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By Pete Moore On September 20th, 2020 at 9:06 pm

This piece is an absolute must-read, particularly for anyone under the misapprehension that the Wuhan Flu is surging back. The PCR test used to detect “cases” is so hopelessly inaccurate that it should not be used at all, according to the author. That author is a biomedical research scientist, Dr Mike Yeadon. Using the government’s own statistics, he estimates that “false positive” tests are in the range of 89-94%.

Say’s it all

By Patrick Van Roy On September 20th, 2020 at 3:14 pm

Sunday Music

By Patrick Van Roy On September 20th, 2020 at 2:33 pm

Worth it

By Patrick Van Roy On September 19th, 2020 at 11:46 pm

Jim Caviezel speaking about his new movie Infidel

I’ve been looking for this clip most of the day. I couldn’t find it on the Fox feed, but apprently this little 5 min segment hit a nerve with someone besides me and they improvised. I hope you take the time, but you have to watch the whole thing or you’ll miss the passion.


By Pete Moore On September 19th, 2020 at 7:53 pm

Good? Not good? It could be worse. Be thankful your name isn’t Primoz Roglic, who has just blown winning the Tour de France, for the first time, on the penultimate day. He had a 57-second margin over his compatriot, fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, going into today’s time trial. Roglic is the better time triallist and was the red hot favourite to ride into Paris in the morning as the winner. He bonked and fell 59-seconds behind. That’s a man who won’t be sleeping well tonight.

Neither will Romain Poite, the referee in the Clermont vs Racing 92 match I’ve just watched. Because rugby referees are mic’d up we’ve just been treated to Poite coughing his guts up for 80 minutes. He needs a Wuhan Flu check pronto. Racing won but he might have infected the entire team. Saracens, who were perfect at times in beating Leinster earlier, will be hoping so.


By Pete Moore On September 19th, 2020 at 7:42 pm

You’re getting decent food, at last.

The first shipments of British beef is being prepared for the US for the first time in more than 20 years, representing a ‘historic moment’ for UK farmers [,,,]

It comes after market access for UK beef was granted in March of this year, following the US’s longstanding ban on EU beef – introduced in the wake of the BSE outbreak in 1996.

This isn’t just beef. This is British beef, the finest beef you can chomp on. None of your hormone-filled Frankenstein food that you’re used to either (I read that in The Guardian). I’ve had your Jap Wagyu beef and your Argie Longhorn and all the rest, but British beef is the best. The others are good, but it’s not British beef.

And don’t go pouring your plastic cheese on it either.

Targeting families for Execution

By Patrick Van Roy On September 19th, 2020 at 2:20 pm


Two New Jersey cops at home with their newborn baby were “targeted” by gunmen who riddled the house with bullets in what officials described as the latest attack on police officers across the country.

The husband-and-wife cops and their 10-day-old girl escaped injury when six rounds ripped into their house in Camden, New Jersey — with two slugs tearing through the front door, Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki said.

Investigators haven’t uncovered a motive for the unprovoked shooting, but it’s “very common knowledge” that the two Camden County officers live there, Wysocki said.

“I do know that this is a targeted attack against this residence where the officers reside,”

She couldn’t wait two more months…….

By Patrick Van Roy On September 19th, 2020 at 5:42 am

1960: In 1960, Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter rejected Ginsburg for a clerkship position due to her gender.
2002: In 2002, Ginsburg was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
2015: In 2015, Ginsburg and Scalia, known for their shared love of opera, were fictionalized in Scalia/Ginsburg, an opera by Derrick Wang.
2016: During three separate interviews that were conducted in July 2016, Ginsburg criticized presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, telling The New York Times and the Associated Press that she did not want to think about the possibility of a Trump presidency.
2018: Another film, On the Basis of Sex, focusing on Ginsburg’s career struggles fighting for equal rights, was released later in 2018; its screenplay was named to the Black List of best unproduced screenplays of 2014.
2020: By January 2020, Ginsburg was cancer-free.

Except she wasn’t.

I disagreed with the majority of Justice Ginsberg rulings. She was not a Constitutionalist she was Political. Her decisions were based on her feelings about the issue not on whether or not the case she was ruling on met Constitutional Standards.

The job of every Supreme Court Justice is to REVIEW Laws and Case Rulings against the Constitution, nothing else. Ginsberg did not do this, she was going to “Fix Things” as she once said.

As a Woman and as a Person she is an example that everyone should follow. She broke barriers and excelled at everything she set her mind to letting nothing deter her even decades of fighting Cancer. She is and should be an icon of Pride and Commitment.

Now the battle to replace her begins. She will not be replaced before the Election, but her death will greatly influence it. Trump has a List of who would replace her, so far Biden has refused to provide a list of Judges of who he would choose.

Who this argument will benefit when it comes to the election is a toss up. Will it inspire Democrats to come out or will it cause Republicans to come out ?

Either way 45 days before a Presidential election the passing of THE Liberal Anchor on the Court adds gas for the fire on both sides.

R.I.P. Ruth, and thank you for your service. Godspeed.


By David Vance On September 18th, 2020 at 10:03 pm

He may be 75 but he can spot Coronabollocks a mile off. He is now, predictably, the subject of cancel culture.

Northern Ireland’s health minister has described three new songs by Sir Van Morrison that protest against coronavirus lockdowns as “dangerous”.


In the lyrics, Sir Van claims scientists are “making up crooked facts” to justify measures that “enslave” the population. “The new normal, is not normal,” he sings. “We were born to be free”. Health Minister Robin Swann said if Sir Van had scientific facts he should present them.

Now look, the JOB of artists is to challenge, confront, inform. There are PROTEST songs, and one is not required to either listen or agree. But the childish tantrum from our Covid bed wetting media is a wonder to behold. If Van Morrison wants to push out protest songs I say good on him. He is getting a lot of hate today but I’m sure his momma told him there’d be days like this.



By Pete Moore On September 18th, 2020 at 7:38 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

Another week done at the coalface of capitalism, and what a busy week it’s been. By now all that stands between economic recovery and economic disaster is my alarm clocks, all four of them. If they fail to rouse me from my golden slumbers we’ve had it.

So a rushed Music Night because I’d almost forgotten the sounds. It’s the little things that can make a tune. The little lifts and dips, the slight change in tempo. They act on us. Listen to the opening line of this Bolan belter. Listen to the harmonic lift right at the end: “Whatever happened to the teenage dree-EEEAM?” Love it. It absolutely hits my spot, that does. Have fun whatever you’re up this weekend. It’s chock-a-block with European rugby, so that’s me sorted.

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