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Political correctness a distraction from real issues
Sometimes it seems the world has really gone mad in the name of “political correctness” with everything from television programmes to beer brands subjected to scorn following the terrible events in Minneapolis in May when George Floyd tragically lost his life in highly controversial circumstances.
‘Covid’ Ops: Poor Richard turns 70 today
It’s said that all people are six, or fewer, social connections apart but you don’t need that many steps to connect former South African president Nelson Mandela, astronaut John Glenn, golfer Nick Faldo, actor Vin Diesel, the grandfather of cricket W G Grace and billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson.
'Covid' Ops: Masked by a swastika in disguise!
If the “industrial-military complex” currently taking over the way we live, in the name of a bogus Covid19 worldwide pandemic, wanted to draw a line in society between those who blindly accept what they are being told and those who see the draconian measures being introduced as a threat to freedom, how would they go about it?
Syd Barrett: Pink Floyd's lost prophet
It's 14 years ago today that the original creative force behind legendary British progressive rock band Pink Floyd passed away, his life cut short by an excessive lifestyle that saw only glimpses of his immense talent appear to the world.
'Covid' Ops: What effect will the Maxwell factor have?
How long is it that she’s been in custody? Eight days isn’t it? And already the worms are starting to crawl out ahead of Ghislaine Maxwell’s appearance before a New York court for an arraignment and bail hearing via a video-link next Tuesday.
Bill Haley: Clocking in to rock'n'roll
On its first release in January 1955 it spent five weeks on top of the British charts, on it's second in April 1968 it reached number 20 and on a third release in March 1974 it got as high as number 12. In all it spent 57 weeks in the British charts and was the only release by the legendary Bill Haley to reach number one in the UK.
Tennis: When Hoad was king of the castle
If 2020 had gone to plan, the UK would currently be in the middle of the Wimbledon tennis fortnight, with Serbia’s Novak Djokovic probably still in the running to defend his title and secure a sixth championship crown.
UFOs: Road to a 'false-flag' alien invasion?
In April 2020 the United States Department of Defence authorised the release of three videos taken by US Navy pilots that seem to depict airborne, heat-emitting objects with no visible wings, fuselage or exhaust, performing in ways no “known” aircraft could achieve.