From the beginning of this crisis we have been pointing out that there are two mutually contradictory messages at the heart of the covid19 rollout, and, just as Orwell describes in 1984, a major point of the exercise seems to be to get people to beli
"This has become a middle-class wet dream of what the revolutionary overthrow of capitalism would look like."
Worship of health workers reaches new level of hysteria.
Police in the UK are apparently investigating people online who post tweets critical of the coronavirus lockdown.
Announcing Germany's surrender and the end of war in Europe 75 years ago on May 8, 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was quick to acknowledge the vital role played by the Soviet Union in the Allied victory over Germany: "Today, perha
Scientist Who Insisted on "Lockdown Orders" Steps Down After Breaking #Quarantine Twice To See Lover
Obnoxious BBC Smart-Ass Spouts Neocon Gibberish at China's UK Ambassador, Who Hits Back Hard (Hardtalk Interview)
The UK scientist whose doomsday predictions triggered a massive lockdown on both sides of the Atlantic has resigned his government advisory position, amid claims he broke the strict lockdown rules he pushed to meet his married lover.
The issue of China's Huawei and its 5G technology is creating deep tensions once again between the US and some European allies, this time threatening the usually iron-clad Anglo-American relationship and defense ties.
"I was mortified."
Cancer victims forgotten, vital operations cancelled and ghost town A&Es where patients fear to tread - a devastating exposé of how those WITHOUT coronavirus are shamefully left behind
Councillor says message is an affront to diversity.
British researchers are trialing a new blockchain-based certificate designed to manage COVID-19 risks across supply chains.
PUBS could remain closed until Christmas in a devastating blow to the trade. Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove refused to rule out the possibility yesterday.
Almost everything we thought we knew about the first outbreak of Covid-19 could be wrong, if a team of scientists led by the University of Cambridge turns out to be correct
New overspill hospital may now never be used.
Enforcement of lockdown becoming more absurdly draconian.
Update (0400ET): Stefan Lofven, Sweden's prime minister, said today that after taking a "flexible" approach to restricting movements within its borders, the country's coronavirus measures were "not good enough."
A police force in the UK has bragged that its officers may be 'hiding in the shadows' ready to catch people who have picnics in rural locations.
"The virus does not stop on your front garden."
It is perhaps not a coincident that global-warming hysteria and coronavirus panic are both based on discredited computer models generated at Imperial College in the UK. In this article, Patrick Wood, Publisher of Technocracy News, delves into the his
People want to know: just how bad is the COVID-19 virus and is fighting it worth the destruction of the world's economic and financial system while disrupting the lives of hundreds of millions of people? The story behind the story will make it clea
They're responsible for a LOT MORE disasters, will THEY pay for that?
In Historic Move, BOE Becomes First Central Bank To Openly Monetize Deficit
Several cell towers in the UK were set on fire, and 5G engineers were harassed following the online spread of evidence that coronavirus symptoms can be created by 5G EMF.
Some more uppates from Bloomberg:
In a rare speech, the monarch thanked people for following government rules to stay at home and praised those "coming together to help others".
Politics is downstream of culture.
A study by the University of Oxford indicates COVID-19 reached the UK by mid-January and already may have infected half the population. The results suggest that the coronavirus is not as nearly as serious as claimed by the Imperial College, which pre