application after it has been launched into society? Are we are in danger of allowing an unknown engineer from an unknown location plus an algorithm to determine our lives, our very existence, with no other human intervention at all? The choice is between anonymous, unaccountable AI or identified, qualified, accountable, unmodified human.
The Future of Life Institute
There seems to be an institute for everything these days. The Future of Life Institute claims to be able to determine how to preserve life. As we hear that AI could destroy humanity, we are also reassured that there is a team of people dedicated to making sure the far-reaching negative consequences and risks of artificial intelligence, biotechnologies and nuclear technology are ‘properly managed’ in order to transform the world for the better. Note the word ‘managed’, and the very loud absence of any reference to ‘regulation’:
The Future of Life Institute’s mission is to steer transformative technologies away from extreme, large-scale risks and towards benefiting life. The Future of Life Institute’s mission is to steer transformative technologies away from extreme, large-scale risks and towards benefiting life.
They describe themselves as a community dedicated to ensuring AI is developed safely. These are the men and women you are being asked to trust. However, if you go a bit deeper it doesn’t take long to see those who are supporting this, all under the guise of external advisors. No wonder Rishi Sunak wanted Elon Musk involved in his AI safety summit. Indeed, the Institute boast many familiar supporters and advisors, including the late Stephen Hawking and Morgan Freeman, who are scattered amongst a host of academics from Oxford, Stanford, Cambridge and Johns Hopkins Universities. Do you trust them?
Vaccine shedding finally proven
Thanks to our friend and expert, Cheryl Grainger, for sending me Igor Chudov’s latest newsletter. Here is the latest study. Evidence for Aerosol Transfer of SARS–CoV–2-specific Humoral Immunity shows:
Evaluation of samples in this fashion revealed that high intranasal IgG in vaccinated parents was significantly associated (p-value = 0.01) with a 0.38 increase in the log transformed intranasal IgG gMFIs within a child from the same household.
How do they know this? The evidence is in the masks. I guess we have to be thankful for some small mercies. Speculation over; shedding does exist.
Stories in Brief
GP gets 6-month suspension for 'vitriolic' Covid jab comments
Dr Mary McCloskey, a GP from Londonderry who spoke the truth and spoke up for her patients during Covid, has been punished.
Despite an unblemished career, she has received a six month suspension from her role as a GP. She warned her patients and the public that tests and face masks were being used as a psychological weapon to spread fear (which is correct). She also said that the pandemic was a figment of the media and Government and that the jabs were killing people and didn’t work. She also warned parents against getting their children vaccinated to ‘protect’ them from something that didn’t kill them. Bravo, Dr McCloskey. I do hope that we get to speak together at some point in the near future.
United States infant mortality rises for the first time in 20 years
A National Centre for Health Statistics report has revealed that for the first time in twenty years, the infant mortality rate in the United States rose 3% between 2021 and 2022. Until last year, the death rate in the under-1-year-old age group had been declining for the last two decades. This equates to 5.6 infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Why? There is of course, no mention of any research into whether either parent was vaccinated, or whether mRNA injection in pregnancy or administration of monoclonal antibodies could be a contributory or causal factor.
Getting Cancer in your 20s or 30s is now the ‘norm’
Figures from the Florida Cancer Connect Collaborative showed rates for all cancer diagnoses jumped 15 per cent among people in their 20s and 30s between 2010 and 2020—three times faster than the national average.
Experts cannot understand why this is happening but are keen to apportion blame to poor diet, antibiotic usage and fungal infections. Perhaps they should talk to Professor Chris Flowers with regard to ‘turbo cancer’ and the serious adverse effects from the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid–19 vaccination.
Eye drops that may cause an eye infection or blindness
Some pretty hard-hitting headlines this week. Customers are being warned against using more than 24 eye drop products sold over the counter in the USA.
CVS and Rite Aid are amongst those said to have been manufactured in unsanitary conditions and to have become contaminated. The FDA ordered an immediate recall of all the lots that were affected since they could potentially cause eye infections, which in turn could lead to blindness. Eye drops should always be sterile because they are administered directly into the eye, which will bypass some of the body’s natural defences.
Strokes could be transmissible through blood transfusion
ZeroHedge reports on a new study which found that there was a link between blood transfusions of some donors and recipients. It would appear that after donation, some donors developed multiple spontaneous brain bleeds, and this could be linked to a higher risk in some recipients of blood products. You can see where this is going, can’t you? This study strongly suggests there is a link between strokes and blood transfusion.
The study found evidence that cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) presents ‘prion like’ transmissivity. Prion disease has been associated with bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), alias ‘mad cow disease’, a brain disorder in cattle that can be transmitted to humans through contaminated meat. Scientists seem to believe that blood transfusions could carry the same risk as contaminated meat. I would like to direct all those scientists to our interview with Roger Meacock, a consultant veterinary surgeon, who shares his fears of the potential links between mRNA injections and prion disease.
Our regular audience will recall our concerns at UK Column of the potential dangers of blood transfusions post Covid–19 injection. Currently, there are no checks and balances, and with many victims of the Hepatitis-Infected Blood scandal still awaiting compensation nearly four decades on, we still cannot be sure that the blood that we receive, should we need it, is safe.
Killer Jab? 24% say someone they know died from Covid–19 vaccine
Rasmussen reports that nearly a quarter of Americans believe they knew someone who died as a result of a Covid–19 vaccination side effect. Let that sink in. An online survey states that 69% of those surveyed said they didn’t know anyone who had died post vaccination, but 24% of US adults said they did. Furthermore, they have indicated that they may be willing to become plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against vaccine makers.
AI headteacher robo
Thanks to Peter for sending me this story. Cottesmore Prep School in West Sussex has developed a robot to support the headmaster. Using the robot to give Tom Rogerson advice on how to support fellow members of staff and help pupils, the robot has been appointed officially as ‘principal headteacher’. Whatever next, robot pupils? Next week, I will tell you about xenobots, the first self replicating robot.
Bill Gates/Quantoom Bio Science – low cost mRNA platform
A company called Quantoom Bio Science are ‘reinventing mRNA’ and have developed a new platform that will make it cheaper and easier to build and run factories that can be adapted to make different mRNA vaccines. Bill Gates has invested £40 million to scale up local mRNA vaccines in low and middle income countries.
King Charles to give opening address at COP 28
It seems now Liz Truss is no longer in a position to advise the King against attending. He is now lined up to open COP 28, which is to be held in the United Arab Emirates from 30 November to 12 December 2023. King Charles will also be meeting leaders from many countries and enthusiastically getting his sausage like fingers into every climate pie available.
Film of the week
Thanks to Pip for sending me the trailer to Dinesh D’Souza’s new film: Police State.
In the UK, we traditionally light fireworks on 5 November when Guy Fawkes infamously tried to blow up Parliament with gunpowder. However, it didn’t seem right this year to hear all the fireworks exploding knowing what those in Gaza and Ukraine must be hearing and experiencing. No familiar pops and bangs for them, just bombs and missiles. Gunpowder isn’t pretty, it is deadly.
Do you have a plan? This is going to be my message every week. For those who don’t, now is the time to make one. Do you have a full tank of fuel? As prices are set to soar, perhaps keeping yourself topped up as opposed to filling from empty may be a good idea? And thanks to one of our valuable members, Luzdoh, who posted her tips on cat litter in our forums—they were noted.
As a regular and repeated flood survivor, I am waiting for Storm Debi; I do hope it doesn’t disappoint. South West Water, take note, I am watching and I am a force to be reckoned with, especially with the wind in my sewer sails.
Until next week, keep smiling!
And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. John 14:3