446 Responses to Midweek 15 March 2023

  1. Zephir says:

    Whatever one may think of Trump, lets have a look at what has happened since:

    Another war and the potential for a third world war

    Absolutely NO objections to a war with Russia

    Banks collapsing

    Rampant inflation

    And what has the bbc to say about all the above FACTS ?


  2. Zephir says:

    Joe Biden says Trump’s failure to lead is responsible for historic economic slump


    Biden attacks Trump, saying his wing of the Republican party is a threat to democracy


    Biden blames COVID-19 death toll on Trump: ‘It is what it is because you are who you are’
    by Jessie Hellmann – 09/29/20 9:54



  3. Zephir says:

    What would most normal, responsible people do if they have f@cked up, if they had a conscience ?

    Sort it out and say sorry ?

    or blame someone else ?

    Who would you trust ?


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  6. Zephir says:

    An idiot warmonger not two years in poxer and found a war to fight

    where are the pre
    the ready made pre printed placards ?
    stpo- the war TALK

    yuman trights ?

    a stunning FROM THE BBC


  7. StewGreen says:

    Local radio Hits and Headlines section
    “Right in this year this happened ”
    .. played a cheery new clip of Tony Blair entering Downing St with some words from Blair himself

    I’ve never heard them play the same when the year was when a Tory PM was elected

    Oh 1pm
    Red red Redio Humberside “Due to industrial action we are unable to bring you the normal news, back to the music”

    but on Radio Lincolnshire the newsreader is working


    • StewGreen says:

      Item “Oh Boston and South Holland has one of the lowest percentage of tree cover”
      It’s masses of flat salty marsh WINDY land ..of course it’s not full of trees.

      Eh up the magic unicorns are giving away £20 billion to CCS Carbon Capture and storage
      That’s around £1000 per household

      Now support for nuclear
      Labour booing as he says “nuclear is environmentally sustainable”
      “It will provide one quarter of our energy
      “Small modular reactors” Tories cheer


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh The Radio Humberside phone-in presenter did an hour this morning and is on strike for the other 3 hours
      So the entire show is just music
      He got 36 Likes for his protest tweet
      That’s not much


  8. StewGreen says:

    12:45 pm The Jeremy Vine TV show on Channel 5 ends
    12pm The Jeremy Vine BBC Radio2 show starts
    How’s that work ?


    • Lunchtime Loather says:

      I *think* he actually starts an hour early, and they either shift it all by one hour, or the pre-recorded hour is shown last while he is on his bike to R2.


      • TrickCyclist says:

        I remember reading that one of the old ‘morning zoo’ shows used to do the reverse.
        ( Might have been Chris Tarrant’s on Capital.)
        The second hour used to go out live, then they would stay in the studio and record the first hour of the following day’s programme. That way they didn’t have to get up so horribly early.


      • Zephir says:

        Hes a smug twat


    • tomo says:

      They’ve got test tubes full of Vile clones in the basement at Broadcasting House waiting for passing thunderstorms to energize them + be ejected out to parasitize the broadcasting ecosystem.


  9. MarkyMark says:

    Jeremy Hunt: everyone will be paying more tax after autumn statement 2022

    Everyone. Everyone. Everyone.

    Theresa May, Former UK PM earned £1.86 million in her 2 years since leaving Downing Street, figures show

    Barry Gardiner defends donations worth £500,000 from Chinese agent

    Matt Hancock, who lost the Tory whip after it was announced he would be appearing on the ITV programme, is still being paid as an independent MP and is rumoured to have been paid £400,000 to appear on the I’m a celebrity.

    Boris Johnson earns £315,000 for 30 minute speech and ‘fireside chat’ in United States

    Chuka Umunna Advisory Board of The Progressive Centre UK think tank (also known as Global Progress)

    Jeremy Corbyn Labour party leader accepted up to £20,000 (about $27,000) for appearances on the Iranian state broadcast network Press TV

    Keir Starmer £18,450 from Harper Collins as an advance payment for a book.

    Boris Johnson Accommodation for a private holiday for my partner and me, value £15,000 Destination of visit: St Vincent and the Grenadines

    Jeremy Hunt £10,000 from Citigroup Centre for speaking at an event on 9 March 2021. Hours: 4 hrs. Fee paid direct to charity. (Charity not mentioned)

    Nadhim Zahawi MP promises to repay the part of £5,822.27 expenses claim for second home energy bills that relates to electricity for stables

    MPs to get £2,200 pay rise from April for ‘dramatically increased’ duties last year

    Philip Hammond accepts £2,000 watch from Saudi sheikh, despite ban on donating expensive gifts


  10. MarkyMark says:

    Budget – save £159 by cancelling you BBC TV License.


  11. StewGreen says:

    Oh I had to email a university dept .. I got this reply saying they are on strike until the end of next week

    I am currently on strike, as part of the University and College Union Industrial Action
    I will be away from my desk and on strike on the days listed below.
    · Week 6 – Wednesday 15, Thursday 16 and Friday 17 March
    · Week 7 – Monday 20, Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 March.


  12. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    A question.

    I currently get £67 to help with energy costs, same as every other household I think, which ends in April.

    In the budget the energy cap will remain for another 3 months after April saving an average family £160 is what I’m seeing in the papers.

    Does this mean that the £67 will be paid to my energy company for the 3 extra months as it has been paid since the end of last year or is this some kind of spin.
    It’s something to do with capping staying at £2500 but I don’t understand if I am included as I pay less than £2500 a year.

    Basically, has this monthly £67 (the £400 sum paid to the energy companies) been extended from 6 months to 9 months.

    Anybody know?


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Emmanuel, I’ve just asked someone in the finance department at work the same question (she’s pretty good understanding the T&Cs) – I’m being told the £67 still ends this month

      The bBC clear as mud


  13. vlad says:

    Poll in the Express: “Do you think the BBC licence fee should be scrapped after Gary Lineker row?”

    Tell the BBC what you think of them!
    It’s quick and easy, you don’t even need to provide your email address, link here:



  14. Zephir says:

    I recall, businesses given financial help

    I also recall eat out to help out restautrants helped

    Now, homes helped with energy costs

    iss the tories innit

    (a demographic of the muzzie businesses taking the piss is informing)


  15. StewGreen says:

    Gary Lineker’s tweet was aimed at TAKING AWAY other people’s right to speak freely
    So it is a bit rich of him to use the cropped George Orwell words in his profile image

    it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear

    His tweet said

    This is just an immeasurably cruel policy directed at the most vulnerable people
    in language that is not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the 30s,
    and I’m out of order?

    That highlighted bit is a dogwhistle that says “If you speak like that you are a NAZI”

    ie Lineker aims to INTIMIDATE people so they don’t speak like that
    He is the one who is taking away people’s right to tell him and his mates what they do not want to hear.


    • Guest Who says:

      On the matter of not telling folk what the BBC does not want heard…

      Winter George, ITTB


      Every morning, the far-left BBC website has a round-up of the front pages from the papers.

      ‘Britain’s biggest selling paper is The Sun. Today, it is missing from the photos. Hmm… I wondered why that was, so I looked it up on Sky News, who do a similar thing…..’

      You will never guess.

      A technique not dissimilar to what happens to folk employed by the BBC who stray off narrative, even today?


      • StewGreen says:

        So BBC lied by omission
        This tweet shows you that Sun front page and some of the inner pages


        • Guest Who says:

          Again, interesting to read the thread comments.

          Unsurprisingly a few attacking all but the clear fact of the story, presumably BBC or Lineker Inc. staff.

          And Jess… well, yes, it is a surprise that you might once have an issue with the news medium that is trying to get you in power, albeit the actual banwagon reason less so.

          But no surprise at all that you airily wave off such activity on a ‘other wicked corporates probably do it’ basis.

          Few entities, other than MPs, are force funded without choice, so stay thick, stay arrogant, you hollowed out champagne socialist stylist support system studio addict.


  16. Guest Who says:

    Hamster hooked up with Moonbat in hope of sharing a Lear to COP28 with a more attractive hostie than the grim goblin?


  17. Zephir says:

    lets have an election and ask the people whether they want to import drug dealers and sex criminals and pay for the priviledge

    and for Linekers daughters to work in asylum camps in school uniform

    And all of Linekers relatives who ran away to hide in world war one and two too seek asylum, to be forgiven


  18. StewGreen says:

    What’s this about ??


    It was on Dec 13, 2021 https://twitter.com/PippaCrerar/status/1470424397957709826
    Then she was tweeting against a Tory

    Now a lefty like Lineker did it … It’s OK

    ie “rules apply to YOU, but not to us LEFTIES”


  19. Zephir says:

    Its almost as if they say Nazis were wrong

    the trains ran on time and the uniforms were ok

    and they invented the Valkswagen

    what next ?

    they could be running a national broadcaster dedicated to the genocide of white heterosexual males

    Control the narrative, shut down the opposition, get the kids in the schools,

    Stop the ability to travel

    It’s Henry 8th all over again with added microwave meals and Love Island


    • Charlie Farley says:

      Have to thank the British Military for getting the VOLKSWAGEN Factory up and running again which lasted four years under their control , December 1945 the first car was completed , all down to 29 year old Major Ivan Hirst …Should have been awarded the Iron Cross….that’s me off Gary’s Christmas card list then !
      Talking of German uniforms…many years ago I inherited an Officers jacket…superb quality and as my Wife said all because of the Jewish Tailors workmanship .


      • Zephir says:


        I still have post traumtic stress syndrome from being driven around the Arc de Triomphe middle of Paris, at 50 mph in one of those things, , thanks ,Hitler for that

        Three Paris girls who did not bat an eyelid,

        Although Shanghai taxis in a six lane road is a close second if one is tired of life


      • Richard Pinder says:

        Flag of the British Occupation of Germany: 3rd December 1918 to 30th June 1930 & 9th February 1945 to 15 March 1991.



  20. pugnazious says:

    ‘“I don’t think Gary Lineker has actually directly called Red Wall voters ‘Nazis’ Mr Gullis.”

    Lineker also replied, writing: “No he hasn’t and never would. This is outrageous and dangerously provocative.”’

    Hmmmm….but Lineker is quite prepared to call Tories Nazis….is that dangerous and provocative?


  21. richard D says:

    BRUSSELS (AP) this week— “The European Union on Tuesday urged its member countries to deport more people who enter Europe without authorization and who are not eligible to stay, saying that only around one in five would-be migrants who should be sent home actually is.”

    Would it be naive to believe that Gary Linaker will completely ignore this, given his adoration of the EU, and certainly would not want to dismiss its member countries as a complete bunch of Nazi b’stards ?


  22. Fedup2 says:

    An excellent budget – if you are a senior civil servant , BBC employee , MP , Senior plod , senior doctor …. For the rest of the mugs – except those planning to have babies and put them in the baby bank – not so much ……
    Vote …. For someone else ….


    • Up2snuff says:

      Fed, just had a look at the markets; they seem to be a bit underwhelmed by Jeremy Hunt’s first Budget. Although he seems to have had a serious effect on the oil prices and the gas price. 🙂

      I was seriously underwhelmed by the performance of Madam Deputy Speaker. Made one wish for that Berk cow bloke to make the bleating sheep shut up.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Up2 – as yoy might suspect – I sat watching on parliament TV – it must be difficult for starmer to find anything to object to – the nonsense about getting consultants to stay in the NHS – when in fact it’s a mechanism for long time MPs to get even bigger pensions did make me laugh ….

        …. I got the feeling the old girl deputy speaker is on her last legs – and the Berkow replacement becomes more of a Northern labour MP by the week.

        But let’s face it – why cares – we are outsiders looking at a one party State ….. pretending to be a democracy …


  23. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    The budget is letting very rich people put more into their pensions to get them back to work.
    Apparently, they have so much in their pensions it’s not worth putting more in because they lose out so they stop working.

    When their pensions are full up why don’t they put all their extra money into things like fixed rate bonds, isas and other saving plans like the rest of us do.
    Why must it only go into their pensions.

    While most of us get average amounts to live on (or if you’re and older pensioner, a little over £7,000 pa) these people amass such large amounts that they can retire at 50.
    The UK certainly is working for some people.

    Thanks for the earlier reply Andy.
    I somehow knew it wasn’t what it sounded like.
    The msm shouldn’t try to make it sound like we would be saving £160 pa when it’s not like that.


  24. Dickie says:

    Some humour for this website:



  25. BRISSLES says:

    Throughout my life, first as a single woman, then married with no children, then as a widow, and now as a single (again) pensioner, the Budgets have done nothing to help me., except instigate the Triple Lock on pensions, now that looks set to be ended.

    I’ve always had to fork out for other peoples benefits, and been penalised for making lifestyle choices that hasn’t made me rely on the Government for help. Even the widow’s pension was restricted to a few weeks after hubby died. So for me there’s nothing of interest.


    • Scroblene says:

      That concerns me, Brissles.

      One way is to get the poll tax reduced – it can be done…

      Another is, of course, ditch the TV tax, which we did last November, and have had just one ‘letter’ since, so sod them!

      Your extensive business experience deserves much more than a pittance from any government, for all that money you put in!

      Bung me a message when you want, we can moan together!


    • Fedup2 says:

      Brissles -darling – I’m one of those trying to ‘top up ‘my pension contributions – making the assumption I might live long enough to at least’ break even ‘.

      Now I’ve always thought I’m pretty smart – the battle to get through the UK gov gateway – tracking down the pension help outfit – probably 8 hours on ‘hold ‘ then another 3 hours on hold with HMRC – ….
      …..set me thinking – what have I got out of the State for my contributions ? Certainly no gain from that blue labour budget … it’s for the ( unborn) Kids – mostly called Mohamed and Fatima ….

      Every time – it’s another ratchet to leave Blighty ….


      • BRISSLES says:

        Fed, you little youngster you, I’m hoping you haven’t just started ‘topping’ up recently. No, you’re more intelligent than that.

        Though its always poo pooed with endless excuses, I have advocated my entire life that you cannot start early enough to pay into a pension. Admittedly when I was 23 I was press ganged into joining the company pension scheme, paying £5 per month, which increased over the years as my salary improved. It was my husband (more canny than I) who suggested I pay AVCs – added voluntary contributions over and above my committed amount.

        As I changed jobs, so I joined new pension plans but always with AVCs. Now, on top of the state pension I also receive 4 amounts from the various companies I worked for, not huge amounts but added together it makes the difference of living a ‘comfortable’ retirement as opposed to one counting the pennies.

        Yes when newly married in the late 70’s we struggled like most young couples, but we never ditched the pension payments, because we both saw our parents have a frugal retirement in their rented homes, and looking long term it was something we didn’t want to endure, because unlike a lot of youngsters today we didn’t have an inherited property to look forward to to finance our retirement.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Brissles dearest – I did the AVC route on top of another pension – but had to leave work to be a carer – I just fancy the highest level of State pension I can get – so I can contribute for 4 extra years – which hits break even after 3 years ( £824 ) …
          I’m glad I started paying aged 17 …


  26. Guest Who says:

    Scientific American:

    “Social psychologist Sander van der Linden of the University of Cambridge wondered whether, if misinformation spreads like a virus, it might be possible to stop its spread with something like a vaccine. Inoculation can occur through “prebunking,” warning of possible manipulation by others, along with a tiny dose of the misinformation and suggestions about how to counter it. Van der Linden talked to journalist Daisy Yuhas about all of this. ”

    Cambridge U. eh? Home of David Lammy, Di Abbott and likely a fair number of BBC staff.

    See, I can make can cast nasturtiums via association too.

    But that para above reads like any self-respecting journo should become a footy commentator.


    • StewGreen says:

      You know who Sander van der Linden is !
      Sidekick of Lewandowsky
      both psychologists full of conspiracy theories
      whilst they shout that “look over their those people are conspiracy theorists”

      Projection is a libmob characteristic.


  27. Guest Who says:

    The BBC does host an odd collection of folk.


  28. Guest Who says:

    Harvard man.


  29. StewGreen says:

    BBC local newsPR cancelled due to strike.
    ..was it deliberately timed so they don’t report the budget.


    • Sluff says:

      I read somewhere that the BBC journalists on strike were joined on the picket line by their good friends…..John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn.

      You can tell the BBC’s opinion by the friends they keep.
      I wonder if any crisps salesmen are on the picket line? In the interests of impartiality, you understand.


  30. Guest Who says:

    With the head shot image posted across the doors sideways.


  31. Thoughtful says:

    Credit Suisse looking like the next bank to fail and it really is a story of going woke to going broke, possibly the biggest bankruptcy yet caused by the insanity and not even Middle Eastern oil money and sovereign wealth appears to be sufficient to dig them out of the hole they are in.


  32. Johnda says:

    So the markets have gone into “free fall” after a budget but no comment or mention on the bbc. . Yet Liz truss says what she might do brings down the markets???? It’s on the news wall to wall I wonder why


  33. Dickie says:

    Don’t suppose either the Judge or Larry would be welcomed by the BBC for an interview:



  34. Foscari says:

    As an avowed supporter of the Socialist Workers Party.
    I was distressed this evening to see the BBC’S
    Londonistan programme cancelled because of a strike.
    I really missed Alice Bhandukravi who fills the screen with
    her presence or any other of the plethora Indian sub
    continent or Caribbean presenters and reporters aping
    their autocues written by the anarchist Marxist editors,
    sub editors and researchers for the programme. How I
    missed the vitriol against the Metropolitan police and the Toreeeeees!
    Instead they had a repeat of a gardening programme. I
    don’t think that in the last, at least 20 years have I seen
    a programme between 630 -700 PM which featured only
    WHITIES !!
    If I don’t have my nightly dose of tirades against “the bosses”
    I shall really consider not paying my TV licence tax.


    • JohnC says:

      Don’t worry Foscari,

      Here is a lengthy, world-news front-page article you can read at your leisure using the internet:
      Abhimaan: A Bollywood marital drama that’s relevant even after 50 years

      Written by: Geeta Pandey

      An article funded by the UK license fee payer but which only <3% of the population have any interest in reading.

      I like it because it's an excellent example of where 'positive discrimination' and 'diversity officers' directly lead to. Totally skewed output chock full of racist and sexist discrimination.

      I'm still amazed at how the Leftist hypocrites and spite-filled misandrists think this is absolutely fine – yet they scream until they turn blue if whitey male is over-represented.


  35. Flotsam says:

    I thought Rishi missed a couple of open goals in PMQ’s against Starmer.

    Starmer was pushing the point that Richard Sharp, the Chairman of the BBC, was a Tory donor. Rishi should have said that that many previous Chairmen were aligned with Labour.

    I don’t think he had a proper go at Lineker’s tweet or even any sort of a go.


  36. StewGreen says:

    Is Lineker the victim ?
    His tweet still stands, it’s not mentioned that the tweet that was removed was the woman he was replying to
    I guess cos she couldn’t take the heat from his Labour thug mates

    Suella put up a video

    Last year, over 45,000 people made the unsafe, unnecessary and illegal journey across the channel.
    Our asylum system has been overwhelmed.
    We’re now spending almost 7 million pounds a day on hotels.
    Stopping the boats is one of the 5 promises the Prime Minister has made to the British people,
    and it’s my top priority.
    That’s why today I’m announcing a new illegal migration Bill to do exactly that.
    The Prime Minister and I have been working flat out for months
    to bring this legislation to Parliament.
    This Bill will mean that if you come here illegally, you will not be able to stay.
    You will be detained and removed to your home country. If safe. Or a safe 3rd country like Rwanda.
    We are committed to helping those in need, like the hundreds of thousands of people we have supported from Ukraine, Afghanistan and Hong Kong in recent years.
    But it’s not fair that people who travel through a string of safe countries and then come to the UK illegally can jump the queue and gain our system.
    This Bill will bring an end to that.
    Enough is enough! We must stop the boats.

    Lineker replies : “Good heavens, this is beyond awful.”
    .. hang on, is that awful ?

    The woman replies

    You’re out of order here, GaryLineker;
    you may be living safe and in comparative comfort but what about the communities devastated by this *influx*, feeling unsafe, infrastructure stressed to the limits?
    Of course, easy to pontificate when it doesn’t directly affect you..,

    Lineker replies

    There is no huge influx. (… HUGE was not a word she used)
    We take far fewer refugees than other major European countries.
    (..that’s whataboutery)
    This is just an immeasurably *cruel policy* 1
    *directed at the most vulnerable people* 2
    in language that is not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the 30s,
    and I’m out of order?

    *1 not true, * 2 not true France is safe
    Look how Lineker uses very couched phrasing
    but it can’t be anything other that a dogwhistle to imply Tories are Nazis
    And you tell me what bit of Suella’s speech there was Nazi


    • JohnC says:

      Lineker could have said anything at all to his target audience and they would have supported him just the same.

      They are Leftist activists and have no interest whatsoever in right and wrong. They just hate the Right.


  37. Northern Voter says:

    I was reading posts further up the pages regarding the phony war between Ukraine and Russia. It struck me that perhaps the Russians are using the Ukraine in a similar way to the Germans in the Spanish Civil War, you know just testing weapons and pushing the boundaries. Maybe make NATO make a wrong move so that it all kicks off.


    • JohnC says:

      I think they are ALL testing weapons – and the USA are doing a lot more than just let Ukraine pull the trigger.

      They will be worried about them falling into the wrong hands if they just hand them over. I strongly suspect American aircraft and contractors are fully involved in this war.

      After what the USA have been doing to help Ukraine, I cannot do anything but laugh at the faux ‘outrage’ over this drone.


  38. tomo says:

    Russell has plenty to talk about courtesy of monsters like Debbie Wassermann Schultz…

    I doubt the BBC will be inviting him on (again) anytime soon….


  39. tomo says:

    Tucker on bankers


  40. Guest Who says:

    It really is a nest of vipers.


    • JohnC says:

      That Guardian article rates as one of the most outrageously ridiculous things I have ever seen a newspaper publish. And it’s up against some amazing misandry and anti-white racism from the same stable.

      Here’s the test for you ‘Mr John Liew’ : suggest removing the BBC license fee and see which people start to complain the most.

      That guy is a dangerous extremist. No wonder he is at the Guardian.


  41. Sluff says:

    ITV news. Was it on the BBC?
    A girl from Bradford refused to agree to an arranged marriage with someone from Pakistan.
    Three years later she was murdered by her uncle.
    He, Mohammed Khan, is facing a supposed life sentence.

    It’s another triumph for multiculturalism. Enjoy the diversity.
    It gets worse though.
    The judge refused to speculate on the motives of the murderer!!!! FFS.
    Obviously doesn’t want to upset anyone.


    • JohnC says:

      Don’t forget that they operate their own Sharia law and Muslims are told by their leaders to take their problems to their own court without involving the police.

      You can be absolutely sure this is the very tip of the iceberg. Only the ones they can’t cover up ever make it to the outside world.

      The BBC covered in back in 2012 just before they went from far-Left to extreme-Left.

      Growing use of Sharia by UK Muslims

      You can be quite sure it’s much, much worse now because everybody in the MSM are too scared to cover it in case they are called racists.

      I read one person describe it like ‘Going to visit a marriage guidance counsellor’ on a forum where someone dared to ask about it and got a deluge of put-downs from mostly Muslims.

      Here’s a taste : doesn’t sound like ‘marriage guidance’ to me:
      Sharia punishments taught in UK

      This is our Brave New World where people in the UK dare not speak the truth any more. So much for the BBC and the Orwell quote the jug-eared hypocrite stood next to yesterday.


  42. atlas_shrugged says:

    Oh look another plane, another pilot. This time with chest pains:


  43. Zephir says:

    Pilots with chest pains, that’s the least of it

    I have a fear of flying, it’s not natural, we took a 737 to Glasgow on a visit to some relatives in Campbeltown

    We then took one of these twin otter things from Glasgow to Machrihanish, with the doors flapping with a pilot and a rather young assistant, and I will always remember when he said to his teenage assistant “go on you have a go”

    FFS sometimes I wish I was hard of hearing


  44. JohnC says:

    SNP leader candidates call for ‘robust’ audit of vote system

    Amazing how the BBC report thing differently depending on the agenda.

    After reading this article, it became clear that the 2 women running to be leader of the SNP are quite aware of how corrupt their own party is and – now that it suits them – they want to stop it.


  45. Zephir says:

    Another victim who had no idea a teenager was in charge

    “Adolescence is the developmental epoch during which children become adults – intellectually, physically, hormonally, and socially. Adolescence is a tumultuous time, full of changes and transformations. The pubertal transition to adulthood involves both gonadal and behavioral maturation. Magnetic resonance imaging studies have discovered that myelinogenesis, required for proper insulation and efficient neurocybernetics, continues from childhood and the brain’s region-specific neurocircuitry remains structurally and functionally vulnerable to impulsive sex, food, and sleep habits. The maturation of the adolescent brain is also influenced by heredity, environment, and sex hormones (estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone), which play a crucial role in myelination. Furthermore, glutamatergic neurotransmission predominates, whereas gamma-aminobutyric acid neurotransmission remains under construction, and this might be responsible for immature and impulsive behavior and neurobehavioral excitement during adolescent life. The adolescent population is highly vulnerable to driving under the influence of alcohol and social maladjustments due to an immature limbic system and prefrontal cortex. Synaptic plasticity and the release of neurotransmitters may also be influenced by environmental neurotoxins and drugs of abuse including cigarettes, caffeine, and alcohol during adolescence. Adolescents may become involved with offensive crimes, irresponsible behavior, unprotected sex, juvenile courts, or even prison. According to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the major cause of death among the teenage population is due to injury and violence related to sex and substance abuse. Prenatal neglect, cigarette smoking, and alcohol consumption may also significantly impact maturation of the adolescent brain. Pharmacological interventions to regulate adolescent behavior have been attempted with limited success. Since several factors, including age, sex, disease, nutritional status, and substance abuse have a significant impact on the maturation of the adolescent brain, we have highlighted the influence of these clinically significant and socially important aspects in this report.”



  46. Richard Pinder says:

    The new timeline for the Covid leak, not reported by the Army to members of Congress in 2019.

    July 1st 2019:
    Sina Bavari, chief scientific officer of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), reported a breach of the waste water treatment system from its BSL-4 laboratory some time in June, followed by evidence that the Covid like biological weapon virus had caused outbreaks and fatalities in the nursing homes nearby, like the Greenspring Retirement Community, which suffered 60 cases of mysterious pneumonia and 3 deaths, and prompted the CDC to close down USAMRIID. which is partnered with the BSL-4 laboratory at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg. Swabs from Greenspring were taken by the CDC 10 months later, Covid-19 was confirmed.

    July 5th 2019:
    To hide the problem from the Chinese. Virologist Xiangguo Qiu is escorted out of Canada’s only BSL-4 laboratory at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg. Qiu, her husband Kedin Cheng and her students from China were removed.

    July 15th 2019:
    Fort Detrick was shut down for safety violations and for unspecified “national security reasons”. Sina Bavari was ordered to cease his research operations.

    Somehow it gets to Wuhan.

    August 1st to August 13th 2019:
    It starts with search engine queries about diarrhoea from people in Wuhan, & then an increase in hospital traffic in Wuhan.


  47. Zephir says:

    Had a chat with my son last week, a first class degree in computer forensics,

    He told me his company has decided they need more wimmin.

    No wimmin are available so, what do they do ?

    They recruit unqualified wimmin and train them,


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