Category: Politics

Neil Ferguson needs no vaccine

Professor Neil Ferguson doing a video interview.

2Sam 1:27 How are the mighty fallen, and the weapons of war perished! David says ‘How are the mighty fallen’ three times in his lament for Saul and Jonathan, ‘the beauty of Israel’. But the expression has passed into our culture. And none has been mightier in recent weeks than the false prophet of doom, …

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Covid-19 Lockdown not science-based

Damning evidence about the effects of the lockdown, how the lockdown is not itself evidence-based, how the Imperial College Professor Ferguson paper is not even science, not even speculation, but intended to elicit a particular response from governments, is now emerging. By the way, you simply must also read ‘Coronavirus lockdown and what you are …

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Stop DIY Abortions!

This baby at six weeks already has a beating heart.

P.S. Praise God, the Government decision to allow DIY abortions has since been reversed. Email your MP from this link; you have to click on their name twice to reach their email address. But now ask your MP to ask the Government to recommend Good Friday to Her Majesty as a day of prayer for …

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Lock-down ‘putting lives at risk’

Dr Sucharit Bhakdi

The new UK Government-announced lock-down is putting people’s lives at risk, according to a leading microbiologist. Indeed, Dr Sucharit Bhakdi, an infectious medicine specialist, says the UK response is ‘Grotesque, absurd and very dangerous.’ The softly-spoken Professor Bhakdi is one of the most highly cited medical research scientists in Germany. P.S. Thursday: Email your MP …

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General Election – the final push

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Tory Leadership Candidates assessed

Not just Boris Johnson but the House of Commons now faces a Brexit Dilemma.

Ten Conservative MPs are in the race to become their party’s leader and our next prime minister. Ten Leadership Candidates The candidates are: Environment Secretary Michael Gove Health Secretary Matt Hancock Former Chief Whip Mark Harper Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt Home Secretary Sajid Javid Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson Previous Leader of the House Andrea …

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