UK Column News – 5th August 2020

UK Column News – 5th August 2020

Towards the end of the show Alex Thomson (51 mins) analyzes the explosion in Beirut. He more or less comes to a similar conclusion that I did by way of deduction. Firstly, it was no accident despite the orange clouds caused by fertilizer. Secondly, although I thought at first that it was Israel bombing a Hezbollah rocket factory the fact that America (Trump) said that it was a bomb made me think it was not Israel because otherwise Trump would have deflected and said it was an accident.  Moreover, the Lebanese said it was an accident…then they more or less said that someone would pay.  So, I got to thinking that maybe it was Turkey who did the dirty deed. They are in Syria and Hezbollah are supported by Iran…so perhaps?  Then I heard Alex Thomson and it makes sense.

Firstly, the port area that was bombed was Sunni Muslim not Shiite (Hezbollah). Secondly, Turkey is involved in Libya as well as Syria.  Turkey is supplying weapons via Syria and through Lebanon to Libya.  The US and France recently warned Turkey (and Italy) to back down over Libya. The suggestion is that Turkey was covering the tracks of a weapons rat run to to Libya (Tripoli). This would be in support of Haftar.

I have also included (below) Alex’s first podcast from Eastern approaches. Well worth a listen to get an idea of what Erdogan is up to. He has a knack for turning everyone into his enemy. After the podcast I have placed a couple of tweets about the explosion.

https://youtu.be/D_7aAlMc_3I

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and Alex Thomson with today’s UK Column News.

START – Councils can demolish contaminated buildings to stop CV ‘second wave’
The ‘Covid-19 Contain framework’ – to enable a ‘more normal way of life’
Restrictions could include: closing businesses, restrictions on movement & gatherings
‘Contaminated’ buildings, conveyances or structures could be destroyed under order
A very serious attack on free speech is coming…
Government wants power taken from the people and given to local authorities – the ‘city state’
UK government is introducing soviet policy into modern Britain
Unlimited power: government is now reviewing the judicial review process…
14:23 – UK Column gets hit by Newsguard on 30 July with some loaded questions
The Trust Project (2017) – the beginning of control of free speech and media
Newsguard saying that one outlet is to be trusted over another doesn’t make it true
The importance of feelings over facts is mind control
Newsguard: a closer look at this mysterious organisation and its advisory board
Newsguard Managing Director Europe: no transparency at all in her details
Newsguard’s FAQ: a very interesting insight…’let us think for you’
Who provided the $6 million seed funding to start up Newsguard…?
45:15 – Berlin lockdown protest: huge numbers protest about enforced mask wearing
Berlin police statements point to a turn out of up to 1.3 million people
BBC fake news: Berlin protest turn out was 20,000…
UK: Simon Dolan loses court case over ‘draconian’ lockdown
51:07 – Massive Beirut explosion: what happened there yesterday…?
55:34 – Turkey: jihadist terrorist flag displayed in Hagia Sophia
Book recommendation: Beware of Small States by David Hirst
Meet Sir Philip Barton – new permanent under secretary for Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
UK: a coup is underway and a government of occupation is in place

 

What’s Playing At? Turkey’s Neighbourhood Tensions

In the first Eastern Approaches podcast, Gevorg Virats, an analyst of the Near East with particular expertise on religious affairs, joins Alex Thomson to examine why Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya) has been turned from a museum into a mosque, why the city where that building stands has several names, how Turkey is currently developing as a state, and how it relates to its many neighbours in a neighbourhood of continual instability. Is the region—from the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans in the west through to the northernmost Arab states and the Caucasus on Russia’s border—hurtling towards widespread war?

 

Incoming

The incoming tweet might well be a drone sent to film the “fire”.

Some still maintain that it was Israel

UK Column News – 1st July 2020

UK Column News – 1st July 2020

https://youtu.be/_FxfJxYoa3Q

 

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson with today’s UK Column News.

START – Good news: excess mortality rate falls below five-year average
Leicester local lockdown – police to spot-check cars leaving the restricted zone…
Government provides details without showing any evidence to support them
SAGE recommended ramping up fear and turning communities against each other
The Ferguson effect: a similar situation occurred with Foot & Mouth – community division
This policy seems deliberate by the UK ‘government of occupation’
Increased Covid-19 testing will obviously result in an increase in reported cases
Is this a trial run and normalisation of ‘City State’ powers…?
CoronaVirus found in waste water as early as March 2019 in Spain
The spike in excess deaths across the world happened after lockdown…
15:49 – More fear: schools, hospitals and offices told to prepare for ‘marauding’ terror attacks
Mail Online: is your teen secretly struggling with depression…?
Mail Online: workers’ health starts to fail at the age of 59
MSM complains about Covid-19 infodemic – the ‘wrong’ kind of information…
19:28 – David Noakes (GcMAF) contact information
CoronaVirus: Upper Crust owner blames lockdown for 5,000 UK redundancies
Michael Gove quotes Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Brexit comments
Gove suggests that change is coming to the UK Civil Service
Boris announces a ‘new deal’ – ‘the opportunity is massive’
The MainStream Media reaction to Boris…? Nothing, silence…
MSM too busy with vitriolic reaction to removal of British king Mark Sedwill
Jonathan Powell – Cummings versus the Civil Service: this looks very much like a rolling coup
Who is Mark Sedwill’s replacement David Frost…?
41:26 – CoronaVirus ‘pandemic’ was a political scam to destabilise the UK
If power is stripped from Cabinet Office, who will be running UK’s ‘government of occupation’…?
Dominic Cummings plans special bootcamp to teach government advisors…
Policy Exchange: unleashing the power of the Union – ideas for new leadership
As Britain is ‘modernised’ so the ‘government of occupation’ ensures it has protective secrecy
UK Column article: The Global Parliament of Mayors and the Abolition of the Electorate
Britain: a smokescreen of chaos leading to a transformation of UK society
49:27 – FaceBook and Google come to the attention of the Competition & Markets Authority
Another ‘non-profit’ – Stop Hate for Profit gain more companies who have stopped ads on FB
‘Hate’ – an undefined term often used to crush alternative viewpoints
Stop Hate for Profit collaborating with ‘fact checker’ FullFact…
This campaign will only increase censorship and further reduce free speech