An excellent article originally posted on the Love Truth website by Bradley Loves.
Amongst other things it includes information about:
Make decisions based on evidence, not fear.
The website evidencenotfear.com uses official data and mainstream sources to help give you confidence to get on with your life.
According to Dr. Scott W. Atlas, we now have enough data to be sure of five key facts about COVID-19:
Find out more at evidencenotfear.com
If you want to know what's really going on, rather than be brainwashed by the propaganda of the lamestream media, keep in touch with reality by following the UK Column on the internet:
True investigative journalism at its best. As they say, "Alongside the hard copy papers, our website, ebooks, research groups and forums, we have also given hundreds of public talks across UK and overseas and produced thousands of hours of internet video presentations, documentaries and live weekday news programmes".
Based in Plymouth, UKC news is transmitted live at 1:00 pm on Mon, Wed and Fri, and programs can be watched on demand on their website.
Sample a recent edition here:
Two versions of Pat Metheny's "Follow Me". On the left, a concert performance in Warsaw 2002, sung by Polish vocalist and songwriter Anna Maria Jopek (who also wrote the lyrics for this version, renamed "Tam, Gdzie Nie Siega Wzrok").
And on the right, a live version by the Pat Metheny Group, featuring co-composer Lyle May on keyboards, filmed in 2001. The theme is played by Pat using natural harmonics on the guitar.
And, as this is the first "Side by Side", a bonus short clip of Pat playing the theme on solo guitar:
. . . "who would have thought it would be Covid-19, of all things, that would be the pretext for the snuffing out of centuries of liberty?"
Peter Hitchens is one of the few journalists in the corporate media who has had the courage to express his concerns and outrage at the rapid erosion of civil liberties in a few short months since the onset of the covidspiracy. For those who have long been aware of the means by which the few control the many, the ease with which the population have been badgered into submission and have succumbed to a barrage of fear-inducing propaganda and false statistics thrown out by the media and elected officials has been truly shocking.
One hopeful sign is the support for Peter's comments from readers of his article:
We Will Never Get Out of This Now
This is Peter Hitchens’s Mail on Sunday column
It is impossible to overestimate how significant these events have been. We are at a crossroads and never before have the stakes been so high.
In 2008 Jeff Beck performed in the intimate setting of Ronnie Scott's Club in London. One of the highlights was this version of "Nadia" composed by musician and producer Nitin Sawhney.
A beautiful homage to Indian vocal technique seamlessly combining slide, vibrato, whammy bar, harmonics, tone and volume controls . . .
According to The Independent, 'The University of Cambridge has confirmed that all “face-to-face lectures” will be moved online during the next academic year.
It becomes the first university to set out measures for the full 2020/21 academic year, as the institution says it is “likely” that social distancing will continue to be required.
Lectures will continue virtually until summer 2021, the university said, while it may be possible for smaller teaching groups to take place in person if it “conforms to social-distancing requirements”.'
In view of the University's links to the inner circle of the so-called "elite", could this be a warning of things to come, and will other Universities start to announce similar plans?
The random thoughts of 99th Monkey . . . an occasional rant and other reflections in the hall of mirrors.