‘Reject the cashless society while you still can’

August 6, 2020

This site discusses the consequences of the cashless society and highlights those who stand to lose a lot if this is taken away and its effect on community life.

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‘There is a cure for Covid-19 – no one needs to die’

July 31, 2020

Nigerian doctor who treated patients suffering from Covid-19, many of them elderly, how there are alternative and cheaper treatments that work than proposed vaccines such as hydroxychloroquine, zithromax and zinc

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‘Government advisers split their opinions on benefits of masks’

July 20, 2020

This site has touched upon this subject before but with the roll out of mandatory mask wearing in shops, footage from April shows the deputy chief medical officer offer different advice to the chief scientific adviser’s guidance from a couple of days. Is the Government crossing the line with the mandating of mask wearing in shops (via Nuremberg Code) if used legally to deny food and other basic services.

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‘Scouts founder is back on Quay looking out to Brownsea’

July 9, 2020

This page reflects on the decision to remove the Baden-Powell statue and its subsequent restoration back on Poole Quay, which seems to have more local support than opposition and this site reflects on whether it is a good thing to erase local history, even if it comes tinged with controversy.

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‘Lack of oxygen caused by mask wearing leads to bodily stress’

June 19, 2020

Health professionals discuss the pitfalls of wearing masks all day in working environments as mandated by Government advice and how it can lead to stress through the release of cortisol.

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‘Reason and communication has to come with peace before you can have justice’

June 9, 2020

Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr, talks to EWTN about her uncle’s Christian core ministry must be at heart of the healing to calm down the protests across the world for George Floyd.

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‘Are global institutions using this crisis to destroy life as we know it?’

June 6, 2020

Since the start of the lockdown, small firms can’t operate, billionaires have got richer and high rise blocks are being built. Is this part of what is happening behind the scenes of the pandemic? Rosa Koire of the Post Sustainability Institute explains more.

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‘Stall holders and small firms are all essential services’

May 25, 2020

I caught up with stallholders at Wareham Market on the lockdown and found out they were trying to recoup business having not been able to see their customers for seven weeks. The sun was shining for them that day.

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‘Weekend policy change led to self-inflicted economic damage’

May 17, 2020

TV presenter and historian Dr David Starkey talks to Peter Whittle of the New Forum Channel as to how the coronavirus crisis far will be seen in the future by the current generation.

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‘Pandemic shows how UK is dangerously reliant on imports’

May 15, 2020

Farmers For Action chairman David Handley pens his thoughts on what needed to happen prior to the Agricultural part of US Trade Deal and EFRA chair Neil Parish is quoted from what he said in Parliament during that debate.

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