Monthly Archives: December 2020

A Phantom Menace…

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The ‘A-symptomatic Carrier’

finally gives the Authoritarians their coup d’etat,

the burden of proof no longer rests with the State

but with the Individual, and is

in both the first and last instance, unprovable.

“If you’d like to step this way, Sir.”

– Count Jack Black

 

Edge of Weird…

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“Feels like we’re being invited into the earth.”

“It’s been coming for awhile.”

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“Odin’s Mine and Speedwell Cavern, you mean?”

“I think they were different.”

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“I’d be inclined to agree.”

“So would he.”

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PUB today, tomorrow, or the day after…

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“COVID-1984 PCP Update | Prima Facie Evidence of Pandemic Fraud.

Over the course of the past month, we have amassed a plethora of prima facie evidence, which proves that the defendants in the Private Criminal Prosecution are responsible for COVID-1984 and are guilty of multiple acts of pandemic fraud.

Whilst we are more than confident that we now have enough evidence to justify the issue of either a warrant or a summons, we are still waiting for key FOI responses, which are due to be received no later than today.

In the event we receive the responses due, we will be aiming to lay the new information before Christmas. If all the key responses don’t come in, we will be forced to wait until the new year.

However, in the meantime, here follows a summary of the allegations that can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.

False Representation

The defendants knowingly relied upon the following dishonest statements for material gain, in breach of section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006:

a. 510,000 people would perish due to Sars-Cov2 in the UK alone if the draconian measures imposed had not been introduced.

b. Sars-Cov2 is an airborne High Consequence Infectious Disease [HCID], worthy of being declared a worldwide pandemic, as well as a Public Health Emergency.

c. Sars-Cov2 has been isolated and purified, and therefore, proven to exist.

d. Masks are a safe and effective method of preventing the spread of Sars-Cov2.

e. The policies introduced were entirely founded on the latest scientific data available.

f. PCR tests detect the presence of Sars-Cov2 in the human body.

Non-Disclosure

In breach of section 3 of the 2006 Act, we have prima facie evidence that shows the defendants knowingly failed to disclose that:

a. Two days after the WHO declared a worldwide pandemic on 11/03/2020, which was also the day that the inflated Imperial College predictions were pre-published and disclosed to the WHO, Sars-Cov2 was reclassified as not being an HCID on 13/03/2020.

b. The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens, the Department of Health & Social care [DHSC], and Public Health England [PHE] unanimously agreed that Sars-Cov2 should no longer be classified as an airborne HCID, before the 1st reading of the 2020 Act on 16/03/2020. Three days later, on 19/03/2020, news of the reclassification was published by PHE, which was six days after the decision to reclassify the supposed pandemic.

c. It is well established that Sars-Cov2 has never been isolated or purified and has therefore never been proven to exist. In fact, no supposed strain of Coronavirus ever has been.

d. The defendants have all materially gained, or stand to gain, from long-standing commitments to maximise vaccination uptake in the UK, for the purposes of which they engaged in engineering an entirely fraudulent pandemic, in order to justify a mandatory or compulsory vaccination agenda.

e. PCR tests have been scientifically proven to detect human RNA sequences, not viruses or disease, whilst a Portuguese court recently declared that the tests are useless in relation to detecting the presence of a virus or disease.

f. It is also alleged that the WHO-approved flu vaccines that have been administered from 2019-20 in the UK, which kill 377 of every 100,000 healthy people who take them and have never been tested on the sick and the vulnerable; and that these flu vaccines have been responsible for many of the deaths which have been dishonestly recorded as Covid deaths, in accordance with the 2020 Act, which provides for the falsification of death certificates.

g. A German court has recently ruled that unequivocal scientific evidence shows that wearing masks for long periods of time causes significant brain damage, via oxygen deprivation and carbon dioxide poisoning.

In summary, only the suspension of the criminal justice system is capable of protecting the accused from the consequences of their heinous crimes…”

The Bernician

Moons of Mountain Ana: Never…

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“So when do I get that drink you owe me?”

“Soon…”

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The warmth of silence as she threads the eye of a needle.

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“I like your owl.”

“It’s Minoan.”

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It would have been a privilege

to spend

the rest of my days

here, forever.

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Never.

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It never was

so good,

again… ?

Moons of Mountain Ana: Nestle…

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Gemma’s warmth as

she links my arm and

the world stops screaming…

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You are an island dark with life;

A swan-hatched dream, taking flight;

A blue-shot cormorant, nestled in night.

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Gemma’s warmth when she talks about

the sort of house she wants, her bottom

drawer, and the colour of christmas decorations.

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The warmth of a smile

 when I look at her crotch:

 earth / urge / air / care.

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O’ for another storm stressed day,

when the sky spoke and

our world yielded… to rain.

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‘I could have run much faster.’

‘You should have been here over Christmas.’

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Of all the things

I’ll never get chance to do…

Moons of Mountain Ana: Vamp…

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Becky is beautiful

but kind and cruel,

in turns.

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Her eyes flash when I call her a vamp,

and when I bad mouth her boyfriend.

 “You make me laugh,” she says, “can I kill you?”

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She has the hair of a teenage friend,

the eyes of an old love, the profile and

features of a desirable aunt, the body of

the goddess Parvati, and a smile like paradise.

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Her mischief resembles that of a childhood adversary.

 “I’m going to turn you into an ass,” she smiles.

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 Her hoot face is reserved for her most cunning lies,

 “I thought I’d see you there,” yet she still

succeeds in soothing the situation.

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 ‘Does she really sleep with him?’

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“I’m sorry about your Grandad,”

she says, like Mum at such times.

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Warmth floods the room…

 

Moons of Mountain Ana: Rituals..

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Regardless of content, our most intense moments have a habit of assuming ritual clarity.

Together, the figures our characters cut are colourful, and bright, and amusing;

the wheel-spinning white car which your mother read about in my story, or Roma’s amber earrings, Louise and Paula, uncharacteristically, dressed in black.

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Gemma,

who plays football,

and for whom love… is too painful?

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Did I really say that?

She wants to travel, or that?

‘Me too! ’/ ‘that’s how I drink’/ ‘I do.

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If only it,

and you,

and I

were true!

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Even Sandra

mimicking my mudra,

and Mimi’s mint.

Moons of Mountain Ana: Laburnum…

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With almost perfect symmetry little Josh

wants to take some flowers back to Mum.

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 He plucks from the two Laburnum

grown together over a garden gate;

harmonious estate,

or the strain of embrace,

stretching… to cleave ?

The scent from the cups is intoxicating,

and yellow… Becky’s colour…

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O’ my tyger tree,

 your blossom

 will spread that smile

over lips which profess to disdain flowers.

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…On the way back Josh has an idea: he wants to visit his Dad.

 

Moons of Mountain Ana: Sulk…

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Becky’s sulk face is adamant with indignation.

If she only knew how perilous it is to neglect the young.

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…Our roles are reversed for the tale

of mum and dad and a kitchen knife,

which Fiona tells in sobs on the stairway.

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Something I said has recalled her

feather streaked cheeks of pain.

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She laughs

and we go on up

to talk about

a tennis ball

turned inside out…

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Becky speaks quietly

but her quiet voice banishes

distance like a shout,

“Josh, come back inside.”

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Is this redemption, or merely the wisdom

of being old enough to know better?