Entries by

Why Has Bill Gates Been Paying Off So Many Bad Actors ?

If you fancy amusing yourself, take a look at the people and entities that the World Economic Forum follows on Twitter. We have an Excel spreadsheet available on request, thanks to our friends at Flycast Media. There are just over 500 on that list, and that list makes for intriguing reading. You can see for […]

Night of the Wrong Wives

Its codeword was ‘Kolibri’ (the German for Hummingbird) – the instruction given to the death squads on the day of the purge. The ‘Night of the Long Knives’ was actually nights plural, taking place between 30th June and 2nd July 1934. At least 85 political opponents to Adolf Hitler were liquidated; some estimates run as […]

The Crony Virus Chronicles

The story so far. How did half the world end up in lockdown ? A plausible timeline is as follows: Winter 2019 – a new virus emerges in Wuhan, China. While China dithers, the WHO – a Chinese-sponsored bad actor – exaggerates the fatality risk. See The Price of Panic for more. China adopts PsyOps […]

Ghost train

Halloween in central London was a more than usually subdued affair this year. No bands of over-excited children roaming the damp streets in pursuit of a sugar rush. A handful of indifferently carved pumpkins squatting sourly on doorsteps. Boris Johnson fatuously conducting another lockdown dance of the seven veils. How could it have been otherwise, […]

The Great Reset

“If you’ve ever wondered which side you’d be on in 1930s Germany, now you know.”   Tweet by Creative Deduction, @CreativeDeduct, 25th October 2020.   We can probably all agree by now that “Have you tried turning it off and then back on again ?” is no way to run a country. That may be […]

The Demon-Haunted World

“We’ve arranged a global civilization in which most crucial elements profoundly depend on science and technology. We have also arranged things so that almost no one understands science and technology. This is a prescription for disaster. We might get away with it for a while, but sooner or later this combustible mixture of ignorance and […]

In the mouth of madness

“I became insane, with long periods of horrible sanity.”   Edgar Allan Poe.   It is nearly a year since a new virus emerged in China and rapidly spread around the world. During those months, what have we learnt ?   China cannot be trusted.   The World Health Organisation is politically compromised by its […]

A brief history of economic policy triumphs

“If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in five years there’d be a shortage of sand.”   Milton Friedman.   Shortly before President Trump was diagnosed with coronavirus last week, two Boeing E-6B Mercury planes took off from each of the US coasts. The planes in question can be used […]