Month: August 2022

I’m Talking to YOU – Message To The Superheroes

In today’s show originally broadcast on August 20th, 2022, international news presenter Andy Hitchcock presents a show entitled, ACH (1884) I’m Talking To YOU #30 – Message To The Superheroes is an unscripted solo show covering a variety of topics, which is only available on Andy’s website, and unlike his other shows, is not syndicated elsewhere.

Medvedev urges Europeans to topple their regimes and we will hear you

Deputy head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev believes that citizens of European countries are dissatisfied with the policies of their governments. In particular, sanctions against Russia, which, according to him, provoke ‘freezing accommodation’ and ‘empty shelves in stores and refrigerators.’ In this regard, the Europeans should call to account their governments, Medvedev said.

The Oldest Love Letter

Although 23 years have passed since I missed that telephone call, I never forgot the message left on the answering machine. The caller was one of the world’s most successful balladeers. Charlie Landsborough’s voice was unmistakable as he thanked me for the impact my poetry had on him.

Westminster Regime panics as the Can’t Pay Won’t Pay movement gathers speed

Threat and scare tactics are being spread by state media to discourage citizens attracted to strike against paying soaring energy bills. Amid fast-growing support in the UK for the Don’t Pay movement, which is trying to get the government to back down from raising energy prices, an executive at energy company Utilita warned that refusing to pay their electricity bills would cause ‘all sorts of problems’ for people. 

Britons are fast being replaced by Mohammed and other non-Europeans

Newly released data on live births in the United Kingdom point to rapidly changing demographic trends in the country, with nearly 3 in 10 births in the U.K. to women who were not born in the U.K. The data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that last year 179,726, or 28.8 per cent of births were to foreign-born women. Meanwhile, 445,055 babies last year were to U.K.-born women.