Sunday, March 26, 2023

Audi Alteram Partem

Dear LSH,

If you have made it this far, then you are almost home and dry. Well done. First, I am sorry (sort of) that your rail ticket was booked for a train departing so early in the day. This was for a good reason, which I shall explain later.

It was crucial that, while aboard the train, you were positively identified beyond any doubt. No risks could be taken. This is why you were allocated a specific seat. You might counter that the person occupying your seat could have been someone else — that is, a random ‘other’ passenger taking a chance that the ‘owner’ of the seat had either not boarded or was seated elsewhere. That would be quite logical, but it was a puzzle that I had already addressed.

To eliminate the possibility of this scenario occurring, I made sure that someone else would be occupying your seat when (or if) you arrived at it. Think: when discovering that the seat was already taken, only you would ask the occupant to vacate it. Another random passenger would not request this, as he/she would not be able to produce the appropriate ticket and, in any case, would logically assume that the seat was already occupied by the designated person.

In case you have not realized, I myself was the original occupant. You identified yourself the moment you asked me to move. I even looked you in the eyes when I apologized for the ‘mistake’, hoping that you would make a subconscious note of my face — the same one top right on this web page. I even thought to wear a black T-shirt.

I was not worried that the instructions sent to you might end up in the wrong hands. No sensible person would embark on a long and random cross-country rail journey with a stolen one-way ticket and no means of getting back. Once I had identified you correctly, I could publish this message with confidence. (I now know what you look like, which is not what I had expected. No offence intended.)

You alighted at the agreed station. I know this because I alighted there, too. I had driven there the previous day, left my car in the station car park and taken the train back to where I had set out. In other words, my journey on your train was in fact the return leg for me. Once I knew that all was well, I had simply to get in my car and drive all the way back.

Outside the station, you boarded the correct bus. When I wrote that your destination contained a girl’s name, I had to check that it was the only one on the network map, which it was. Once you had found it on one of the maps displayed at the bus stops, you would then be confident that you were waiting at the correct shelter and boarding the correct bus, which I witnessed and photographed. This picture was sent on via email.

Assuming that no one else would have made it to that point, the instructions to the terrace were made unambiguous. It was my idea to use the bayberry bush as a marker. Of course, there would be no berries this time of year, but I knew that you would be able to identify it by its leaves, so long as you arrived before dark. This was the reason for your early departure. (By the way, this distinctive shrub is not commonly found in the UK. It is native to North America but grows well over here as the climate is comparably temperate.)

The box was left in the only obvious place. I chose a polycarbonate container because it is waterproof, strong and shatter-resistant, made from the same material used for safety glasses and riot shields. I presume that you now have it safely in your possession.

OK, the combination is 7-2-1-1-3-2-0. The small plastic sachet contains silicone lubricant. Spread it on the number barrels, after cleaning them, in case any of them are stiff and difficult to rotate. (This was a precaution. I have no idea how long the box has been lying there.) Inside it, you will — I hope — find a house key attached to a metal tag, on one side of which is engraved a nearby address (Figure 227.1), with my mobile number on the other. Get yourself a good night’s sleep and send me an SMS text message tomorrow morning (Monday, 27th).

Figure 227.1: How apt that she appears to be tearing her hair out.

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Remember: I am not an ally, so you must not consider me as such. Nor am I an adversary — just, if you like, a benevolent arbiter, there to uphold the rules. Also, keep in mind that there are two sides to every argument. Be careful. If you are not aware of one side, then how do you know that you would not support it if you were? Audi alteram partem!

So, there you are. Hidden in plain sight on the internet. Who said it could not be done?

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Monday, March 20, 2023

Mistakes Were NOT Made

The following poem (Figure 226.1) was written by Margaret Anna Alice. She wrote it after a conversation with one of the most principled scientists of our time, Dr Mike Yeadon. Both Margaret and Mike noticed the increasing use of terms such as ‘bungled’ and ‘blunder’ to describe the crimes against humanity perpetrated under the cloak of ‘COVID’. Even well-meaning people who share similar values and goals sometimes fall into this trap being set by those preparing their parachute jump from culpability.

This Anthem for Justice is Margaret’s attempt to chronicle the calculated intentionality underlying the ‘COVID’ tyranny. Please spread the clear message that #MistakesWereNOTMade. Please share this poem and keep it handy for the next time anybody uses verbiage to gloss over the atrocities committed. Let us make 2023 the Year of Accountability so none dare repeat such acts in the future.

Figure 226.1: The poem is read by Dr Tess Lawrie, a medical doctor and research consultant based in the UK. She is the CEO of Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy (E-BMC Ltd.) and EbMC Squared, a founding member of the BiRD group, and she sits on the steering committee of the World Health Council.

Copyright © 2023 Margaret Anna Alice, LLC

Be in no doubt: as the bodies of the ‘vaccinated’ continue to pile up (Figure 226.2), the perpetrators are desperate to avoid the gallows.

We must allow them no escape from Nuremberg 2.o.

Figure 226.2: See you in London.

Copyright © 2023 TRUTH BE TOLD
Covid Vaccine Victim Awareness campaign For Truth and Justice

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Sunday, March 12, 2023

To Build Jerusalem

Dundee, Scotland. May 1986.

One of the wonders of living so far north (latitude 56.5) was the length of midsummer days: sunrise before 5 a.m.; sunset after 10 p.m. There was no ‘night’ as such, just a reluctant daylight abeyance.

I remember a particular Saturday at 6 a.m. It was broad daylight when I boarded one of the first ‘Ailsas’ (Figure 225.1) to emerge from the old Seagate station. The coastal town of St Andrews lies just ten miles (16 km) from Dundee, across the Rivers Tay and Eden, and the half-hour journey was cheap with a student travel pass. I was travelling alone, carrying only a Sony Walkman, and wearing just a white T-shirt, athletics shorts and a pair of soft trainers.

Figure 225.1: An ‘Ailsa’, by the way, was a blue double-decker bus, manufactured in Scotland from 1974-85. Here are two, making their way along the Seagate in Dundee in the mid-80s.

Copyright © 1984 Neale Elder

After disembarking at the City Road terminus in St Andrews, I was content to discover that the streets were largely deserted. From there, it was just a few minutes on foot down to the Bruce Embankment, where the entire splendour of West Sands Beach burst into view.

Both beaches, West Sands and East Sands, face east. It would seem more logical to name them North and South, with the old town nestled between them. West Sands, 1.7 miles (2.7 km) long, forms the entire eastern border of a peninsula which protrudes from the land in the shape of a shark’s dorsal fin. The rest of the peninsula is packed with world-famous links golf courses.

I set off walking north, along West Sands Road, which runs parallel and close to the shore. At the tip of the ‘fin’, I turned and gazed upon the long beach, with the town still just about visible in the morning haze. The tide was almost in, as I knew it would be, having checked the timetable the previous week. When I arrived at the water’s edge, I took off my shoes, put in my earplugs, pressed ‘Play’ on the Walkman, stepped into the very cold water and began to run back towards town, as the waves lapped against my startled feet.

This majestic beach had drawn me to it for two reasons. First, I was training for the Race Against Time (look it up) the following weekend, aiming to complete the 10 km course in 40 minutes. Second, West Sands had been made famous by the film Chariots of Fire, which had deservedly won the Best Film ‘Oscar’ four years previously. In its iconic opening scene, a group of young athletes from the 1920s are seen running barefoot through the waves to the sound of the stirring music of Vangelis (1943-2022) (Figure 225.2). As I was living just a few miles away from the exact location, it was too great an opportunity to neglect.

The town’s skyline was further away than it seemed initially. Running on wet sand is hard work. There was only the occasional dog-walker on the beach, either aware of the cinematic significance of my morning run or simply thinking that I was nuts by getting wet, cold and sand-splashed so early in the day. The nearer to the town I became, the more impressive it all appeared (Figure 225.3).

Figure 225.2: A still from the motion picture Chariots of Fire

Copyright © 1981 Allied Stars Ltd/Enigma Productions

Figure 225.3: St Andrews from West Sands: one of the most exquisite views that I have ever had the privilege to see. In the centre of the photo is the steeple of St Salvator’s Chapel. Far right is the distinctive Hamilton Grand building overlooking the 
18th green of the Old Course. For me, this picture is close to visual perfection.

Copyright © 2016 Nicola Shepherd
St Andrews Photographic Society

With the sound of Vangelis in my ears, I thought about the film’s title and its origin, the poem Jerusalem by William Blake (1757-1827). Its first two stanzas consist of questions, as follows:

And did those feet in ancient time
Walk upon Englands mountains green:
And was the holy Lamb of God,
On Englands pleasant pastures seen!

And did the Countenance Divine,
Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
And was Jerusalem builded here,
Among these dark Satanic Mills?

The ‘holy Lamb of God’ is, of course, Jesus Christ. The ‘Countenance Divine’ is the face of God.

Historical and theological scholars have long suggested that Christ did come to England — Glastonbury, to be precise — with Joseph of Arimathea, but it is speculative at best. The ‘why’ and ‘how’ would seem puzzling to say the least. Perhaps a more intriguing question is: to what was Blake referring when he wrote of ‘these dark Satanic Mills’? This phrase is widely believed to be a scathing reference to the early decades of the Industrial Revolution, which Blake believed enslaved men by the million. An alternative theory, however, is that Blake, who was hostile to organized religion, was actually describing churches. Mills and mines placed men in physical chains from Monday to Saturday, only for churches to bridle them with psychological constructs on their day of rest. Could it be that Blake’s metaphor was a reference to both — even equating one with the other? Was Jerusalem ever ‘builded here’? Blake seemed to think not (Figure 225.4). He considered Georgian England, at least, to be far from ideal, as well he might have.

Figure 225.4: William Blake with pen in hand

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The final two stanzas contain neither questions nor any sense of wonder. Instead, they constitute a rousing call to arms, to confront the blight which he identified in his poem.

Bring me my Bow of burning gold:
Bring me my arrows of desire:
Bring me my Spear: O clouds unfold!
Bring me my Chariot of fire!

I will not cease from Mental Fight,
Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand:
Till we have built Jerusalem,
In Englands green & pleasant Land.

The anaphoric third stanza begins this emphatic statement of intent. Blake implies that no worthwhile human achievement or attainment could ever happen by itself, or by gentle passivity, or by lazy dependence on ‘authority’. It inevitably requires deliberate thought and action, whereby each individual looks, first and foremost, to himself.

‘Jerusalem’ is a metaphor for ‘heaven’, ‘paradise’ or perhaps simply any life truly worth living.

*          *          *          *          *

London, England. March 2023.

Blake’s 1808 masterpiece retains its relevance in the here and now. If this rebellious Romantic poet were alive today, I dread to imagine what he would have made of the past few years. As I have documented in these articles ad nauseam, government officials, in league with 21st-century robber barons and corporate media, orchestrated the most profound lies, systematically removed the most basic human liberties, convinced billions of people to submit to slow-acting lethal injections, while at the same time made untold fortunes for themselves. No other crimes against humanity have ever come close.

Even though the ‘COVID’ scam has finally fallen apart, the evil globalists have not given up. Nor will they give up, for they have everything to lose. It is now proven beyond the slightest doubt that whatever ‘COVID’ was, it was never any worse than seasonal flu. Meanwhile, country after country documents record excess mortality which correlates extraordinarily strongly with the uptake of ‘vaccines’. There is no other plausible explanation. Millions, if not billions, of human sheep, too docile and trusting for their own good, must now be living in unalleviable fear, albeit too weak, too proud or too arrogant to acknowledge their erstwhile gullibility.

The globalists have no alternative strategy now but to scorch the earth. The world food supply is being systematically severed; the banking system dominoes are beginning to tumble into one another; and war looms on the eastern horizon. The UK’s puppet prime minister, the diminutive Rishi Sunak, does not hesitate to goad nuclear-armed-to-the-teeth Russia, as he believes that it marks him out as a potent statesman, rather than the insincere wimp that he so clearly is. He even prides himself on prioritizing a corrupt (non-NATO) entity, Ukraine, above the desperate needs of the British people whom he pretends to serve. It is both fortunate that his premiership is doomed to fail before the end of next year and equally unfortunate that his probable successor, ‘Sir’ Keir Starmer, will betray the nation’s interests and independence still further.

What is the remedy? Well, as Blake told us, given that ‘authority’ is forever corrupt, justice and reform must spread from the bottom up, as it were, from the grassroots. Top-down solutions are designed to suit only their perpetrators. Our most powerful ‘bow of burning gold’ is the act of non-compliance. If we are to avoid being imprisoned forever inside a worldwide digital gulag, then we can begin by: using cash and bitcoin instead of cards and CBDCs; rejecting corporate food suppliers in favour of locally-based alternatives; voting out anti-British warmongers from public office; depriving businesses that support digital IDs, ‘vaccine’ passports and the like; and refusing point blank to do anything so insane as to be injected with toxic genetic drugs whose contents are kept strictly secret by a cabal of criminals.

We the People have the power to build Jerusalem in England’s green and pleasant land and beyond (Figure 225.5). We cannot, and must not, beseech ‘authority’ to build it for us, for their ilk care only for power.

Figure 225.5: 
The poem, as it appeared in Blake’s own illuminated version of the preface to his epic Milton: A Poem in Two Books.

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One day, at whatever age, I would love to take another bus ride to the West Sands at St Andrews, take off my shoes and run through the waves again, knowing that the infernal globalists were foiled and destroyed.

Non-compliance is the answer. Thus, Jerusalem can be builded here.

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Between The President’s Ears

The illusionist’s art is predicated on misdirection. A request to watch the right hand is really an implicit instruction to ignore the left. This ruse is, of course, not confined to benign individuals, such as circus magicians. Those who strive malevolently to deceive people en masse also adhere to this golden principle.

Politicians are persistent, if clumsy, practitioners of the illusionist’s art. I recall, in the aftermath of the 9/11 false flag, a British civil servant was publicly reprimanded for suggesting that the day of the tragedy would be ‘a good day to bury bad news’. It probably was. It was also pure hypocrisy: had the phrase not become public, no such sanction would have occurred.

This past week has bordered on surreal. Countless reports abound of UFOs riding the jet stream across the United States. (It ought to be noted that any object which is airborne and unidentified is, by definition, a UFO. There need be no implication of extra-terrestrial life-forms or other nonsensical stuff.) The first object was, apparently, a Chinese State surveillance balloon, which was shot down belatedly by the US military. Why the Chinese would use such a device, when spy satellites are so powerful, compounds the mystery. Since then, various other UFOs have appeared, all confined to North American airspace, one of which was reputedly ‘an unmanned octagonal craft’, shot down off the Michigan coast and which landed in deep waters in Lake Huron.

My ribs are aching. All kinds of wacky theories are flooding the internet. It is most telling, though, that corporate media have acknowledged the objects’ presence and actually countenanced the notion of alien presence. This saga bears the hallmarks of political misdirection: ‘look up here’ means ‘don't look down there’.

From what, ‘down there’, then, do governments and mass media want us to avert our eyes? There are several possibilities, and the truth might well be a combination thereof.

First, the obvious: excess mortality caused by the clot shot is huge and increasing. If everyone looks to the skies, then they might remain oblivious to all the bodies ‘suddenly and unexpectedly’ hitting the ground.

Second, a recent investigation by world-renowned journalist Seymour ‘Sy’ Hersh (1937-) (Figure 224.1) has provided compelling evidence that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline was sabotaged by the US. I reached the same conclusion four months ago, in Article 208. After all, President Biden himself told the world at a White House press conference that US forces would destroy NS2. Cui bono? Not Russia, not Germany, but the US (Figure 224.2). This constitutes a major act of international terrorism, and Germany has every right to demand compensation from the Biden administration. (Where, incidentally, are all the anti-war activists hiding?)

Figure 224.1: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh

Copyright © 2018 CBS News

Figure 224.2: This tweet, by Polish Member of the European Parliament Radosław ‘Radek’ Sikorski (1963-), showing an image of the surface effect of an underwater explosion, has since been censored. I wonder why.

Copyright © 2023 Twitter

Third, the small American town of East Palestine, Ohio has just suffered one of the most serious environmental disasters of this century. Last week, a 100-truck freight train derailed near to the Ohio-Pennsylvania state border. Containers of vinyl chloride, phosgene, hydrogen chloride and other gases were deliberately ruptured, releasing a highly toxic mixture into the air, land and water. Vinyl chloride is both highly flammable and carcinogenic. Phosgene, a respiratory poison, was used as a chemical weapon during World War I. Hydrogen chloride dissolves in water to form hydrochloric acid, which is highly corrosive. Worst of all is dioxin, whose toxic dose is extremely low. Long-term environmental effects are unknown — as is the true cause of the derailment. (Where, incidentally, are all the climate activists hiding?)

Fourth, since 11,000 people died following last month’s 7.5 and 7.8 (Richter magnitude scale) earthquakes on the Turkey-Syria border, there have been rumblings throughout the scientific community about its true cause. Consider the following: (1) The US is desperate to unseat Syria’s pro-Russian president, Bashar al-Assad (1965-). (2) The blasts occurred just days after an sharp escalation between the US and Turkey, when a Turkish interior minister told Biden to ‘take his filthy hands off Turkey’. (3) A US-Russia proxy war is already raging in Ukraine, and Turkey remains stubbornly neutral. (4) The locations of the quakes, 21 miles west of the Turkish city of Gaziantep was on the proposed route of a major gas pipeline from the Iranian-Qatari South Pars/North Dome Gas-Condensate field. (5) The US possesses the requisite technology to trigger earthquakes in highly seismic areas around geological fault lines (Figure 224.3).

Figure 224.3: A Romanian senator, Diana Iovanovici Șoșoacă (1975-), dares to say what others dare not.

Copyright © 2023 SOS Romania

Fifth, a crucial batch of court documents, containing various sordid allegations relating to 167 of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, victims, and employees, is about to be released to the public. That said, I expect that the most high-profile of these repulsive criminals will not be identified, less still charged and put on trial.

Sixth, the US-dominated global economy has already begun its inevitable collapse.

Overall, the world is witnessing the violent death throes of an American empire, hence the absurd distractions. As Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) wrote:

‘The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and economic opportunists.

This is an enduring truth. The government of the 46th US president has completed phase one, — given that the mighty dollar has lost 99% of its original purchasing power — and has initiated phase two. 

If I am wrong, and all these UFOs do in fact contain little green men in search of intelligent life-forms, then they might be in for a long and fruitless mission. As for space travel, a good place to begin would be the short journey between the president’s ears.

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery


Late last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) altered the toxicological profile of vinyl chloride on its website:

This was the first edit since 2006. In other words, just a fortnight before the train derailment, the CDC suddenly felt the need to claim that the chemical was significantly less toxic than it had always previously insisted.

Yet another convenient coincidence? Absurdities are coming thicker and faster.

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Sunday, February 05, 2023

Defending Mr Bridgen

Three weeks ago, in Article 216, I reported on a recent comment by a British MP, Andrew Bridgen. Mr Bridgen had quoted a Jewish-Israeli cardiologist who claims that the millions of deaths and injuries from the ‘COVID vaccines’ constitute the biggest crime against humanity since the Holocaust.

It was a bold statement. How predictable, then, that Mr Bridgen was immediately condemned by two proven liars, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the former Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock. These two disgusting creatures accused Mr Bridgen of antisemitism and summarily ejected him from the Conservative party.

This knee-jerk accusation is as juvenile as it is bizarre. To my great pleasure, Sunak and Hancock were put forcefully back under their respective rocks by a powerful authority. An impressive group of Jewish doctors and scientists (Figure 223.1) sprang to Mr Bridgen’s defence and signed the following letter in protest:

Dear Prime Minister Sunak,

We, a group of Jewish medical scientists, physicians and researchers from several countries including Israel and the UK, would like to express our dismay at the decision to suspend Member of Parliament Mr. Andrew Bridgen as a Conservative MP due in part to what you claim was an “antisemitic” tweet that he made in relation to the covid-19 vaccine roll-out.

In the UK alone, since the roll-out of the BioNTech-Pfizer mRNA vaccine, there have been almost half a million Yellow Card reports of adverse events from the public. This is more than all the yellow card reports for all medications for the past 40 years combined. This adds to the growing incidence of reports of death and other side effects that are beyond mild, which have been reported in many countries across the world. The data for other covid-19 vaccines is equally concerning.

Mr. Bridgen tweeted that “one consultant cardiologist said to me this [the vaccine roll-out] is the biggest crime against humanity since the holocaust.”

Aside from the fact that Mr Bridgen was clearly reporting the words of someone else, the word “since” does not in any case imply equivalence to the events of the Holocaust; for that and other reasons the tweet is not antisemitic.

It seems that you and others have seized upon the opportunity to raise the issue of antisemitism in order to limit the free speech of those who raise legitimate concerns about the efficacy and safety of these Covid vaccines and, needless to say, their mandating or coercion, which breached many well- established ethical norms.

Weaponisation of the important issue of antisemitism for these purposes is particularly objectionable and disrespectful towards its victims.

Limiting free speech, along with “othering” and scapegoating people who hold different perspectives, is indeed part of the text-book behaviour of all the totalitarian governments, which have been responsible for the biggest crimes against humanity throughout history.

We respectfully request that you withdraw the accusations of antisemitism levelled at Mr Bridgen.


Jewish doctors and scientists

Figure 223.1: The letters signatories and their impressive credentials

Copyright © 2023 Jewish Doctors and Scientists

Boom. Rarely has cheap name-calling been trounced so swiftly and powerfully. If this is the best ammunition Sunak and Hancock can fire, then their armouries are bare for all to see.

Mr Bridgen, too, has stood up to the political bullies. In a subsequent statement, he wrote:

Matt Hancock has still not removed his defamatory tweet falsely alleging that I am antisemitic. I will allow Matt three days to apologise publicly for calling me an antisemite and racist or he will be contacted by my legal team.

Mr Bridgen is suing Hancock for £100,000, which would be given to a ‘vaccine’ victims support group. If Hancock has any common sense, he will retract his latest repulsive outburst and settle out of Court. If the case goes to trial, he would be liable for damages and costs — Mr Bridgen’s, as well as his own. I would bet that all the aforementioned signatories would be only too willing to repeat their expert opinions before a High Court judge.

It is notable that Mr Bridgen and his supporters have repudiated any claim that the original tweet compared the ‘COVID vaccine’ massacre with the Holocaust. This was, in my view, an unnecessary concession. Given the underreporting factor with regard to the official adverse events data, published by Harvard University, it is clear that the total ‘COVID vaccine’ deaths are approximately 100,000 (UK), 400,000 to 800,000 (US) and 20 million worldwide. Thus, the comparison would be perfectly valid. I did not hesitate to use the title The Second Holocaust for Article 206, posted six months ago. If Hancock or any other lying ignoramus wishes to libel me as an antisemite, then I would be happy to sue.

Finally, on the subject of Holocaust comparisons, the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP), funded by the Children’s Health Defense (CHD), a non-profit organization led by Robert F. Kennedy Jnr, has just released a five-part film series entitled Never Again Is Now Global (Figure 223.2).

Figure 223.2: All five episodes are available online at:

Copyright © 2023 AHRP/CHD

I watched the final episode last night. The interviews, and footage of State tyranny, police brutality, enforced isolation, quarantine camps, mandated medical experimentation, mass deaths and desperate media cover-ups, remove every iota of doubt that another Holocaust has recently been inflicted on humanity. For Nazis, read globalists; for Josef Mengele, read Anthony Fauci; for Joseph Goebbels, read British Broadcasting Corporation; for the European Jews, read the ‘unvaccinated’; and for evil personified, read William Henry Gates III.

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Friday, February 03, 2023

Thailand’s Princess & Professor

Thirty years ago this week, I was in Bangkok, Thailand. This was long before it became a beat paradise for young backpacking Europeans.

While accustomizing myself to the extreme heat — of climate, food and the opposite sex — I noticed a peculiar cultural difference between the Thai kingdom and my native United Kingdom. As I roamed Sukhumvit Road and the Patpong strip with a couple of American military guys on leave, we came across throngs of young girls, decked out in their best clothes, frequently attached to which would be a small brooch bearing the face of the revered King Bhumibol (1927-2016).

It was an admirable gesture. Particularly so, as, back in 1993, I failed to imagine young British girls out on the town wearing an image of our own beloved monarch, Queen Elizabeth (1926-2022). Only much older women in the UK would ever do that; and I cannot imagine anyone displaying a picture of the current King Charles, unless it were a satirical cartoon sketch on a cheap T-shirt.

The Thai people were, and probably still are, by either reason or tradition, somewhat different. Today, I expect many of them will be heartbroken. On 15th December last year, Thailand’s Princess Bajrakitiyabha (1978-) (Figure 222.1), eldest child of the present monarch, and granddaughter of the late King Bhumibol, collapsed as a result of severe cardiac arrhythmia, just three weeks after her ‘booster’ jab. She remains in a coma, and her life hangs in the balance.

Figure 222.1: Princess Bajrakitiyabha of Thailand

Copyright © 2023 AFP BB News

Princess Ba’ joins a rapidly-growing list of young people, from all over the world, collapsing with acute heart problems. The initial diagnosis given to the Thai royal family by medical staff was bacterial infection. The family, sensibly, sought a second opinion from a world-renowned expert in medical microbiology. This was Professor Sucharit Bhakdi (1946-) (Figure 222.2), born to Thai parents, but who has spent most of his illustrious career, as both a medical doctor and groundbreaking research scientist, in Western Europe.

Figure 222.2: Sucharit Bhakdi studied medicine at the University of Bonn in Germany, where he received his MD in 1970. He was a post-doctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics in Freiburg from 1972 to 1976, and at The Protein Laboratory in Copenhagen from 1976 to 1977. He joined the Institute of Medical Microbiology at Giessen University in 1977 and was appointed associate professor in 1982. He was named chair of Medical Microbiology at the University of Mainz in 1990, where he remained until his retirement in 2012. Professor Bhakdi has published over 300 articles in the fields of immunology, bacteriology, virology, and parasitology, for which he has received numerous awards and the Order of Merit of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Professor Bhakdi is described by the execrable Wikipedia as ‘a prominent source of misinformation’. Were this description not so pathetic, I would laugh.

Copyright © 2023 Oracle

When the professor learned of the princess’s diagnosis, he was appalled. ‘That is ridiculous,’ he told them. The real cause, withheld from the family, was, predictably, ‘vaccine’-induced myocarditis. This was confirmed by a professor from the University of Bangkok. The heir to the Thai throne is merely the latest casualty of the globalists’ war on humanity, a mere statistic in their grand scheme, which is being systematically covered up by bent politicians and mass media.

Having listened intently to the esteemed professor — a fellow Thai — both the royals and government ministers were incensed. Pfizer knew all along that their lucrative ‘vaccine’ was lethal, but, instead of withdrawing it, made special effort to conceal its numerous dangers. Had the Thais done a little digging, they would have known that falsification of data and general corruption are established Pfizer traits, hence the billions already paid in corporate fines.

There will be consequences. According to Professor Bhakdi, Thailand will be the first nation to render the Pfizer contract null and void. Legal proceedings will begin shortly. If Pfizer is found culpable — which it will be — this evil corporation will be fined to oblivion and its psychopathic executives thrown in the dock at Nuremberg 2.0.

Elsewhere, more and more experts are speaking out. Last week, Professor Retsif Levi (Figure 222.3), an expert in Data Analytics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology — which, incidentally, has been named the world’s best university for the 11th consecutive year — added his own contribution to the intensifying damnation of the ‘COVID vaccines’ and all who push them.

Figure 222.3: Professor Levi published a short statement on social media, at:

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I find it incredible, and quite sickening, that so many people are aware of the huge number of current ‘sudden and unexpected’ deaths but either fail or refuse to join the simple dots. The evidence is undeniable. Incidentally, I was recently told by a colleague that, on supposedly protected ‘Green Belt’ land alongside one of the research facilities in which I work, planning permission has just been granted for a large building to be constructed.

It is to be a new crematorium: to meet ‘increasing demand for services’.

Copyright © 2023 Paul Spradbery

Thursday, January 26, 2023

They Might Be Satirists

Satire always benefits when evil and stupidity collide. This gem, courtesy of the Russian-American writer Gary Shteyngart (1972-) (Figure 221.1), has been bouncing around inside my head since the fake pandemic was announced, almost three years ago. Evil certainly exists, in the form of those trying to force everyone to be injected with a lethal drug; and stupidity is equally rife, among those willing to take it without a critical thought for their own safety.

Figure 221.1: Gary Shteyngart has his own satirical style. Super Sad True Love Story is, in my view, a good place to begin.

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It is no wonder, then, that satire has recently begun to sharpen its claws. A link to an absurd article (Figure 221.2) was sent to me via WhatsApp this morning. I had to read it several times, chew it over and research its origin before deciding whether (a) it was satire or (b) the author has brain fog and cognitive dissonance from too many boosters. Both alternatives seemed, at first view, to be credible. Here is the article, verbatim.

[Title]: ‘They knew: why didn’t the unvaccinated do more to warn us?’

‘The unvaccinated knew what we didn’t. Some of them said too little. Most said nothing at all. A lot of blood is now on their hands.

‘As the world struggles to come to terms with the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, one question that continues to surface is why the unvaccinated didn’t do more to warn us about the potential dangers of being injected.

‘While well intending [sic] citizens lined up, did the right thing, and received their COVID19 [sic] vaccinations — now seeming to do more harm than good — their unvaccinated friends stood by and let them do it. Some of them said too little. Some said nothing at all.

‘Even though they knew what we didn’t.

‘Our blood is now on their hands.

Those are strong words. But the unvaccinated had access to important information about the potential side effects of vaccines. They knew about the risks of severe allergic reactions, blood clots, and other serious health complications. They knew that vaccines did not immunize us. They knew it wasn’t effective, and that they can cause more harm than good.

‘They knew all of that, but instead of warning us, the unvaccinated chose to remain silent. They chose to look the other way and not speak out about the potential dangers of vaccines. They let millions of good folks who did the right thing (at the time) fall to death and disease, and many antivaxxers even gloated online about how their coin flip had been the right bet. The more diabolical even urged folks they disagree with to "get boosted." [sic]

‘It has become all too clear. The silence of the unvaccinated was a dangerous, sociopathic, and irresponsible decision that has had serious consequences for those of us who received the vaccinations.

‘And silence is, after all, consent.

‘It is time for the unvaccinated to take responsibility for their actions and to work with the rest of us to find a solution to this crisis. We cannot afford to let their selfishness and lack of action continue to harm our communities. It is time for the unvaccinated to step up and do the right thing.

‘The unvaccinated should by any moral measuring stick have done more to warn about the potential risks — to help us make informed decisions about our health. And they must now ask us for our forgiveness.

‘And, hand to heart, we may just give it to them.

‘Because we are good people. We took those injections because it was the right thing to do — until it wasn’t.’

Figure 221.2: The link to the original article is:

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The only serious point I can be bothered to make is that we, the ‘unvaccinated’, were not silent, but silenced ... and de-platformed, censored, misrepresented, ignored, discriminated against and called all manner of derogatory names. Despite being an experienced bioscientist, I have lost count of the number of scientific illiterati within my own sphere who have presumed that their knowledge and understanding of pharmatoxicology surpasses my own. (The Dunning-Kruger effect is particularly prevalent with regard to science.)

The rest of the website seems to consist of superficial essays, generally harmless, some stupidly ‘woke’ with no basis in fact. There do not seem to be any scientifically-educated individuals on the editorial board. There is, certainly, however, a cracking satirist among their ranks. Konstantin Kisin, perhaps? In the light of his recent one-man demolition job at the Oxford Union, the author might well be him.

‘... it was the right thing to do — until it wasnt.

Oh dear. Brilliant.

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