In 1996 Yevgeny Yevtushenko came to Birmingham, a key participant in Birmingham Readers' and Writers' Festival. He was promoting the English translation of his novel "Don't Die Before You're Dead." We got chatting afterwards, he was partial to an English pint and there was other common ground. We both wrote poetry, both cycled and both... Continue Reading →
Has the great “vaccine” plan been thwarted?
Thanks to the work of Craig Paardekooper people playing Russian roulette with Big Pharma’s toxic injections must take heed. He has created a link on his website which relates to lot numbers called How Bad is my Batch and here people who took the shots can see what damage their batch has caused. Two observations... Continue Reading →
Dickens and three more up-to-date novels
With Christmas over we must continue to enjoy ourselves and forget about the nonsense self-interested politicians have visited upon us, and no doubt propose further to visit upon us in 2022, like some ghost of Christmas yet-to-come. We know from Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” that Scrooge was just having a nightmare in his futuristic vision... Continue Reading →
Animal Farm come to life
Today I am urging all my readers to consider an article just published by Kit Knightly co-editor of OffGuardian. It is indicative of what is happening in our emerging fascist world. You may have noticed that the slogan during summer was Hands, Face, Space - catchy as the Soviet: Bread, Peace, Land - but now... Continue Reading →
Thomas Hardy – what a laugh!
Last night was taken up with serious research into a fatality presumed by some to have been, and from my mind almost certainly was, a murder. The police have charged nobody and a statement went out almost immediately from the authorities that Dr Jeff Bradstreet had committed suicide from a gunshot wound to the chest.... Continue Reading →
Media lies regarding the Skripals continue like a torrent. Now there is a third man allegedly responsible for the so-called attempted murder of the Skripals conjured up by disinformation specialists. Sergey Fedotov, is the supposed alias of a Russian agent in this latest manifestation in a saga which has seen the Skripal house taken apart... Continue Reading →
The seduction of young Thimble
“A thousand good fabrications speak much louder than a standard column inch.” That’s what ‘Call me Jake’, Rory’s boss and associate editor, told him when he first started at the Drudge Online. Look at him now a few months later! Wow! Trainee in the morning ── fully-blown reporter by the time the sun fell over... Continue Reading →