Neil Oliver: Breach of Trust

Neil Oliver wonders if there are any leaders left that decent people can trust.
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Hamilton Gregory: McNamara’s Folly

When Hamilton Gregory was in the US Army between 1967 and 1970 he got to know some of McNamara’s Project 100,000 soldiers and vowed he would tell their story.

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The Fog is Lifting

What’s emerging from the fog of war is not looking good.

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Sadomasochism Unleashed

One of the more surreal experiences of the holiday season was listening to Mike Ryan and Mark McDonald suggesting the next phase of the pandemic will involve the rise of sadism.

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Clot Shot Cup 2022

Bookmakers and punters are wondering who will win the World Cup in 2022.

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The French Reign of Terror

The two year Reign of Terror organised by the French Committee of Public Safety during 1793-4 is directly associated with 26,594 deaths.

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Protecting Children

Robert Malone has broken the silence about vaccine damaged children.
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Magical Medical Maths

Understanding Magical Medical Maths may help you understand why some of your medical questions are answered by a call to security.
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Game Over

Andrei Martyanov helps us find the You Are Here sticker.
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Christmas Carols 2021

The carolling this year has produced an extraordinary mix of hits and misses.

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The Truthpaste Problem

Once again The Science has encountered The Truthpaste Problem.

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Sucharit Bhakdi Explains

Sucharit Bhakdi explains how hearts are broken.

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Heart of a Child

Eric Clapton reminds us all that in a civilised society some things are
beyond the pale.
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Building Back Better

Natural Philosophers realised long ago the affairs of man are influenced by the 70 year long wave.

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Richard North: The Disappointing Disaster

Richard North brings glad tidings of comfort and joy regarding the Disappointing Disaster.
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Christmas Present from Mattias Desmet

If you’re experiencing anxiety about the pandemic and our rapid descent into Totalitarianism then give yourself a well earned present by listening to the conversation between Dan Gregory and Mattias Desmet – Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ghent University in Belgium.

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Christmas Message

For many decades the Brits have endured Christmas Messages from on high.
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Snake Oil Efficacy

Last year I learnt Snake Oil was once “highly esteemed” as a treatment for rheumatism.

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The Fat Alien Croaks

In opera it ain’t over till the fat lady sings
and in Science Fiction it ain’t over till the fat alien croaks.

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Mike Absalom: The Ancient Briton

Mike Absalom is an Ancient Briton with a sense of humour.

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Project Fear: Cases

The British State has a long history of using fear, intimidation, coercion, and propaganda.

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Idiocy Quotient

This Holiday Season delight pigeon-hole your friends and family with an Idiocy Test.

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The Duran: System Collapse

Alex and Alexander discuss System Collapse and Controlled Demolition.
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Poll Vaulting

Richard Baris presents some shocking statistics.
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Thomas Cowan: Viruses & Evolution

Thomas Cowan goes back to basics …
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Celtic Karma

The hard evidence reveals a Celtic narrative that’s not in the history books.

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Classical Chronology

During this stroll through Classical Antiquity please pause to ponder whether [amongst other things] an official slip of the hand transformed some “unknown origin” Phoenicians into “obscure” Greek Phocians.

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Buttermilk

Some unusual [and unsanitised] threads of history begin with a glass of buttermilk.

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Kepler’s Cloud

The data suggests astronomers have been pushing their luck and the outer boundary of the Solar System by assigning highly eccentric orbits to Long Period Comets that won’t ever return.

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Vesuvius Chronology

When was Pompeii buried beneath ash and pumice?

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Sardis 12: Roman Reversal

The Roman Reversal is a revealing Roman Chronology correction.

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Sardis 11: The Rubicon River

Follow Caesar as he sniffs out precious metals in Europe.

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Sardis 10: Follow The Griffin

Follow the Griffin as it sniffs out gold deposits across Europe.

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Sardis 9: Illusive Lydia

It’s difficult for the Kingdom of Lydia to be greater than the sum of it’s parts because it’s parts are hard to find.

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Sardis 8: The Arc of History

Unscrambling the Sardis Chronology Clusterfuck begins with the Macedonian and Seleucid narratives.

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