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Motto  'Nation shall Speak Peace unto Nation'. Narrator re Gaza - Chief Diplomatic Correspondent Paul Adams

This broadcast was presented by Ms Katya Adler, formerly correspondent in Brussels, the guts of the European Union. Ursula Gertrud von der Leyen is its ever smiling non-elected president and physician. (1). It was she who in e-mail correspondence with Bourla of Pfizer ordered 1.8 billion coronavirus vaccine doses in May 2021. The chain of e-mails about this toxic junk went missing, like the natural immunity of the victims receiving this RNA 'vaccine'. The cost of this 'contract' if completed would be 35 billion euros. (2)

It starts with a 4-12 minute segment reporting heavy snowfall in Scotland and Cumbria, the reporter one Yunus Mulla. "Chaos - drivers trapped in their vehicles 'without food and water' - 2,500 without electricity - not 2.2 million - a generous citizen had provided a bed for the night for a stranded motorist - a Christian church community centre in Ambleside opened for others stranded - government warning not to drive unless necessary."

The next segment - the 'chaos' in Gaza, but with the other occupied territories omitted, starts at 5-30 minutes. We are warned of potential distress being caused by images - so some will switch off. Paul Adams narrates the next 3-16 minutes.

Has there been a big protest meeting by the clock tower in response to this reckless cruelty? No.

When serving as an orthopaedic and trauma surgeon at Torbay up to 1992, I had to care for a few patients who came in with a fractured hip and hypothermia. They had fallen in their cold homes and could not call for help. They lay in pain, often in night clothes as their bodies cooled. Gradually they became unconscious as their core temperature fell. An essential low reading thermometer would record that.

The victim would be rewarmed gradually after the limb was put on traction. Examination and blood tests might have revealed low thyroid function thus making our elderly human more susceptible to unsteadiness and hypothermia. I recall an old lady whom I diagnosed with this who was on Ainslie ward for weeks, ‘geriatric’ beds being many but full. Some would die of bronchopneumona.

And what of our neighbour Agnes and her little Yorkie Tia? I presume that EDF was able to cut off her electricity remotely – twice, because she had been inveigled into having a ‘smart’ meter. Our ‘government’ has spent £12 billion propagandising this nonsense. Older readers will remember we had a Central Electricity Generating Board, and regional boards supplying this most wonderful invention of mankind – SWEB here in the SW. Then we had privatisation - ‘Don’t Tell Sid’ about the North Sea Gas sell off, and all the rest. That wonderful bounty found right by our sceptred isle, when fossil fuel, used wisely, was producing CO2 - the stuff of all vegetation, and which gives us back the oxygen.I recall a Brixham lady whose son was a senior in the CEGB. He was over in the US learning how, in madness, a market was made every 30 minutes for purchasing electricity. The engineers there said that the UK had the best system and why were we ditching it. The answers of course were several but private profit was at the top. As with OUR NHS – public is bad, private is good. And so we have this disgusting story of dear Agnes who has one seeing eye, but with only 20% of normal.

Dear Letters Editor,

I see that Mel Stride MP backs 'Boris' in sending two lots of missiles to the Ukraine - MDA last week, one with an 80 km reach.

Has he forgotten our war time leader, and the fight against fascists then?  'Jaw jaw is better than war'.

And does he not know or wish to take into account these facts.

The Minsk agreement thrashed out between Russia, the Ukraine, Germany and France in 2014 agreed that there should be autonomy for the provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk.

That this was quickly broken by Ukraine after the Maidan coup, when a democratically elected President was 'ousted'.  It is recorded that about 14,000 persons - adults, children and soldiers in these two eastern provinces have been killed since 2014.

Dear Letters Editor,

I am very pleased that the MDA published letters under a separate planning headline; my own was included.  I intend to send this to each of the TDC councillors.

They appear to be hell bent on getting 'developers' with wrecking ball and swing shovel busy in our already much damaged town.  I have listed part of its record.  A 40 acre solar 'farm' in the Haldon Hills courtesy of Mr Alan Connett 'Leader of the Council/Executive Portfolio Holder for Strategic Direction', erasure of the bus station and erection of a brick elephant, Sherborne House, and the lump of Asda opposite the whimsical architecture of the Passmore Library. The latter epitomises the absence of taste and wisdom in the TDC.  And add the Wolborough acres.

How much does each councillor care - for our towns and villagers, for the country around or for the views of the voters/council tax payers?

This is a case in point.   21/01721/AGR - Land at Combeinteignhead - 21/00381/ENF  An application for an agricultural building was made by the new owner of Cow Field in Combe-in-Teignhead.  This field rises steeply to 250ft.  One can almost spit on the village from its peak.  The plan is to grow saffron (ie from crocuses), flowers and potatoes.  But it is not arable land and gets the full force of south-westerly gales.  A building at the top is to be 22ft long I understand.  Mr Joubert of the TCD 'planning' department approved this application and 'low impact' was part of his assessment!  Poly tunnels would be needed to grow any flowers.

About 600 hundred yards to the south, a large agricultural barn was approved in 2011 and yet there were only 40 acres with it, and horses ie not an agricultural use, were part time occupants with sheep.  In 2016, the head of TDC planning, Mr Nick Davies, gave permission for conversion to a dwelling.  This structure is close to the hill top and has views in almost all directions.  I felt strongly about the desecration and the principle and involved a lawyer at my cost, but to no avail..  Having planted 28 acres of woodland to enhance habitats and landscape, I feel strongly about vandalism.

To Mr Hugh Pym  'Health' editor BBC

Dear Hugh

0-9 minutes

Likely perhaps that this will go into your junk box.  I have attempted to encourage you to tell the truth - but failed, as with the BBC in its reporting of slow, slow, quick genocide in Palestine -  (10 and 11 refs pre-covid   - ebola shambles   and  east kent 'maternity'services)

I sample BBC news occasionally - last night to see if the kite flown re jabbing 16 and 17 yr olds.  Confirmed.  No point in proper text.

1.4 million teenagers  All being 'offered' the Covid vaccine - and parental consent NOT required - (even though they are classified under international law as children).

Devolved nations quickly fall into line (each has a separate 'vaccine' group.  Communications immediate including with fascist Sturgeon)

Prospect of over 12s on the cards


More money (view in pdf) is being stripped from the Sunak indicae Money Tree.  A few months ago the National Debt (under estimated with exclusion of pensions etc) was equal to the UK's Gross Domestic Product.  Since it is no longer mentioned, one can assume it now exceeds GDP.

The letter below was submitted to the Mid Devon Advertiser at 11.33 am on 1-06-2021.  It was not in the 3-06 edition, and neither the one of the 10th.  The first letter in this last edition was from Mr Connett, leader of Teignbridge District Council and Devon County Councillor.  His letter (view in pdf) spoke of the need for an 'adult' conversation regarding the Alexandra Theatre and its replacement with a 'multiplex' cinema for 'great' films, but with some accommodation for traditional theatre.  £9 million of 'funny' money via HMG's 'Future High Streets Fund.

My letter is too wordy perhaps but the main point is that in the face of continued 'social disintegration', concrete and steel will only aid that.  Rebuilding our humanity is way and above the priority.  This includes the fun of association in the arts and live performance - not via the all powerful MSM.

Spotlight broadcast Evening News 5-05-2021 Ms Woodman journalist - with Ms Graham -- 'Vaccine Hesitancy' re the Muslim community SW Adverse effects NOT reported by the BBC 

7.50 minutes to 11.20  Removed at 7pm each evening

Dear Ms Woodman,

I have written to you previously, as a well informed retired doctor and surgeon concerned for his fellow humans, especially the mother and child.  My current maxim - 'no mother and child should be in the least harmed anywhere in our still beautiful world.'

and copied you into several letters to the health editor Mr Hugh Pym.  As for him, he corresponded with me conscientiously over the Ebola shambles (Nurse Cafferkey), but I have had no word from him re Wuhan 12-12-2021, the passed on the nod Corona Virus Bill 2019/2020 and much destruction since - especially of people's minds, livelihoods and common sense.  They are on my rather full website.

ref:    16-01-20

Very good web site.

Dear News Editor of the Morning Star,

First - a slight apology for the length of this.  My deep concern for the Palestinians, and for our nation and world grows daily.  As I say - 'Palestine is the hinge of our humanity'.  An elemental fight between good and evil,  expressed often as 'public good against capital with open talons'.  Furthermore, this will be the first page of an 'uplifted' Dove and Dolphin web site, first set up in hours before we left on the Voyage of the Dove and Dolphin by our then neighbour Simon Milton.  His team at Thinkology  kindly offered their skills in bringing the very factual    up to date.  I have been headed in this for too long.  That the site was sabotaged within hours by a Zionist sayanim who overlooked the quay is symbolic of the fight for our humanity.    

You did not reply, but whoever wrote it, and I imagine it was 'off the wire', put a euphemism in the title.  'Pummeling'.  It also included a reference to the shooting by the Israelis of the fishing boats, from their 'gunboats', as if this was unusual.  I used to hear the rattle of machine guns and see the flashes out at sea. It occurs on every night. Every one in the tiny strip can hear the blasts and vibrations of any Israeli missile or bomb.  That is why my late friend and psychiatrist Eyad Serraj reported frequent bed wetting in adolescents.  My friend in Gaza, Dr Khamis Elessi, told me how his little daughters were scared in the concrete stair wells during bombardments as in Operation Dreidel.  They feared Israeli soldiers.  And with only a few hours of electric current, most night hours are dark.

To Michael Buchanan & James Melley BBC ‘News’

Dear Michael and James, 

I have corresponded with you before Michael - re the use of opiates in a 'geriatric warehouse' in Gosport and on another matter.

I saw your broadcast last night, and heard your additions on 'Today' today.

As a doctor, and later orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, who started training at St Mary's in 1958, I cannot lie quiet.  For this reason I stood as an independent candidate in Newton Abbot in the recent 'snap' election in which the BBC very obviously helped the eventual winner.

The NHS is in free fall and it has been planned, as you both probably know, for a long time.  In the annexe to my web site
I quote third down Nicholas Ridley -

Conservative Party’s Economic Reconstruction Group

In his report to the Conservative Party’s Economic Reconstruction Group in 1977, Nicholas Ridley wrote that:
"...denationalisation should not be attempted by frontal attack but by preparation for return to the private sector by stealth. We should first pass legislation to destroy the public sector monopolies. We might also need to take power to sell assets. Secondly, we should fragment the industries as far as possible and set up the units as separate profit centres."

Senior journalists + editors at Spotlight  BBC SW

Dear Jenny Walrond and Justin Leigh,

I noted your broadcast 6-01-19 -  A&E at RCH overwhelmed.  12 hour waits for some.  A DGH not able to take acute admissions so looking at DGHs elsewhere.  Consider the youngster with symptoms and sign of acute appendicitis.  In the ambulance **.  Prompt diagnosis - saved from peritonitis.  (Female - risk of infertility)  Whilst there are urgent 'phone calls out of the county.  Consider the despair of any one with real physical or mental illness waiting, waiting.

And last night 7-01-19  ?all SW DGHs on '''opal four''' !!- in place of the more obvious 'black alert'.

Last week - patients at Plympton - difficulty in registering with GP, and Sherford 'new town' no glitsy surgery yet.   The CCG, responsible for the provision and standards of the medical services failing but 'considering' options - after the families had moved into often shoddily built homes - your report.

You greyed out Independent candidates, as did ITV.  On my election annexe -