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R.I.P. Spence

By Patrick Van Roy On October 20th, 2020 at 7:50 pm

LONDON (AP) — Spencer Davis, a British guitarist and bandleader whose eponymous rock group had 1960s hits including “Gimme Some Lovin’” and “I’m a Man,” has died. He was 81.

Davis’ agent, Bob Birk, said Tuesday that he died in a hospital while being treated for pneumonia. He didn’t give a location, but British media reported that Davis lived in California.

Jeffery Toobin

By Patrick Van Roy On October 20th, 2020 at 3:06 pm

CNN’s top legal analyst, and New Yorker writer has been suspended from his jobs. During a Zoom call with his colleagues he was caught masterbating….. We got the Film

A true Professional

Great Interview

By Patrick Van Roy On October 19th, 2020 at 10:50 pm

DNI Ratcliffe: Hunter Biden’s emails are ‘not part’ of Russian disinformation campaign

David Vance in conversation with Rebecca Butler.

By Patrick Van Roy On October 19th, 2020 at 9:37 pm

Manchester says “No, but Yeah” to Lockdown. Clerics against Brexit take to the pulpit

THE IRISH SINK BACK INTO LOCKDOWN

By Pete Moore On October 19th, 2020 at 9:05 pm

The Irish government is to move the country to the highest level of coronavirus restrictions, broadly similar to the spring lockdown.

Cabinet ministers have agreed to place the country under level five restrictions from midnight on Wednesday in a bid to combat the rise in cases.

Cases”.

Andrew Neil, usually a reliable source for statistics, says that the ROI’s average daily death toll from Covid has been 1 since mid-June. I didn’t miss out any zeros. That’s one. We are governed by closed minded lunatics.

LOCKDOWNS KILL

By Pete Moore On October 19th, 2020 at 6:29 pm

While the BBC reinforces fear on its front page we must dig into the “Health” section for the real news. It’s both heartbreaking and scandalous.

Deaths at home: More than 26,000 extra this year, ONS finds

More men than normal are dying at home from heart disease in England and Wales, and more women are dying from dementia and Alzheimer’s, figures show.

More than 26,000 extra deaths occurred in private homes this year, an analysis by the Office for National Statistics found.

In contrast, deaths in hospitals from these causes have been lower than usual.

The Covid epidemic may have led to fewer people being treated in hospital.

Gee, I wonder if there’s a link to the NHS becoming the National Covid Service for most of the year. You still can’t see a GP. The vets are open so your dog is in luck but if grandad needs a doctor he needn’t bother lifting the phone.

Deaths at home due to heart disease, cancers, respiratory illnesses, dementia and Alzheimers are all hugely above the five year average for the period. We know this. We know that tens of thousands of people have been dying because they have been receiving the attention they need and have paid for. So it’s 26,000 and counting and it’s a toll which will go up for years. Yet still the lockdown addicts demand more and greater lockdowns. The virus is mild to asymptomatic for the vast majority of people who become infected, so we are now at the point of zealotry with these people. Nothing will make them see sense. The Prime Minister, last week, accused people opposed to lockdowns of wanting to let the virus “rip though the country”. What he has done is let all the other diseases and illnesses rip through the country instead.

October 19 1989

By Patrick Van Roy On October 19th, 2020 at 5:55 pm

After serving 15 years in prison, the Guildford Four are released following an investigation that cast doubts on their confessions. The four men had been sentenced to life in prison for the 1975 bombings of pubs in Guildford, Surrey, that killed five people and injured hundreds.

The most trusted person in America

By Phantom On October 19th, 2020 at 1:16 pm

60 Minutes is a Sunday evening news program on CBS. It has been around since 1968, and still remains fresh, must see viewing.

Yesterday, Dr Fauci was interviewed.

He continues to give us the unvarnished truth, even when it varies with the White House narrative, which is half the time.

His life has been threatened. He has security now. And he continues not to sugar-coat anything.

I’m not listening to the politicians or bloggers on Covid. I will continue to listen to Dr. Fauci and to Dr. Osterholm.

Who are you listening to on this?

Rudy and The Great One

By Patrick Van Roy On October 19th, 2020 at 5:21 am

The following is an interview of Rudy Giuliani by Mark Levin regarding the Joe Biden bribery and  corruption evidence found on his son Hunter’s Laptop. It gives you a peak at what was found and explains in detail the origins of how the Laptop was obtained.

Now this information is a repeat for me, but if you watch CNN/MSNBC/BBC or read the NYTs/WaPo/Guardian or any news outlet other than Fox or AM Talk Radio you have not heard or seen any of the evidence let alone the perspective from the Former US AG of the Southern District of NY, the Associate AG of the US the Head of the Criminal Division, the 3rd highest Law Enforcement officer in the Country. A man who made his bones prosecuting Organized Crime. Yet the above “news” outlets would have you believe he’s a stooge for Trump and a shill for the Russians….

The information you are not being told on this is right here for you to avail yourself of and hear the parts of the story you’re not being told.

Unlike those “News” outlets above I believe everyone should have the most information they can on any topic. The best conclusions are drawn by those with the most information.

Time indeed for a change!

By Mike Cunningham On October 18th, 2020 at 11:42 am

As this writer looks forward gloomily to a semi-permanent time when I am summarily deprived of any meaningful contact with my grandchildren, I do wonder if there will will come a time when a majority of Tory politicians see sense, end this loony-tunes lockdown era; and institute a time when hospitals and the health workers are tested and protected, along with care homes and the elderly, and the rest of the population are trusted to take care, and take their own decisions as to the risk to themselves and those closest to them?

I continue to argue that Lord Sumption’s way is the right way. I accept that I wrote in favour of lockdowns, but that has proved to be incorrect.

Time for a change!