UK Column News – 27th July 2020
Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and David Scott with today’s UK Column News.
START – Compulsory face masks and a new anti-obesity drive
Teachers’ unions call for compulsory face masks for schoolchildren…
What is really driving the Covid mask policy…?
As Covid infections fall away to almost nothing, masks become compulsory…?
Government’s creeping regulations are taking more and more power over people…
Asthma UK produces revised mask advice, lacking in factual information
UK Column viewer email regarding the danger of masks
Official mask advice is reckless at minimum – still no risk assessments provided
15:26 – My Last Will and Testament: Covid threat to last for ever…?
Chaos continues: Vietnam evacuates 80,000 from city after 3 positive Covid-19(84) cases
CV testing is creating much of the hype and furore surrounding the ‘pandemic’
UKC viewer email regarding Covid-19 and high level NHS opinion on Covid…
20:56 – NHS to benefit from £13.4 billion debt write-off…? Where is the money coming from…?
David Scott writes to the Scottish government with NHS debt write-off questions
October 2018: SNP to write off £150 million of debt from Scotland’s hospitals
Precious metal: gold hits a new record high in UK and USA as Dollar freefall accelerates
Jim Grant (Grant’s Interest Rate Observer): a most curious juxtaposition
ZeroHedge: is the ‘monetary moment’ sparking a loss of faith in FIAT…?
A new historical time is upon us: what will happen next…?
All of this is happening under the smokescreen of Covid…
West Sussex County Council: an ‘Economy Reset Plan’ is in the offing
The ‘great reset’ is coming down to the local level – more ‘climate change’ agenda ahead
BBC: Covid agenda pushed hard but virtually nothing on the state of economy
BoE Chief Economist Andrew Haldane: there had been a V-shaped bounceback
40:55 – Defence Secretary Wallace: we are putting Space at the heart of Britain’s defence
Russiagate Fake News: Steele dossier now completely debunked
47:03 – BBC: what the heroin industry can teach us about solar power
Almost 80% of Afghan opium now comes from the South-West, including Helmand
BBC report suggests opium production is part of the ‘green’ economy
Afghan opium production virtually stopped in 2001 under the Taliban…
53:27 – Free to Disagree campaign launches in Scotland
Hate Crimes Bill makes it possible for people to be prosecuted over remarks made at the dinner table
Still no definition of ‘hate’…
Book recommendation: The Politics of Heroin by Alfred W. McCoy