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Fresh update on "uk" discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

01:17 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uk" discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"The jokes in one minute get the water boiling, add salt, half a lemon, and the artichokes then cook for 40 minutes. But it takes a long time to eat the artichokes, right? Because you have to peel off each leave individually. So I'm a nerdy numbers guy. So of course have measured how long our family dinners on average are. And when we have artichokes, there are 12 minutes longer. So it gives me a long dinner and little prep time. So stuff like that, I'm really interested in little design hats. And also, now I know at least in Denmark, but I know in the UK prices of food are rising with inflation going up. So how can we eat better in it? Social way, but also sort of budget friendly way. And I know that the average UK household throw out 700 pounds worth of food each year. And that was pre-pandemic prices. So what I do at home is I have a retirement shelf for a hospice shelf in my fridge. So on that shelf are food I need to eat or we need to eat in the next day or two. So it's not hidden behind the jam on the top shelf. It's not somewhere in a draw. It's the first thing I see when I open the fridge. Okay, those red peppers, that salmon, we need to finish that in the next lunch in the next step. So I work those ingredients in and that help us really reduce food waste. So I think that's another sort of simple hack. And to me, Hugo is about achieving the good life on a low budget. So it's tips like that that I'm trying to convey. See, that's just making me think of the person who comes home, crappy day at work, the boss has been a bit of a pain. You open the fridge, you're not looking to be sustainable. You're not looking to save food. You are looking to be comforted. And sometimes the perishables, the vegetables, aren't going to do the job. But that, I mean, one can switch the way they think about those things, can't they? And I think it is about what you attach your happiness to. So yeah, when I read that, I just kind of thought, oh, I wonder, I understand that and I love it. But is that shelf going to win over the bad day that I've had for the last 9 hours? Not necessarily. But it will help you on some days. It will give you a better chance of utilizing those groceries than if you were spreading them out on different jobs and having the red peppers behind the strawberry jam on the top shelf. That you find two weeks from now. And then you have to clean that shelf. So it's giving yourself better odds of achieving what you want to achieve. To me, it's also making life a little easier. So on my phone, I always have a list of what I have in my freezer. Because you probably know you have some leftover, let's say, pollution maze. And you put it in a bag or in a container, and you put it in the friction, you think, I know this is bolognese. I will know this is pollinates. The next time I see it, but three months from now, you have added three other bags with brown stuff in it, and you don't know what is what. And you end up throwing it all. But I can now go on my phone and I can say, okay, in my freezer at home, we have some we have some rose. Leftover bottle that we froze down and now I can use that in a stew at some point. There's some chicken, there's some red curry and some peas. And there's some gooseberries and other stuff. But the red curry, the peas and the chicken, I can already use that in a new query. So actually when we come home to Copenhagen, I actually don't need to go shopping because we already have everything we need for dinner that night. And that just makes life a little easier, especially when in coming home from the airport with a one year old. So it's stuff like that that I think we can do little things that just helps us live better easier. Now, you mentioned that the fact that prices are going up in the UK. But I wanted to ask you about a particular I've been told this is a quirk of mine. It doesn't feel like a quirk to me. Because we're coming back to light. So as part of the podcast, I've been doing this thing called 12 habits. And it's basically trying to try something out for a month, live a certain way, try it on and see how it works. And a couple of months ago, I woke up every day at 5 a.m. because it was just a little bit early. It's just put a little bit of a pinch on the idea of an early start. And it was. It took about two weeks to get into it. But I think I did it in July when it's the sun is up. And I have to be honest, Mike, I love it. And actually, I get up at 5 a.m. every day now still. It actually helps me feel as though I've got a really good head start on the day. So I never feel overwhelmed, but that's another story. But we have moved on, and when I wake up now at 5 a.m., it is pitch black. And it is probably pitch black until about 6. 45 ish. It was really changed. And when I wake up, a bedside table light goes on, but no other light. So when I go into my living room, I'll put on the TV, and I will start working out, but there is no light on anywhere. Because for me, if I put the lights on, I've never, I don't think I probably in the time I've lived in this flat, which is over three years now. Just after I saw you, I think I've had the main lights on in the living room, maybe four times. I always have to have low light. This is just my way. Is that a quirk, or is that actually quite a good idea? I don't think it's a quick thing is just knew what happened. And it's

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UK to send 24 ambulances to Ukraine, says foreign secretary during visit

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

UK to send 24 ambulances to Ukraine, says foreign secretary during visit

"Ukraine for as long as it takes. NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg was resolute in his support for the war battered country, adding. We will not back down. Speaking to reporters ahead of a meeting of NATO foreign ministers and Romania next week, Stoltenberg urged member countries to continue providing air defense systems to Ukraine. As Ukraine's foreign minister is due to join them in Bucharest, Stoltenberg expressed the need to prepare Ukraine for the winter and the longer term. Over the longer term, we will help Ukraine transition from Soviet era equipment to

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The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

Finance Magnates

03:56 min | 3 d ago

The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Crypto exchange Coinbase to support Easy Bank Transfers for UK users

CryptoNinjas

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Crypto exchange Coinbase to support Easy Bank Transfers for UK users

"5 p.m. Thursday, November 17th, 2022. Crypto exchange coinbase to support easy bank transfers for UK users. Coinbase, the popular Bitcoin crypto exchange company announced today it will be rolling out easy bank transfers for UK users. The new feature delivers an easy way to add funds to coinbase accounts. Through a partnership with true layer, one of Europe's leading open banking platforms, coinbase is able to support easy bank transfers, which the post crypto exchange coinbase to support easy bank transfers for UK users appeared first on krypton ninjas.

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Sterling soars despite soft PMIs

MarketPulse

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Sterling soars despite soft PMIs

"For p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Sterling sores, despite soft PMIs. The British pound has posted sharp gains on Wednesday. In the North American session, pus is trading at 1.2063 up 1.51. The pound hasn't been at these levels since mid August. UK PMIs continue to decline the UK economy is likely in a recession, and today's soft PMI data will only raise concerns about the economic.

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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

"Britain's prime minister has made a surprise visit on Ukraine's capital Kyiv for talks with Ukraine's president Arriving at Ukraine's presidential palace as snowflakes fell from above UK prime minister Rishi sunak shook hands with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky as they joked about the weather in his first visit to Kyiv as prime minister sinak promised to send Ukraine more air defense technology including well over a hundred anti aircraft guns The $16 million air defense package comes as Russia has been pounding Ukraine's energy infrastructure the barrage on key targets including the power grid has caused widespread blackouts for millions of Ukrainians amid freezing weather Sunac praised Ukraine's strength in the face of Russian aggression The courage of the Ukrainian people is an inspiration to

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 UK push to restore finances means higher taxes, energy bills

AP News Radio

01:11 min | Last week

UK push to restore finances means higher taxes, energy bills

"The British government has raised taxes on the windfall profits of energy companies as part of the plan to shape up the country's economy The plan will see $65 billion worth of tax increases in spending cuts as Britain's new Chancellor of the exchequer Jeremy hunt attempts to improve his nation's economic credibility In the face of unprecedented global headwinds families pensioners businesses teachers nurses and many others are worried about the future With that introduction the Chancellor unveiled a parliament at package that he said would help tame inflation and rein in public debts whilst bolstering the economy facing pressure to tap huge profits of oil and gas hunt announced he will raise a windfall tax from 25 to 35% for a four year period starting in January 2024 Hans told a rowdy House of Commons that the needs of the British people were being met with his new plan Priorities are stability growth and public services We also protect the vulnerable because to be British is to be compassionate and this is a compassion Karen

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 Kevin Spacey to face 7 additional sexual assault charges in UK

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Kevin Spacey to face 7 additional sexual assault charges in UK

"Actor Kevin Spacey is facing more sexual misconduct charges in Britain With the latest Britain's crown prosecution is charging Kevin Spacey with 7 sex offenses that are all related to the same alleged victim in incidents between 2001 and 2004 Spacey now faces 12 charges overall in the UK He has already pleaded not guilty to charges he sexually assaulted three men between 2004 and 2015 when he was the artistic director at The Old Vic theater in London He's got a court hearing on December 16th on the new charges

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Are We Going to Give Up and Give the Left Everything They Want?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | Last week

Are We Going to Give Up and Give the Left Everything They Want?

"Lot of inspiration from Churchill because I know a lot of you feel as if we are all alone and that things are falling apart, especially after the unfortunate and just quite honestly, inexplicable news at times Carrie Lake losing independence on election day, voting machines going down on election day, the we can look to that sort of message of the only thing that the other side needs for their victory. The thing that they need for victory is for us to surrender and the question is, are we going to say that we will never surrender? I know a lot of you are exhausted and fatigued and many of you are just so sick and tired of this. You know, I was actually supposed to be right now in the UK. I was actually going to go visit blend in palace and all that. I canceled the whole thing. There's too much going on here in this country. America first is not just a slogan. You actually have to live out America first. I was going to go debate at the Oxford union. I was going to go speak at the Cambridge, all really nice stuff. You know, stuff that is art would be great honors and all those sorts of things. The country's in way too big of a crisis right now. Donald Trump is announcing for president tonight. We're going to be looking very closely at that. Obviously, what's going on in Arizona the attorney general's race, there's leadership elections in the house, the house representatives still not called. And so here we are. We need to ask ourselves the question, will we surrender? Are we just going to give up and give the left everything that they've been asking for?

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UK PM Rishi Sunak Is Pushing Heavily for CBDCs

The Bad Crypto Podcast

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

UK PM Rishi Sunak Is Pushing Heavily for CBDCs

"News that you can use. We did mention that the UK prime minister Rishi sunak is pushing heavily for CBDCs. I watched the video. I don't think it's in this article here, but there is a video of him and it just, it makes me want to retch because they are selling CBDCs as though they are going to be such a blessing for the people and it's going to just lead to all kinds of ways that we can use our funds and make everything more secure and the bottom line is. It's a trap folks. It's all a trap. Central Bank digital currencies will be used in the hands of nefarious people which many of our leaders already are to track everything you do. And if you want to question if this reality is something that could be a reality here, look up the Chinese social credit score system. They implemented this a few years ago where they are tracking everything people buy and sell. They're tracking what they post on social media. Who they are in contact with. And if they decide that you said something, they don't like or you are somehow in relationship with people that might be undesirables, they lower your social credit score just like that Black Mirror episode nosedive. If you haven't seen it, go watch it.

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UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London

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Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

Fore The People

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

"You've done, obviously, PGA's for, I've known you long, long time. Nationwide tour way, way back in the day too. LPGA a long time. Different kind of broadcasts. This is streamy live. Have you ever done a live stream broadcast ever and was it like complete anarchy? Everybody's starting at once, that type of deal. I mean, what was the main difference when you guys started? Were you pretty nervous? Like what the hell is it about to go down? Yeah, well, when you're 60, you're talking about live stream, it has a total different need. Usually means what happens in the middle of the night. We showed up in London now, granted if you guys remember back then. It was talked about in ruby, then all of a sudden they announced a schedule and they announced we're going to play, they didn't even announce a field to the week before, and they threw that together in no time at all and going to London with 5 weeks notice to stage a golf tournament and to put it on TV. It was such a huge endeavor. All of the equipment all throughout the UK and most of Europe had already been all the TV equipment was promised out to other shows. So they put this together in a bunch of 40 or 50 cubicle thingies these little tiny trailers that you see on a construction site as an office. And made this work and made it sing. It was interesting to say the least, I'm working with a number of thebe. I mean, most people I've never met before. Absent the camera guys and the technicians, a lot of whom in the industry I'd known for a long, long time. But the people behind the scenes of people in the organization have lived, I had not met any of them. At all. And all of a sudden, I wasn't there. I was nervous since I've ever been.

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 UK delays Northern Ireland vote to restore power-sharing

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK delays Northern Ireland vote to restore power-sharing

"Northern Ireland elections aimed at restoring the region's power sharing government had been delayed until January Efforts to end a stalemate over post Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland collapsed last week triggering a legal requirement for the central government in London to cool new elections for the regional assembly despite initial expectations that the vote would take place in late December Northern Ireland secretary Chris heaton Harris who refused to confirm a date as it holds talks with local leaders

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UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

"Britain's interior minister is facing criticism for describing migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats as an invasion Home secretaries used the term while defending conditions at a processing center for new arrivals where some 4000 people have been held in a facility intended for just 1200 She'd referred to small boat crossings as the invasion of our southern coast and said illegal immigration is out of control Immigration minister Robert jenrick quickly distanced himself from her words Critics accuse rathmann of deliberately worsening conditions at the processing center by refusing to book hotel rooms for asylum seekers Charles De Ledesma London

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Is the U.S. Too Powerful to Damage Other Global Economies?

The Trish Regan Show

01:33 min | Last month

Is the U.S. Too Powerful to Damage Other Global Economies?

"We've got a ton of questions coming in already. So let me start here with Ian. And he's asking that, you know, you've got countries around the world, like here in the UK, U.S. actions that are dragging the pound and other currencies down with saying a U.S. recession is on the way is the U.S. too powerful to damage other countries economies. This is an excellent question. I'm going to let Charles weigh in. I'll give my take sort of first on it. I get a kick out of the left is very sort of, okay, we don't like America. We don't like America. Well, here's the deal. Since World War II, America's kind of it, like we're the game in town, right? And that's because we became the world's reserve currency. Right. And then, and Charles knows more about this than I do. But then, of course, you know, we lost the gold standard. We had all the gold, right, following World War II, and that's one of the reasons why we became the world's reserve currency. And we used a peg, our dollars to the gold. Well, now that we don't anymore, because we undid that whole brand wood system, now that we don't, our Federal Reserve has an enormous amount of power. Enormous amount of power not just over us as individuals in terms of our livelihoods, but the entire world, so look, the U.S. has a massive impact on inflation everywhere else in the world because as the U.S. dollar gets stronger, well, guess what? Every other currency goes down.

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Brexit crisis pushes N Ireland to brink of new election

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Brexit crisis pushes N Ireland to brink of new election

"Northern Ireland politicians are making a last ditch attempt to break a political impasse triggered by Brexit that stopped the formation of a functioning government in Belfast Members of the Northern Ireland assembly will meet to try to elect a speaker the first step toward restoring a power sharing government that's been on ice since a may election the main British unionist body the democratic unionist party or DUP has said it would veto the move as part of its protests over post Brexit customs checks if the regional politicians fail the UK government says it will need to call a new election for Northern Ireland Charles De Ledesma London

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 UK leader Sunak faces opposition in Parliament for 1st time

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

UK leader Sunak faces opposition in Parliament for 1st time

"Britain's new prime minister Rishi sunak is holding a meeting of his new cabinet before facing the opposition in parliament for the first time as leader Soon axe appointed a government mixing allies with experienced ministers from the previous governments as he tries to tackle Britain's multiple economic problems office says the lineup in his team aims to ensure that at this uncertain time this continuity at the heart of government but during the regular House of common session known as prime minister's questions opposition politicians are likely to focus on the baggage the new ministers carry from the governments of Boris Johnson and Charles

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We Need an Educated Population in Order to Keep Succeeding

The Trish Regan Show

01:35 min | Last month

We Need an Educated Population in Order to Keep Succeeding

"Need an educated population in order to keep succeeding. China has been working since the Song dynasty. Thousands of years ago to make sure that they have an educated population. You know, in fact, back then, the students from all over the country would participate in exams. Anybody could participate and they were blind exams in that anyone who wanted to take the exam could and there was no sort of preferential treatment to certain families because you were given just a number. This was very long time ago. But it was seen as a chance for upward mobility in their culture. There were only at one point some 333 jobs you could even get. And they had 400,000 people taking this exam. So you can see that dams and studying and getting ahead and seeking opportunity from an educational perspective has long been part of China's history. And it's important that it be ours too. I mean, we're obviously a much younger country, but we've historically always been tops and education. And we need to continue being tops and education, but in order to do that, you need to have a good, fundamental start. And when you see fourth graders and 8th graders slipping is badly as they have, in fact, slipping the most. These are the largest declines since 1990 when they first began tracking this stuff. When you see that and you see the kids are not reading the way they once were. They're not able to do math the way they once were. That's a big problem.

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The Lesson Joe Biden Should Learn From Liz Truss

The Trish Regan Show

01:11 min | Last month

The Lesson Joe Biden Should Learn From Liz Truss

"Liked the sort of Margaret Thatcher enthusiasm of Liz truss, but let's be realistic what she wanted to do was completely out of line with what the Federal Reserve or their equivalent of the Federal Reserve that would be the Bank of England was trying to do. And as such, she didn't have the ability or the political capital to go forward with those massive tax cuts at a time when they were doing everything they could to reign in inflation and therefore drag all the money out of the system rather than put more in. It's a good thing for Joe Biden to notice. Only in that, what he's trying to do right now, and by the way, it's getting held up for legal reasons with the student loan program, is very similar to what she was trying to do with tax cuts. In other words, it's free money giveaways. All while, our Federal Reserve is doing everything it can. Well, not everything. I think it could. And should be doing a whole lot more. But doing what it can to restrict that money supply. And rain and inflation. And so you have the left hand and the right hand, basically not talking to each other at all. And working against each other, that's what was happening in the UK. It's people. And in fact, that's exactly what's happening here.

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"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Broad but your favorite products are staying the sib. That's excellent news. But they produce sixty percent of our co two in the uk Except when they don't because they announced on the fifteenth of september that cf industries holdings inc a us company A nice to hold of operations that uk facilities so co two production stopped and as a result. The government has effectively stepped into bill. This company. now they. They said that they were not going to step into smaller energy. Real retail companies. That are being stuff by the price of wholesale energy at the moment but they are going to be like this big. us organization And so let's pay bring quasi back on screen again at. This agreement will ensure the many critical industries that rely on a stable supply of seal to have the resource. They required to avoid disruption. So they're calling this a short term intervention. i basically. They're saying that. The agreement will ensure the many that sorry the many critical industries that rely on. Co two have resources. They require The quick decisive action was taken to resolve. The issue shows the seriousness with which they've approached it and they're going to provide this company basically the the the running capital david that they need to get through the next several weeks and well it can't be described as anything other than a bailout. Yes and yes. It's like me leaving a site. The deep deeply funny situation that we've got a shortage of co to not just take me deeply undefined. We're talking about price caps on gossip. Prices price capital walk price ceilings. Dot work if the if the market value insult above the price ceiling. You set the ceiling. What you get shortages on angie thames beans black ice so watch for that one on unintended of this company not be able to make ends meet you to prices have gone up five hundred percent. How can they not be making money. I couldn't adult be surviving on. That seems very strange. I wonder if those more to that story can tell us the question is this. Is this perhaps deliberate policy to suppress the co two. In order to suppress the eating of beets and help usher in the green agenda. That is very much. what's on the on. The cards are brian and certainly That's one of the things that are discussing in new york at the moment in preparation for cop. Twenty six But richie Is very excited. That the moment Because green finances vital in helping us tackle the economic environmental challenges. This on the launch of our first green ball is a signal that the uk continues to be a world leader in this area. So devotee will be mighty impressed to know that the uk government issued its first green bonds yesterday and they got ten billion pounds worth of finance at the pump integrate new projects And they're going to do a second issues of green bonds later in the year where they're expecting another five or ten billion so they're very excited about this is very very good a very interesting to see how demise to know what to invest in since price signals are no longer working because we're investing in things because of political imperatives on fake science not because this dot com economically Seems to me to be a way of losing a great deal of money. But maybe i'm just old fashioned nostalgic. I think is the word that that's Which is you need to needed. Watched previous uk call use Perhaps understand what we may bill up. But i mean let's move on if you like what the uk called does and you'd like to support us police head over to uk call dot org forward slash community and their options to help us out there. Please do share our material find on the various platforms including twitter facebook. Still some high. Don't know quite high. Were still there but anyway. We are for the meantime brand new chip rubble. Bits should say. Although i should say somebody in the chat box said that the facebook stream is working today. So maybe i'm already out of about one Just a quick reminder that we have put up Our vouchers for christmas presents If anybody wants to grab one of those to give as a gift a christmas and We'll we'll have more to talk about on this issue in the not too distant future indeed well if we got madness in the economic system. Let's jump into subject of health. And the bbc getting it's underwear slightly tangled. Think in this one. Because i don't really know where to go but look at the headline over prescribing. Medicines must stop says the government. So this isn't a country being rammed full of vaccines which is clearly medication but over. Prescribing medicines stop. Many patients are being prescribed unnecessary and even harmful treatments. Can you imagine such a thing happening in the u type. This must be fake news. Because you don't need a prescription for vaccine but you do do need a prescription for the types of drugs that you get from your gpa. And nobody can get to see their gpa. So how can this be. Well we can. We explore this whole scenario. So here we all. The review in england suggests a tenth of items dispense by primary. Inappropriate should be changed. Fifteen percent of people take five moments today summer to deal with the side effects of this surely. They can't be defects from medication. Could be the government is appointing a prescribing. Saw to how with the issue and stopped waste so That is clearly going to solve the whole problem now. This gentleman's quoted in the article professor molten marshall. He's chair of the royal college of gp's he says the gp's will only ever prescribed medication to patients in conversation with them. And after a frank discussion about the risks and benefits of the treatment and went will turn options have been explored. Have you met anybody in the last few years has that story to tell about the. Gp's andy body a tool who's been told the risks. Well what risks are we ways been particularly interested in. of course it's the risks of vaccination so we're just these words in professor in marshall's mouth except he's vaccinations where we will most never talk about the real risks of accident adverse reactions and of course we get paid for the jobs. So now we're getting a clue for why there is absolute mayhem they gp surgeries because we can see some of it of the toll. So this is the gentleman chair with the.

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"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"While at the same time the end of the western world being told to get jabbed and never mind if he calls you a miscarriage. Okay well staying on health and staying with the male This is a whole series of articles which suddenly seemed to be coming to the full. And it's all about the fact of course the people cannot see the gp's but the male appears to be picking up on the fight. This is causing huge problems. So we've got growing toll of cancers and devastating illnesses missed by remote doctors. Fused concerns over health care appointments and we'll go to graphics from subsiduary articles in support of this topic but they will say produced this graphic of qualities. Not not too good. But we'll see what we can do to help show what's actually being said here. So the first part of this is boy numbers so it says that eighty point seven million doctor's own course ruffling eighty point seven million fewer face to face appointments Says eighty percent is the proportion of face to face appointments in two thousand and nineteen. So we're a massive drop Fifty nine point two percent. The proportion of face to face appointments fell lost year because of the pandemic as so. It's all being blamed on the pandemic but people simply saying the doors of their gp surgeries are shots. And they've no idea why this is still continuing and the statistics go on it says towards the baltimore thirteen. The number of clinical commissioning groups still offering less than hall from their appointments face to face and to only two can nickel commission. Groups are offering more than seventy percent appointments face to face. But of course the doctor at us for the images grinning from here to here because the not seeing the patients but they still absolutely being a given their full pay plus bonuses if they come into the vaccination program so This is pretty in your face. Collapse of the health system is the worst fife clinical commissioning groups. And we've got south sefton. Soul food southeast. London southport formby and cheshire and What's the lowest of those forty four forty four point nine percents roughly cough of the previous provisions. But all the money still being paid to these gp's and they're very profitable business space surgeries if we go to the best five while we're up into the The lowest is sixty nine. Point two percent but up to seventy two point six percent of Peop- will call it of people who are still able to see the gp so Drop roughly thirty percent but we still going to keep my label in there that the gp's are being paid. And then this is the overall growth that putting forward out to show how face to face appointments have full and well the appointments of and so Problems medical problems not being diagnosed now. We've got the problem. Hospitals can't cope the people who are coming through the system. And the nhs we know is outsourced a lot of the screening tests that it should be doing so what we're actually watching. Mike is breakdown of the system. Yes that's feeding through to the death statistics because we're saying excess mortality creeping bucket but it's not covert related according to the government statistics. So even the deaths that are being attributed to covert only Comprise a very small proportion of the excess mortality. Were saying at this point in time and just to put the charleston. He's the garage in keeping up. The hype owned corona virus and a goal slave got the immediate plugged. Vaccinating the children. Uk start vaccinating. Twelve to fifteen year olds join reports forty nine new cases and incomes a whole glut statistics to have ramp-up the fear factor or at least keep the fear factor in uk going. I'm so what is going on with With corona virus policy in this country. Well let's have a look at this and thank you to the viewer. Who sent this to me. This is a job advancement on a date. let's just zoom in a little bit on this for a truck interest. Driver for project echo naiad heard project echo will have a look about one second but this is for professional security personnel with road transport. There getting paid ninety day With proven experience in the security industry. So they've got to be a security personnel and they're going to be driving around making sure people are Conforming to the tested traits requirements for international travel. But this is very strange will remind you of in a second. Let's have a look at what project echo is. And it's by this person. Here steve watson. Who's deputy director emergency services mobile communications program at the home office. And he's been doing job since two thousand fourteen and previous body was working for the metropolitan police. He produced this an april. I think it was This series of graphics co. project echo when it's echostar's for enhanced appliance for health outcomes. So that's a nice acronym there. So this is all about international travel quarantining at home and this was produced in april saw the rules that applied at that point This is all about the journey of a traveler from an numberless country And the data is received from ditches process. Sorry by the run team and so it goes on and mighty you're one of the companies that are involved in this The conducting visits using an up and set workflow And so they have. Here's a summary of the service and the kind of Quantities run the country that they're getting involved in but what confused me about this was. We just reported last week that the government has to travel restrictions. Were being changed. The traffic light system was being dropped. Their arnaud lewis countries anymore obelisk countries become go countries and so they become like a green list countries and there's no requirement for double job to be tested pete. Pre-departure tests scraps on fox. News will be required to quarantine on retard And hotel quarantine stays for noguchi countries but his definition of echo was that at volt umbrella so quite sure echo changes but thought Job advertisement was for contract which could last up to three years so clearly. This is not going away anytime soon. Despite the relative relaxing of travel restrictions on the confusion goes zone. Of course it does. But in the meantime brian you were talking a second ago about Vaccinations for twelve. To fifteen year olds a lot of people sent this to saw thought we'd just cover. This is the consent form corona virus vaccine consent form for children and young people It's come from the uk health security agency and the national health service. There's been a fusion going on there and Well let's just zoom in on a couple of the aspects of this It says one way you could help the sorry one way to help you. Stay safe is to get a corona virus vaccine the krona virus. Vaccines should stop getting very poorly..

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07:10 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Italy forty percent retail hike predicted for the next quarter here. So let's just take a look at What else might be Driving this So let's look what's causing the energy inflation. Ask the big question My here so we have a number of official theories. call them conspiracy theories if you will. But this is what they're saying. There's an increased. Demand is economies open up. That's a bit disingenuous. Because you know industry's been running. Cities are running is building still have lights on and using power and so forth For the most part. So i don't buy this. do you buy that. No no not at all. But that's using ovid as an excuse for trying to wrap this into the cova narrative which governments in the media loved to do of course so look at this uncertainty in the markets uncertainty in the markets. What kind of uncertainty wears is coming from. Is there any explanation. Well i guess they're shocked that winter's coming after autumn mike that it's gonna get cold in the winter. That's an uncertainty. I guess we just can't predict the weather anymore. Going forward into the season. So if there is any uncertainty in the markets mike who would be responsible for that uncertainty. Take awhile guess who would be the one culprit media well. The government government injecting various new policies and regulations that would create more uncertainty in the market. So they went to blame it on the weather. So asia is buying up all the ellen g that's liquefied natural gas supplies and that's driving up the prices. This is what they're saying in bloomberg is what they're saying at cnbc so that Blame it on the chinese and the japanese. It's their fault okay. So here's another one. I love this. the weather. the weather is because of the weather is not enough. Win for the turbines mike. Do you buy that one Without has certainly been the case that for a lot of this year we have seen very settled weather over europe and the turbines of not being turning and so we've had to see coal fired. Power station switched back on again So they can blame the weather. But if that's pushing prices up Well by by two three four hundred percent. I don't think so. I don't think we'll give them partial credit though there is a little bit of weather Involved in this but but really. What's the subtext of that. Last one is that the green energy is a total flop. Correct basically so and that brings us to This the uk delay in getting nuclear power plants online. So is this legitimate excuse for massive up surge in european and uk energy markets. No i'm not buying any of this out in fact if you look at the Demand of if you look at the Generating capacity in the uk over the last ten years. It has been steadily falling over that ten year periods. So it's not a case that there's a delay getting nuclear power plants online. It's more of a kiss. The coal fire partitions are switched off at anything which is viewed as being On green is being switched off so space switched off faster than the other replacements could be coming online. That's a big driver of of the The the the shock in the energy markets. Yes it is nigh on on monday We mentioned We mentioned this and it was just a one off thing because it'd be tweeted. Uk day had base load. Electricity prices jumped to fresh thyme. High of three hundred fifty four points per megawatt are on the The intraday prices were even higher than that. So the day prices went through the roof but that was seven hundred percent higher than the forty. Five point average Just to to zoom about a little bit. So so that was what We reported on monday but by wednesday. The bbc how was reporting this uk. Par prices soar after cable hit by bliss but they were talking about the prices on wednesday and they made no comment about the prices on monday and in fact the bbc has completely changed the headline of this article already. Which is why we're using the way back machine. But this headlines designed to to make the reader think that the powers price soars is because of cable that caught fire. That's exactly right so they didn't talk about the the the price spike on monday and they haven't explained that they're talking about a single event on wednesday and the and the potential causes of that which is an infrastructure problem. Okay but it doesn't. They're not dealing with The the underlying problem which you're talking about is much broader the just one particular event. Sure i mean what. What are we really looking at here. We're looking at the great reset mike. This this is the chaos that is is is Is coming through with the sort of the great reset is being done by through a number of factors but the the result is very clear. Let's take a look at this. What's causing the energy inflation. Well these are. What what. I think what we think are likely causes here. Price speculators or profiteering. There is no doubt about that. The futures markets are absolutely Exploding and you know market traders when you liberalize the energy markets free-floating as they did from enron to t till now this is why we have. This is why your bills are five times more than they were in. Nineteen ninety five okay. It's not because of natural market forces. This is because they have created energy markets. That didn't exist before the allow for massive speculation. of course you'll never have the bbc ever lifting a finger on that one and here the failure of green energy and guess what. Wow gas is in short supply mike. So guess what's up seventy percent coal. Kohl's up seventy percent. What does that mean. It means that carbon carbon permits are driving up the cost of fossil fuel. So when cole is up seventy percent obviously you need carbon permits for the polluting so the carbon markets are doing really well right now in this particular crisis okay. Great reset great reset. Green new deal so in government led disruptions labor shortages. No last year remember. They couldn't get the staff. Some plants were down because of the ping democ. You remember all that cove in nineteen so again. Kovic policies crazy kovic policies with the ping democ were causing labor disruptions. Not only that. Just people testing positive. Whatever staying home etcetera. So that's again government led. This is a government led disruption. So look at this. Carbon permits that's government government disruptions covert policies that's government green policies that's government to and the eu delaying the approval of the nord stream pipeline. So there is affordable natural gas that can come into europe. Mike bed comes from a source. We wanted really trade with. It's coming from russia. That's a big problem. So we are paying consumers in europe.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"Wednesday was a busy day Just all the nonsense came afterwards. Sees news program of course but that we're going to start off with the u. aucas partnership is that how we pronounce it. Not really sure. I'm sure joe biden is going to tell us just one second but this is the united kingdom. The united states in austria have agreed what they describe as a landmark defense and security partnership that will defend our security interests around the world. I'm not sure who are is but that's what they're saying And so it's going to see the us. The uk and australia or lease astray is going to be provided with technology to build nuclear powered submarines for the time and other very boris johnson was very keen to make sure everybody understood that this was nuclear powered submarines the of a nuclear reactor on there to provide propulsion. But nothing else. So the nuclear weapons on there but Well joe stole the show. I have to say they had a bit of a press conference and joe was in the middle of the street prime minister on the left on boss johnson on the right And stretched enough. Joe didn't say anything prime minister led off. They weren't in person. I should've said Because of prime minister and the debars johnson On the on screen only so after they had both spoken. Joe thank them. Let's have a list. That went. And i wanna thank That fell down under. Thank you very much. Appreciate the premise. I i'm honored today to be joined by to america's closest allies australia united kingdom to launch a new phase of the trilateral security cooperation among our countries as prime minister morrison a prime minister. Johnson said thank you for this partnership your vision as we embark together on this strategic mission. Although australia the uk and us partnership aucas. It sounds strange in all these acronyms but assists goodwin

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06:57 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Grimstad has been largely successful. But what does happen overnight. Even though those distracted directed plotted centrally organized. Bits of terrorism. Take bit longer to rebuild overnight. You can't have a Sorry a psychological boost. Morale boost to extremists already here or in other countries so We've got to start worrying about terrorism again immediately. So this fearful because we've got of course the big problem of of flu covert and other viruses over the winter plus terrorism plus also of course the sky's falling down as a result climate change so stress. The nation's certainly all the nations the more they can manipulate the policy. So don't pay any attention to the fear. Mongering of these people now the other day Brian you're talking about the santer sister. Sisterhood who were trying to save afghans And of course you have This lady Onscreen at the moment. whose name. Alice just one thank you. And she was making phone calls to people in afghanistan during the evacuation partly in directing ordering military personnel on the ground there. Yeah incredible absolutely incredible story. She does look very noyce in this picture. Though with a combat gear and earrings the to go together. So well or think yes. Well thank you very much. The person that sent this through too but Somebody pointed that. Of course is the same lady that left a well. It was described in this article in the mirrors alluded gun but it was loaded with blanks. At the headline here is calcium covered. This was back in two thousand and five when she was working for the special investigation branch the royal military police. She was on some kind of training operation and got as they described Short short And so she Headed into a supermarket to use the lose their and just happened to leave her Holstered gun redo. This started a nationwide search for the for the gun. so This is the kind of person that we're dealing with here and well just wanted to answer that but a think you do a little bit work. What she's up to now she's actually an nlp an lp trained Future lead associates. Training will sorts of organizations in the ship Which i think is a really fantastic contrast between her sister who works the gun and showing people how to do it. Really yes i if The head of ms five is telling us we got be worried about islamic extremism. Of course. we've got to remember. We've got to be worried about right wing extremism as well and of course. What is concentrating right. Wing extremism extremism these days. Will it's on locked on protesters so on so here's skied use The headline is cove nineteen anti vaccine. Posted a fine with razor blades. Attached to the back of them to cup people as they're taken done union says i'm so this is the rmt. The rail maritime transport union has called for the courts to the hardest possible line when dealing with perpetrators behind the dangerous posters and mc ledge. Who's the head of the rmt's said any antivirus. Vox conspiracy theorist resorting to this disgusting practice of listening. Their propoganda with razor blades needs to know that they will face criminal prosecution. Will the question is who put them up. Of course nobody knows who put them up. Were they there were they. Actually put it all in fact Transport for london said they're not aware of any incidents of posters with blades. Touched them being find a way to the stores. Come where did this story come from israel. i don't know But of course you know that would be pretty disgusting if somebody did put such a poster up at the point is i make lynch more. Rmt union is prepared to push the story. Then yes. I would just suggest that. Perhaps it's related to this story. Which of course from the bbc we highlighted this a couple of weeks ago. From the bbc's auntie disinformation whatever she is by spraying. Where is the audi locked on. Movement headed And she was pushing A piece of video a little short report which is absolutely suggesting that the anti locked eye movement is some kind of gateway to to right wing extremism and that people that are involved in the anti locked movement are heading in the direction of criminals themselves. This is a narrative which is building and this sky news article and this story about Razor blades on the box of posters fades into that narrative. Just suggested props. We might be a little skeptical about A budget of just add with marianna spring of cool. She thinks she knows what's happening in the world. Salvati doesn't cause she's in the bunker. The bbc but the twitter page enables people to send a factual information documents Brealey analysis. Some of which we've we've taken people through Also provide that evidence and then ask the question. Keep it absolutely evidence. Factually based and put her under pressure with questions. is a look. She can do to help marianna spring actually think of it instead of just being a bbc propagandist now. A couple of weeks ago We mentioned Leslie chloe smith the minister for the constitution and that she was talking about the state of democracy and the uk instead of democracy generally at she said For elected in the second american president john adams was strikingly pessimistic about democracy. Remember it never lost long. He wants warned. But it's exhausts a murders itself those adversaries fibber. Control corruption conformity. We fight for freedom responsibility. Enterprise intolerance with what she sang So that was a couple of weeks ago but it fascinates me now because the question is what is in these people's minds but democracy in the state of democracy because of course they're not putting bill on elections bill at which is there to keep our elections free and fair and will ensure democracy across the uk continues to thrive so they've got to put more legislation in place to walk to counter people that are attempting to undermine democracy in the uk as got to the point that there's so much cynicism about democracy in the uk that people are deliberately going out to undermine the elections It's not clear exactly what's going through her mind but anyway she set out In the commons. The government's plans to update electoral law. it's delivering partly on a uk wide manifesto commitment on it's going to help safeguard elections and then sure democracy remains secure fair modern transpired that if you've finished throwing up into the nearest bucket after i read that bit light The new law is going.

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06:33 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"The vehicle has an inability to accurately on the move that seems to be a little bit of a disadvantage for this vehicle it's called an inability to reverse over obstacles wife. You can't fly your gun at somebody. I think you're going to be reversing law might So in in Ability to reverse overall obstacles would probably be pretty good. And he's the statistic just twenty six five hundred. Eighty nine vehicles have been delivered now. People should be on the phone to the. Mp's they should be e-mailing they should be knocking on their dole's every day to all scou- three point five billion could be handed over to this country. General dynamics it boasts on its website. That it's a key supply to the uk ministry defense while think it deserves that toy till because we've seen this apply and they boost law of things where a major player in britain's white me and defense industrial base More than knowing hundred highly skilled jobs sustained us soil said oakdale and birth south wales with a further two hundred at assen hastings. So this is an american company. Join very hauled to say well. Actually we're british and we're looking after you brits are no. This is difficult to read so thought we'd how view as out. Let's blow a little bit of it up here. we've built a unique uk capability and integration and digitalization evolvement. Fighting vehicles bringing together. The best of the uk's automative and defense injury nearing skills and successfully integrating sixteen thousand Into of the entire range of the british army's current fleet from challenger tanks to landrovers. This doesn't fill me with confidence. In view of what we've just seen. We invested more than twelve million in a new. Uk omid fighting vehicle center of excellence. Well this is just outrageous. So they begin three point. Five billion taken twelve million out of a tube to make up pr center. Yeah that profits are pretty huge. They will some comments in the ogle about the prophets fake walls. But it's it's billions and we've established a new omid pointing vehicle-assembly integration and testing facility in south wales to deliver ajax to the british army. So this is just disgraceful stuff but what we need to understand is this is part of a program to dismantle britain's own capability so his the daily mail from april two thousand seventeen where it says tanks for the memories brit names tanks production off to ninety three years future tank models will have german guns and if we get into the detail just did a little bit for our audience. This is Hun salt we're back in nineteen sixty three and mr newman. Dolts is very upset about the clues closure of the royal ordnance factory will edge and he talks about indecent haste to close britain's armaments manufacturing capability i've inserted aircraft as well because the same things being done to the aircraft industry but wall people are focused on in nineteen. What is happening behind. The scenes is a huge off of. Uk's industrial base is being dismantled. And it's very obvious to say okay. an interesting article in our t- This there to go. This shimla blair lectures the world of military strategy with no word of the safety engineered for an illegal assault on iraq. So this is This is by damian wilson He is a uk. Journalist ex fleets editor. He says Financial industry consultant on political communications special advisor to the u k on the eu He's calling blair a war criminal who deserves to put on trial. He said His blair's acquiescence to us demands for an attack on so the said earned blair the us medal of freedom from george bush and twenty years of Appropriate opprobium from british public. Which has only increased as the years apostol on par with his own Immense personal wealth opole in two thousand seventeen to third of the british public. Would like to see blair put on trial as a war criminal. I think that is probably understatement of the truth but nonetheless It's an interesting article. Do have a readout on. It's very interesting because of course at blair started this whole issue of can we say this of Islam and terrorism in the country because we have got involved in these countries in the first place. we've been really have this problem with lloyd's weapons of mass destruction and his support of course for the knowing eleven so story so now that we're out of afghanistan We've got The rhetoric started builds to make us fearful of the next terrorist attack. And this is ken mikhail. At from 'em i five And he has been saying that the terrorist threats of the uk. I'm sorry to say is a real during saying he's particularly concerned. that Neither afghanstan has fallen to the taliban that is likely to have emboldened uk terrorists. He said He told bbc this. I think on the today programme The twilight terrorism or at least the threat from terrorism would change overnight There could be morale-boost for terrorists. So they've got a morale-boosting they're they're coming back wasn't go to morale boost. The free equipment in the military equipment was left to them in in afghanistan. He said the terrorist threat to the uk. I'm sorry to say is a real enduring thing. There's no doubt that events not ghanistan will of heartening and bolton some of those extremists and so being vigilant to precisely these kinds of risks is what my organizations focused on with a threat to a with a range of other threats. Terrorist threats tend to change overnight in the sense of directed applauding training camps or infrastructure. The sorts of things that al qaeda employed enough ghanistan at the time of nine eleven These things do inherently take time to build and the twenty year effort to reduce the terrorist threat has been for from us. grimstad has been largely successful. But what does happen overnight. Even though those distracted directed plotted centrally organized. Bits of terrorism. Take bit longer to rebuild overnight..

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"To the human question is a final answer. I china and russia. I would go out acting the environment from nasa. Elton rude last. I feel too. Many people are beginning to smallest out. You latest proving they must die. Perhaps they'll organized generate thousand kilowatts instead of laying around link patients for medical needs. Make nine okay. Well done priceless. isn't it. I think it was really excellent. We enjoyed that one and we finish on another bit of good news interesting. Little phone call to say appears that we've now over them group of westminster. Mp's that have finally decided it's time to tune into the uk column so of course we can't mention names but we will say if you were part of the team now watching us From westminster. we're delighted that you're onboard and perhaps in the future one or two of you may be coined enough to do an interview for uk. Call them. We'll leave that okay. Thanks for joe. I'll just say we'll be in a few minutes for extra if you're on the uk called my stream. Otherwise be back on friday as usual date. Thanks for joining us about blah blah..

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Risk assessment carried. I notice to any possible. Adverse mental health affects was ever done. So i think this is truly a pulling response coming in from the psychologist but the other thing is that we in the discussion. You've just had you just been talking about effects on the public that the reality is that the government started out using applied psychology to influence people within the government itself and the case stall point was death Food and rural says whether it was a thirty four million pound program in order to use applied psychology own To change the way they sold to behave to full of government policy and what was unleashed within a matter of months. A brutal cole. Of eleven million animals volley the foot mouth pandemic. So we shouldn't just be looking at. What's the effect his own public. We've got to look up. What the effect of this political employed psychology is on people within government itself both politicians and members of what was the civil service. Yes at knife. Anybody is unsure about. That's a couple of animals under the foot. Martha regime the slaughtered on suspicion policy. Then please do search for slaughter on suspicion on the uk color website That documentary is backup Following our removal from youtube video them bitches at least isn't it But it's it's on. It's on the website again so so do search for it and do watch it if you haven't seen it because we've got to remember that. That policy was instigated by the wonderful deal. Ferguson who is As many will know absolutely behind locked on in the uk. We'll look we're overtime so we've got to end there. I would say thank you very much bryan. Thank you alex for. Brilliant in the studio were not doing an extra today because sadly alex has a trend koch But we back at the same time one pm as usual on friday. we'll see them bye bye..

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07:19 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"An independent certification body. So this isn't about the government providing digital identity services but third parties providing digital identity services. And of course there's all kinds of data protection applications ethical implications but will come onto some those and the second. Let's just remind ourselves what the government was saying about this. They would put plus. I did a management policy at explain how they create attend disclose protect and delete ditta They're gonna follow industry standards for best practice for information security and encryption because the uk government is renowned for its capability in this area adds a hope everybody recognizes the sarcasm and that statement but anyway at telling the user if any changes for example and update the address will be made to their digital identities so There's nothing in place to prevent somebody. That's providing a service to make changes to their data without the persons knowledge but they will be told about slots fantastic now about not warm couple of months ago. Who is the minister for digital infrastructure. Said it's become increasingly important in this digital age to be able to establish trust particularly online. There are times in day to day life when you may be asked to prove something about yourself to access a service or product so remember this is before the men conversation about covert Passports had covert id. was really big discussed But clearly the is being put in place for this as quickly as it can be. He won't say having a great digital identity that you can use easily and universally will be the cornerstone of future economies and they provided some nice documentation that goes with this to give an example of the types of digital identities that That they would be providing one type of digital identity which could be developed under a trust framework is similar to a wallet but created security on your device so you need to have the device and lets you store various trusted piece of information about yourself. We call these pieces of a personal information attributes. so you're effectively a an item at a database Your you have attributes and you can choose went on with whom you share these attributes. But you've probably never show share your whole wallet of information again. This should be making. Everybody feel very reassured. Said yes. This could include disclosing details from the government such as your legal name. Your data you're right to reside to work or study as well as details from other organizations such professional qualifications or employment history. An well at the time of the reported this which i think was in march and again. They've reminded us about this today when they made this new disclosure this new update to this at the running a consultation. A survey on the details are on screen. At the moment. i think Sorry that's actually wrong one. That's the one in march but there's a similar The consultation going. On at the moment i will make sure that the correct Url for that in the show notes under the under the video later on this afternoon so the running consultation. I think it adds towards the end of august and people may want to get involved in that So where does that take us. We'll course let's have a look at a couple of companies that are involved in wanting to get into this area so we've got This group here at covert Cova digital possible. Keep your stuff as there's patients safe using your copay identity verification system. these things will plug into this This framework at this point all really bidding for this type of work but they really very keen to get To get registered to get approved at a way they go The end covert passport solution by the way Is funded through a government. Backed innovate innovate. Uk grant so they probably have a fairly good chance This one is a world wherever has made it easier and matching the world where everything is better. I couldn't get any better. This of course is fed. Go there's some Noble by metrics on there with fingerprint reader. And so on. And let's have a look at one of the block pool which is basing identity on customer blockchain development and so it it just it gets better and better. We have one more thing here Well no this is Switzerland of course a couple of months ago shut down there as described in this headline digital identity escaped shot die by voters over data privacy concerns. But so. Where does this take us. We've got covert passports. We've got a central what we've got a framework that third parties to guarantee digital identities. And so on but this cannot really be separated from the concept of central bike digital currencies. We've be talking about this quite a bit over the last few months. This was said the bank for international settlements. Tweet in june the end of june cdp's cb dc's offer in digital form. The unique advantages of central bank money settlement finality liquidity and integrity bolstering. The central bank foundation says the payment system of the key point here is that whereas central bank money. If you wanna call it that Was mainly for the use of is provided on a wholesale basis to To commercial banks. Of course what they wanted to do is to rule this to you. And i in other words. They're providing retail Central bike digital currencies and Two types of retail central bike digital currencies one which is so account based on one which is token based. So they very much want to get on the The bitcoin bandwagon here. And but so the question is what are the applications. This will in fact part of this was covered during the symposium on thursday afternoon by catherine austin fitts and. I'm just gonna play a short excerpt from that because the implications I'm good ask david to comment on the second. Just this now. What is the danger if you combine vaccine passports which is really a way of getting a digital. Id card that can dovetail with the cdc system. What we're talking about is a complete digital control system at the end of currencies as we know it on the retail level and what it means is that if the central bankers as mr carson explained to you don't want you spending money where the five kilometers from your home or they don't want you buy pizza. You can't do it. They have complete control of how you can transact david i just thought that was absolutely heading on the head if you put this together this framework for digital identity with covert pass on the idea of central bank digital currencies on a retail business. This really is total control. Total yes we can blow to what you do what you buy. We can belong all sorts of lifestyle decisions. How much alcohol you you buy. Whether you smoke how far you travel for the you.

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09:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Give the nhs Sorry to save the nhs at any cost and this one here can residents put on. Do not resuscitate orders without consent within five hundred residents made subject to such a would as well. I think it's more than five hundred because the statistics have put out and this is one here. Hospital figures for kovin cases misleading. So the daily mail out. Sorry telegraph knows full. Well that as a whole ralph of evidence against the government and its agencies. But what do they prints while they bring in this man savage of it He said he asked for this advice. What he's talking about is the proper segregation in data between govett knowing Patients and people in hospital for other things. I've also this voice because it's important that we try to better analyze the primary diagnosis of anyone. Coming into all spital. Well this isn't very interesting statement. Because if we put words in his mouth is really saying that prior to enduring the pandemic the claim pandemic. It was important that we didn't know the primary diagnosis of anyone coming into hospital. And i think we can also suggested what is really getting at is if you ramping up. A pandemic using applied psychology to increase via and anxiety. It's best if the nhs knowing stats always extremist possible which is what they were doing The telegraph brings in also in duncan smith. And he says this what we're beginning to discover is that the nature of the data collection has been really poor. This intern means the ministers. Have to make very big decisions. A too often sitting on misleading data. Which often leads to floor decision baking. So you can see david and this is just. This is all a little bit of a mistake really. It's a bit of misleading data. It really does not speak weld. They've not been forthcoming. What the real fakers. All these figures will be having a direct impact on some of the decisions that have been made an old being made so he does acknowledge that there are real figures on what apparently but nobody seen the real figures the figures seeing which are clearly not real because they're so inaccurate all telling really amazing story. Because what we've go is what we've flagged up in radio. Tens of thousands of elderly people hundreds of thousands possibly of eight. We've locked up station and destroyed the economy. But it's really just a little bit of floor data on some floor decision making and if we really want to know what the medical care in. Uk's focused on well. It's not improving the health of people. It's this is public. Health matters uk using behavioral silence to improve and protect the health of the nation. So nevermore the fat. we've got elderly. People died as a result of this. We call the vaccine adverse effects. We've got misleading data. You've got to trust the same people because they going to change our behavior to make us more healthy. It's outrageous yes. Well i don't have water say david. Well it's it's interesting idea is starting to talk about flawed data. Obviously it's been one of the things we've been talking about for a year and a half now but this is absolutely key because of course once you start looking for accurate data the only place to stop this when you actually get some now. The the definition of a case was changed to be a positive test. The definition of a covert death was changed to be within twenty days of a positive tasks. The tasks thing we know is monumentally unreliable unknown without the degree. To which is unreliable is probably know. It will depend on the number of cycles of the past. It's been run. And therefore there is a story to be uncovered here about just how much the reality was. Mike notified via the media via the narrative via the government story to justify the policy. Now that's a very interesting story. I would hope that they'll be some of politicians would actually pursue that because dodd needs to be known it doesn't date but i think i don't think there's too many am piece Stepping up to the plan to do that I mean just to reinforce out david of what we saw initially was the claim that a kiss was anybody that had tested positive for death. Anybody that tested positive at some point leading up to their death did matter how long it was something. It davis made the point that his article on this Somebody could have tested positive. In march died in august or september and being considered a covert death even though they were the died of cancer or something else And you know it was only after quite a bit of pressure that the the definitions were changed to this twentieth twentieth day. No sense then. We have constantly been saying on this program that of course there's different methodologies different types of data from all the various agencies whether it be public health glitter the day or whomever which means practically impossible than the nhs. Which will. it's not practically possible that it is impossible to compare apples with apples. Therefore and So we can never actually get to the bottom of The correctness of any stigma the government minister might say because we don't see what they see and we can't actually properly analyse Aside from the way we've been doing it for the last four months. Yeah i think. I think the politicians are being pulled into the spotlight. There is so much information and questioning now happening in the country they beginning to feel pulled fullwood. And what i think we've got going on. Here is the start of a campaign will. We mustn't blame the politicians. We must have blamed people who made the decisions Chris wishy and co. this is terrible mistake over a data. That's what i think is is brewing here and if we watch the media closely we'll see whether that idea is correct or not on thursday evening and friday evening last week We were delighted to be hosting doctors for cova ethics for their Symposium absolutely fantastic event. A few technical problems on thursday but nonetheless the information that was given out was superb so Session one on session to are now available on the front page of the uk. Call website as on demand. Videos edited with removing all the technical And so pleased to share those already in sessions. Three and four will be up later on in the day. So here's the uk called Front page at the moment So the right up at the top to have a look a thought. I'd share as widely as possible. I just can't say thanks enough to doctors for kobe ethics and everybody else has contributed to that because it was a fantastic. Today's it was a fantastic. Today's boykin. I'm going to say the coolest it couldn't have happened with all the work that you did with the The team here in the uk call studios. Now we'd like to say that a lot of people lots of people centers e mails. we cover the mold. But let's just bring a couple up onscreen on just writing to thank you and all uk call him as well as all contributors for the amazing symposium. Be keeping an eye out for the whole thing to be all to. We've just covered that. It's an invaluable package of information that needs to be spread far white again. Thank you and in general for your hard work. Very best wishes. Tracy absolutely incredibly conferences halt wrenching and at the same time. So informative i so enjoy reps Weekly there are no words to express my gratitude. you're warriors for humanity. Still trying to figure out as a small minority how to make difference by very educated family. Most friends that completely hypnotized by the main narrative. Small group of people i converse with a completely open and watch your show. candidate is unrecognizable. I like the cash friday idea. Close action substance static cetera. Keep up the good work. Everyone and a big thank. You go bless you will from krista so really noise to get the support in here and for anybody wondering more cash. Friday is This is catherine austin fitts idea that central back digital currencies possibly aren't the best thing for us. We may not want to be contributing towards that particular agenda and a good place to start a very simple thing that people can do is just stop using digital currencies of any kind whether it be a cash card or whatever. It is just use cash on friday start. They're very small gesture. But it gets you started. And i think it's a fantastic idea. If you like what. The u k call dawson you would like to support a simply head over you. Call dot org forward slash community Their options to join us. 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04:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Purchasing the suitability the equipment all shown to be wanting in defective. David one thousand nine hundred thirties. The forward-planning the fleet. We should which was perfectly sensible and was vastly underfunded and never actually happened in full was based on availability of seventy five percents. Twenty five percent of for example. The cruiser force would be under refit or repair. Then given time or could be so that would be one or maybe two the tight forty fives would be in In reputable refit on four or five would be available since the nineteen thirties. Mechanical equipment has of course become much more reliable not much less reliable so he would've thought that we could do not so five out of six not one out of six would be a reasonable aiming point surely yes well. There's something wrong. It's been deliberating. more opinion. The capability of the military has been collapsed in order to drive e. You defense Union that was the plan and there's a lot more to be said on that but the good news is one of our biggest fans marianna. Spring is Launching a book and There's been a bid an auction for Which has been won by atlantic books there in the end as so. She's writing a book which is notes from From the disinformation wars. And that's what she's writing so mariana very very pleased on going to label. This is fake news but it was from From twitter page ad where ending On some spectacular news Apparently this originated with telegraph. And then it filtered through the rest of the media cartel and ended up in plymouth life government ministers fear that farting could spread. Cove says the headline now. I'm not sure that we're used that word on the uk called news. But it's in the headline. i can't really change it And it's saying it has been reported that some uk government ministers have privately expressed concerns that flatulence could spread the disease. It has been claimed the telegraph quoted on the administer expressing fears Pointing to evidence which suggests that the corona virus could be spread when infected person breaks wind in confined space such as a toilet. It's already been revealed that the virus can present in fecal matter with tests proving this to be the kiss however science weather farting could spread. The corona virus is not definitive. One minister who wasn't him told the telegraph that they had read. Credible looking stuff on it from other countries and there had been evidence of genetically linked trysts in connection between two individuals from lavatory cubicle in australia. So david I'm frankly finding it difficult to hold it together reading that. So could you take over at this point. This is exactly what i've been wanting you by about nine months. Mike this is the scariest variant of the mall of a main delta v. really individually indian variant toilet colbert toilet covert knows when you're alone toilet covert gets you when you're most vulnerable poile it's coming. Just add to that david. That was sad plymouth Susceptible to flooding in the central city area. We've had a lot of other floods around the country. Urban areas when those floods occur sewage is brought to the surface so that must represent under this rule a massive risk if Flatulence is a problem than flooding in rule sewage. In britain's streets must now be a massive problem but no way the southwest water or any of the other water authorities or indeed. the government. Want to talk about that problem. But we're left with. This is the best that plymouth live can do. I'm just going to blame. Plymouth live uniquely. This began with telegraph. That spread out from there right across the media cartels so we got to put the blame where at deserved unless it was an embedded bbc democracy reporter. Mike that's always possible okay. We'll be back in a few minutes on the uk calm livestream some extra and otherwise won't be. Oh oh yes well. Good point look we just want to say thank you very much. The person Who sent us through some Some slit coasters with uk. Call him on the mat also some other bits and pieces. Thank you very much for that. It was very nice so thank you. Okay we'll be back in a few minutes and aside from that will be back on wednesday. Yes thanks for joining us bub lie..

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09:12 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Big tech partners. What are they actually doing. Amongst all of this crisis are implementing and authored a permanent authoritarian system. As the end of democracy. He lose free speech. You can lose everything. Okay on mondays program then We brought you the news the hr. I had released their new business plan and how they're going to help. The industry developed the life. Sciences industry developed on then on wednesday. We brought you the uk government's announcements about the latest developments on how they see the life sciences industry building in the uk Well we've got more news today because you'll be glad to know that the uk is not offering genomic sequencing capacity and capability to pakistan. My why would they be doing that. Patrick well this is part of the new the new variant assessment platform. Mvp and stop This is a program Which will help Pakistan to draw on uk expertise and support to detect quickly new and potentially more more dangerous variations of covert nineteen. So this is all by pakistan being able to develop to find the delta variant within their country but also We've got a new. The lambda lambda very. We've got iota coming Not too far iota. Yeah that'll be. The good one will a day interesting. No wouldn't be able to find it okay so when iota not one iota so The uk is a world leader Genomic sequencing for covert variance and the second largest contributors the international database for the variance through this agreement They are going to share expertise and provide reagents to increase genomic sequencing capacity in pakistan The support will also include technical advice of bioinformatics workflow at technical processes. So just so everybody knows. The new variant assessment platform is a program on spy sectors did for health and january this year to offer. Uk support globally tsarskoye to New variant identification programs in countries that wish to monitor the variant circulating and their populations but do not themselves have the capability to identify those variants. So high could go wrong. We'll just like with pr with this. New layer of detection super-duper protection mike To find anything anything whatsoever that they can find and then run it through their system whether it's through cr whether it's due genome sequencing to provide the evidence that there are cases running amok okay. Meanwhile the same the genetic fragments that they are Picking up and these are always amongst us always in society throughout history in fact how did we survive as a race my counted we make it this far. No idea this many million years without all of these great tools of bio informatics. How did we even survive but The delta fares appeared of messed up the olympics. Well yeah it was all going swimmingly. Well mike The japanese spent a few billion preparing for the olympics. And then all of a sudden the bio information's got out there. Pcr tests and they found out the delta variant was on the loose in tokyo. so guess what. They're banning all spectators from any olympic venues in and around tokyo because they surge in cases allegedly this is the delta variant. They're probably using the same methodology that imperial college with using in that last study i wouldn't doubt it for a second here. We go the latest state of emergency. Scare is a direct result of an increase in testing and computer model predictions about the possible spread of an alleged delta variant with health. Experts claim is surging through the tokyo metropolitan area. That sounds pretty scary. Doesn't it mike. Yes but if there wasn't any. Pcr testing the stadiums would be fooled. Because guess what what did we see in wembley The other night. Did you see all the fans pouring out of the stadium. While i intentionally didn't but i'll share there were there. I've never seen so many people. So tightly packed in one space ever and also the stadiums in europe generally full during the tournament. And so i mean there's no problem or risk so they're literally manufacturing an extension of the pandemic so this would just never end until people put their foot down and say enough is enough. This is just getting ridiculous. So i feel really bad for japan and this is the most masked country in the world may be more. People were masks in japan. So apparently doesn't stop the delta. No doesn't stop the delta but as we said llamas on the way the lambda variant nas one to really be worried about mike. The lambda variant not to be confused with the lombardo variant. That will be coming out of brazil. in not too not too long from now but lambda latte room. What is reminding of member this film revenge of the nerds. Mike in in the eighties. One of the great classic eighties from lambda lambda lambda. That was the fraternity of the nerds. So this is But we we did a little bit of a mike an update on the lambda lambda lambda fraternity there. And what do we have there. You have chris witty there in the left of course billy goats In the middle mark zuckerberg and below. That is an actual proper accurately scaled size of anthony foul. She not to be confused with a young mel brooks there. So lambda lambda lambda. So it is really revenge of the nerds. They want in the end. Mike this this film was so prescient. That what we've witnessed over the last fifteen months mike is a revenge of the nerds The nerds have taken over led by hair gates and hair schwab and all the rest of these characters. They literally hijacked government and public life. I mean we joke about it but it's actually horrific What has happened but coming back to the genetics. Sacred thing Story for a second. This is another great example of life. Sciences industry in the uk pressing forward. Now this genomics england still getting lots and lots of emails from people saying that not on caucus the biggest shareholder genomics england. Well that's not quite correct. Because he's lost his job as everybody knows in fact. It's the secretary of state for health. Which is the shareholder of genetics england. So i mean such java's and you won't and he will be until he leaves the role and then the next person will take over in that position but anyway this is a new dialogue Finds support for the whole genome sequence sequencing of newborns providing that the right safeguards on resorces aren't bliss so. I wonder what those safeguards might be. Let's have a look at what they're saying. It would be acceptable to identify a wider set of conditions in the current newborn screening program if the impact the infant in early childhood and if their treatments and interventions secure prevent slow progression or personalized treatment. So they'd be okay to go ahead with genomic sequencing if you identify genetic ailments in infant son's it would be fine as long as there's a cure or prevention or some kind of way to slow the progression or to personalise treatments. Are they going to say the genetic constantly mental health assistance must be available to those who receive a diagnosis But we're talking about the genome sequencing of newborns so not clear where they get mental health assistance at that stage genetic counseling so what you see is because mental health is genetic issue. Is that what they're inferring. It seems like it's possible. A comprehensive genetic database should be established so people from ethnic minority backgrounds are not disadvantaged by receiving more uncertain or less accurate diagnosis and the rest of the population. Inclusivity inclusivity in equity equity in our genetic surveillance yes and then the full complexities of whole genome. Exigency must be recognized with consent processes including its implications for the wider family that twenty-first-century families come in many forms I see okay And then the while parents give consent on behalf of the newborn the child may have a different view as they grew up including on genomics data being used for research. So i'm not clear what that means that. There's going to be some kind of a mechanism that as you grew up. If you've had your whole genome sequenced when you were a baby that you then have the right for that data to be deleted. I'm not clear that that's really what they're saying Sorry i've made a mistake with the animation there but then the final one is the screening test. has potential to look for many more conditions than current new newborn screening tests. It could be expanded under those circumstances and this is the final one. Then if consensus so sought for genome did it to be used for search. The data must be optimized unused to deliver improved diagnoses treatment and care The.

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04:32 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Joey embarrassing what. I find more embarrassing james that so the question accusation against frontline health staff who worked their butts off. Tomorrow i will achieve a million a million vaccinations in arms. You know what school intended it. Well it was a mistake. And so what. It's happened of a million. Vaccinations move on quite credible. So no big deal move on. We got a million jobs arms so just go back to the story here. Mike and Just a little more detail here. So the teachers federation senior vice president amber foam called it absolutely obscene highlights. The again she's playing the inequity that exist across our society. So she's playing the equity card here mike And that somehow the aboriginal students were robbed of their amarnath jab. I mean this reminds me that palestinian sending the israelis ninety thousand doses rejecting them Because they didn't trust what. The israelis were sending the palestinians in terms of pfizer jobs but and then just further on. That sort of behavior is not going to get us through the pandemic. Okay so then okay. Then the question is. Is there a pandemic in australia. Okay so let's go to the The data here. Let's look at this Daily cases per million here. This is our world in data. So you know. This is an official source of vid cases. And we're just running along the timeline. Here look on the bottom. We're into june twenty twenty summer of twenty twenty august-september moving forward to the present november december. That's last christmas january coming up now to the spring april may june and look at not the spring and stray. Oh yeah our spring. Yeah but look at australia okay. There's they there were white the whole time and now they're just a kind of a shade of beige mike. I mean so there's well i on the lightest shed a beige which on the on the the the At the bottom there that's somewhere in the region of zero point. Five to two point five one of the sad cases per per but in something. There's there's some there's somewhere between equatorial guinea and greenland With regards to pandemic status here. So there's like nothing really going on there and here thirty thousand cases since february twenty twenty and again those are all pcr cases so how many of those are actual infections. Probably not very many probably not very many there so and again we regarding the pcr we just have to point people to a number of articles and studies that are available freely online. Here's one from the children's health defense. Pcr testing saga. Where we duped asked dr joseph more cola and all the data and information and evidence that we yes we were duped on. The pc test is actually in this article. This is a great Reference in resource Right here and again we can go to. For instance the b. m. j. There's a number of great articles and studies here cova. Nineteen mass testing is inaccurate and gives a false sense of security. Minister admits here. It's another very interesting study. There's just so many of these. Why isn't the mainstream media or any of the government ministers interested in this fundamental fact that all of these cases and variants and so forth are all predicated on what is effectively. A bogus diagnostic test. Okay let's move on if you like. What the hell does. And you'd like to support us. Simply said over the uk call them dot org slash community and their options to help us a there and also we are of course on some of the platforms and if you find a place to share our material of course the source of information if you really want to find the uk call them. Is that uk. Call dot org and don't forget that because we still get emails from people saying see on youtube for go to uk com dot org watched direct direct from from the website itself on patrick the special limited edition. T shirt is back it is. This is the last run will do for the uk column shop. So of course anybody in the community Go to the uk column dot org and this is loving the old normal and this is soft spun chocolate cotton on the back..

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07:06 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"To the what's it called and high they get it. Yes so it's called the rose to kill the bill. I'm they can get it on amazon. All they can get off. Michael which is which is you cox audits on walter as well as bit of a delay revolt stones will on on independent workshop ended a poodle. Show yet as you said we've in assaults about although it looks like it's my saudi. it is my stability. The majority of the ball is raw. Is what i observed while kobe on evidence evidence thought icy in the high colts. You know no noble detail. It is is what was me. Because by the time we go to the With olive lindane audrain like it was only a few his left because everyone also being gus licensed by by bicycle stays in a sense so they all just got into small. Kalonzo is not until you didn't these high coles or Thought you'd really see the evidence. What's going on behind the scenes and i include the. It was just easy security services based in head if it were the sas on. Actually they used to wear the iraqi and qa's oilfields about the national council involved. You counter terrorism police ops national oxidation sensitive all these these organizations with well especially the seats piano say they were advising any all stuff enough evidence that an injunction but there's all sorts of because it from some meeting place every time we seem to railroad life and save grassroots focused strategic security saves beyond the scene where on another plum states away. And then we'd have to stop dot on. We must have stopped strategic. Maybe free four five times throughout throughout throughout throughout. It's all in the ball. And so it's compelling i mean it's i laid it's what i observed in the best parts of six years on people can be within suv as i'm sure anyone reads it is a Critically entourage yourself. They will be able to pull a law things again. If if an organiz movements that died in a and see how this consoled opposition actually wigs. Okay joe boyd. Thank you very much for joining us today. Once again and we'll see what happens on monday but i just urge as many people as possible. You might want to speak to your mp in the meantime but joe is saying there patrick You know the the the other piece of legislation which escapes me at the moment which gives the uk government and many government agencies. Not just the police and the military the opportunity to get involved in activism and break the law in the process in order to pursue Government or corporate agenda But this idea of performance With an organization's isn't just limited to this side of the atlantic. No no no. It's it's in the united states. This is a tried and true tradition. Mike right back to jade hoover in a lot of people would comment that the f. b. i. as as an agency has been actively infiltrating every single possible known activist group since almost the beginning of its existence. That's on the right on the left Civil rights Black civil rights organizations everybody was penetrated by the fbi even the green movement and probably the animal rights is well even the tree. Huggers are infiltrated by federal agencies. Here we've talked about this over the years a lot and it's being talked about more because of what happened in january. Sixth in the united states. They're calling it at insurrection and there was a big controversy. Well what what's coming out. Now is exactly what we spoke about for the last few months and now it's kind of being admitted here. This is up on the revolvers. From june thirty th year federal protection of oath keepers kingpin. Stewart rhodes breaks the entire capital quote. Insurrection lie wide open here. Revolver news generated tremendous discussion and controversy with its previous piece exploring the possibility of the unindicted individuals referred to in the january. Sixth charging documents may be undercover agents or informants Here and this is the previous article That they're referring to. This is from june fourteenth twenty 2021 unindicted co conspirators in the sixth of january cases raise disturbing questions of federal for knowledge. So where the feds involved in the planning of this quote insurrection. Or at least the key people at the top moore leading the crowd. All the evidence points in that direction unfortunately on this mike So check this out here back to a revolver so the question is is it possible. That oath keepers. This is the main sort of biggest militia organization in the united states. Is it possible that oath keepers the most prominent anti-government group in the united states. Well at least in terms of membership size you could say has been run in effect by the united states government itself and nobody has mentioned it until now. We've all mentioned this along with many other things in the past year so in other words it says january sticks was not the result of an intelligence failure as fbi director christopher wray claimed The us in the us senate and the media. Tell us a rather january sticks was the result of an intelligence set up. is the question So fair fair question. All the evidence seems to point in that direction. And i might add the leader of the proud boys. This was one of the the mainstream media's goto organization to demonize The pro-trump lobby and the pro-trump movement And in enrico torino. I think his name was. He was outed as a as an fbi informant. That's the head of the proud boy. So now we have the other sister organization oath keepers. And you have the head of that organization being implicated perhaps Certainly we'll find out in court Maybe maybe not but as an fbi informant so all of these high profile outrageous groups in normally with the ones who are being the most outrageous either in the media or in their activism Doing things that most people couldn't get away with mike and seeming to be able to walk nonchalantly through the whole thing often. These are federal or government Agents or informants or they're being handled by Someone working for one of these agencies. So it there's.

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09:16 min | 1 year ago

"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"A fake news or whatever they bring a and so yeah if we get to the point where this bill pasta strayed. It is and the closest because they'll just just squash any protesters all ellen with extinction value The links all the way through happen. It's a problem reaction solution so every time we were successful including a pen. They came up with the nova plant. Some of these receive your services intelligence services and then they and then they reacted. I was successful the call to repeal. It was literally within a week ten days twelve twelve days but it was six days after the children was a honda. Doppler up knew about a week before they declared that we're going to show up for extinction about an. If if i was unsuccessful at the goals bail. We will only be in a situation better way citywide in june. She will be in place. We might not have this bill because they don't out the legislation because of failed now in the civil news this is the this is the starchy butch. I think the thing that worries me most about this. Had you mentioned this already is the fact that because this bill that sort of kill the bill brand has been so closely associated with black lives matter and on that particular and extinction rebellion in particular. That what that effectively has done is to remove half the potential protesters from from the argument because because some sections of of The the people that are actively protesting on various subjects at the moment would want to associate themselves with black lives matter with with extinction rebellion. We we all might use these agents at the top of these of these organizations that taken a the same way not say ninety five ninety five percents of the people who played against kill the bill of no idea of what these people audited salt the same black lodge issues these on these streets protests. They seem clustered successful at the very top of the in. All these are. These are well-trained agents the state's leading a weight. And so what. We the message. We have to get classes. We have to say to these people. We've been these movements. Would all on the same sheet like while you follow him. It'd phone do you know who you follow him. Do you know. Do you know the history you know any over. We need to get back to a situation of People want to go protest hastily from test. Don't be going on the bonnet all because especially told you in some sort of consensus me like issues the way to do it because for twenty years in this country and it goes like the nuclear industry like just the stars staff of this century. We we have what we call the discourse of consensus and cooperation and initiated with the nuclear industry. That is fed into all energy in the street. And now it's right across the ball and so if will take you take the occupying example when he'd go and see occupy impoverished grado from adopt. This people's strategically placed all over the crowd with jobs. And that's the consensus so the rest of the people in the crowd just along with these people and they don't even know the baby have only just the day an agreement the and so is this should be about for many years about light. You know control what people need to educate themselves on it and take it own pairs Because when well set dome it comes down to individuals to stop these things do today. What we come in this instance shows that is a book because i feel content on social media because he got sensors. You know how is right now. So there's no real way you can get a message all writing a book because people are going to need to on. They can read substantial evidence day of of where we all want. I lands in eight years and so people need to take the ball into read it. And he's on the stonewalls actually huffman and and be able to think for themselves and not be drawn in by someone else. This needs to gal in the. Mp's a question on the bus benches. Say i'm going. You know might might children in ten years fifteen years on going to see the impact of this of this office policy on an how we've got it because this hasn't descended. Just come about this being a weleda. Plunk the best positive decade at least on now. Is that final. Throw the dice and so we have to stop it because it isn't any santa because it's being spent so much money in similar results is so important point semi and just come back to saturday. One of the key things about the demonstration in london on saturday was the knowledge in the crowd. The crowd will well inform. They knew why they were there and the points being raised here about demonstrations weather controlling element at who all those people need to understand that that is really important. I it isn't aid. And and of course the thing about the demonstration that happened on on saturday and at whatever future wants there are multiple groups involved with these. It's not a hierarchical structure. It's not there. There isn't a amman at the top. Were a group of people at the top that are Pushing forward as a consensus. So and this was the point of the the fracking campaign. Something that ed crane work very very hard to try to get across the people. Don't put your fifth in the likes of in the kiss of fracking. Friends of the arthur greenpeace or some of these big organizations because they are opted and they will not do what You think they're gonna do. You've got to do things at a local level on a personal level and and organiz amongst smaller groups sued. There's a better chance of making progress. But a jokes book. I strongly recommended. I'm halfway through reading at the moment. And he says it is mainly about his experience of some of these larger organizations and how they have been co-opted by the intelligence services by the police. That is now being legalized. Although it was illegal in the past for them to do and the way that they did it's been legalized And so you know we know that this type of activity continues. So i do recommend people read that night Let's move onto this. This is an article published on the uk caller website and two thousand and thirteen cold bilderberg. Twenty thirteen the birth of a global toxic. I did not areas. There's an error message talk of course thoughts because the youtube video that was included in. This article is no longer there I work on a expect to have all the Videos the videos you took on Backup on the website tomorrow. but will Hopefully have further announcement about that on friday. But the key point here was that We were highlighting in two thousand thirteen that this was a key point policy area. That bilderberg at that. Time was looking at Well it has taken a little bit longer than expected. Perhaps to move forward with a props. Donald trump had something to do that. But in that little prerecorded video that we showed with joe. I unfortunately said that the seven was next month. Of course next week That was a mistake on my part but Joe biden is expected to be there and he has put forward a proposal. It's on the table for a global corporation tax regime. So it's taking them a few years to get to it but they always get to it and so Joe biden suggesting that really. They need a global level of corporation tax to avoid these nasty corporations domiciled themselves off shore not paying local governments their respective corporation tax So this has come with a whole bunch of activity from a whole bunch of different organizations. So let me introduce you to a new one. This e you tax observatory. It's an ngo. They say that they're a new independent. Reserve research organization is good. I they are there to provide the computer models that are going to decide. 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"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

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"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Gave us the opportunity twin bed those values and all uses now see every day with the tea and full articles we can be all transparent in what we do. In the gentler that we produce and inches wide putting in place things like indicators. So it's clear when people read content on our website and our and what they are reading if it's an opinion piece if it's something that is an explain a piece of is something which is unethical. How defines from straight news stories. Look for the trust Prajit more look for news organizations like ours like others That are committed to the facts. I can say that. Generally introduction of the indicator is valued very very positively and and they and they acted in in some expert also to promote the Being part of the trust and even as a reason for subscription and even from this point of view we have been some positive answers from italian readers so having a an organization like the trust project to help point. Two sources for our is is a wonderful thing. I think brian. I think we're probably say that the uk column does not have a t. on we owe very proud about that but it just shows you the the way. The organizations are now.

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"uk" Discussed on Ghostheads UK

Ghostheads UK

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"uk" Discussed on Ghostheads UK

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I'm going to have to japan on this for myself with these with the charity raffles. The worst thing that will happen is you give a couple of quick to charity. That's the worst case scenario with this. Oh yeah. I'm definitely going to have to japan this because Such a nice care you know laker of outdone themselves on this absolutely It makes me think that. Bring out the juno the the fronts of the firehouse to scale for this. Yeah that's the point. I wonder if anybody's still now on the days because this this based off days. Yeah very lego building themselves into a corner because this stuff gets bigger and bigger with each new release. We stopped at the time. Was the giant fly house when he saw is even bigger so now people naturally want a joint house yet. Oh maybe i did notice that they start into do these. Lego helmets for star wars. You know and just brought out a baby. Yoda as well. All like figuring all based ads. Like i i would like to see them. Preps let's say The real ghostbusters. Because the a conic looking at the characters. That heads made the most of their heads. Who made out of your son yet. Because the thing is the real ghostbusters. Is they deliberately designed them so they were different when they now the main h design i think especially econ of look to see any gold made out of his head made out of lego. And i'll tell you what another thing that i saw on the days. I think years ago now somebody did a big state of marshmallow man. Nothing i'm why did not get married. And have you seen the one. One scale gauche trappers. Well no. I don't see them. Full-sized goes trap. which then goes i now. I want lego to one one scale. Lego props said i can wear a proton lego proton. Pack to mention. And just out all of my capable versions. That'd be amazing that would be Get the pk. a little The gizmo may off. Now you're talking. Yeah and wouldn't it be great if you if you like. Lego mazing lego. Thank hagia civilized. Really cool care. Yeah we ninety. Yeah yeah didn't they. Build like a full full scale car out to like wouldn't that be good if they did the actor. One all like minded going to a convention coming around the corner and see a full-sized down liquor p maize. They do fool size of the anglia. From i have the next level you go around the corner full size lego to one and then you can sit inside it. That would be yeah aunt. If if the convention was running long enough you could get people to help build like the bonnet the under the bonnet on top of it and get somebody to sign it. And i may not photos to man. There's plenty of plenty of days. They're registered in making making like mad money for twenty twenty one. Yeah what would you talking about the matching dot since the fly that if hasbro pulse it's the housebreak posts will bring some cows. What would you like to see next. Brought out prop wise my favorite cases the trap. So i'd i'd like to see their. They take on the tribe but in all honesty. I'd like to see something outside of the we've already had now to bring out the goal goes p-a-k and i've been a trap and we have learned a second one if not to see the extended line of equipment and maybe some ghostbusters to equipment would be nice. If i'm if. I'm getting my geneina lamp. Wish i want to us. That's what i'm off. Yes some of them are extended. Line of rather than just more more ks. I was thinking that too. It's a kid they would they would bring out. Would be the new echo. Kurds that they they. Yep yeah and a pro-trump cause because the deliberately made the want with needs to change will end. And that tells me in the pot long for that. The same thing mattel and either they never had plans for or just didn't sell well enough which i believe it would be that and on down the same but i feel like if anyone was going to do as brokerage company to pull it off it. It'd be nice to see ya To be fair like to see the bring out some still based off Answer the call. Because i didn't the film tool. But i did like the tech equipment. Amazing criminal looks really. I loved that big join computrac. That was really cool. Yeah i'm a big fan of the of the of the technical side and that's what really made me.

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