MICHAEL WALSH EDITOR: We are what we eat is a saying that stays good over time. My infant sons were under 18-months of age when they caught whooping cough. A serious disease whoever it affects but often lethal when infants are afflicted.
A massive crowd of anti-repression residents marched through Melbourne to protest the vaccination of 5 to 11-year-olds. Thousands of mask less demonstrators took to the streets of Melbourne on Saturday to decry the Australian regime’s decision to greenlight Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as five.
A person visiting Poland for the first time may spot an unfamiliar inscription in white chalk on doors they pass – ‘K+M+B’ or ‘C+M+B’. The tradition of writing these letters has its origin in the 18th century. During the communist regime, many Poles continued this tradition as a demonstration of their own beliefs.
Increasingly common in big cities’ ‘papers please’ society. When it comes to controversies surrounding Covid mandates, particularly vaccine passes, the rift these are causing in societies around the world will obviously have to get worse before it gets better.
Using government underfunded failing hospitals as the excuse for infanticide, UK National Health Service (NHS) is asking families of disabled minors whether they should be saved in the event their heart stopped beating.
A generation that walked to school and came back alone
A generation that did their homework to go out and play in the street as soon as possible.
IRONIC that whilst children warm their small hands on the propaganda deploring the Reich’s placing on bonfires pornographic and Communist promoting books their backs are warmed by the biggest bonfire of books since the Bolsheviks seized power in Russia in 1917.
Many are broken-hearted by the inhumanity of politicians, the Press, avaricious corporates who like vultures tear at the last ligaments of their bankrupted victims. In a world ruled by a lack of compassion and empathy, is often overlooked the almost fairy tale goodness not of corporate godfathers but of ordinary people doing what is today the most extraordinary things.
The Fêtes de Saint-Nicolas return to Nancy from November 19, 2021, to January 2, 2022. 40 days of festivities with, as a highlight, the Saint-Nicolas Weekend on December 4 and 5.
Again and again the refrain by the ruling elite and their on-message media – it is for your own good: As a policy, the Westminster regime sent children across the world to new lives in institutions where many were abused and used as forced labour.