Americans and the people of Great Britain, Europe, Canada, and Australia have heard for decades that they live in ‘the free world.’
I was in my twenties when the highly respected broadsheet (before tabloids) Daily Telegraph published a centrefold comparing ordinary not university education then (1960s) and 1900.
The life-threatening issue is much more widespread than the public realises. The recent Dispatches programme and article in the Times by journalist Matthew Syed highlighted the plight of whistle-blowers in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) citing the case of Peter Duffy, a consultant surgeon, working for the Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust. Faced with failures at the trust in the emergencies department he expressed concern for patients who subsequently died from kidney sepsis.
The Virginia school board at the centre of a row over its gender-affirmation policies and alleged critical race theory (CRT) curriculum has been accused by a parent of teaching primary schoolers that white people are born evil.
Why live one life when by purchasing and reading books and novels you can live as many lives as you wish? You can accompany explorers, share the fields of conflict with the servicemen of many nationalities. You can fall in love with beautiful women and travel, solve crimes and be a part of any unfolding drama. Dilemma: With millions of titles available our problem as book buyers is to discover a novel that will turn us into a Paige Turner.
For example, I remember the times when butter was healthy. The natural farm produced butter was put in hot porridge, spread on bread, grease pancakes. Oil was very healthy, especially for children.
I stand in the archway of the building where Dr Eduard Bloch had his home and surgery: the Palais Weissenwolff at No. 12 Landstrasse. Embedded in the wall is a beautiful, wrought-iron disc bearing the words Haus Glocke (House Bell) running in raised letters around the outside.
In Moscow, a student was awarded for reporting the purchase of a fake vaccination certificate by his parents. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin handed the iPhone 13 Pro Max to a 10th-grade student in one of the capital’s schools, who two weeks ago informed the mayor about a fake vaccination certificate for his parents.
A fearful Australian nurse writes about the censored culling of Australians on the Aussie Cossack YouTube channel after watching his video. Aussie Cossack: Annastacia Palaszczuk Issues a Threat to the People!’
According to the Russian president, the current battle for equal rights in some Western nations has turned into a phantasmagorical farce. NOTE: Phantasmagorical describes something with a dreamlike, fantastical, unreal, deceptive, or shifting appearance, like an optical illusion.