UK Column News – 22nd January 2021 | UK Column

UK Column News | 22 January 2021

Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen – UK Column News.


00:21 – Boris’ Never Ending Lockdown and Beta Testing Micro Lockdowns


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O5:12 – Statistical Anomalies In Lockdowns


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09:28 – Lockdown Skepticism Is The Duty of the MSM


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13:12 – RT-PCR Tests Cycle Thresholds Changed By the WHO


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19:28 – MSM Phishing Stories


Gurdian Article: –

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21:31 – Biden Presidency Explodes With MSM Hysteria


Jeff Zeleny Tweet: –

Tom Elliot MSNBC Coverage: –

Executive Orders: –


31:08 – What Does Prospective U.S. Foreign Policy Look Like


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Jerusalem Post: –

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39:05 – Woke Administration


Avril Haines Appointment: –

Shane Harris Tweet: –

NPR Article: –

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42:40 – The Claimed Rise Of Domestic Terrorism and White Supremacy In the U.S.


Civil Rights Statement: –


47:05 – No Pardon For Julian Assange


49:25 – Vaccine Safety and Mandatory Vaccination Via FIAT


June Raine Statement: –

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Clinical Trial Results: –

Glasgow Times Article: –

SAGA Statement: –

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01:01:49 – Chatham House Preparations For Pandemic


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Source: UK Column News – 22nd January 2021 | UK Column


UK’s pitch to Biden: We’ll work with you on China | POLITICO

LONDON — In the race to be Joe Biden’s best friend in Europe, the U.K. has a plan — to be different on China.

While Wednesday’s inauguration of the 46th president of the United States will spell the end of Donald Trump’s blame-China-for-everything approach, early signals from Joe Biden’s transition team are that Washington will not be going soft on Beijing — and doesn’t want allies to either.

Officials in Boris Johnson’s government hope their mixture of toughness and foreign policy pragmatism will rhyme with Biden’s — and set them apart from Brussels, Berlin and Paris. On the one hand, London insists that on issues of common interest like climate change they have been prepared to engage. But elsewhere the U.K. has faced up to significant confrontations with Beijing in recent months: on Hong Kong, Huawei and the treatment of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.

On the latter, Johnson is under intense pressure from his MPs to go further still — coming close to losing a key vote in the House of Commons Tuesday night over a mechanism that would have allowed U.K. courts to strike down trade deals with countries judged to be committing genocide.

Even so, U.K. officials say their approach stands in contrast to the EU, which, as the U.K.’s former national security adviser Mark Sedwill noted in an article in the Daily Mail on the eve of Biden’s inauguration, “rushed through” a new investment deal with China days before the new president takes office.

The deal went ahead despite Biden’s incoming National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan requesting that the EU take the U.S.’s “common concerns” into account — something Biden’s team are “deeply unhappy about,” according to Sedwill. U.K. officials hope that Brussels starting out in the new administration’s bad books might present an early opening for London.

“I don’t think there will be a huge change to the actual strategic policy that the U.S. has toward China,”

said one U.K. official, adding that the expectation was that the key break with the Trump years would be a U.S. desire to build alliances in opposition to Chinese economic, military and diplomatic influence — rather than to go it alone.

“We are naturally the closest partner of the U.S. on that kind of issue.”

Bigger than Brexit

Alignment on China strategy is the latest policy issue touted by the U.K. as potentially fruitful ground for cooperation with the incoming U.S. administration. While Biden’s opposition to Brexit and previous critical comments about Boris Johnson have been much-discussed as reasons why the “special relationship” might suffer, U.K. officials have been at pains to point out how — on many matters of substance — London is much more in tune with Biden than it ever was with Trump.

Climate change, the promotion of democratic values and the U.K.’s willingness to back up good diplomatic intentions with defense spending are all areas that U.K. diplomats have highlighted to counterparts in Biden’s team, officials said. “In our fight against COVID and across climate change, defence, security and in promoting and defending democracy, our goals are the same and our nations will work hand in hand to achieve them,” Johnson said in his statement welcoming the inauguration Tuesday evening.

In his article for the Daily Mail, Sedwill, U.K. national security adviser from 2017 to 2020, claimed that those who thought Johnson would have “preferred a second Trump term are mistaken.”

He also highlighted the importance of policy toward Beijing in shaping the future U.S.-U.K. alliance. “We need a consistent, coherent and comprehensive allied consensus in a new relationship with China,” Sedwill wrote. “We must contest their behaviour when it disrupts global security, breaks international trade rules, breaches our own anti-slavery measures.”

U.K. officials are pitching the country as a partner for Biden in helping to build those international alliances. A U.K. “tilt to the Indo-Pacific” — trailed by the foreign secretary in recent months and likely to be matched by an increased U.K. military presence in the region — is also seen in Whitehall in part as a way of showing willing support to the U.S. in its sphere of influence.

G7 opportunity

With Biden’s foreign policy agenda emphasizing the strengthening of democratic alliances after an era of Trumpist unilateralism, the U.K. also has two major international events in 2021 to ram home its usefulness as a convenor of like-minded nations, hosting both the G7 summit in June and COP26 U.N. climate change meeting in November.

The G7 will be held in at the seaside village of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, ministers announced at the weekend. The U.K.’s stated priorities for the meeting had Biden’s foreign policy goals plainly in sight, said Sophia Gaston, director of the London-based British Foreign Policy Group think tank.

“The G7 agenda appears to have been designed to demonstrate three things: the areas where the U.K. feels it has a genuine leadership role, such as in tackling climate change; the U.K.’s capabilities as a global convenor, bringing together the first outline of a ‘D10’ democracy alliance [G7 plus India, South Korea and Australia]; and opening ground for foreign policy collaboration with the United States, but from a starting point as equals,” Gaston said.

The summit would also be a moment for the U.K. to flesh out its so-called Global Britain agenda, Gaston said — with China policy a key pillar.

“We can expect to see the U.K. starting to put some of the meat on the bones … seeking to broker commitments on Magnitsky sanctions [targeting those accused of human rights abuses,] challenging China on human rights and its aggressive recent behaviour towards Australia, and shoring up the global pandemic recovery response.”

At the inauguration itself, U.K. officials said, the country will be represented by its ambassador, Karen Pierce, a former U.K. representative at the U.N.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is not expected to visit Washington until the coronavirus situation allows, with expectations that Biden’s team will make a point of permitting only absolutely essential diplomatic exchanges while virus cases remain high. U.K. officials are hopeful nonetheless of a meeting with the new administration “sooner rather than later.”

“Having face to face meetings and lengthy bilaterals, you can really dive into issues in a way you can’t on video calls,” the official said. “There’s an eagerness to see what we can achieve.”


Source: UK’s pitch to Biden: We’ll work with you on China – POLITICO


Did Highwire Expose a Fox News Hit Piece? | The Highwire

As the mainstream media focuses on ICAN receiving PPP funds, Del has been speaking to reporters non-stop.

One local news reporter in Austin, Texas found herself in a sticky situation when we busted her spreading misinformation.




What Do You Do If You’re Injured By The Covid Shot? | The Highwire

Reports of serious injuries from #Covid19 vaccines are flooding social media.

Immune Dysfunction Expert, Dr. James Neuenschwander, describes to Del what might be happening with reactions from this experimental vaccine.




The Trump Resistance Was Great While It Lasted | Opinion

(Photo by Drew Angerer-Pool/Getty Images)

The Trump Presidency was the last stand of a defiant population.

The Alamo vs The Cabal

The Deep state and their Globalist power masters have won, and to be fair, it doesn’t look good for humanity from here on in. Trump was the catalyst and the symbol, of one last attempt by western civilisation to save itself from ultimate destruction. it’s all too easy to see where we’re precipitating to now. Our voice seems to have gone, along with most conservatives into the great void of castigation. Silenced. Demoralised. Weakened. Yet it’s not all doom and gloom…

We the oppressed inhabitants of western societies are now more united than ever before, especially after we have witnessed what the cabal have been able to pull off. Trump increased his vote from his victory in 2016 by over 15,000,000 votes and still lost. Laugh out bloody loud! What a joke. A man who couldn’t get ten people to attend a rally won more votes than any other candidate in American history. At least we’ll be dragged to the camps knowing.

Voting machines owned by Chinese operatives.

Voting counts halted over-night.

Millions more voters than at anytime in electoral history.

The list goes on and on… we’ve all heard the stories, seen the videos. This was a globalist communist coup. No other leader will dare stand up to China or The Cabal now. They know it. Watch the crooks all rush to abandon Trump, like the cowardly controlled simps they are. My money is on Boris to be one of the first whimpering gutless slobs to do so.

Still we the people fight on, encouraged in the knowledge that we are on the right side of history, fighting for our children’s and our friends future. They think they’ve won, but they’ve won nothing yet. Too many have seen the light. The Numbers are too great to crush instantly.

We have to change our habits. Business habits. Purchasing habits. User habits. Find out who we are giving our money to and chose wisely. No longer play their game. The consumer still has some power. Amazon is really really bad. It wasn’t so long ago we could live without them, just like it’s easy to live without the fake news now. You realise you’re missing nothing.

The News Media have been exposed beyond all doubt as frauds. The deep state puppets have nailed their colours to the mast. Hollywood has been revealed as a stinking swamp of irrelevance, narcissism and sleaze. All the mystery has gone. Never to be icons again.

The same fools built the tower of Babel

There are new gods on planet earth and they come in the form of the tech lizards and their amphibian offspring. They and their courtiers now possess the means by which all future things will be decided. To their wishes. There are at least seven individuals with more power than most countries and any elected leader.

The worlds 7 most dangerous men. (Yep, they’re all men – wizards who’ll put you under a spell)

Bill Gates

Mark Zuckerberg

George Soros

Jack Dorsey

Tim Cook

Jeff Bezos

Sundar Pichai

These are names that will now forever be synonymous with tyranny and oppression. The people who think they rule the world. The people who want everything and who will destroy everything to get what they want. I can put it in no simpler terms. They think it’s their planet.

First thing they’re going to do is round up the dissidents and troublemakers, next will be the readers… then a free for all. How many historical examples do you need? The digital world has made all this so easy. That’s why votes on paper are disappearing. Paper money is will be gone by year out. It’s the great reset. If your banned from the digital world you can no longer sustain yourself or your family. Watch the walls go up now that they’ve got rid of President Trump. Trespassers will be exterminated on glowing neon signs. BLM and ANTIFA will be phased out like the bus services that ferried them across the country for anarchy. Purpose served. No longer useful. Kaepernick can go back to being a shite footballer. It’s over in the minds of the cabal. They’ve won.

We think they are wrong

For many of us the Trump presidency was the start of something new. A bold new way of restructuring how things get done. With common sense and without war. Trump’s legacy will be huge and worldwide. The movement he created will grow stronger and smarter. The Donald was the greatest, ever. So, whatever happens next…

Wow! What a ride!

And as Bill Hicks so eloquently said,

“it’s just a ride…”



Parler Back By February | The Void

Great News.

Big Blow For Tech Tyrannies?

Major Victory For Freedom?

Parler CEO says, Parler will likely be back up and running by mid-Feb. This news will delight Parler’s millions of users and could also be a major victory in the fight for freedom of expression and a major blow for the tyrants running Big Tech.

Earlier this month, Apple removed the Parler app from its store and Amazon removed its servers, in what can only be described as a corporate crushing. These mighty tech giants saw Parler and its open approach to freedom of speech as a direct threat to their business model, and to their plans to control society by means of controlling language and thought. aka 1984 on acid. As expected, we the people were appalled by this savage act of corporate fascism, while the Left quietly gave big tech a nod and wink –  for the greater good of course. Marxist enslavement.

The_Void wishes Parler’s CEO John Matze all the very best in his endeavours. We have long championed Parler’s virtues as a game changer in social media.




Source: Parler CEO Says Twitter Rival Likely To Go Back Live By February – I24news


How SAGE and the UK media created fear in the British public | Evidence Not Fear

COVID-19 started registering with most of the British public around late February and early March 2020.

Many were concerned but not particularly afraid. Only weeks later people were terrified to leave their homes or go near other human beings. How did such a dramatic shift in public perception happen so quickly?

In early March 2020, The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) produced a document for the UK Government highlighting methods for rolling out new social distancing rules. There seemed to be some doubt as to whether the public would comply with the upcoming measures so SAGE outlined a methodology based on known psychological behavioural modification techniques.

Research and analysis: Options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures, 22 March 2020

SAGE, SPI-B and applied psychology

SAGE is an advisory group to the UK government responsible for making sure decision makers have access to scientific advice. We are told that the advice provided by SAGE does not represent official government policy.

SAGE also relies on expert sub-groups for COVID-19 specific advice. These sub-groups include:

  • NERVTAG: New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group
  • SPI-M: Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling
  • SPI-B: Independent Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviours

The identity of individual committee members themselves were initially kept secret, purportedly due to national security. Some names were eventually released, largely due to efforts by UK businessman Simon Dolan and his legal challenge campaign. Nevertheless, two members remain anonymous.

Psychological techniques for behavioural change

The document itself, titled Options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures, was drafted by SPI-B, the behavioural science sub-group for SAGE.

SPI-B highlighted nine broad ways of achieving behavioural change in the public:

  1. Education
  2. Persuasion
  3. Incentivisation
  4. Coercion
  5. Enablement
  6. Training
  7. Restriction
  8. Environmental restructuring
  9. Modelling

In the document, SPI-B focused on the methods most relevant to their stated goals and set out ten options that were evaluated on six criteria.

The six criteria, under the acronym APEASE, were:

  • Acceptability
  • Practicability
  • Effectiveness
  • Affordability
  • Spill-over effects
  • Equity

Source: Options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures, 22 March 2020

Government persuasion through fear

A key part of SPI-B’s behavioural change strategy that seems to have been adopted was to ‘persuade through fear.’ The Persuasion section of the document states:

A substantial number of people still do not feel sufficiently personally threatened.

Clearly, the psychologists felt that, as of late March, the public was still not afraid of COVID-19. It therefore suggested that the government increase the level of fear:

The perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased among those who are complacent, using hard-hitting emotional messaging.

Appendix B of the document lists ten options that can be used to increase social distancing in the public. Option 2 advises:

Use media to increase sense of personal threat.

Source: Options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures, 22 March 2020

In hindsight, this explains the tone of government sponsored social media and physical billboard advertising campaigns that started appearing around April.

SPI-B recommendations to increase personal threat and use hard-hitting emotional messaging are on display with eerie imagery coupled with taglines such as:

  • Anyone can get it. Anyone can spread it.
  • Don’t put your friends and family in danger.
  • Stay home for your family. Don’t put their lives in danger.
  • If you go out, you can spread it. People will die.

Source: Reuters, 8 April 2020


Source: Sky News, 18 April 2020

Hysterical news headlines

During the first week of April 2020, the InProportion2 project noticed a change in the BBC headlines and posted the article, BBC: Informing or scaring?

Source: BBC headlines in April 2020 compiled by InProportion2


The article compared hysterical BBC news headline from the first week of April 2020 with those from 2018, when mortality rates were peaking due to a bad flu season. It found no references to flu or excess mortality on the BBC home page during the 2018 peak. InProportion2 asked, “Do the headlines reflect the gravity of the situations in an equivalent way – or is additional fear being stirred up in 2020?

Persuasion through shame and approval: Covidiots and heroes

SPI-B psychologists knew that fear on its own would not persuade everyone. Messaging needed to be tailored to take into account different ‘motivational levers.’

Some people will be more persuaded by appeals to play by the rules, some by duty to the community, and some to personal risk.

It therefore suggested using both social approval and disapproval, with compulsion (legislation) as a backup:

  • Option 6: Use and promote social approval for desired behaviours
  • Option 7: Consider enacting legislation to compel required behaviours
  • Option 8: Consider use of social disapproval for failure to comply

We can see the obvious approval-disapproval dialectic with the ‘Heroes and Covidiots’ narrative that soon began to surface in the news. The term ‘Covidiot’ appeared around March with The Economist’s 1843 Magazine describing covidiots in this way:

Even in a pandemic, many of us are prone to judge others and find them wanting: the term “covidiot” describes any and every person behaving stupidly or irresponsibly as the epidemic spreads. Sometime in early March the word was born, and, almost as fast as the virus spread, so did instances of covidiotic behaviour.

Although it’s not clear how the term came about, it was quickly adopted in UK mainstream and social media. At the same time, we began seeing praise for heroes who ‘did the right thing’ by complying with the government measures.

The METRO article below shows all three options in play:

  • Social approval:These local heroes have been doing amazing things…”
  • Social disapproval: “Lake District closed…because covidiots won’t stay away…”
  • Compulsion:Matt Hancock threatens to close beaches…”


Source: METRO, 27 Mar 2020

An incentivised media

These psychological techniques would have been impossible to deploy on the public without a compliant media. How did the government convince the media to go along with the plan?

Increased UK government media spending

Digiday, a media and marketing industry publication, reported in April that the government is becoming UK news publishers’ most important client. In the 20 April 2020 article for Digiday, Lara O’Reilly wrote:

…the government is spending more than usual, judging by their bookings. The publishers also pointed out that the lack of activity from other advertisers in the current market means the government campaigns will have an outweighed share of voice compared with normal times.


Digiday Stay At Home campaign
Source: Digiday, 20 April 2020

During that period, the British public started seeing coverage across media outlets with the unified “In this together” messaging. O’Reilly pointed out that the campaign was worth £35 million over a three month period.

Last week, the government and newspaper industry launched a three-month advertising partnership dubbed “All in, all together.” The campaign — worth approximately £35 million ($44 million) for the full course, according to sources — kicked off on Apr. 17, with all the U.K.’s national and regional daily news brands running near-identical cover wraps and homepage takeovers, which carried the copy, “Stay at home for the NHS, your family, your neighbours, your nation the world and life itself.”

So, we ask again: how did the government convince the media to go along with the plan? The answer is simple and obvious: with lots of money.

Psychological techniques to change behaviour

We can see that the UK Government has a public document outlining psychological techniques to change the behaviour of the population. We see a unified mass-media campaign that falls in line with these techniques. We then see a dramatic shift in public perception and behaviour.

What else can we call this but ‘brainwashing’?

Despite the open nature of what has transpired, it seems to have gained little coverage in the media. This is of no surprise since it was clearly complicit in spreading fear in the public.

Download the document

The document is freely downloadable on the website in a page titled, “Research and analysis – Options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures, 22 March 2020“.

We encourage you to read the document, compare it with your observations about how the government and media has acted, then make up your own mind.


Source: How SAGE and the UK media created fear in the British public – Evidence Not Fear


Clap for Heroes: Nurses say they do not want return of applause | Nursing Times

The weekly round of applause for key workers is set to officially return tonight under the new name Clap for Heroes – however, nurses say they do not want the claps and are not heroes.

While recognising the good intentions behind the initiative, nurses told Nursing Times all they wanted was for the public to adhere to the Covid-19 rules and safety guidelines in place.

“We aren’t heroes, or brave. We are educated professionals with careers in nursing.”

Vicky Bintley

The weekly clapping for NHS staff and other key workers ran for 10 weeks during the first coronavirus lockdown, under the name Clap for Our Carers.

Those behind the initiative declared on Tuesday that they were bringing it back for the current lockdown, starting from 8pm tonight, in a bid to “lift the spirit of all of us”.

However, the announcement attracted backlash from some critics. Nursing Times reached out to nurses on social media today to ask for their views on the return of the applause and the new name Clap for Heroes.


Nearly all of those who responded said they did not support the event coming back.

Cate Mimi wrote:

“As an NHS nurse, I do not want to be clapped for. All I want is for people to stick to the guidelines and for the government to raise the wages for nurses.”

One respondent named only as Maria said they agreed with the clapping in the first lockdown but they “cannot feel the same way this time round”.

“I have seen too much Covid denial, general abuse and harshness towards the medical profession since then to fully believe the sentiment is real,”

added Maria.

A number of people who commented described the clapping as a “hollow gesture” and, instead, called on the public to campaign for fair pay for nurses.

In adition, several people raised concern about the use of the term “hero”.

“All I want is for people to stick to the guidelines and for the government to raise the wages for nurses”

Cate Mimi

Vicky Bintley wrote:

“We aren’t heroes, or brave. We are educated professionals with careers in nursing.”

Kirstie Hill said they believed hero was a “dangerous” term, because it “implied invincibility”. “We are not invincible and when we do say we’re struggling, we’re not believed,” added Kirstie.

Likewise, Kessi D wrote: “Heroes undergo their duties knowing there will be a risk to their life or their safety.

“When I became a nurse nine years ago, this is not something I had to consider. I’m no hero.”

Meanwhile, Becky Gibbs-Brown said the clapping was “insulting” if people did not also follow rules around social distancing and wearing a mask during their day to day.

However, Elaine Adams said she supported the clapping and that it should not be politicised.

While the response on social media has been generally negative, abuse targeted at those behind the initiative has now led them to distance themselves from it.

Founder Annemarie Plas released a statement today saying she felt she had been left with no choice but to step back from the event after facing personal abuse and threats on social media by a “hateful few”.

She added that the initiative was never intended to be political and the clapping was never intended to be a substitute for real renumeration.

However, Ms Plas said the event was not cancelled and those who wanted to clap on Thursday evenings should.


Source: Clap for Heroes: Nurses say they do not want return of applause | Nursing Times


Seeing Through the Purple Haze | UK Column

UK Column News – 15th January 2021

Harking back to the golden age of the Newsroom

The UK Column have come into their own.

If The Washington Post came of age during Watergate, then the UK Column was born to cover the coronavirus scamdemic. Since day one of this carefully constructed and coordinated event, UK Column have been consistently bang on the money, catapulting them to absolutely essential viewing on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The coverage has been vast, culminating in Friday’s analysis of a population of test subjects.

From the initial Chinese leaks to the compulsory mask fiasco and dodgy vaccines, UK Column has been the voice of the silent majority and is our essential 3 times weekly independent news blast.



UK Column News – 15th January 2021 | UK Column

Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen with today’s UK Column News.

00:23 – Drugs Called Vaccines Adverse Reactions Not Reported


GB article: –

Norwegian Study: –

UK Government Statement: –


06:00 – MSM Selectively Broken Silence Silenced And The Complete Lack of the State Interest in T-Cells


Toby Young Telegraph Article: –

T-Cell Study 001: –

T-Cell Study 002: –

Prof Sarah Gilbert and Sir John Bell Statement: –

BBC Article: –

IPSO Ruling: –

SIREN Study: –


19:13 – Happy Clapping An Event That Only Exists in the Media


Nursing Times Article: –

BBC Article: –

Thunder Clap For Carers On Twitter (but nowhere else): –


24:26 – Russiagate Files Hopefully Declassified


21stCenturyWire Article: –…


30:25 – U.S. Back Increased Israeli-Arab Cooperation Against Iran


WSJ Article: –


33:58 – Unchecked Censorship Begins


21stCenturyWire Article: –…

Jack Dorsey Tweet: –


43:58 – Social Media Share Prices


JTN Article: –…


45:37 – Normal COVID Variants Lead To the Biosecurity Rat’s Maze


Trevor Bedford Tweet Thread: –

Mail Article: –

Ferguson Statement: –

Slaughtered On Suspicion: –…


52:44 – Grandfather’s Hospital Message


ITV Tweet (and responses): –


57:37 – Influenza and COVID 19 Surveillance


WNFCSP Week 2: –

Week 2 Report 2019: –

Week 1 Report 2018: –

WHO Surveillance 2020: –

UK Surveillance 2019: –

Euro Momo Surveillance 2020: –


01:03:03 – Military Public Health Operations for Asymptomatic People


UK Government Statement: –


01:05:24 – Bill Gates Owns More Farmland Than Anyone


Forbes Article: –

Eats Article: –

Guardian Article: –


Source: UK Column News – 15th January 2021 | UK Column


Jack The Rat Gets Caught In A Trap | Opinion

Snared like Rattus norvegicus

King Rat gets cornered in his own lair | The_Void

Well done Project Veritas for their most recent and probably most important exposé yet. Their strategically placed insider released a bombshell conference call that was straight out of Naked Gun. The Prophet Jack, resplendent in sack clothed robes, and appearing ever more Jesus like (a classic disguise for Satanists) let rip his sinister plot to take down President Trump and RULE THE WORLD.

All that was missing was the over dramatic, machiavellian fist in the air…


“Nothing in the world can stop me now!!”



Jack Dorsey who effortlessly came across as just the type of man who would sell his sister to slave traders, blurted out his insidious plan, occasionally referencing he who cannot be named, babbling on about…

“ONE ACCOUNT – this one account – and to infinite and beyond one account!”

like some half-baked smack-head wizard. He went on to say,

“Ve have vays of silencing all decent…

Exterminate the QAnons!!

Take Poland!!”

Oops sorry, wrong tape, but you get the gist.

This absolute danger really should be sectioned.

What next for King Rat, now that he has solipsistically rid the world of Trump?

Buy Greenland before?

Rebuild The Fatherland?

A final solution for cats and Jack Russell Terriers?


The_Void’s hopes are stacked on him fulfilling his lifelong ambition to travel in space.

Fingers crossed he’ll be on the first mission to Mars. Stored in a jar.


© Protective Fences 2021 / The_Void