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Kathy’s TCW week in review


LIFE in Britain seems to me to be getting nastier, shorter and more brutish – another week when it’s been hard to find a highlight or an upbeat note to celebrate. Two abandoned newborns (one dead), more stabbings and a horrendous chemical attack (by somebody who should never have been allowed to stay in the country) and now machete wielding youths at loose, left me wondering what sort of hell our once ordered and civilised society is descending into. That’s without the excess deaths that the powers that be are refusing to investigate. On that, the silence remains deafening. 

And unless all but the unvaccinated have turned hypochondriac, I have never known so many acquaintances beset by colds and coughs that they can’t shake off. More injections, more infections? It is hard not to speculate about the damage done to people’s immune systems by the jabs. Needless to say, our globalist puppet PM remains in a state of heroic denial. ‘Let me be unequivocal,’ he said in answer to Andrew Bridgen at PMQs on Wednesday, ‘covid vaccines are safe.’ 

He will be remembered for that.

Unfortunately Rishi Sunak does not read TCW. No doubt it is still banned from Tory Party HQ. If he did, he couldn’t have missed Professor Angus Dalgleish’s urgent warning about the covid booster cancer time bomb. Once again, unreported by the MSM.

Also unreported by the MSM, though of huge significance, was the publication at the beginning of the week of the first peer-reviewed article on vaccine safety, Covid-19 mRNA Vaccines: Lessons Learned from the Registrational Trials and Global Vaccination Campaign, by Peter McCullough, Stephanie Seneff, Jessica Rose et al. In summary, it showed that the re-analysis of the Pfizer trial data identified statistically significant increases in serious adverse events (SAEs) in the vaccine group following the Emergency Use Authorisation (EUA), including death, cancer, cardiac events, and various autoimmune, haematological, reproductive and neurological disorders, and that the products never underwent adequate safety and toxicological testing in accordance with established scientific standards. In conclusion, given the unacceptably high harm-to-reward ratio, the authors urged governments to endorse a global moratorium on the modified mRNA products ‘until all relevant questions pertaining to causality, residual DNA, and aberrant protein production are answered’.

Anyone still mystified as to the establishment’s studied denial in face of the evidence of severe adverse events, which in Britain are highlighted by more than 2,500 Yellow Card (under) reported fatalities and more than 300,000 (under) reported serious adverse events, should look at the ‘under the radar’ interests and operations involved in pushing these mRNA platforms that governments have been persuaded to collude with. Paula Jardine’s latest series in TCW on the bio-warfare ‘Dr Strangelove’ control freaks in the United States and their insane experiment behind the pandemic and speculative diseases, and the ‘actors’  planning this mRNA vaccine nightmare for more than a decade, is a must-read. 

If there was a highlight last week, it had to be the European farmers’ righteous fury and protests against the irrational EU/globalist/ climate change diktats that are destroying their livelihoods and traditional food production and security. Richard Ings reported for us here on the Paris siege. The climate fearmongering masters have yet to see the light despite some small concessions. There’s a long way to go yet. Here, local councils (under the radar again) are busy imposing a rapid transition to Net Zero (no parking, no car policies – you will own nothing, be able to go nowhere and be happy) of their own, as Niall McCrae reported this week. And see what happened when he shone this light on their shenanigans. He emailed me the day after: ‘My UK100 article yesterday was sent to Rother Council, which has joined UK100 without consultation. They immediately responded with this statement on UK100 “misinformation”.’

You can see the statement here. Note how the alleged ‘misinformation’, i.e. Niall’s article, is not shown or linked to. What are they afraid of? Why are they so keen to declare ‘it is a myth to assert that joining UK100 is undemocratic’? It is.

The gaslighting never stops. Take the headlines last week telling us our population is going to reach 70million in two years’ time, a decade sooner than expected, as a result of immigration. Apart from a lot of us suspecting we are probably already at that milestone, what gets me is the assumption that there’s nothing we can do about it. How about a headline which says in capital letters ‘NO TO A 70MILLION BRITAIN, MR SUNAK’ or ‘CLOSE THE DOORS – 70MILLION POPULATION IS NOT FEASIBLE’ or some such? Perhaps ‘Up yours, Mr Sunak’ would do the trick. But today’s MSM are not just a limp version of their defiant forebears, they are little more than mouthpieces for the government narrative. And where is Sir Keir Starmer on this? Rubbing his hands in glee, no doubt, at the prospect of more votes for his lousy Labour Party.

However hard it is, we have to keep calling out our ‘unrepresentatives’, keep making a fuss and reporting wrongs. It’s the only thing that works. Take the trans indoctrination propaganda group Educate & Celebrate that Belinda Brown called out in her ‘grooming’ series for TCW that’s been pushing its nasty wares into nursery and primary schools upwards. The Charity Commission has just announced its closure – that’s one example. According to Christian Concern it appears to have run out of funding despite the disgraceful grants allocated to it by the Department for Education. Beset with ‘controversies’ maybe it jumped before being pushed. So yes every objection, every complaint, counts. What’s more saying something is not on and we are not putting up with it can be fun, just as it was at last Saturday’s anti-ULEZ rally in Trafalgar Square, involving some wonderful and very unPC vehicles. I am really sorry I was not there to join in. I wish I had been. So will you when you watch this video.

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngell
Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman. She is @kathygyngelltcw on GETTR and is back on Twitter.

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