UK Column News – 17th June 2020
Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and Alex Thomson with today’s UK Column News.
START – Fake news: MPs legislate to ban protests…
Are these headlines deliberately designed to incite a public reaction…?
Infiltrated…? Guido Fawkes website also publishes the story
08:05 – BLM poster looks suspiciously similar to Ukrainian protest poster
Soros money again…?
‘Hero BLM supporter’ follow-up: who is Patrick Hutchinson…?
Black Lives Matter Ltd company set up on 8 June 2020…
Who is company director David Wilkes-Carmichael…?
Hutchinson’s friends on the day of protest were from a private protection company
21:38 – UK Column article: Do veteran’s lives matter at the Ministry of Defence…?
Political interference…? Civil Service now backing BLM on internal memos…
23:40 – David Noakes (GcMAF) extradited to France
24:44 – Astute UK Column viewer’s email regarding COVID-19 policy in a school
27:15 – The Telegraph: keep quiet on two-metre rule, Sage experts told
Oh dear, cracks are appearing in the social distancing scam
Guardian: NHS warns betting firms against using ‘reckless’ ads to exploit football’s return
UK Column has a related question
NHS team clearly recognise the CV situation and its adverse impact on mental health
The government’s dangerous, covert attack on our minds and mental health
Behavioural Insights Team: the perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased…
NHS Mental Health service likely to morph into a veritable Stasi…
Controlling people through their perception of the world
Wired: an army of volunteers is taking on vaccine disinformation online
The Public Good Project: the science and art of communication for change…
41:40 – Boris announces a new medication for COVID-19: Dexamethasone
MHRA: HydroxyChloroQuine trials stopped (without a fair trial)
Cost of Dexamethasone dose is vastly more than HydroxyChloroQuine
46:47 – Boris announces integration of DfID and Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Is the DfID under too much scrutiny by the public and needs hiding away…?
52:06 – Guardian: with those in power failing us
Guardian gets its underwear in a twist as its ‘broken leaders’ public funding gravy train runs dry
Guardian begging for pennies to support its work protecting those in power