This is a brilliant demolition of Lockdown, distancing, and obsessional hand-washing. Now how come Youtube didn’t censor Bill Maher for saying EXACTLY the same thing many doctors have been (trying) to say on Youtube and have been BANNED?
As people return f[rom] their ‘Stay-cation’ summer holidays, many schools and businesses are now wanting to open up, which poses a dilemma for politicians and government health officials – who risk losing much of the power they’ve managed to accumulate over the last 6 months by fostering an air of “pandemic” hysteria, and by promulgating fears of a second wave of coronavirus ‘cases.’ In this program we show how the main testing systems don’t actually work and how case numbers are being inflated by government in order to justify roll-out an obvious totalitarian and technocrat agenda. All this and more.
Co-hosts Mike Robinson, Patrick Henningsen and David Scott with the early week news round-up. Watch: Continue reading →
There are just seven steps from pandemic declaration to permanent totalitarianism – and many jurisdictions are about to start Step 5
As if it was planned in advance, billions of people around the globe are being forced step by rapid step into a radically different way of life, one that involves far less personal, physical and financial freedom and agency
In 2017, explosive allegations first emerged that the authorities of the Chechen Republic were reportedly interning gay men in concentration camps. After a three year period of dormancy, the accusations have resurfaced in a new feature-length documentary by HBO Films entitled Welcome to Chechnya.
Here is our last night’s Livestream from Ronnie Scott’s Jazz club.
The reaction to the performance was astonishing. Many people were watching us live and shared their thoughts. For the musicians this was a very unique experience. We played in an empty club, yet communicated in real time with so many people around the world. Continue reading →
The jazz historian and poet Dave Oliphant reads selections from his epic poem “KD: A Jazz Biography”, his tribute to trumpet great and master musician Kenny Dorham, born August 30, 1924 in Post Oak, Texas. Continue reading →