The “Cummings effect”: UK Government scurries to stay ahead of lockdown disintegration

Isn’t it obvious? On the Friday ahead of the bank holiday weekend just gone, when people were set to pack sun-drenched beaches (and to demonstrate that UK Government had no power to enforce a lockdown), a pathetic little weeks-old tale of Dominic Cummings, senior adviser to Boris Johnson, is dragged up in corporate-media to become an over-prolonged More...

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By P W Laurie On Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
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The Covid-19 science problem; Part Three: cover up, omission, muddle

Real Covid-19 deaths are iatrogenic. It means they are caused by illness in turn caused by medical treatment. There is no new SARS coronavirus, but instead only a new environment enriched for the 2003 one, or a More...

By P W Laurie On Saturday, April 25th, 2020

No surprises as Covid-19’s exceptionality remains ignored and unreported; ACE2 crops up again

How incredible it is that British people have submitted to the UK Government resorting to issuing permissions, and have allowed it a right to do so all in the name of a disease that they know nothing about. Ask More...

By P W Laurie On Sunday, March 29th, 2020

ICNARC’s new “Covid-19” report: the disease is still discriminatory (despite efforts to find young and healthy victims); peak hinted at?

The Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC) has released another report regarding so-called Covid-19 patients admitted into critical care units, and as reported to ICNARC up to midnight on 26 More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, February 27th, 2020

Government fights to retake the initiative as BBC looks to get slaughtered by licence fee refusal

It will not have escaped the reader’s notice that in recent weeks the nation has been having a debate about the funding of the BBC. At least, this is how the people who set the agenda for political discourse would More...

By P W Laurie On Friday, February 14th, 2020

At last a proper understanding of “Blade Runner”: a retelling of Masonic lore

Continuing the informal and infrequent series in which literary criticism of movies reveals the retelling of Masonic lore, this article is dedicated to a film that seems to have evaded proper scrutiny and articulation More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

The Midsomer Murder solved? Part One: an abundance of DNA, after all

The reader might be very surprised to learn that the Surrey and Sussex police force has “solved” the Midsomer Murder mystery – otherwise known as the so-called Valerie Graves case. The nickname, the reader More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

It’s Brexit Party snakeoil, however the stars align: the conjunction of Bilderberg, Trump and Peterborough

Our reaction to discovering that “Brexit” was listed as a topic of discussion at the American top-heavy Bilderberg group meeting that took place this weekend just gone should be one of “what the hell has it More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

For the simple sake of disruption and discombobulation: the Gavin Williamson sacking

Because someone needs to, let us be the ones, dear reader, to think a little while upon the sacking of Gavin Williamson from his role in the UK Government as Defence Secretary.  Those people who remain silly enough More...

By P W Laurie On Saturday, April 20th, 2019

Notre Dame, Assange, and the non-existent Skripal ducks; alternative media does its thing

Notre Dame. To mimic Woody Allen in the film, Manhattan Murder Mystery, it was an accidental fire, folks. The original line in the movie from whence the phrase has been adapted is “it was a coronary, folks” More...