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So many things we aren’t allowed to talk about


I RECENTLY remembered a great song written by Neil Innes of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. 

It begins:

How sweet to be an Idiot
As harmless as a cloud
Too small to hide the sun
Almost poking fun
At the warm but insecure untidy crowd

It was once the case that at meetings with strangers one was advised not to talk about religion and politics. It was very frustrating for me because those were the two subjects I was most keen to discuss. Occasionally, a like-minded soul would rise to the occasion and we would put the world to rights, but more often than not I felt that I was the not-so-sweet ‘idiot’ party pooper (‘I’ll get me coat’).

Religion and politics are still verboten of course, but the forbidden list has grown exponentially, and it is a tribute to the propaganda from state institutions, the controlled media, and the parasite class that the list now extends to . . .

Climate change

Net Zero

Globalist ambitions

Klaus Schwab/the WEF

George Soros

Tedros Ghebreyesus/the WHO

Jeffrey Epstein

Bill Gates

The JFK assassination 

The Moon Landings

The Twin Towers (including the Pentagon and Building 7)

Forever wars

Ukraine (Nazis, Bio-Labs, Corruption etc)

Covid-19 lies (Big Pharma, Lockdowns, Masks, Excess deaths etc etc)

The US Presidential Crime families (Bush, Biden, Clinton, Obama)

The Deep State

Mass migration


Weather manipulation

5G towers

15-minute cities

The state of Kate

The assault on Christianity 

If you dare to mention any of the above, or many other topics, you are instantly branded a dreaded ‘conspiracy theorist’.

The silent war is becoming more intense. Distraction is the most effective weapon of the enemy. The approved hot topics of the moment include the Euros, Taylor Swift, bird flu, the UniParty and whatever garbage reality show is being displayed on the television.

Being one of the ‘idiots’, I am often tempted to articulate the last verse of the Bonzos’ song, but I am too polite to do so.

I smell the blood of the asylum
Hey you, you’re such a pedant
You’ve got as much brain as a dead ant
As much imagination as a caravan site

(But I still love you
How sweet to be an idiot, How sweet)

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John Ellwood
John Ellwood
John is the father of four beautiful girls. He is, thankfully, not knowingly related to Tobias Ellwood. ‘My Dear Friends . . . ’ a compilation of many of John’s contributions to TCW Defending Freedom is available in paperback and on Kindle.

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