How the British see police, Another ‘few dozen’ march for Freedom in London: Links 1, June 26, 2021

1. Crime Bodge, someone who is rapidly becoming our top 3 Youtube favourites, does a video on British people’s perception of their police

(This is the same fellow who did the video on how Covid measures, lockdowns and tickets for doing normal things are “ultra-vires”. One other thing though. As I suspect Crimebodge would agree, being for or anti-police is an error of level of abstraction. A favorite tactic of the left as it happens. Being for or anti-police is as useless as being for or against war. A war is a bad thing when a hostile power uses whatever means to subjugate, destroy, enslave or corrupt another people and jurisdiction. To force its will on others. Like Islam and sharia on non-muslims for example. A war is a good thing, or the lesser evil is better, when you defend yourselves, your people, your rights and freedoms from such hostile actions, however they may manifest.

Same with police. When police are agents of defending the rights and freedoms of citizens, including the right to free speech, the right to property and enjoyment of life, police are the best damn thing! But when they are agents of an illiberal political agenda and not related to rule of law, they are state thugs in matching pants suits.)

2. Greater Sydney to lock down for two weeks

(Dear Albertans. Please take note in case you are making plans based on Kenney’s promise to scrap all Covid measures on July 1, Canada day. IF you get that one day I would be surprised. Its more likely they will invent some fear-mongering reason to lock down again for just a couple of weeks. Maybe a month.)

Greater Sydney, Wollongong and the Central Coast will go into a two-week lockdown from 6pm.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian made the announcement after another 12 locally acquired COVID cases were recorded in NSW and more exposure venues were identified.

That lockdown will last until midnight on Friday, July 9.

“We don’t want to impose burdens unless we absolutely have to, unfortunately, we have to,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“If we’re going to do this, we need to do it properly. There’s no point doing a three-day [lockdown] and then having the virus continue to bubble away in the community”.

The decision comes after the NSW government held a cabinet crisis meeting.

(Nowhere is “case” defined. We have no idea if anyone is actually sick, meaningfully sick that is, or if these “cases” are just positive PCR tests which mean pretty much nothing.)

3. Aerial footage of today’s protest for freedom in London. Watch this and then listen to British brainwashing Corporation’s account of it. Wanna bet they say “A couple of hundred far right wing extremists”?

4. Hungary Told To Repeal Law Banning LGBT Promotion To Children “Or Else Leave EU”

(Funny how “tolerance” went from putting up with, to fully embracing and promoting or else)

EU leadership is now fanatically dictating that Hungary and its ‘defiant’ prime minister Vickor Orban must bow the knee to the Pride Flag or else “must leave” the European Union.

Quoting Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, The Telegraph describes massive pushback against a new Hungarian law which seeks to prevent the public promotion of homosexuality and transgenderism in front of children and minors:

Mark Rutte, the prime minister of the Netherlands, said Hungary either “must leave” the EU or repeal the law, which bans TV shows and other content seen as championing LGBT lifestyles for the under-18s.

However, some eastern European governments refused to join 17 of the bloc’s 27 countries in a rare joint statement condemning a fellow member state.

(Let us all hope and pray that Hungary abandons the EU for the communist subversive and ant-human organization it is, and with Britain and Hungary gone, maybe everyone else will either leave or demand their own basic rights and national cultures be restored)

5. Thousands of flights cancelled as vaccinated pilots fall ill or die

According to a 2014 study published in the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, pilots suffer an increased risk of clotting issues due to frequent and prolonged air travel. Pilots are encouraged to be aware of the signs of deep venous thrombosis and clotting issues and take preventative measures such as compression stockings and stretching of their legs during long flights. […] According to, 120,000 cancellations per year is the average for global flights. An average day would see 329 cancellations. A 2 day average would see 658 cancellations. But between Friday and Saturday, 3,533 cancellations occurred. That’s a 580% increase in cancellations globally in the past 2 days.

(Some caveats for this one. Kalloi, who sent this in, offers the following analysis: “But I don’t think the two-day average they are using is enough to draw such exact conlusions, especially not without knowing all the causes. Also, pilots do not have to die or fall ill for cancelling flights: it is possible that most of them are simply not allowed to fly any more after getting the poison. Which means they get disabled for their jobs — and that would also be a serious issue.” I was just speaking with Oz-Rita, who was reporting in from NSW which is enjoying another extended lockdown and forced masking at shops. She explained that in the video we posted yesterday of Reiner Fuellmich interviewing Daily Mail reporter, Sally Beck, I had removed for brevity his stopping and translating what she said into German for his local audience. But he speculated in German, which I did not know, that the dead or sick pilots could be a planted story so that the public would be afraid to fly. Which is clearly part of whatever plan is in execution now. They don’t want people to travel. And this makes it a self policed operation.)

Thank you M., Kalloi, Johnny U., Oz-Rita, MisPiggy, Hellequin GB., HeHa, Gary Fouse, Gates of Vienna, and all who form the matrix of rebellious reality. Actually just reality.

More London today




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5 Replies to “How the British see police, Another ‘few dozen’ march for Freedom in London: Links 1, June 26, 2021”

  1. All politicians are at the mercy of their expert(sic!) advisors and are forced to follow their recommendations. Unfortunately these such only seem to follow leftist politics, like most public (supposed) servants and hence their advice is usually contrary to common sense and against conservative doctrine.
    But naturally when such advice hits the fan the blame is firmly dropped on that leader’s head (cf Trump )if a conservative whereas if a leftist the MSM(as they do with muslims) simply ignore it.
    I personally would not be slightest bit surprised if the ALP socialists deliberately kicked off the latest round of infections, just to keep the control ball in play. After all, NSW was making all of the ALP states look ridiculous.

    • “I personally would not be slightest bit surprised if the ALP socialists deliberately kicked off the latest round of infections”

      Japanese mutter the same sort of thing, different motive: it ruins their Olympics, already postponed for a year. It’s a huge blow to the economy, and makes their collective emotional depression even worse.

  2. Totally OT but I love it when established religion , oops, science is forced to recant and rethink. A pity that it is so rare.

    New human species ‘Dragon man’ may be our closest relative
    By Laura Geggel

    ‘Dragon man’ may be closer to us than Neanderthals.

    This illustration shows what “Dragon man” may have looked like during his lifetime at least 146,000 years ago.
    This illustration shows what “Dragon man” may have looked like during his lifetime at least 146,000 years ago. (Image credit: Chuang Zhao)
    The skull of an ancient human discovered in northeastern China may belong to a previously unknown human species that scientists have dubbed Homo longi, or “Dragon Man,” three new studies report.

    Dragon man’s well-preserved skull is the largest Homo skull on record. An analysis of the cranium revealed that Dragon man might be the closest-known related species to Homo sapiens, even closer than Neanderthals, who were long thought to be our closest relation, the study found.

    “I was surprised by the resulting phylogeny [family-tree analysis] linking it to H. sapiens rather than H. neanderthalensis, but our conclusions are based on the analysis of large amounts of data,” study co-researcher Chris Stringer, a research leader at the Center for Human Evolution Research at the Natural History Museum in London, told Live Science in an email.

    However, this interpretation is debatable; it seems possible that this skull belongs to the mysterious Denisovan human lineage, three scientists specializing in human evolution told Live Science.

    The history of Dragon man’s skull is worthy of an Indiana Jones movie. A Chinese man reportedly discovered it in 1933 in Harbin City, in Heilongjiang, China’s northernmost province. However, the man (kept anonymous by his family) worked as a labor contractor for the Japanese invaders, and chose not to turn over the skull to his Japanese boss. Instead, “he buried it in an abandoned well, a traditional Chinese method of concealing treasures,” the researchers wrote in the study. The skull remained there for 85 years, surviving the Japanese invasion, the civil war, the communist movement and the Cultural Revolution, the researchers said. Before the man died, he told his family, who recovered the fossil in 2018 and later donated it to the Geoscience Museum of Hebei GEO University.

    The research team had never seen a skull like this before. “His head was huge — containing a large brain — with a long, low shape and massive brow ridge over the eyes,” Stringer said. “His face, nose and jaws were very broad, and he had big eyes. But his face was low in height, with delicate cheekbones, and it was tucked back under the braincase, as in a modern human.”

    The scientists found slight depressions on the top of Dragon man’s head that might be healed wounds, “but we have no evidence of the cause of death,” Stringer said. Further analysis determined that the skull likely belonged to a male individual who died at about age 50.

    Dragon man (Homo longi) had a huge head and a massive brow. (Image credit: Chuang Zhao)
    Unique skull
    An analysis of the skull revealed “typical archaic human features,” but also found “a mosaic combination of primitive and derived characters setting itself apart from all the other previously-named Homo species,” study co-researcher Qiang Ji, a professor of paleontology of Hebei GEO University, said in a statement.

    When studying the skull, the researchers looked at its shape in detail, analyzing more than 600 traits, Stringer said. Then, the team “used a very powerful computer to build trees of relatedness to other [early human] fossils. After many millions of tree-building processes, we arrived at the most parsimonious trees.”

    The results suggest that the cranium and a few other fossils from China form a third lineage of humans that lived alongside the Neanderthals and H. sapiens, Stringer said. The family tree indicated that the newly described H. longi is more closely related to H. sapiens than Neanderthals are, he added. In other words, H. longi “shared a more recent common ancestor with us than the Neanderthals did,” he said. This would make Dragon man a sister species to H. sapiens, he explained.

    The family tree analysis revealed another bombshell: The common ancestor humans share with Neanderthals likely lived more than 1 million years ago, which is about 400,000 years earlier than scientists previously thought, the researchers said.

    A newly constructed family tree showing the Harbin skull (Dragon man) on a new lineage of early humans.

    A newly constructed family tree showing the Harbin skull (Dragon man, in yellow) on a new lineage of early humans. (Image credit: Ni et al.)
    Time and place
    The man who discovered the skull reportedly found it while working on Dongjiang Bridge in Harbin. To verify that claim, the researchers ran a series of geochemical analyses — they looked at X-ray fluorescence (XRF), rare Earth elements (REE), and strontium isotopes (a variation of strontium) — to investigate the skull’s unique chemical makeup. The results supported the claim; Dragon man skull’s chemical composition was similar with that of fossils from humans and other mammals found in the Harbin area that date from the middle Pleistocene epoch (2.5 million to 11,700 years ago) to the Holocene epoch (11,700 years ago to present). Dirt struck to the skull’s nasal cavity even had matching strontium isotope compositions with a sediment core drilled near Dongjiang Bridge, the researchers found.

    The team also dated the skull by looking at the regional stratigraphy (rock layers), and determining the cranium likely came from the Upper Huangshan Formation, which dates to between 309,000 and 138,000 years ago. The researchers were able to narrow that time window by taking tiny samples from the skull to examine the decay rate of the radioactive element uranium, a method that revealed that the cranium is at least 146,000 years old, dating to the middle Pleistocene epoch.

    Given this time frame, it’s possible that other human species, including H. sapiens, interacted with H. longi, the researchers said. In the middle Pleistocene, Harbin was a forested floodplain. “Like Homo sapiens, they hunted mammals and birds, and gathered fruits and vegetables, and perhaps even caught fish,” study lead researcher Xijun Ni, a professor of primatology and paleoanthropology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Hebei GEO University, said in the statement. Based on Dragon man’s large size, as well as his location in northeast China, the researchers suggested that H. longi could survive in harsh and cold environments, which helped them migrate through Asia.

    This map shows where the remains of Dragon man and his relations, as well as other early human species, were found.

    This map shows where the remains of Dragon man and his relations, as well as other early human species, were found. (Image credit: Ni et al.)
    Is Dragon man really a Denisovan?
    The study’s anatomical analyses are “well done” and “impressive,” but the conclusions are “too adventurous,” three scientists specializing in human evolution, who were not involved with the study told Live Science.

    It’s possible that the cranium is a Denisovan fossil, all three said. Many think the Denisovans “evolved from an ancestral form called Homo heidelbergensis/ rhodesiensis that dispersed from Africa about 600,000 years ago into Eurasia. In Europe, Homo Heidelbergensis evolved into Neanderthals and in Asia into Denisovans,” Silvana Condemi, a paleoanthropologist at Aix-Marseille University in Marseille, France, told Live Science in an email.

    Coupled with the fact that the Denisovans are also known from Asia and that the time period that Denisovans and the Harbin skull existed overlap, it’s quite possible that Dragon man is a Denisovan, she said.

    “I have carefully read the anatomical and phylogenetic study,” Condemi said. “The published data leads me to consider this fossil as a particular fossil that could be a Denisovan.”

    A row of skulls (left to right) showing Peking Man, Maba, Jinniushan, Dali and the Harbin cranium.

    A row of skulls (left to right) showing Peking Man, Maba, Jinniushan, Dali and the Harbin cranium. (Image credit: Kai Geng)

    Antonio Rosas, a paleobiologist at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Spain, agreed that the skull likely belongs to a Denisovan. He added that the authors may have given too much weight to certain evolved facial features on the skull. “These morphological features of the face may be, in fact, primitive characteristics inherited from a common ancestor,” Rosas said. “As a result … the Harbin skull could be associated either with the modern human clade or with the Neanderthal clade.” (A clade includes species that share a common ancestor.)

    An additional 3D test, known as a geometric morphometric analysis, might shed light on the skull’s identity, said Fernando Ramirez Rozzi, director of research specializing in human evolution at France’s National Center for Scientific Research in Paris. This analysis lets scientists compare hundreds of traits at once and determines which traits are most important for distinguishing a new group.

    While there are precious few Denisovan remains known to scientists, it would be possible to compare the tooth from the Harbin skull with those attributed to Denisovans, Ramirez Rozzi added.

    However, the study’s researchers said they did consider that the skull was a Denisovan. “I think that Harbin could certainly be a Denisovan, suggested by the very large molar with splayed roots, and the close phylogenetic relationship with the Xiahe jawbone [in northern Tibet], which could be Denisovan,” Stringer said. “But until we have a complete Denisovan genome with a complete cranium (or better still, a complete skeleton!), we cannot resolve this question properly, only talk about probabilities.”

  3. Consider the utter insanity now unfolding in Sydney, Oz.

    There has not been ONE Covid death in the whole of Australia this year.

    And just ONE person is currently in hospital with Covid.

    But now that the “very very very very contagious” Delta strain has been sighted, the city and coastal environs MUST be locked down hard for at least the next two weeks.

    Weddings, parties, holidays – all destroyed.

    And for a strain that has been shown to be a hell of a lot less dangerous, even though more contagious.

    Add to this the FACT – as reported on the Government’s own TGA stats website:
    Since the beginning of the vaccine rollout to 20 June 2021, the TGA has received 318 reports of death in people who have recently been vaccinated.

    So, 318 killed by the jab, not one death from the virus, and the most populous part of the state including Sydney shut down for at least the next two weeks.

    Totally criminal attack on the people.

    • Can you please post links to those stats? This is a very important post. I would like to publish it on the front of the site, but it would be great to have those numbers and sources as links if you have them.


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