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By Pete Moore On July 3rd, 2020 at 6:17 pm

A surprising new study found that the controversial antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine helped Covid-19 patients better survive in the hospital.
9:10 AM · Jul 3, 2020
I love how a drug that’s been around for sixty years is controversial. It’s cheap as chips too. Bill Gates’ friend Dr Fauci claimed that it is not only ineffective but dangerous. Why would he do that?


By Pete Moore On July 2nd, 2020 at 9:59 pm

The media is breathless with excitement at the vast increase of Covid-19 cases across the US. It’s a change of tune. When New York was seeing a vast amount of elderly deaths the media was happy to look away. I wonder what’s different now?

But there is no vast increase in cases. The Hill reports today that testing labs are at “near capacity”. The only vast increase is in testing, which is catching cases that otherwise wouldn’t have been reported. We see also that the number of deaths is decreasing all the while. So either the virus is on the way out or it is rapidly becoming weaker. Either way, and as always, the media is playing the fear game.


By Pete Moore On July 2nd, 2020 at 7:14 pm

Ghislaine Maxwell is in very deep trouble today. I’d suggest that CCTV systems in whatever clink they’re holding her be checked.

Specifically, she is charged with:

– Conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts

– Enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts

– Conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity

– Transporting a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity

The question is whether the Feds want her or what she knows. Quite a few old chums of Jeffrey Epstein (hi Bill) will be a touch worried that Maxwell is ready to sing like a canary in return for a deal.

The Unbearable Lightness of Mayor de Blasio

By Mahons On July 2nd, 2020 at 6:28 pm

When the late great William F Buckley ran on a conservative ticket for Mayor of New York City he was asked what he would do first if he won the election. He replied, “Demand a Recount.”

The current Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, is the biggest lightweight in that office in my lifetime. And my lifetime includes Abe Beame and David Dinkins. I have never encountered a person who is an enthusiastic supporter. He seems to have won by default. He strives to be progressive but is also disliked by progressives. He has never had an original idea but quickly adopts bad ones which he clings too like a raft in a storm. He so panders to whatever is the most recent pyschobabble of the far left. Recently he has taken two actions, one petty and one catastrophic, that have erased any claim he might have to being fit for executive office.
The catastrophic one is an unthinking defunding of the New York City police department by an arbitrary 1 Billion dollars. There is no rationale for the number other than it is a round number that he hopes would satisfy the baying mob. It didnt. Activists harassed City Council members who SUPPORTED it as not doing enough by stalking them, banging on the doors of their homes and vandalizing their property. New York, an international terrorist target with rising crime doesnt need a blind attack on its police department.
The petty thing is he has commissioned a number of giant Black Lives Matter murals to be painted throughout the City, and in particular one across the Street from Trump Towers. This childish use of taxpayer money is nothing other than a stunt. Trump’s horrifc performance in virtually all things is not a reason to escalate the insult culture wars. De Blasio must think it the height of wit, but it is juvenile and counterproductive. It makes me wish New York City could demand a recount and push him out of office.

Do Angels Exist ?

By Patrick Van Roy On July 2nd, 2020 at 1:53 pm

Good Day everyone, the following is a piece by Kurt. He has asked several times, duped me once but has put together a piece on  a topic that he would like us to discuss rather than A News Story or a Political Football to kick around.

Guest Post by Kurt.

Angels that speak and do things is a character feature of The Holy Bible.

They appear at the beginning , all through the old and new testament and at the end . They even have names: Michael and Gabriel


In  the beginning 

Genesis 3:24
After he drove the man out, he placed on the east side of the Garden of Eden cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life.

At the end

Rev: 22:1


Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb  …. down the middle of the great street of the city. On each side of the river stood the tree of life


14 Biblical facts about Angels


There is no scientific proof of Angels, is that because we don’t have instruments to detect them ? Might science have those instruments in the future?

we don’t know .. In the popular mind they’re like UFO’s. Some claim to have seen them. The shepherds around Bethlehem reported they had seen and heard from them and came running down to tell everyone . Christ’s Mother Mary and John the Baptist’s Mother Elizabeth claim to have heard from them .

Are we so ready to dismiss their accounts? Why do we do that ?

Many Artists  like William Blake painted them having wings. We read of battles in Heaven , where fallen angels led by Lucifer fight each other . Guardian Angels, Michael casting out the serpent angel, binding him a 1000 years .. so many angels.. we think of them as either good or fallen.

Can we enjoy them as part of creation, as an order of beings , who have a kingdom, a genus, a hierarchy, or do we have to pour scorn and ridicule on them and people who believe in  them,  because they don’t pass the scientific censors  snip ?

Can’t see them , hear them , or touch them or smell them , therefore they’re not Real, they don’t exist .. end of subject.

The white-coated tyrant in the laboratory is busy crossing them out of the book of life , destroying our dreams, our yearning, packing them away, finding colourless printed labels such as  “Fantasy” or “Unscientific”.

What do we lose when we do that? Part of our Culture, our Enrichment? our Imagination?
Where do Angels belong in 2020? Did they die, or did something is us die ?



Next post is on Miracles in the Bible – and we start getting serious
You won’t want to miss it 🙂

Colonel Kurtz


By Pete Moore On July 1st, 2020 at 10:04 pm

We see what the Bolsheviks are doing.


Mount Rushmore was built on land that belonged to the Lakota tribe and sculpted by a man who had strong bonds with the Ku Klux Klan. It features the faces of 2 U.S. presidents who were slaveholders.

The subtext is clear: Mount Rushmore must go. Drunk on their false and defamatory 1619 project, they move on to the really iconic stuff. (The Lakota took the Black Hills from the Cheyenne, so the Lakota people can shut up.)

The New York Times is named after the Duke of York, one of the greatest slave traders. The New York Times Building is on land which Dutch colonists swindled from the Canarsee people.

No subtext necessary: the New York Times must be liquidated and its assets used in reparations. The NYT Building, a monument to colonial deceit and slavery, must be torn down.

Alinsky’s Rule #4: Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.


By Pete Moore On July 1st, 2020 at 9:08 pm

A PHE regional map for testing across England shows the towns and cities suffering high numbers of cases […]

The map shows that the worst affected regions (with at least 45 cases per 100,000 people in the week to June 21) are Leicester – which went into further lockdown on Tuesday – Barnsley, Bradford and Rochdale.

There are six areas in the next worst affected category (30-44.9 cases per 100,000), which are Bedford, Blackburn with Darwen, Tameside, Oldham, Kirklees and Rotherham.


By Pete Moore On July 1st, 2020 at 6:50 pm

On the day that Hong Kong’s liberties were extinguished some heroes took to the streets. It’s unbelievably brave but also futile. They need to work on getting out.

The British government has stood by its promise to 3 million people with with British Nationals (Overseas) status and their dependents. The Prime Minister and the Foreign Secretary told Parliament today that they will be given five years leave to remain in the UK. At this point they can apply for settled status. After one year with settled status they can apply for citizenship.

Sam Bowman, senior fellow at the Adam Smith Institute proposes Hong Kong 2.0 here in the form of a charter city. He’s absolutely correct that there’s little downside and a potentially huge upside. It’s the kind of thing that Boris could get behind if he can get through the bureaucratic blob. Give them the land and let them have at it.

Its really nice to know, these days anyway!

By Mike Cunningham On July 1st, 2020 at 2:47 pm

I am a subscriber, and a contributor to an outfit named TheyWorkForYou. For those Brits who do not know, this group of people collate such things as what your own MP is up  to in Parliament, what they voted on and how they voted; and keeps a running total so that the subscriber is as up-to-date as possible on his  or her Parliamentary Representatives. The site also performs a very useful function in providing a ready-made formatted electronic letter to  your MP,  so you can vent your annoyance / praise / explain to your heart’s content. It doesn’t mean that they must take notice, but if they get  enough complaints, they just might.

So, this morning, I noted an email with yesterday’s votes and results from the Commons, and this is a gentle reminder of what a useful tool a thumping majority is, especially when the majority votes are with the Party which you favour.

There were five divisions or voting periods discussed yesterday, and in each division, the Opposition voted, obviously, for something which they liked or wished for, and the Government’s majority told them, firmly, that the Government wasn’t playing ball! Listing the five divisions as  Read the rest of this entry »

Funeral For a Friend

By Mahons On July 1st, 2020 at 1:07 pm

The funeral of IRA alumnus Bobby Storey was held and attended by Sinn Fein leadership in contradiction and violation of NI’s social distancing regulations limiting outdoor gatherings to 30 people. They were over the limit by over a thousand people. Masks dont appear to have been worn which seems odd given the usual availability of balaclavas. The usual calls for apologies and counterclaims followed as expected by those familiar with NI politics. The bottom line to me is we have yet another example of rules and regulations that apply to the general population are flaunted or ignored by politicians. Maybe Adams, McDonald and Doherty felt if an Orangeman can get away with it in the States, Republicans should be able to get away with it in Belfast.