A protest against controversial lockdown measures in the Australian city of Melbourne descended into chaos on Saturday as police on horseback chased after demonstrators, arresting 16 and fining over 20 others. It is timely to recall that the spineless anti-White police service take the knee when confronted by BLM protestors.Read more
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Rosario, a retired woman in Spain, walks with a friend down the Antonio Banderas seafront promenade, which lies to the east of the southern city of Málaga.Read more
The ill-health consequences of the use of a mask by healthy people in the general public include:Read more
‘Lockdown is not worth the destruction of the economy,’ says former Supreme Court justice. Former Supreme Court justice Lord Sumption tells London Broadcasting Company (LBC) he does not believe the lockdown is worth the destruction of the economy, livelihoods or education. He believes the number of people it has saved is ‘hugely exaggerated.’Read more
A BUSINESSMAN mounting a legal challenge against the Government’s COVID-19 lockdown has launched an attack on the stringent measures. He claims, with much justification that the ‘draconian’ restrictions have ‘sentenced the UK death’.
The legality of the coronavirus lockdown regulations in England is being challenged by a businessman who wants an urgent judicial review.
Increasingly, it looks as though the UK government in common with a lot of other governments has badly misjudged this epidemic. It didn’t react soon enough at the beginning; then, it overcompensated by overreacting.Read more
Britain’s Supreme Court has thrown the country’s deportation policies into chaos by ruling that foreign criminals cannot be deported to a country with poorer free healthcare than the United Kingdom.Read more
According to the government advisors, restrictions of movement could be imposed on retired people that will effectively stigmatise everyone over 65 as an ‘age leper’.Read more
As a consequence of media over-hype and political class panic, thousands of businesses are going bankrupt and taking their laid-off employees with them. Multiply the Valley of the Fallen by bearing in mind that every wage earner is someone’s breadwinner.Read more
Nearly 1,000 noteworthy figures recently gathered in London to express support for Julian Assange weeks before the imprisoned journalist is to face two crucial court hearings ahead of a final extradition request ruling later this year.Read more