Briefings for Freedom

Adverse reactions to the Covid-19 Vaccines Reported by UK Gov.

  1. Pfizer 49k adverse effects and 107 deaths
  2. Oxford 25K and 34 deaths (in just one month!)
  3. Other unattributed vaccine 189 and 2 deaths

Reports were snuck out on Friday as usual.
Not surprisingly, deaths within 28 days of taking a vaccine are not counted as vaccine induced death!

I’ll end at the beginning, looping back to Winston by way of Freud’s nephew, Edward Bernays, the father of Public Relations blather, and author of a classic on the dark arts, Propaganda, published back in 1928 – just before Walter ensured and welcomed Stalin’s Soviet Union’s recognition by FDR. The first lines of the book make plain the thinking and the actions of many of the dark triad rich and powerful:
“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organised habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.”

Thanks to Independence Daily and the author of this article:
Posted by 
Neil Petrie | Feb 7, 2021 
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Quarantine is when you restrict the movement of sick people.
Tyranny is when you restrict the movement of healthy people.
Stupidity is when you can't tell the difference!
Gareth Smith - YouTube comment
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A USA view point
Dear Editor,
All well here. Very fed up with non-travel/shut up and my other half is in US.
Think China, China, China.
Zuckerberg paid nearly $500m for election officials and ballot boxes.
Massive fraud did take place in 6 states.
No idea if China let the virus out deliberately but for sure virus was from Wuhan Virology Lab and CCP is a great believer in germ warfare.
Virus gave full excuse for massive expansion of “mailed” in ballots on industrial scale. Antifa and BLM act like shock troops for Dems. They've just done it again storming the Capitol and Trump gets blamed - well he does here and in DC. Don't think that the blame goes across the US. If I had to make a guess I would say China will take Taiwan within a couple of years and Biden with his Chinese billions won’t say boo. That will be a big power shift in the Pacific and pretty scary.”
1) In many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress.
John Adams
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Stop Press: Dr Clare Craig has summed up the story of Lockdown 2 in a single tweet:

This graph shows the change in the number of people testing positive each day in England. The blue rectangle shows the 2nd lockdown. It had no impact when it began and no impact when it ended.

Roger Wright-Morris.
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Thought of today with Dominic Cavendish on Dominic Frisby about the BBC and "Cancel Culture is modern time’s excommunication". 

His indictment of the Corporation sounds more measured than plaintive. It’s still damning. 

“The BBC remains by far and away the best platform there is in the UK for a performer. But where it stands in the culture war is pretty clear and that’s not changing: Remain-voting, technocratic, Left-of centre worldview, diversity of everything except opinion.”

“If the BBC commissioned something that wasn’t from the usual suspects and gave people from outside the club a chance, they could have a huge hit on their hands with Dominic.

“There’s a large majority in England of people who believe in small government, individual responsibility, low taxes, traditional Conservative values – but they’re ignored.

“Why is there no comedy on our mainstream channels representing that view? 

“People in BBC comedy think that because we have a Tory government, they’re punching up. They don’t realise that they’re punching down because their culture is almost totally controlled by the Left – it’s subsidised, which makes it beholden to its paymasters.”

Roger Wright-Morris.  -
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RNA vaccines and the unique danger of these RNA vaccines 

Heretofore, all vaccines used in the UK had to be licensed; this licensing has been abandoned in favour of APPROVAL and, with it, any vestige of trust in either the MHRA or the NHS.

Licensing depends upon successful tests that prove beyond doubt that the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) are satisfied that the vaccine is safe and efficacious.  Then nothing stops them from licensing it.

The first point to make is that the trials for this vaccine (as well as the Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines) were not designed to test if the vaccine can reduce severe Covid-19 symptoms i.e. leading to hospital admission, ICU admission or death. The trials were also not designed to test if the vaccine can interrupt transmission.

This is what most people in the public probably assume. Some may not care if they are old and seek to enjoy their hedonistic travel plans freely in old age. The young if uninformed will suffer betrayal of truth and possibly their health.

“In short, the coronavirus vaccine has not been shown to be safe and efficacious and an unlicensed vaccine is being rolled out, using the MHRA’s new concept that a completely new medicine can be foisted on us without rigorous safety checks by means of this mendacious ‘approval’ device. 

Heretofore, all vaccines used in the UK had to be licensed; this has been abandoned and, with it, any vestige of trust in either the MHRA or the NHS.” ( thanks to TCW and Andrew J Green. 12/12/20)

They add “When we introduce foreign RNA into the body, we are in great danger of disrupting the body’s subtle mechanisms for gene expression (often referred to as ‘switching genes off or on’) with a potentially unstoppable cascading effect through the body, leading to more prevalence of any disease – not just autoimmune diseases, which had been my initial concern. 

Such effects would not be expected to be found for some time after vaccination – perhaps years or decades – so the complete lack of any medium or long-term safety trial is extremely worrying.”

“This is not one of those vaccines that is generally considered to have eliminated polio or smallpox, reduced deaths from measles or any other of the many and much-lauded benefits of conventional viral-based vaccines.

“It is something very different: a vaccine which is so dissimilar to viral-based vaccines, that being in favour of it simply because one is generally pro-vaccine is as illogical as being in favour of reducing speed limits on motorways because one is pro-vaccine, or being in favour of nuclear power because one is pro-vaccine.”

"If Mr Johnson had any moral or ethical compass, he might have kept in mind Jordan Peterson’s view that ‘our ethical decisions determine the direction of the world’.
Instead, apparently lacking any sense of ethics, he seems to be determined to move the world in the wrong direction, in nearly every respect, by means of his wholly unethical decisions on every policy which his scatterbrained mind manages vaguely to comprehend.
He has, in short, become an agent of that very un-Conservative ideology of boots stamping on our faces.”

Here's the link:
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Displaying the bible is now a criminal offence according to Lancs police...........or is it? Pray the Christian Institute case prevails.
Note, however that the Gospel is an offence to the unsaved man! Are you offended by this following video
(click here)
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Thoughts of the Day:


Is China just a "competitor" of the United States? In a recent article published by Gatestone, "China: Existential Threat to America," Gordon Chang explodes the myth that China is merely a "competitor". Chang revealed that a Chinese enterprise is now pouring approximately $3 billion into Freeport in the Bahamas, just 87 miles east of Palm Beach, Florida. After seeing China build -- and then militarise – new islands in the South China Sea, it seems possible that the Chinese Communist Party is eyeing creating a naval base 87 miles from Florida
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First they came for the Communists And I did not speak out Because I was not a Communist
Then they came for the Socialists And I did not speak out Because I was not a Socialist
Then they came for the trade unionists And I did not speak out Because I was not a trade unionist
Then they came for the Jews And I did not speak out Because I was not a Jew
Then they came for me And there was no one left To speak out for me
Author: Martin Niemöllerm 1946

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Roger's Thought for the day:
Charles Mackay said in Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one”

Roger Wright-Morris.


Steve Hilton gives three examples: Thatcher, Reagan and Trump, three national leaders. But I think he fails to mention Nigel Farage, who I would say has changed the way people think about having referendums, the EU, immigration and the establishment politicos, as well as the MSM yet without having an exalted formal national position. 

Informally Nigel is monumental and feared of course. He, with others, need to do it again about changing politics for good. Hence REFORM and RECLAIM.

VIDEO: Steve Hilton Sums Up Recent Changes in US Politics
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A Democratic poll worker sees corruption at work.
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This is a vital revelation of medical/ Media/Political truths and untruths about
Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine with or without additional medications.

Summary - Click Here
Full Report - Click Here
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It’s time to agree to withdraw from the Withdrawal Agreement
July 14, 2020 by Matthew Patten
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Roger's Thoughts for the Day!
Wokeness and return to a proper sense of direction

“There is still good reason to think that things, from now on, will improve rather than turn even worse. Why? Because an institutionalised political camp plays the highly controversial heretics card only as a final attempt to maintain a grip they are already losing. By doing so they might indeed, temporarily, continue to control public discourse. In the long run, however, every attempt at ideological purity is destined to end in silliness and tribal nastiness.
As an outsider it can seem astonishing – given the absurdity of many moralist positions - that many of the moralists will still not see how far they are overshooting. However, overshoot tends to build up step-by-step making the absurdity far less obvious to insiders: “Just a tiny little bit further, what’s the fuss, don’t you care about these key issues!?”.
Numerous times in history both right-wingers and left-wingers have gone over the top. There is arguably a form of cruel poetic justice that the progressives (social liberals) are now, for the first time, doing precisely the same thing.
The genius of democracy is that the silent majority, typically much misunderstood by idealist moralists in all camps, is seeking moderation more than any variety of political excess. Over recent years these voters have, in ever greater numbers, spotted the progressive overshoot and reacted accordingly. The signs of the waning powers of today’s progressives are actually everywhere.”

Thanks to the author Mark Brolin 
EXTRACTS from his article in DT 6/7/20.


The importance of current trends is shown in the absence of thought, values, respect and knowledge. There is little or no understanding of history but instead a nihilistic desire to destroy values and lives indiscriminately without respect for anyone or any laws.
The establishment of freedom and the respectful enforcement of the rights of man under the rule of law are vital to us all.  These represent freedom, liberty, safety, equality of opportunity, and the pursuit of happiness under Democracy.
These BLM civil terrorists and others like them forget the ideals of the British and American Christian Constitutions.
These ideals are the things that set the stage for the greatness of these two nations.
It is the duty of Government to cease any passive spineless betrayals, acts and omissions and to protect these ideals with robust courage, integrity and actions.


All comments and improvements welcome.  These nihilistic hordes are civil terrorists.
(Breaking Law Matters = BLM)

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