Monthly Archives: December 2020

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

Last Call for the PUB…

 

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Olivia Harltey (writer & subeditor of “The Critic”) argues that the restrictions imposed on the hospitality industry run the risk of completely decimating many of the country’s independent, family-run venues. To quote:

“Many larger chains are also struggling but let us not forget those smaller establishments, those pillars of local community, many of which were already a dying breed before the coronavirus pandemic. “One such venue has belonged to my family for nearly three decades: an eccentric, tiny wine bar where I waddled around when I was a toddler. I worked there myself as soon as I was old enough. Even now when I return home for a visit, I still bump into regulars who nostalgically profess how they’ve known me since I was “this tall”, as they gesture to their knee. Someone needs to fly the flag for such establishments so that they don’t slide into the extinction. “Our family bar is called Piries: and its origins bar are uncertain, but parts of it have been estimated at over 400 years old, with exposed oak beams and wattle and daub construction. Over the years it has evolved from a tobacco warehouse to a cobblers, ladies’ hairdressers and, finally, a bar. “Our bar is something of a local institution and is fondly referred to as “the best little bar in town”. Being independent, it can respond quickly to trends. Our real ales are in the CAMRA good beer guide and our Guinness was recently described by an exile from Limerick as the best he had tasted outside of Ireland. All this was not achieved overnight and took many years of hard work. “Sadly, however, as of today all that has been achieved over the years is in danger of unravelling due to the ludicrous imposition of government guidelines and regulations on the hospitality trade. “When the lockdown was first imposed, we initially thought we were looking at two to three weeks of closure and took immediate action to batten down the hatches. It soon became apparent that this was going to drag on for much longer. Prior to reopening for the first time in mid-July, we fully engaged with the local authorities, completed risk assessments and spent a lot of money adapting the bar to meet social distancing guidelines as well as purchasing extra signage and PPE for our staff. As a consequence, our licenced capacity was reduced from 120 to under 40. Despite this we were able to just about break even, thanks to the heroic efforts of the staff and a strong loyal customer base. “Then out of the blue came the nonsensical decision to restrict opening hours, and now there is to be no indoor household mixing at all, and one must purchase a ‘substantial meal’ in order to drink alcohol, whatever that may mean. This could be the killer blow for so many pubs. The £1000 grant being offered is barely enough to pay the electricity bill for most venues. “One must ask where the logic is in all of this. Does Covid-19 suddenly become non-infectious when it sees punters enjoying a meal with their pint? “The problem is that those behind the decision-making process, while they may be academically gifted, very few of them will have worked at the coal face, and are clueless as to how the hospitality industry operates on a day-to-day basis. Sadly, the same applies to the majority of our legislators who may have had stellar careers in banking and the law, but by and large have never had a career in hospitality and are therefore reliant on their equally out-of-touch advisers. “My family are, as you can imagine, angry and distraught about the situation we now find ourselves in. My father met my mother through this bar, as did my sister and her husband. It is part of our family’s DNA and our livelihood; the risk is now that it could all come crashing down. “Come what may, my family are determined we will survive, but I fear many won’t and that many talented young people will be dumped on the scrap heap as a consequence. Our town centres and social activity in general will be decimated and the financial implications will be a millstone round the necks of future generations for many years to come.”