The coronavirus pandemic has ‘unleashed state corruption on a grand scale’ that is ‘harmful to public health’, a scathing editorial in medical journal the venerated British Medical Journal says.
The €750 billion bribe based on the European Union’s 27 member states conforming to the demand that they ‘take the knee’ and accept increased quotas of migrants has been rejected by Hungary and Poland.
Stephen Ellison, British Consul General in the Chinese Chongqing municipality, has been hailed as a hero after being filmed jumping into a river and saving a woman from drowning.
Disturbingly, those with present experience of life in the Soviet Union from the 1970s to the collapse of the USSR in 1990 are nostalgic about their life in the former Soviet Bloc.
Britain’s Labour Party, the only contender for power in parliament, is to mount a campaign that will make it illegal to publish in any form criticism of the Westminster regime’s promotion of vaccination.
Perhaps fearing the long arm of the law, old-Etonian Boris Johnson faces a Tory uprising as 50 MPs join new resistance group. The embattled public schoolboy faces another Tory uprising as 50 MPs join a new resistance group calling for an end to coronavirus lockdown measures.
The head of the British government’s Vaccine Taskforce may have personally profited from a $65 million investment of taxpayers’ money into a firm managed by a venture fund in which she holds a managerial post.
‘The greatest want of the world is the want of men, men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true and honest; men who do not fear to call sin by its right name; men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole; men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.’ – Ellen G. White.
Well, not quite but such comment from the political elite suggests the hypocrisy of legislators or is an indication of how lacking in empathy they are.