Essays

Sad Sick Society

Observations by Roy R M McIntosh Monday evening, just past around 21.15 hrs I was cycling past the Coop on Dalry Road, Edinburgh, when this savage fight took place. One fella looked like a drunk/junkie and other fella better dressed etc. Boy, did he give the drunk/junkie something to think about. Both were pushing and

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Damage Done

An essay by Roy R M McIntosh The world is a lovely place and we know of the dangers in the oceans and jungles, but the real danger is the people. Old Mother Earth has been battling the poisoning and scarring that has been going on since day dot. In the last hundred years that

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This Is Not Freedom

An essay by Tom Penn The latest Covid-19 Winter Plan is a canard: a stratagem by which to dupe the masses once again into believing normality lies just around the bend. It reeks of fear. Content aside, even the title is portentous. It is not the Winter Plan at all, but the Autumn and Winter

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Chris Whitty’s Excuse for Having Children Injected With Unnecessary and Dangerous Covid Jab

Chris Whitty ‘will approve Covid jabs for teenagers because it will boost their mental health and social development’ Daily Mail, 10th September. Essay by Tom Penn Unfortunately for us all, Chris Whitty is one of the original cadre of physicians-cum-politicians tasked with guiding us through the pandemic since SARS-CoV-2 somehow ‘washed up on our shores’

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