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Where did I put that guillotine?

Dear Editor

Dictatorships are usually one man. In the UK we have 650 MPs, 129 MSPs, about 800 in the House of Lords and tens of thousands in the climate industry. All are dictating what must be done to halt climate change as though our 1.13 per cent of global emissions will make any difference. Here are only a few. Farmers must feed their dairy cows ‘methane suppressants’, we face a ban on replacement gas boilers and gas hobs, no petrol and diesel vehicles, no power showers, UK airports to be closed, no shipping, beef and lamb to be phased out and even more dictatorial climate edicts. Net Zero by 2050 will cost £3trillion or £108,000 per household. UK dictators know that most of the world is ignoring their climate promises. Dictatorships usually end in revolution. Now where did I put that guillotine?

Clark Cross



How have we let The Indoctrinators get control?

Dear Editor

I want to say I have thoroughly enjoyed Karen Harradine’s series The Indoctrinators, but that would mean I had not read it properly. The articles deftly spell out what trouble we are in – how did we let these megalomaniacs rule us so?

Gerri Brown



Fusion, not fission

Dear Editor

Nuclear fission energy with all its potential dangers and vulnerability from inherent technological failure, external terrorism and war must never, ever be part of our system. It’s incredible that it’s even considered with all the accidents and threats that have occurred around the world. Investment into nuclear, if at all, must be directed into safe nuclear fusion. Not fission. Fusion is the elusive holy grail and until that is solved, tidal and wave energy is where our efforts should lie.

Malcolm Naylor 



Harry’s dilemma

Dear Editor

Now we know Meghan Markle is not coming to Britain next month to celebrate her father-in-law’s Coronation, the big question is whether Prince Harry will ever bother going back to America?

Paul Wight


Medics in the frame over Covid jabs

This letter was sent by a reader in Australia to Mark Butler, Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care.

Mark Butler 

Millions of adults and children in Australia have been ordered to have Covid-19 vaccinations, regardless of their health status and risk of Covid-19. 

I suggest in most instances Covid-19 vaccination is an unnecessary medical intervention, against a disease it was known from the beginning wasn’t a serious threat to most people, with the WHO acknowledging ‘Most people infected with the virus will experience mild to moderate illness and recover without requiring special treatment.’

The vast majority of people are not ‘patients’ in need of a medical intervention to correct a health problem, or protect them from serious harm. The majority of people are effectively protected via their own immune response, without need for the artificial interference of repeated Covid-19 vaccine products.

Mark Butler, your department has confirmed to me: ‘Informed consent should be obtained for every Covid-19 vaccination, as per usual consent procedures for other vaccinations.’ This isn’t happening – people are not being properly informed. Additionally, people under mandates are clearly not able to give lawful consent if they are attending the vaccination clinic under duress, faced with the threat of loss of livelihood or freedom of movement and association.

The medical profession is very much in the frame for this medical and political disaster, as they should have refused to cooperate with mandated medical interventions. Are they now at risk of liability for administering unnecessary Covid-19 vaccinations, without authentic voluntary informed consent? (See my presentation to the Australian Medical Network: Voluntary Informed Consent and Covid Jab Mandates – Are we sitting on a powder keg?  February 2023. PowerPoint slides for this presentation.)

Both the Albanese government and the former Morrison government have confirmed that health practitioners do not have specific medical indemnity for administering the Covid-19 vaccinations, in response to my colleague Emma McArthur’s and my own correspondence on this matter, as summarised in my email to you dated 21 November 2022, see: Response re: Are health practitioners covered for indemnity insurance re the Covid jabs? 

Health practitioners, businesses and others who have overridden voluntary informed consent obligations must be warned about the potential ramifications.

Mark Butler, the Australian federal, state and territory governments must take immediate steps to address this matter, in the first instance ensuring all Covid-19 vaccination mandates are dropped.

I request your urgent response.

Elizabeth Hart

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