Editor’s note: The supposed medical information here is for entertainment purposes only, taken from internet hoaxes by Mr. Shrimpton, and is not to be taken seriously. Ivermectin is utterly useless as a COVID treatment. That said, read on but without doing yourself serious harm.
Ivermectin is just the latest in a series of successful Covid treatments suppressed by corrupt Western governments so as not to impede China’s criminal biological warfare campaign, for which the Chinese dictator Jinping must pay with his life. It has actually been used successfully on a large scale in South America, before German assets put a stop to it.
The tactics used against Ivermectin, including dodgy pseudo-scientific articles planted in tame publications, will be familiar from the murderous campaigns against Hydroxychloroquine and Remdesivir.
The intent of course is to drive up the death toll. In Britain the half-crazed Cabinet Secretary, if that is not a tautology with respect, and the tame scientists reporting to him, are using the supposed threat of the NHS being overwhelmed as a device to bully the government into postponing the long-awaited Freedom Day. What these idiots are not letting on of course is that Covid is a treatable illness.
The NHS’s willingness to let thousands of its patients die will stand as an indictment against state control of medicine for the rest of time. Drenched in the blood of the mostly elderly and vulnerable patients entrusted to its care the NHS is headed for total institutional destruction. The Civil Service, which has stood by and let tens of thousands of people die unnecessarily, must also be made to suffer, preferably through being forced to pay more for their pensions. (If you want to really hurt a bureaucrat, and don’t want the mess of kneecapping him, go after his pension.)
Like Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin is a proven drug, designed to deal with tropical diseases, in this case river blindness, Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever. Peru and other South American countries seem to have had some success with it, then the shutters came down. I assume that both the DVD and Peking were worried about casualties coming down in Brazil.
One of the interesting things about the successful Allied raids on Dresden between February 13th and 15th 1945 was the discovery that under fire-storm conditions temperatures on the ground were so high that Jerries were going around spontaneously igniting. The Jerries in question weren’t particularly happy bunnies of course.
Since Jerry wasn’t in the habit of sending met reports to Bomber Command HQ in Naphill (near High Wycombe) nobody at Bomber Command knew that conditions on the ground favored a fire-storm. The extra dead Jerries were a bonus.
Entirely different considerations would apply to Wuhan. In the event of war (and that’s where were headed, possibly caused by a Chicom invasion of Taiwan) we would have to burn Wuhan. That’s because we now know that China’s biological weapons program is based at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Whilst the WIV will clearly need to be bombed we will need to use napalm and incendiaries in order to reduce the risk of their nasty little bugs spreading.
It’s a cheerful, albeit not terribly Christian, thought that if a fire-storm were to develop Bat Woman might spontaneously ignite. Her terrified death screams would be a melodious sound to Western ears.
Executing Xi Jinping
The Chinese kingpin Jinping is going to have to go, but which I mean he’s for the chop. Normally I’m in favor of executing people nicely, even Cabinet Secretaries, no offense intended. I have never suggested that Peking arranged the leak in Wuhan. It was obviously accidental.
However what happened thereafter was a crime against humanity. Peking covered up the leak and invented the absurd bat theory, which batty Western governments and journalists fell for, with the honorable exception of President Trump, who was too smart to fall for it. Over three million people have died according to official figures.
Even if you divide the official death toll by three that still means that the Chinese have killed over a million people with their bug. Xi Jinping must not only die, no offense intended, but die horribly. On no account must the execution be left to the feds – they’ll just go for something quick and painless, like lethal injection.
I still think there’s nothing like a good old-fashioned hanging, drawing and quartering. However there would be bound to be letters to the Guardian, complaining that castrating and disembowelling Xi would involve some unspecified breach of his human rights. Maybe the boys down in Oklahoma could be persuaded to bring their electric chair out of retirement, forget to wet the sponges and claim when he catches fire that they were out of practice.
Another alternative would be to leave the job to the Brazilians. They would probably go for a simple hanging, but their prisons are notoriously rat-infested, even worse than Wandsworth. The execution would be quick and painless but at least Xi might have a few bits gnawed off him in his death cell.
Great British Railways
The British government have announced the creation of a silly new body to oversee the railways. It’s to be called Great British Railways, an echo of the disastrous nationalized British Railways, with its infamous stale sandwiches.
The obvious alternative to the current mess was to have gone back to the Big Four, who should never have been privatized in the first place. However this was prevented by the EU’s daft rail directive, which worked in Luxembourg but nowhere else.
Nobody sensible is suggesting that we’ll going back to stale sandwiches, partly because there are very few buffet cars left, trolley services have all but stopped and you’d be lucky to get a sandwich at all. The point is that by keeping rail services fragmented the government is tracking the EU.
Very obviously the Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case, is a Rejoiner, no offense intended. It looks as though the powerful Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove is another one. The new plan makes no sense at all unless it is intended that the UK rejoins the EU.
The Cabinet Office, Foreign Office and the EU are obviously hoping that the 4.9 million or so European citizens who have been granted settled status will in due course acquire citizenship and go on the electoral register. I assume the thinking is that we would then have a referendum to go back in on a simple majority basis.
Aside from its inhumanity (obviously once word leaked out Europeans would be beaten up and killed on the streets in large numbers by outraged Brits), the plan is clinically insane. However VAT has not been abolished, nothing is being done to reverse metrication, there are no official plans to reintroduce the death penalty and the UK is even talking to France and Germany about defense cooperation. All the signs of a covert plan to rejoin the EU are there.
The obvious counter is to denounce the Withdrawal and Trade and Cooperation Agreements, which aren’t binding on the UK, and give EU citizens 12 months to go home. Giving them settled status is simply too dangerous. We’ll also need an act requiring a special majority of two-thirds in any future constitutional referendum. The Cabinet Secretary will have to go and the powers of the Cabinet Office broken up. Boris will also have to go.
These measures will not be enough however. The UK has to commit herself to the total destruction of the EU. Once it’s gone there’ll be nothing to rejoin. There’s no dealing with rejoiners – nothing will stop them wanting to inflict the hurt, humiliation and economic pain of rejoining the EU. They simply hate this country too much. We have left the EU, thank God, but we have yet to break for the open sea.
Max Mosely (1940 – 2021)
Max sadly passed on May 23rd. He was a nice chap and the only man I ever met who could truthfully claim that our community partner the Führer, who wasn’t invading Poland at the time, attended his parents’ wedding. (Max’s parents were married in Berlin, in 1936.) So far as is known Adolf Hitler was a charming wedding guest and behaved himself. At any rate he didn’t shoot either the groom or the bride.
Max of course was a son of Sir Oswald Mosely, leader of the British Union of Fascists and such a nasty piece of work that he could have been a Cabinet Secretary, no offense intended. Max was nothing like his father, however. He wasn’t a fascist, for one thing, indeed he was something of a libertarian. He hammered the disgraced News of the World newspaper in court after they violated his privacy.
He was a very distinguished president of the FIA and played a key role in Formula 1 for decades.
This week’s movie review: R.A.F. (1935, dir. John Betts)
Given an airing on Talking Pictures in the UK this week, this fascinating documentary, narrated by Squadron Leader (later Air Commodore) W. Helmore, who narrated live over the beaches from a North American B-25 Mitchell bomber on D-Day, the 77th anniversary of which fell on Sunday, gives a glimpse into the RAF of the mid-30s. Helmore was also a member of the famous Brabazon Committee of course, and was a first-class chap, with sound views about the Hun.
What the documentary doesn’t do is give a potential enemy (in other words Harry Hun) much of an idea of what the latest RAF aircraft could do. You won’t find a single monoplane in the whole documentary. All the types featured, such as the lovely old Vickers Virginia bomber and Hawker Fury fighter, were biplanes on the verge of retirement.
There’s interesting footage of parachute training, with keen chaps dropping out of a modified Virginia. If only Air Intelligence knew that the Cabinet Secretary of the day, the notorious Maurice Hankey, had ordered the Royal Flying Corps not to provide parachutes to its pilots in World War 1 in order to drive up casualties, I’m sure that they would have arranged to drop him out of a Virginia without a parachute.
Desperate to give the Luftwaffe the advantage in the coming war, Hankey tried to stop the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine and the Spitfire. Fortunately the Air Ministry won that battle, just. After the useless Boris Johnson like Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain was forced out in May 1940 the RAF were able to give the Luftwaffe a hammering in the Battle of Britain.
Tragically however, Hankey’s replacement, Sir Edward Bridges, was left in place when Winston Churchill became PM. The disastrous failure to hang Sir Edward – you should always hang the Cabinet Secretary – meant that the RAF had to battle hard to get new and improved types into service throughout the war, costing the lives of many good men.
If you can get hold of R.A.F. it’s well worth watching.
Michael Shrimpton was a barrister from his call to the Bar in London in 1983 until being disbarred in 2019 over a fraudulently obtained conviction. He is a specialist in National Security and Constitutional Law, Strategic Intelligence and Counter-terrorism. He is a former Adjunct Professor of Intelligence Studies at the American Military University.