Passing Observations 61
Dr Vernon Coleman
This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye or mind and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three. Occasionally, items which appear here may return as a longer piece. Mostly they will not.
1. More than 130 American spies, diplomats and soldiers have suffered brain injuries as a result of targeted `energy attacks’ according a US Government report. One study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that the brains of some of those affected had shrunk by 5% as a result of attacks. The National Academy of Sciences says that a microwave weapon probably caused the injuries. So much for all the scoffing and sneering.
2. We all tend to take ourselves more seriously than we should but today’s millennials have turned self-regard into a ruthless science. It saddens me that although millennials have much to learn they seem to have no interest in learning anything – and no interest in learning anything from their elders. Most young people seem to spend their lives looking for offence. And searching for things to which they can object. The generation which survived the Second World War were so different. I remember my elderly parents being in Yugoslavia when that country stopped being Yugoslavia. There was much fighting and the Foreign Office was issuing its usual warnings. My parents were on holiday in a hotel in Yugoslavia and I rang to see if they were OK. `Oh, there’s no problem,’ said my mother who had lived through the War in a sequence of heavily targeted naval ports, and was consequently accustomed to being bombed. `We can see some smoke and hear the bombs going on,’ she said. `But it’s mostly happening a mile from our hotel.’ `What are you going to do?’ I asked. `We’re going to go for a walk this afternoon,’ said my Mum quite happily. My Dad was in the navy during the War and was torpedoed three times. Well, his ships were, not him personally. On one occasion his cap fell off as he was being hauled aboard an American ship. He attempted to leap back into the sea to fetch it. I was never sure whether this was brave or reckless.
3. Drug companies don’t make money out of making people well. They make money out of keeping people ill. And yet the covid fraud has turned drug company executives into heroes. It should be no surprise that Pfizer is reported to be charging the UK £22 a dose for booster jabs – instead of £18. The share price of Moderna has risen more than 250% this year. Pfizer, BioNTech and Modern have sold $60 billion worth of jabs so far. And this is going to be a never ending bonanza.
4. The magnificent Gareth Icke (one of the best public speakers I’ve ever heard – he and his Dad would make a formidable tag team) pointed out to me that newspapers want the fraud to continue indefinitely – so that they can continue to receive Government advertising money. Without that money they would go bust.
5. Isn’t it odd that young people are desensitised to horror movies and demand ever more realistic horror films (in comparison to the Vincent Price, Christopher Lee variety). But they are apparently ever more sensitive to ideas which they find unacceptable.
6. A woman we know told her teenage son that if he had the jab it would slow down his reflexes thus damaging his ability to play computer games. All is fair in this war.
7. In the UK, female doctors can take a year off if they have a baby. In my view, doctors who take a whole year away from their practices don’t care much about their patients.
8. More plastic is now being used in making masks than was ever used in making shopping bags or straws.
9. Why do British taxpayers give money to the Queen? Since she is the richest woman in the world shouldn’t she be giving money to the people?
10. Channel 4 (which is like the BBC a State owned broadcaster) is fighting to stay State owned. What a surprise.
11. I tried to buy medication online but knocked 12 years off my age because some online pharmacies won’t deal with old people. However, my purchase was rejected. The online pharmacy somehow had access to my passport and told me that I had failed the ID test.
12. The biggest weakness of the jabbed is ignorance. Their second biggest weakness is that they don’t know they are ignorant.
13. Lockdowns in the US resulted in more than 100,000 business bankruptcies. So they were successful then.
14. 'By 2030 you will own nothing and be happy’, - Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum. Worth remembering.
15. 'It isn’t understanding we need now, it’s courage,’ – Sydney Carlton. (From Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens).
16. The UK Government refused to include soil quality in a new bill designed to look after the environment. Air and water quality are included. But not soil. They know that farmers can’t grow much food without good soil.
17. Road and bridge tolls will be widely introduced in the UK soon – to push up the cost of travel.
18. The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill was passed in Scotland and means that Scots can be jailed for what they say when chatting in their own home. All it needs is a snitch. The new hero of the Scottish Government is Pavel Morozov. When he was 13, Morozov denounced his father to the Soviet political police. That was in 1932.
19. It won’t be long before 3G and 4G phones will all be switched off – forcing the owners to upgrade to 5G phones. (I’m still using a 2G phone so have no hope.)
20. Sainsbury, the supermarket, reckons that at least a quarter of the population is now vegan, veggie or partly veggie. And they should know. (So why is there is so little decent food available for vegans and vegetarians?)
Copyright Vernon Coleman September 2021
Vernon Coleman’s latest book is called `Endgame: The Hidden Agenda 21’. The book explains how we got here, why we got here and where we will end up if the resistance movement doesn’t win the war we are fighting. `Endgame’ is available on Amazon as a paperback and an eBook. Vernon Coleman’s first book about the covid hoax - `Coming Apocalypse – is still available. It was published in April 2020. The book summarised what had already happened and what Dr Coleman believed was about to happen. If you read it you can check how accurate he was.