I THINK most of you appreciate the tiny team that produces TCW daily; the fact that we have no shift system as other media organisations do, that we work a seven-day week and this has been the case since September 2017. So you will understand, I hope, why we’ve decided this year to take a bit of a summer break. Don’t worry – we are not vanishing completely! We’re running a planned but mainly ‘repeats’ schedule for the rest of August until after the bank holiday. This allows two of the team to go on holiday with their families without having to take their laptops for once, and gives us all the rest we need to recharge our batteries for the autumn.
We have planned a varied and entertaining schedule for you! It is amazing how many articles are not read first time round, and how many good pieces are missed and wasted. So we have been digging into our archives. First, we are republishing some of Alan Ashworth’s often hilarious and always fascinating That Reminds Me columns. Then the current headmaster (how long will this one last?) of BoJo’s Academy will be reviewing the year through the regular updates relayed by Alexander McKibbin on the school’s activities and news. Margaret Ashworth’s Melody Makers series – which her more recent fans may have missed – on the immense contribution of Jewish writers to 20th century popular music, recalls lots of wonderful songs.
We will also be repeating Paula Jardine’s cutting edge investigation into the long-running US bio-warfare programme and its ruthless quest for an otherwise unobtainable commercial market for mRNA gene therapy vaccines. The six articles were first published on TCW under the heading Anatomy of the Sinister Covid Project between January and April of this year. Her exceptional study of the scary Dr Strangelove-type ‘Manhattan Project’ (later to be renamed Operation Warp Speed) and dating back to the George W Bush administration 20 years ago, has yet to be taken up or fully appreciated. It should be. Paula’s initial surmise has been proved right – the evidence she has uncovered shows it was the West’s bio-spooks behind the linked lockdown and vaccine programme, not the Chinese. Her astonishing detective work shows step by step how (and why) a group of US physicians, scientists and career officers obsessed with viruses, vaccines and the idea of a war against microbes, were prepared to push an untested gene therapy onto the world’s population.
In addition to this, catalysed by Jessica’s Turpin’s timely article on the government’s latest push to make mothers put their infants into daycare with no thought for the needs of either mums or their babies, I decided to look back at everything we have ever published on this topic since 2014 when we set up the website. This harsh, heartless, damaging, anti-social and uneconomic ‘working mothers’ State subsidised daycare policy was a strong motivation for starting our website in 2014. By that time the conservative press as well as the Conservative Party had rolled over and, following the demands of a very unrepresentative feminist elite, had uncritically climbed aboard the childcare bandwagon – vying with Labour’s bribes to outsource childcare and downgrade the maternal role, if not eliminate it. The years since have witnessed an anti-family, anti-maternal socialist revolution in action presided over by yes, the Conservative Party, explaining much about the mental health and identity problems that afflict children and young people, as their real needs for attachment and belonging have been ignored. We must not give up on this – saving children and society from transgender madness is about more than stopping indoctrination in schools.
Finally, from tomorrow we’ll be running the brilliant Thomas Sowell’s slavery series videos – one a day for 14 days – as a reminder to all of us of the facts and to keep us armed against the untruths and propaganda of Critical Race Theory and, towards the end of the month, Stephen McMurray’s four-part series examining the left-wing activists and wealthy organisations behind the climate change agenda.
There will be other fresh articles dotted in between this miscellany. And of course Readers’ Forum will appear every day.
A plea to writers – I’m afraid that any submissions we receive in the coming weeks may not be immediately acknowledged. Please put the following clear indication in the subject bar, ‘Submission for after August 28’, to ensure that we can retrieve them from the thousands of emails that will arrive in the meantime.
Here’s hoping for everyone that we get a genuine heatwave now. We deserve one.