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The real purpose of smart meters

Dear Editor

Below is my complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) regarding the constant advertising of smart meters as being ‘for the householders’ use to check their energy consumption’. This is obviously complete lies and deceit by the minister concerned.

Jeremy Wraith

Dear ASA

I object most strongly to the perpetual advertising on TV of smart meters as being for the purposes of householders checking their gas and electricity consumption.

The REAL reasons for installing smart meters are:

1 To enable the government to switch off gas and electricity supplies remotely at critical times due to the insane and totally false commitment to Net Zero which is leaving householders subject to unreliable and expensive solar and wind generation.

2 To enable the government and energy producers to charge exorbitant rates when householders use gas and electricity at critical times.

3 To enable the government to increase its drive to exercise complete control over the lives and wellbeing of the populace.

Hence, the adverts for smart meters only present one side of the use of smart meters in line with the governments total commitment to lies and deceit.

I must insist that the government publish a correction to the public stating the true facts about smart meters and that no further lying deceiving adverts using taxpayers’ money are produced!

Jeremy Wraith 


Put the NHS on the spot over Covid ‘vaccines’

Dear Editor

The excellent recent TCW article by Angus Dalgleish concluded: ‘All mRNA vaccines must be halted and banned now.’ 

Indeed so, and TCW has issued this call in many previous articles exposing the current and dangerous ‘vaccine’ programme. Many similar calls from highly qualified health  professionals the world over are arguing  for the same prohibition and yet the NHS continues to invite the British public to partake of their ‘seasonal Covid 19 vaccination’

Those who have received this invitation, as I have,  should challenge the NHS to the effect that the burden of proof for ‘safe and effective’ has still not been made to justify this renewed jabbing regime.  I suggest along three lines:  

1.    Whether the vaccination on offer continues to be experimental or whether it has been subject to the usual human and animal testing period of eight to ten years before being approved and released for public health purposes.

2.    Whether both the short- and long-term effects of the proposed vaccination are known.

3.    Whether the vaccination will be subject to the legal requirement of informed consent prior to administration, and how this consent can be given without detailed information of the content of the vaccine.

Will it be, for example an mRNA vaccine such as the Moderna, Astra Zeneca, or Pfizer varieties including the spike protein which is known to attack the natural immune systems of recipients?   

If these are still experimental it needs to be publicly confirmed that they will be offered exclusively under the legal requirement of prior informed consent as laid down by the International ruling of the Nuremberg Code, and the legal terms of the UK Montgomery Judgement (Supreme Court ruling 2017). 

The person to contact is Dr Nikita Kanani, Deputy Lead, NHS Seasonal Vaccination Programmes. NHS England.

Graham Wood


Pets produce greenhouse gases too

Dear Editor

The vegans, vegetarians, climate apostles and those in the lucrative climate industry want us in the UK, amongst other far too numerous restrictions, to eat less meat to save the planet, saying that farm animals emit harmful greenhouse gases. That would mean culling livestock and deriving farmers of their livelihoods and their farms which for generations have helped feed the nation. There are 13million dogs and 11million cats in the UK. They too emit millions of tonnes of greenhouse gases, and the manufacture of their food creates millions of tonnes more. Do we cull them as well or restrict their numbers by introducing a large climate licence fee for each cat and dog?

Clark Cross



Evidence of Israel’s open society

Dear Editor 

Sometimes a single detail can tell an entire story. The name of the commander of Israel’s tank division is just such a detail, for Hisham Ibrahimi’s names are very obviously Arabic rather than Hebrew. Brigadier General Ibrahimi is not Jewish but is from Israel’s small Druze minority, who follow their own religion. Israel may not be perfect, but it is an open diverse society.

By contrast, every single member of Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Hezbollah is a Muslim, for these are Islamist organisations which are committed to the very darkest interpretations of Islam and to waging war against all non-Muslims.

Otto Inglis



Why dissenters are silenced

This is a letter to the Daily Telegraph which was not published.

Roger Hull (DT letters 20-10-23) highlights some key flaws in the government’s approach to policy making. Indeed both Covid and Net Zero seemed to pass through similar faulty stages.
First a group with common interests shares a belief, based on an unvalidated or incomplete model. Prof Ferguson’s model was incomplete, because it did not factor in life-years likely to be lost due to lockdown but it also made worst case assumptions – to scare the pants off us.
That then became ‘the science’ which could not be questioned. When that ‘science’ failed to stand up to questioning, group thinkers hung on to their consensus for comfort. Apart from funding from backers, their consensus was all that bound them together. In their minds the illusion became a reality which had to be defended.
Those who questioned their position had to be silenced as the ‘consensus’ became the only viable defence. The group-thinkers then resorted to nudging, censorship, insults and intimidation, ‘cancelling’ critical thinkers.
They continued on their kamikaze trajectory, even attempting to deny the obvious. But science which can’t be questioned becomes propaganda – a process which Galileo and Darwin would have  recognised.
Roger J Arthur

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