THE FINE ART OF SEEING THE INVISIBLE

By Mark Playne This example of lateral thinking by WW2 Abraham Wald reminded me of the logical gap we face in the worldwide medical information war of 2022. Just as in Plato's cave, the viewers or shadows never understood the idea a 3D object blocking a light source–forming a 2D shadow on a wall–we are... Continue Reading →

Canada geese also flock together

Time and again I have heard international expert virologist, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, say that the more jabs people take the more it weakens their God-given immune systems. Even when the evidence of this wisdom solidifies into statistical graphics it seems all people, including doctors, choose to ignore it. Let's take Canada for example. It has... Continue Reading →

Death Caps courtesy of WEF

Anyone using high-tech electronic hardware and software is under attack from those who produce such technology. 21st century gadgets are designed to control society. They can also be used to kill. They are being used to kill. Computers and phones, and the networks through which they function, form part of a global plan to subjugate... Continue Reading →

Beatles – time to let go

There comes a time when icons of the past need to be reassessed as to what they stand for and for what they stood. Paul McCartney at 80 last night enjoyed a late-in-life moment of exposure at the Glastonbury festival but disgraced himself showing partisan support for an ongoing war by waving a Ukrainian flag.... Continue Reading →

The last days of the Azot

You can be forgiven if you don’t know about it but yesterday (Saturday 25 June) news came in about the evacuation of civilians from the Azot Chemical plant. A correspondent for Izvestia, Yaraslov Bogat, reports that around 800 civilians were released. The main concern of Russia during its special operation to free the Donbas region... Continue Reading →

Priti Patel’s Five Eyes

It is more than 6 years since the UN working group on arbitrary detention found Julian Assange to be arbitrarily detained. At that time he was still in the Embassy of Equador having at least a little protection under diplomatic immunity. A change in government in Equador soon changed that, with the US pulling Lenin... Continue Reading →

Foreign mercenaries at the Azot plant

Russia, with its usual care for civilian lives, is still proceeding with caution at the Azot chemical plant. As it did with the Azovstal factory complex in Mariupol getting civilians out unharmed is the main priority. According to an Izvestia report civilians originally sheltered at the plant from the bombing but are now being held... Continue Reading →

Two British mercenaries sentenced to death

According to reports on social media two British mercenaries have been sentenced to death together with a Moroccan. While this needs independently verifying it is a strong possibility and a predictable outcome mentioned in a TASS article below. It is unlikely that a DPR court will go easy on captives considering how the people there... Continue Reading →

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