Neil Ferguson: how did his Covid 19 statistics fool the world?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

2nd July, 2022

It is high time I dealt with this. I worked it out ages ago in 2020. However, I was struggling with my own physical health due to the ineptitude of the NHS, followed by it poisoning me with experimental neuro-toxic immune-therapy, so I did not do a post at the time.

By now it is somewhat water under the bridge but as he will need to brought to trial for his crimes, a post I must do.

But before we look at his statistics or at least how he fooled us and the government (allegedly), let’s look at his life and record. I will use Wikipedia link at the start of this post as basis, but first an analysis of his name.

He was born in 1968, exact date unknown it seems at the moment without checking birth records.

His full name is Neil Morris Ferguson. Let’s break it down.

Neil – meaning possibly “cloud”, “passionate”, “victory”, “honour” or “champion”. From

However, it is easy to analysis from the letters, primarily the consonants. The Ne refers to ‘lady’ and ‘il’ to ‘angel’, hence lady’s angel, or perhaps his mother’s angel, which most mothers think their offspring to be (until they become teenagers perhaps!).

But of course this ties in with the Wikipedia suggestions, so all reasonable.

Morris – meaning ‘of the marsh’ or the ‘moors’. From

Of course a Moor is a dark skinned person, and the moors are consider to be dark areas, partly for their dark vegetation and in part because of the association with lonely desolate places where evil might lurk (at least in people’s minds).

Ferguson – meaning ‘Son of Fergus’. The given name Fergus, comes from Fearghas, derived from the Gaelic fear meaning “man,” and gus meaning “vigor.” From

Of course relates to gust as in gust of wind, a strong wind, so this makes sense. Ghas sounds/looks very similar to ‘gas’ which we can use to mean windy, talkative.

And then there is ‘fer’ in French meaning iron, so ‘Iron Wind’, a strong wind.

So in full his name might reasonably be ‘Cloud of the marshy moor strong wind’. Could be quite romantic.

Unless you are floundering around in the bog in the fog (low cloud) with the wind blowing too.

Well known Fergusons include Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s former wife, the former manager of Manchester United, considered to be the best manager in English football, and Massey Fergusson tractors. Okay, the latter is not a person but is shows something of what Fergusons are or do.

There is also Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland. You see, her middle name is Ferguson. Not a lot of people know that.

What about anagrams of his name?

1          Early life and education

Ferguson was born in Whitehaven, Cumberland, but grew up in Mid Wales, where he attended Llanidloes High School. His father was an educational psychologist, while his mother was a librarian who later became an Anglican priest.

My wife and I have been through and stopped in Llanidloes. It is a small town and rather attractive.

However, an anagram of Llanidloes is Sod all Neil!!!!! This explains a lot.

He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics in 1990 at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in theoretical physics in 1994 at Linacre College, Oxford. His doctoral research investigated interpolations from crystalline to dynamically triangulated random surfaces and was supervised by John Wheater. It was there that he attended a lecture by Robert May on modelling the HIV epidemic, which together with the death of a friend’s brother from AIDS, interested him in pursuing the mathematical modelling of infectious diseases.

He was at Lady Margaret Hall, in Oxford where he got his degree. The college had not long become open to both male and females, having been female only until 1979 Perhaps he was attracted by the thought that perhaps there would be lots of girls there still!

His PhD was in theoretical physics investigating ‘…interpolations from crystalline to dynamically triangulated random surfaces’.


But I have just had a thought. Crystals. Mmm…he tries looking into the future by gazing at his statistics, his crystal balls if you will. David Beckham had golden balls, Neil has crystal ones.

Of course men who spend too much time gazing at their balls get distracted and take their eye off the ball. The important ball that is.

He goes to a previously all-female college where perhaps the ratio of women to men is still high. Therefore he spends too much time looking at his balls. Or maybe he likes to invite women to check them out, I don’t know.

What’s the chat up line? ‘Hey, would you like to see my statistics and the size of my crystal balls?’

Robert May referred to earlier is an atheist apparently.,_Baron_May_of_Oxford#Public_life

He believes in climate change as a serious issue.

In 1996, May asked Ig Nobel to stop awarding prizes to British scientists because this might lead the public to treat worthwhile research less seriously.

Given that some research IS utterly pointless except for the joy of doing it (nothing wrong in that), I don’t see why awarding Ig Noble prizes should be any different. Let them have joy too.

And anyway it is written ‘vanity, vanity, all is vanity, so chill out man!’ Something like that.

2          Career and research

Using mathematical and statistical models he studies the processes that influence the development, evolution and transmission of infectious diseases. These have included SARS, pandemic influenza, BSE/vCJD, foot-and-mouth disease, HIV and smallpox, in addition to bioterrorism.

So we will need to check out how well he did.

Ferguson was part of Roy Anderson’s group of infectious disease scientists who moved from the University of Oxford to Imperial College in November 2000, and started working on modelling the 2001 United Kingdom foot-and-mouth outbreak a few months later.

So he was perhaps 32-33 years old by then.

Ferguson and colleagues founded the Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis in 2008. He advises the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Union, and the governments of the UK and United States, on the dynamics of infectious disease. He is an international member of the National Academy of Medicine, a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, and is on the editorial boards of PLOS Computational Biology and Journal of the Royal Society Interface. He is a founding editor of the journal Epidemics.

He advises the WHO, the EU, the UK and the US. An anagram of the capital letters is ‘uh u UK woes’. Sound like ‘Uh you UK woes’. Need I say more?

Yes, because I intend to nail Neil once and for all.

Since 2014 he is the director of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Protection Research Unit for Modelling Methodology. Together with a number of other persons, in 2016 he proposed a World Serum Bank as a means of helping combat epidemics.

Really, a World Serum Bank? I thought I would check the anagrams just out of interest. These caught my eye.

Mr bul sod wanker

Bum lords wanker

Drum slob wanker

BS lord mu wanker – mu as in omicron perhaps.

Mr BS loud wanker

BS lour MD wanker

Mr BS ludo wanker – playing games with his statistics perhaps.

Whatever, it seems this might suggest something of what Neil is. I’ll give you three guesses. I can wait.

In October 2019, Ferguson was appointed inaugural director of the Jameel Institute for Disease and Emergency Analytics (J-IDEA), a research institute at Imperial College London in the fields of epidemiology, mathematical modelling of infectious diseases and emergencies, environmental health, and health economics. The Jameel Institute was part of the Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team.

As of February 2020, at Imperial College, London, he was a professor of mathematical biology, director of the Jameel Institute (J-IDEA), head of the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the School of Public Health and Vice-Dean for Academic Development in the Faculty of Medicine.

As of March 2020, Ferguson was a member of the UK Department of Health advisory body called the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (NERVTAG), which advises the CMOUK.

It should be born in mind that Neil Ferguson is only a professor with a PhD, and not a medic. He has never practiced medicine or been a doctor in the real world. He professes to know about disease and so-called infection, but all he understands is numbers and statistics.

And as well all should know there are lies, damn lies and statistics.

2.1      Foot-and-mouth disease – 2001

During the 2001 United Kingdom foot-and-mouth outbreak Ferguson worked on the team, led by Roy M. Anderson of Imperial College, creating mathematical models used to inform the UK Government of the most effective methods of preventing the spread of foot-and-mouth-disease. Ferguson published a journal article in Science magazine in April 2001 describing the mathematical models that were relied upon by the UK government to recommend the mass slaughter of millions of cows, sheep and pigs in the UK in order to stop the spread of the disease; over a decade later, the BBC would remind its readers Ferguson “was among those advising government on how to control the epidemic a decade ago.”

Well, he got that wrong didn’t he. Not so much foot-and-mouth, but foot-in-mouth.

BBC link from footnote in Wikipedia.

It says

Perhaps more importantly, the researchers also discovered that animals were not infectious until they showed symptoms of the disease.

In reality they were not infectious at all. You see, the problem with animals is that they need vitamin D like we do. Disease is an internal matter for each individual. One cow may show signs of disease, and it appears to spread to the herd.

But this is only because they are all suffering from the same problem, a D deficiency or other issue due to diet or maybe poisoning. Resolve that, the problem is cured.

I remember reading in one of James Heriot’s books, also an episode on TV I believe, talking about cows affect by lead in paint on an old door which they licked. The door removed, the problem goes away.

I have yet to go into depth on foot and mouth but Neil Ferguson’s predictions resulted in the needless destruction of healthy animals and some farmers committed suicide in their despair.

2.2      Bird flu – 2005

In August 2005, Neil Ferguson said in an interview that bird flu could kill as many as 200 million people worldwide. He stated that “Around 40 million people died in 1918 Spanish flu outbreak” and that “There are six times more people on the planet now so you could scale it [the death toll from bird flu] up to around 200 million people probably”. In the interview, he warned that failure to take swift action would be catastrophic for the United Kingdom, saying that “If the virus got as far as Britain, it would effectively be too late”. The virus did not reach Britain and 74 persons worldwide died of bird flu in 2005.

Well, he got that wrong didn’t he.

He uses the word probably. Finger in the air job I call it. I know where he could stick his finger instead though.

The article refers to a David Nabarro. He is quoted as saying

David Nabarro, one of the most senior public health experts at the World Health Organisation, said outbreaks of bird flu, which have killed at least 65 people in Asia, could mutate into a form transmittable between people.

“The consequences in terms of human life when the pandemic does start are going to be extraordinary and very damaging,” he said.

He told the BBC that the “range of deaths could be anything between five and 150 million”.

Well, he got that wrong didn’t he.

Unless of course he meant between 5 deaths and 150 million deaths of course. Good guess, eh David? Finger in the air job was it? Or up your backside? NB This is a useful way of taking your temperature.

And probably safer than going to hospital right now where they may decide to stick something else in you.

David Nabarro works for the W.H.O. No wonder Trump wanted to defund the organisation.

Looks like some Jewish ancestry. Presumably Nabarro was Navarro originally or of Navarre, a region of Spain. Another incompetent fool. Or deliberately evil. You choose.

2.3      Swine flu – 2009

During the swine flu outbreak in 2009 in the UK, in an article titled “Closure of schools during an influenza pandemic” published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases, Ferguson and colleagues endorsed the closure of schools in order to interrupt the course of the infection, slow further spread and buy time to research and produce a vaccine. Ferguson’s team reported on the economic and workforce effect school closure would have, particularly with a large percentage of doctors and nurses being women, of whom half had children under the age of 16.

They studied previous influenza pandemics including the 1918 flu pandemic, the influenza pandemic of 1957 and the 1968 flu pandemic. They also looked at the dynamics of the spread of influenza in France during French school holidays and noted that cases of flu dropped when schools closed and re-emerged when they reopened. They noted that when teachers in Israel went on strike during the flu season of 1999–2000, visits to doctors and the number of respiratory infections, fell by more than a fifth and more than two-fifths respectively.

Case of ‘flu dropped perhaps because the schools themselves contain toxins in the buildings, and pupils are stressed by school environment and teachers (some teachers really stress you out, I should know I married one!).

Perhaps the travel to schools involves routes along traffic polluted roads – please note lots of parents drive their darlings to school rather than walk or cycle.

In the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee’s “follow-up” to the swine flu epidemic in 2009, Ferguson recommended that to halt transmission of swine flu, actions would need to include “treating isolated cases with antivirals, public health measures such as school closures, travel restrictions around the region, mass use of antiviral prophylaxis in the population and possible use of vaccines”. He was also asked why there was not a policy for vaccinating frontline healthcare workers at that time.

Link to swine ‘flu pandemic.

Of course pork when processed into bacon and sausages etc. is largely nowadays ‘cured’ with some sodium nitrite (E250). I have not yet done a post on this, but it is neuro-toxic and will cause problems to your body as it did me.

Pork itself has to be correctly reared, and whilst there are those who say you should not eat it at all, the issue is how it is raised, the facilities in which it is slaughtered and what chemicals are then added in any processing.

It is cost cutting that is always the issue; some people love money and will not consider people’s health as long as they can make a profit.

The above link says

Swine flu’s symptoms were not too different from the regular flu. According to PBS, some of the most prominent symptoms included fever, coughing, headaches, nausea, diarrhea, muscle pain, and chills. Additionally, the severity of symptoms differed in individuals. For example, some patients developed a fever, while others only had headaches. And, still others had a stuffy nose while some may have had additional symptoms such as a sore throat and fatigue.

Now for those of us clued up, we know this is blindingly obvious. Each person is an individual with an individual immune system status depending on various factors, diet, environment  and how they look after themselves generally etc.

On GlaxoSmithKline’s Pandemrix vaccine

In October 2009, the US National Institutes of Health infectious diseases chief, Anthony Fauci, appeared on YouTube to reassure Americans about the safety of the “swine flu” vaccine. “The track record for serious adverse events is very good. It’s very, very, very rare that you ever see anything that’s associated with the vaccine that’s a serious event,”1 he said.


Another element, adopted by countries such as Canada, the US, UK, France, and Germany, was to provide vaccine manufacturers indemnity from liability for wrongdoing, thereby reducing the risk of a lawsuit stemming from vaccine related injury

Our old fiend, sorry friend, Fauci I see.

Well, he got that wrong didn’t he.

Reducing risk of lawsuit eh? Never mind Mr Pharma, he has just poisoned you and left you maimed, but you can’t sue him as he was only doing his best (Ed’s note: to poison you).

Anyway the government will pay for any damages, the money being kindly donated (Ed’s note: extracted like teeth) by, with or from the taxpayer.

N.B. Ed’s solution; withhold taxes, government has been fraudulent.

On the Pandemrix vaccine.

it says

The Marketing Authorisation from the European Medicines Agency expired in August 2015 when GSK Biologicals did not apply for renewal of it citing lack of demand for the vaccine.

Now I wonder if perhaps people thought that ‘I wasn’t well, it didn’t work so I won’t have it again. Anyway it costs an arm and a leg. My arm and leg are paralysed, have fallen off etc. etc.’

Anyway,  looks like the vaccines caused the spike in cases/injuries. Now where I have I seen that before? Mmm…oh yes, I have said it about the current crop of Nazi vaccines.

And others of course who were much wiser than I was in these matters and have been trying to warn us for decades.

This questions why the Pandemrix vaccine was authorised so quickly.

It asks ‘…why Pandemrix was selected instead of another pandemic vaccination such as Celvapan.’

But Celvapan, made by Baxter, has now been withdrawn.

You can see that Baxter is a company not to be trusted. But then what big pharma company is trustworthy?

And you might like to see this.

‘How not to run an immunisation campaign’ article from the BBC

Deaths from Swine ‘flu

Very low in the UK, 474.

Higher in the USA at 3,433 but not unusual due to much bigger population.

In any event of no great account, statistically speaking.

So Neil, you got that wrong didn’t you? I’m detecting a theme in your working life.

2.4      MERS-CoV – 2013

In 2013, he contributed to research on MERS-CoV during the first MERS outbreak in the Middle East, and its link with dromedary camels.

Here are some numbers.

The source of the virus remains unknown, but the pattern of transmission and virological studies point towards dromedary camels in the Middle East as a reservoir from which humans sporadically become infected through zoonotic transmission.

What a load of bollux.

2, 600 cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) have been detected in 27 countries.

What a fuss about nothing.

WHO calls Middle Eastern virus, MERS, ‘threat to the entire world’ as death toll rises to 27

What a load of bollux. Got that wrong didn’t they. Scare people to death and then enable big pharma to peddle more of its useless, if not harmful drugs.

Well Margaret Chan Fung Fu-chun, OBE, JP, FRCP you are a complete moron aren’t you.  But then you probably made this up to benefit the CCP and its cronies.

In 2010 Chan was criticised for “crying wolf” about the 2009 flu pandemic, which turned out to be much milder than expected.


Anyway Neil, you contributed to this stupidity did you? That figures.

2.5      Ebola – 2014

In 2014, as the director of the UK Medical Research Council’s centre for outbreak analysis and modelling at Imperial, Ferguson provided data analysis for the WHO, on Ebola during the ebola epidemic in Western Africa.[34] In the same year, he co-wrote a paper with Christopher J. M. Whitty and Jeremy Farrar, published in Nature, titled “Infectious disease: Tough choices to reduce Ebola transmission”,[35] explaining the UK government’s response to ebola in Sierra Leone, including the proposal to build and support centres where people could self-isolate voluntarily if they suspected they had the disease.

He co-wrote a paper with Chris Whitty eh? That’s no surprise. Chris ‘my only emotion is dead’ Whitty.

It says at the end of the paper

We hope that in the coming months, safe and effective vaccines will be produced at large enough volumes to stop this outbreak, but thousands are dying now. Qualitative, quantitative and clinical sciences, and the ability to adapt and learn from mistakes, are urgently needed to reduce community transmission.

The ability to learn and adapt from mistakes. Mmm…Albert Einstein said

“Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”

Vaccines are the same thing. They keep using them over, and over and over again, hoping this time they will work. They don’t they never have. You, Chris Whitty and Jeremy Farrar are a triumvirate of morons, evil morons. The damage should be obvious, but you have blithely ignored it.

This is an interesting website.

Worth reading the article through but I extract the following:

Back in 2009, apparently (if you believe Rappoport), it wasn’t H1N1 that was sickening people, and now in 2014 it’s not Ebola that is killing people in West Africa and has infected a handful of people in the US. What is the cause? According to Rappoport, it’s not the virus. Basically, it’s protein-calorie malnutrition, hunger, starvation, extreme poverty, contaminated water supplies, overall lack of basic sanitation, a decade of horrific war, toxic medical drugs, prior toxic vaccine campaigns, and the like that cause destruction of immune systems, leading to:

“Then, any germ that sweeps through the population, a germ that would ordinarily be defeated, instead kills many people. Why? Because the immune system is too weak to respond. With healthy and strong immune systems, the germs would have no significant effect.”

This is, of course, utter BS. Rappoport, as usual, argues by assertion and doesn’t know what he’s talking about. It’s amazing how constant the forms of infectious disease denialism are. Just like HIV/AIDS denialism blamed “lifestyle” and immune compromise due to drugs, anal sex, and “lifestyle,” claiming that AIDS is not caused by HIV, Ebola virus denialism claims that what is being diagnosed as Ebola is in fact not due to Ebola but to “toxins,” malnutrition, and, of course, vaccines.

Me thinks the writer of the article, David Gorski, dost protest too much. With a name like that perhaps he is Jewish, only one of the Jews who say they are but aren’t. See here for more information.

David Gorksi of course sets out good reasons for the Ebola epidemic by quoting Rappoport. Perhaps David is doing us all a service.

All he is doing is scoffing, but provides no evidence, yet the truth behind the vaccine damage, malnutrition etc should be obvious to all.

He says at the end of the article

What’s really depressing is that, at the heart of these conspiracy theories is a belief that public health officials, doctors, governments, the UN and WHO, and pharmaceutical companies are so irredeemably evil that they would willingly start an outbreak of a deadly disease like Ebola in impoverished African nations, but, realizing that no one cares about Africans that much, make sure it spreads to the US to cause a panic, and then let the disease kill many thousands, all in order to create a market for drugs and vaccines. Oh, and those drugs and vaccines are toxic. Truly, the delusional nature of such conspiracy theories is depressing to behold.

No David, you are the deluded one, together with Neil Ferguson et al.

So Ebola infectious disease to be cured by vaccines eh? Got that wrong didn’t you.

2.6      Mosquito-borne diseases

Ferguson’s work has included research on several mosquito-borne diseases including zika fever, yellow fever, dengue fever and malaria.

The Wikipedia article links to this.

It says among other things

The determinants of influenza spatial spread are not fully understood, in part due to the insufficient geographic resolution of incidence data.

In plain English this should read ‘We haven’t got a clue’.

Frankly it’s too much gobbledygook in the text to analysis in full.

But it is all statistics, head in the clouds stuff like Neil means ‘cloud’. They seek to blind the gullible with all their words.

What was it Jesus says, oh yes, “And when you pray, do not babble on like pagans, for they think that by their many words they will be heard.

They presume that people will believe them because they make life complicated and obtuse, i.e. dark and incomprehensible, use many words when a few would do.

Dark and incomprehensible like the dark angel Satan and his minions, which include Neil Fergusson and his like.

Let’s not forget having lots of letters at the end of their name and doctor in front and people fall for it. Every time.

2.6.1  Zika – 2016

In 2016, he co-wrote a paper titled “Countering the Zika epidemic in Latin America”, published in Science. Although disputed by at least one other biostatistician,[38] Ferguson and his team concluded that the age distribution of future outbreaks of zika will likely differ and that a new large epidemic would be delayed for “at least a decade”.[39] Cases of zika dropped after 2016.[38] That year, he predicted that the zika outbreak in the Americas would be over within three years, and clarified that “viruses tend to return when there are enough susceptible people, such as children, to sustain a new outbreak”.

This link is interesting.

But Luciana said it can be hard to trust anything government specialists say.

“They’re pushing this story about the mosquitos because they’re worried about indemnity — they don’t want to have to pay everyone for the damage their vaccines are causing, it would be too expensive to tell the truth. So they say it’s mosquitos causing microcephaly.”


Last week, a group of Argentine doctors issued a report arguing that the larvicide Pyriproxyfen, which is widely dispensed in water tanks in Brazilian homes to fight mosquitos, could be causing microcephaly.

Pyriproxyfen is of course neuro-toxic, containing a nitrogen atom, which is why it will control insects. It will do the same thing in humans of course. Toxins may be at low levels but can accumulate, and the higher up the food change the greater the toxicity will be. This is not rocket science but common sense.

This Wikipedia article is interesting.

George Dimech, the director of Disease Control and Diseases of the Health Department of Pernambuco in Brazil, gave an interview to the BBC where he pointed out that the city of Recife has the current highest reported number of cases of microcephaly, yet pyriproxyfen is not used in the region, but another insecticide altogether.

Ok, so it wasn’t Pyriproxyfen, it was the other insecticide then. Come on Mr Dimech you are being dim. But then it’s in your name isn’t it, Dim-ech. An anagram of his name is He gg mediocre.

I see the article also refers to noted skeptic, David Gorski. “One can’t help but wonder what else the Brazilian Ministry of Health did in 2014 that cranks can blame microcephaly on.”

Of course it says noted skeptic; it should say noted septic. He is a known scoffer, and poisonous septic. An ignorant man at best like Neil Ferguson. At worst, a child of the Devil. I go with the latter now I understand about vaccines unlike these cretins.

And of course I now understand about viruses and how the theory behind them is false. I have written about this elsewhere.

It says Professor McIntyre says the suggestion that Zika virus is caused by the whooping cough vaccine is “absurd”.

“It shows absolutely no knowledge of the science that underlies all this.”

True Peter McIntyre, you have no knowledge of the science that underlies all this, do you.

Or indeed what is in the vaccines. Perhaps you argue that the amounts are so small that poisoning someone with poisons doesn’t matter. This ignores the fact that toxins accumulate.

No doubt they can be removed by the correct antidote, suitable vitamin. But what is the point of poisoning someone in the first place? None at all of course.

Try this Wikipedia link.

There are the usual common side effects. Depressingly familiar, except that I don’t get depressed, I just get angry, very, very angry.

Well, that wasn’t so much about Neil Ferguson, but all the other minion morons like him. Next.

2.6.2  Dengue virus – 2015

Wolbachia is a bacterium frequently found in insects but not in the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries the dengue virus. In 2015, Ferguson published a paper titled “Modeling the impact on virus transmission of Wolbachia-mediated blocking of dengue virus infection of Aedes aegypti”, in which he and his team presented their experiments and used a mathematical model to show that one strain of Wolbachia, could reduce the ability of the Aedes aegypti mosquito to transmit dengue, with a 66–75% reduction in the basic reproduction number.

I struggle to find much to suggest issues as such except some reference to Wolbachia and humans with regards to Elephantiasis, a nasty disease where parts of the body swell to gross proportions.

In the UK this can be known as ‘beer belly’! Just kidding.

However, I found this re curing Elephantiasis.

Albendazole is one of the drugs referred to. I have checked. It contains nitrogen so is neuro-toxic. It is poisonous and pointless at best. Another big pharma lie.

I gather Mectizan, the other drug referred to, is Ivermectin. A useful drug as far as I can tell, and I did a post on it. It is not neuro-toxic as such.

As regards Neil Ferguson and his models, well I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw him. Which is into the lake of fire of Revelation, together with his models.

2.7      COVID-19 – 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Neil Ferguson headed the Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team.[43]

In February 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, using statistical models that considered data on the number of deaths and recoveries inside China, travellers outside China and in those affected that had returned home, Ferguson, Azra Ghani and their team estimated that detected cases of COVID-19 had significantly underestimated the actual spread of the disease in China.[44][45][46][47][48] That month he stated that only 10% of cases were being detected in China.[47] At the same time, it was noted that the number of available testing kits had come into question,[46] and Ferguson calculated that only one in three cases coming into the UK was being detected.[49] He stated “that approximately two-thirds of cases in travellers from China have not yet been detected. It is highly likely that some of these undetected cases will have started chains of transmission within the countries they entered.”[50][51][52] He said that the new coronavirus could affect up to 60% of the UK’s population, in the worst-case scenario,[53] and “suggest(ed) that the impact of the unfolding epidemic may be comparable to the major influenza pandemics of the twentieth century.”[45][54][55] His team’s publication in mid-March of the projections that the UK could face hundreds of thousands of deaths from COVID-19 without strict social distancing measures, gained widespread media attention.[56][57] In late March, he calculated that with “strict social distancing, testing and isolation of infected cases”, deaths in the UK could fall to less than 20,000.[58]

Ferguson’s research has raised questions by virologist Hendrik Streeck. Ferguson is the corresponding author for a paper titled “Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce COVID-19 mortality and healthcare demand”, which describes itself as having “informed policymaking in the UK and other countries in recent weeks”.[59] Streeck stated in reference to the paper “In the – really good – model studies by the Imperial College about the progress of the epidemic, the authors assume, for example, that 50 percent of households in which there is a case do not comply with the voluntary quarantine. Where does such an assumption come from? I think we should establish more facts.”[60] The COVID-19 computer model which Ferguson authored (see CovidSim) was initially criticised as “unreliable” and “a buggy mess,”[61][62] but subsequent efforts to reproduce the results were successful.[63]

Ferguson has been a regular guest on BBC Radio 4’s morning programme Today during the pandemic.

All this is just a load of codswallop. I have made it quite clear what Covid 19 is, the ‘flu, the internal toxicosis of the body. And you cannot catch it or spread it. See my Covid 19 Summary.

And if you want a story to read to the children try this.


2.7.1  Resignation from SAGE

On 5 May 2020, it emerged that Ferguson had resigned from his position as a government advisor on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) committee after admitting to “undermining” the government’s messages on social distancing by trysting with a married woman, Antonia Staats.[64][65][66] The Telegraph reported that she had visited his home at least two times. After resigning, Ferguson said “I acted in the belief that I was immune, having tested positive for coronavirus and completely isolated myself for almost two weeks after developing symptoms”, adding that he regretted undermining “clear messages” about the need for social distancing. The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, said that he was right to resign from his advisory position.[67] Ferguson did not receive a fine or prosecution for his actions, as at the time it was not illegal as he had not left his home;[68] this legal loophole was later closed.[69] It was subsequently revealed that Ferguson had remained a member of the SAGE sub-committee NERVTAG and continued to contribute to the advisory committee SPI-M.

“…trysting with a married woman woman, Antonia Staats.”

What he did do with her is unclear.  This gives some stats about Staats.

I have to say I wonder about such stories. I mean you couldn’t make this up could you? Or is it all made up?

She is left wing, seems to campaign for at least some sensible things like protecting the bees. These are being killed by agro-farming and the many toxins in the environment and sprayed on crops in the name of supposedly protecting us and maintaining crop yields.

She lives in an open marriage. I wonder what her children think about her going off to do something with old Nelly boy Ferguson.

I wonder what chat up line he used this time. ‘Hi there, Staats, great name, I just love stats. Would you like to see my stats and the size of my crystal balls?’

Did they engage in something more than a nice cup of tea (or coffee, she is German, so coffee more likely)?

Did they engage in foot-in-mouth ‘äse dies’? ‘äse dies’, German means ‘eat this’. äse dies is an anagram of disease.

‘Antonia, darling, please eat my foot.’ I’m sure you get the picture. You now have permission to be violently sick.

Please note she is German. There are a lot of Germans about, some of whom are fifth columnists for the medical Nazis. Like Christina Pagel. See my link

And they don’t want us to have left the EU and the German money making ponzi scheme which is why the UK, and other countries who were allies in WW2 are being targeted right now.

I gather a German was behind one of the first recorded Ponzi scheme meeting the modern definition of Ponzi.

This is a 2021 article on the affair by Fiona Fox.

It is right that scientists and evidence are scrutinised. The scientific endeavour is based on testing ideas and self-correction, and external challenges make science better. But calling scientists rude names and encouraging the public not to trust experts who revise their data and correct themselves is anti-science and anti-intellectual.

Well Fiona Fox let me tell you something. If someone has a case history of stupidity going back two decades, calling scientists rude names and encouraging the public not to trust experts who consistently lie and get things wrong is the least one should do.

And when their advice leads to the unnecessary slaughter of animals, suicides by farmers, and the administration of at best pointless vaccines which only serve to make large sums of money for big pharma, I think they get off lightly.

In reality they should be had up in court for crimes against humanity, fraud, murder and genocide. And they should be hung for such gross evils.

By the way, what does Wikipedia say about you?

What a surprise. …a former leading member of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

And a catholic, at least brought up one. Here’s a link from her Wikipedia article.

It says.

A 1995 piece by a writer called ‘Fiona Foster’ – ‘just back’, as the standfirst breezily put it, ‘from a visit to Rwanda’ – epitomises the problem. Foster took an unusual line on the massacres of 1994: she downplayed the genocidal aspect in favour of ‘the role played by outside powers’, and accused ‘aid agencies’ of ‘building prisons’ instead of bringing in food and medical help. Aid agencies, unsurprisingly, objected; Alex de Waal, an expert on Sudan, did some digging and discovered that Foster is really Fiona Fox. Her ‘visit to Rwanda’ took place while she was working in the media relations department for Cafod, the Catholic relief agency.

I don’t think we can trust you either Fiona, can we?

Anyway, is Neil still on SAGE?

Yes, and he is on three committees in total. This link is interesting.

Answer: Yes No. 10 did lie. Or maybe he did quit and they snuck him back on because he is ‘an expert’. An expert liar, expert at breaking his recommended ‘so-called’ rules, certainly. Antonia Staats may think he is expert with his crystal balls, but I wouldn’t know.

But he should not be let anywhere near advising the government, unless it is how to bugger things up, in 100 complex ways.

However, that is not what we employ and pay governments for, is it?

Still, hands up who didn’t check their brains or on the GUIDANCE issued?? So who’s fault is it? WHO’s fault and the communist Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus?

Or are they all in it together? The swamp that is (let the reader understand).

2.8      Awards and honours

Ferguson was appointed an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2002 New Year Honours for his work modelling the 2001 United Kingdom foot-and-mouth outbreak. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (FMedSci) in 2005.[71] He is also an International Member of the US National Academy of Medicine.[11]

He has an OBE does he? This stands for Odious Bastard (Evil) I believe.

In recognition of his policy work on non-pharmaceutical intervention measures to address the COVID-19 pandemic, Ferguson received an Emergent Ventures award and associated grant money from the Mercatus Center.

Mercatus Center is partly funded by Koch family foundation.

This is all fascinating stuff as it places a new perspective on matters. Now I am broadly behind the Great Barrington statement as far as lockdowns don’t work for public health, except of course to stop people polluting the atmosphere etc – see my link Pros…….

But herd immunity is a nonsense – see my link on herd immunity in Covid 19 Summary.

And whilst vaccines mandates are ridiculous, so are vaccines. See my links again.

2.9      Selected publications

See main Neil Fergusson Wikipedia link, but I extract the below from a footnote if you are bored and want to dig deeper. Or get to sleep quicker.

3          Personal life

Ferguson reported on 18 March 2020 that he had developed the symptoms of COVID-19, and self-isolated. He recovered after a mild illness.[58][86] Ferguson is separated from his wife and has one son.

I pity the son who has a father like him. So many sons have fathers like Neil. Jesus talked about the father of lies and a murderer, Satan. Neil is like Satan. He serves Satan obviously.


Neil Morris Ferguson = 18 letters total

Neil Mors Fgun = 12 individual letters plus repeats. 12 is Satan’s, once Lucifer, number.

Top selected ones, single words

Neuroglioses – a condition marked by the development of multiple neurogliomas throughout the nervous system

neuroglioma: a tumor developed from glial cells : GLIOMA

nonreligious – I think we can take that as a given. However, he does have faith in his statistics despite years of failure. The people’s faith in him is very low, yet he is still on SAGE??

This is what The Sun says in its blunt way.

‘The bonking boffin’ it calls him. Very good. I will call him the bonkers bonking boffin, or BBB. How about bonking boffin (crap). Or BBC. Just a thought.

Seminiferous – producing or bearing seed or semen. From

All men do that normally. What fruit will he bear? Bad fruit for sure. The fruit of his labours has been the death of many. Trees like him are only fit for one thing; burning.

Jesus says ‘Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, by their fruit you will recognize them.’

You are recognised Neil Ferguson. There is a lake of fire for such trees as you.

Foreignness – where did he come from originally?

semiologies – to do with sign language. My sign language is two fingers (one in the States).

Sirenomelus – to do with sirens who lured people to their deaths. Do I need to explain further?

Somniferous – sleep inducing. ‘You are feeling sleepy, sleepy, sleepy…right, now we can stick vaccines in them, take their money etc. etc.

Uniformness – always the same, i.e. always the same rubbish statistics, same results – chaos and death.

Eulogiser – praising the EU?!

Felonries – as of a felon or convict. Or con-vict, someone who cons ore deceives.

Innersole – Mmm… more like ‘R’ sole (let him who has ears to hear, let him hear).

Unfeeling – if he ever cared he would have given up years ago.

Generous – excuse me while I laugh out loud. Still, generous with his advice no doubt. Bad advice, but generous to a fault. The fault being he is always completely wrong.

Sneering – well, Neil may not be recorded as doing so but the ******* police are taking the ****. Now I knew they hadn’t at the time, but what hypocrisy. The police have become a majority of useless wands of bankers. I think I misspelled that.

Feigner – one who feigns or pretends.

Fouling – foul fiend

Ignores – ignores the blindingly obvious he is incompetent.

Inferno – where he is going.

Engels – developed Marxism with Karl Marx, a marx (sic) of the beast.

Grief’s – obvious

Refuse – crap

Senile – might as well be, early onset in his twenties I reckon.

Sinful – who’d had though it, eh?

Uglier – than sin maybe?

Euros – the wages of sin for his lies from his EU masters

Frogs – the French are his masters?

Lenin – Lenin is his master??

Ogler – of women in general or just his mattress (sic)?

Ogres – green and horrible.

Rogue – quite

Ruins – everything

Urine – taking the urine if you follow me.

Fogs – obscures the truth

Nero – fiddled while Rome burned. In this case the UK.

Moron – at least 10,000 short phrases with moron!!!!

Minion – 9008 short phrases!!!

Soros – as in George!

Rome – the religious beast. At least 10,000 short phrases with Rome!!!!

Top selected ones, full phrases

Rome eg Nero sinful – he most certainly was. They say when in Rome do as the Romans do. Do they refer to what some Roman Catholic priests get up to in secret? Just sayin’.

Rome Nero flu seing – now seing is not quite seeing as in looking, but Google translate tells me it is French for seal, or signature. Interesting. Seals of Revelation opened…

Rome flu ego sinner – quite.

Rome ignores flu EN – possibly as the EU standard numbering. This has taken over from the BS or British Standard as the Germans have been trying to take away our standards in their quest for world domination.

Rome flu reine snog – reine as in queen perhaps from the French. Snogging or kissing the flu queen from Rome. Disgusting I call that.

Rome Ernie flu snog – or kissing the Ernie flu. Yuck!

Rome Irene flu snog – or kissing the Irene flu. Irene means ‘peace’. Peace, peace. But there is no peace.

Rome flu Neros rising – lots of Neros then

Rome infringer souls – wow!

Moron firer ugliness – indeed.

Moron fissuring leer – of course.

Moron erl figures sin – ERL could be European Requirements List.

The sub-link Medicinal products for human use opens a page access denied.

Why for goodness sake?? What are they hiding? Somebody want to ask them, please. In triplicate, they might like that.

Moron figures lie RNS – could mean various things but I like this one. Rabid Neurosis. From

Minion flu regressor – everything going backwards from bad to worse.


1. To return to a previous, usually worse or less developed state: When I left the country, my ability to speak the language regressed.

2. To have a tendency to approach or go back to a statistical mean.

3. To move backward or away from a reference point; recede:

In other words, think of want you want to do (stuff the economies of your enemies, maim and kill people, make lots of money, close small business, expand monopoly businesses etc), and then come up with the statistics to justify it.

Minion forger Russel – well Russel needs one more ‘L’ to make it Russell and therefore part of Russell Group, the alleged top 24 universities in the UK.

But perhaps a Russ-el is a Russian angel, a dark angel, a Marxist communist angel who has infiltrated and corrupted the universities in this once fine country.

Correct, go to the top of the class. But then as I say, the Marxist/communists all came out of Germany in the first place along with the Nazis. What a surprise, not!

Minion forgers rules – obviously.

Minion rulers gofers – Neil is the gofer for the rulers of this world, the evil ones.

Minion Egor serf slur – that will do nicely. Note meaning of Egor

Yew, bow army – think man on a white horse of Revelation, the first Horse of the Apocalypse. He opened the first phase of Covid 19.

And yews are poisonous, very poisonous.

Minion Erl forge USSR – Erl place in Austria. The USSR a problem too.

Hitler came from Austria. Mmm…

Minion Erl forgers US – and a lot of Nazis went to the US. There are a lot of people with German heritage in the US. but there are good and bad in every family. But the Germans do love following the rules.

‘Let us (or US) all march to our doom, it is the will of god, Biden*, Harris*, Pelosi* etc, etc.! NB. * Strike out that which does not apply. Or leave them all in, whatever.

Minion Erl frogs ruse – frogs and the French. Big sigh. Why I am I not surprised?

Minion Erse frog slur – Gaelic language of the Irish and Scots. They are in the scam too then?

Alternatively, an ‘erse (sic) to carry the dead away from the results of the poisonous vaccines. But that might be flogging a dead ‘erse!!!

Minion Eur errs flogs – the EU once more I suppose.

Soros firm leering UN – enough said I hope

Soros fm leering ruin – enough said I hope

Soros germ I inner flu – amazing!

Nero glorifiers muns – muns might well be Model United Nations.

I have had a quick look. Not sure I like the sound of it when you start to think about it. See what you think.

Nero filmgoer’s ruins – cinemas shut down in lockdown. People were very stupid, honestly, shutting down over the ‘flu. Sheesh!

Nero flouring misers – well, they’re struggling to get the grain from the Ukraine (rhymes nicely don’t yer think?) at the moment.

Nero sir fluorine msg  – my message about fluorine is that it is highly toxic. I wrote about fluoride in the water.

Neil Ferguson, as someone aptly said, the Astrologer Royal, is poisonous, toxic. There are sadly many other though. Eliminate the toxic please

Nero Fri misrule snog – was his tryst with Antonia on a Friday?

Nero Fri mogul sirens – was Friday the day he gave his warnings?

Religion from nurses – worship the NHS

Religion fens rumors – rumours of (false) religion in the ‘swamp’.

Religion former suns – satanic worship of former ‘suns’, really sons of God, the fallen angels.

Religion Nero smurfs – I just thought this was funny, so I included it. Mind you do people turn blue when denied oxygen with pneumonia? Yes, it’s ‘cyanosis’, cyan as in blue.

That is not funny at all.

Religion rum Eros NFS –NFS stands for lots of relevant things I think.

Religion rum Eros NSF – NFS (slightly different) stands for lots of relevant things I think.

Anyway, either way it reminds me of the harlot of Revelation sitting on the beast, the red dragon. Drinking her immoralities and drunk with blood of the saints etc.

Now let’s try Antonia Staats out of interest.

Antonia Staats

Here are three examples

A nato Satanist

A Satan station

I Satan to Satan

Well, what more can I say. She is clearly satanic!!!

One more.

AAAS snot titan – and a titan to boot!!! As regards AAAS this is American Association for the Advancement of Science.

It has some issues.!

Let’s move on to the statistics


According to the following publication, Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, using the latest data available for w/e 1st January 2021 (week 53) there have been 614,114 deaths registered in England and Wales in 2020.


Deaths as a line graph.

It can be seen that all-cause deaths have been generally rising since 2010. Where they drop in one year, they are followed by a rise in deaths. In 2020 these were up again to 608,002

Check here if you wish,

This Neil Ferguson was aware of (not the year end deaths of course – crystal balls not withstanding). Thus when he advised the government to lockdown he was aware in general that annual deaths would rise anyway, but those who were unaware of trends, the great masses of the people would not realise this and think this was a sign of impending doom.

In the years that deaths rose, weeks 13-14, 1st week in April show a large increase in weekly deaths as lockdown bites.

YearWeek 13Week 14difference

Deaths were below average in winter of 2020. Chart generated from ONS data.

So we have the obvious conclusion that on average deaths would rise in April. They were starting to rise at the end of March (week 13).

Lockdown an unsuspecting public and as deaths rise on a largely ignorant public, it appears that there is something dire going on.

Well, no, just the usual death rates, but this time exacerbated by the frustrations of people being frustrated from doing anything sensible like being in the lovely sunshine that we had.

Except for those who realised it was all a load of cobblers, a load of crap, of course.

Also exacerbated by the lockdown of care homes. I said this early on when I set up my site in 2020. People lied, people died.

And who knows what really went on in the care homes. I haven’t looked in detail, but I have seen various reports in some countries of the elderly and confused residents basically abandoned and separated from loved ones and friends, if they had them.

No doubt many gave up hope, having been hanging on to life, waiting for the spring, only to have their hopes dashed.

So who is to blame?

Neil Ferguson for his corrupt interpretation of statistics.

The government for believing him despite his appalling track record and then telling lies.

The care home owners for not looking after the vulnerable elderly in their care.

The police service which has been an ignorant police force and farce, forcing people to do things they should never have stopped doing as it was always perfectly legal. Whether what people stopped doing was sensible is another matter. Sometimes it was, sometime it wasn’t.

The NHS which I and many others now realise is a complete waste of money, shutting down basic care and treatment for the annual ‘flu made out to be a monster.

Grossly ignorant doctors who should have understood that diseases are not communicable, but individual to each person.

But what about the general public who didn’t stop to think and double check that something was wrong. I did and I was struggling with my health.

People forgot to love and as is written ‘the love of many will grow cold’ and it did. Over essentially what was a cold or ‘flu.

If you are not one of those, well done. If you are one of those who cowered away, thinking, if you were thinking at all, that you had to obey the whims and fancies of government (which in reality is your servant, your public servant, not your master), then you are a complete cretin.

And as to those who called themselves Christians and acted like this, you are despicable. You knew the law of love, to love your neighbour as yourself but you did not do it. You have been weighed in the balance and found wanting.

Summary and recommendations

Neil Ferguson is a moron, a minion and a murderer. He has consistently got it wrong for a couple of decades. Why was he ever employed in the first place?

Why has he not been tried, his assets taken, and then thrown into prison for life with no parole?

Alternatively, why is he not given lots of vaccines to see if they really do work? He thinks they do. This can be done in prison.

What more do you want to deal with this Nazi piece of work. Mmm… you want to make sure he gives you the names of those he works for? Well, we know that anyway, but yes, why not. Every little helps you know.

I will do a follow up post with some additional points.

Oh, before I forget, he is a false prophet isn’t he? And where do false prophets go to in the Book of Revelation?

Answers on a post card to your friendly, or not so friendly, neighbourhood government. It is your servant, not your master, so give them hell (which is light, but I’ve told you that elsewhere). Expose the dark deeds.

Turn up the heat until they do something about Neil Ferguson.

P.S. If you want to see more about statistics and haven’t seen it already, I suggest going to my Covid 19 summary and finding the sub link. Otherwise it is in Le Café on the World Menu not too far from the top.

And again, here’s the link to my story. You might recognise some characters.

The Emperor’s New Cows

The Falklands War: 2nd April to 20th June 1982

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

27th June 2022

Updated 29th June further links.

This took place 40 years ago so rather interesting given that I have noted that WW2 took place 80 years ago and the American Civil War (ACW) took place 160 years ago. So double the time, then double again.

Or perhaps as I noted WW2 first (80 years) then the ACW (160 years) and finally the Falklands War (40 years) ago, that might be time, times and half a time…..Mmm…..very interesting.

Anyway, I am here to look at the Falklands and the war against Argentina who invaded the islands.

I had thought I might do some general background on the islands and the history but others have done things and for the time being I don’t see the point. This Wikipedia link gives useful information if you need it.

As with other battles/wars I have covered so far, I will do my usual play on words and unusual humorous approach. I will probably not include text from the Wikipedia page except where I think it will be particularly useful. I hope therefore you won’t get completely lost in the tangled web of words I weave.

I have decided to use extensive footnotes that you can refer to as required to clarify the persons and places alluded to, although it won’t be slick like Wikipedia I am sorry to say. I won’t  number them yet, but may try and do it later after posting.

Please note I do not intend any disrespect to those who died or fought, merely to show the absurdity of war, how mad things can be, even if it is only how one can use language. After all, it is propaganda and morale that count most to win battles and wars, especially wars of words.

This link forms the basis of my article.

My article may bear some resemblance to the truth but you will need to double check as always. Don’t blame me if you don’t.

1          Prelude

1.1      Failed diplomacy

It all started with a lot of argy-bargy about the Falk Land islands which the Argies or Argy-bargees said were theirs and the islanders saying ‘Oh not their not!’

To which the Argies replied ‘Oh yes they are!’ or I believe ‘Oh si ellas son!’ in Span-ish, the language of the Argentine. This went on for a while.

The Foreign Office in the UK thought the islands were a pain and would have happily seeded them (what type of seeds is not specified).

I should mention that the Falk Lands were called that because they were discovered by Peter Falk who came from Columbo in Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon.

In 1980 a knickerless Ridley (no relation to Arnold Ridley of Dad’s Army fame I believe) tried to sell the islanders the idea of a leashback. This was not welcomed as the Bright-ish had a strong sovereignty claim and anyway the islanders wanted to stay Bright-ish and not be dumbed down by being Argy.

Or indeed be tied to Argentina with a leash.

Apparently, Mr Ridley said if we don’t do something they will invade and there would be nothing the Bright-ish could do if they did.

Understandable perhaps, but underestimated the Royal Navy and the capacity of the Bright-ish to be, well bright.

1.2      The Argentine junta

In Argentina there was a junta, pronounced something like hunda or Honda. So either like a German dog (a hund) or a Japanese car then.

The junta, hunda or Honda had a general leopard Guilty-hairy, a hair bridge-a-dear Basil-Low Lamby Dozy and an admirable Georgy Annoyer. The last mentioned was the driving force behind the Argies decision to invade, i.e. he was the driver of the Honda.

They wanted to mobilise the Argies people’s Pat Riot Feelings, whoever he was, and divert attention from the chronic economic problems and human rights violations.

So similar today with José Bideniosodimos (sic) in the USA with the Russia/Ukraine situation.

Or Justine Turdos in Canada.

Or Boris ‘Karloff’ Johnson & Johnson in the UK.

Or Emmanuelle ‘Oh God, is he still with us?’ Machronicos in France.

Anyway, it all kicked off with an ‘invasion’ of South Georgia by some Argy Crap Metal merchants (Crap Metal is a form of Heavy Metal music, but crap of course) who had been infiltrated by some marines. The Crap Metal guys were too stoned to notice.

By the way, South Georgia is not part of the state of Georgia, despite what many people in the USA probably think. Many citizens in the USA think nothing much exists outside their country. There is also a Georgia in the Caucasus, south-eastern Europe.

And this has nothing to do with the caucus in Georgia, state of, please note.

South Georgia is on the map earlier. If anyone in the States wants to know where the state of Georgia is they must also look on another map.

The date of the ‘invasion’ was the 19th March. A covert opera-shun known as Covert 19. A similar thing happened around this date 38 years later called something quite like that, but I don’t recall exactly at the moment.

If anybody is mad enough to want to listen to some Crap Metal music here is a link.

Yes, well, completely crap that was.

2          Argentine invasion

The Argies just barged into the Falk Lands without a ‘by your leave’ as bullies usually do.

This was met by a robust defence by some Royal Marines led by a Mike Norman. Well, I may not have Norman blood in me but he was a Michael so a good man with a good name (I may be biased, although my birth name is not Michael). The Marines were supported by some Falk Land islanders.

The Argies landed some Ann Fibbious Come-and-dos. Ann Fibbious was well known for her awful lies or fibs so reports of only a few casualties on the Argies side were made up.

The Come-and-dos were led by a left-ten-ant come-on-dear Guillemot Sandwiches-Sabotrots or G.S.S. The S.S. may be significant given that many Nazis fled to Argentina after World War Two.

The Come-and-dos successfully attacked an empty Moody Baraks, possibly related to Barak O’Barmy in the USA.

Eventually they attacked the government house belonging to Stanley and lived in by the de facto ‘king’ of the islands, a Sir Rex Hunt. Rex is ‘king in Latin of course. As he didn’t want people’s lives to be wrexed (sic), let alone the house, he Sir-rendered, as sirs will do if necessary to avoid unnecessary bloodshed.

2.1      Initial British response

Prior to the invasion the Bright-ish mini stars being reasonably bright decided to send a ‘thought’ called Austin to support the End-your-rants already telling the Argies to stop ranting and to, in navel terms, bugger off back home before we come and biff you one.

No doubt they may have been more diplomatic than that.

Anyway, a new clear Spartan submarine was also sent which was simple and severe, together with a splendid submarine which was simply splendid or spiffing as the Bright-ish were used to saying.

Another submarine which was even better, or superb, went from the altar of G.I. bra where it was enjoying itself. But it wasn’t really going to the Falk Lands as the weather down there wasn’t nearly as great.

But it was useful to pretend it was as this helped put the wind up the Argies.

The next day there was a cry sis meeting headed by the prime mini star Maggie the Thatcher (also known as the ‘Maggie’) who said the invasion was the last straw which she needed to complete the roof she was working on.

An admirable Leech said that Bright-Ann (where the Bright-ish lived) could and should send a task farce to the islands if invaded. On the 1st April he sent orders to a Royal Navel farce which was carrying out excises in the middle of the rainy Ian to prepare to sail south. This was no April Fool of course.

Following the invasion on the 2nd April and after the mini stars looked at a cabinet approval was given for a task farce to retake the islands. This was supported by Ann Emergency who was sitting in a house not far from where the cabinet was.

News of the invasion first reached the UK via an Argy sauce. A BBC journalist called Lorry My-Goal- is (whose ambition was presumably to own a lorry), confirmed with Ann Islander that the Argies farces had taken control of the islands.

The military operations in the Falk Lands War were given the code name opera-shun Cor-poo-rat as the Argy rats had invaded and needed expelling as they were putting poo all over the place. The Come on dear of the Bright-ish farce was to be an admirable surgeon Fieldmouse.

On the 6th April the Bright-ish government (when Bright-ish governments were still reasonably bright) set up a whore cabinet to help prostitute the whore. Apparently the Maggie dominated the whore cabinet (like a dominatrix) but did not ignore the opposition or fail consult others.

Once a decision was reached, she did not look back. Reminding one of the proverbs of not looking back if you are ploughing in a field as your furrows will wobble.

2.2      United Nations Security Council Resolution 502

On the 31st March , the Argies ham-bass-a-door to the UN, an Edward Rocker, attempted to garner support against a Bright-ish Millie Terry Bill Dupp whoever he was. This was to try and thwart earlier UN resolutions which called on both countries to resolve the conflict via discussion.

On the night of the invasion Mr Rocker held a blanket at his house for the US ham-bass-a-door to the UN, a Gene Curt-Pat-Rick and high officials in the US to try and open the door to influencing them against the UK. Understandably, the Bright-ish Di-Plough-Matts were suspicious of Pat Rick.

At the time ‘She was known for the “Kirkpatrick Doctrine”, which advocated supporting authoritarian regimes around the world if they went along with Washington’s aims. She believed that they could be led into democracy by example. She wrote, “traditional authoritarian governments are less repressive than revolutionary autocracies.”’


This seems naïve in reality. They are both as bad/good as each other. After all, they do produce a stability of sorts, but ultimately are ungodly and are oppressive, rule based, with limited flexibility.

And don’t forget the Nazis and Marxists/communists all came out of Germany.

On the 1st April the Don of Lon told the UK ham-bass-a-door to the UN who was also a Parsons (or Parsons unknown), that an invasion was imminent  and he should call an Ur gent (a man from Ur of the Chaldees) to a meeting of the Security Council to get a favourable resolution against Argentina.

The parson had to get nein affirmative votes, i.e. ‘yes’ votes from the 15 council members and to avoid a blocking vote from the other four permanent members.

Following the meeting a re-solution 502 was adopted (as it was all on its own having lost its parents) by 10-1, or 12.50pm. This meant the meeting took about 1 hour 50 minutes as it started at 11a.m New York time.

Pan-a-ma voted against as she had lost her hat, let alone her marbles.

I gather Russia and China abstained as someone might have asked awkward questions about Afghanistan and Tibet.

The re-solution stated 5 things that the council was;

    1. Deeply disturbed at reports of an invasion on 2 April 1982 by armed forces of Argentina – they hadn’t been there themselves so they could be sure it had really happened of course.

      Unlike today in Russia/Ukraine where a majority in the west assume everything is happening as the West’s MSM is reporting;

    2. Determining that there exists a breach of the peas in the region of the Falk Land Islands (Isla’s Mal Vinas), i.e the Argies were taking the peas (sic);

    3. Demands an immediate cessation of host utilities;

    4. Demands an immediate with drawal of all Argy farces from the Falk Land Islands (Isla’s Mal Vinas), i.e. get their draws or pants out of there pronto or face a good kicking in the pants (or draws);

    5. Calls on the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom to seek a diplomatic solution to their different fences and to respect fully the purposes and principles of the carter of the U-knitted Nations, i.e. what they already being trying to do for decades.

Please note that the carter of the United Nations is abbreviated CUN, in other words defining what states cun do. Or cunt do. The Argies were being told in effect you cunt do this. Or something like that.

I believe cun do and cunt do are Esperanto for can and can’t do by the way.

Anyway, this was a significant Wynn for the UK (Wynn is a fine upstanding Welshman I know). The Parson who was not daft had submitted a draft re-solution, avoiding any reference to the dispute over the sovereign tea (Argentina liked coffee, the Bright-ish liked tea).

Instead it focused on the Argies breach of Chapter VII of the UN carter which forbids the use of farce to settle disputes. The Bright-ish could then have some exercise on the islands and get them back by Milly Terry means or any other ladies who fancied the challenge.

2.3      Argentine occupation

The Argies had marked the ears of a unit of 1,000 conned scripts who had been specially selected (yeah, yeah, tell us another one) to represent all Reg Ians of Argentina. They were flown into Stanley’s hairport as soon as the runaway had been cleared of dead hares (sic).

Once it was obvious the Bright-ish were sending their own Ann Fibbious farce, more tropes were sent, meaning Gary’s sons on the island were about 13, 000. He had a lot of sons did Gary.

A bridge-a-dear general Mary-ho Ben-jamming Men-end-Des was appointed by the Milly Terry to be the guvnor of the Mal-viners, which is what the Argies called the Falk Lands.

During the conflict, the population were not generally abused. However, the Argies M.P.’s (Milly Terry’s Police, not members of parliament) arrived with detailed files on many islanders…….excuse me while I am sensible for a bit.

WTF! (What’s Those Files?). What pray had the Argies being doing?? They had clearly been planning the invasion for some time and spying on people. Excuse my language, but what Nazi little buggers they were (bugging people’s conversations/correspondence no doubt).

These files allowed a major Patricia Dow Ling (probably of Chinese extraction) to arrest and interrogate islanders who might lead opposition to the invasion.

Some were expelled but this was counter-productive as they were able to tell the UK what was going on.

I gather the population of Goose Green were detained in the village hall in squalid conditions. If anyone has seen the mess geese can leave you will understand the problem. Similar detentions were given in other out lying settlements. These allegedly included writing 100 lines saying ‘I will not tell the truth about the Argies invasion’. 

In one case an islander died because his medication was denied him. Not unlike in the first lockdown in the UK when people were denied access to care homes and excess deaths were around 30,000. What really happened, eh?

In the closing moments of the war, it is reported that some tropes placed booby traps in civilian homes (presumably to catch the tits referred to later in section 3.), put crap on walls (remember it was opera-shun Cor-poo-rat’s role to remove the poo of the rats), destroyed property and committed Orson (Welles and others) on Holmes (Sherlock and others).

There is a photo in the Wikipedia article where the words ‘Inglese puto’ which the article says ‘…is an insult against people considered weak, unmasculine and contemptible.’ The article writer is being coy

Put the text into Google Translate (Spanish to English) and see what it comes up with.

Some Argy officers were accused of torch-uring their own tropes. Food parcels sent by families were stolen, tropes starved, and punished for minor misdeeds by being steaked (Argentina is known for its beef) to the ground and lie in pools of water for hours. Many were reported to have died of mistreatment by those officers responsible for them.

Some patients in hospitals have been left like that apparently.

And not dissimilar to the stupidity of some care homes that still lockdown the elderly in their care. This is mental abuse pure and simple, Covid 19 is the ‘flu and they are not vulnerable to it, but they will suffer if this cretinous stupidity continues.

It is, was and always will be guidance from the government, so kick these care home owners good and hard from me please. And then bring them to justice for their evil practices.

As for the hospitals, watch this space.

2.4      Shuttle diplomacy

On the 8th April, an SoS was sent in the form of a Haig (a type of Whisky) from the USA arrived in Lon Don on a shuttle from the president Ronald Ray-Gun, to break a peas deal.

He then went to Ben-hos-Hairies the capital of Argentina. There he was met by the Honda and Nick-can-or Costa Lot-to-mend-it. Haig was treated coolly (whisky on ice) and told that the Argies sovereignty was a pre-condition. In other words, they weren’t interested in talking.

He went back to Lon Don and found the Bright-ish cabinet in no mood to compromise, i.e. they did not wish to dilute their whisky.

Apparently, general Guilty-hairy was going to make a concession to the Haig (remove the ice in it), but this was cancelled. The Ray-Gun administration then said on the 30th April they would support the UK, with ray guns etc.

3          British task force

The bright-ish government had no contingency plan to invade the islands. As the islands belonged to the UK this is a bit odd to expect a plan for the UK to invade its own land.

After all, an Englishman’s home is his castle, and one doesn’t expect Johnny Foreigner to try and barge in without an invite, don’t yer know.

Anyhow, needs must, so they assembled whatever was to hand and had a good name. So they had a new clear submarine called Conqueror, a couple of haircraft carriers, the Invincible (which couldn’t be conquered) and the Her me’s, a sort of version of the #her-me’stoo movement.

Then there was the SS Canned bra to deal with the tits who had invaded the islands (it is quite cold down there in the southern hemisphere so these were probably blue tits).

The SS tag was to confuse the Argies who had a number of ex-Nazi SS officers in the nation.

Queen Elizabeth was also requisitioned; I do hope they asked her first. And I do hope they made provision for the Royal Wee.

The retaking of the islands was considered extremely difficult. A her-man said that the US Navy thought it a Milly Terry impossibility. Got that wrong then.

The Bright-ish were limited by the amount of hair cover. I know the feeling; I have my bald patch. However, they did have 42 haircraft, so as this is the ultimate answer to the ultimate question, obviously 42 were going to be sufficient. The Hitchhiker’s Guide had been written by then, so it should have been clear.

The haircraft were Hairyers so most suitable for Haircraft operations. The Argies had 122 haircraft.

However, the Bright-ish lacked AEW, i.e. a ew, or ewe, an early warning sheep.

By mid-April, the the Royal Hair Farce had set up a hairbase on Ascension Island where Jesus allegedly ascended. Whilst He could walk on water, the island is in the middle of the Atlantic and it seems an awfully long way to go just to be taken into heaven, so I discount this theory.

The base had a large force of Vulcan bummers who were visiting, having been on a star trek. They were also some handy page Victors for re-fooling and some Dug Less phantoms which you couldn’t always see, but were there nevertheless.

N counters began in April. The Bright-ish task farce was shadowed by 707 boing haircraft which is a lot of planes.

The boings were not attacked because they kept bouncing up and down and were difficult to hit. On the 23rd April a DC 10 (possibly from Washington DC) was intercepted by Bright-ish hairyers who visually identified the civilian plane.

It is reported they said “Ooh, look, there’s a civilian plane, I can tick that off my bucket list”.

3.1      Recapture of South Georgia and the attack on Santa Fe

South Georgia is not part of the state of Georgia, despite what many people in the USA probably think. Many citizens in the USA think nothing much exists outside their country. There is also a Georgia in the Caucasus, south-eastern Europe.

And this has nothing to do with the caucus in Georgia, state of, please note.

South Georgia is on the map earlier. If anyone in the States wants to know where the state of Georgia is they must also look on another map.

Anyway, there was Opera-shun Paraquat or possibly Parakeet designed to take out the Argy-bargees who had taken the island. By the way paraquat is neuro-toxic as it contains nitrogen in its molecular formula which is why it is such a problem to people and animals.

And therefore should not be used, period. Or full stop.

The force to take back the island was under the command of a major guy,  a great guy that is, called Sherry Dan RM. Rather odd to have initials after your name, but never mind. Or indeed a first name Sherry. Sounds more like a girl’s name like Sherry Bliar, Toe-knee Bliar’s wife.

The force he commanded was some Marines from 42 come-and-do. There you are, 42 again. Do think up a suitable question to go with this answer.

They needed a Special Air Service to get there as well as a Special Boat Service. This was because the island is a long way from the Falklands, and they couldn’t make up their minds whether to fly or go by ship.

However, they decided to go on the next RFA spring tide. Part of the force included a Church-hill sub-marine as sending in the Christians first seemed like a good idea. They could spy out the land like the selected Israelites who went into the Promised Land to see what was going on before the invasion by the main Israelite force.

The island was over-flown by a handy page Victor haircraft which happened to be handy, i.e. available.

The S ‘a’ S and the S ‘b’ S tropes got onto the landing on the 21st April, but a Miss Ion on the Four Tuna glazier had to be drawn again after two of Ellie’s copters crashed in the high winds in the bog. I know the problems of wind in the bog all too well.

On the 23rd April an alert sub marine was sounded and opera-shuns shunned. The spring tide receded to deeper water as spring tides do. However, on the 24th April the Bright-ish farces re-groped through the bog or fog and headed in to a tack.

On the 25th April, the fey Santa was spotted on the surface by a West Land  Wes sex, which has a Mark 3 Ellie’s copter, from Ann Trim, a neat lady. The West Land Wessex attacked Santa with depth charges, i.e. he was charged with multiple crimes, including deceiving the masses at Christ-mass.

Ply-mouth, a multi-layer mouth sent a Mark 1 wasp for its lunch whilst someone brilliant sent a Mark 3 wildcat or Lynx.

The lynx threw its lunch, a torpedo, and stray fed Santa with its pintail. This was a case of pinning the tail on Santa, not the donkey. The Wes sex also attacked Santa with its GP. Nice to know GP’s have their uses, although sadly my local surgery’s variety not much good at dealing with diseases.

The wasp from the ply-mouth was joined by two other wasps for some stinging remarks about Santa’s costume, and scored some hits leaving their mark. All these marks, including mark 1, 2 & 3 were to become known as the marks of the best of course.

Santa was so affected by these marks that he was considered ‘sleigh-n’ (sic) and had be abandoned at the King Edward point where the potatoes were grown on Georgia (south).

As the spring tide had now receded far out to sea, and the Argies augmented by the Santa’s crew, Sherry Dan decided to gather the 76 men he had make a direct ass halt. After a short March (although it was now April), and a demon station by two navels (the belly dance), the Argy-bargees, a total of 190 men surrendered.

The navel force sent a massage to the Queen saying in essence that the white N-sign (this was not considered racist in those days) flies alongside the onion jack in South Georgia.

The prime mini ster, Maggie the Thatcher, broke the news. Once it was repaired, she told the me-dear “Just re-Joyce at the nudes and congratulate our farces and the marines!”

Or something like that.

Which shows it’s a great idea to send the marines which Tom Lehrer sung about.

Sadly, the USA has done this for years. These words are relevant.

For might makes right,

And till they’ve seen the light,

They’ve got to be protected,

All their rights respected,

Till somebody we like can be elected.

3.2      Black Buck raids

These started on the 1st May (no relation to Theresa) and involved a Vulcan called Spock. It had been speculated that the intervention of Spock could attack the runaway Stanley. Dropping some bombs to speckle the runaway with holes would reduce the capacity of the runaway to have hair craft use it.

In other words create bald patches on the runaway.

It certainly was a bald move, and involved a round trip journey of 8, 000 naught-tickle miles, despite the fact it was a ticklish exercise to carry out.

Spock ‘flu (said to be a pre-curser of Covid 19 which Spock said was logical) all the way and required re-fooling by victors who had won previous battles.

Apparently they had all been up K-2, a mountain in the Himalayas. Personally, I think it has more to do with the vitamin that goes well with vitamin D-3 to reduce the risk of furring the arteries, but that is just my opinion.

Although the Wikipedia link says that there were 5 raids, in fact there were 7 attempts.

3.3      Escalation of the air war

The Falk Lands had three hairfields where hair could be done. The biggest was owned by a Stanley who went looking for a Living Stone in daftest Africa I believe.

However, the hair field was too short to support fast gits. Therefore the Argy-bargees had to lunch with Major Strikes on the main land. This made their picnic hampers difficult to organise, let alone their wombat hair patrols and close hair support, i.e. they found it difficult to comb the hairy-yah.

Incoming Argy haircraft couldn’t loiter for long as otherwise they would get home loiter than was desirable. They were often compelled to attack the first target of opportunity rather than the most lucrative, which normally meant attacking a dead sheep. Quite baa-me of course.

The first Major Strike of the Argy’s was some sky hooks, some daggers, some English electric canned bras (the mind boggles) and some mirages which turned out to be just that.

Only the daggers found some ships firing at the fences near the islands.

Some C Hairyers and some mirages had a fight. But they refused to fight at the others best attitude. Then two mirages appeared and one was shot down by a side ‘winder’, a window on the side, whilst the other escaped but was damaged and made for Stanley.

This fell into the fire of the Argy-bargees so that was the end of that.

As a result of this experience, the Argy’s Hair Force stuff decided to only send skyhooks and daggers with their teams on strike. The canned bras were only to be used at night (the mind still boggles at this), and the mirages used as decoys. Seeing as mirages don’t exist in reality, this makes sense.

 They also decided to form up a squat Ron Phoenix, which would fly 24/7 to stimulate strikes. One of these a leering jet was shot down, killing the squat Ron in control, a commode of vice, God awful Della Colin. Roughly translated this means ‘King of the Hill’.

This is allegedly what he looked like. Can’t see it myself.

Stanley was used as a strong point, poor chap. Despite raids on him and some overnight shelling which drove him nuts as his shells were removed, he was never out of the action.

Anyway he had Sam Roland and Sam ‘Tiger’ Cat to defend him, together with some canons from the Roman Catholic Church. These were the Law family.

Hercules also came along to lend a hand.

I gather that there was more than one Hercules (understood to be Hercules Pilate) who got lost when he saw a hairyer when looking for the Bright-ish fleet and after Neptune got tired and unreliable.

Apparently, the Bright-ish looked at attacking the Rio Grand  ‘A’ with a light opera-shun called the Mick-Ado, but this was discounted, by how much we don’t know. Buy One Get One Free perhaps.

Anyway, they hoped the Argies would just BOG OFF.

3.4      Sinking of ARA General Belgrano

On 30 April, the British government had brought into force a 200 nought tickle mile erogenous zone, where no tickling was allowed in case someone’s fancy was tickled I suppose.

The admirable Annoyer had given his whore ships three tasks.

The first was to protect the haircraft carrier Vein-tick-in-co de Mayo (a type of salad dressing) and two old Miss Aisled Ahmed des-Troyers from Troyes in France.

The second was to protect three Mod Urns, a type of frig Gates. I gather some people nowadays are saying frig Gates for some reason. I thought frig was like fridge, but I gather that’s not the case. I don’t get out much.

The third was an old light bruiser from WW2, a veteran, called generally Belle Gran-O. She was old, hence gran, short for grandmother, but beautiful apparently. Her large buns (ehem) and heavy amor (she was very amorous) made her a serious threat, a distraction to all the men it the Bright-ish forces.

She had two young escorts, a type of 42 please note, armed with avocet Miss Isles. She was an accompanying ‘bird’ or female.

Now on the first of May, the Bright-ish new clear powered submarine HMS Conqueror found the Belle Gran-O and her escorts and followed it until it was just outside the erogenous zone.

The admirable Wouldwood was aware of the carrier group from the other direction and ordered the bruiser be attacked in case he got pinched. However, he didn’t know that the carrier Vein-tick-in-co de Mayo did not have enough wind for lunch. Should have tried vol-au-vents then, as this means in essence ‘Fly in winds’.

The order to sink the Belle Gran-O was confirmed by the whore cabinet in London and the Belle Gran-O was hit by two torpedoes which sunk her.

I gather some Latin American countries were critical but that is just typical, the usual hypocrisy. There have been consistent problems with the politics of these countries over the years.

Despite the criticism, it eliminated the naval threat as the Argy-bargees returned to port (i.e. the left) and did not leave port again during the fighting.

The only exception was the sane Loo-ee a dies-el, or dead submarine angel.

The controversy over the Bell Gran-O and whether she was manoeuvring or sailing away from the erogenous zone was settled by the captain Heck-tor Bonzo (a member of the Bonzo Dog Gaga Band) when he said she had orders to put any Bright-ish ship she found in the drink.

There was a separate incident when the Bright-ish were engaged to an Argy-bargee called Alf-here-is So-ber-all. A couple of lynxes slinked in and fired four skewers at him which sobered him up a bit. He also turned to port.

I gather Alf was looking for the canned bra but never found it.

3.5      Sinking of HMS Sheffield

On the 4th May the Bright lost the chef, a Mrs Field who was more simply known as Chef Field. She was typing 42 at the time whilst cooking on a gas primus stove.

She was struck by an avocet which knocked over the stove and set fire to her apron. She then panicked as people do such as in a pandemic, and ran over a cliff.

This was not Cliff Richard who was in Portugal at the time allegedly, but the more common sea side variety.

It appears Chef Field was typing out three 42’s in total, making 126, although whether this is significant is debateable.

It seems this all had to do with providing a medium high attitude for a Miss Isle Piquet for the Bright-ish Haircraft Carriers. Perhaps a bouffant style, or beehive, I don’t know.

Apparently Chef Field was struck amid-ships or in the stomach which was clearly devastating. I gather Chef Field was gutted by the experience, with the fire deforming her.

Severely affected by the trauma, they decided to take her to the Ascension where Jesus ascended, or to Yarmouth in the Isle of White, but sadly she sank and expired.

The incident is described in detail by the admirable Sandy Wouldwood who was once in charge of Miss Field. Her loss had a profound impact of the cabinet owned by the Bright-ish people and the people as a whole, as they realised that going to war actually meant people might get hurt.

Fairly obvious that, but people are a bit slow sometimes.

Like when sticking vaccines into human arms when it is likely to cause harm or even death.

3.6      Diplomatic activity

In the first half of May, which is M plus a half of the ‘a’ which doesn’t signify anything in my books, the United Onions were tempted to meditate on a piece. This was rejected by the Argy-bargees.

The Bright-ish made a final offer to the Argies by a general pay rise in a cellar. The Bright-ish had a band on a red line; what type of band it was it not known.

Anyway it had something to do with the drawls of the Argies and that the Bright-ish administration of the Falk Lands should be re-stored once the Argies had finished drawling.  The United Onions thought this a good idea.

I gather the Bright-ish proposed the fairly bright idea that a United Onion administrator should souper-vies the mew-two-owl with drawls of both the Argy-bargees and the Bright-ish farces. He or she would then govern the islands with the representative institutes including the Argies although none of the Argies actually lived there.

This seems like bending over and asking to be walloped or something worse, but the Argies didn’t think much of that. Which shows how stupid one can be when you have dug yourself into a hole.

Perhaps they thought possession was nine tenths of the law. They hadn’t reckoned on the Royal Navy and the other one tenth however.

Which is ‘It is ours, we live there and you don’t, and if you don’t shift your backsides promptly we will come and give you a jolly good kicking.’

3.7      Special forces operations

Now, there was a threat to the Bright-ish fleet by a combination of E 10 dards/avocets, so they made plans to fly in some sassy troops to attack home base of Rio Grande (no relation of Ariana Grande) who wore a tiara from Fuego. This was like a cheap jewellery store, a sort of Jewels-R-us if you will.

The opera-shun as previously mentioned was to be called the Mick A Do.

This was scrapped in favour of a plan to use an onyx stone set in rubber inflatables which could be swapped for the tiara, whilst destroying the avocets. The RSPB (Royal Society for Protection of Birds) were understandably upset, but this was war of course.

A sassy team was dispatched for filtrating the sea, a sort of desalination exercise. Bad weather caused a forced landing and Miss I. On was aborted. Whether she had any choice in the matter is debatable.

The pilot of the hilly copter got chilly and dropped off the sassy team. The crew of the hilly copter destroyed it then surrender to the chilly police. Most police are chilly however, it is in the name, pol-ice. This should be obvious I hope.

The sassy team crossed the border and penetrated the Argentina. In a what I don’t know. The Argies suspected something and sent 2,000 tropes to search for them.

The sassy team evaded them and managed to return to the UK. Clever boys, eh?

On the 14th May the sassy team carried out a raid on a pebble in the Falk Lands where amazingly there was a grass strip for a puke area and some mentors. I wouldn’t have thought there would be room myself.

Anyway, this resulted somehow in the destruction of several haircraft.

On the 15th May the S ‘b’ S team were brilliantly inserted in Grantham where the Maggie came from (Lincolnshire) to reckon-oi-tar sane Car-Loss. On the evening of the 20th May an S ‘b’ S trope and Art Hillary were landed in Wes sex to fanny around at a post overlooking the bay (a bring and bay sail). Meanwhile the sassy team carried out a raid on Charles Darwin by saying his theory was a load of bollox.

4          Air attacks

On the 21st May Ann R. Dent was sunk by 9 bums and Anne T eloped with some unexploded bums

The Atlantic conveyor (which carried the Atlantic ocean) was hit by an avocet which caused the loss of some chin hooks and some Wes sex (a new type of gender). Also lost were some runaway equipment intense and very sadly 12 crew.

Also lost was the sister of Chef Field who was sent to Coventry with a broad sward so she wouldn’t be alawn (sic). She had been ordered to act as a D Coy.

The R go nought and the Brillyant were moderately damaged. Many Bright-ish ships escaped being sunk because of limitations imposed by Sir Cumstances on the Argies pilots.

To avoid the highest constipation of Bright-ish hair defences, the pilots released their bums at a very low attitude and hence the bums few-zizzes or snoozes did not have sufficient time to put their arms on.

Without their arms the bums were considered retarded. Some would consider this was obvious; after all if you are bumming around on a beach and don’t anything useful, what is the point in that?

Still, sometimes bumming around is good for relaxing.

I gather the Bright-ish had sold some of their bums to the Argies years earlier as presumably they had plenty to go round.

Anyway, as a consequence many bums did not go off which was just as well as if they had there would have been an awful stink, if you get my meaning.

The pilots should have been aware of this but needing to avoid the high constipation of Sir-Face to hair Miss-Isles, the aunty-haircraft Art Hillary and the Bright-ish C Harriers, many failed to climb to the right height.

In the end the Argies farces solved the problem by making the bums even more retarded.

13 bums hit Bright-ish ships without de-tone-ating. Lord Crag, the tired marshmallow of the Royal Hair Farce is said to have remarked “Sicks butter fuzzies and we would have lots”.

However it should be noted that R Dent and Ann T eloped and were lost despite the bums not exploding. The R go nought was out of action, i.e. there was nought it could do after that.

The Argies lost 22 haircraft in the attack which is a lot.

The admirable Sandy Wouldwood blamed the BBC worldly Sir Vice for disclosing information that led to the Argies changing their retarded bums. Apparently, the worldly Sir Vice reported the lack of destinations after having a brief from a Mod official (as opposed to a rocker I presume).

The admirable Sandy describes the BBC as ‘being more concerned with being “fearless seekers after truth” than with the lives of British servicemen.’

Unlike today when the BBC is lying through its back teeth over such matters as Covdi 19 and vaccines and the Ukraine situation.

And not concerned about the lives of those lost to the vaccines of course.

A kernel ‘H’ Jones, possibly distantly related to Corporal Jones of Dad’s Army fame, also levelled similar accusations after the BBC disclosed the impending attack on a goose at a green.

I am not sure if anyone gave any thought to the cretin at the Ministry of Defence who briefed the BBC.

On the 30th May, two souper E 10 dards (probably related to the retarded bums), one of which had the last avocet, were escorted by four sky hooks with 2 bums on board each one. They were to attack the Invincible.

The Argies intelligence, or A.I., sought to determine the position of the haircraft carriers from an anal-sis of haircraft right flutes. I may have misread that.

However, as the Bright-ish had a standing order that all haircraft should conduct a low-level transit (i.e. a low-load transit van) when leaving or returning to the carriers. This tac-tic, a sort of tik-tok video but not, compromised the Argies attack which focused on a bunch of excorts.

As a consequence two sky hooks were shot down quickly by a Mr C. Dart on board an ex-eater, whilst Ann Avenger (no relation to John Steed) claimed to have shot down the avocet.

The Argies did not cause any damage to the escorts. I understand some Argies still claim to this day that they damaged the Invincible. But it is obvious they cannot have done. After all, there was no point attacking the Invincible as she was, of course, invincible. It’s in the name.

But that’s the Argies for you. There are of course liars, damn liars and certain Argies who claim things without evidence.

Again, this is similar to those today who claim the vaccines do anything apart from harm or sometimes kill people, which they ‘conveniently’ forget to mention.

5          Land battles

5.1      San Carlos – Bomb Alley

There was the Bright-ish Ann-fibious Task Group or BAT group for short under the command of a commode My-call Clap, a distant cousin of the von Claps, a rather nasty disease. This manifested itself in the UK in 2020 when it was called Claps for Caries (sic).

During the night of the 21st May, the BAT flew in as it were by water having mounted an Opera-shun Sutton around sane Car-loss Water. This was on the north-west of the East Falk Land. It faced the Falk Land sound which was rather quiet.

This was a bay, known as Bum Ali, rather like Mohammad Ali, but a bum of course. A bum is a bottom and you may have heard the phrase ‘sounding the bottom’. I hope the relationship is clear.

4,000 men of the Come-and-do Brigaid were put ashore as follows:

A batty lion of 2 pair-o-shoots.

40 come-and-do real marines.

A batty lion of 3 pair-o-shoots.

45 come-and-do’s.

It is notable that the waves of Elsie Yews and Elsie V.Peas were led by a major You-an South-buy-Tallyho who had commanded the Falk Lands detachment on a march from 1978 to 1979 which was a long march.

There were also 42 come-and-do held in reserve on the SS Canned-bra, which is a logical place for those who come and do.

There were also some you-nits from the real artillery and the real engine-ears as well as some armed vehicles put ashore with a round table and mexi-float bhajis, the latter a cross between Indian and Mexican food. 

Some rappy-hair Miss Isles were carried in under the Sea Kings for rabid deployment.

When Dawn arrived the next day, she found they had established a secure beachhead from which to conduct offensive or rude opera-shuns. Brig-a-dear Julie-Ann Tom’s-Sun set up his brig-aid headquarters in Doug’s Outs near sane Car-loss.

5.2      Goose Green

From early on 27 May until 28 May, the second Pa-Rah approached Darwin and attacked him over his theory regarding evolution which they said was a still load of bollox. 

They also attacked Goose Green, having had a gander or look at him first. They had some support from an arrow, a battery and a royal called Art Hillary. Never heard of him personally. After a tough struggle that lasted all night (like Jacob and his dream in the Old Testament), the Bright-ish won the battle, and lots of prisoners were taken

I gather the BBC announced the taking of Goose Green on the BBC World Service before it had actually happened. Had they had a premonition or a hot line to God? The Left-Ten-Ant kernel Jones was sadly killed. He was post humusly  awarded the W.C. for taking all the shit whilst charging the Argy-bargees with GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm).

Post humusly is because he was composted before being awarded and became compost, the usual end of a human body.

With the Argy-bargees out of the way, the Bright-ish could now have a break of the sane Car-Loss beach head before having a loaded March, although of course it was now May.

5.3      Special forces on Mount Kent

In the meantime, 42 come-and-dos prepared to move by Ellie’s copter to Mount Kent, a relation of Clark Kent, a.k.a superman. However, it wasn’t realised that Argy generals were determined to tie down the Bright-ish tropes, using ropes presumably. They sent some blowpipes supplied by Amerindians their own version of come-and-dos and a squat Ron from the National Gender Army Scheme.

Their opera-shun was known as “auto in poo ester”, roughly translated as ‘This car is in deep shit’.

During the next week, the S ‘a’ S and the mounting arctic warfare cads from a come-and-do waged battles in tents with Pat Rolls who had volunteered under a major Oldie Reek-co.

Throughout the 30th May, the raffish hairyers were active over Mount Kent. One of them, a squat Ron leader, a Mr Jerry Pook (nicknamed Pook of Puck Hill), lost his hairyer due to some small arms which were on fire.

Apparently Mr Pook was awarded a Deaf Sea for some reason.

The mounting artic warfare cad ray took the feet off the Argies special farces at the top of the Ma Low house which sounds a little confusing.

13 Argy come-and-dos were trapped in a shep heard’s house where they were fired from doors and windows. They then took refuge in a bed in a stream, presumably dumped there by some yob, after the house caught fire and to put out their own flames I imagine.

They were fighting 19 disguised cads, known as Covert 19, including a Mr Boswell who wasn’t disguised. When their ammunition ran out (where it ran to I don’t know, but it was exhausted getting there) they elected to surrender. They may have held a ballot; fortunately there was no mail-in ballots to distort things, unlike the USA elections in 2020 for example.

Three cad rays were badly wounded. Wikipedia says there were two dead including a left-ten-ant Her-nest Is-pin- O’Sa and a serge-ant Matt-he-owes-Bert (what he owed Bert is not stated).

Quite how the person who made this Wikipedia entry was thinking I don’t know, but ‘including’ is not the right word. If you say there are two dead and you mention two names, then ‘including’ as a word should not be included in the sentence.

Anyway, I gather they were post humusly decorated. This is understandable as having been set on fire, their decorative state would have been very poor.

Of the other Argies, only 5 were not scathing. The Bright-ish mopped up the mess in the house, and a left-ten-ant F. Razor Had-ows carried a large onion flag. Makes you weep doesn’t it?

A one-dead Argie soldier, left-ten-ant Whore-ratio Lost-it-too commented that their escape route would have gone through Had-ows position. This would have hurt them even more as they would have gone ‘Ouch, ow!’ in passing.

The Argies come-and-do tried to rescue the come-and-do company on the Stands-here mountain. They were engaged to some mortars and forced to remove the draws of two sisters. Disgusting I call that.

The leader of the come-and-do company on Stands-here mountain realised his position was un ten able (I assume there were no longer ten of them) and after conferring with fellow officers, the removed their draws. Rather odd, but each to their own I suppose.

The Argys opera-shun saw the use of Ellie’s copter to position and extract petrol; the 601st Combat Aviation Batty Lion (CAB) also suffered from casual ties. If you need to get from A to B you call a CAB of course.

At about 11am on the 30th May a puma was brought down by a Sam who had been fired by Sas whoever Sas.

As bridge-a-dear Tom’s-son said (and I summarise), that it was a good thing he ignored the Northwood HQ’s views that reconnaissance was unnecessary. I would have thought that was very sensible, any wise commander checks the ground before if he can.

This is rather like NHS admin staff working from home or isolated in the ivory tower of an office pontificating about the situation on the wards when they do not understand the true situation. They should try working on the wards themselves, that would make them think straight.

5.4      Bluff Cove and Fitzroy

By the 1st June a further 5,000 Bright-ish tropes arrived and the divisional come-on-dear, a major Germy Moor then had a sufficient farce to be offensive to Stanley.

The Argies had been a salting the Bright-ish navel farces and sadly killed 56. These were 32 Well-ish Gourds (until they were dead of course, then they weren’t well) who had a gala or celebration with a trist ram. This was a sad ram (Trist is ‘sad in Norwegian I gather).

Reminiscent of the Passover when a lamb is slain of course.

According to a sturgeon come-and-dear (no relation to Nicola I trust), one Mr Jolly, 150 men suffered Burns and other Ian Jury’s  in the attack. Well, some people have to suffer all kinds of things whether it is Robbie Burns poetry or Ian Dury’s music.

Personally I quite like some of both, but I can understand those who do not.

Some gourds were sent to support an A.D. Vance in the attack on Stanley. On the 2nd of June a small party was held in a Swan House with a number of West Land scouts in Ellie’s copters. How they got Ellie’s copters in the house as well I have no idea.

They rang up Fitz Roy ahead to check and found that the place was empty of Argies so plenty of space for the party. They came-and-dared a chin hook to ferry another Con tin gent to fit Roy and a gentleman or cove with a bluff exterior who stocked a pleasant port, well worth dinking. As the party was supposed to be secret, the exercise was known as Cove (I.D. 19).

The uncoordinated advance made things very difficult for the poor come-on-dears of the combine opera-shun. They had 30 miles of positions without fences, so might be attacked by the rabid sheep on the islands.

Support could not be sent by hair as the chin nook was already up to its chin in orders. The soldiers could March (although it was June) but their equipment and heavy supplies needed to be Ferried-by-Sea, a small settlement on the coast.

Plans were drawn up for the Well-ish Gourds to march light on the night of the 2nd June (they would need the light to march at night of course), whilst the Scuts Gourds and the second half of the Well-ish Gourds were to be ferried from Sane Car-Loss on the trist ram and a doc called In-tree-peed (as opposed to On-tree-peed).

Political pressure from on high not to risk the In-tree-peed made the commode My-call Clap to alter the plan. I assume those above thought it was a load of clap-trap. However, it meant a much more complicated opera-shun across several nights. A typical example of those above not understanding the risk on the ground, or in this case the sea.

Similar of course to the ignorant NHS administrators working from home or in their offices, not having a clue what it is like to work on the wards.

The attempted overland march by half the Well-ish Gourds failed because they refused a light despite the fact it was dark and couldn’t see where they were going.

They also tried carrying their equipment which presumably including everything plus the kitchen sink. This would have made them sink into Pete Boggs who could be found en-route.

In daylight he is easy to spot because of his green/brown suits by Moss Bros.

Anyway, they returned to Sane Car Loss and then landed at a bluff cove. The trist ram sailed on the 6th June had a gala with Dawn on the 7th June. The senior Well-ish Gourds officer insisted that his tropes should be carried the far longer distance to port (i.e. left) as this would fit Roy, the bluff cove or gentleman.

The alternative was to march via the recently repaired bluff cove’s bridge, the card game he had been playing. This was a round journey of 7 miles, but seems pointless to me a round journey would just bring you back where you started.

Whilst having a gala, there was a stern ramp (I assume Wikipedia means a stern RMP or Royal Milly Terry Policeman) with whom people were arguing. The officers on board were told they could not sail to the bluff cove that day.

They were also told they had to get the men off the ship ASAP as the ships were vulnerable to NME haircraft (the NME or New Musical Express was what one might read whilst waiting to have ones hair done).

The officers refused to take their men off the ship despite a direct order by You-in South-by-Tallyho. The triple barrel name may have been off putting to the Well-ish Gourds who were not keen on double-barrelled names, let alone a triple barrel name.

The longer journey time of the landing craft and the argy-bargy over the process caused Ann E. Normous to delay. This had disastrous consequences as the ships could be seen by Harriet on her mount about 10 miles away.

As the ships had no escorts or indeed hair defence such as hair nets to keep their hair in place, they were sitting ducks for eight Argy sky hooks. They coordinated their attacks with 6 daggers which attacked the Ply Mouth which drew off the hairyers.

As a consequence the gala had three bums dropped on it, and although they didn’t explode, they did set fire to the tables etc, thinking they had dropped in on a beach BBQ and why hadn’t anyone lit the BBQ’s yet.

The trist ram was also hit by bum. Three sea kings and Wes Sex came to the rescue. The three sea kings were of ‘orient are’ fame; they were on the East Falk lands so the link should be clear.

The Bright-ish suffered a lot of casual ties as a right mess was made. The attack on Stanley was delayed by two days.

The disaster was very unpleasant despite the port being pleasant which made one wonder why they bothered going.

Editor’s note; Why, I ask, did the Welsh Guard officers not see sense and seek to unload their troops quickly? Any fool should have seen the ships were vulnerable and surely the Royal Naval officers on board were no fools, were they?

The below gives a fuller discussion.

5.5      Fall of Stanley

On the night of the 11th June, after several days of taking panes out of the windows of Stanley’s house, the Bright-ish farces lunched with a bridge-ade (like lemonade) against a ring on the high ground surrounding Stanley.

Some of the 3 Come-and-dos supported by Royal Navy ships (these were fish ‘n’ chips and brought efficient ships for lunch, or something like that) attacked Harriet on her mount, one of two sisters, and a long Don, a professor from Oxford or Cambridge on a sabbatical.

He was there incognito and was nicknamed ‘long covert’ which reminds me of something again…

At the two sisters the Bright-ish faced resistance to their advances, as one was friendly and the other antagonistic.

The battle with the long Don was the worst (it was rumoured the Don was in fact Richard Doorkins looking at his favourite site Darwin), but eventually resistance was overcome as any fool knows that evolutionary theory is just not feasible.

I mean look at the chaos that ensures when army manoeuvres are not planned and carried out as per orders; it’s not rocket science you know. 

During the battle a glam Morgan was too close to the shore, trying to admire herself in the mirror and got hit by an avocet. However, in the end all adjectives were secured which was great, marvellous, amazing, awesome, excellent, incredible, outstanding, spectacular, stellar, and wondrous. Among others.

The second phase began on the 13th June with two pairs of Ra’s with light armour from the blues (music from Muddy Waters etc) and the royals (Queen Elizabeth the second and her son Andrew) captured the ridge with no wires on it.

The Scuts Gourds captured the Tumble down by climbing up it, but a raid by the S ‘a’ S and the S ‘b’ S was beaten off.

After all this Stanley was getting despondent and gloomy. A private Sent-I-a-go Chorizo  who decide not to keep things to himself said that a plato-on come-on-dear ordered them to take positions in the houses and if a Kelper resists to shot him.

However, they didn’t, so the Argies’ conscripts were being sensible.

By the way a Kelper is someone who needs kelp as per the Beatles song ‘Kelp!’

I gather the Will I am was attacked by some burqas but this ended in Aunty Climax when the positions were found to be deserted, i.e. dried up.

A cease fire was declared on the 14th June and Maggie the Thatcher announced that surrender negotiations would be commenced and she could get that last straw at last to finish the job she was on.

As a side note, it is rumoured that a Dr Livingstone with the Bright-ish farces was able to approach Mr Stanley and say ‘Mr Stanley I presume’.

5.6      Recapture of South Sandwich Islands

This was straightforward. The Argies had pinched the Bright-ishes sandwiches and the Bright-ish took them back. They had tried talking to the Argies but that hadn’t worked. Probably had tried speaking very loudly as many Bright-ish do when on holiday.


To which the Argies replied ‘Qué?’

6          Position of third-party countries

Having dealt with the silly bit, let’s have a more sensible look at the final items.

6.1      Commonwealth

Many were supportive of UK, especially New Zealand and Australia.

6.2      France

The French were generally very cooperative with UK. John Nott the British Defence Secretary, had described France as Britain’s ‘greatest ally’.

However, a French technical team, employed by Dassault and already in Argentina, remained there throughout the war despite the presidential decree. The team had provided material support to the Argentines, identifying and fixing faults in Exocet missile launchers.


John Nott, when asked if he felt let down by the French said “If you’re asking me: ‘Are the French duplicitous people?’ the answer is: ‘Of course they are, and they always have been”.

Personally, I think this is very unfair. But some French certainly have been duplicitous. It is usually the politicians and diplomats but you find such people in all walks of life.

I note that Dassault was founded by a man with Jewish ancestry who converted to Roman Catholicism.  

6.3      United States

Tried to promote diplomacy but eventually realised Argentina weren’t interested. Supported the UK.

6.4      Other OAS members

6.4.1  Cuba

Tried to get support for Argentina despite apparent disparity in left leaning vs. right leaning politics.

6.4.2  Peru

Supported Argentina, and tried to smuggle Exocets to them.

6.4.3  Chile

Due to long-standing tensions with Argentina , Chile supported the UK.

6.5      Soviet Union

Technically neutral, but critical of UK.

The Soviet Union did mount some clandestine logistics operations in favour of the Argentinians.

6.6      Spain

Ambiguous, reflecting the fact that Spain founded Argentina as a country but part of what was the EEC at the time.

I would point out that Spain colonised Argentina, so complaining about the Falklands as a British colony is mere hypocrisy.

6.7      Other countries

6.7.1  EEC

Generally supportive of UK.

6.7.2  Republic of Ireland

Generally supportive, but Charles Haughey who led the government at time, decided to oppose EEC sanctions on Argentina. This was seen as opportunistic rather than anything else.

6.7.3  Israel

Apparently advising Argentina in secret and may have sold some supplies.

6.7.4  Sierra Leone

Supportive of UK.

6.7.5  The Gambia

Supportive of UK.

6.7.6  Libya

Sent arms to Argentina via Brazil, with Brazil’s knowledge.

7          Casualties


907 killed

1,188 injured or wounded


255 servicemen and 3 female islanders

777 injured

8          Aftermath

It did ultimately result in the fall of the military Junta in Argentina. This can be considered a good thing in my books.

In the UK it boosted support for the Conservative party, and did help to stop the proposed cuts to the Royal Navy.

The Falklands was put more clearly on the map as it were and considerable investment made, which perhaps overall may be considered good for the islands.

Final thoughts and Conclusions

Well, the UK stood up to the Junta bullies and a good thing too.

But some of the war was a complete farce, such as the muck up by the Welsh Guards. And please note, the UN bans the use of farce (sic) in settling disputes!!!

The number 42 comes up a lot, it is quite bizarre. 42 Commandos, Type 42 destroyers, the British having 42 aircraft. What is the likelihood of that being statistically significant I wonder?

Whilst I may be biased, the UK is an island nation, relying on trade and whilst defence is still necessary, we must maintain the Navy above all of the three main armed services, whilst retaining a small but highly professional Army and air force.

But having no war would be far better. Only the arms manufacturers and the shareholders benefit.

I have referred in the main text to Nazis in Argentina. How much did they have a part to play in the affair?

As regards Nicholas Ridley, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs at the time, he is recorded in Wikipedia thus.

On 13 July 1990, he was forced to resign as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry after an interview was published by The Spectator. He had described the proposed Economic and Monetary Union as “a German racket designed to take over the whole of Europe” and said that giving up sovereignty to the European Union was as bad as giving it up to Adolf Hitler.

I never knew he said this. He was of course quite right. The Germans have been up to their tricks since WW2 as I have already said, albeit strictly it’s the Nazis/Marxists/communists who came out of Germany.

And of course as I have stated elsewhere, the Roman Catholic Church, which has been highly influential across the world especially in Argentina. Francis the current pope is Argentinian.

Editor’s note: since posting this article I have come across this link. It sets out more about how Argentina has been at this for years and still is being a pain. It is shocking the arrogance of it all, but that is the Nazis and the Roman Catholic Catholic for you.

I note too this article from the BBC.

The Argentinians who promote such nonsense about colonisation are hypocrites. Argentina is a colony in South America where indigenous peoples were displaced by the Spanish and the wretched Roman Catholic Church in their quest for gold etc.

And as for Argentina’s President, Alberto Fernandez, you are just doing what your predecessor General Galtieri did; trying to distracte attention form your own economic woes.

I’ll be blunt, you are an evil bastard and no mistake. I am going to have a close look at you. I have already checked Wikipedia out, and its not looking good believe me.

Anyway, finally, we must not forget there are the Jews who say they are Jews but are not, but are of the synagogue of Satan. Cuckoo’s in the nest as it were. And so many are cuckoo or mad!

But then Satan is mad, quite mad.

We are mad if we think wars of wounding and killing ultimately achieve anything except lots of money for those who love it for some reason.

But fight against evil we must, and identifying the true culprits is essential which I why I was prompted to set up this website in 2020. This I and many others are doing, and the more that can join in faithfully in the task the better. Every little helps, nothing good is wasted.

There is still much to do, but I have at least completed this post. Now I really must sort out Neil Ferguson’s. Let me see, where was I…


general leopard Guilty-hairy = General Leopoldo Galtieri

hair-bridge-a-dear Basil-Low Lamby Dozy = Air Brigadier Basilio Lami Dozo

admirable Georgy Annoyer = Admiral Jorge Anaya

Ann Fibbious Come-and-dos = Amphibious Commandos

Left-ten-ant come-on-dear Guillemot Sandwiches-Sabotrots = lieutenant commander Guillermo Sanchez-Sabarots

‘thought’ called Austin = Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Fort Austin

End-your-rants = HMS Endurance

new clear Spartan submarine = HMS Spartan

splendid submarine = HMS Splendid

superb submarine = HMS Superb

altar of G.I. bra = Gibraltar

admirable Leech = Admiral Sir Henry Leach

middle of the rainy Ian = Mediterranean

Lorry My Goal is = Laurie Margolis

opera-shun Cor-poo-rat = Operation Corporate

admirable surgeon Fieldmouse = Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse

ham-bass-a-door Edward Rocker = Argentine ambassador to the UN, Eduardo Roca

Gene Curt Pat Rick = Jean Kirkpatrick

A Parson = Sir Anthony Parsons

bridge-a-dear general Mary-ho Ben-jamming Men-end-Des = Brigadier General Mario Benjamín Menéndez

major Patricia Dow Ling = Major Patricio Dowling

A Haig = United States Secretary of State Alexander Haig

Nick-can-or Costa Lot-to-mend-it = Nicanor Costa Méndez, Argentina foreign minister

new clear submarine Conqueror = HMS Conqueror

SS Canned-bra = SS Canberra

Queen Elizabeth = ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2

A her-man = historian Arthur L. Herman

Hairyers = Harrier Jump Jets

Vulcan = Avro Vulcan B Mk 2 bombers

handy page Victors = Handley Page Victor K Mk 2 refuelling aircraft

Dug Less phantoms = McDonnell Douglas Phantom FGR Mk 2 fighters

boing haircraft = Boeing 707

Opera-shun Paraquat = Operation Paraquet

Sherry Dan RM = Major Guy Sheridan RM

RFA spring tide = RFA Tidespring

S ‘a’ S and the S ‘b’ S = Special Air Service and Special Boat Service

Four Tuna glazier = Fortuna Glacier

fey Santa = Argentina submarine ARA Santa Fe

Ann Trim = HMS Antrim

Ply-mouth = HMS Plymouth

someone brilliant = HMS Brilliant

sky hooks = A-4 Skyhawks

daggers = IAI Daggers

English electric canned bras = English Electric Canberras

mirages = Mirage III escorts

a commode of vice, God awful Della Colin = Vice Commodore Rodolfo De La Colina

Sam Roland and Sam ‘Tiger’ Cat = surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems (Franco-German Roland and British Tigercat)

Hercules = Lockheed Hercules transport

Neptune = Lockheed P-2 Neptune

haircraft carrier Vein-tick-in-co de Mayo = ARA Veinticinco de Mayo

Miss Aisled Ahmed des-Troyers = missile-armed destroyers

generally Belle Gran-O = light cruiser ARA General Belgrano

avocet Miss Isles = Exocet missiles

admirable Wouldwood = Admiral Sandy Woodward

sane Loo-ee = submarine ARA San Luis

Heck-tor Bonzo = ARA General Belgrano’s captain Hector Bonzo

Alf-here-is So-ber-all = ARA Alferez Sobral

the chef, a Mrs Field = Type 42 destroyer HMS Sheffield

E 10 dards = Dassault-Breguet Super Étendard

tiara from Fuego = Tierra del Fuego

puke area and some mentors = FMA IA 58 Pucará light ground-attack aircraft and Beechcraft T-34 Mentors

Ann R. Dent = HMS Ardent

Anne T eloped = HMS Antelope

chin hooks and some Wes sex = Chinook and Wessex helicopters

Coventry = HMS Coventry

R go nought and the Brillyant = HMS Argonaut and HMS Brilliant

Lord Crag, the tired marshmallow = Lord Craig, a retired Marshal of the Royal Air Force

kernel ‘H’ Jones = Colonel ‘H’. Jones

Mr C. Dart on board an ex-eater = Sea Dart surface-to air missile from HMS Exeter

Ann Avenger = HMS Avenger

commode My-call Clap = Commodore Michael Clapp

Bum Ali = Bomb Alley

Elsie Yews and Elsie V.Peas = LCUs and LCVPs (Landing Craft Utility and Landing Craft, vehicle, personnel

You-an South-buy-Tallyho = Ewen Southby-Tailyour

mexi-float bhajis = mexeflote barges

rappy-hair Miss Isles = Rapier missiles

Brig-a-dear Julie-Ann Tom’s-Sun = Brigadier Julian Thompson

an arrow, a battery and a royal called Art Hillary = HMS Arrow and artillery support from 8 Commando Battery and the Royal Artillery

auto in poo ester = Autoimpuesta

major oldie reek-co = Major Aldo Rico

Deaf Sea = DFC i.e. Distinguished Flying Cross

mounting artic warfare cad ray = Mountain and Arctic Warfare Cadre

left-ten-ant Her-nest Is-pin- O’Sa and a serge-ant Matt-he-owes-Bert = Lieutenant Ernesto Espinoza and Sergeant Mateo Sbert

left-ten-ant F. Razor = Lieutenant Fraser Haddow

left-ten-ant Whore-ratio Lost-it-too = Lieutenant Horacio Losito

Stands-here mountain = Estancia Mountain

had a gala or celebration with a trist ram = RFA Sir Galahad and RFA Sir Tristram

Well-ish Gourds = Welsh Guards

Scuts Gourds = Scots Guards

A doc called In-tree-peed = HMS Intrepid, Amphibious transport dock

long Don = Mount Longdon

glam Morgan = HMS Glamorgan

Sent-I-a-go Chorizo = Private Santiago Carrizo

P.S. For more wacky looks at battles, do go to the Naff Caff on World Menu on top main bar. Currently you have to scroll down for it or use ‘find’ box inserting ‘Naff’ which will be quicker.

If you are interested in 42 try this.

42 – The Ultimate Answer to Life, The Universe and Everything *

And for more information including photographs which some idea of what happened.

A very sobering documentary.

And this is also fascinating, including an interview with a much younger Joe Biden when perhaps he was sensible!

K is for…..Keys

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

20th June, 2022

I thought I would do a post of something I did in 2020. I am still finishing off one on the Falklands war which ended 40 years ago today. This was the last operation where the South Sandwich Islands were retaken.

This operation was called Operation Keyhole, so very fitting I should do a post on keys. I find it amazing how I decided to post this article, previously a static page, and I find the last operation was a keyhole!!

20th October 2020

I have said in A Favourable Year that I have a whole bunch of keys, keys to life. Although I posted it as a page in August, I had written most of it back in the spring.

But I meant it, and I still do. I have been writing and writing as fast as I could with half a brain, and my left eye uncomfortable. Checking and rechecking the facts, and my text, doing my own editing, as no doubt most bloggers do.

So I have set out keys on the various pages for people to pick up and open doors that have been locked for far too long. And I have only just started. There is so much more to do.

Still, you won’t get anywhere unless you start, and I have completed the Covid 19 saga. I say completed, there is still coronavirus to explain. And as Covid 19 has other applications apart from vitamin C Or VItamin D, completed is not quite right.

Perhaps completed a chapter would be better. Anyway, this is a starter on keys, so what keys will be helpful?

Simply put, the keys to life can be found bound up in the Bible. This is not to say there are not keys elsewhere, it’s just you will find all the keys you need here.

Unfortunately, as I have stated in A Favourable Year, the translations are not very good in places, sometimes appalling. There are times when the meaning has been swapped round. Dreadful. No wonder there are those who say the Bible is full of errors.

But not in the original text, the Hebrew and Greek. Rather like Covid 19 and the Coronavirus Act 2020, you must go back to source, and not rely on what the media are telling you. Indeed, even what the government ministers are telling you.

I have said it before and I will say it again, check the Coronavirus Act on if you dare. It is crap, absolute crap. There are no real powers.

Check the guidance on which is easier, but still ultimately crap. I have explained and I am sure you can find my thoughts without my telling you here where to look.

Anyway, as regards the Bible and its interpretation there are three primary keys to start with. These are from the text:

      1. Jesus said ‘You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; it is these that testify about Me’           John 5:39

        When you read the text, whether in the Old or New Testament, it is speaking about Jesus Christ. Not every line as such, but the whole emphasis is pointing to Him. Indeed, something on every page. There will be more than you initially expect.

        Without Him nothing makes sense, and ultimately nothing will work properly.

      2. All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness.                    2 Timothy 3:16

        So all of the Bible is worth reading and gaining wisdom from, the boring bits as well as the exciting bits (and there are quite a few exciting bits!).

        There is a huge amount hidden away for those who make the effort to dig.

      3. …… on the evidence of two or three witnesses a matter shall be confirmed.      Deuteronomy 19:15

        This originally was in the context of legal matters, but equally applies to the Bible and interpretation. Check one passage against two or three others, context is important, what happened or was said earlier in the passage, what happened or was said later in the passage.

        And what was said elsewhere by others, sometimes directly about the passage you are concerned with.

These three keys will stand you in good stead on your journey into life. And of course if you are struggling then do as is advised – let him (or her) who lacks wisdom let him (or her) ask of God.

Or even old Baldy if you wish, or others who you know follow Christ.

Oh, and don’t forget one other thing. There is an old enemy who hates those who would do what God advises.

That’s Satan, once Lucifer, now known to me as Loopy Lucy. He is behind all evil. He is a twit, and anyone who follows him is a twit too.

Not to be confused with a ‘twit twoo’ which is what wise owls say. So if you become wise using the keys I suggest, you can be a wise owl and say the same of old Loopy and his minions.

P.S. I have been sent some images for the texts which you can download if you like. If you have children they might like to cut them out (if you have the heart of a child you can cut them out too of course). Bible Keys

P.P.S. If you are someone who hasn’t seen my Covid 19 summary and would like the keys to what has been going on here is my link.

Covid 19 Summary

Lily the Pink or Luci the Stink?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

15th June, 2022

‘Lily the Pink’ by the Scaffold is a wonderful song. It is great fun with its words and with its catchy tune which you can sing along too. I have the single somewhere. The flip side is great too, it’s called ‘Thank you very much’, a song full of gratitude for all sorts of things.

Including the napalm bomb for some reason. I can’t say I can be thankful for that.

As regards Lily the Pink, you can look up about the basis of the song in this link.

Part of the refrain or chorus is the phrase ‘medicinal compound’ which Lily has invented. It has very peculiar results, affecting the characteristics of the various characters.

These include obesity from having been anorexic ‘brother Tony’, additional limbs ‘Auntie Millie’ and a sex change ‘Jennifer Eccles’.

I did not realise until I started proper research in 2020 how much it is big pharma drugs, the ‘medicinal compounds’ that have been substantially responsible for so many of society’s ills and diseases. Including birth defects, mental illness and the transgender nonsense (a form of mental illness).

But then if we look at the anagrams of medicinal compound we find some interesting results. I won’t look in great depth but the following should be noted.

Medicinal compound has 17 letters in total, and 11 individual letters.


Coup demonical mind – the demons have taken over people’s minds

Camp demonic noduli – the LGBT activists are at work at our nodules or nerve centres

ad demonic pulmonic – pertaining to the lungs and respiratory infection. Ad maybe the ceaseless advertising re Covid 19 being any more than the ‘flu reinvented.

Anodic demonic lump – demonic cancers perhaps

CD coli pandemonium – the mania worldwide and bacterial issues.

Comic duped nominal – the world has been duped into believing the lies about Covid 19

Demonic dump Nicola – Nicola Sturgeon perhaps??

DNA medico pulmonic – speaks for itself.

Dupe mad monoclinic – monoclinic is to do with crystals such as jewels. The jewels have gone mad. Or perhaps the jew-els have gone mad. Jew-els such as Anthony Blinken and Richard Levine for example.

Cold onium pandemic – to with colds/the ‘flu and the stability of particles or lack thereof due to the current world wide panic.

Icon mould pandemic – The mark or brand being used to try and mould the world to confirm to Satan’s will.

lon mucoid pandemic – could be League of Nations (now the United nations) mucoid (to do with mucus and colds) pandemic

Lou MD icon pandemic – Lou as in Lucifer, doctor brand or mark pandemic.

This last one is most apt and leads in to my version of the Scaffold’s song. I would like to say a big thank you to John Allman who suggested I could look at this following my relative success with ‘I knew an old doctor who swallowed a lie’.

I have not been able to come up with people whose names suit the original verses in very case. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.

Please note Luci is short for Lucifer, now Satan. Nausiacious is my made up word for sickening.

We’ll sink and sink and sink

From Luci the stink, the stink the stink

The murd’rer of the human race

For he invented demonical compounds

Most nausiacious in every case.

Mr Queers

Had lots of fears

And it made him awful sly

and so they gave him demonical compounds

and now he’s learning how to die.

Brother Tony1

Was notably phoney

He would only do bad deals

and so they gave him demonical compounds

And now he knows how death it feels.

We’ll sink and sink and sink

From Luci the stink, the stink the stink

The murd’rer of the human race

For he invented demonical compounds

Most nausiacious in every case.

Old Bergoglio-ly2

Thought he was terribly holy

So they crowned him in St Peter’s dome

Where they gave him demonical compounds

and now he’s Pope Francis of Rome.

Kamala Harris

Would continually embarrass

By laughing like a drain

and so they gave her demonical compounds

And she’s learning how to reign3

We’ll sink and sink and sink

From Luci the stink, the stink the stink

The murd’rer of the human race

For he invented demonical compounds

Most nausiacious in every case.

Nancy Pelosi

Was terribly cosy

With those without a brain

and so they gave her demonical compounds

and now she’s utterly insane.

Richard Levine  

Became a queen

And he calls himself Rac-eh-eh-el

Because they gave him demonical compounds

and now he’s even more unwell.

We’ll sink and sink and sink

From Luci the stink, the stink the stink

The murd’rer of the human race

For he invented demonical compounds

Most nausiacious in every case.

Luci the stink, he

Turned to drink, he

Filled up with deadly sin inside

And despite his demonical compound

Gladly Sicka-Luci died.

Down to Hades

His soul descended

All the church bells they did ring4

He took with him demonical compound

Hark the herald angels sing.

Oooooooooooooooo Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee’ll sink and sink and sink

From Luci the stink, the stink the stink

The murd’rer of the human race

For he invented demonical compounds

Most nausiacious in every case.

Foot notes:

1 Possibly Anthony Blinken in the USA or Tony Blair in the UK.

2 Jorge Mario Bergoglio. The – ly added for poetic license.

3 She has to take over the reins from Joe Biden. If he has ever reigned at all in reality.

4 Ring with gratitude that he has gone where he belongs.

With grateful thanks to the Scaffold if they need it. To Lucifer and his minions to the scaffold you will go. Then the lake of fire.

P.S. If you would like to listen to ‘Lily the Pink’ here’s a link, a link, a link!!!

If you should use the subtitles please note they bear little resemblance to the original lyrics. It is very odd.

If you would like to see ‘I knew an old doctor who swallowed a lie’ here’s the link.

‘I knew an old doctor who swallowed a lie’

And for information about the ‘flu and Covid 19, try my summary if you haven’t already.

Covid 19 Summary


By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

10th June 2022

I wrote this last year. I have had a reasonable number of views in the scheme of things. As I am struggling with my next post and wish to infill for the time being, I thought I would turn what was only a page into a post and see if anyone else reads it. I live in hope.

Please note there are other aspects which others have covered, but I believe you you not generally find these all stated in this way, at least as part of main stream understanding.

6th April 2021

The number of the beast, strictly wild beast in the book of Revelation. Everybody wants to know its meaning. Well, quite few anyway. I did. I asked for everything earlier last year, all of it.

I didn’t fully understand the implications of that request. Now I do. I was given the keys to unlock all the truth, and now I can reveal all. At least, an awful lot of it. So here it is.

The truth is firstly that there is no one meaning, rather a series of linked meanings. People have been looking for a man, rather than an organisation, the ‘wild beast’ that is untameable. Not that there isn’t a man, it’s just that is not the whole story.

I say organisation, really organisations, plural. There are three main organisations, as per the three groupings I have referred to elsewhere.

With, of course, Loopy Lucy, a.k.a Satan at the bottom of it. Sitting on his fat bottom. Pillock.

Just as there is an individual behind all the world’s problems, so there are men (and women) involved; it is just that the organisations are as much the problem as anything.

There is also another individual, I believe, another man or wild beast, a counter to Satan.  I have identified Satan in George Soros in an earlier post. See here

Of course the Book of Revelation has applied since it was written all those years ago, so the number will have been relevant to each generation. It’s just that as we are at the end now and matters are coming to a close (and a new beginning), it is particularly relevant to us.

Six Bureaucrats

Anyway, Six hundred and sixty six. Sounds like ‘six Hun dread and six tea six’.

Let’s try the first, six Hun dread for some individuals, bureaucrats really. That ‘wild beast’, the European Union. Here are six individuals.

Jean-Claude Juncker, Donald Tusk, Frans Timmermans, Martin Schulz, Mario Draghi, Federica Mogherini. From the link:

Well, perhaps only four of the six count strictly as Huns as in Germanic, but I don’t think we need be too fussy at this stage. I don’t think I need to explain further, except perhaps to point out that Federica Mogherini was apparently a member of the Italian Communist Youth Federation. You can look up the all the details on line.

Six political foundations

And I see the Germans hard at work with the following:

What Are the Konrad Adenauer and Hanns Seidel Foundations?

“Political foundations” are a key feature of German political life. They are state-subsidized foundations affiliated with German political parties. In other words, they are financed with the money of German taxpayers. Currently, there are six political foundations in Germany. The Konrad Adenauer political foundation is the foundation of the CDU, Angela Merkel’s party. The Hanns Seidel political foundation is the foundation associated with the CSU, which operates only in Bavaria, and is an ally of the CDU. On paper, all of these foundations have very noble goals – they claim to promote democracy, freedom, justice, etc. In countries like Bulgaria, however, they seem to engage in different activities.


I recommend you read the link an make up your own mind as to what’s going on.

Six leadership styles

Note these are all top down. In God’s kingdom it is the other way round; Jesus came as a servant, so has the Father. Would you expect otherwise?

Rule of Six

How about this?

666 can be read as six, six, six in English. This Christmas in UK we could meet as three households of groups of six.

This below refers to the original ‘cunning plan’, apparently.

I kid you not; this is God’s sense of humour, after all He guided the hands that wrote Revelation! I say God’s, I do not mean Boris Johnson and his cabinet are ‘Gods’, even though they may act like it.

However, as I keep telling people this was GUIDANCE and not mandatory, so common sense should prevail. Sadly, common sense left much of the church, and a substantial proportion of the world, some time ago.

So don’t blame the government (too much) if you followed the GUIDANCE without any thought.

God Himself shakes His head in disbelief that His children can be so cretinous as to believe everything they are supposedly told to do.

Rule of Sex

666 can be read as sex, sex, sex in Latin. This is thrust of evil’s moves in today’s society. Pornography, LGBTQi+ etc etc.

And I am not surprised brothels and prostitution are legal in Germany, one of the 3 beasts I have identified in Revelation.


Rule of Hex

666 can be read as hex, hex, hex in Greek. Hexes and witchcraft, another branch of evil. But all smoke and mirrors, never really real as such.

But not like Harry Potter which is about the destruction of evil by faith, hope and best of all love, a sacrificial love.

As Jesus said ‘Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.’

Two Popes

And try this.

666 is the number of the two popes Franciscus (pope Francis) and Benedictus (Pope Benedict XVI) in the ASCII code. See pdf link below Note it is Italian names.

Please note that one pope (the ‘retired hurt’ one), is German, one comes from Argentina where the Nazis escaped to at the end of World War 2.

Nero Caesar

Nero means black or dark. Apparently Gematria in Hebrew gives in Greek 666.

George Frederick Soros is in reality George Frederick Schwartz, or George Frederick Black.

He is the Man of sin or lawlessness. He may be so-called white but his heart is black, like Satan who inhabits him.

You will know about the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. The only person who really matters to him is himself, his own ‘black life’!


We should also note:

666 is the distance of Mecca from Jerusalem in nautical miles.

Mecca is also a gambling company.


A number associated with Solomon. Which is rather like Solo man, a man who goes it alone, perhaps who wants to the only man to be worshipped. This is helpful

Note reference to ‘man of peace’ and then see below.’s_camps_for_Muslims


The number 666 relates to the carbon atom, and man. Carbon-12; one of 5 elements in the human DNA is composed of 6 protons, 6 electrons and 6 neutrons, which equates to 666.



The 666th word defined in Strong’s concordance. Described as meaning absence.

Expanded by Biblehub as meaning ‘a being away’.

Used in the sense of ‘absence, deficiency, waste’.

Phonetically ‘ap-oo-see’-ah’. Strictly ‘A poo see here’. In other words, ‘Find a shit here’ perhaps. Applicable to the genetics (see later).

LGBT etc

The rainbow flag has been used by them to justify their actions. They use only 6 of the 7 rainbow colours. Violet is omitted. 3 of the 6 have 6 letters each in English: orange, yellow and indigo.

 I anagrammed the letters of these three. The list generally mixed positive and negative words but include:

wood graining – an imitation of quality woods

All six include:

Boondoggling – something of no real value to nation, see

bewilderingly – their behaviour is bizarre.

rollerblading – not bad in itself but interestingly associated with ‘Gays’, i.e. homosexual men.



biodegrading  – useful in compost but not when society gets rotten


Grey colour, think ‘50 shades of grey’.

Grey is useful as shadow to highlight objects, but can be deadly boring. Satan is many things, including a murderer and a liar; but he is also a deadly bore and makes life dull and lifeless. He is a moron.

Car number plates

You can look these up, but see image below which I saw the other day.

And see also Mark of the Beast coming shortly to a restaurant near you! My restaurant set up in memory and in tribute to Douglas Adams. I make not money out of it, but do read his books; they are very funny and enlightening.


We mustn’t forget that there is an alternative number to 666 in some translations. This is not a mistake or alternative. It is another significant number.

For Covid 19.

Covid 19 in Roman numerals is 100 + 5 + 1 + 500 = 606. 1 + 9 =10. Total 616.

Covid 19  means several other things of course, I have referred to the medical side, and will expand elsewhere in due course.


There you have it. Well, almost. There is one other associated with 666. You see, we now have the Human Genome, an amazing resource. I thought I’d check, or at least an angel suggested it.

I searched for the 666th gene. Here is a link which describes it.

‘…induces apoptosis in transfected cells.’

Please note the word ‘transfected’ used. The meaning of feck is related and explained in link below. See other links for explanations of meanings.

As far as I can tell, we all carry the mark of the beast in our genes; the 666th gene in the human genome project and what I call the death gene.

This came down from Eve, after Satan did the unspeakable act of which I shall speak about elsewhere. Then the truth shall set you free. As the Father’s beautiful Boy, who became a man called, pointed out some time ago.

I think that will do for now. I do have some more, including the mark of the beast which I believe is not as usually supposed. At least, as far as the present situation is concerned.

And now you know, I hope you are freed to act on the final leg of this world order under the rat bag Satan and his cronies.

Any other thoughts just let me know, if you be so kind. I will be glad to give you credit if you wish.

There is in one sense, no one answer. But the genetic one is the prime one as genes are a written code, and ‘In the beginning was the Word’. I have more to say on this in due course but there is only one of me so please be patient!

Won’t be too long now, now that we know, I promise.

And do pass it on, people need to know.

Thank you.

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

P.S. No doubt if you have read the above and think it worth anything you may be interested in this. Mark of the Beast

Or perhaps this. Covid 19 Summary

Monkey pox – the latest

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

7th June, 2022

I am informed that the ‘Monkeypox “Mild” Designation Suddenly Deleted by U.K. Health’ This alert was from America’s Frontline Doctors.

However, I can’t actually find a specific reference to this.

However,  are we all going to panic? No, yawn. Boring. Why do I bother I really don’t know. All these devils about creating chaos, silly twerps.

Oh well, I suppose I had better bestir myself to help the fearful or the cretinous who still haven’t ‘Got it’ yet. Not the virus, the understanding, the wisdom that this monkey pox is merely a whole of monkey business.

And as someone said a monkey pox where the ‘k’ is silent. Yes, that’s right, mon’ey pox. It’s all about the money as usual. Of course, if a few more are harmed or killed, what of it, say big pharma, Bill Gates etc.?

My wife and I have been listening to Radio 4’s excellent series of broadcasts on the Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty. It is truly sickening. They ran a pharmaceutical business responsible for the opioid crisis in the USA. I won’t go into detail now but you can read about some of the family here.

I will point out to those who miss it, they are a Jewish family. But Jews who say they are Jews but are not, but are of the synagogue of Satan.

And if you have not yet understood, it is these so-called Jews of the synagogue of Satan who are the third group in the triumvirate of power of evil in the world.

Anyway, it is a virus. It is probably merely another reworking of another virus, i.e. chemical poison. In this case probably associated with the vaccine poisons and to give the authorities yet another excuse to blame anything but the vaccines.

And for an excuse to try and get the terminally dim to take another vaccine.

The side effects are varied but in essence these are the ‘flu, the internal poisoning of the body. You can’t pass it on and you can’t catch it. You can get it if, for example, you are stupid enough to have a vaccine or unwary about what you eat and drink.

So please don’t be fooled.

As regards various websites I will comment as follows:

1. Music festivals could be monkeypox super-spreader events in summer, experts warn after UK confirms 106 cases


No they won’t be super spreader events, it is only the muck spreading of the likes of the Daily Mail being thick as usual. Or perhaps having been told by the UK government to publish the lie please and we will pay you for the privilege with more taxpayers money.

Will Nutland, a doctor from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is worried. Looks like he contributes to The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.

Well, need I say more? Will Nutland is a complete Nut. As for Tony Bliar he is a liar. Nuff said.

It refers particularly to homosexual activity. Well, I say to fellers, don’t stick your willies where the sun don’t shine anyway, it’s not nice. And don’t ponce around on stage, we don’t need it. If you wish to act, just do a good play instead.

The Human Animal Infections and Risk Surveillance (HAIRS) group panel ‘warned that hedgehogs, rats, mice, squirrels, rabbits and hares could all harbour the virus if monkeypox was to spill into Britain’s wildlife populations.

In households already infected, dogs, cats and other pets will be allowed to stay in the home with their owner but must undergo ‘regular vet checks’ after their isolation period to make sure they do not have the virus.’

Bollox. If your cat is poisoned it is because of something else, rat poison or maybe they have had a vaccine. Vets make money from vaccines, your pets will gain no benefit whatsoever, a great big con.

2.  Monkeypox: Why we should be worried


‘The infection has originated this time not from bats in China, as with the coronavirus, but probably from rodents in Africa.’

Covid 19 was not from bats, it was the awful pollution in Wuhan in winter especially and temperature inversion keeping the foul air in the city.

As to monkey pox and rodents, the only rodents involved are the rats in big pharma causing big harma (sic) sickness via their vile vials etc.

We need pest exterminators to remove these pests once and for all.

‘Serious outbreak must be taken seriously’ A Ben Farmer wrote this tosh in the article, seriously. What a plonker.

The good news is that there is already an effective vaccine against monkeypox. Jabs which were widely delivered to eradicate smallpox, caused by the variola virus, are also up to 85 per cent effective against monkeypox, according to the WHO.

No, you dimbo this is bad news. It means there are yet more poisons for the foolish or gullible to have stuck into their body. Maybe they will survive, maybe they won’t. Of course the vaccine may contain just saline as big pharma quite happy to sell nothing for something.

But don’t worry about the mon’ey pox you won’t get it unless, for example you take the vaccines etc.

3.  Explainer: Why monkeypox cases are spreading in Europe, US


There are a very few cases. Why should you be alarmed? Except alarmed that your government and health authorities are filled with morons. Or evil greedy bastards. Perhaps both. Mmm, yes I’ll go with both.

And be alarmed that MSM is doing its darnedest to scare you witless. Keep your wits, and tell them where to stick their vaccines, articles, stupidity etc.

The article refers to a Jimmy Whitworth. He is reported as saying.

“Historically, there have been very few cases exported. It has only happened eight times in the past before this year,” said Jimmy Whitworth, a professor of international public health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, who said it was “highly unusual”.

Well Jimmy, glad it is highly unusual. Have you worked out the scam yet? Again he is reported as saying.

“My working theory would be that there’s a lot of it about in west and central Africa, travel has resumed, and that’s why we are seeing more cases,”

So that’s a no then, you haven’t worked out the scam yet. Not very bright are you Jimmy. Born in September1955 I see, so nearly 67 years old. And you still don’t understand?? Age hasn’t brought you any wisdom.

Cases are spreading because of the muck spreading by MSM etc. referred to earlier. Also known as lying through your back teeth.


This is good, the link is to Sam Bailey’s video (she is a doctor from New Zealand for those who don’t know, but one who has not doctored the truth unlike too many doctors). ‘Monkeypox Mythology’ is the title of the video


Monkeypox outbreak may persist — but it’s in our power to end it


On account of this, it’s unlikely that monkeypox will suddenly vanish over a short period of time, according to one scientific adviser to the government, who asked not to be name.

“[Curbing the outbreak] will probably take a shift in behaviour which we probably haven’t seen yet,” they said. “I would therefore expect cases to keep increasing, but I’d be surprised if cases get above 1,000 — but that is just an educated guess.”

An educated guess. From  one scientific adviser to the government. No wonder the UK is in such a mess with idiots like this guessing.

Guess what, you twat, you are a twat. That’s not a guess, that’s a fact.

This is the NHS website.

More twats. What a waste of space the NHS is. If NHS doctors haven’t the wit to challenge this misinformation on the NHS website, then they should be booted out.

But I have yet to write in full what I think in general about the NHS and most doctors.

So ‘Monkeypox outbreak may persist — but it’s in our power to end it’.

Yes, turn off the news, throw out the telly, discriminate what you listen too.

Stop monkeying around, love people as yourself.

And don’t forget, load of boll-ox rhymes with mon’ey pox (the ‘k’ is silent/missing).

P.S. If you want to know more about viruses in general and how they relate to Covid 19 this link may be of interest. It is short and sweet in my opinion.

V is for…..Virus

What you might look like if you ‘catch monkey pox!!

The Battle of Midway 4th–7th June 1942

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

5th June, 2022

This took place 80 years ago six months after the attack on Pearl Harbour. It was a major naval engagement between the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN).

It was principally a battle involving aircraft carriers and their compliment of planes; fighters, and dive and torpedo bombers as we well as the invaluable scouting planes.

The 5th June was the most significant, as the Japanese had lost four of its 10 main fleet carriers, although 3 of these were sunk on the 4th. The fourth, the Hiryū, was substantially destroyed but didn’t sink until the 5th.

In was a serious strategic defeat for the IJN from which they would not recover. It was the turning point in the war from the naval perspective but in reality was also the turning point for World War Two in general.

Wikipedia says it was

“one of the most consequential naval engagements in world history, ranking alongside Salamis, Trafalgar, and Tsushima Strait, as both tactically decisive and strategically influential”.


I will approach the post in a similar manner to other war posts I have done, using a play on words. As I have said before, I intend no disrespect to the combatants but as there is more than enough information out on the internet I don’t consider we need another serious approach. Not today in any event.

And any way, we talk about theatres of war so, as all the world’s a stage as Shakespeare wrote, why not some humour to lighten the terror.

I use the Wikipedia link as a template. I do my own version after a block of text. I suggest you can ignore the italics original to avoid it being too long a read, but it is probably useful to have it here so you refer to what the hell I might be taking about.

Don’t forget hell means ‘light’, not a place of darkness and torment. You might consider my twisting of the sound of words as torment though!! If you don’t get the references, just ask me; I shall be happy to clarify.

1          History

1.1      Background

By Createaccount – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

After expanding the war in the Pacific to include Western outposts, the Japanese Empire had attained its initial strategic goals quickly, taking British Hong Kong, the Philippines, British Malaya, Singapore, and the Dutch East Indies (modern Indonesia). The latter, with its vital oil resources, was particularly important to Japan. Because of this, preliminary planning for the second phase of operations commenced as early as January 1942.

Now as I have indicated before the Ja’s Pan Knees had expanded their umpire and achieved lots of goals, although they weren’t playing football.

They had taken Hong Pong, the Phillip Pines, Bright-ish Ma Layer, The Singer poor, and the Dutch East Windy’s. The last mentioned had lots of oil to help the Ja’s Pan Knees grease back their hair, and which their haircraft carriers depended on to help give their crews crew cuts.

I gather the U.S. Navy referred to them as the Crew Cuts Clan, or CCC for short. Because their hair was short, obviously.

Because of strategic disagreements between the Imperial Army (IJA) and Imperial Navy (IJN), and infighting between the Navy’s GHQ and Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto’s Combined Fleet, a follow-up strategy was not formed until April 1942. Admiral Yamamoto finally won the bureaucratic struggle with a thinly veiled threat to resign, after which his plan for the Central Pacific was adopted.

There were strategic disagreements between the Ja’s Pan Knees army and navy, and some infighting due to fighting in the inns, or Ryokans, in Ja’s Pan. Probably drinking too much sake, for goodness sake!

The admirable Is-or-row-coo Hammer-my-toe had a fight with a bureau or biro, I’m not sure which. He threatened to re-sign, re-sign what is not clear. Perhaps this suggests it was a fight with a biro. He created a stink about the ink. Anyway it seems he won.

Yamamoto’s primary strategic goal was the elimination of America’s carrier forces, which he regarded as the principal threat to the overall Pacific campaign. This concern was acutely heightened by the Doolittle Raid on 18 April 1942, in which 16 United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) B-25 Mitchell bombers launched from USS Hornet bombed targets in Tokyo and several other Japanese cities. The raid, while militarily insignificant, was a shock to the Japanese and showed the existence of a gap in the defenses around the Japanese home islands as well as the vulnerability of Japanese territory to American bombers.

Hammer-my-toe’s primary goal was to eliminate the A-merry-cars haircraft carriers. This had become an area of particular concern following the Do Little Raid which did more than first met the eye.

This, and other successful hit-and-run raids by American carriers in the South Pacific, showed that they were still a threat, although seemingly reluctant to be drawn into an all-out battle. Yamamoto reasoned that another air attack on the main U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor would induce all of the American fleet to sail out to fight, including the carriers. However, considering the increased strength of American land-based airpower on the Hawaiian Islands since the 7 December attack the previous year, he judged that it was now too risky to attack Pearl Harbor directly.

I gather the A-merry-can’s haircraft carriers had been undertaking hit-and-run raids, where they would take business away from the Ja’s Pan Knees for a day and then shove off.

As opposed to today where the likes of Amazon muscle in and take it all without so much as a by-your-leave, i.e. you buy from us and the rest of you can leave.

Hammer-my-toe thought another hair attack on Pearl’s Arbour (see Tora, Tora, Tora) would be a good idea, but as the land based air power had increased there he thought better of it.

Instead, Yamamoto selected Midway, a tiny atoll at the extreme northwest end of the Hawaiian Island chain, approximately 1,300 miles (1,100 nautical miles; 2,100 kilometres) from Oahu. This meant that Midway was outside the effective range of almost all of the American aircraft stationed on the main Hawaiian islands. Midway was not especially important in the larger scheme of Japan’s intentions, but the Japanese felt the Americans would consider Midway a vital outpost of Pearl Harbor and would therefore be compelled to defend it vigorously. The U.S. did consider Midway vital: after the battle, the establishment of a U.S. submarine base on Midway allowed submarines operating from Pearl Harbor to refuel and re-provision, extending their radius of operations by 1,200 miles (1,900 km). In addition to serving as a seaplane base, Midway’s airstrips also served as a forward staging point for bomber attacks on Wake Island.

Instead Hammer-my-toe selected Midway, which is a toll point where tolls are taken for crossing the Specific Ocean. And which is roughly equidistant between North A-merry-car and A- seer, hence the name.

The Ja’s Pan Knees thought that although the toll was not that critical in the grand scheme of things for them, the A-merry-cans would consider it important to Pearl’s Arbour. A sort of outlying paradise for Pearl when she fancied a break.

And where you could isolate without worrying about the ‘flu or Covid 19.

See what I mean?

1.1.1  Yamamoto’s plan

Typical of Japanese naval planning during World War II, Yamamoto’s battle plan for taking Midway (named Operation MI) was exceedingly complex. It required the careful and timely coordination of multiple battle groups over hundreds of miles of open sea. His design was also predicated on optimistic intelligence suggesting that USS Enterprise and USS Hornet, forming Task Force 16, were the only carriers available to the U.S. Pacific Fleet. During the Battle of the Coral Sea one month earlier, USS Lexington had been sunk and USS Yorktown suffered so much damage that the Japanese believed she too had been lost. However, following hasty repairs at Pearl Harbor, Yorktown sortied and ultimately played a critical role in the discovery and eventual destruction of the Japanese fleet carriers at Midway. Finally, much of Yamamoto’s planning, coinciding with the general feeling among the Japanese leadership at the time, was based on a gross misjudgment of American morale, which was believed to be debilitated from the string of Japanese victories in the preceding months.

Hammer-my- toe’s battle plan was exceedingly complex. As Murphy’s law states “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”, it is not a good idea to make life too complicated as your ‘cunning plan’ may be scuppered by events.

As regards Hammer-my- toe it assumed that U.S.S. Enter-prize and U.S.S. Hornet (the latter was a type of W.A.S.P. or White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) were the only haircraft carriers available to the U.S. Specific Fleet.

During the battle of the Coral C, sort of like the bun fight at the O.K. Coral,  a month earlier, the U.S.S. Loxingten was sunk and the U.S.S. Your-K-town was so damaged it was thought that she had been lost too.

But in reality, her hair was such a mess after the fight that she didn’t want to come out until she had it properly done by Pearl in her Arbour. Any ladies will understand.

Pearl was so efficient that she was able to book in an appointment and sort most of the important bits out and make her presentable within 72 hours.

Unlike today with the GP’s in the UK were you will struggle to see a doctor in person, let alone have your health problems resolved.

Hammer-my- toe’s planning assumed that A-merry-can’s morale was very poor. This ignored the truth in the name. Merry suggests they are generally upbeat and won’t be beaten, and can because they have a can-do spirit. Obvious really, it’s in the name, A-merry-can do spirit.

The Ja’s Pan Knees had been winning in the preceding months, so perhaps understandable up to a point that they might misjudge the situation. But in reality they had only scratched the surface of the A-merry-can’s capabilities.

Yamamoto felt deception would be required to lure the U.S. fleet into a fatally compromised situation. To this end, he dispersed his forces so that their full extent (particularly his battleships) would be concealed from the Americans prior to battle. Critically, Yamamoto’s supporting battleships and cruisers trailed Vice Admiral Chūichi Nagumo’s carrier force by several hundred miles. They were intended to come up and destroy whatever elements of the U.S. fleet might come to Midway’s defense once Nagumo’s carriers had weakened them sufficiently for a daylight gun battle. This tactic was doctrine in most major navies of the time.

Hammer-my- toe felt that deceiving the A-merry-cans into a fatally compromised situation, such as getting them into a bedroom with hidden cameras would be good.

So he dispersed his forces to help distract and conceal quite how big a force he was assembling. A large force would be much easier to spot and be viewed as a significant threat.

So he decided to have his bottleships and bruisers trail behind the admirable Shoe-itchy Nag-omo’s carrier force by several hundred miles, which seems a very long way off to keep your bouncers which might protect the haircraft carriers.

But then this was the standard tactic at the time as haircraft carriers were very good at messing up the enemy’s hair. As ships are all considered female by men, ladies will understand that having your hair messed up can put you out of sorts and no good for anything.

But not all ladies think this way, which is just as well.

Anyway, once the haircraft carriers had done their bit, the bottleships and bruisers could move in to finish the job.

What Yamamoto did not know was that the U.S. had broken parts of the main Japanese naval code (dubbed JN-25 by the Americans), divulging many details of his plan to the enemy. His emphasis on dispersal also meant none of his formations were in a position to support the others. For instance, despite the fact that Nagumo’s carriers were expected to carry out strikes against Midway and bear the brunt of American counterattacks, the only warships in his fleet larger than the screening force of twelve destroyers were two Kongō-class fast battleships, two heavy cruisers, and one light cruiser. By contrast, Yamamoto and Kondo had between them two light carriers, five battleships, four heavy cruisers, and two light cruisers, none of which saw action at Midway. The light carriers of the trailing forces and Yamamoto’s three battleships were unable to keep pace with the carriers of the Kidō Butai[nb 1] and so could not have sailed in company with them. The Kido Butai would sail into range at best speed so as to increase the chance of surprise, and would not have ships spread out across the ocean guiding the enemy toward it. If the other parts of the invasion force needed more defense, the Kido Butai would make best speed to defend them. Hence the slower ships could not be with the Kido Butai. The distance between Yamamoto and Kondo’s forces and Nagumo’s carriers had grave implications during the battle. The invaluable reconnaissance capability of the scout planes carried by the cruisers and carriers, as well as the additional antiaircraft capability of the cruisers and the other two battleships of the Kongō-class in the trailing forces, was unavailable to Nagumo.

What Hammer-my- toe did not know was that the A-merry-cans had broken part of the Ja’s Pan Knees code, a.k.a. ‘A code in de doze’ which is what you sound like when you are all bunged up. ‘A cold in the nose’ as we would understand it.

A.k.a. Covid 19 or the ‘flu in some quarters although really these are a more severe variant of a cold.

Dispersing his forces meant that they could not be called upon to help each other quickly, and by the time might arrive it would be too late.

The problem was that Nag-omo had only two bottle bruisers, a cross between a bottleship and a bruiser (but not a cross-dresser), two heavy bruisers and one light bruiser.

Whereas Hammer-my- toe and admirable No-butt-ache Kan-do had two light haircraft carriers, five bottleships, four heavy bruisers, and two light bruisers between them which would take no part in the fight.

Despite being light, the haircraft carriers were too slow to keep up with Nag-omo’s force and Hammer-my- toe’s three bottleships were also too slow anyway being big and heavy.

The Fast carrier force or Kid-o Butt-aye, or the ‘cool kid’ as it was known, was fast enough to sail to the help of the other parts more quickly. But as the main thrust was via this force, lacking the additional support would have grave consequences during the fight.

Grave as in watery grave of course.  Watery gravy is not nice as I am sure you know.

The lack of the other groups scouts who could scour the ocean for signs of the enemy and reduced anti-haircraft cap-abilities (i.e. unable to provide additional caps to protect the heads of Nag-omo’s force from bird dropping etc.) would be fatal.

1.1.2  Aleutian invasion

In order to obtain support from the Imperial Japanese Army for the Midway operation, the Imperial Japanese Navy agreed to support their invasion of the United States through the Aleutian Islands of Attu and Kiska, part of the organized incorporated Alaska Territory. The IJA occupied these islands to place the Japanese home islands out of range of U.S. land-based bombers in Alaska. Similarly, most Americans feared that the occupied islands would be used as bases for Japanese bombers to attack strategic targets and population centers along the West Coast of the United States. The Japanese operations in the Aleutians (Operation AL) removed yet more ships that could otherwise have augmented the force striking Midway. Whereas many earlier historical accounts considered the Aleutians operation as a feint to draw American forces away, according to the original Japanese battle plan, AL was intended to be launched simultaneously with the attack on Midway. A one-day delay in the sailing of Nagumo’s task force resulted in Operation AL beginning a day before the Midway attack.

Probably little known, is the A-loo-shun invasion. These were some frankly rather shitty islands off Alaska where the weather is foul and life is shitty on them.

Unless you are used to that sort of life and like the isolation and usually cold weather. And the rain, as the main settlement is ‘Unalaska, with about 250 rainy days per year, is said to be one of the rainiest places within the U.S.’


This was a faint by the ladies in the group who, while fainting hoped to draw A-merry-can forces away. But in reality the A-merry-can’s didn’t respond as hoped; not as gallant as the Ja’s Pan Knees hoped perhaps.

A similar thing happens today in the Ukraine as people are distracted by this war which is a feint, while the real battles are going on nearer to home and will prove significant.

1.2      Prelude

1.2.1  American reinforcements

To do battle with an enemy expected to muster four or five carriers, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas, needed every available flight deck. He already had Vice Admiral William Halsey’s two-carrier (Enterprise and Hornet) task force at hand, though Halsey was stricken with severe dermatitis and had to be replaced by Rear Admiral Raymond A. Spruance, Halsey’s escort commander. Nimitz also hurriedly recalled Rear Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher’s task force, including the carrier Yorktown, from the South West Pacific Area.

Now the man in charge of the A-merry-cans was an admirable No-mitts who had a chest with a W on it I gather. He was called No-mitts as he had a hands- off approach to operational matters. Either that or he didn’t wear gloves.

He had an admirable vice called Will-I-am Hall-see, who was also a bull I understand. Probably a bull in a China shop as he made a bit of a mess in the South China Sea. That is a vice of course.

Hall-see had doormat-tight-is, a rather curious affliction where his door mat was too tight fitting and was very irritating.

So he had to be replace by a rear admirable Ray-mon Da Spew-ants, who looked good from the rear rather than the front it appears. But looking at the photos of him online, I can’t see why. Never mind.

Despite estimates that Yorktown, damaged in the Battle of the Coral Sea, would require several months of repairs at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, her elevators were intact and her flight deck largely so. The Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard worked around the clock, and in 72 hours she was restored to a battle-ready state, judged good enough for two or three weeks of operations, as Nimitz required. Her flight deck was patched, and whole sections of internal frames were cut out and replaced. Repairs continued even as she sortied, with work crews from the repair ship USS Vestal, herself damaged in the attack on Pearl Harbor six months earlier, still aboard.

U.S.S. Your-K-town had quite a few buildings demolished in the Coral C fight, and would several months of rebuilding work, but the elevators in the buildings lost were, amazingly, still standing. And for a haircraft carrier, her fly tzedek was largely intact.

Now No-Mitts needed her for the fight ahead, and so Pearl in her arbour worked around the clock (which was in the way) and managed to sort out Your-K-town’s hair capabilities and make her presentable, if not good as new.

Pearl being an obliging woman, even was sorting her out as she sortied from Pearl’s Arbor, ably supported by a Vestal virgin I think.

Yorktown’s partially depleted air group was rebuilt using whatever planes and pilots could be found. Scouting Five (VS-5) was replaced with Bombing Three (VB-3) from USS Saratoga. Torpedo Five (VT-5) was also replaced by Torpedo Three (VT-3). Fighting Three (VF-3) was reconstituted to replace VF-42 with sixteen pilots from VF-42 and eleven pilots from VF-3, with Lieutenant Commander John S. “Jimmy” Thach in command. Some of the aircrew were inexperienced, which may have contributed to an accident in which Thach’s executive officer Lieutenant Commander Donald Lovelace was killed.[34] Despite efforts to get Saratoga (which had been undergoing repairs on the American West Coast) ready, the need to resupply and assemble sufficient escorts meant she was unable to reach Midway until after the battle.[35]

Your-K-town’s hair was made good using planes and pies, lots of them – she was quite hungry after the fight at the Coral C. Using planes seems a bit drastic on one’s hair, but I suppose if you haven’t got suitable clippers, a plane is the next best thing.

Five scouts were replaced by 3 bummers. Seeing as scouts ‘do their best’ and bummers are, well, just bummers this doesn’t’ make sense. The bummers came from a Sarah Toga, I suppose she wanted to get rid of them and was glad of an excuse.

5 tor-pedos were replace by 3 tor-pedos. As ‘pedos’ is farts in Spanish, I imagine this is a good thing. After all, the methane produced is flammable, and that could be dangerous in a fight.

On the other hand it could be a ‘secret weapon’ to be released on the enemy when he least expects it,

Like Joe Biden, the old fart, who was installed like a toilet as POTUS in 2021. No one in their right minds expected that. Except probably Donald Trump.

Those in their left minds, mainly women it seems, thought it perfectly reasonable. Such as Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris for example. Where they left their minds is anybody’s guess. In the toilet whilst doing their toilet no doubt.

The ‘Fighting three’ was remade to replace VF-42 with 16 and 11 lots of pies, or 27 pies in total which is a lot of pies. But then Your-K-Town was a big girl, so how else could she maintain her figure?

Please note 42 for those that want to make up a question to this ultimate answer. See this for more information.

This is the VT-42 insignia. It looks quite mad. If anybody can explain what is on its feet I would be grateful. They sort of look like planes to me.

It had been hoped that Sarah Toga would be ready to make it to the fight at Midway, but her toga was in such a mess there just wasn’t time.

And anyway, she needed lots of men to escort her, and they couldn’t be found in time.

On Midway, by 4 June the U.S. Navy had stationed four squadrons of PBYs—31 aircraft in total—for long-range reconnaissance duties, and six brand-new Grumman TBF Avengers from Hornet’s VT-8.[36] The Marine Corps stationed 19 Douglas SBD Dauntless, seven F4F-3 Wildcats, 17 Vought SB2U Vindicators, and 21 Brewster F2A Buffalos. The USAAF contributed a squadron of 17 B-17 Flying Fortresses and four Martin B-26 Marauders equipped with torpedoes: in total 126 aircraft. Although the F2As and SB2Us were already obsolete, they were the only aircraft available to the Marine Corps at the time.

On Midway the U.S. Navy had 4 squat-Rons (like Mac-Rons, only far more useful) for lone ranger activities. There were also 6 brand-new Grim-men Avengers from the Hornet.

Please note she, the Hornet, was excellent at the stinging remark. She was also known by hair nickname ‘The Hairnet), which would come in handy for keeping her hair in one place during the fight.

There were also 19 Dugless Dawn tea lassies, or DD for short. Some lassies have DD’s (ahem). There were 7 wild cats, 17 Thought Windicators for indicating whether one was thinking of turning left or right and 21 Brew-star Buff-hellos for greeting people with a nice brew, tea or coffee.

There were also 17 Flying Four-tresses for plaiting the hair into tresses or pig-tails, and 4 Martin Ma-Orders for ordering whatever you wanted ordered.

1.2.2  Japanese shortcomings

During the Battle of the Coral Sea one month earlier, the Japanese light carrier Shōhō had been sunk, while the fleet carrier Shōkaku had been severely damaged by three bomb hits and was in drydock for months of repair. Although the fleet carrier Zuikaku escaped the battle undamaged, she had lost almost half her air group, and was in port in Kure awaiting replacement planes and pilots. That there were none immediately available is attributable to the failure of the IJN crew training program, which already showed signs of being unable to replace losses. Instructors from the Yokosuka Air Corps were employed in an effort to make up the shortfall.[38]

The Ja’s Pan Knees had a number of shortcomings. This was because they were relatively short in stature compared to the A-merry-cans. They also had short combings because their hair was short.

They also had short coamings on their ships as if they had tall coamings, they would have had more difficulty getting in and out of their ships.

Now, in the fight at the Coral C, the light haircraft carrier So-ho had been sunk, and the flea-T haircraft carrier Shock A. Coo severely damaged by 3 bums.

The flea-T haircraft carrier Zoe Cacku was undamaged, but lost almost half of her hair which was pulled out in the fight. She was having some port as a cure I believe whilst someone made her a wig to replace the lost hair.

Historians Jonathan Parshall and Anthony Tully believe that by combining the surviving aircraft and pilots from Shōkaku and Zuikaku, it is likely that Zuikaku could have been equipped with almost a full composite air group. They also note, however, that doing so would have violated Japanese carrier doctrine, which stressed that carriers and their air groups must train as a single unit. (In contrast, American air squadrons were considered interchangeable between carriers.) In any case, the Japanese apparently made no serious attempt to get Zuikaku ready for the forthcoming battle.

There are those who think that combining the haircraft from Shock A. Coo and Zoe Cacku would have been sufficient to make one wig for Zoe Cacku.

However, they have also noted that this would have violated the Ja’s Pan Knees carrier Doc Trine’s principles, that each carrier must train as one unit, unlike the A-merry-cans. Good in theory but not so good in wartime.

Rather like doctors nowadays not being ‘allowed’ to use Ivermectin to treat patients for Covid 19/the ‘flu, despite the fact it clearly works for many people.

Anyway, it seems they weren’t too bothered; perhaps they thought they were strong enough already and the A-merry-cans were a feeble, demoralised, bunch. Got that wrong didn’t they. Never underestimate your enemy’s capabilities of recuperation.

Thus, Carrier Division 5, consisting of the two most advanced aircraft carriers of the Kido Butai, was not available, which meant that Vice-Admiral Nagumo had only two-thirds of the fleet carriers at his disposal: Kaga and Akagi forming Carrier Division 1 and Hiryū and Sōryū making up Carrier Division 2. This was partly due to fatigue; Japanese carriers had been constantly on operations since 7 December 1941, including raids on Darwin and Colombo.[40] Nonetheless, the First Carrier Strike Force sailed with 248 available aircraft on the four carriers (60 on Akagi, 74 on Kaga (B5N2 squadron oversized), 57 on Hiryū and 57 on Sōryū).[41]

Thus the carrier Division 5 which contained the two most skilled haircraft carriers of the Kid-o Butt-aye were not available which meant the admirable Nag—mo had only two-thirds of the flea-T carriers at his disposal.

These were A car guy and Gaga in carrier Division 1, and Saw you and How are you in Division 2.

I gather this was due to a fat ague, a type of illness that afflicts the obese. Like Covid 19/the ‘flu.

It is said that the haircraft carriers had constant operations, at least I think that’s what they meant, since 7th December 1941. This included hair raids of Charles Darwin and Columbo, a.k.a Peter Falk (R.I.P.).

The main Japanese carrier-borne strike aircraft were the D3A1 “Val” dive bomber and the B5N2 “Kate”, which was used either as a torpedo bomber or as a level bomber. The main carrier fighter was the fast and highly maneuverable A6M “Zero”. For a variety of reasons, production of the “Val” had been drastically reduced, while that of the “Kate” had been stopped completely and, as a consequence, there were none available to replace losses. In addition, many of the aircraft being used during the June 1942 operations had been operational since late November 1941 and, although they were well-maintained, many were almost worn out and had become increasingly unreliable. These factors meant all carriers of the Kido Butai had fewer aircraft than their normal complement, with few spare aircraft or parts stored in the carriers’ hangars.

As with the fight at Pearl’s Arbour, the haircraft available were called Val and Kate as dive bummers (who would dive into disreputable dives or night clubs), and tor-pedos or a level bummer respectively.

With all the operations on them they were getting worn out, and rather unreliable, so one sympathises.

In addition, Nagumo’s carrier force suffered from several defensive deficiencies which gave it, in Mark Peattie’s words, a “‘glass jaw’: it could throw a punch but couldn’t take one.”  Japanese carrier anti-aircraft guns and associated fire control systems had several design and configuration deficiencies which limited their effectiveness. The IJN’s fleet combat air patrol (CAP) consisted of too few fighter aircraft and was hampered by an inadequate early warning system, including a lack of radar. Poor radio communications with the fighter aircraft inhibited effective command and control of the CAP. The carriers’ escorting warships were deployed as visual scouts in a ring at long range, not as close anti-aircraft escorts, as they lacked training, doctrine, and sufficient anti-aircraft guns.

Also Nag-omo’s carriers could throw a punch but not take one, due to their glass draws or pantaloons. Such things are obviously unsuitable in a fight as I’m sure any ladies reading this post will understand.

Their carriers anti-haircraft buns, tied in a bun on their heads, were not sufficient protection from being bopped on the head.

Added to this was the fact that their caps were limited. They just didn’t have enough caps to go round.

And they didn’t have Ray Darr, who was excellent at spotting trouble looming ahead. Their communications was poor limited to hand signals which were easily misinterpreted.

The carriers’ escorts, the males, were in a ring a long way off which seems odd for escorts as you would have thought they would be close at hand to help the ladies in a haircraft fight.

Japanese strategic scouting arrangements prior to the battle were also in disarray. A picket line of Japanese submarines was late getting into position (partly because of Yamamoto’s haste), which let the American carriers reach their assembly point northeast of Midway (known as “Point Luck”) without being detected. A second attempt at reconnaissance, using four-engine H8K “Emily” flying boats to scout Pearl Harbor prior to the battle and detect whether the American carriers were present, part of Operation K, was thwarted when Japanese submarines assigned to refuel the search aircraft discovered that the intended refueling point—a hitherto deserted bay off French Frigate Shoals—was now occupied by American warships because the Japanese had carried out an identical mission in March. Thus, Japan was deprived of any knowledge concerning the movements of the American carriers immediately before the battle.

The Ja’s Pan Knees scouts were in Diss, Aray, as opposed to Diss in Norfolk, England. This was still not the place they were meant to be. The sub-Maureens were late because Hammer-my- toe was hasty, and so the A-merry-cans reached a point where they weren’t detected.

Four N. Djinns all called Emily were supposed to scout Pearl’s Arbour to see if the A-merry-cans carriers were present (part of Operation Qué?, meaning ‘what?’ in Spanish). However, they were unable to refuel because the refuelling point was now occupied by A-merry-can were-ships.

This was because the Ja’s Pan Knees had carried out an identical mission in March. This was of course very fuelish (sic). It is no good assuming you can do the same thing twice, as your enemy may not be that dumb.

Unless perhaps you are democrat, for example, voting for Joe Biden whose long career has being littered with gaffs and lies.

In which case getting them to play Russian roulette with their body by keeping on injecting vaccines will work, even though earlier vaccines have clearly made them ill.

Japanese radio intercepts did notice an increase in both American submarine activity and message traffic. This information was in Yamamoto’s hands prior to the battle. Japanese plans were not changed; Yamamoto, at sea in Yamato, assumed Nagumo had received the same signal from Tokyo, and did not communicate with him by radio, so as not to reveal his position. These messages were, contrary to earlier historical accounts, also received by Nagumo before the battle began. For reasons which remain unclear, Nagumo did not alter his plans or take additional precautions.

The Ja’s Pan Knees did note an increase in radio traffic, where the traffic on the Roads was moving alone with its radios on full blast which should have been a warning sign the A-merry-cans were on the move.

But the Ja’s Pan Knees did not review their plans in the light of this. Always sensible to at least make contingencies.

And don’t forget pride comes before a fall. Just like Pride marches come in the summer before the Fall, or autumn in the UK. They will fall too, these Pride marches.

1.2.3  U.S. code-breaking

Admiral Nimitz had one critical advantage: U.S. cryptanalysts had partially broken the Japanese Navy’s JN-25b code. Since early 1942, the U.S. had been decoding messages stating that there would soon be an operation at objective “AF”. It was initially not known where “AF” was, but Commander Joseph Rochefort and his team at Station HYPO were able to confirm that it was Midway: Captain Wilfred Holmes devised a ruse of telling the base at Midway (by secure undersea cable) to broadcast an uncoded radio message stating that Midway’s water purification system had broken down. Within 24 hours, the code breakers picked up a Japanese message that “AF was short on water”. No Japanese radio operators who intercepted the message seemed concerned that the Americans were broadcasting uncoded that a major naval installation close to the Japanese threat ring was having a water shortage, which could have tipped off Japanese intelligence officers that it was a deliberate attempt at deception.

The admirable No-mitts had a critical advantage; the nail sisters in the crypt had partly broken the Ja’s Pan Knees code. This was the ‘code in the doze’ referred to earlier.

There was a chap called Joe Rochefort who was the big cheese at the HYPO station where they dealt with cases of hypochondria. Such as with people who think they are going to die from Covid 19 and have a vaccine or anti-viral pill which might do the trick.

A Will Fred Homes, a property developer, pretended that Midway was suffering a water shortage and sent a message to that effect without a ‘code’. As you will know, a ‘code’ makes one speak rather peculiarly and can make it difficult for people to understand you.

Apparently the Ja’s Pan Knees Ray D. O’Pereighter was not concerned that the A-merry-cans were telling a fib by not having a ‘code’ or even a sniffle as everyone was having them back then.

HYPO was also able to determine the date of the attack as either 4 or 5 June, and to provide Nimitz with a complete IJN order of battle.

HYPO was able to get under the skin of the Ja’s Pan Knees and determine that they would be making a date for the 5th or 6th with June whoever she was.

Japan had a new codebook, but its introduction had been delayed, enabling HYPO to read messages for several crucial days; the new code, which took several days to be cracked, came into use on 24 May, but the important breaks had already been made.

Ja’s Pan had devised or new ‘codebook’ or variant as we might call them nowadays. Like monkey pox for example. Although this has been around for a while anyway and is a load of boll-pox or something like that.

As a result, the Americans entered the battle with a good picture of where, when, and in what strength the Japanese would appear. Nimitz knew that the Japanese had negated their numerical advantage by dividing their ships into four separate task groups, so widely separated that they were essentially unable to support each other. This dispersal resulted in few fast ships being available to escort the Carrier Striking Force, thus reducing the number of anti-aircraft guns protecting the carriers. Nimitz calculated that the aircraft on his three carriers, plus those on Midway Island, gave the U.S. rough parity with Yamamoto’s four carriers, mainly because American carrier air groups were larger than Japanese ones. The Japanese, by contrast, remained largely unaware of their opponent’s true strength and dispositions even after the battle began.

As a result, the A-merry-cans had a good picture of where, when and what the Ja’s Pan Knees would do. Rather like anticipating the next move of big pharma/governments to try and fool people today. We know what you are doing dipsticks.

Anyway, knowing that the Ja’s Pan Knees had spilt their forces into four groups which could not, in essence, support each other meant that No-mitts worked out his haircraft would roughly match the Ja’s Pan Knees haircraft.

Which goes to show that what you know is very useful in a war, not just who you know, let alone knowing the WHO.

Although knowing the WHO is a corrupted organisation is very helpful.

1.3      Battle

1.3.1  Order of battle

You can look up the full detail via Wikipedia and I won’t bother to go into the detail of the surface ships but in essence these included:

Haircraft carriers – these were called flat tops, a type of hair do.

Ja’s Pan people had various bottleships, bruisers and des Troyers

The main haircraft carriers

A car guy 


saw you   

How are you

The haircraft were

‘Vals’ – Itchy dive bummers – these were always itching to get at the enemy

‘Kates’ – Knackered Jims torpedo bummers – Editor’s note: these were obsolete by 1941!!!

Zero fighters – zero or nought fighters, although bizarrely there were quite a lot of them.

‘Judy’ dive bummers

‘Jake’ floats who floated around looking for trouble

‘Dave’ float who floated around looking for trouble

A-merry-cans had various bruisers and des Troyers

The main haircraft carriers


Hornet or hairnet


A-merry-cans haircraft included:

Grim-men wild cat fighters

Dugless Dawn-tea-lasses dive bummers

Dugless De vast taters tor-pedo bummers. They were very large potatoes or ‘taters’.

Midway Garrison

As well as some of the above they had:

Brew-star Buff-hellos

Thought Windicators dive bummers

The cats for scouting. They could cope with the water which is very unusual for cats.

Martin Ma order medium bummer

Bowing Flying Four tresses – these were bendy haircraft with four tresses or plaits.

1.3.2  Initial air attacks

At about 09:00 on 3 June, Ensign Jack Reid, piloting a PBY from U.S. Navy patrol squadron VP-44,[59] spotted the Japanese Occupation Force 500 nautical miles (580 miles; 930 kilometers) to the west-southwest of Midway. He mistakenly reported this group as the Main Force.[60]

At about 9:00 on the 3rd June (2 Junes had come along before her), and N-sign as opposed to a V-sign was made by Jack Reed who was in charge of a PB, why I don’t know.

He spotted the Ja’s Pan Knees Occupation Team 500 nought-tickle miles to the south-west of Midway. He thought this was the main team but it wasn’t.

Nine B-17s took off from Midway at 12:30 for the first air attack. Three hours later, they found Tanaka’s transport group 570 nautical miles (660 miles; 1,060 kilometers) to the west.[61]

Nine Flying Four-tresses took off to make the first hair attack to give the Ja’s Pan Knees crews a crew cut.

Harassed by heavy anti-aircraft fire, they dropped their bombs. Although their crews reported hitting four ships,[61] none of the bombs actually hit anything and no significant damage was inflicted.[62] Early the following morning, the Japanese oil tanker Akebono Maru sustained the first hit when a torpedo from an attacking PBY struck her around 01:00. This was the only successful air-launched torpedo attack by the U.S. during the entire battle.[62]

The Ja’s Pan Knees did not take kindly to this, so put up a fight. The Four-tresses dropped their bums and although they thought they hit four ships, they didn’t, and didn’t even get close enough to damp down the crew’s hair.

However, the following morning the Ja’s Pan Knees Olly Tanker, Ache-bono Ma-are-you got hit by a tor-pedo, a type of long sandwich like a submarine. This was noticeable as the only hair lunched torpedo thrown at the Ja’s Pan Knees during the entire battle which seems pretty pathetic.

At 04:30 on 4 June, Nagumo launched his initial attack on Midway itself, consisting of 36 Aichi D3A dive bombers and 36 Nakajima B5N torpedo bombers, escorted by 36 Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. At the same time, he launched his seven search aircraft (2 “Kates” from Akagi and Kaga, 4 “Jakes” from Tone and Chikuma, and 1 short range “Dave” from battleship Haruna; an eighth aircraft from the heavy cruiser Tone launched 30 minutes late). Japanese reconnaissance arrangements were flimsy, with too few aircraft to adequately cover the assigned search areas, laboring under poor weather conditions to the northeast and east of the task force. As Nagumo’s bombers and fighters were taking off, 11 PBYs were leaving Midway to run their search patterns. At 05:34, a PBY reported sighting two Japanese carriers and another spotted the inbound airstrike 10 minutes later.[63]

On the 4th June who passed by, Nag-omo lunched his initial attack on Midway with 36 itchy dive bummers, 36 knackered Jims torpedo bummers and 36 Zero fighters. I have said before that 36 zeros are still zero, so it is all rather odd.

Anyway, he also had lunch with 2 Kates, 4 Jakes and a Dave who would go scouting. Someone else also had lunch but it was a late lunch and we don’t seem to know what he/she was called.

The scouting arrangements were flimsy to cover such a large area of ‘sy’ or sea especially when the weather was poor. I assume it was pooring with rain, but it doesn’t say.

By contrast, 11 PB’s, why I still don’t know, left Midway with their search patterns with which they could create a nice garment as they looked around.  One sighted two Ja’s Pan Knees and another spotted the strike 10 minutes later.

Midway’s radar picked up the enemy at a distance of several miles, and interceptors were scrambled. Unescorted bombers headed off to attack the Japanese carriers, their fighter escorts remaining behind to defend Midway. At 06:20, Japanese carrier aircraft bombed and heavily damaged the U.S. base. Midway-based Marine fighters led by Major Floyd B. Parks, which included six F4Fs and 20 F2As,[64] intercepted the Japanese and suffered heavy losses, though they managed to destroy four B5Ns, as well as a single A6M. Within the first few minutes, two F4Fs and 13 F2As were destroyed, while most of the surviving U.S. planes were damaged, with only two remaining airworthy. American anti-aircraft fire was intense and accurate, destroying three additional Japanese aircraft and damaging many more.[65]

Midway’s Ray Darr picked up the enemy at a distance of several miles, which just shows how long his arms were. Interceptors were scrambled (these were presumably eggs for breakfast), whilst unescorted bummers went off to have ‘words’ with the Ja’s Pan Knees carriers.

The Ja’s Pan Knees haircraft heavily damaged the US base, i.e. kicked their bottoms very hard as a base is a bottom of course. The Midway based fighters fought the Ja’s Pan Knees but suffered heavy losses, but did not leave the Ja’s Pan Knees unscathed.

And the anti-haircraft fire was in tents which kept the tents warm. It also burnt the Ja’s Pan Knees who entered the tents, three being burnt to a crisp and many others being damaged.

Of the 108 Japanese aircraft involved in this attack, 11 were destroyed (including three that ditched), 14 were heavily damaged, and 29 were damaged to some degree. The initial Japanese attack did not succeed in neutralizing Midway: American bombers could still use the airbase to refuel and attack the Japanese invasion force, and most of Midway’s land-based defenses similarly remained intact. Japanese pilots reported to Nagumo that a second aerial attack on Midway’s defenses would be necessary if troops were to go ashore by 7 June.[66]

The Ja’s Pan Knees had half of the attacking force damaged to some degree, and did not put Midway into neutral. The Ja’s Pan Knees pilots reported that a second hairy el attack would be required if troops were to go ashore for sure. On the foreshore of course.

Having taken off prior to the Japanese attack, American bombers based on Midway made several attacks on the Japanese carrier force. These included six Grumman Avengers, detached to Midway from Hornet’s VT-8 (Midway was the combat debut of both VT-8 and the TBF); Marine Scout-Bombing Squadron 241 (VMSB-241), consisting of 11 SB2U-3s and 16 SBDs, plus four USAAF B-26s of the 18th Reconnaissance and 69th Bomb Squadrons armed with torpedoes, and 15 B-17s of the 31st, 72nd, and 431st Bomb Squadrons. The Japanese repelled these attacks and the attacking force, losing only three Zero fighters while destroying five TBFs, two SB2Us, eight SBDs, and two B-26s.[67][68] Among the dead was Major Lofton R. Henderson of VMSB-241, killed while leading his inexperienced Dauntless squadron into action. The main airfield at Guadalcanal was named after him in August 1942.[69]

The A-merry-can bummers made several attacks on the Ja’s Pan Knees carriers, but these were repelled as they were not wanted. The Ja’s Pan Knees lost three Zero’s, but this is still zero. Very confusing.

The A-merry-cans lost 17 bummers which is a lot of bummers. And as one might say, a bit of a bummer for the A-merry-cans.

One B-26, piloted by Lieutenant James Muri, after dropping his torpedo and searching for a safer escape route, flew directly down the length of Akagi while being chased by interceptors and anti-aircraft fire, which had to hold their fire to avoid hitting their own flagship. As it flew down the length of the ship, the B-26 strafed Akagi, killing two men.[70][71] Another B-26, which had been seriously damaged by anti-aircraft fire, didn’t pull out of its run, and instead headed directly for Akagi’s bridge.[72] The aircraft, either attempting a suicide ramming, or out of control due to battle damage or a wounded or killed pilot, narrowly missed crashing into the carrier’s bridge, which could have killed Nagumo and his command staff, before it cartwheeled into the sea.[73] This experience may well have contributed to Nagumo’s determination to launch another attack on Midway, in direct violation of Yamamoto’s order to keep the reserve strike force armed for anti-ship operations.[74]

A Martin ma-order under the control of a Maori called James dropped his torpedo and strafed the A Car Guy on the way out.

Another Martin ma-order who  was running at the A Car Guy headed for the island where those in charge were playing bridge. He did a cartwheel into the sea which was impressive.

Nag-omo was so impressed it is thought that this encouraged him to have another lunch on Midway, although this violated Hammer-my-toe’s order to keep something in reserve. That is, not to have lunch too often as this is greedy.

While the air strikes from Midway were going on, the American submarine Nautilus (Lt. Commander William Brockman) found herself near the Japanese fleet, attracting attention from the escorts. Around 08:20, she made an unsuccessful torpedo attack on a battleship and then had to dive to evade the escorts.[75] At 09:10, she launched a torpedo at a cruiser and again had to dive to evade the escorts, with destroyer Arashi spending considerable time chasing Nautilus.

In the meantime a naughty lass, an A-merry-can submarine, a type of long sandwich as mentioned before, found herself near the Ja’s Pan Knees feet which attracted the escorts attention who were still hungry.

She tried throwing a torpedo at a bottleship but that didn’t work and had to go into a dive to avoid the escorts. It is dimly lit in a dive so this was helpful.

She tried again at a bruiser, with one persistent Des Troyer spending much time chasing her. He obviously was very hungry.

1.3.3  Nagumo’s dilemma

In accordance with Yamamoto’s orders for Operation MI, Admiral Nagumo had kept half of his aircraft in reserve. These comprised two squadrons each of dive bombers and torpedo bombers. The dive bombers were as yet unarmed (this was doctrinal: dive bombers were to be armed on the flight deck). The torpedo bombers were armed with torpedoes should any American warships be located.

Nag-omo had a problem; he didn’t know whether to dial Emma or not for advice. Indeed, he didn’t know whether to dial Emma for murder either.

Hammer-my- toe had given orders to keep half of the haircraft in reserve. The dive bummers were as yet unarmed, as their arms had been removed for safe keeping (I assume they were artificial arms).

Apparently this has to do with Doc Trinal who said they must do this, as otherwise they were at risk of catching Covid, or the ‘flu as it was known then.

And not dissimilar to today when ladies, who have a diagnosis of breast cancer, are told they will need to have their breasts removed to prevent cancer.

As opposed to detoxifying themselves of the toxins that probably caused the problem in the first place. Or a misdiagnosis which is common.

But then far too many are just a load of tits nowadays. The doctors that is.

At 07:15, Nagumo ordered his reserve planes to be re-armed with contact-fused general-purpose bombs for use against land targets. This was a result of the attacks from Midway, as well as of the morning flight leader’s recommendation of a second strike. Re-arming had been underway for about 30 minutes when, at 07:40, the delayed scout plane from Tone signaled that it had sighted a sizable American naval force to the east, but neglected to specify its composition. Later evidence suggests Nagumo did not receive the sighting report until 08:00.

Nag-omo ordered his reserve planes to have confused bums fitted as arms which doesn’t seem very handy to me. Apparently these would be good against L.A. And-argets although it sounds rather confusing to me.

In the middle of rearming with bums there was a signal from Tony, one of the heavy brusiers. He said that there was a large A-merry-can navel force to the east with exposed belly buttons but neglected to say if they were male or female or what size, hair colour etc.

Not dissimilar to today where there are people who can’t define a women let alone a man. Such as Judge Jackson in the U.S.A. who I believe is a woman, although you can’t be 100% sure nowadays.

As she says she is not a biologist, perhaps she is not a woman either.

Possibly she is just confused as so many women can be. But then she is a Democrat, so we understand things are hard for them in the Brain Department.

Nagumo quickly reversed his order to re-arm the bombers with general-purpose bombs and demanded that the scout plane ascertain the composition of the American force. Another 20–40 minutes elapsed before Tone’s scout finally radioed the presence of a single carrier in the American force. This was one of the carriers from Task Force 16. The other carrier was not sighted.

Nag-omo reversed his order and said put G.P, or jeep, bums on instead. Tony was asked to clarify the position and after some delay he said he could see only one carrier.

Nagumo was now in a quandary. Rear Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi, leading Carrier Division 2 (Hiryū and Sōryū), recommended that Nagumo strike immediately with the forces at hand: 16 Aichi D3A1 dive bombers on Sōryū and 18 on Hiryū, and half the ready cover patrol aircraft. Nagumo’s opportunity to hit the American ships was now limited by the imminent return of his Midway strike force. The returning strike force needed to land promptly or it would have to ditch into the sea. Because of the constant flight deck activity associated with combat air patrol operations during the preceding hour, the Japanese never had an opportunity to position (“spot”) their reserve planes on the flight deck for launch.

Nag-omo was now in a Quan Derry, rather like a Tie Quan do, the martial art. Only he was not sure what to do, do up his tie or not as it were. He had doubts which were nagging him, hence his name.

The admirable rear, Tar-man Yah-ma-guchi, who wore expensive shoes from Italy and in charge of carrier Division 2, advised going on strike immediately, although going on strike doesn’t seem very helpful.

Especially as the force already on strike on Midway were returning soon for lunch I gather. And if the decks weren’t cleared, they would have to turn to drink, or ditch in the drink or sea as they say, and they wouldn’t be fit for anything for the rest of the day.

And because the Ja’s Pan Knees were maintaining their caps due to the shortage of caps referred to earlier, the reserve planes hadn’t had had their lunch yet. What a to-do.

The few aircraft on the Japanese flight decks at the time of the attack were either defensive fighters or, in the case of Sōryū, fighters being spotted to augment the combat air patrol.[85] Spotting his flight decks and launching aircraft would have required at least 30 minutes. Furthermore, by spotting and launching immediately, Nagumo would be committing some of his reserves to battle without proper anti-ship armament, and likely without fighter escort; indeed, he had just witnessed how easily the unescorted American bombers had been shot down.

Now the decks were being spotted, probably by seagulls making the usual mess, and this makes lunching difficult, if not hazardous. One does not want something extra unpleasant in one’s lunch if one can help it.

Japanese carrier doctrine preferred the launching of fully constituted strikes rather than piecemeal attacks. Without confirmation of whether the American force included carriers (not received until 08:20), Nagumo’s reaction was doctrinaire. In addition, the arrival of another land-based American air strike at 07:53 gave weight to the need to attack the island again. In the end, Nagumo decided to wait for his first strike force to land, and then launch the reserve, which would by then be properly armed with torpedoes.

The Ja’s Pan Knees carrier Doc Trine preferred lunching full strikes rather than having meals in bits and pieces.

Nag-omo not having confirmation of whether the A-merry-cans had haircraft carriers had to consult Doc Trine air, i.e he had to stick his finger in the air to see which way the wind was blowing. And therefore whether or not lunch on deck was feasible.

As the A-merry-cans had arrived from land and gone on strike again, Nag-ome thought it best to attack the island. Please note this was Midway, not the island which each haircraft carrier has I gather. This explains why.

In the end Nag-omo decided it would be best to have his first force go on strike on land (although as the carriers were all at sea this seems confusing), and then for his reserve to have lunch.

Had Nagumo elected to launch the available aircraft around 07:45 and risked the ditching of Tomonaga’s strike force, they would have formed a powerful and well-balanced strike package that had the potential to sink two American carriers. Furthermore, fueled and armed aircraft inside the ships presented a significant additional hazard in terms of damage to the carriers in an event of attack, and keeping them on the decks was much more dangerous than getting them airborne. Whatever the case, at that point there was no way to stop the American strike against him, since Fletcher’s carriers had launched their planes beginning at 07:00 (with Enterprise and Hornet having completed launching by 07:55, but Yorktown not until 09:08), so the aircraft that would deliver the crushing blow were already on their way. Even if Nagumo had not strictly followed carrier doctrine, he could not have prevented the launch of the American attack.

Had Nag-omo chosen to have lunch first for those who were keen to eat and risked the two-man Aga going in the ditch, they would have formed a powerful and well-balanced packaged strike. Rather like vitamins C and D working well together against Covid 19 or the ‘flu.

Of course getting the Aga out of the ditch would have been problematic as Aga’s are very heavy and might take more than two men.

Leaving the fooled armed haircraft bods inside the ship presented a significant hazard as they tended to fuel (sic) around, and even on deck they could muck around, so really much better to get them hairborne.

Nevertheless, there was no way the strike that was scheduled against the Ja’s Pan Knees could be stopped, as the Union leaders of the A-merry-cans knew very well.

They had planned properly and had lunch  early at 07.00. Very early I know, but some people will skip breakfast and have lunch instead.

The haircraft that would deliver the Cushing blow (like Peter Cushing the vampire slayer) were on their way regardless, so even if Nag-omo had not followed Doc Trine’s advice, he could not have prevented the A-merry-cans having lunch by dropping in unexpectedly and pinching all their food.

1.3.4  Attacks on the Japanese fleet

The Americans had already launched their carrier aircraft against the Japanese. Fletcher, in overall command aboard Yorktown, and benefiting from PBY sighting reports from the early morning, ordered Spruance to launch against the Japanese as soon as was practical, while initially holding Yorktown in reserve in case any other Japanese carriers were found.

As we know the A-merry-cans had already had lunch. The fletcher on board with Your-K-Town and benefitting from Si Ting’s reports, had hors d’oeuvres with Spew- ants for lunch. An odd combination.

Anyway, he said they should have lunch with the Ja’s Pan Knees as soon as possible. This seems rather greedy.

Spruance judged that, though the range was extreme, a strike could succeed and gave the order to launch the attack. He then left Halsey’s Chief of Staff, Captain Miles Browning, to work out the details and oversee the launch. The carriers had to launch into the wind, so the light southeasterly breeze would require them to steam away from the Japanese at high speed. Browning, therefore, suggested a launch time of 07:00, giving the carriers an hour to close on the Japanese at 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph). This would place them at about 155 nautical miles (287 km; 178 mi) from the Japanese fleet, assuming it did not change course. The first plane took off from Spruance’s carriers Enterprise and Hornet a few minutes after 07:00. Fletcher, upon completing his own scouting flights, followed suit at 08:00 from Yorktown.

Spew-ants thought this extreme, but nevertheless agreed. He left Hall-see’s chef of stuff to sort out the menu for what was to be a picnic, although considering the reception the Ja’s Pan Knees would give them when they arrived unannounced it would be no picnic, I assure you.

The chef of stuff was a Mr Browning, a type of gravy seasoning which is why he joined the catering arm of the US Navy, or Gravy Navy as it is colloquially known.

The carriers had lunch in the wind it appears. Or it may be eating it too quickly gave them wind, I’m not sure. Anyway, it involved steaming away to presumably cook the vegetables as this helped preserve the flavours and vitamins etc.

Fletcher, along with Yorktown’s commanding officer, Captain Elliott Buckmaster, and their staffs, had acquired the first-hand experience needed in organizing and launching a full strike against an enemy force in the Coral Sea, but there was no time to pass these lessons on to Enterprise and Hornet which were tasked with launching the first strike. Spruance ordered the striking aircraft to proceed to target immediately, rather than waste time waiting for the strike force to assemble, since neutralizing enemy carriers was the key to the survival of his own task force.

The Fletcher with Ellie ‘Hot’ Buckmaster and their stuff had acquired first-hand experience at organising lunch at the Coral C, but had no thyme to pass on the lesions which would have helped heal them.

Spew-ants thought that it was better to send the haircraft going on strike to get some tar immediately. This would be useful to apply to the Ja’s Pan Knees hair and help neuter them, turning the she’s (as ships are considered female) to it’s. So from ship she’s to ship it’s.

Or more simply shi’she’s to shi’it’s which can be more readily disposed of as worthless, i.e a complete load of shi’its

While the Japanese were able to launch 108 aircraft in just seven minutes, it took Enterprise and Hornet over an hour to launch 117. Spruance judged that the need to throw something at the enemy as soon as possible was greater than the need to coordinate the attack by aircraft of different types and speeds (fighters, bombers, and torpedo bombers). Accordingly, American squadrons were launched piecemeal and proceeded to the target in several different groups. It was accepted that the lack of coordination would diminish the impact of the American attacks and increase their casualties, but Spruance calculated that this was worthwhile, since keeping the Japanese under aerial attack impaired their ability to launch a counterstrike (Japanese tactics preferred fully constituted attacks), and he gambled that he would find Nagumo with his flight decks at their most vulnerable.

While the Ja’s Pan Knees could have 108 for lunch in just 7 minutes, the Enter-prise and Hairnet took over an hour. This was probably sensible as it helped them digest their meal and not suffer indigestion.

Spwe-ants judgedthat the need to throw something at the enemy asap was greater than the need to co-ordinate the haircraft accordingly to size, height, weight etc.

If he could have thrown something else no doubt he would, but the enemy was a long way off and they would need the pots and pans for cooking the next meal.

Of course today people may still be banging pots and pans to try and ward off evil spirits such the Covid 19 monster, or Jermy Corbin as he sounds catching.

Anyway, it did mean that the lack of co-ordination would diminish the impact of the strikes and increase their casual ties which they wore around their heads as opposed to their necks. Like this.

Or a better way to do it like the Ja’s Pan Knees do. See

Spew-ants had worked out that this was worthwhile as this kept the Ja’s Pan Knees occupied with their hair. This impaired their ability to have another lunch which they preferred to do in one sitting than to have piece meals or snacks.

If they were caught unawares when having their lunch together when the A-merry-cans dropped in uninvited all hell would break loose in the confusion.

American carrier aircraft had difficulty locating the target, despite the positions they had been given. The strike from Hornet, led by Commander Stanhope C. Ring, followed an incorrect heading of 265 degrees rather than the 240 degrees indicated by the contact report. As a result, Air Group Eight’s dive bombers missed the Japanese carriers. Torpedo Squadron 8 (VT-8, from Hornet), led by Lieutenant Commander John C. Waldron, broke formation from Ring and followed the correct heading. The 10 F4Fs from Hornet ran out of fuel and had to ditch.

The A-merry-can haircraft had difficulty finding the target. The strike being organised by a Ring (one of the Ring leaders) went off course having too many degrees, rather like those awarded honorary degrees by universities which are meaningless.

As a consequence the hair groups eight dive bummers missed the Ja’s Pan Knees carriers. However, I gather there were 19 dive bummers, not eight, so more confusion here.

In any event, the torpedo squat Ron led by a John C. Walled Ron, broke from the ring and went in the right direction. Some wild cats ran low on energy and fell into a ditch.

Waldron’s squadron sighted the enemy carriers and began attacking at 09:20, followed at 09:40 by VF-6 from Enterprise, whose Wildcat fighter escorts lost contact, ran low on fuel, and had to turn back. Without fighter escort, all 15 TBD Devastators of VT-8 were shot down without being able to inflict any damage. Ensign George H. Gay, Jr. was the only survivor of the 30 aircrew of VT-8. He completed his torpedo attack on the aircraft carrier Sōryū before he was shot down, but Sōryū evaded his torpedo. Meanwhile, VT-6, led by LCDR Eugene E. Lindsey lost nine of its 14 Devastators (one ditched later), and 10 of 12 Devastators from Yorktown’s VT-3 (who attacked at 10:10) were shot down with no hits to show for their effort, thanks in part to the abysmal performance of their unimproved Mark 13 torpedoes. Midway was the last time the TBD Devastator was used in combat.

Walled Ron’s squat Ron sighted the enemy carriers, followed by the haircraft group from Enter-prize, but the wildcats ran low on energy and had to turn back.

All 15 De vast taters were shot down without causing damage in return. The N-sign, a George Gay, was the only sir viva, i.e. the only man to live through the experience. He was of course very happy or gay about this, the true meaning of the word despite what others want it to mean nowadays.

The vast majority of De vast taters were shot down with no hits to show for their effort, which was in part due to the abyss mal performance of the Mark 13 torpedoes. The abyss  mal was the bad abyss or pit from which the mark of the worst torpedo came as opposed to the mark of the best (sic).

The De vast taters were devastated about all this, so much so they were never seen again.

The Japanese combat air patrol, flying Mitsubishi A6M2 Zeros,[104] made short work of the unescorted, slow, under-armed TBDs. A few TBDs managed to get within a few ship-lengths range of their targets before dropping their torpedoes—close enough to be able to strafe the enemy ships and force the Japanese carriers to make sharp evasive maneuvers—but all of their torpedoes either missed or failed to explode.[105] The performance of American torpedoes in the early months of the war was extremely poor, as shot after shot missed by running directly under the target (deeper than intended), prematurely exploded, or hit targets (sometimes with an audible clang) and failed to explode at all.[106][107] Remarkably, senior Navy and Bureau of Ordnance officers never questioned why half a dozen torpedoes, released so close to the Japanese carriers, produced no results.[108]

The Ja’s Pan Knees caps with their Zeros made short work of clipping the bummers haircraft. The performance of the torpedoes was due to due to missing entirely going too deep or premature explosions or even on target but not exploding at all but making a loud clang.

Some men have this problem in other areas I understand. Lots of effort, a loud bang, signifying nothing. Rather like Macbeth as Shakespeare wrote.

‘And then is heard no more: it is a tale

Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,

Signifying nothing.’

Or more simply put, ‘That was a bloody waste of time and effort wasn’t it?’

I gather that senior Navy and Bureau of Ordnance officers never questioned why half a dozen torpedoes, released so close to the Japanese carriers, produced no results.

This is bureaucracy for you. Get them to fly the aircraft and get them to test the thing in real life. They would either learn the lesson or be dead; either way it would be a win-win situation.

Similar issues occur today in the NHS where the managers don’t know what they are doing and poor doctors and nurses have to carry the can. Not that there aren’t issues with doctors but that’s another matter.

Despite their failure to score any hits, the American torpedo attacks achieved three important results. First, they kept the Japanese carriers off balance and unable to prepare and launch their own counterstrike. Second, the poor control of the Japanese combat air patrol (CAP) meant they were out of position for subsequent attacks. Third, many of the Zeros ran low on ammunition and fuel.[109] The appearance of a third torpedo plane attack from the southeast by VT-3 from Yorktown, led by LCDR Lance Edward Massey at 10:00 very quickly drew the majority of the Japanese CAP to the southeast quadrant of the fleet.[110] Better discipline and the employment of a greater number of Zeroes for the CAP might have enabled Nagumo to prevent (or at least mitigate) the damage caused by the coming American attacks.

Despite all this, the attacks achieved three important results.

1. They kept the Ja’s Pan Knees carriers off balance (wobbly knee syndrome) and unable to have lunch before their own strikes.

2. The poor control of the caps meant it was caps off during subsequent attacks when they need caps to protect their hair-dos.

3. Many of the Zeros ran low on energy and ammunition. But they were Zeros, so what do you expect. As with the human body, you will be vulnerable to disease if you run low on energy and immunity. Your immune system always needs topping up with suitable vitamins and minerals.

The appearance of a third torpedo attack by an Ed Mass-sea with a lance drew most of the caps off to the south east of the fleet.

It is said that better discipline and a greater number of Zeros might have enabled Nag-omo to prevent or mitigate the damage from further attacks to come. But I struggle to this this. As I said before, more zeros are still zero when you add it all up.

By chance, at the same time VT-3 was sighted by the Japanese, three squadrons of SBDs from Enterprise and Yorktown were approaching from the southwest and northeast. The Yorktown squadron (VB-3) had flown just behind VT-3, but elected to attack from a different course. The two squadrons from Enterprise (VB-6 and VS-6) were running low on fuel because of the time spent looking for the enemy. Air Group Commander C. Wade McClusky, Jr. decided to continue the search, and by good fortune spotted the wake of the Japanese destroyer Arashi, steaming at full speed to rejoin Nagumo’s carriers after having unsuccessfully depth-charged U.S. submarine Nautilus, which had unsuccessfully attacked the battleship Kirishima. Some bombers were lost from fuel exhaustion before the attack commenced.

By chance it is said (but the Lord God knows better) three squat Rons were approaching from different angels. Your-K-Town’s group were elected to approach from a different angel to the Enter-prize who had followed the Des Troyer Arashi steaming at full speed back to the main fleet, leaving his wake behind him as an obvious marker as to where he was going.

Of course if he hadn’t been in such a rash (sic) to rush after the naughty lass, this might not have happened and history could have been different. But then rash is his name so…

McClusky’s decision to continue the search and his judgment, in the opinion of Admiral Chester Nimitz, “decided the fate of our carrier task force and our forces at Midway …” All three American dive-bomber squadrons (VB-6, VS-6, and VB-3) arrived almost simultaneously at the perfect time, locations and altitudes to attack. Most of the Japanese CAP was directing its attention to the torpedo planes of VT-3 and was out of position; meanwhile, armed Japanese strike aircraft filled the hangar decks, fuel hoses snaked across the decks as refueling operations were hastily being completed, and the repeated change of ordnance meant that bombs and torpedoes were stacked around the hangars, rather than stowed safely in the magazines, making the Japanese carriers extraordinarily vulnerable.

It was a wide Mac Lucky who decided to continue the search despite being low on energy, so in one sense we could say that luck had something to do with it. But then as people say, you make your own luck by being persistent.

No-mitts considered that Mac Lucky’s decision decided the fate of the USA’s carriers and Midway. One man’s decision on which the fate of the battle turned. So often this is true.

All three squat Rons of dive bombers arrived at almost simultaneously at the  same perfect time. The armed Ja’s Pan Knees haircraft filled the hanger decks and fool hoses snaked across the decks as refooling was being completed. Fooling about is no joke.

The repeated change of orders for dinners meant that the bombes for dessert and the torpedoes for main course were stacked around rather than being safely stored with the magazines. They should have been in the larder, but there you go, each to his own. Anyway, this left the carriers extremely vulnerable to having their food messed up.

Beginning at 10:22, the two squadrons of Enterprise’s air group split up with the intention of sending one squadron each to attack Kaga and Akagi. A miscommunication caused both of the squadrons to dive at Kaga. Recognizing the error, Lieutenant Richard Halsey Best and his two wingmen were able to pull out of their dives and, after judging that Kaga was doomed, headed north to attack Akagi. Coming under an onslaught of bombs from almost two full squadrons, Kaga sustained three to five direct hits, which caused heavy damage and started multiple fires. One of the bombs landed on or right in front of the bridge, killing Captain Jisaku Okada and most of the ship’s senior officers. Lieutenant Clarence E. Dickinson, part of McClusky’s group, recalled:

The two squat Rons of Enter-prize spilt up intending for one each to attack the Gaga and the A car guy. However, a Miss Communication made them both go for Gaga. So often the case when men get distracted by a pretty face or legs.

Nvertheless, a Best man and his two winged men, i.e. angels, were able to pull out of the dives and headed north to attack A car guy. In the meantime the Gaga sustained three to five direct hits which caused heavy damage and started lots of fires.

One landed of the office were the senior men were playing bridge, which included Ji Sack you Ok Ada.

We were coming down in all directions on the port side of the carrier … I recognized her as the Kaga; and she was enormous … The target was utterly satisfying … I saw a bomb hit just behind where I was aiming … I saw the deck rippling and curling back in all directions exposing a great section of the hangar below … I saw [my] 500-pound [230 kg] bomb hit right abreast of the [carrier’s] island. The two 100-pound [45 kg] bombs struck in the forward area of the parked planes …

One of the dive bummers, a left ten ant was coming down of the port side, i.e. the left. Which is sensible when you are a left ten ant. He found the target satisfying and he saw the deck (probably the pack of cards that was being used for the game of bridge) rippling and curling back in all directions which ruined the pack completely.

Several minutes later, Best and his two wingmen dove on Akagi. Mitsuo Fuchida, the Japanese aviator who had led the attack on Pearl Harbor, was on Akagi when it was hit, and described the attack:

Several minutes later, the Best (no close relation of George the footballer I assume) and two winged men, dove down like doves but not in peace, and splatted the decks of A car guy, making more than a mess of his paintwork I can tell you.

A look-out screamed: “Hell-Divers!” I looked up to see three black enemy planes plummeting towards our ship. Some of our machineguns managed to fire a few frantic bursts at them, but it was too late. The plump silhouettes of the American Dauntless dive-bombers quickly grew larger, and then a number of black objects suddenly floated eerily from their wings.

A Ja’s Pan Knees man screamed “Look out” and “Oh hell, divers” or something like that. He saw 3 black divers eating plums as they dropped in uninvited on the ship. Some Manchurian Buns burped at them but this did not distract the divers.

The divers were rather plump from the plums as they plum-etted in and this extra weight helped the element of surprise. Then a few black objects floated down. These were possibly their ears or their wings, it is unclear. Or merely the stones from the plums they ate.

Although Akagi sustained only one direct hit (almost certainly dropped by Lieutenant Best), it proved to be a fatal blow: the bomb struck the edge of the mid-ship deck elevator and penetrated to the upper hangar deck, where it exploded among the armed and fueled aircraft in the vicinity. Nagumo’s chief of staff, Ryūnosuke Kusaka, recorded “a terrific fire … bodies all over the place … Planes stood tail up, belching livid flames and jet-black smoke, making it impossible to bring the fires under control.” Another bomb exploded underwater very close astern; the resulting geyser bent the flight deck upward “in grotesque configurations” and caused crucial rudder damage.

A car guy took only one hit dropped by the best diver called Best. Obviously. This found its mark. Hence forth it would be known in US Navy circles as Mark of the Best. I believe this is mentioned in the book of Revelation.

The hit was fatal as it caused internal damage to all the foolish haircraft. A geezer in the water made some gross configurations, presumably some rude signs, as way as causing some ruddy damage.

Simultaneously, Yorktown’s VB-3, commanded by Max Leslie, went for Sōryū, scoring at least three hits and causing extensive damage. Gasoline ignited, creating an “inferno”, while stacked bombs and ammunition detonated. VT-3 targeted Hiryū, which was hemmed in by Sōryū, Kaga, and Akagi, but achieved no hits.

At the same time, Your-K-Town’s 3 B’s, commanded by a Mac S. Le Sly, went for Saw-you and scored at least three hits and causing ten sieves damage, i.e. an awful lot of holes.

Gazza O’Line was furious and “ignited” creating a Towering Inferno which made a good film.

Within six minutes, Sōryū and Kaga were ablaze from stem to stern, as fires spread through the ships. Akagi, having been struck by only one bomb, took longer to burn, but the resulting fires quickly expanded and soon proved impossible to extinguish; she too was eventually consumed by flames and had to be abandoned. As Nagumo began to grasp the enormity of what had happened, he appears to have gone into a state of shock. Witnesses saw Nagumo standing near the ship’s compass looking out at the flames on his flagship and two other carriers in a trance-like daze. Despite being asked to abandon the ship, Nagumo did not move and was reluctant to leave the Akagi, just muttering, “It’s not time yet.” Nagumo’s chief of staff, Rear Admiral Ryūnosuke Kusaka, was able to persuade him to leave the critically damaged Akagi. Nagumo, with a barely perceptible nod, with tears in his eyes, agreed to go.  At 10:46, Admiral Nagumo transferred his flag to the light cruiser Nagara. All three carriers remained temporarily afloat, as none had suffered damage below the waterline, other than the rudder damage to Akagi caused by the near miss close astern. Despite initial hopes that Akagi could be saved or at least towed back to Japan, all three carriers were eventually abandoned and scuttled. While Kaga was burning, Nautilus showed up again and launched three torpedoes at her, scoring one dud hit.

Within six minutes the Saw-you and the Ga-ga were on fire from head to toe or vice-versa. Hammer-my-toe was certainly getting his toes hammered. Indeed, with all the fires it looked like his force was toe-st (sic).

And it only took six minutes. Six, six, six minutes. Mmm…

A car guy took only one hit from a bum, but as he was careless (but not car-less as he was a car guy, and loved cars) he left petrol cans all over the place. Thus he was consumed with flames.

This is what happens when you use inflammatory language, in the end you get consumed yourself.

Poor old Nag-omo was in a trance. Probably the equivalent of MSM on people nowadays stunned by all the propaganda they see, and all the piles of dead and harmed from the vaccines.

Well ok, maybe not piles of dead, but you know what I mean.

An admirable rear Rhino Sue Key Cuss-a.k.a (a.k.a. what, well I swear I don’t know) persuaded Nag-omo to leave.

The three carriers remaining afloat as they had not been hit below the belt, apart from some ruddy damage to the A Car guy, caused by Ann Ear (Miss).

It had been hope they could be toed back but had to have a band on for some reason before being put in the scuttle.

I gather the naughty lass showed up again and had lunch with the Gaga and shared three torpedoes or filled baguettes as we might say in the UK. One of these hit Dud, short for Dudley of course.

1.3.5  Japanese counterattacks

Hiryū, the sole surviving Japanese aircraft carrier, wasted little time in counterattacking. Hiryū’s first attack wave, consisting of 18 D3As and six fighter escorts, followed the retreating American aircraft and attacked the first carrier they encountered, Yorktown, hitting her with three bombs, which blew a hole in the deck, snuffed out all but one of her boilers, and destroyed one anti-aircraft mount. The damage also forced Admiral Fletcher to move his command staff to the heavy cruiser Astoria. Damage control parties were able to temporarily patch the flight deck and restore power to several boilers within an hour, giving her a speed of 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph) and enabling her to resume air operations. Yorktown yanked down her yellow breakdown flag and up went a new hoist—”My speed 5.” Captain Buckmaster had his signalmen hoist a huge new (10 feet wide and 15 feet long) American flag from the foremast. Sailors, including Ensign John d’Arc Lorenz called it an incalculable inspiration: “For the first time I realized what the flag meant: all of us—a million faces—all our effort—a whisper of encouragement.” Thirteen Japanese dive bombers and three escorting fighters were lost in this attack (two escorting fighters turned back early after they were damaged attacking some of Enterprise’s SBDs returning from their attack on the Japanese carriers).

How are you was the only haircraft carrier left on its feet or soles, and so attacked the A-merry-cans counter.

The first wave was 18 Vals, i.e. 6 + 6 + 6 or 6,6,6  and 6 Zero fighters. But not Zero 6 fighters as this is zero. Anyway, that is one fighter to 3 Vals, 1 in 3, or 3 in 1 like the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.

They followed the retreating A-merry-can haircraft and attacked the first carrier they encountered, the Your-K-Town, hitting her with three bums. One of these blew a hole her deck, which must have taken a lot of puff from the bum.

In even snuffed out all but one boiler which really is commendable for one bum and just shows how much wind bums can generate. One assumes beans were what the bums ate for lunch in the absence of any further information.

The admirable Fletcher had to move to the heavy brusier A-storey-ya. The flat top was repaired and Your-K-Town got her energy back quite quickly and was able to make 19 knots. These were braids in her hair of course, and she could then resume hair operations.

The captain Buckmaster had his single men hoist a Hugh Flag from Four masts. Not sure that was very kind, but an N-sign called Jean Dark Lo Rents called in an ‘incalculable inspiration’.

“For the first time I realized what the flag meant: all of us—a million faces—all our effort—a whisper of encouragement.”

I am not sure where he got a million faces from as there weren’t that many personnel around, but perhaps he was using poetic license.

Approximately one hour later, Hiryū’s second attack wave, consisting of ten B5Ns and six escorting A6Ms, arrived over Yorktown; the repair efforts had been so effective that the Japanese pilots assumed that Yorktown must be a different, undamaged carrier. They attacked, crippling Yorktown with two torpedoes; she lost all power and developed a 23-degree list to port. Five torpedo bombers and two fighters were shot down in this attack.

An hour later How are you’s second wave came as they wished to wave goodbye to the Your-K-Town. However, as she had been so effective in her repairs, make-up and so on she looked in pretty good shape so she was mistaken for another lady.

Sadly, they hit her with two torpedoes under the belt which crippled her. She lost all strength as one would and developed a lust for port for some strange reason. This meant she took to drink. Any port in a storm of Ja’s Pan Knees haircraft I suppose.

But she lurched drunkenly over to the left. Doesn’t one get that sinking feeling when people incline to the left?

News of the two strikes, with the mistaken reports that each had sunk an American carrier, greatly improved Japanese morale. The few surviving aircraft were all recovered aboard Hiryū. Despite the heavy losses, the Japanese believed that they could scrape together enough aircraft for one more strike against what they believed to be the only remaining American carrier.

The news of the two strikes greatly improved the Ja’s Pan Knees morals, especially as they thought they had scuppered two carriers, not one.

Despite the heavy losses, they thought they could scrape together enough haircraft for one more strike or scrap, i.e. fight to remove the A-merry-cans last carrier (so they thought). This would make ‘three strikes and you’re out’ against the A-merry-cans, as in baseball.

1.3.6  American counterattack

Late in the afternoon, a Yorktown scout aircraft located Hiryū, prompting Enterprise to launch a final strike of 24 dive bombers (including six SBDs from VS-6, four SBDs from VB-6, and 14 SBDs from Yorktown’s VB-3). Despite Hiryū being defended by a strong cover of more than a dozen Zero fighters, the attack by Enterprise and orphaned Yorktown aircraft launched from Enterprise was successful: four bombs (possibly five) hit Hiryū, leaving her ablaze and unable to operate aircraft. Hornet’s strike, launched late because of a communications error, concentrated on the remaining escort ships, but failed to score any hits. Enterprise dive bomber Dusty Kleiss struck the Hiryū on the bow, crippling it so badly that it effectively rendered the carrier out of commission immediately, with Dusty comparing his damage to the bow to being “folded over like a taco”.

Late in the afternoon, a scout on behalf of Your-K-Town found How-are-you, but didn’t ask how she was. The Enter-prize found out about this and had lunch again whilst going on strike. 24 dive bummers went to say hello instead.

And despite How-are-you having a strong cover of more than a dozen Zeros, the strike by planes from Enter-prize and orphans from Your-K-Town. Their mother was stricken of course and was taking to drink as I have mentioned.

This happens sadly, and very damaging it is to children’s welfare.

Anyway, four or maybe five bums hit the How-are-you, but left her a blazer to keep her warm which is kind.

The Hairnet also went on strike, having had a late lunch because no-one had had told them lunch was ready, concentrated on the escorts, but missed.

An enterprising dive bummer hit How-Are-you on the nose, breaking it so badly that the carrier was rendered useless immediately. If you have ever been punched on the nose like that no doubt you will understand.

After futile attempts at controlling the blaze, most of the crew remaining on Hiryū were evacuated and the remainder of the fleet continued sailing northeast in an attempt to intercept the American carriers. Despite a scuttling attempt by a Japanese destroyer that hit her with a torpedo and then departed quickly, Hiryū stayed afloat for several more hours. She was discovered early the next morning by an aircraft from the escort carrier Hōshō, prompting hopes she could be saved, or at least towed back to Japan. Soon after being spotted, Hiryū sank. Rear Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi, together with the ship’s captain, Tomeo Kaku, chose to go down with the ship, costing Japan perhaps its best carrier officer. One young sailor reportedly tried to go down with the ship with the officers, but was denied.

Despite being given a blazer, the crew couldn’t handle it (I assume it was far too large and smothered the poor lady). A Ja’ Pan Knees Des Troyer tried to put How-are-you in a scuttle, to which she didn’t take kindly.

She was still afloat the next day but Ann Haircraft from an escort, a carrier called Ho-Show, which gave the Ja’ Pan Knees hopes she could be saved or towed back. But it was a no-go as she sank after being spotted.

Probably the seagulls making a mess on her, the bird poo being sufficient weight to be the last straw for the old girl.

The admirable rear Tar-man Yah-ma-guchi together with the ship’s captain, To-me O’Kacku (of part Irish descent) decided to go down with the lady. This was a bit silly, as the Ja’ Pan Knees lost one of its finest carrier captains.

As darkness fell, both sides took stock and made tentative plans for continuing the action. Admiral Fletcher, obliged to abandon the derelict Yorktown and feeling he could not adequately command from a cruiser, ceded operational command to Spruance. Spruance knew the United States had won a great victory, but he was still unsure of what Japanese forces remained and was determined to safeguard both Midway and his carriers. To aid his aviators, who had launched at extreme range, he had continued to close with Nagumo during the day and persisted as night fell.

As darkness fell (which is another reason why the word fell means ‘dark’ among other things), both sides took stock. This was because the tired and hungry men needing feeding of course and soup would need to be made for souper, sorry, supper.

The admirable Fletcher CD’d operational command to Spew-ants, i.e. gave him the CD with all the data on it. Spew-ants knew the U.S Navy had won a grate victory having set fire to the Ja’s Pan Knees carriers, but was still unsure of what Ja’s Pan Knees forces remained and wanted to protect both Midway and his carriers.

Finally, fearing a possible night encounter with Japanese surface forces, and believing Yamamoto still intended to invade, based in part on a misleading contact report from the submarine Tambor, Spruance changed course and withdrew to the east, turning back west towards the enemy at midnight. For his part, Yamamoto initially decided to continue the engagement and sent his remaining surface forces searching eastward for the American carriers. Simultaneously, he detached a cruiser raiding force to bombard the island. The Japanese surface forces failed to make contact with the Americans because Spruance had decided to briefly withdraw eastward, and Yamamoto ordered a general withdrawal to the west. It was fortunate for the U.S. that Spruance did not pursue, for had he come in contact with Yamamoto’s heavy ships, including Yamato, in the dark, considering the Japanese Navy’s superiority in night-attack tactics at the time, there is a very high probability his cruisers would have been overwhelmed and his carriers sunk.

He feared a possible knight encounter with the Ja’s Pan Knees surface forces who were still very strong (their knights had better armour and weapons). He had a Miss Leading report to him with her Tambor, a smaller version of a tambourine which made a lot of noise but that wasn’t very helpful.

Thus he went to the east with Drew, whoever he was, and then at midnight turned west again.

Hammer-my- toe decided to continue the engagement (despite the fact the wedding was clearly off after all the fighting) and continued east to look for the A-merry-can carriers, but with Drew (who clearly kept switching sides) to the west.

It is just as well Spew-ants did not pursue as Hammer-my- toe’s heavies, including Jam-a-toe, a very large red chap rather like a sumo wrestler but even bigger, would have overwhelmed him and his fleet.

It should be noted that the Ja’s Pan Knees were very good nights, and their knights at night were even better.

Spruance failed to regain contact with Yamamoto’s forces on 5 June, despite extensive searches. Towards the end of the day, he launched a search-and-destroy mission to seek out any remnants of Nagumo’s carrier force. This late afternoon strike narrowly missed detecting Yamamoto’s main body and failed to score hits on a straggling Japanese destroyer. The strike planes returned to the carriers after nightfall, prompting Spruance to order Enterprise and Hornet to turn on their lights to aid the landings.

Spew-ants failed to regain contact with Hammer-my-toe on the 5th June. He had lunch again at the end of the day with a Sea Arch and Des Troy Miss Eon.

They missed Hammer-my- toe’s main body despite the presence of the sumo wrestler who was very large and should have been obvious.

The planes that went on strike came back at night and they had to turn the lights on. These were on the landing so they could go to the bathroom for a wash.

At 02:15 on the morning of 5 June, Commander John Murphy’s Tambor, lying 90 nautical miles (170 km; 100 mi) west of Midway, made the second of the submarine force’s two major contributions to the battle’s outcome, although its impact was heavily blunted by Murphy himself. Sighting several ships, neither Murphy nor his executive officer, Edward Spruance (son of Admiral Spruance), could identify them. Uncertain of whether they were friendly or not and unwilling to approach any closer to verify their heading or type, Murphy decided to send a vague report of “four large ships” to Admiral Robert English, Commander, Submarine Force, Pacific Fleet (COMSUBPAC). This report was passed on by English to Nimitz, who then sent it to Spruance. Spruance, a former submarine commander, was “understandably furious” at the vagueness of Murphy’s report, as it provided him with little more than suspicion and no concrete information on which to make his preparations. Unaware of the exact location of Yamamoto’s “Main Body” (a persistent problem since the time PBYs had first sighted the Japanese), Spruance was forced to assume the “four large ships” reported by Tambor represented the main invasion force and so he moved to block it, while staying 100 nautical miles (190 km; 120 mi) northeast of Midway.

At 2:15 am on the 5th June a John Murphy with a Tambor, a sub-marine, i.e. short for a Tambourine, was lying 90 nought-tickle miles west of Midway. What he was lying about I am not sure.

Anyway, it made the second contribution to the battle’s outcome, although its impact was heavily blunted by Murphy himself. Thus we have a version of Murphy’s Law – “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong if a Murphy is involved.”

Sighting several ships, neither Murphy nor his executive officer, Edward Spew-ants (son of the admirable Spew-ants), could identify them, although they could see they were ships, obviously.

They couldn’t tell if the ships were friendly, although if they were traveling together it seems obvious that they must be friendly as enemies can surely hardly ever travel together, can they?

Anyway, as Murphy was unwilling to get any closer, he sent a Vogue report of ‘Four large ships’ to an admirable Bob English who was A-merry-can and not English.

This report was passed on by English in English, well A-merry-can English anyway, to No-Mitts then to Spew-ants.

Spew-ant who had been a sub-marine himself was understandably furious at the Vogueness of the report. This is probably a similar type or report that the Vogons (sic) of Hitchhiker’s Guide fame would have submitted. In triplicate.

The report gave him no concrete, and without concrete you cannot have a sure foundation to build on, can you? Which reminds me of a short story…

With not much to go on (the gents toilets, or ‘heads’ as they are called in naval terms, were blocked) he assumed the ships were the main invasion force and he moved to block them. Not the toilets as these were already blocked, but the Ja’s Pan Knees.

In reality, the ships sighted by Tambor were the detachment of four cruisers and two destroyers Yamamoto had sent to bombard Midway. At 02:55, these ships received Yamamoto’s order to retire and changed course to comply. At about the same time as this change of course, Tambor was sighted and during maneuvers designed to avoid a submarine attack, the heavy cruisers Mogami and Mikuma collided, inflicting serious damage on Mogami’s bow. The less severely damaged Mikuma slowed to 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) to keep pace. Only at 04:12 did the sky brighten enough for Murphy to be certain the ships were Japanese, by which time staying surfaced was hazardous and he dived to approach for an attack. The attack was unsuccessful and around 06:00 he finally reported two westbound Mogami-class cruisers, before diving again and playing no further role in the battle. Limping along on a straight course at 12 knots—roughly one-third their top speed—Mogami and Mikuma had been almost perfect targets for a submarine attack. As soon as Tambor returned to port, Spruance had Murphy relieved of duty and reassigned to a shore station, citing his confusing contact report, poor torpedo shooting during his attack run, and general lack of aggression, especially as compared to Nautilus, the oldest of the 12 boats at Midway and the only one which had successfully placed a torpedo on target (albeit a dud).

It appears the ships sighted by Tambor were the four bruisers and two Des Troyers sent by Hammer-my-toe to bum-bard Midway. These were then told by Hammer-my-toe to retire, i.e. put new tires on.

The Tambor was spotted (it was dark don’t forget) and in the confusion to avoid the possibility of sub-marine attack, the heavy bruisers Mog-am-I (a type of cat, a mog-gy cat) and Mike-You-Ma collided. This caused serious damage to Mog-am-I’s bow, a pretty red bow round its neck, and made it limp.

Only as Dawn came was it obvious the ships were Japanese. Whilst the Tambor tried an attack from under the water it failed. This seems surprising given how the two bruisers were slowed down.

Over the next two days, several strikes were launched against the stragglers, first from Midway, then from Spruance’s carriers. Mikuma was eventually sunk by Dauntlesses, while Mogami survived further severe damage to return home for repairs. The destroyers Arashio and Asashio were also bombed and strafed during the last of these attacks. Captain Richard E. Fleming, a U.S. Marine Corps aviator, was killed while executing a glide bomb run on Mikuma and was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

Over the next two days there were more strikes over lunch. Mike-You-Ma was sunk by Dawn tea Lasses whilst Mog-am-I suffered further heavy damage to its fur.

The Des Troyers A-rash-io and A-sash-io who had a rash and sash respectively were bummed and stray fed.

Meanwhile, salvage efforts on Yorktown were encouraging, and she was taken in tow by fleet tug USS Vireo. In the late afternoon of 6 June, the Japanese submarine I-168, which had managed to slip through the cordon of destroyers (possibly because of the large amount of debris in the water), fired a salvo of torpedoes, two of which struck Yorktown. There were few casualties aboard since most of the crew had already been evacuated, but a third torpedo from this salvo struck the destroyer USS Hammann, which had been providing auxiliary power to Yorktown. Hammann broke in two and sank with the loss of 80 lives, mostly because her own depth charges exploded. With further salvage efforts deemed hopeless, the remaining repair crews were evacuated from Yorktown. Throughout the night of 6 June and into the morning of 7 June, Yorktown remained afloat; but by 05:30 on 7 June, observers noted that her list was rapidly increasing to port. Shortly afterward, the ship turned onto her port side, and lay that way, revealing the torpedo hole in her starboard bilge—the result of the submarine attack. Captain Buckmaster’s American flag was still flying. All ships half-masted their colors in salute; all hands who were topside stood with heads uncovered and came to attention, with tears in their eyes. Two patrolling PBYs appeared overhead and dipped their wings in a final salute. At 07:01, the ship rolled upside-down, and slowly sank, stern first, with her battle flags flying.

The sal veg operations were encouraging as they managed to save much of the veg strewn around by the fight. However on the 6th June a Ja’s Pan knees sub-marine slipped through the Gordon Des Troyers, and fired a Sal Vo at Your K Town. Two of these hit.

A third hit the ham man (possibly a ham actor) who broke apart.

In any event the Your K Town was deemed lost. She remained afloat until the 7th June, but she was taking on the port even more and inclining further to the left.

All the hands on deck got to their feet with their heads uncovered with tiers in their eyes.

Your K Town did one final turn, stood on her bottom and disappeared with her head, her bow, held high, as she gave her last bow as the curtain of water closed over her.

1.4      Japanese and U.S. casualties

In brief:

Japan lost:

4 aircraft carriers

1 heavy cruiser

Also damaged:

1 heavy cruiser – heavily damaged

2 destroyers

3,057 Japanese died.

U.S.A. lost:

1 aircraft carrier

1 destroyer

307 Americans died

2          Aftermath

By Keysanger – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

The U.S. forces were in no fit state to pursue without great risk, and anyway had achieved a great victory. They needed to regroup and repair/rearm.

They were around enough to check that Midway was no longer under threat and that was enough for the time being.

It is interesting to note from Wikipedia that the Japanese still thought the Americans were not aware of Japan’s plans, but the whole thing had been compromised from the start.

It seems the Japanese public were told, lied to, that Japan had achieved a great victory. The wounded from the battle were classified as secret patients and ‘…quarantined from other patients and their own families to keep this major defeat secret’.

Mmm, reminds me of lockdowns and patients in hospitals where families were not allowed in. I gather there are still restrictions in the NHS. My opinion of the NHS is extremely low. What I think of the cretins who are running the hospitals is unrepeatable here.

However, if someone cares to express them in the comments feel free.

Or, like the Lord God, take yourself off to some quiet place and swear by yourself. It says this in the Bible of course, Hebrews 6 v.13.

When God made the promise to Abraham, since he had no one greater by whom to swear, “He swore by himself,”!!!

The Japanese did institute changes to training and procedures, but serious damage had been done with the loss of highly skilled pilots and aircraft fitters etc.

Replacement pilots never got to be as experienced because of short term needs. The Japanese had over reached themselves, and were now on the back foot.

2.1      American prisoners

You can read about this. Three U.S. airmen were captured during the battle, they were interrogated and then executed, 2 by drowning, 1 by a fire axe.

What made the Japanese do this?

2.2      Japanese prisoners

You can read about this. 37 men from ships were rescued; presumably they were all interrogated and apparently treated reasonably.

3          Impact

Well, there you have it. A battle mainly in the air and via the air. And won largely by a relatively few well targeted bombs on the part of the US Navies air arm part.

But of course it was a joint effort, every part of the naval corps, the body of men who made up the fleet, as well as some land based forces, and radio operators and intelligence listening in and decoding.

Everybody playing their part, however small or large. The same is true in the current war, this war of words. Every little helps.

This battle was a turning point in the war. It was in essence the high tide of Japanese expansion. And like life, and Covid 19/the ‘flu, everything comes in waves.

The waves would recede for the allies in the Pacific exposing the sand once more. This reminds me of the words to Abraham from the angel of the Lord.

I will surely bless you, and I will multiply your descendants like the stars in the sky and the sand on the seashore. Your descendants will possess the gates of their enemies.

And this was because of the sacrifice Abraham had made. He trusted God.

Those who trust in God in this end time war of words will be blessed too. The tide is turning.

And I said “One man’s decision on which the fate of the battle turned”. In the middle of history, Jesus Christ took the decision to go to Calvary, whatever the cost.

History has never been the same since.

And perhaps I may finally point out that today, the 5th June 2022 is Pentecost, the celebration of the pouring out of the Holy Spirit on the disciples in Jerusalem.

As I have said this is the turning point in WW3, we are half way through. I hope you see the significance of all this. Lift up your heads for your redemption draws near.

Or in the words on Bon Jovi

Whoa, we’re half-way there
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer
Take my hand and we’ll make it, I swear
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer

And a video to go with it.

Footnote explanation of terms.



Aichi D3A – Itchy dive bummers

Nakajima B5N – Knackered Jims torpedo bummers – obsolete by 1941!!!

Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters – zero or nought fighters

Two ‘Judy’ dive bombers

‘Jake’ float planes – for scouting

‘Dave’ float planes – for scouting

Aircraft carriers

Akagi – a car guy 

Kaga – Gaga   

Sōryū – saw you   

Hiryū – How are you

Main officers

Admiral Yamamoto – Hammer-my- toe

Admiral Chūichi Nagumo – Shoe-itchy Nag-omo

Admiral Nobutake Kondō – No-butt-ache Kan-do

Rear Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi – Tar-man Yah-ma-guchi



Brewster F2A-3 (VMF-221 buffalo – Brew-star Buff-hellos

Chance-Vought SB2U-3 Vindicator dive bombers – Thought Windicators dive bummers

PBY-5 and PBY-5A Catalinas – The cats for scouting

Martin B-26 Marauder medium bomber – Martin Ma order medium bummer

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses – Bowing Flying Four tresses heavy bummer

Aircraft carriers

Enterprise – Enter-prize

Hornet – a.k.a Hairnet

Yorktown – Your K Town

Main officers

Admiral Chester W. Nimitz – No-mitts

Admiral Frank J. Fletcher – The fletcher

Admiral Raymond A. Spruance – Spew-ants

P.S. If you wish to read more in the same vein try this, the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Tora, Tora, Tora

Doolittle Raid or Tokyo raid; 18 April 1942

The Battle for Singapore or Fall of Singapore

Please see The Naff Caff on the World Menu for more options if you enjoy mad military stuff.

This link may be of interest.

As might this.

And if you wish to understand the timeline and have yet to see this.

Timeline – anticipated events in World War 3

Covid Marshals

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

30th May 2022

This is now very old hat as we in the UK might say. Or maybe not. I see there is at least one idiot council planning to waste yet more public money to out source a contract worth 3 million quid. For 60 marshalls. £50,000 per head.

Excuse me whilst I utter a few profanities. WTF!!!! (What’s This For I think it stands for). Jim McManus director of Public Health for Hertfordshire County Council is a complete cretin. If you live in Hertfordshire you should have complained bitterly. And get Jim to pay the money back if it has been spent already. See link below.

I don’t suppose the Covid Marshalls will be paid £50, 000. Somebody will be rubbing their hands in glee. Not the nurses that’s for sure.

So maybe £30,000 for doing what exactly?? B****r all that’s what. Mind you there are a lot of jobs like that in so-called public service. Some of which are paid considerably more for doing nothing useful whatsoever, whilst others scrimp and save their pennies.

Such stupidity cannot and must not continue. This complete waste of taxpayers’ money must stop, A.S.A.P.

In the meantime here is something I did earlier, a page on my site as I was working out how to navigate WordPress. It may be useful, it may be not. I don’t know if any other countries are stupid enough to have Covid Marshalls, but let me know if you do.

Of course, silly me, I forgot. In the good old U.S.of A. I gather you have marshals in Washington and other places. These are Marsh-als, other wise known as swamp creatures. They currently infesting the White House and other government institutions around the country.

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

12th September 2020

This sounds like an excellent idea. ‘Organise the virus’, rather than ‘Control the virus’. ‘Right you viruses; we’ll have you over there, you there, and you here.’

Unfortunately I am struggling to find what the plans are apart from what the papers say. Or the police farce, force, service. For it is the latter, allegedly, who have come up with the name Covid Wombles.

Mind you the Wombles of Wimbledon Common picked up litter. Not sure that Covid Marshals  are meant to do that.

However, the papers talk about a police source. I think they have misspelt that. Police sauce it should be. A brown sauce, rather like the stuff that gets deposited on the pavements by our canine friends. But picking that up is the responsibility of the owners.

All this, of course, is all part of the ‘Covid Marshal Plan’, rather like the Marshal Plan for Europe after the Second World War. Only without the money. Or, it seems, without any coherent sense of what they are to do. Or any power to enforce anything.

They can be helpful, no doubt, to those of limited intelligence, which is sadly a large proportion of the population who cannot think for themselves. And who won’t look at the government GUIDANCE online, as I keep trying to tell people from up here on my Cloud.

Ok, so we have no formal guidance as such, what do the papers think?

From the following link:

‘An MHCLG spokeswoman added: “We are encouraging the introduction of Covid-secure marshals to help support our high streets and public spaces, making sure that people feel safe to enjoy them.’

I rather thought that was the police’s role, but the police do like to go around in vehicles rather than walk the streets. After all it is much safer for them, they are much less likely to catch the virus –not. Or get bothered by the public. Ah yes, that’s more like it.

From the same link ‘Even if marshals were rolled out in great numbers’. I think rolling them out is dangerous to public health, let alone the marshals. They could pick up Covid from the pavements (not) or some of that brown sauce I mentioned earlier.

Not to mention bowling over the elderly pensioners who struggle with their shopping and masks and anti-social distancing.

From the following link:

‘Marshals will patrol parks, shopping centres, train stations and other populated places were masses may gather.’

Well I suppose we might expect the Express to misspell with a ‘fast’ name like express. They type things out too quickly. Still, gives us a bit more of an idea.

But masses of what? The masses as in people, or perhaps masses as in what the roaming Catholics do? You know, as in ‘attend masses’, on Sundays etc.

Or possibly ‘were masses’ should be ‘weremasses’, like werewolves. They go mad at the full moon, or when they are asked to anti-social distance, wear masks, stay home etc.

From the following link:

‘Leeds City Council told the BBC it had introduced six night marshals “who were in place over four weeks and who did not have any enforcement powers”.’

Cor, four weeks in place! That’s against the law, that is!  I make that 672 hours – what about sleeping etc? Clear breach of employment rights, they should sue the council, those night marshals. What a nightmare!

From the following link:

“Bearing in mind the government is introducing the new rules from Monday, they have given us no indication of additional resources, no staff, no powers of enforcement and no time to prepare people for the roles or carry out security checks. It is serial incompetence,” said Nick Forbes, the leader of Newcastle city council.

Yes, Nick, but have you bothered to check the Coronavirus act like I have? Ok, I couldn’t cope with it all as my head started to hurt.

Have you checked the government GUIDANCE as I have? No, you haven’t, otherwise you would not be bellyaching like this. You share in the serial incompetence with a large section of the population in the UK.

Mind you, I still think I must be the only one who really understands the situation, so am I the only competent one left in this country, albeit on my Cloud?

From the following link:

Brian Booth, chair of the West Yorkshire Police Federation, said: “We are snowed under with our usual police work so the real issue for us is one of resourcing.

“If we are suddenly inundated with calls from members of the public or marshals reporting illegal gatherings what are we going to do?”

Ooh, you poor diddum’s’!  Do what you often seem to do, ignore the serious stuff, and concentrate on arresting an OAP who is holding up the one-way pedestrian system in the supermarket.

Or a mother and toddler standing too close to grandma.

Or someone who’s not wearing a mask because they feel they will suffocate in the warm weather.

Alternatively, just put the answerphone on with the message ‘Your call is important to us. We are experiencing a high volume of calls just now. One of our highly trained communication device assistants will be available as soon as they have stopped polishing their fingernails.’ Or words to that effect.

From the following link:

Councillor Nesil Caliskan, chair of the Local Government Association’s Safer and Stronger Communities Board, said: “This announcement has caused confusion among councils who need urgent clarity from the Government on any extra resources and details on how it should work on the ground.

“It is right that councils will be able to choose whether marshals are the best way to manage COVID-19 risks in their local areas.

“However, without additional funding to support this proposal, many councils are likely to have to prioritise other activity.

As far as I can tell, Nesil is Turkish for ‘generation’ or ‘breed’. It seems to be a girl’s name. Caliskan is Turkish for ‘hardworking’. Seems a good combination. Still, Nesil, you have stated the obvious. Councils have always had to prioritize their activities.

From the following link:

They cannot fine people but they can alert the police. The move addresses concerns that police were struggling to enforce social-distancing rules because they applied differently in various circumstances.

Poor policey-weecey! Having to work out how to apply the law. Well, GUIDANCE actually. We, Joe Public, might expect a bit of brain work from the Police. Sadly, they gave up much of that when they embraced multi-culturism over catching criminals who rape, steal and murder.

So there you are. Are you any the wiser?

If the answer is ‘No’, might I suggest you look at other pages on this website? You may at least have a laugh.

And maybe even some wisdom.


P.S. I have a song that might be appreciated. See The Covid Wombles

P.P.S. If you are thinking of becoming a Covid Marshal, I have a Covid 19 Sex & Gender Form you can complete before applying for the job. See Covid 19 Sex and gender form

Pssss. Don’t tell everyone, but if you need guidance at all here is some re government coronavirus in the UK. I would be interested to know if the guidance has actually been similar the world over. I am aware that the anti-social distance ‘rules’ varied quite a bit. Which should have made those who checked very suspicious from the start.

G is for…..guidance

P.S. You can tell everyone if you want, I was only kidding.

I knew an old doctor who swallowed a lie

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

29th May, 2022

Well, I don’t know any personally who died for swallowing the lies about vaccines being the ‘saviour of the world’, but I have met some lying, ignorant doctors who should have known better.

And these were of all ages. And on line of course you can find them, leastways they say they are doctors. They certainly doctor the truth which is about all mainstream doctors do nowadays. Whether they are PhD’s or MD’s.

I have suffered from their incompetence and gross ignorance which I may have mentioned before. They consider themselves gods, whereas in reality they are dogs following the pack of stupidity and cupidity.

Anyway, I thought I would continue my posts with this as I gear up for the Battle of Midway in June which started 80 years ago. I am looking for a significant turn of events in the Covid 19 narrative.

As Jean-Luc Picard says to his crew ‘Make it so’. So let’s do it people. Here’s my small contribution. Share as you wish.

I know an old doctor who swallowed a lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor who swallowed fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor who followed the herd

How absurd to follow the herd!

He followed the herd, because of fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor, a bit of a prat

Imagine that, a doctor a prat!

He was a prat, he followed the herd

He followed the herd, because of fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor who swallowed the lot

What a clot, to swallow the lot!

He swallowed the lot, he was a prat

He was a prat, he followed the herd

He followed the herd, because of fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor who started to gloat

Opened his throat, and started to gloat

He started to gloat, ‘cos he swallowed the lot

He swallowed the lot, he was a prat

He was a prat, he followed the herd

He followed the herd, because of fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor was holier-than-thou

I don’t know how, he was holier-than-thou

He was holier-than-thou as he started to gloat

He started to gloat, ‘cos he swallowed the lot

He swallowed the lot, he was a prat

He was a prat, he followed the herd

He followed the herd, because of fake facts

That turned his brain mush, he took the vax

He allowed the vax because of the lie

I don’t know why, he swallowed the lie

Perhaps he’ll die.

I know an old doctor who took the whole course*

He’s dead – of course!


1 That the vaccines will protect you in any way at all.

2 Herd immunity. It is written, broad is the way that leads to destruction.

3 All the lies promoted by many governments and big pharma etc.

4 Whole course of vaccines, expected to be 7 in total. However, if the syringe contains the ‘magic bullet’ then the whole course will not be necessary. Of course.

P. S. If you would like a reminder of Burl Ives version in a song here is a link.

You might be interested to note that these links inspired me to write the alternative version. If anyone has any more suitable links please add in comments.

W is for…..Wisdom

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

27th May, 2022

I thought I would post this. It is a page I put on my site a while back. I think it might contain some wisdom! It might even be mildly amusing if you need amusing. It is not very long.

20th September 2020

What is wisdom? Very simple. It’s in the name. The first two letters, wi. Which sounds like ‘why’. A wise person is someone who asks why, and keeps asking, even into old age. An inquisitive mind.

And like the 2-3 year olds. ‘Why, daddy, why?’, ‘But why?’, ‘Why is water wet?’

That last ones a tough one. All being well, daddy will do his best to answer. If he doesn’t know then he can just say that. ‘I don’t know darling, daddy doesn’t know everything I’m afraid’.

Of course the child might then ask ‘Why don’t you know everything daddy?’. ‘Because I am not God, dearest.’ could be his reply.

‘Does God know everything daddy?’ ‘Err, yes, I suppose he must do.’ says daddy.

So the question is, if you lack wisdom, who do you go to? Daddy, a friend, the internet? I imagine lots of people prefer the later nowadays. What about God, whoever He may be? Can He be asked?

Proverbs are ‘words put forward’ for consideration. And the book of Proverbs in the Bible is a good place to start. In chapter 4 verse 7 it says ‘The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding.’

In the New Testament it says in the Letter of James ‘If any of you lacks wisdom you should ask God’. The following link is useful with a selection of verses from the scriptures.

They include ‘Is not wisdom found among the aged? Does not long life bring understanding?’ Yes, it generally does, although there are exceptions, sadly.

Some people never learn, that is they learn but don’t take the lesson to heart and do what is necessary.

Also ‘When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.’ The humility to ask questions, even if it makes you look an idiot. If you don’t know, just ask. Better that than get something wrong and look a complete idiot.

And ‘How much better to get wisdom than gold, to get insight rather than silver!’. It seems obvious that you can’t take it with you when you die, so why waste your time accumulating gold, silver or an account full of big numbers?

The list also includes ‘For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than human strength.’ Perhaps you find some of what I say elsewhere is foolish. My messing around with words.

But who is the author of words if not God himself? And Jesus Christ who is the Word of God according to the Gospel of John in the Bible.

Of course, there is plenty of wisdom outside of the Bible. Take Wisden’s Cricketers’ Almanack, described as the ‘bible of cricket’. All you need to know about cricket I suppose. Not, of course, all you can know. That would be impossible.

I see there was an editor of the publication called Sydney Pardon. ‘What?’ I said Pardon. You can imagine the jokes. While watching a match at Lord’s a son says to his hard-of- hearing father ‘I say, pater, did you see that corker of a catch from young Blenkinsopp?’

As the crowd is clapping, the father can’t hear and says ‘Pardon?’. And Sydney sitting behind says ‘Yes?’.

Or when Sydney was going to the interview for the post of editor, it might have gone like this.

‘Thank you for coming today. Could you tell us your name, please’


‘I said, could you tell us your name.’


‘I said could you tell us your name!’

‘Pardon, my name is Sydney Pardon.’

Anyway, Wisden’s Almanack is, amongst other things, a calendar of events from the last cricketing year. Which leads me on to…

Calendar Girls. A film based on a true story and according to Wikipedia ‘…based on a true story of a group of middle-aged Yorkshire women who produced a nude calendar to raise money for Leukaemia Research under the auspices of the Women’s Institutes in April 1999 after the cancer death of the husband of one of their members.’

Why is this related to wisdom? Only because Women’s Institutes is abbreviated to W.I, the first letters of wisdom as my wife once pointed out to me.

And it seems there is a lot of wisdom in the W.I., a lot of quiet, unseen wisdom. It is not just ‘Jam and Jerusalem’. My mother was part of a local branch. Whilst the W.I. is a women’s only organisation , “Anyone who is living as a woman is welcome to join the WI and to participate in any WI activities in the same way as any other woman”.

That’s from

How about living with a women? That wouldn’t be sexist then. Or perhaps men should put dresses on and try and join. Just to make a point.

I think the W.I. has lost some wisdom along the line. In the beginning God made man(kind) male and female, not transgender etc.

And the beginnings of the W.I. was in the Women’s Guilds started in the Church of Scotland. Which was at a time when the Church of Scotland believed in God and His Word, unlike today.

So perhaps, they, the W.I, the Church of Scotland, and indeed all of us should go looking for wisdom.

And ask God.


P.S. I have added these paragraphs recently (5th April 2021) as I am a bit slow sometimes. I should have thought a bit about the ‘dom’ of wisdom. dom is short for dominus, as in Latin for Lord or in French ‘sieur’. In English ‘Sir’, but without the EU of course!!

Who is the Lord? Well, there is Jesus Christ. Try Him. He said He and the Father are one.

Who is the Father? He is the heavenly Father, the God and Father of us all.

So again I repeat, if you lack wisdom go ask God. If He is busy He will ask one or more of His angels to help you. He would love to answer all of you personally but He can’t, which is why sometimes it looks as though He is not listening.

But He did write it all down in a book called the Bible. You will find lots in there if you search and keep asking why. And because He is not limited to one book, He wrote other things elsewhere like the constellations of heaven and the creation generally.

I will explain more elsewhere in due course. Do keep a look out if you are interested.

Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine and Covid 19

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

24th May, 2022

The arguments over these medicines has been raging a while now, and many have argued why these are effective (or not). In my wrapping up the Covid 19 health issues this is something I must cover so that I can say I have checked. I am using Wikipedia as base information.

There is a summary and conclusions at the end.


It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines.

Above is its basic chemical formula. There is no nitrogen so I would say it was not neuro-toxic. There are some concerns re neurotoxicity in humans but I am suspicious of the sources for this. I strongly suspect fake news.

After its discovery in 1975, its first uses were in veterinary medicine to prevent and treat heartworm and acariasis (essentially parasites/mites).

This link explains more about its discovery etc. but is quite long. It is a part of a family of medicines called Avermectins.

The Wikipedia link says

During the COVID-19 pandemic, – which means it’s over?? –

misinformation has been widely spread claiming that ivermectin is beneficial for treating and preventing COVID-19. Such claims are not backed by credible scientific evidence.

Foot notes link EMA, European Medicines Agency as a credible source.

From above

The review process of the European Medicines Agency regarding medical issues has been criticized for its lack of transparency.[29] In a rebuttal of an EMS review that included her work, Louise Brinth, a Danish physician, noted that “experts” reviewing data remain unnamed and seem to be bound to secrecy. Minutes are not released and diverging opinions are not reported suggesting that all the “experts” are of the same opinion. In her view the process is unscientific and undemocratic.


The EMA is roughly parallel to the drug part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Oh, dear. Given the corrupted nature of the FDA, this does not fill me will trust for the EMA.

The other footnote is a link to website. This seems rather dodgy, and not the BMJ primary source anyway which surely should be used.

Multiple major health organizations, including the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the European Medicines Agency, and the World Health Organization have stated that ivermectin is not authorized or approved to treat COVID-19.

Just because something is not authorized or approved, does not mean it is not safe.

It remains unclear if ivermectin is safe during pregnancy.

This article says

Antibiotic ivermectin selectively induces apoptosis in chronic myeloid leukemia through inducing mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress

Yes, quite. In plain English it kills the rogue cells by disrupting the shop floor of the cell factory like a communist trade unionist for example.

Or even more simply, putting a spanner in the works.

Today we see this on the internet, only they put spammers in the works.


India uses Ivermectin, Israel uses vaccines, which is doing better? Ivermectin of course, vaccines are pointless at best, harmful or dangerous at worst.

On using Ivermectin, vitamin C etc to detox

Comparison of Ivermectin with vaccines

Adverse effects

Side effects, although uncommon, include fever, itching, and skin rash when taken by mouth

Ivermectin is considered relatively free of toxicity in standard doses (around 300 µg/kg).

One concern is neurotoxicity after large overdoses

The CDC advises against consuming doses intended for livestock or doses intended for external use and warns that increasing misuse of ivermectin-containing products is resulting in an increasing rate of harmful overdoses.

Some people can be rather dim and forget they are not horses, even though in the USA and other countries they may eat like one!!

COVID-19 misinformation

Subsequent research failed to confirm the utility of ivermectin for COVID-19,

The foot note links in the main article says

Our confidence in the evidence is very low

Which essentially means the studies are considered insufficient to prove matters one way or another. But then the same applies to the vaccines, doesn’t it? Which is why governments are very keen that everybody take part in the trial of the vaccines to see if they work or die in the process. Or be maimed, whatever.

Were you aware you are a guinea pig if you take the vaccines? Mmm…let me think…no, I doubt you were. But hopefully you were sensible enough not to play Russian roulette with your body and not take them.

Study says  

Based on the current very low‐ to low‐certainty evidence, we are uncertain about the efficacy and safety of ivermectin used to treat or prevent COVID‐19. The completed studies are small and few are considered high quality. Several studies are underway that may produce clearer answers in review updates. Overall, the reliable evidence available does not support the use of ivermectin for treatment or prevention of COVID‐19 outside of well‐designed randomized trials.

This all seems to fly in the face of those clinicians who have said it clearly works.

And raise the question as to why vaccines are not considered in the same way.

But that’s easy as I have pointed out; to have a worldwide trial. Whether it is well designed may be difficult to ascertain, but would explain the different approaches by the various countries. And why it seems on the face of things not to make any sense at all.

Is the light dawning on you by any chance?

Anyway, this link which says there is evidence that ivermectin works.

Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin. Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease. The apparent safety and low cost suggest that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic globally.

Of course low cost is in everybody’s interest. Except big pharma and those who benefit who like high cost and lots of profit from selling something at low cost for exaggerated amounts. Sell you something which may harm or even kill you.


Given the evidence of efficacy, safety, low cost, and current death rates, ivermectin is likely to have an impact on health and economic outcomes of the pandemic across many countries. Ivermectin is not a new and experimental drug with an unknown safety profile. It is a WHO “Essential Medicine” already used in several different indications, in colossal cumulative volumes. Corticosteroids have become an accepted standard of care in COVID-19, based on a single RCT of dexamethasone.1 If a single RCT is sufficient for the adoption of dexamethasone, then a fortiori the evidence of 2 dozen RCTs supports the adoption of ivermectin.

So an existing safe medicine if correctly dosed subject to the individual’s needs, as opposed to an unsafe experimental vaccine which is expensive. And pointless in any event unless you like money and killing or harming people.



It is cheap, but subject to supply and demand of course.

Currently, ivermectin is commercially available and affordable in many countries globally.6 A 2018 application for ivermectin use for scabies gives a direct cost of $2.90 for 100 12-mg tablets.22 A recent estimate from Bangladesh23 reports a cost of US$0.60—US$1.80 for a 5-day course of ivermectin. For these reasons, the exploration of ivermectin’s potential effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2 may be of particular importance for settings with limited resources.24 If demonstrated to be effective as a treatment for COVID-19, the cost-effectiveness of ivermectin should be considered against existing treatments and prophylaxes.

Cost in U.S.A. difficult to determine, this may vary enormously as people take advantage of supply and demand. People will still sell you something that works at excessive prices, but at least that is better than being sold something that doesn’t work at excessive prices, like vaccines for example.

Pfizer vaccine costs.

In India

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine may be priced in India under $10 dollars or Rs 730

In U.S.A.

Pfizer is charging the US $19.50 per dose.

Comparison Ivermectin and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccines are supposed to be preventative, not curative, so in reality one is not comparing like with like. However, consider this.

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine has an average rating of 8.2 out of 10 from a total of 10 ratings on 73% of reviewers reported a positive effect, while 0% reported a negative effect.

An outright lie! 8 out of 10 have some negative effect to varying degree, some quite severe. That is 80%!!!

As regards positive effects this is wrong. It refers to no or limited side effects, not that it actually worked as you cannot tell.

Note one was badly injured by polio vaccine but was happy with this vaccine.

Insert pdf.

Ivermectin has an average rating of 5.4 out of 10 from a total of 7 ratings for the treatment of COVID-19. 43% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 43% reported a negative experience.

8 reviews, 1 did not put a figure out of 10. This one was positive, could have put a 10 when comparing to others.

The 4/10 rated one seems odd as it is clear a positive effect was experienced.

A 1/10 rated one say husband previously ill with diarrhoea so probably other issues and Ivermectin unsuitable.

 A 1/10 rated one says she took it after a positive test, but no indication she was ill in the first place apart for the positive test, which could well be flawed.

If she took for 9 days as stated yet didn’t need it, then problems bound to arise.

I therefore consider 62% had positive experience, rounding down, 43% had a negative experience, rounding up.


As an aside there is this, one of the avermectins.

Extracted from above.

Abamectin is highly toxic to bees either if they consume or come in direct contact.[18] However, plant parts exposed to abamectin spraying did not cause toxicity to bees 24 hours after treatment.[18][19] The reason for lower toxicity in foliage is due to a half life <24 hours in plant surfaces.

You may note Abamectin is highly toxic to bees, perhaps because it has a ‘b’ in the name!

None of the other Avermectins have a ‘b’ in their name.

Trade names include Abba,

Like father (or the pop group!), even the heavenly Father. Interesting.


It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines.

Above is its basic chemical formula. There is nitrogen so I would say it was neuro-toxic. Its use is therefore suspect for Covid 19. However, it

is a medication used to prevent and treat malaria in areas where malaria remains sensitive to chloroquine.

Fever is the main issue with malaria.

In essence Hydroxychloroquine is acting to reduce fever symptoms as quinine has been known to do for many years.

With the ‘flu or Covid 19 as it is now known, and where fever is occurring, one could expect it to help.

However, drinking gin and tonic water, as my grandfather used to do, may well be just as good! Although he did do a gin and French (the French being a French vermouth, a wine/herb alcoholic drink) and I daresay this shows the benefits of herbs in wine.

However, I also recommend grapefruit and tonic as I found this very soothing if ‘flu symptoms seemed approaching and to keep the fever down or at bay.

NB Please note that not all tonic waters are created equal. Do not touch the artificial sweetener variety as the sweeteners are neuro-toxic.

I will have to do another post to highlight the issues of sweeteners, although there is good stuff out there on the net warning of the dangers.

Adverse effects

Wikipedia says Hydroxychloroquine has a narrow therapeutic index, meaning there is little difference between toxic and therapeutic doses.

However, the foot note link appears to refer to Ivermctin which makes no sense. Does this reflect the standard of Wikipedia editing? Yes it most certainly does.

There are various side effects, but in general it appears this will be due to over dosing. Tonic water, that is the quinine in it, is bitter, so one would not want too much of that at any one time anyway. As a drug, Hydroxychloroquine is sold in tablet form, so probably much easier to overdose.

Tonic water which contains liquid will limit your exposure to high doses and give you fluids which your body will need to flush out the toxins.

Among studies that deemed hydroxychloroquine intake to cause harmful side effects, a publication by The Lancet was retracted due to data flaws.

This hardly inspires you with confidence on how studies are performed which wish to degrade an ‘Essential Medicine’.

However, it is in essence as I have said, neuro-toxic, so one would have to be careful on that basis. It is not a cure, more of a symptom reducer to help ease discomfort whilst your immune system gets on with the job of healing.

COVID-19 misinformation

From April to June 2020, there was an emergency use authorization for their use in the United States,[60] and was used off label for potential treatment of the disease.[61] On 24 April 2020, citing the risk of “serious heart rhythm problems”, the FDA posted a caution against using the drug for COVID19 “outside of the hospital setting or a clinical trial”.

Their use was withdrawn as a possible treatment for COVID19 infection when it proved to have no benefit for hospitalized patients with severe COVID-19 illness in the international Solidarity trial and UK RECOVERY Trial.[63][64] On 15 June, 2020, the FDA revoked its emergency use authorization, stating that it was “no longer reasonable to believe” that the drug was effective against COVID-19 or that its benefits outweighed “known and potential risks”.

This frankly is misleading at best. Its use is limited as described and, yes, once in hospital and severely ill, I daresay its benefits, if any, may be very limited. It won’t clear out toxins and could add to them.

Realistically the sick person needs intervention with vitamin C in large doses such at the Chinese were giving in early 2020 to respiratory diseased people.

But then I wouldn’t go near a hospital nowadays, with the ethical medics having left or been forced out because they won’t take a potentially harmful or deadly vaccine.

In 2021, hydroxychloroquine was part of the recommended treatment for mild cases in India. This seems sensible, and fits the pattern of its makeup.


It is sold under the brand name Plaquenil among others.

I am not going to list possible prices, but it doesn’t seem expensive.

Sweetener free tonic water.

I am not going to list possible prices, but will cost more than those with artificial sweetener. But then what price health?

The problem of cost is down to sugar tax. A cunning plan by big pharma to put more neuro-toxic substances into the unwary. The bastards.

Sugar may have issues, I have yet to do a detailed post, but not nearly as bad as neuro-toxic sweeteners.

Summary and conclusions

Ivermectin is showing that it can be used effectively to treat Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu.

Hydroxychloroquine is showing that it can be used to moderate Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu, but is neuro-toxic so use is very limited to fever reduction early on as I see it.

Most big pharma drugs are neuro-toxic and only moderate symptoms, and do not deal with the underlying cause, the toxins already in your body.

In reality, I consider you are better off getting artificial sweetener free tonic water from the supermarket etc. if you can if you have the onset of a fever, or going through one.

Mix with grapefruit juice is my suggestion, but really you need to flush out your system with plenty of clean water and anti-oxidant vitamin C. You could make your own mix, please note citric acid is NOT the same. Even vitamin C powders are not all created equal, but much better than big pharma drugs.

Ivermectin has been vilified even more than Hydroxychloroquine because of course it is more effective!

A trade name of Abamectin is Abba, like father, even the heavenly Father. You see, there is big clue in the word. Fathers are good for you, even the heavenly Father!

These are relatively low cost treatments compared to current vaccines, which in any event are part of a trial.

When the Bible talks about ‘trials and tribulations’ especially in the book of revelation, this is what it means.

I now speak to any who have had the vaccines and are still not wise to the fraud. If you take the vaccines you are being put through a trial. I do hope you realised this, but probably not.

After all nobody told you, did they, in advance?

Or maybe they did, and you weren’t listening? But this is what happens when you ignore God and go your own way. You suffer the consequences of your stupidity.

So do get a grip, and as old Baldy say, the cure to Covid 19 is in the name. C Or VItamin D, stress on the capitals.

D for protection in advance, and C for sorting you out if you get it.

D for daddy and the heavenly Father, C for cure, the curate of your souls.

P.S. If you need more information on Covid 19 and the various issues, including vaccines and Remdesivir, a supposedly anti-viral drug see here.

Covid 19 Summary

NB Please not the WHO is currently debating amendments to the pandemic provisions and seems to indicate a centralising of control. It seems to suggest that this will limit individual countries participation/choices in the matter.

In essence possibly giving big pharma/powerful lobbyists greater influence than before.

If you wish to object to the amendments there is a petition on the net.

P.P.S. A heads up to say that I hope to do a post on the Battle of Midway in early June. This was a turning point in the war in the Pacific, so one needs to be on ones guard as to what is going on, a good time to fight in my books to strike a tactical and strategic blow to the evil ones.

Exactly what that may mean I don’t know, but be encouraged by that.

A is for…..Angels

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

21st May, 2022

This a page on my site, which I did in 2020. I am being lazy today and posting this. I was amazed how this was given to me. The whole thing flowed, and seems quite logical. I hope it is useful.

24th August 2020

And says the word comes

‘From Middle English angel, aungel, ængel, engel, from Anglo-Norman angele, angle and Old English ænġel, enġel, enċġel (“angel, messenger”),… ‘

Also that

‘The religious sense of the Greek word first appeared in the Septuagint as a translation of the Hebrew word מַלְאָךְ‎ (malʾāḵ, “messenger”) or יהוה מַלְאָךְ (malʾāḵ YHWH, “messenger of YHWH”).’

I have said before that the English are Angels, as they stem from the Angles who came from what is now Northern Germany. But have you considered that there is a correlation between mathematical angles and angels? No? Well try this.

There are, in essence, 6 types of angles. If you take a circle and divide it thus.

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You have two halves and what can be considered a line of reflection. The top will contain the following.

 Acute angles; under 90°. Right angles; 90°. Obtuse angles; over 90°.

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The bottom half contains the reflex or reflection angles thus.

Reflex acute; under 270°. Reflex right; 90°. Over 270°; Reflex obtuse.

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The same applies to angels.

In the heavenly realms there are Acute angels. Wiktionary gives extensive etymology to acute, but includes quick, shrill, sensitive and sharp. These are female angels. They will prod you into action.

Cute is shortened from acute, and can mean “keenly perceptive or discerning, shrewd”. Nowadays it also means attractive.

Then there are Right angels. These are upright, neither going to left or right. These are essentially strong angels, and will fight for right, for what is right.

They are straight, not bent. They will put matters straight. They are sane, and competent. And they sort out tangles, things in a right-tangle. These are male angels.

The last group are the Obtuse angels. These are narrow-minded, boring, dull, and lifeless. They batter, beat and bruise you. They are blunt but not in a good sense. More like a blunt instrument or blunt tool. These are both male and female, but confused about their gender. Or just confused.

These are again all in the heavenly realms, which is why I have coloured the lines blue to represent the sky, or heavens.

The Reflex angels are those on earth. Human beings, made by God and the angels as described. I have coloured these green to represent the earth as covered by green things (although much is missing now with deserts etc).

It should be obvious which is which. It is not to say that there is overlap, but then that is the result of sin. Sin is disobedience, really just not following the guidance given by the Lord God.

Not following His guidance leads to chaos. As Oliver Hardy might say to Stan Laurel ‘Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into.’

As opposed to ‘Well, here’s another mess NICE have gotten me into’. NICE is National Institute for Clinical Excellence. I think their guidance has been confusing. However, I can’t find much online to say that people struggle with it. Perhaps they are just being nice to NICE.

But back to angels. There is other information online which may be useful, but the essence is as I have described.

The Bible only seems to specifically name two good angels. We have Gabriel who delivers messages, such as to Daniel and Mary.

Gabriel is in fact God’s smiling angel, and has the gift of the gab. Gab- means to talk, -ri- is smile, and -el is angel. A talking, smiling angel.

Then there is Michael. He is called an archangel in the letter of Jude. The chief angel over all other angels. Michael is Mi-cha-el. Cha is tea in Chinese, so it is my tea angel. A ‘T’ like the T that Jesus hung upon as I describe in J is for…..Jesus.

Michael is known as a strong angel, one who is right, a Right angel. And there is great strength in the ‘T’ of Jesus Christ.

In the phonetics Michael is ‘mikh-ah-ale’. So looks like not just tea, but ale for Michael. The English, or angles, or angels, drink tea and ale, the latter a type of beer. Perhaps that is why they do so well in life on the whole.

There are also the evil angels, most notably Lucifer, or Loopy Lucy, as I have mentioned elsewhere. The book of Revelation talks about a third of the stars falling to earth as a result of the action of a red, or fiery dragon. This is equated to the angels (stars) and the Devil and Satan. I will deal with them elsewhere.

So which type of angel do you want to be? Personally, I would not wish on anybody an Obtuse angel. That leaves Right angels and Acute angels to choose from.

As I am a MAN, and male, I go for Right angel. If you are female I would suggest Acute angel. I believe life goes well when Right angels and Acute angels come together as Husband and Wife. Complimentary roles.

People talk about angels, such as ‘Do be an angel and go and get me a cup of tea’ or ‘Oh you are an angel.’ when someone does something good for you.

So why not try it yourself? Go on, be an angel.

P.S. If you want to know more about God why no try this.

G is for…..God

And you can find more generally about God and Jesus elsewhere across my site. World menu will give you lots to choose from, from serious to humorous.

And visa versa.

Second Battle of Kharkov 12th–28th May 1942

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

18th May, 2022

As there are goings on in the Ukraine and can probably be expected to continue for a while to keep the dim from looking at other evils in the world, I thought would do a post on this battle on the eastern front in World War Two.

Kharkov or Kharkiv as some want to call it now, was the focus of attention. The Soviet Union hoped to take it in a two pronged attack.

However, the Germans had decided to destroy the salient the Russians had gained across the river Donets, so the Russians strategy was actually playing into the Germans hands.

What is interesting is that today we see similar goings on in the region. This is a link to what is understood to be the situation on the ground. Whether it is really the case I don’t know. There has been so much distortion of truth, it is difficult to see the wood for the trees.

Anyway, as per usual I shall take a sideways look at the proceedings in WW2. The names and places may bear some resemblance to the real names. We shall see what come of it.

I use this link as a basis and text in italics (if any) will come from it unless otherwise stated.

The Second Battle of Kharkov or Operation Fredericus

Or the second battle for the car keys or Opera-tea-on Fred & Eric (known as US). In other words, a song followed by tea and Fred & Eric are paying.

1          Background

1.1      General situation on the Eastern Front

Now the Germ-man and the Rush-Ian were at loggerheads over the living room they both wanted to use. The Germ-man called it lebens raum, the Rush-Ian called it место обитания or mesto obitaniya.

Or to clarify, the Germ-man was called Ben and said it was Ben’s room, whilst the Rush-Ian said it was ‘mine too, a bit and I yes’ (rough translation). The mesto bit is like ‘mes’ in French meaning ‘my’, so this was part of the MeTo# movement.

Please note that Ben’s country Germ-many, the land of many Germs, was considered the Farterland, where the Farters came from.

And Ian’s country was Rush-here, the Motherland, Родина or Rodina. In reality Rodina was ‘Row diner’ or the row that the two had over who was going to cook diner.

Winter has been tough that year as usual and both were exhausted over the arguments in the latest rounds of lockdown. You know, ‘It’s a hoax, no it isn’t’, that sort of thing.

There was the ruler of the Rushes called Joe Stallin’ as he was always stalling for time and trying to delay his counter-part, the ruler of the Germ-men, A-dolt Hitter (due to his propensity for hitting the stupid or anybody who disagreed with him over the head with a blunt instrument).

Now Joe decided to come off the fence and attack his neighbour A-dolt, who had taken some of his garden in the U-crane.

However, Joe’s advisors (wearing visors against the coronavirus) in the read army staff (they liked reading you see), didn’t like Joe’s idea.

These included Boris-Shap O’ Sneakoff, who would sneak off and have illegal parties despite coronavirus restrictions,I-likes-and-r Vaz-will-love-Sky who liked watching Sky sports for example, and Go-orgy Zoo-cough who got up to something in the local animal sanctuary (don’t ask) and caught Covid 19 in the Fruit bat enclosure.

Vaz-will-love-Sky was hoping the Germ-men’s reserves would run out onto the pitch (he loved football) and was arguing for a defensive strategy.

On the other handZoo-cough thought the Germ-men could carry out their thrusts on two axis, the axident and the v-axident (from their tank the Merck Pfizer), both of which would dent the Rush-Ians badly.

Joe however, was sure that opening a spring by coming off the fence would destabilise the Germ-men before they could get off the fence themselves and attack the cows grazing in the moss, or Mosscow as the locality was known.

1.2      Choosing the strategy

I have decided it may help here to include the Wikipedia text for ease of reference.

After the conclusion of the winter offensive, Stalin and the Soviet –Armed Forces General Staff (Stavka)

Joe wanted to get his So-ve-ate Staff Car out but the keys were in Car-key-v, held by the Germ-men.

believed that the eventual German offensives would aim for Moscow, and also with a big offensive to the south, mirroring Operation Barbarossa

Barbara Ross was a distant cousin of Diana, the famous singer from Mo’s Town in the U.S.A.

and Operation Typhoon

Opera-tea-on Thai-Food, when the Germ-men tried to go for a takeaway in Mosscow before sitting down with a nice cup of tea to watch an opera win free on the telly.

in 1941. Although the Stavka believed that the Germans had been defeated

– when the winter gave them frost bite and their feet had to be removed –

before Moscow, the seventy divisions which faced Moscow remained a threat. Stalin, most generals and front commanders believed that the principal effort would be a German offensive towards Moscow. Emboldened by the success of the winter offensive, Stalin was convinced that local offensives in the area would wear down German forces, weakening German efforts to mount another operation to take Moscow. Stalin had agreed to prepare the Red Army for an “active strategic defence” but later gave orders for the planning of seven local offensives, stretching from the Baltic Sea

I.e. the Balti C, a curry house in Linengrab (the Rush-Ians like being dressed in Linen, invented by Glad-I’m-here Linen)

to the Black Sea.

Black C, where the owners burnt the food. This was not considered racist back then to make things black (or white for that matter).

One area was Kharkov, where action was originally ordered for March.

As previously indicated the car keys were here in Car-key-v. Also sometimes shortened to Car-key. The Rush-Ians dressed like the locals to look as inconspicuous as possible by donning Khaki uniforms.

As they had no transport they would have to walk or march there, thus setting off in March was a good idea. As far as I am aware you cannot go for an April or May anywhere.

Early that month, the Stavka issued orders to Southwestern Strategic Direction headquarters for an offensive in the region, after the victories following the Rostov

Rust-off, an old rusty car in the rural area (or rust-ic area).

Strategic Offensive Operation (27 November – 2 December 1941) and the Barvenkovo–Lozovaya

Bar-then-covo Lots-of-a-yah, i.e. they went to a bar, caught Covid (allegedly) followed by lots of ‘I’a told you so’ from their self-righteous neighbours.

Offensive Operation (18–31 January 1942) in the Donbas region.

Dumb Ass region, distantly related to the Democratic regions in the USA.

The forces of Marshal Semyon Timoshenko

Ma-Shall Semi-on Timmy-Shen- &-Co., a car rental firm.

and Lieutenant General Kirill Moskalenko

Left-tenant (he was a true socialist of the left) Krill Moss-Car-Len-&-Co (he ran a competing car rental service of course).

penetrated German positions along the northern Donets River,

Doughnuts River where they could get doughnuts to keep them going on the journey to Car-key-v.

east of Kharkov. Fighting continued into April, with Moskalenko crossing the river and establishing a tenuous bridgehead at Izium.

Is-he-um, which is why the bridgehead was tenuous as they couldn’t be, well, um, sure they would hold it.

In the south, the Soviet 6th Army had limited success defending against German forces, which managed to keep a bridgehead of their own on the east bank of the river. Catching the attention of Stalin, it set the pace for the prelude to the eventual offensive intended to reach Pavlohrad

where they had been promised pavlova to eat.

and Sinelnikovo

Sin Ellie Kovo, the local brothel keeper. She was a soup angel, as broth is soup in Scotland, so you can have soup to start with before the pavlova.

and eventually Kharkov and Poltava.

By 15 March, Soviet commanders introduced preliminary plans for an offensive towards Kharkov, assisted by a large number of reserves.

In fact these were p-reserves to help the Rush-Ians if they got caught in a traffic jam.

On 20 March, Timoshenko held a conference in Kupiansk

Cup-Ian’s, something to drink out of.

to discuss the offensive and a report to Moscow, prepared by Timoshenko’s chief of staff, Lieutenant General Ivan Baghramian

I-van Bag-ram-Ian, who had a van they could use and a bag made out of a ram’s fleece for carrying food etc.

summed up the conference, although arguably leaving several key intelligence features out.

such as where were the car keys in car-key-v anyway. And reminding one of governments and many medical ‘experts’ today who forget to stress to people the importance of vitamin D despite the fact this has been known about for decades.

The build-up of Soviet forces in the region of Barvenkovo and Vovchansk

Vol-chance, where they was a chance of voluntary assistance, although others say it was a cryptic allusion to ‘pigs might fly’ such as the NHS might get its act together anytime soon.

continued well into the beginning of May. Final details were settled following discussions between Stalin, Stavka and the leadership of the Southwestern Strategic Direction led by Timoshenko throughout March and April, with one of the final Stavka directives issued on 17 April.

2          Prelude

2.1      Soviet order of battle

By 11 May 1942, the Red Army was able to allocate six armies under two fronts, amongst other formations. The Southwestern Front had the 21st Army, 28th Army, 38th Army and the 6th Army. By 11 May, the 21st Tank Corps had been moved into the region with the 23rd Tank Corps, with another 269 tanks. There were also three independent rifle divisions and a rifle regiment from the 270th Rifle Division, concentrated in the area, supported by the 2nd Cavalry Corps in Bogdanovka.

The Calvary corpse in Bogged-down-of-car. Note the rifle divisions to rifle taxpayers pockets to get money for arms in U-crane.

The Soviet Southern Front had the 57th and 9th armies, along with thirty rifle divisions, a rifle brigade and the 24th Tank Corps, the 5th Cavalry Corps and three Guards rifle divisions. At its height, the Southern Front could operate eleven guns or mortars per kilometre of front.

Nobody mentions small arms, so this was not many guns between all the soldiers. Mortars great for building bricks walls but….

Forces regrouping in the sector ran into the rasputitsa,

Rasputitsa means the muddy season, hence the car was bogged down as previously mentioned. This like “Ra’s put it sa” or “Ra’s put it there”. Or most likely as God gets blamed for the messes in the world  “God’s pooh is there”.

I don’t think Rasputin came from here, but as his name is mud he should have done.

which turned much of the soil into mud. This caused severe delays in the preparations and made reinforcing the Southern and Southwestern Front take longer than expected. Senior Soviet representatives criticised the front commanders for poor management of forces, an inability to stage offensives and for their armchair generalship

Like many at home trying to make sense of what is going on in the Ukraine today and led astray by MSM.

Because the regrouping was done so haphazardly, the Germans received some warning of Soviet preparations. Moskalenko,

Possibly a relation of earlier one, Moss-car-Len-car. These were a couple of cars belong to Moss (related to the Moss Brothers who made suits, and Len who wasn’t and didn’t).

the commander of the 38th Army, placed the blame on the fact that the fronts did not plan in advance to regroup and showed a poor display of front management.

Which explains the poor performance of Moss Brothers by not displaying the suits well enough.

It says

2021 February – Moss Bros posts a loss of £7.4m for the year ending January 2020, prior to the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

See. I told you.

 (He commented afterwards that it was no surprise that the “German-Fascist command divined our plans”.)

That’s it, blame the Germ-men for your own faults.

2.2      Soviet leadership and manpower

The primary Soviet leader was Marshal Semyon Timoshenko, a veteran of World War I and the Russian Civil War. Timoshenko had achieved some success at the Battle of Smolensk

Where Smole hills helped frustrate the germ-men somewhat. Smole hili short for ‘It’s a mole hill’.

Smolensk is situated on seven hills (mountains).


See, told you. Although as the maximum height is about 850’ (260m) mountains is pushing it a bit. Hills please.

in 1941 but was eventually defeated. Timoshenko orchestrated the victory

He castrated the Victory. Nelson wouldn’t have liked that one bit.

at Rostov during the winter counter-attacks and more success in the spring offensive at Kharkov before the battle itself. Overseeing the actions of the army was Military Commissar Nikita Khrushchev.

No-quitter Crush-off, who would crush all resistance.

See what I mean.

The average Soviet soldier suffered from inexperience

Inn experience, i.e. spending too much time in the inn drinking vodka rather than training.

With the Soviet debacle of the previous year ameliorated only by the barest victory

Because it was the Russian bear of course –

at Moscow, most of the original manpower of the Red Army had been killed, wounded or captured by the Germans, with casualties of almost 1,000,000 just from the Battle of Moscow. The typical soldier in the Red Army was a conscript

He had been conned into fighting –

and had little to no combat experience, and tactical training was practically nonexistent. Coupled with the lack of trained soldiers, the Red Army also began to suffer from the loss of Soviet industrial areas, and a temporary strategic defence was considered necessary.

The General Chief of Staff, Marshal Vasilevsky, recognised that the Soviet Army of 1942 was not ready to conduct major offensive operations against the well-trained German army, because it did not have quantitative and qualitative superiority and because leadership was being rebuilt after the defeats of 1941. (This analysis is retrospective and is an analysis of Soviet conduct during their strategic offensives in 1942, and even beyond, such as Operation Mars

When Mars bars were opened to provide drinks all round –

in October 1942 and the Battle of Târgul Frumos

Tar-goo Threw-moss where the Rush-Anns were to get rather stuck in the gooey tar –

in May 1944.)

2.3      German preparations

N.B. Known as Operation Friedreichcuss when George Friedreich-cuss Black swore he would destroy the Rush-Ians economy. Like today of course.

Unknown to the Soviet forces, the German 6th Army

Part of the 666 Army Group of course.

under the newly appointed General Paulus, was issued orders for Operation Fredericus on 30 April 1942. This operation was to crush the Soviet armies within the Izium salient south of Kharkov, created during the Soviet spring offensives in March and April. The final directive for this offensive, issued on 30 April, gave a start date of 18 May.

The Germans had made a major effort to reinforce Army Group South, and transferred Field Marshal Fedor von Bock

Via the bock door, not the front, otherwise he would have been in the frontline –

former commander of Army Group Center during Operation Barbarossa and Operation Typhoon. On 5 April 1942, Hitler issued Directive 41, which made the south the main area of operations under Case Blue

The case which the democrats use in the States nowadays –

the summer campaign, at the expense of the other fronts. The divisions of Army Group South were brought up to full strength in late April and early May. The strategic objective was illustrated after the victories of Erich von Manstein

He-rich van Man-stay-in – he had made lots of money from ‘Man and a van’ hire –

and the 11th Army in the Crimea

Crime-here where crimes go on here today of course.

The main objective remained the Caucasus

Where the cork trees grow well (please note) and where the USA holds its party meetings –

its oil fields

Oil wells, see earlier –

and as a secondary objective, the city of Stalingrad

Stallin’grad where the Germ-men would be grad-ually stallin’ later.

The plan to begin Operation Fredericus in April led to more forces being allocated to the area of the German 6th Army. Unknown to the Soviet forces, the German army was regrouping in the center of operations for the offensive around Kharkov. On 10 May, Paulus submitted his final draft of Operation Fredericus and feared a Soviet attack. By then, the German army opposite Timoshenko was ready for the operation towards the Caucasus.

3          Soviet offensive

3.1      Initial success

The Red Army offensive began at 6:30 a.m. on 12 May 1942, led by a concentrated hour-long artillery bombardment and a final twenty-minute air attack upon German positions. The ground offensive began with a dual pincer movement from the Volchansk and Barvenkovo salients at 7:30 am. The German defences were knocked out by air raids, artillery-fire and coordinated ground attacks. The fighting was so fierce that the Soviets inched forward their second echelon formations, preparing to throw them into combat as well. Fighting was particularly ferocious near the Soviet village of Nepokrytaia

No-poo-cry-ta-higher, where constipation was a problem which is why the Rush-Ians only inched forward

where the Germans launched three local counter-attacks. The Luftwaffe’s fighter aircraft

Loftwaffle fighter haircraft, took advantage of the constipated Rush-Ians to give them a crew cut by removing their hair. This may remind you Samson whose hair was cut off and lost his strength, until it regrew.

despite their numerical inferiority, quickly defeated the Soviet air units in the airspace above the battle area, but without bombers, dive-bombers and ground-attack aircraft they could only strafe with their machine guns and drop small bombs on the Soviet supply columns and pin down the Soviet infantry. By dark the deepest Soviet advance was 10 kilometres (6.2 mi). Moskalenko, commander of the 38th Army, discovered the movement of several German reserve units and realised that the attack had been opposed by two German divisions, not the one expected, indicating poor Soviet reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering before the battle. A captured diary of a dead German general alluded to the Germans knowing about Soviet plans in the region.

The Germ-men understood about their lunch plans. Or as they said at the time “Ve knew about zer lunch plans, so ve ate dem”. Some food for thought there.

Next day Paulus obtained three infantry divisions and a panzer division for the defence of Kharkov and the Soviet advance was slow, achieving little success except on the left flank. Bock had warned Paulus not to counter-attack without air support, although this was later reconsidered, when several Soviet tank brigades broke through VIII Corps (General Walter Heitz)

Wall-Tar Heights, a tall man. Despite his height and the wall with tar on it Rush-Ian still managed to get over.

in the Volchansk sector, only 19 kilometres (12 mi) from Kharkov. In the first 72 hours the 6th Army lost 16 battalions

batty lions – well, everyone is batty nowadays. Probably the idea that Covid 19 came from a bat does that –

conducting holding actions and local counter-attacks in the heavy rain and mud. By 14 May the Red Army had made impressive gains, but several Soviet divisions were so depleted that they were withdrawn and Soviet tank reserves were needed to defeat the German counter-attacks; German losses were estimated to be minimal, with only 35–70 tanks believed to have been knocked out in the 3rd and 23rd Panzer divisions.

3.2      Luftwaffe

Hitler immediately turned to the Luftwaffe to help blunt the offensive. At this point, its close support corps was deployed in the Crimea, taking part in the siege of Sevastopol

The-vast-apple, like the Big Apple, New York.

Under the command of Wolfram von Richthofen

Wolf-Ram von Rich-Often, who had the head of a wolf and the body of a ram. And was often rich.

the 8th Air Corps

hair corpse, a dead body with hair on it –

was initially ordered to deploy to Kharkov from the Crimea, but this order was rescinded

by Recinda Ardern, the  recidivist .

In an unusual move, Hitler kept it in the Crimea, but did not put the corps under the command of Luftflotte 4

Loft Lottie, who could be found in the roof.

(Air Fleet 4), which already contained 4th Air Corps, under the command of General Kurt Pflugbeil

Curt plug-bile, a rather abrupt vile chap.

and Fliegerführer Süd

Flea-ger-furrer Sud, what you might call a flea circus as opposed to a Flying Circus. You get fleas in furs of course, hence the name here. The sud refers to the soap suds needed to remove fleas from furs when they become a nuisance –

(Flying Command South), a small anti-shipping command based in the Crimea. Instead, he allowed Richthofen to take charge of all operations over Sevastopol. The siege in the Crimea was not over, and the Battle of the Kerch

Bottle of the Kirsch, where they were fighting over the last bottle of cherry brandy. Cherries grow in the Crimea. It is not a crime here of course –

Peninsula had not yet been won. Hitler was pleased with the progress there and content to keep Richthofen where he was, but he withdrew close support assets from Fliegerkorps VIII

Flea-ger-corpse, the fleas you will find in a Germ-man corpse, or indeed any other corpse. Fleas allegedly caused Black Death, but they didn’t know about vitamin D back then. People rather ignorant today too, but that’s another story.

in order to prevent a Soviet breakthrough at Kharkov. The use of the Luftwaffe to compensate for the German Army’s lack of firepower suggested to von Richthofen that the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht

 O’Bak-O’Man-do  the Were-macked. A distant relation of O’Barak O’Barmy who lives in the USA I believe. Were macked because he had a Big Mac. The rain coat not the edible kind. Mind you, given the way they source the meat, I wouldn’t touch Big Mac’s with a barge pole.

And they might put sodium nitrite in the burgers! May be they don’t.

But no wonder many in the USA are unwell and obese.

(OKW, “High Command of the Armed Forces”) saw the Luftwaffe mainly as a ground support arm. This angered Richthofen who complained that the Luftwaffe was treated as “the army’s whore”

The armies war. This should be obvious. You can’t win war’s without boots on the ground.

As to whores, well, if their boobs are on the ground I don’t know what that might mean. Probably that the war has gone tits down as opposed to tits up.

Now that he was not being redeployed to Kharkov, Richthofen also complained about the withdrawal of his units from the ongoing Kerch and Sevastopol battles. He felt that the transfer of aerial assets

Hairy-elle ass-ates, a type of hairy el or angel riding an ass –

to Kharkov made victory in the Crimea uncertain. In reality, the Soviet units at Kerch were already routed and the Axis position at Sevastopol was comfortable.

The ass was big and comfortable. If you have a big ass you will know what I mean.

Despite von Richthofen’s opposition, powerful air support was on its way to bolster the 6th Army and this news boosted German morale.

Rather like today when people hear there is a booster on the way from big pharma to try out and see if it works this time.

Spoiler alert: it won’t.

Army commanders, such as Paulus and Bock, placed so much confidence in the Luftwaffe that they ordered their forces not to risk an attack without air support. In the meantime, Fliegerkorps IV, was forced to use every available aircraft. Although meeting more numerous Soviet air forces, the Luftwaffe achieved air superiority and limited the German ground forces’ losses to Soviet aviation, but with some crews flying more than 10 missions per day. By 15 May, Pflugbeil was reinforced and received Kampfgeschwader

Camp-gays-Wader, a type of Wellington boot for the camp followers who carried the sandwiches for the picnic. You know the ones with the lettuce, bacon, guacamole, tomato, quinoa plus whatever takes your fancy darling.

Or LGBTQ+ for short.

27 (Bomber Wing 27, or KG 27)

27 KG or kilograms, relatively lightweight.

Kampfgeschwader 51 (KG 51)

51 KG or kilograms, mediumweight.

Kampfgeschwader 55 (KG 55)

A similar weight.

and Kampfgeschwader 76 (KG 76)

76 KG or kilograms, heavyweight.

equipped with Junkers Ju 88

Junk-curs or Jew 88, despite its name not junk but very effective. Bit like the 88mm anti-aircraft gun of WW2 used by the Germans against allied and Russian tanks.

and Heinkel He 111 bombers

He-ink-el or HE 111, the telephone number to ring first if you have a medical problem.


Starts-camp-gays-wader 77, the first thing to try on.

(Dive Bomber Wing 77, or StG 77)

The dive bummer, the chap who could get you into a dive or night club.

also arrived to add direct ground support.[37] Pflugbeil now had 10 bomber, six fighter and four Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

 A stew car carrying the evening meal

Gruppen (Groups). Logistical difficulties meant that only 54.5 per cent were operational at any given time.

3.3      German defence

German close air support made its presence felt immediately on 15 May, forcing units such as the Soviet 38th Army onto the defensive. It ranged over the front, operating dangerously close to the changing frontline. Air interdiction and direct ground support damaged Soviet supply lines and rear areas,

I.e. kicked them up the bottom.

also inflicting large losses on their armoured formations.

As opposed to their leg-oured three-mations.

General Franz Halder –

France Holder. This makes sense as he came from Würzburg a city in the traditional region of Franconia in the north of the German state of Bavaria. –

praised the air strikes as being primarily responsible for breaking the Soviet offensive. The Soviet air force could do very little to stop Pflugbeil’s 4th Air Corps. It not only attacked the enemy but also carried out vital supply missions. Bombers dropped supplies to encircled German units, which could continue to hold out until a counter-offensive relieved them. The 4th Air Corps anti-aircraft units also used their high-velocity

I.e. a high bicycle for the city (velo = bicycle in French).

8.8 cm guns on the Soviet ground forces. Over the course of the 16-day battle the 4th Air Corps played a major role in the German victory, conducting 15,648 sorties

Sore-ties, a type of tie to tie up the Rush-Ians and made by a certain Ge-orgy Sore-arse who spent too long sitting down.

(978 per day), dropping 7,700 tonnes of bombs on the Soviet forces and lifting 1,545 tonnes of material to the front.

On 14 May, the Germans continued to attack Soviet positions in the north in localised offensives and by then, the Luftwaffe had gained air superiority over the Kharkov sector, forcing Timoshenko to move his own aircraft forward to counter the bolstered Luftflotte 4. The Luftwaffe won air superiority over their numerically superior, but technically inferior opponents. The air battles depleted the Soviet fighter strength, allowing the German strike aircraft the chance to influence the land battle even more. Nonetheless, the Soviet forces pushed on, disengaging from several minor battles

Against the minors or children. Protect your children at all costs from those who would rush to vaccinate them –

and changing the direction of their thrusts. However, in the face of continued resistance and local counterattacks, the Soviet attack ebbed, especially when combined with the invariably heavy air raids. By the end of the day, the 28th Army could no longer conduct offensive operations against German positions.

Soviet troops in the northern pincer suffered even more than those in the south. They achieved spectacular success the first three days of combat, with a deep penetration of German positions. The Red Army routed several key German battalions, including many with Hungarian

Hungry-Ians as opposed to Roman-Ians for example. If you are hungary this doesn’t help your morale. After all, an army marches on its stomach as Frederick the Great said, or at least something like that.

and other foreign soldiers. The success of the Southern Shock group, however, has been attributed to the fact that the early penetrations in the north had directed German reserves there, thus limiting the reinforcements to the south. But, by 14 May, Hitler had briefed General Ewald von Kleist and ordered his 1st Panzer Army to grab the initiative in a bold counteroffensive, setting the pace for the final launching of Operation Friderikus.

Regarding Ewald von Kleist, wald means forest or wood, Kleist means glue it seems, so you could say he was ordered to stick to his guns. Rifles had wooden butts, and he had wood glue.Makes sense.

3.4      Second phase of the offensive

On 15 and 16 May, another attempted Soviet offensive in the north met the same resistance encountered on the three first days of the battle. German bastions continued to hold out against Soviet assaults. The major contribution to Soviet frustration in the battle was the lack of heavy artillery, which ultimately prevented the taking of heavily defended positions. One of the best examples of this was the defence of Ternovaya,


where defending German units absolutely refused to surrender.

In other words they wouldn’t turn over the settlement.

The fighting was so harsh that, after advancing an average of five kilometres, the offensive stopped for the day in the north. The next day saw a renewal of the Soviet attack, which was largely blocked by counterattacks by German tanks; the tired Soviet divisions could simply not hold their own against the concerted attacks from the opposition. The south, however, achieved success, much like the earlier days of the battle, although Soviet forces began to face heavier air strikes from German aircraft. The Germans, on the other hand, had spent the day fighting holding actions in both sectors, launching small counterattacks to whittle away at Soviet offensive potential,

A good example of how to deal with enemy attacks today when dealing with the terminally dim who think vaccines are a Good Thing –

while continuously moving up reinforcements from the south, including several aircraft squadrons transferred from the Crimea. Poor decisions by the 150th Rifle Division, which had successfully crossed the Barvenkovo River, played a major part in the poor exploitation of the tactical successes of the southern shock group. Timoshenko was unable to choose a point of main effort for his advancing troops, preferring a broad-front approach instead. The Germans traded space for time, which suited their intentions well.

Useful lessons to be learnt here, how to lead the enemy on into a trap of their own making, whilst wearing down their capabilities.

3.5      1st Panzer Army counterattacks

On 17 May, supported by Fliegerkorps IV, the German army took the initiative, as Kleist’s 3rd Panzer Corps[48] and 44th Army Corps began a counterattack on the Barvenkovo bridgehead from the area of Aleksandrovka

Alec’s ‘androver’s car, a 4 x4 Range Rover in other words –

the south. Aided greatly by air support, Kleist was able to crush Soviet positions and advanced up to ten kilometres in the first day of the attack. Soviet troop and supply convoys were easy targets for ferocious Luftwaffe attacks, possessing few anti-aircraft guns and having left their rail-heads100 kilometres to the rear.  

I.e. they had left their real heads a long way away, not a good idea by a long chalk. Explains much of the stupidly today re mask wearing etc.

German reconnaissance aircraft monitored enemy movements, directed attack aircraft to Soviet positions and corrected German artillery fire. The response time of the 4th Air Corps to calls for air strikes was excellent, only 20 minutes.

Compared to 20 days to get a doctor’s appointment with a GP nowadays as they are very scared of the ‘flu, a.k.a. Covid 19.

Mmm…20 days may be optimistic.

Many of the Soviet units were sent to the rear that night to be refitted, while others were moved forward to reinforce tenuous positions across the front. That same day, Timoshenko reported the move to Moscow and asked for reinforcements and described the day’s failures. Vasilevsky’s attempts to gain approval for a general withdrawal were rejected by Stalin.

Who presumably didn’t want his generals to withdraw. But then it is difficult to understand if you don’t trust them or are able to see what is really going on yourself.

On 18 May, the situation worsened and Stavka suggested once more stopping the offensive and ordered the 9th Army to break out of the salient. Timoshenko and Khrushchev claimed that the danger coming from the Wehrmacht’s Kramatorsk

Crammer tusk, like an elephant tusk dangerous in the wrong hands (or when attached to a charging bull elephant) –

group was exaggerated, and Stalin refused the withdrawal again. The consequences of losing the air battle were also apparent. On 18 May the Fliegerkorps IV destroyed 130 tanks and 500 motor vehicles, while adding another 29 tanks destroyed on 19 May.

On 19 May, Paulus, on orders from Bock, began a general offensive from the area of Merefa

Me-re-fa – next door to doh-re-me –

in the north of the bulge

The beer belly –

in an attempt to encircle the remaining Soviet forces in the Izium salient. Only then did Stalin authorise Zhukov to stop the offensive and fend off German flanking forces. However, it was already too late. Quickly, the Germans achieved considerable success against Soviet defensive positions. The 20 May saw more of the same, with the German forces closing in from the rear. More German divisions were committed to the battle that day, shattering several Soviet counterparts,

Which prevented the parts to the kitchen counters arriving –

allowing the Germans to press forward. The Luftwaffe also intensified operations over the Donets River to prevent Soviet forces escaping. Ju 87s from StG 77 destroyed five of the main bridges and damaged four more while Ju 88 bombers from Kampfgeschwader 3 (KG 3) inflicted heavy losses on retreating motorised and armoured columns.

Although Timoshenko’s forces successfully regrouped on 21 May, he ordered a withdrawal of Army Group Kotenko by the end of 22 May, while he prepared an attack for 23 May, to be orchestrated by the 9th and 57th Armies. Although the Red Army desperately attempted to fend off advancing Wehrmacht and launched local counterattacks to relieve several surrounded units, they generally failed. By the end of May 24, Soviet forces opposite Kharkov had been surrounded by German formations, which had been able to transfer several more divisions to the front, increasing the pressure on the Soviet flanks and finally forcing them to collapse.

3.6      Soviet break-out attempts

The 25 May saw the first major Soviet attempt to break the encirclement. German Major General Hubert Lanz described the attacks as gruesome, made en masse. Driven by blind courage, the Soviet soldiers charged at German machine guns with their arms linked, shouting “Urray!”

Somewhat reminiscent of those charging into having the vaccines thinking that this is a good way to defeat Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu, and glad to die for the cause. It should be noted they were not maintaining a suitable anti-social distance which is shocking.

The German machine gunners had no need for accuracy, killing hundreds in quick bursts of fire.

Like the vaccines perhaps, such as made by Pfizer.

In broad daylight, the Luftwaffe, now enjoying complete air supremacy and the absence of Soviet anti-aircraft guns, rained down SD2 anti-personnel cluster bombs on the exposed Soviet infantry masses, killing them in droves.

By 26 May, the surviving Red Army soldiers were forced into crowded positions

Breaking coronavirus regulations on mass gatherings –

in an area of roughly fifteen square kilometres. Soviet attempts to break through the German encirclement in the east were continuously blocked by tenacious defensive manoeuvres and German air power. Groups of Soviet tanks and infantry that attempted to escape and succeeded in breaking through German lines were caught and destroyed by Ju 87s from StG 77. The flat terrain secured easy observation for the Germans, whose forward observers directed long-range 10.5 cm and 15 cm artillery fire onto the Soviets from a safe distance to conserve the German infantrymen.

Like Pfizer, essentially a German company, despite being set up in the states and under the ultimate control our favourite bogie man, Ge-orgy Schwartz/Soros.

More than 200,000 Soviet troops, hundreds of tanks and thousands of trucks and horse-drawn wagons

These were WAG’s who had become hoarse shouting encouragement to their husbands’ and boyfriends’ teams.

filled the narrow dirt road between Krutoiarka

Crew-two-yucka, it was a dirt road so yucky of course –

and Fedorovka

Furred the Rocker, a hairy biker enjoying the mayhem. It was May of course, otherwise it would be April- or June-hem, for example –

and were under constant German artillery fire and relentless air strikes from Ju 87s, Ju 88s and He 111s. SD-2 cluster munitions killed the unprotected infantry and SC250 bombs smashed up the Soviet vehicles and T-34 tanks. Destroyed vehicles and thousands of dead and dying Red Army soldiers choked up the road and the nearby ravines. General Bobkin

Bob King. Possibly related to Robert King

He wrote this. Well worth a read.

I quote for the above.

she discovers that Washington, D.C. has been invaded by extraterrestrial insects which are eating the brains and taking control of people, including members of Congress and their staffers. Much of the internal comedy of the series was that, in the altered reality of Washington, D.C. politics, only a few people noticed.

This explains things today obviously. And

The show had a planned four-season arc, which would have seen the bugs then invade Wall Street, Silicon Valley and Hollywood, but on October 17, 2016, CBS cancelled the series after one season.

Too close to reality I imagine. Still, those of us in the know can see it must have taken place anyway, bugs in Wall street etc. Don’t forget the viruses in Microsoft Windows, a.k.a. updates –

was killed by German machine gun fire and two more Soviet generals were killed in action on the 26th and 27th.

The show was ‘killed ‘ by CBS.

Bock personally viewed the carnage from a hill near Lozovenka

Low-so-wanker. Believe it or not there is a mountain in Bavaria, south-west Germany called Wank. It looks a beautiful spot. I wrote about the mountain elsewhere on my site. Low-so-wanker is not as high as the Wank mountain. It’s in the name.

Now if you don’t believe we follow the WW2 timeline only 80 years ago, will you ever?? Mind you, is this all fake news anyway? I sometimes wonder I really do. Reuters are no longer as reliable as I believe they once were.

And that is from 2009!!

In the face of determined German operations, Timoshenko ordered the official halt of all Soviet offensive manoeuvres on 28 May, while attacks to break out of the encirclement continued until 30 May. Nonetheless, less than one man in ten managed to break out of the “Barvenkovo mousetrap”. Hayward gives 75,000 Soviets killed and 239,000 taken prisoner. Beevor

Beaver, the eager beaver –

puts Soviet prisoners at 240,000  (with the bulk of their armour), while Glant

Glance, he could tell at a glance –

citing Krivosheev

Cri-vo-shove, makes you weep, doesn’t it.

gives a total of 277,190 overall Soviet casualties. Both tend to agree on a low German casualty count

Not counting Dracula who loves all the bloodletting –

with the most formative estimate being at 20,000 dead, wounded and missing. Regardless of the casualties, Kharkov was a major Soviet setback; it put an end to the successes of the Red Army during the winter counteroffensive.

4          Analysis and conclusions

There you have it. A battle over some car keys. The Germ-men retained the car keys which the Rush -Ians were unable to take.

Hanging onto the car keys enabled the Germ-men to drive the car latter on in the summer on their journey to the Caucasus with the blue case.

As to what happened, well, you can look that up if you don’t already know.

As regards 2022, perhaps you can see the similarities. You have the caucuses I understand prior to mid-term elections in the Fall in the U.S.A.

The blue case could be the democrats, the blue states. The Blue Case failed in 1942 for the Nazis. The case will therefore fail for the democrats.

Baldmichael has spoken.

As regards Pfizer and vaccines I found this.

The utter bastards. This is from 2009 people. To those who haven’t done so, for God’s sake and your own, wake up!


There is to be a meeting of the W.H.O. in Geneva, Switzerland from May 20, 2022 to May 28, 2022.This was drawn to my attention by this site.

I have only looked at a few posts, but well worth a look in general.

It had referred to this.

It says this.

At the moment, to my knowledge, no one in Geneva has stepped up to organize protests against the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations at the 75th World Health Assembly.

We need to ensure the WHO does not implement these measures although they have no authority in my books anyway. No wonder Donald Trump wanted to defund the W.H.O.

Anyway, these dates of the meeting match the end of the 1942 Soviet attempts to take Kharkov which ended in disaster. Let’s make it the W.H.O. which does not pass these silly amendments.

This is probably easier to read for a summary of the issues.

Extracted from here.

Summary of Selected Proposed Amendments to the IHR

The WHO intends to amend 13 IHR articles: 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 48, 49, 53, 59

  1. Increased surveillance: Under Article 5, the WHO will develop early warning criteria that will allow it to establish a risk assessment for a member state, which means that it can use the type of modeling, simulation, and predictions that exaggerated the risk from Covid-19 over two years ago. Once the WHO creates its assessment, it will communicate it to inter-governmental organizations and other member states.
  2. 48-hour deadline: Under Articles 6, 10, 11, and 13, a member state is given 48 hours to respond to a WHO risk assessment and accept or reject on-site assistance. However, in practice, this timeline can be reduced to hours, forcing it to comply or face international disapproval lead by the WHO and potentially unfriendly member states. 
  3. Secret sources: Under Article 9, the WHO can rely on undisclosed sources for information leading it to declare a public health emergency. Those sources could include Big Pharma, WHO funders such as the Gates Foundation and the Gates-founded-and-funded GAVI Alliance, as well as others seeking to monopolize power.
  4. Weakened Sovereignty: Under Article 12, when the WHO receives undisclosed information concerning a purported public health threat in a member state,  the Director-General may (not must) consult with the  WHO Emergency Committee and the member state. However, s/he can unilaterally declare a potential or actual public health emergency of international concern. The Director General’s authority replaces national sovereign authority. This can later be used to enforce sanctions on nations.
  5. Rejecting the amendments: Under Article 59, after the amendments are adopted by the World Health Assembly, a member state has six months to reject them. This means November, this year. If the member state fails to act, it will be deemed to have accepted the amendments in full.  Any rejection or reservation received by the Director-General after the expiry of that period shall have no force and effect.

P.S. For more reading you could try this. Some nice maps and a few photos.

If you haven’t read this, a humorous approach with serious points and summary.

Put In Boots – the UKraine Panto

Time, Times and Half a Time – times two

The news from The Times newspaper, 9th may, 2022

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

14th May, 2022

What is time, times and half a time times two? 42 perhaps? Well, there are four words with ‘time’ and there is a ‘two’. 4 & 2, 42. It’s all how you look at it you see. Like life in general, glass half full, or half empty.

Anyway, I’m here today to look at the news which takes my fancy. Let’s take a look.

Bonfire of EU laws in bid to boost the economy

Excellent idea. There is probably enough paperwork to keep us going in the UK into the next century. Fuel the power stations, no need to worry about oil and gas. Then they can reduce the ridiculous increases in energy prices driven by the poxy war in the Ukraine which has been an excuse to hike up prices.

And increase the false prophets (sic) of multinationals, a.k.a. George Soros Inc.

By the way there’s no rain at the moment in the UK, just lovely sunshine and fluffy white clouds.

“’ello, ello, ello, what’s this then, racist language. Oi shall ’ave to book you sunshine”.

Big sigh, it’s the no-thought police again.

“Look officer, it’s a poetic form, the clouds are I suppose now I examine closely various shades of gray, but ‘fluffy various shades of gray clouds’ is very wordy and doesn’t work does it?

Now sod off, I’m busy. Go and arrest a proper criminal like a doctor giving Remdesivir to a disabled patient.”

Putin must suffer same fate as the Nazis says Wallace

No, not Wallace Simpson, she’s dead, the King Edward the VIII one. And no, not the one who likes Wensleydale cheese Grommit.

This is Ben Wallace, defence secretary. I assume he means by this that Putin should be taken to the USA like other Nazi scientists were at the end of WW2 and who would be useful to the states and make lots of Nazi drugs and rockets to annihilate the world.

Or maybe stay in Germany as many did after WW2 and go back into the administration to help run things as they knew how to do such things. And how to write lots of lovely long laws and regulations on how many apples you are allowed to grow on a tree, that sort of thing.

Or diesel vehicle emissions (subject to exceptions on German firms such as Volkswagen).

You know what I mean I’m sure, such laws as those that now come out of the Fourth Reich, a.k.a. the European Union.

Anyway, I see Ben went to Millfield School in ‘Zumerset’, England. It is not known for academic achievement. He became a captain in the British Army I gather, not a high rank.

I may look at him in more detail in due course, but I’ll be blunt Ben; you’re a wally. Perhaps they don’t teach you much at Millfield regarding history or perhaps you were too busy playing sport to listen attentively.

The Nazis were German and there are now neo-Nazis in the Azov battalion fighting on the side of the Ukraine. They are not very nice, they are Nazi, it’s in the name.

Putin may be a dictator but trying to compare him to the Nazis whilst ignoring the Nazis in the Ukraine army (let alone the medical Nazis in the UK) is undiplomatic. Get a grip.

I see it was the 77th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazis in WW2 on the 8th of May. Except of course they weren’t properly defeated at all, hence the current crisis.  77 comes up a bit. In the UK we have 77th brigade (especially to counter misinformation in the so-called crisis), and  Boris Johnson 77th prime minister for example. Mmm…

As regards Ben Wallace, I think his school report for his work as defence secretary will read ‘Could do better, needs to revisit his history books, and hone his observational and PR skills.’

Now I can finally share the secret, says new Doctor Who star

This is to be Ncuti Gatwa. He is to be the new Doctor Who. His hair has been dyed white (can I say that?) for the role I believe according to the photo of him. They call him the first black actor in the role although he is really brown.

An anagram of his name is “actin gut wa” so I guess he was likely to go into acting, he had this gut feeling. I haven’t watched Doctor Who for years. I don’t think I missed much since and I doubt I ever will.

Some ask if all this is the BBC agenda to brainwash the UK into accepting transgender, trans-race theories etc. Certainly is.

I forecast Doctor Who will regenerate into a banana and a bowl of nuts. This will make a fruit cake, which is why the Doctors tend to be as nutty as etc. etc.

Oh, by the way, I understand the secret is that Doctor Who is going to pan with the audience figures.

People not very keen on doctors now they realise they poison sick relatives with big pharma drugs including vaccines and cancer treatments, so this makes sense.

Cancer target is missed as patients wait too long

You should be grateful as this means you will not be injected with poisonous drugs sooner than you thought. Although if you have had the vaccines this might get rid of the need for treatment for cancer as you might be dead as a consequence.

There has been a record investment with an extra £2 billion I gather, although I didn’t ask for it. Big pharma will be happy though.

I have had immune-therapy and now know it was pointless. Indeed, I believe it damaged my pituitary gland, hence my energy issues.

The NHS is basically a waste of money, except for certain bits like the paramedics. Oncologists poisoning people with very expensive big pharma drugs when all we need is good untainted food and drink.

There is a war on people and the medical Nazis and bureaucratic beasts must be destroyed forever.

GPs battling for mental health referrals

I thought at first it was the doctors wanting to be referred. Given that GP’s have lost the plot re Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu, they certainly need referring, if not certifying completely insane.

I have no sympathy with them at all, wearing masks thinking they will help, not examining patients properly, they have become a largely useless bunch pushing big pharma pills as a sop to people’s real issues.

However, it seems the mental problems referred to in the headline are the patients who are suffering. It says ‘Most GPs are working beyond their competence…’. I stop there in the quote as this says it all.

Most GP’s are incompetent and only look at the list of symptoms on their computer screens and don’t do properly analysis of organise tests. Veterinary surgeons are probably better organised or even dentists who can x-ray your teeth in minutes with the results on a screen in front of you.

In the NHS you will be lucky nowadays to even see your scans. I have yet to see mine since the start of April 2020.

I see there are not enough psychiatrists. The word means psychiatrists ‘sad souls’. They, the psychiatrists, are themselves mentally challenged all too often and do not understand bio-chemistry, being brought up I understand on Freudian theories.

In my books and experience (I will tell you about it sometime), they are very flawed beings. They will often say that those who are saner than they are have a psychosis.

Those who get seen by these fools are more than likely to suffer mental abuse than be healed.

So most of the NHS staff are mental nowadays, blindly following so-called rules and regulations from ignorant bureaucrats who don’t have to do the hard work on the wards.

Demolish the NHS and start again, salvage what we can from the mess.

Somerset ‘has no NHS dental care’

That’s ‘the tooth, the hole in the tooth, and nothing but the tooth’ I understand. Perhaps they can ask Jacinda Ardern for help as she has lots of teeth and is the tooth fairy. After all, she waved her magic wand and Covid19 disappeared!

So did the economy, but hey, what’s a few jobs and mental health issues between friends, eh? Oh, and there were some harms and deaths from vaccines, but it is all for the Greater Good, don’t you know.

Of course if people didn’t eat so much sugar and processed food, instead of fresh fruit and vegetables, they might have better teeth.

That information was kindly supplied by the Ministry of Tooth.

Easy Jet strips out seats to cope with season of chaos

Great idea, standing room only, with those dangly things like they have in the tube. Pack more in. Sorry, just checked, they are only going to remove some seats to reduce need for cabin crew.

Perhaps they could do a fly yourself service to reduce costs, that would help.

I gather quite a lot of staff are sick. It is alleged this is due to the vaccines they took to comply with Easy Jet’s policy (I haven’t checked it, can’t be bothered).

Anyway, fewer jets will fly, so this means less noise and air pollution. That makes me happier.

What taking out seats will do to the Chaos Theory I don’t know. Easy Jet strips out six seats and…hang on did you say six…yup. So part of the 666 plot eh?

So is this fake news? Don’t care. Where was I? Oh, yes remove some seats and perhaps Joe Biden finds his brain. Pigs might fly.

If you want to fly I suggest you start pilot training now, Easy jet may be recruiting.

Senior Tories sound alarm over threat from Lib Dem revival

I gather that the deputy leader of the Lib Dem’s Daisy Cooper has said that ousting the Conservatives was the party’s no. 1 priority. Presumably this is because they can do a better job of destroying the economy than the Tories or Labour.

I see this on the BBC regarding remote voting by MP’s.

Ms Cooper had to join a long, socially distanced, queue to vote.

“If they want to lead by example they should be embracing digital technology and reducing the amount of commuting MPs have to make up and down the country,” she said.

“They should be reinforcing social distancing not encouraging MPs to travel the breadth and length of the country to end up being super-spreaders and putting their own communities at risk.”

Meanwhile, the Conservative MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon said he was “ashamed” of his party after the decision.

Mr Halfon, who has cerebral palsy and has been shielding, said it was not fair on people like him who’ve been told to shield by medics as they’re considered vulnerable to the virus.

Whilst I’m sure she is a very nice person, she is a bit dim if she can’t work out by now that Covid 19 is the ‘flu and you can’t spread it.  And social distancing is not social but anti-social. I do not hold out much hope for the Lib Dems.

Of course anagrams of Lib Dem include ‘be mild’, Bel dim, ‘bile MD’. You can see we have a problem here.

Ms Cooper might be good at many things but if she thinks so-called social distancing is sensible then she can’t be a barrel of laughs, despite her surname.

Mr Halfon is also in the dim camp. I note he is Jewish, but seems to have put the Board of Deputies of British Jews noses out of joint.

He has had several controversies and has had an affair.

He has voted against same-sex marriage, which was sensible, but now regrets doing so. I suppose it’s in his name Halfon. Sometimes he’s Halfon, sometimes he’s Halfoff. World’s gone bonkers. These are our MP’s.

Britain ready to rip up Northern Ireland protocol in weeks.

This is because of all the paperwork; it will take weeks not days. Add it to the EU paperwork. More fuel for the power stations.

Nandy fails to rule out leadership bid

Lisa Nandy may seek to take on role as Labour’s leader. Keir Starmer is in deep do-do for something to do with a beer and curry, supposedly a working meeting in Durham.

Nandy is reported as saying of Kier Starmer “He is Mr Rules. He does not break the rules.”

I suppose he just makes them up as he goes along then. One rule for the political elites, one rule for the plebs.

Still, as I keep saying, there were no real rules only guidance and nobody had to follow them. But it did expose the mini-Hitlers in society and separate the wheat from the tares, the sheep from the goats, those who will eat any rubbish fed to them by MSM and those who won’t. Sheep are more discerning than goats.

So Kier didn’t break anything in this case as far as I can see and neither did Boris. The general populace broke their common sense though. Wake up everybody, you were had.

Of course there are the issues of astronomical waste of taxpayers’ money on masks, test, vaccines, and furlough etc. Theoretically furlough money should be paid back but what were government employees actually doing if anything useful at all?? We were paying them if they were at home for doing sod all.

Mind you, many of them were probably doing sod all anyway in the office, except making life a nightmare for the rest of us. Are you going to complain bitterly and make sure it doesn’t happen again?

Asylum seekers told this week they will be sent to Rwanda

Whether they came from Rwanda or not?? I think it meant those that came from Rwanda in the first place. As for the rest, perhaps they are sent to Coventry and ignored while the taxpayer picks up the tab.

My wife and I have a friend who lives in Hounslow where the immigrants arriving at Heathrow are housed in a hotel. They have luxury accommodation by the sound of it. The borough is substantially Indian now (sub-continent, not Red) I understand.

Our friend, who is of Jamaican heritage, but born and bred in this country and in Hounslow, has been trying to get council accommodation but says the Indian heritage population look after their own, and are ignoring her requests for help.

This is what parts of the UK have become has it? This injustice must not continue.

BBC to spend £50m finding out what its viewers watch

Well I would say another channel probably. So stop wasting license payer’s money. BBC going downhill fast. Except for the radio side in my opinion, as there’s some great stuff on BBC iPlayer Radio catch-up.

Glad we don’t have a telly any more or have to pay a license fee. What a waste of money.

Is see there is reference to a 42 page white paper (surely this is racist, anyway if it has letters on it, it must be black and white paper? You know black and white and red all over).

But 42 again, the ultimate answer to everything. Mmm…

Flower show aims to lift commuter spirits

This is nice. They’re going to put flowers on stations in the UK. Well, some stations. About time, they used to have station masters and in rural areas it was their pride and joy to ensure a welcoming bed of pansies or what-nots.

Nowadays the only pansies you might see are the pan-demic loonies in masks, still wearing them despite the relaxing of so-called rules (which I have essentially ignored as I have common sense).

No wonder they are trying to lift people spirits as the article says as 70% of adults surveyed (out of 5,136) said their mental health had been affected by the pandemic. Nearly a fifth described it as poor.

Well, if you will believe all governments and MSM tell you what do you expect? Didn’t you think to look outside the window, use your brain, double check??

Get a grip people. You abandoned the heavenly Father, who cares for you deeply, for the god of this world, that Great Git Satan.

Come back to God, look to Jesus, His beautiful Boy who became a Man, then you can go and kick Satan where it hurts.

Player, 13, dies after collapsing in match

This was a football match. A Samuel Akwasi was the young lad, they say the cause of death is unknown.

Was he vaccinated? No doubt he was. Will they do an autopsy, will we find out. Someone should. Or will they cremate him to burn the evidence? If anybody has further information please let me know.

Duke’s friend frisked in his pyjamas by wildlife police

This is William van Cutsem, friend of the Duke of Cambridge. Something to do with illegal game keeping. Police left finding nothing suspicious.

Not surprised, since when has it been illegal to keep games??

We have Monoploy, Cluedo and Totopoly , Scrabble and cards in our house. Are we at risk of being woken up in the middle of the night by the no-thought police??

William was apparently frisked on his doorstep. Perhaps he had the Chance cards and Miss Scarlet stuffed down his jim-jams.

Perhaps though the police, being dim, were told by the informant that he kept the contraband in his van. As van is in William’s name, the police, uneducated as they are and Normal For Norfolk (in-breeding you know), thought that searching him was sensible.

Dozens of Ukrainian civilians feared dead after school hit

And who exactly shelled it? ‘Nasty’ Russians or Ukraine? I gather 60 people were likely to have died under the rubble. As the Russians are getting blamed for everything by biased MSM, perhaps they missed a trick. Should have said ‘died under the Rouble’.

But lots of things are suspect. Try these links for a read round.

Andriy Melnyk, ambassador for Ukraine in Germany has been greeted with chants of Nazis out. Somebody obviously thinks that at least some Ukrainians are Nazi.

As I have said before, this is hardly surprising given the nations troubled history. And the fact that we follow a timeline mirroring WW2, only 80 years ago in 1942.

Invaders’ failing weapons good for British sales

A Rob Johnson, PhD has said that (allegedly) Russian weapons are failing and this could mean boosting the UK’s arms industry. Words fail me.

No they don’t. You complete cretin Rob Johnson. The article says that Britain  could try to sell its own weapons to India. You are quoted as saying “That will be fantastic because we all win.”

Like who exactly?? Arms manufacturers, but not those who might get killed by those weapons. More jobs, to make killing machines??

You get paid handsomely no doubt to say these things. Ramp up the ante as they say, fuel wars and rumours of wars merely to make money. You are despicable.

Zelenskyy abandoned us, say soldiers in besieged steel plant

Apparently this is the Azov battalion saying this, or at least an officer in the group.

Hopefully by now you will know the battalion is neo-Nazi. Poor diddums, I am so sorry – not! You have been stirring up trouble for years, did George Soros and his cronies fund you?

If you trust a comedian then don’t expect them to be faithful to your cause. After all, they treat everything as a joke, even messing up their own country.

I see Jill Biden is doing her bit to support the U.S.A. cause, sorry, the Ukrainian cause. There is this photo of her meeting Zelenskyy ‘s wife, Olena. There is a caption underneath which is believed to be part of their exchange of greetings.

‘Thank you so much my dear, Joe will love these. And it will help suppress the smell when he poops his diapers.’

Perhaps Mr Zelenskyy could do a comedy show on this; he’s quite good at that I gather.

Bono and Edge perform in Kyiv bomb shelter

Apparently they are showing solidarity with the Ukraine. They performed ‘With or without you’. Part of the lyrics are ‘I can’t live with or without you’.  Bono is thought to have referenced Putin by saying the war was down to one man, and he trusted the young people to throw him out of office.

There are rumours that in fact it was Volodymyr Zelenskyy, or Voldemort Zelenskyy as someone has called him (me).

After all he has been messing up big time or George Soros’s or Klaus ‘Build Back Better, once we have destroyed everything and you, the taxpayer etc, have paid for it with your money or your life’ Schwab.

As for Bono I say, ‘O no Bono, you still haven’t found what you’re looking for have you?’

In this case it may be his brain, but I’m not sure.

As for Zelenskyy, well, in the Ukraine you might not live with or without him. Heads he wins, tails you lose (your life).

Energy boss warns of £900 increase in autumn

Keith Anderson, CEO of Scottish power, is reported as saying government needs to offer poorer households much bigger discounts on their bills.

That’s nice. Who will pay for the discounts though? Taxpayers as usual. Will it come from the elites who caused all this problem in the first place? Not on your nelly it won’t.

Go and tell the government to screw the energy companies down hard.

This talks about a credit meter scam.

Well, I reckon the energy companies are scamming us over the massive hike in prices, which will make credit meters look like small fry.

My wife and I have been having a battle with SSE as they mucked up things with our account and paper billing in 2021. And they STILL have not read our internal electric meter since late 2019 – it has been nearly 2.5 years!!!

I think SSE stands for the SS of Nazi infamy. Their rating on is abysmal.

Whilst I don’t think one can trust Labour with anything much, I do consider the selling off of the energy supply system was extremely foolish. Look at where we are now, exploited by foreign owners. It was better in public ownership.

And don’t believe all you read about Nazi Putin and Heroic Zelenskyy. Zelenskyy’s the Nazi comedian dragging his country into the abyss of war, supported by the west’s elites who will make money out of the crisis as always.

And as George Soros is reported as supporting the Ukraine you should be deeply suspicious at least.

The panic over such things causes all this upheaval and has helped fuel inflation, just like thinking that Covid 19 was a monster rather than the ‘flu masquerading as a human race terminator.

Keep loving instead as the Lord God has repeatedly reminded you. Perfect or strictly complete love casts out fear.

English Christians told to repent for anti-semitism

This was said in Church of England report in 2019. The C of E is not very bright but has been going downhill for a long time.

As I keep saying, there is no such thing as anti-Semitism towards the Jews, if anything it must be anti- Judaism. The Semitic people are essentially derived from Shem, one of the three sons of Noah, and not the specific tribe of Judah from whom the Jews essentially come.

But then the Jews do have a habit of distorting words to suit. Or at least the Jews who say they are Jews but are not, but are of the synagogue of Satan.

For this is the problem, these interlopers within Judaism poison everything. They are the children of Satan and descendants of those who bayed for Jesus’s blood, although He went willingly to show them up for who they were.

He knew that despite the agonies of what he would go through it was worth it for the glory that would arise from it, and to free the children of God from that vile thing that Satan, the great serpent, did in the Garden of Eden to the Most High’s darlings Adam and Eve.

It is those true Jews who are Jews inwardly as Paul the apostle puts it, who suffer from these Satanic self-righteous monsters, and thus they have been hounded and vilified whilst the elites look on in satisfaction in their palaces and castles, including the religious ones, not just the secular.

The Rt Revd William Kenney, the Roman Catholic Auxiliary Emeritus Bishop of Birmingham, led an act of penitence during the service. “God of Israel, we acknowledge with shame and penitence the anti-Semitic decrees of the Synod of Oxford,” he said. “For times when we have witnessed the ill-treatment of Jews and people of other faiths and have not gone to their aid, Lord, we ask your forgiveness.”

This seems on the surface to be fair except for the stupidity of using the word anti-Semitic.

But then he refers to the ‘God of Israel’. Well, you cretin Kenny, have you not heard, have you not seen that the Most High is the Lord of heaven and earth and all that is in it?? He is the one who is God of all the nations.

If Israel has a separate god, then it is not the most High. But she does, and Israel are all of God’s children in Christ, Jew and Gentile.

Those who are not in Christ are not the Most High’s but Satan’s, and they are doomed to go with him into the lake of fire.

They are not true Israelites if they are not in Christ, it is that simple.

Anyway, it is reported that William Kenny calls himself Right Rev, and is a Catholic bishop. Anagrams of his name include

ink in me Wally

Ann mike Willy

ak Minne Willy

inane km willy

ink mean Willy

ink name willy

Ella mine winky

Elly mini wank

lily mein wank

mini yell wank

I my Neill wank

I know that there are problems with paedophile priests who are supposed to be celibate. Never a good idea to restrict the good gifts of God with man-made laws.

These anagrams make me a bit uneasy for some reason.

There is a C of E bishop of Lichfield, Michael Ipgrave who calls himself Right Rev Dr.

This is from the Church Times

“So much anti-Semitism and anti-Judaism can be traced back to distorted Christian teaching,” Dr Ipgrave said. He now chairs the Council of Christians and Jews. “We need to recognise how our history has contributed to the teaching of contempt which generated hostility towards and suffering for our Jewish brothers and sisters.”

I have tried finding out a bit more about him. Not very easy. But he has the same issues of using anti-Semitism, so not very bright then.

I tried anagrams of his name. There are apparently 3550 anagrams of letters after word ‘viper’ removed!! Here are a few of the full viper anagrams.

eg malachi viper

he magical viper

hag malice viper

hale magic viper

leach magi viper

am lice hag viper

A viper in the bosom of the Church of England then. I am seriously concerned ; but then as I said, the C of E has been going downhill for a long time.

As for this Right Rev Dr nonsense Jesus says do not use titles such as Father or teacher or Rabbi and He also means these stupid titles too. You religious types love these things to be admired by mankind, but the heavenly Father sees through to the heart and rebukes you for your folly.

I think that will do. There are other things I could look at, but to be honest I just can’t be bothered right now.

Anyway, I am working on posts on the Eastern front around Kharkov in WW2, the Falklands’ war and Neil Fergusson among others, so there is plenty else to do.

Until next time, adieu.

P.S. You may wish to view these links if you haven’t already.

G is for…..guidance

Put In Boots – the UKraine Panto

C is for….Church of England. Or completely EUseless.

George Soros (and the Great Conjunction)

Remdesivir (brand name Veklury) and Covid 19

100 up and Stupid 20 variants

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

11th May, 2022

“Here at the Lord’s, the crowd give Baldmichael a standing ovation as he reaches his hundred with a neat little single, clipped off the bat (made in Wuhan allegedly), down to square leg (attached to Long John Silver in his white long johns).”

Well, ok, that’s not really cricket, even if rather batty (!), but I did yesterday reach 100 countries having visited my site! I am rather an anorak or geek about that sort of thing sometimes. I am easily pleased.

It makes up for being largely abandoned by those I previously though intelligent in my church fellowship and friends and family. Mind you I daresay they have their own affairs more pressing than an old baldy like me (violins playing wistfully).

‘Get a grip Baldmichael get a grip!’

Yes, sorry about that. Where was i?

Ah yes. Stupid 20 variants. Thisis a very brief post on the variants of the very severe pandemic of Stupidity which broke out around 1st April, 2020 (April Fool’s Day).

This day has yet to end. In fact I have liked it to Groundhog Day where we are condemned to repeat the same day ad infinitum until everybody gets it into their thick heads that Covid 19 really IS the ‘flu and you had better get used to it.

And if you are clever (ahem) like me and many others, you will know how to deal with it and live well and healthy. Anyway here is the list below.

Hysterical historical Variants

2020 – Stupid 20 arrives around 1st April.


A(lpha) for Awfully Stupid 20

B(eta) for Brain Dead Stupid 20

C (or gamma) for ‘Can’t Be That Stupid Can they?’ Stupid 20

D(elta) for Dumb, Dumber and Dumbest Stupid 20

This can be best observed in Joe ‘Anyone seen my brain ‘Biden.

2021 – Omicron – moronic or Incredibly Stupid 20

2022 – Jaw-dropping Incredibly Stupid 20 (Omicron on steroids)

N.B. There is a French sub variant ‘Omacron Stupid 20’, where the French elected (allegedly) God with U.S. Mac Ron to be French President for another 5 years.

Forecast variants

2023 – the Pi variant as in Compleat Pi-llocks Stupid 20

NB. This will be related to taking Pointless Poisonous anti-viral Pi-lls as opposed to taking Very Venomous Vaccines. Some people may well take or be given both, but they will be dead most probably.

Unless they are placebos which is possible as big pharma like selling nothing for something.

2024 – Upsilon variant i.e the Up Cylons are coming! (see Battlestar Galactica)

Sub variants

Chi – the Chi-nese variant, the Completely Bats Stupid 20 (a.k.a. CBS Stupid 20)

To be seen for example in CBS broadcasting network which no doubt will continue to be stupid.

Psi – the ‘Oh dear it’s all been a big psi (sic) op, hasn’t it?’ Stupid 20

2025 – Omega variant or the “O, Me God, i ‘Ave’ been an complete imbecile for 5 years” Stupid 20

There will be the Dead Stupid 20 variant, but this was the version caught by the dead. As God is God of the living, not the dead, this doesn’t count in the statistics.

That’ll do, see you next time for the next thrilling instalment.

Now, where’s my tea…?

P.S. If you haven’t seen it, here is my post on Stupid 20

Stupid 20

And Various Variants

Various Variants – Covid 19

Remdesivir (brand name Veklury) and Covid 19

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

10th May, 2022

I had an email recently from AFLDS, America’s Frontline Doctors. I have been aware of this drug, Remdesivir for a while. I have also understood it was likely to be poisonous. Here is the text of the email.

Did you hear? On April 25, 2022, the failed Ebola drug Remdesivir was approved by the FDA for “treatment” of Covid-19 in babies as young as 28 days old and as small as seven pounds! This is the exact same drug that has been wreaking carnage throughout hospitals since Fauci and Company approved the rigid CARES Act hospital protocol, along with bonus payments for treatment of Covid-19 with Remdesivir.

This is beyond shocking. Repeatedly, Remdesivir has been shown to be completely ineffective at treating Covid-19 in adults (even WHO studies show this) and to have severe side effects, including multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), kidney failure and dialysis, and septic shock.

While studies of inexpensive and familiar early treatment meds continue to demonstrate safety and effectiveness, the same cannot be said about Remdesivir. What makes this plot even more sinister, is this failed drug has even been approved for babies and children who are displaying only mild symptoms of Covid-19!

As we at AFLDS have preached for over two years, children and infants are at statistically zero risk of death from Covid-19, and yet they now can legally be treated with what is essentially poison. This is one of the worst decisions of the corrupt FDA.

While the Covid-19 chatter may seem quieter, rest assured that they are far from done pushing this narrative. Now is not the time to become complacent, as they are continuing to create ways to attack our most vulnerable and put our children at grave risk.

Covid 19 chatter is quieter because as I have said before, the Russia/Ukraine crisis is distracting people from the other evils going on. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Anyway, AFLDS are correct it is poison and here’s why.

What is Remdesivir?

Wikipedia is a reasonable place to start.

This is the chemical structure from the wiki page.

It has nitrogen in it, so it is neuro-toxic as I have explained elsewhere.

Remdesivir was originally developed to treat hepatitis C, and was subsequently investigated for Ebola virus disease and Marburg virus infections before being studied as a post-infection treatment for COVID19.

The most common side effect in healthy volunteers is raised blood levels of liver enzymes. The most common side effect in people with COVID19 is nausea.

Now if something makes you ill you will want to avoid it.

And note.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers it to be a first-in-class medication.

What this means requires some digging but first-in-class medication means

By definition, a first-in-class drug does not have the safety evidence from analogous products that not-first-in-class drugs would have. However, a study investigating recalls and warnings in relation to first-in-class drugs approved between 1997 and 2012 by Health Canada has found that first-in-class drugs actually have a more favourable benefit-to-harm ratio.

First-in-class medication is a very misleading phrase to those of us brought up to understand first means best. It doesn’t to the FDA. This will come as no surprise to those who understand what the FDA is about and its corrupt big pharma bias.

This link is the reference cited as the study in the last quote from Wikipedia.

From the above.

In summary, there does not appear to be any greater concern about the safety of first-in-class drugs than with non-first-in-class ones despite their novel mechanism of action, and first-in-class drugs are more likely to be therapeutically innovative. However, only a minority of first-in-class drugs (16%) were found to be therapeutically innovative, and the improved benefit-to-harm ratio among first-in-class drugs only applies to this subgroup.

So the Wikipedia statement “… first-in-class drugs actually have a more favourable benefit-to-harm ratio” is not true, a complete lie. It clearly states only a minority and only a small minority showed any improved benefit-to-harm ratio. Which is statistically insignificant, and meaningless anyway given hat neuro-toxic drugs are essentially poisonous.

Medical uses

In the European Union, remdesivir is indicated for the treatment of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID19)

All this means is someone has a valid reason to use it, not that there is in fact any benefit. To big pharma it means more money of course, which is a perfectly valid reason in its accounting books, but not in the mine and many others.

I see that

In November 2020, the FDA issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the combination of baricitinib with remdesivir, for the treatment of suspected or laboratory confirmed COVID19 in hospitalized people two years of age or older requiring supplemental oxygen, invasive mechanical ventilation, or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).

Baricitinib is another neuro-toxic drug. See the chemical structure, it contains nitrogen.

So a double dose of neuro-toxicity for any hospital patient two years or older. Don’t go to hospital unless you want the risk of dying from harmful treatment.

Don’t take your child to hospital unless you want your child to undergo the risk of dying from harmful treatment.

If however, you have a hospital that treats people as individuals and know about neuro-toxins and things that actually help, such as AFLDS do, then you should be able to go with assurance that the best will be done.

Side effects

More common

Back pain

chest tightness



dark-colored urine

difficulty swallowing

fast heartbeat




hives, itching

light-colored stools

nausea and vomiting

puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue

stomach pain, continuing

trouble breathing

unusual tiredness or weakness

yellow eyes or skin

Less common


skin rash


As regards deaths this is not stated, but perhaps death is not considered a side effect.

Please note that yellow eyes or skin is a sign of a serious condition called jaundice (jaune is yellow in French). This indicates liver failure and can lead to death as the liver helps keep you alive. It’s in the name ‘live-r’.

Please note that this USA government website considers it a health hazard!

How can anybody recommend its use? Doctors who do not realise this and do not check what they are doing are ignorant fools and complicit in harm, going against their Hippocratic Oath.

Here is Forbes making the point that the drug doesn’t work, except to harm or kill. It says

Tamiflu only cost $75 per treatment and yet was still a massive waste of money.

The BMJ article implies that the story of remdesivir is another scandal waiting to happen.


It says at the end

So despite being expensive and ineffective at treating Covid, remdesivir’s true value could be to help researchers create more effective medicines.

When will people get it into their thick skulls that these wretched things will NEVER work, they cannot work. It is all about ignorance of what disease really is, the toxification of the body, and the love of money by those who pursue this line of toxic drugs, that care nothing for healing the body, let alone the soul.

And what does it profit a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul?

Another website talking about the side effects.

It has been pointed out it is not a vaccine. You will have to paste into browser as a link seems not to work.

Social media users have claimed an image shows an unsafe COVID-19 vaccine that is only distributed in Africa. This is incorrect.



False. Remdesivir not a vaccine, it is an anti-viral drug used to manage severe COVID-19. It has been distributed both inside and outside Africa.

As usual we have fact checking masquerading as the unadulterated truth, weasel words like Wormtongue of Lord of the Rings. Don’t forget a worm is an old word for dragon or serpent.

They will not say the whole truth, that the drug is dangerous.

Yes, it is not a vaccine. But still pointless, harmful or even deadly like vaccines. Big pharma drugs are mainly just that. They can’t make money unless you are ill. What better way to make you ill than to get you to pay for your own sickness. Wake up world!

Here is a site talking about Covid 19 deaths. A discussion with Bryan Ardis, a doctor.

or this one with what I believe is essentially the same video.

And this site is very good.


NHS £340 (hospital price) per 100mg powder


Loading dose (Day 1): 200 mg IV as a single dose

Maintenance dose (from Day 2): 100 mg IV once a day


10 days seems the maximum period for dosing. I make this £3,740. So £3,740  to harm or kill people. Wouldn’t it be cheaper to throw them under a bus??

But then that would mean big pharma received no false prophet (sic). The love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. We taxpayers are paying for the grievous bodily harm of our neighbours or even their deaths.

Or for our own harm and death.

Gilead Sciences

Remdesivir, brand name Veklury was developed by Gilead Sciences, based in California.

For other Remdesivir brand names, there is this list for Bangladesh.

More about costs, flawed data and harm.

Covid-19: Experts criticise claim that remdesivir cuts death rates

I note that George Soros has helped fund the company as a shareholder.

Michael L. Riordan is the original founder of the company. There is not much about him on the internet as far as I can tell.

Going back to costs, just look at the Wikipedia entry.


A whopping $84,000 for the standard 84-day course. That’s inflation for you of course, the $64,000 question up by $20,000. (N.B. there was a T.V. game show in the USA in the 1950’s, The $64,000 Question).

What is the question then and what is the answer? The question is how much did Solvaldi cost the people in the USA who took the drug?

The answer of course $84,000. Which is two times $42,000. Or 2 X $42K.

The ultimate answer to very question, 42 again!!!

Back to Solvaldi. The high prices forced state Medicaid programs to ration treatment to patients, delaying treatment of less advanced hepatitis C cases.

But, but, and again but, this drug is also neuro-toxic giving

Common side effects are fatigue, headache, nausea, rash, irritability, dizziness, back pain, and anemia.

These are ‘flu like systems, the effects of poisoning the body. Any fool should see this; if I can see it so should everybody!

Again from the Wikipedia entry

Truvada and Descovy

When Truvada was introduced, it cost approximately $1,200 per month in the United States. By 2018, this price had increased to up to $2,000, despite generally costing less than $100 outside the U.S. Gilead made over $3 billion in sales of Truvada in 2018.

Emtricitabine/tenofovir is the base name for the Truvada brand.

This is the chemistry of the molecule. Again it is neuro-toxic, again it is poison sold as a so-called cure.

Descovy is essence no different, yet another wretched neuro-toxic drug.

Gilead was able to avoid up to $10 billion in taxes on U.S. sales through mechanisms such as transfer pricing


The practice is common among multinational pharmaceutical companies like Gilead.

This should come as no surprise by now. The evil greed behind it knows no bounds. They will steal left right and centre for money. I repeat, the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.

Yet again

In 2021, remdesivir (tradename Veklury) generated more than $4.5 billion in annual revenues, and was Gilead’s highest selling product.

And now they want to give this poison to people already sick. I say give it to those who own the business and work for it and see how they like it.


As is my wont, I thought I would look at the anagrams of RemdesivirVeklury

I make it 12 individual letters and 17 in total

I think they should be self-explanatory.

Devilries murk very

Devilries murky rev

Kiev Livy murderers

Kylie murderers Viv

Levy murderers Viki

Devilry revue smirk

Devils murkier very

Derrek luvvies miry

Irked luvvies merry

Derrek my vile virus

Diverse murky liver

Derek my virus liver

My virus devil re Ker

Evil murderer sky VI

The World Health Organisation

This has advised against it, then more recently said it can be used in certain circumstance.

The guidelines were developed in collaboration with the non-profit Magic Evidence Ecosystem Foundation (MAGIC), which provided methodologic support. The guidelines are an innovation, matching scientific standards with the speed required to respond to an ongoing pandemic.

Well, all I can say is there is nothing magic about MAGIC. If they do not understand about disease and neuro-toxicity which clearly they don’t if they think Remdesivir is any good, then they are bunch of ignorant fools.

Please note that magic and pharmaceuticals go together.


Remdesivir is a neuro-toxic drug and pointless against Covid 19, let alone any other disease. It is hugely expensive for no gain, but merely cases a lot of pain and suffering. Sometimes it causes death.

There is no magic in it except black magic, it is merely deceit on the nations of the world to pay through the nose to harm or kill themselves.

It is black magic as it comes via George Soros a.k.a György Schwartz, or Mr Black in English who has helped fund it.

He and those who perpetrated this crime, this deliberate genocide, must be brought to justice as quickly as possible.

It is written there is a balm in Gilead. Well, in Gilead Sciences there is merely a harm or death from Remdesivir/Veklury, as indeed there is in most big pharma drugs.

It and those involved must be destroyed for what they have done to the children of God.

P.S. This is America’s Frontline Doctors website.

As regards the T.V. game show in the USA, The $64,000 Question, I note it was sponsored by a Charles Revson, who founded Revlon, the cosmetics company.

He was of Jewish decent, Russian-Jewish and German Jewish. Please note the scandal re the games show. Please also note The scandal effectively killed the quiz show phenomenon, but by that time, Revlon had vastly increased its market share and was established as an international behemoth in its niche.

Please note the use of the word ‘behemoth’. This is significant as it is a beast. I will look at this in more detail elsewhere.

And if you want to know more about Covid 19, here’s my summary.

Covid 19 Summary

Pandemic: Definitions

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

8th May, 2022
Minor update 9th may 2022 to last definition.

Really I should have looked at this early on, but my physical health has not been great, afflicted as I have been with great tiredness due to the neuro-toxic effects of sodium nitrite. I am improving though as the world wakes up and as my body detoxifies. Perhaps the two are related.

Anyway, I thought we could have some fun looking at the definitions of pandemic and other ‘Pan’ words. Some may have been made up. You can check as usual.

Pantechnicons – a high tech pan that people worship. Possibly a toilet which in our family has been called ‘The throne’!!

Panleukopenia – a pan which if you look at closely opens here

Pantheistically – a pan that you can make laugh (is tickly)

Pantothenate – a pan you can eat once you have used it (single use pan)

Pandemonium – a pan that doesn’t cook properly as it’s a devil to use

Pandemonimum – the panic that mums get when they think their darling children are going to get Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu.

Pandamonium – the panic that people get when they think that Chinese bears have caused Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu as opposed to bats.

N.B. bats, cricket or otherwise, do not cause Covid 19/ the ‘flu. However, bats can fly, so they can be said to have ‘flu if you see what I mean. Hence the confusion about Wuhan ‘flu or Covid 19.

Panjandrum – a pan that Janet banged like a drum during ‘Clap for carers’ weekly charade during first UK lockdown

Pancreatin – the art of making a pan from scratch

Pancretin – one of many morons around the world who think that Covid 19 is any more than the seasonal ‘flu exaggerated to make it look like a monster

Panhandle – a musical composer of pans, such as might be played on pans during first lockdown ‘Clap for carers’ in the UK

Pantoffle –an old word for a slipper

Pantoffee – a sticky sweet made in a pan

Panettone – a pan belonging to Anthony (but not Cleopatra)

Panetella – a pan belonging to Ella

Panetella – a pan that tells a woman what to do

Pandering – to make a phone call to a Chinese bear

Panicking – a man who is the best at creating a drama out of nothing (like Anthony Fauci saying the Covid 19 a.k.a . the ‘flu will infect us all, get vaccinated)

Panoramic – a pan or a mic(rophone), the choice is yours

Panasonic – the sound a pan makes when it is being banged like a drum during ‘Clap for carers’ weekly charade during first UK lockdown

Pantrymen – if you need a pan ask a man

Pansexual – a pan that could be male or female (if it comes with a handle it’s male, if it comes with a connection for a handle it’s female of course)

Pandowdy – a heavily worn pan

Panhowdy – how a cowboy greets you when he invites you to sit down with him and eat some beans

Pandanus – the bottom (ahem) of a Chinese bear i.e what you might see if you look at a bear behind

Panache – what you get when someone hits you over the head with a pan

Pandoras – a pan belonging to Dora

Pandora’s Box – where Dora keeps her pans

Pandora’s Box – a type of hedging belonging to Dora in the shape of a pan

Pancreas – a railway station in London, as in St Pancreas (sic)

Panorama – a pan or a mother (ma for mother)

Pansies – oh look, there’s a pan

Panther – a pan over there

Panther – female breathlessness

Panther – half a pair of female knickers (UK)

Panther – half a pair of female trousers (USA)

Pantry – an experimental pan

Panoply – an Irish pan belonging to the O’Ply clan

Panicky – a pan belonging to Nicholas or Nicola

Panicum – thinking about panicking  

Pandies – a dead pan to be thrown out

Panzers – a pan ‘zere’ i.e German for a pan is there

Panted – Edward’s pan

Pantie – something to hang your pan from or wear round your neck

Pan Am – a pan that just is

Pandemic – a pan of Mic(hael), such as one of mine. For example, I have a saucepan – one that is cheeky

Pandemic – a panic the dems use to scare people

And finally

Planscamdemonpanic – a deliberate hoax by the devils out of Germany, a.k.a the Nazis/Marxists to persuade the human race that Covid 19 is seriously infectious and you need to panic without double checking or thinking and isolate, mask-alate, vaccinate yourself to death to cure yourself of stupidity for believing it in the first place.

And pay for the costs yourselves at great expense.

Can I hear an ‘Amen’ to that?

P.S. If you need to know more about the planscamdemonic, please see here.

Covid 19 Summary

You will find Wuhan ‘Flu in the above link but also on the main menu bar at the top of the page (for the time being).

“Operation Ironclad”: the invasion of Madagascar 5-7th May 2022

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

6th May 2022

On May 5th British forces began “Operation Ironclad”, the invasion of Madagascar to keep the Vichy French territory from falling to a possible Japanese invasion. A subsequent campaign to secure the entire island, Operation Stream Line Jane, was opened on 10th September.

Now this is probably one of the least well known operations. Hardly surprising perhaps, Madagascar is not on most people’s radar as it were although the animated films have no doubt raised its profile.

Anyway, I thought I ought to talk about it in a post. Nobody has come from Madagascar to my site yet, so this might elicit a response and then I would have my 100 countries up!

I will address it as usual in my hopefully amusing fashion and playing with the words and we can see what comes of it. Names may be quite incorrect but ‘Let him who has ears to hear let him hear’.

I use the following link for reference which you can check for a more accurate story.

But this is shorter and very helpful.

This map from Wikipedia.

1          Background

1.1      Geopolitical

The aim of the game as it were was to take the port of Die-Go-Sware-Is on the island of Mad-a-gas-car. The port is of course the left (facing the front of the boat or ship) when at sea, and as many of you will realise by now that the left is often a problem in politics, let alone in war.

Mad-a-gas-car did not have that many cars at that time run on gas or gasoline as our friends in the states would call it, let alone gas as in gaseous as sensible people like the Bright-ish call it.

Whether they are all mad in Mad-a-gas-car or merely mad about cars I don’t know.

Anyway, the French had control of it under the auspices of the Fishy Government who had capitulated to the Nasties (boo, hiss!). The Fishy Government were neutral in theory but there allegiance was dodgy so the Bright-ish government were keen the Ja’s pan knees would not get their feet, let alone their knees on the island.

I would point out that in calling it an island, it really is a whopper of an island, the second largest in the world I gather.

Mind you, I don’t understand why a continent could not still be an island, albeit enormous; after all everything is relative.

It seems the bay on which the port stood was well protected by Sure batteries. Or as someone from the States might say, ‘It sure was well protected’.

Sure batteries might be similar to Ever Ready batteries, but I am not aware if this is actually the case. However, it pays to double-check. Looks like they are.

1.2      Vichy

The problem to be solved was preventing the Ja’s pan knees getting a foothold as previously mentioned and reducing the potential threat from the their sub-marines.

These are a type of soldier, only they go under the water, not on it.

It seems the Vice Admirable Frick (famous for his exclamation when there was a loud bang outside his window, saying ‘Fricking heil, vat vass dat?!), met his counterpart Vice Admirable No-can-I Know-Murat.

It was important to the Axes powers that the allies’ lines of communication would be threatened.

1.3      Allies

It seems the Allies had heard the rumours of Japanese plans for the Indian Ocean. It might have been the Fleetwood Mac they heard, but this is just Rumours.

Fleetwood Mac should not be confused with Fleetwood Smack, a type of fishing vessel out of the port of Fleetwood on the Northwest coast of England.

Anyway, the Bright-ish Chefs of Stuff were urging the occupation of the island as a precaution. After all, the island might have seen as merely a drop in the Indian Ocean but it could serve as a base for attacks on South Africa etc.

The General Char Les de Goal was also keen that the three French should have an operation. This may relate to the three spirits like frogs of Revelation, but this is not yet clear (the French can be frogs to the Brits you see).

The leader of the Bright-ish was at this time a Wins-Ton Church-on-a-hill, a heavyweight in political terms, hence the Ton of course. He understood the risk, but initially did not think it was worth the rusk for some reason. Perhaps the Bright-ish were short on rusks, I don’t know.

He had been put off by the Battle of Da Car which had not gone well. I believe this was because the Car stalled at the critical moment. This had made the Allies go off the General Char Les de Goal a bit, so a joint operation between the three French and the Bright-ish was out of the question.

Of course it was understandable that the three French would not want to shed the blood of other Frenchmen, whether three or a hundred and three, so excluding the three French seemed sensible under the circumstances.

In March 1942 Wins-Ton realised taking the port was a Good Idea after all, and gave four guidelines for the operation.

  • Force H would move south. A sort of gale force I suppose, only H for something rather than a number. Hard-hitting perhaps.
  • The 4,000 men and ships proposed by Lord Mount Baton for the operation, should be retained as the nucleus around which the plan should be built. Lord Mount Baton allegedly invented the cake, Baton Berg, a mountain of a cake.
  • The operation should commence around 30 April 1942. It is good to have an operation in the spring as this gives the troops a spring in their step.
  • In the event of success, the come-and-dos recommended by Mount Baton should be replaced by garrison troops as soon as possible. Garrison troops are of course stationed as ‘gare’ in French means ‘station’, albeit railway station, or ‘depot’.

There are those who think that actually it is Gary’s son, but why Gary should have his son stationed all the time is anybody’s guess, so seems unlikely.

Whatever, a Force 1-2-1 was constituted as it is always better to have one-to-one contact with the enemy. This was under the control of a major General (bigger than a minor one of course) Bob Stirgees of the Real Marines (as opposed to the fake ones).

There was a rear Admirable Ted Si Fret who despite his name did not fret. Whether he brought up the rear however, I don’t know.

2          Allied preparations

Force 1-2-1 left the Bonnie banks of the Clyde (Bonnie and Clyde would be left to rob the banks) and went to three towns in the Mountains of Lions in West Africa. From thence the proceeded to the D’urban area on the east coast of Africa.

It seems the area being D’urban there were some Smuts from the cars that drove around. There was also a Field Marshmallow, a type of plant. What this has to do with anything is anybody’s guess.

The operation was the first British amphibious assault since the disastrous landings in the Garden-elles twenty-seven years before. There was some dispute about a turkey I gather.

Mr Church-on-a-hill told a general Arch Bald Wave Angel he would be responsible for Madagascar as soon as the objectives had been met.

3          Campaign

3.1      Landings (Operation Ironclad)

There were several waves of assault tropes (like Covid 19/the ‘flu, all assaults come in waves). They were taken ashore by courier I think, to the west of the port. Tropes or clichés if you are French are useful in a war of words if used correctly.

Hair cover was provided for those who were bald like me by some fairies. They might be small but they could give the Nasties something to think about. Just because one is small doesn’t mean one can’t be effective.

There were also some grim men as fighters. You need such men in the fight against Nasties.

The Fishy French had Grosvenor General Almond Lion Annette.

His tropes included the Malagasy (or bad gassy as mal is bad in French, The Malagasy talked bad as to gas is to speak).

There were also some Senior galleys. I assume these were used for cooking, like galley kitchens.

They probably spoke in clichés as in the case nowadays with those who roll out the old canards that Covid 19 is highly infectious and will kill us all if we don’t vaccinate.

The Fishy French also had:

8 batteries which was not a lot of power.

2 armed méchant (bad in French) brusiers (as opposed to one-armed bandits).

2 soups, 5 sub-marines

17 Moron-Saul ain’t ‘ere 406 fighters and 10 Potty 63 bummers – these numbers are confusing but don’t blame me, this is Wikipedia for you.  I mean 17 or 406 fighters for example, which is it??

On the Bright-ish side they took six Valentines which gave the romantic touch. Any good theatrical production or film needs a bit of romance.

There were also six Tetrarchs. This is a bit confusing as tetra means four or quarter, so six four arches. There were tetrarchs mentioned in the bible some may recall.

As regards the landings, the Bright-ish met virtually no resistance and got hold of batteries and the Baraks. Whether these were the Obamas it is not clear.

The landing by courier struggled with a man in a grove and a thick Bush (one of a number of thick Bushes which you can find in the USA for example. These have been found in the White House on occasion).

The force took the port of Die Go Sware Is.

The force that landed in Am-bara-rat-a Bay headed for the Fishy French naval base of Auntie Sarah Ney. They had the support of the tanks (tanks very useful in wars just as thanks are very useful in wars of words). They overcame light resistance with bayonet charges.

These of course were light bulbs with bayonet fittings.

Auntie Sarah Ney protected herself with stenches (from the stinking man in the groves or swamps nearby), two read outs (a type of manuscript), and pill boxes where she kept her poisonous big pharma drugs.

The Bright-ish attacked the Are-a-chart hairfield and destroyed 5 Morons, damaging two others (NB Morons and Macrons are related).

Two potties were also damaged. This gave the Fishy French a problem as it limited what they could ‘go’ on if you understand me. They were no doubt saying things like ‘Merde!’ afterwards.

It appears two more Morons appeared but two more hair craft were lost on the first day.

On the 6th May a frontal assault was launched but failed. However, two potties were destroyed and this was making life very difficult for the Fishy French.

Albert Caws bummed the French fences and a Sword fish had a dual with a sub-marine called a Hero. Losing a hero is always demoralising, like when Goliath was slain by David, for example.

The French fences were much stronger than expected (none of these flimsy panels) which had been made by a Jo Free. The Bright-ish were hugely surprised by these which explains why the Bright-ish are fairly bright rather than very bright perhaps.

However, some shy men from Lanka (not Sri Lanka) got round the fences and managed to cause chaos. If you are shy this does not mean you cannot be effective.

They took another Barak and a radio station (what channel is not known), but had to withdraw as their own radio packed up. I assume it needed a new battery and presumably the ones captured earlier didn’t fit.

In France the Fishy government began to learn of the landings. Admirable Darlan sent a message to Grosvenor Annette telling him “Firmly defend the honour of our flag” or in French “Défendre fermement l’honneur de notre drapeau”

The Bright-ish allegedly sent another message to Annette saying “Défendre fermement l’honneur de notre crapaud” meaning ” Firmly defend the honour of our toad”. Given the Fishy French were toadying to the Nasties this seems a reasonable thing to do.

Admirable Darlan  had also said “Fight to the limit of your possibilities … and make the British pay Dearly.” Who Dearly was is not recorded. It might be D’Early but this is merely a supposition.

There is however a Max Dearly so I suppose it could be him as he was around at the time. So the Bright-ish would have to pay him the Max as it were.

As the French fences were so good the Bright-ish decided to break the lock on the door instead and sent an old Des Troyer called Anthony who despite his age, dashed past the fences of Auntie Sarah Ney and landed 50 Ma Rines from the bottleship Ramillies This goes to show that being old doesn’t mean you can’t have an important role to play.

They created a disturbance in the town out of all proportion to their numbers taking a Rench Fartillery command post, or something like that, another Barak and the Naval de Poe. The later may have been a distant relation of Edgar Alan.

At the same time, other tropes broke through and marched into town. Thus Auntie Sarah Ney was surrounded as her fences were down. In one sense you could say she was caught with her knickers in a twist by being attacked on all fronts (as well as her behind).

The following day some Bright-ish Tartlets encountered three moron French fighters. A Tartlet succumbed to being eaten but the morons were shot down (they probably got belly ache from eating the Tartlet).

This meant about half of the hair craft on the island had been destroyed.

Anyway, in the end it took about three days for the operation to be successfully concluded. Three days was the same for Jesus Christ as He rose from the dead after three days and which concluded the first phase of His assault on Satan’ stronghold.

The Ja’s pan knees had not been idle, but had sent three sub-marines. They launched two midgets between them and the Ram was seriously damaged and a loyal tanker called Bright-ish Ollytea, or something like that, was sunk but later re-floated.

I gather that one of the midgets got stuck on the beach at nosey Aunty Likely and tried to reach a point where he could pick up someone called cape Amber. Maybe this has to do with another Amber I have Heard about recently, but I may be floundering in the Depp end there.

3.2      Ground campaign (Operation Stream Line Jane)

This started on the 2nd July 1942 with the taking of the island of Mayotte which lies between Madagascar and Africa. Why Mayotte is called this is unclear as although the island is hot in May, this isn’t the hottest month of the year.

Some Bright-ish forces arrived from Africa. By this time there were only four moron fighters and three potty bummers left for the Fishy French.

On the 10th September Bright-ish tropes landed at Ma Younger’s place on the west of the island, took control of the local post office (this was critical as it was the place where posts were made for the fences) and stormed the grosvenor’s residence. They raised the Onion Jack here which made the tropes cry.

Now, the rainy season was due to arrive and the Bright-ish wanted to arrive at the Capital Tan-and-arrive in time for tea (which is the capital letter of Tan of course).

The allies had slow going due to various obstacles; people in the way, bits of furniture strewn about, that sort of thing.

The Fishy Forces tried to blow a bridge across a river but didn’t blow hard enough obviously as they only made it sag a bit. They tried to attack with a potty bummer too, but that didn’t do anything.

Anyway, the capital was eventually taken and then the town of Amber-lav-hey-ho. Sadly the grosvenor Annette escaped.

Then a Bright-ish force set out to capture a town called Tama-Tavy. There were problems with heavy scurf which is not so much a problem when you are bald like me.

Nevertheless, the Bruiser Birming-ham sent its lunch (containing ham sandwiches of course) ahead for the planned picnic on the beach but got attacked by some Sure Batteries which was a shock.

Birming-ham then threw some buns at the enemy’s tropes and after three minuets whilst the Fishy French thought about it and danced around, they surrendered.

The Bright-ish tropes linked up with those at Tan-and-arrive and pressed on to More-a-man-ga. A bumming raid was undertaken by some Martin and Mary lands (they may be related to cousins of mine or near neighbours, I don’t know) on a French thought at Fiona-rant-sower. What Fiona was ranting about is not recorded.

Perhaps the last thing to note is the action at And-ram-an-Alina, a valley on the river Man-go-rah-hah-rah where a hambush was planned by the Fishy French, who were fed up with fish and fancied some ham instead.

But they were attacked in the rear and surrendered.

The allied tropes then took Fiona-rant-sower but it seems Antigone, whoever she was, was not there but gone.

However, the grosvenor Annette had also scarpered and gone to I-hosey where it is well-watered up in the hills. He was caught up and eventually surrendered.

4          Aftermath

It is noted that

Julian Jackson, in his biography of de Gaulle, observed that the French had held out longer against the Allies in Madagascar in 1942 than they had against the Germans in France in 1940.

Which makes you wonder whose side the French really were on. All this in tent cordial that Edward the VII brokered was only skin deep it seems.

Apparently the Governor General Armand Léon Annet

By continuing to fight for 6 months he had become entitled to a higher pension.


You wonder what his priorities were. Was this the nature of Vichy France?

Historian John Grehan has claimed that the British capture of Madagascar before it could fall into Japanese hands was so crucial in the context of the war that it led to Japan’s eventual downfall and defeat.

This goes to show that small victories should not be underestimated and lead to greater victories. Such will be the case in the World War Three, the battle of words against Satan and his minions.

As Jesus says “Whoever is faithful with very little will also be faithful with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much”.

5          Order of battle

Some comments for interest. Possibly pointless, but may amuse. I struggle a bit at the end so maybe you shouldn’t bother reading this tripe.

5.1      Allied Forces

5.1.1  Naval forces


HMS Ramillies – always good to have a Ram in charge. A ram like the Ram of God perhaps?

Hair craft Carriers

HMS Illustrious – good strong name. My father served on her after the war as a midshipman.

HMS Indomitable – another good strong name.


HMS Birmingham – some ham to sustain the troops.

HMS Dauntless – another good strong name.

HMS Gambia – perhaps like a gammon and beer. More sustenance.

HMS Hermione – not the same as the Harry Potter one.

HMS Devonshire – rather shy of course, didn’t like to boast.

HNLMS Jacob van Heemskerck – of the Royal Netherlands Navy, but no relation to Captain James ‘T’ Kirk. Wikipedia entry states

During the Second World War the crew felt that their ship was blessed and gave her the nickname Oude Jacob (Old Jacob). She received the reputation for proficiency, and not a single convoy ship would be lost when she was on duty.

Jacob is James in the New Testament.

Maybe I was wrong about the relationship to James Kirk.


HMS Manxman – Manx cats have no tails. However the Manxman has a tale to tell it seems.


HMS Erebus – here was a bus carrying two 15” guns, good for beating the Fishy Frenchs’ bottoms like a school monitor.

Seaplane Carrier

HMS Albatross – get your albatross ice cream on board.

Des Troyers

HMS Active – on active service of course.

HMS Anthony – without Cleopatra.

HMS Arrow – had to be included as Winston Churchill went to ‘arrow school.

HMS Blackmore – nicknamed ‘Ritchie’ for the heavy metal she carried.

HMS Duncan – if dun can, well she could.

HMS Fortune – fortune favours the brave. And useful to have several tunes to cheer the troops, whether four tunes or more.

HMS Foxhound – for giving chase to the soldiers in their foxholes.

HMS Inconstant – for a ship meaning faithless she was far better than her name deserves.

HMS Hotspur – ‘let the buoy (sic) win his spurs’.

HMS Javelin – something to throw at the enemy.

HMS Laforey – no doubt so-named because Laforey could see the wood for the trees (la forêt).

HMS Lightning – greased lightning no doubt.

HMS Lookout – important to keep a watchful eye. This is what true prophets do.

HMAS Napier

HMAS Nepal

HMAS Nizam

HMAS Norman – suitable for a Norman conquest

HMS Pakenham – more ham for feeding the tropes

HMS Paladin – a child of Aladdin

HMS Panther – but not pink I gather

HNLMS Van Galen – a van that blows hard?

HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes – rather like a knee jerk reaction?

Cor vets – To look after the animals

HMS Freesia – freesia jolly good fellow

HMS Auricula – a type of plant to cheer up the garden

HMS Nigella – Lawson the cook

HMS Fritillary – more flowers for the garden

HMS Genista – more flowers for the garden HMS Cyclamen – carrying the bicycle troop

HMS Thyme – carrying the medics, after all thyme is a great healer.

HMS Jasmine – should have been a mine layer but wasn’t


HMS Cromer

HMS Poole

HMS Romney

HMS Cromarty

Assault transports

HMS Winchester Castle

HMS Royal Ulsterman

HMS Keren – Keren’s (sic) may be annoying but they obviously have their uses.

HMS Karanja

MS Sobieski (Polish) – for the cleaning jobs where you need a bit of spit and Polish.

Special ships

Not to be confused with the special relation ships such as between the USA and the UK.

HMS Derwentdale (LCA)

HMS Bachaquero (LST)

Troop ships

SS Oronsay – but not Nazi-say

RMS Duchess of Atholl – also known as Atholler the hun.

RMS Franconia – a nod to the Francophiles

Stores and MT ships

NB these were not MT but full otherwise there would be no point in taking them, would there?

SS Empire Kingsley – nothing Amis I hope.

M/S Thalatta – suitable for the Greeks all at sea.

SS Mahout – as opposed to ma, or mother, in

SS City of Hong Kong

SS Mairnbank

SS Martand II

Naval Ground Forces

Royal Navy Commandos – the Real Naval Come-and-dos

Royal Marines – Real Marines

5.1.2  Ground forces

Organization of British ground forces for Operation Ironclad, during the invasion of Madagascar 5 May 1942

29th Infantry Brigade (independent) arrived via amphibious landing near Diego-Suarez on 5 May 1942

2nd South Lancashire Regiment

2nd East Lancashire Regiment

1st Royal Scots Fusiliers

2nd Royal Welch Fusiliers

455th Light Battery (Royal Artillery)

MG company

‘B’ Special Service Squadron with 6 Valentine

‘C’ Special Service Squadron with 6 Tetrarch tanks

Commandos arrived via amphibious landing near Diego-Suarez on 5 May 1942

No. 5 Commando

British 17th Infantry Brigade Group (of 5th Division) landed near Diego-Suarez as second wave on 5 May 1942

2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers

2nd Northamptonshire Regiment

6th Seaforth Highlanders – with inflation these are now the Sea-fifth Highlanders

9th Field Regiment (Royal Artillery)

British 13th Infantry Brigade (of 5th Division) landed near Diego-Suarez as third wave on 6 May 1942. Departed 19 May 1942 for India

2nd Cameronians

2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – to do the killing of course (why just in the inn I don’t know)

2nd Wiltshire Regiment

East African Brigade Group arrived 22 June to replace 13 and 17 Brigades

South African 7th Motorised Brigade

Rhodesian 27th Infantry Brigade arrived 8 August 1942; departed 29 June 1944

2nd Northern Rhodesia Regiment – a 2nd class road

3rd Northern Rhodesia Regiment – a 3rd class road

4th Northern Rhodesia Regiment – a 4th class road

55th (Tanganyika) Light Battery – a battery for the lights of course

57th (East African) Field Battery – a battery for the field of course, ploughed or otherwise.

5.1.3  Fleet Air Arm

Aboard HMS Illustrious

881 Squadron – 12 Grumman Martlet Mk.II

882 Squadron – 8 Grumman Martlet Mk.II, 1 Fairey Fulmar

810 Squadron – 10 Fairey Swordfish

829 Squadron – 10 Fairey Swordfish

Aboard HMS Indomitable

800 Squadron – 8 Fairey Fulmar

806 Squadron – 4 Fairey Fulmar

880 Squadron – 6 Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk IA

827 Squadron – 12 Fairey Albacore

831 Squadron – 12 Fairey Albacore

5.2      Vichy France

I can’t be bothered to comment so if you wish to check please do so.

5.3      Japan

I can’t be bothered to comment so if you wish to check please do so.

P.S. If you are interested in more battles, try my NAFF CAFF establishment under World Menu. Scroll down to near the bottom of the page to find it.

PCR and Rapid Lateral Flow Tests

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

3rd May, 2022

I thought I must tie up some loose ends on Covid 19 and the scams. People have covered them of course, but I might be able to add my pennies worth and add to my Covid 19 Summary.

PCR test

PCR stands for Polymerase Chain Reaction

It has limitations. In short they can be erroneous and cannot be relied upon 100%.

Reuters changed its tune from false to misleading

The context around the quote shows Lauritsen is not saying PCR tests do not work. Instead, he is clarifying that PCR identifies substances qualitatively not quantitatively, detecting the genetic sequences of viruses, but not the viruses themselves: “PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.”

Even if Mullis had voiced a similar statement before his death in 2019, this quote does not mean the PCR test is unable to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – rather that it cannot determine whether the individual tested is infectious.

The test’s unreliability as proof positive.

Further website on unreliability.

Now I know that Covid19 is the ‘flu and they are, if they are testing anything at all, testing the exosome, part of the body’s own defence system.

Which is extremely clever – not! As I keep saying, virology is fundamentally flawed, and the issue with the ‘flu or Covid 19 as it is now called, is toxic poisoning from metabolism of food etc. within the body, added to by external toxins in the environment.

It is not rocket science, although so-called experts want you to think that as it justifies their research grant, exalted positions and god-like status in the minds of many.

Big pharma want you to think it is rocket science because they can sell you snake oil which may do you no harm, but may harm or kill you if your immune system is up the spout as we can say in the UK.


 ‘Don’t panic everybody, the test is unreliable!’

I like to say that PCR is similar to PRC or People’s Republic of China. And from where many PCR tests come I gather.

An anagram of ‘A PRC test’ is ‘Crap test’. Says it all.

Nasal PCR test swabs are made in china & coated with ethylene oxide (EO)

Right, well, um…

‘Panic everybody, the test is harmful!’

Well, maybe not panic but why bother take the risk? ‘Hey man , I’m just cool with poisoning myself.’ Baldmichael says don’t be a burke, it’s not worth it.

Here’s another thought. Being a clever git, Baldmichael kept the paper/plastic cover of the test kit he had delivered to home when he was in the process of his immune-therapy.

By the way, someone came to the door to deliver and then then take it away when I had finished. There was supposed to be instructions in the test kit but there wasn’t. Bloody useless quality control by those making it.

I had to go on line to be sure how to use it correctly so took 15 minutes to check and ensure I did it properly. It was called Σ-virocult.

And here is the company website.

I thought I had better check the anagrams as they can be very useful. Mind you, virocult makes me think of religious cult of the virus. Mmm…never a truer word was spoken methinks.

It has the sigma symbol so I have used the full letter thus:


And from which you get single words

Crotalism – the poisoning or poisoned condition of animals caused by eating a leguminous plant (Crotalaria sagittalis) or other plants of the same genus in the field or as hay

Malicious – enough said

Microglia – certain brain cells, the main immune defence system for the central nervous system. This Σ-virocult tests the immune system. Perhaps it damages it.

Orgiastic – 1: of, relating to, or marked by orgies

2: characterized by unrestrained emotion : FRENZIED

This reflects the frenzied way some people like to be tested all the time.

Ritualism – the ritual of testing, part of the Covid Cult.

Suctorial – pertains to the adaptation for sucking or suction, as possessed by marine parasites such as the Cookiecutter shark

Parasitical. Help!

Full anagrams

Go litmus vicar – the litmus test

Omit slug vicar – mmm…

Smug toil vicar – mmm…

Cultism virago – are we seeing the cult of the strong, male like woman. Yes, of course we are, it’s obvious.

AC mugs vitriol – perhaps this suggests the anti-Christ’s mugs poison, i.e. the mugs who succumb to the tests believing they are worth having.

Ag scum vitriol – much the same meaning as above

AC tumors vigil – antichrist tumors – watch out for cancer!

Surgical vomit – !!!!!!!


Rapid Lateral Flow test

Rapid Lateral Flow or Rapid Antigen Tests or RATs. RATs reminds me of the plague rats for the Black Death.

It says

The downside of RATs is that they are less sensitive than other forms of COVID-19 testing, such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

So simply put, the PCR tests are unreliable so these will be even more unreliable. Rather like government advice on Covid 19 then. Mind you, the government is completely crap. I see

Rapid tests for COVID-19 emerged from major investment by the United Kingdom’s Moonshot program, a £100 billion program to systematically assess, develop and implement new technologies for COVID-19 testing.


Following the widespread use of rapid tests around the world, rapid tests have a market value of $15 billion; however, the market is expected to cease from 2024 due to the vaccination of the global population by the end of 2023.

In other words a load of bollux and a complete waste of money. Except for those who love it for some reason and profit by it. I  did not approve this moonshot programme, they have used taxpayers’ money to fund the criminals.


I am only going to mention these obvious ones, more for fun than anything else.

Alli flawed raptor – the tests are flawed, and you have been raped (or fleeced) by a raptor, a bird of prey.

Fart walloped liar – says it all, doesn’t it!!

They say many tests made in China.

Says it all, doesn’t it.

Costs of tests

The price of a PCR test varies significantly. Some, according to the government website, can be bought for as little as £15, while others may set you back by as much as £395.

There is no real reason you should be spending that much, however, and the most reliable tests will generally cost you somewhere between £25 and £50.

I am not sure the website does tell you costs, I could not find details via the link in the Mirror’s article, but I do know from a friend of my wife’s that people have been scammed into paying well over the odds with eye-watering charges.

But then they are all a waste of money anyway.

As for RATs

It found that tests are often costing $20-$30 per test and even over $70 per test through some small retailers even though wholesale costs range between just $3.95 and $11.45 per test.

“At the extreme end, we have received reports or seen media coverage of tests costing up to $500 for 2 tests through online marketplaces, and over $70 per test through convenience stores, service stations and independent supermarkets, which is clearly outrageous,” ACCC Chair Rod Sims said.

If you paid for these wretched things (though you will have done so anyway via taxes as ‘free’ from the government means you will be ultimately paying for it), you might be rather annoyed.

And saying something stronger than ‘Oh RATs, I’ve been fooled!’.


So tests a complete waste of time, governments have, as usual, wasted a colossal amount of taxpayers’ money on something utterly pointless.

Probably will poison people, may well be the cause for the madness afflicting so many. Brains are addled.

Don’t waste your money, complain and get your money back from the people and the companies who made a false prophet (sic) from the scam.

By the way, ask governments why don’t we all get tested for vitamin D efficiency, a true pandemic.

And don’t get fooled again


P.S. If you need something to let off steam after you have written to your government, I can recommend The Who.

As for the W.H.O., the World Health Organisation I cannot recommend it. It is full of lying, skiving, scoundrels, although as ever it mixes truth and lies. But that will need another post. But this is what it says apparently on the tests.

If you wish to know more about Covid 19 please see this.

Covid 19 Summary

B is for…..Build Back Butter (and avoid margarine).

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

1st May, 2022

“Don’t you mean Build back Better?” Well, yes and no. You see butter is better. “Better than what?” you say.

Okay, for starters is its better than industrial margarine which my father has referred to as axle grease. I now understand why at last.

As regards butter, this is better because it contains vitamins A, B, D, E and K for a start.

I have said before that butter is typically golden yellow like God’s good sun which gives us vitamin D if we do the right things.

Too much butter can be problematic due to the need for bile in breaking down the fat. And bile is vile smelling, which is why faeces smells!

And in the Greek b and v are related phonetically.

Anyway, this is supposed to be a dessert course (it will go in Le Café dessert menu), so this is rather unpleasant.  So what can we do with butter then for dessert? How about bread and butter pudding?

Stale bread, but not mouldy, can be used, and may be better than fresh and it can absorb the liquid you can add. I have seen recipes using Bailey’s Irish Cream Liqueur and brioche, the French light bread/cake.

Delia Smith used butter a lot in her recipes. She became the Mrs Beeton of her era in a way, although only in the cooking, as Mrs Beeton covered all sorts of other household management issues.

Her book, ‘Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management’ is a classic, still highly regarded today I believe in many quarters.

Anyway, I am rather wandering off subject. This link is definitely useful on butter and how we have been lied to about its benefits.

I particularly note

Moreover, note that grass-fed butter is particularly rich in Vitamin K2, which can have important impact on health.

Now K-2 is what is recommended to accompany vitamin D-3 to reduce risks of calcium deposits in the blood system.

I have said this before.

Covid 19 stands for amongst other things vitamin C Or VItamin D – the cure is in the name (note stress on the capitals). The 19 stands for potassium, K on the periodic table, atomic number 19. Vitamin K 2 is also needed for reducing of calcium carbonate in the blood and furring up the arteries.

Again from the previous link

Namely, according to them, one should replace butter with margarine, which contains highly processed trans fats. And that was what we did, we substituted butter, a healthy food, with something full of toxic and harmful components.

Now you may find this comparison odd, but I note that we have trans-fats being highly processed and harmful. I suspect this is due at least in part to being processed to death, and probably using neuro-toxic chemical remaining in the product.

But we also have the trans-gender nonsense, where the poor humans involved have been highly processed, chemically poisoned. Maybe not to death, but as good as. Perhaps it is the margarine they eat!!

Seriously, though, the margarine probably is just the tip of the iceberg, as there are so many neuro-toxins in food etc. And then there are the hormones and antibiotics in meat and dairy products.

I would like to point out that animals need vitamins and minerals as much as we humans. And don’t want poisoning with artificial fertilisers and pesticides on grazing land. They need the benefit of good, herb rich grass.

Cows can then produce milk from which we get butter etc. which will in turn be good for us if we eat it. So buy organic butter etc. if you can, and push for people to farm organically whether you can or not.

Now I can’t say I was enamoured of bread and butter as a child. Children tend to have a sweet tooth, and jam is lovely! But now I can appreciate the ‘Eat your bread and butter first’ rule I recall that we had from my parents.

And if the bread is proper bread and the butter proper butter, not adulterated by chemicals or ‘fillers’, then it tastes much, much better.

‘I do like a bit of butter on my bread’ was a line from The King’s Breakfast by A.A.Milne. You can read it here.’s-Breakfast

As is written, marmalade is good (with vitamin C) but butter is essential.

I had the two books as a child ‘When We Were Very Young’ and ‘Now we are six’. The later was my inspiration for my page ‘Rule of Six Government Guidance’ with reference to the guidance of All hail the mighty!

With hail stones as heavy as a talent as per Bible prophecy to drum some sense into the stupid officials and politicians! Hail the people too who stupidly followed the guidance without thinking.

‘OI, GET A GRIP YOU LOT!’ That my hail, I’m hailing the people.

Anyway, how about baked potato and butter? Grated cheese to and some sweet chilli sauce and salad – that was my supper last night, delicious.

And don’t forget, one can make cakes with butter and bake them. I thought this website looked fun.

So, that is butter, but what about margarine? Here are some anagrams for interest to start with.


Air German – are the Germans responsible? Seems not, a Frenchman invented it. See later.

German IRA – German’s responsible for the IRA. Mmm now there’s a thought.

am angrier – Well, I’m getting angry about the fraud of selling margarine as though it is truly a good substitute for butter.

arena grim – we now enter the grim arena of what margarine is truly doing to us.

an era grim – similar to above

a grime RNA – a dirty Ribonucleic acid??

Now this chap was the inventor, Monsieur Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès.

And this tells you more about it.

I note this.

The reference margarine was rich in vitamin E (37% of the Daily Value, DV), containing 35 mg gamma-tocopherol) and sodium (47% DV) added as salt for flavour. Unless fortified with micronutrients during manufacturing, there are no other nutrients in significant content. Vitamin A and vitamin D may be added for fortification.

I think this says it all. It is ultimately an inferior product.

Or as Voltaire might have said, ‘C’est magnifique, mais ce n’est pas le buerre!’

There is of course the issue of palm oil and destruction of rainforests.

There people suggesting that butter production is bad by implication, i.e. cows fart methane and so affect the climate. Hence one reason for the climate change arguments.

Well, I keep saying climate change isn’t the issue, but pollution is. Why don’t people concentrate on that? Clear up the all the plastic waste, stop using plastics etc.

And plastics are what the tubs are made of that margarine is put in.

But the arguments against butter are just utter bollox! As opposed to butter ollux!!

There are various brands of margarine. Don’t forget a brand is also a mark. Margarine is not good for you. You could say it is beastly in a way. A mark of a beast perhaps? Mmm…

As regards brands, well, there is ‘I can’t believe it’s not butter!’ Well I can!

In February 2017, Unilever rebranded the product as “I Can’t Believe It’s So Good… For Everything!” in the UK. The stated objective was to increase awareness of the product’s versatility. The rebrand was greeted with puzzlement and some derision by many media commentators. Subsequently, the branding was simplified to “I Can’t Believe It’s So Good…”. The brand was returned to its original form in November 2019.


I’m not surprised they reverted back to the old branding. After all ‘good for everything’ would include greasing your axles!!

Here’s more on the margarine swindle.

I extract these paragraphs.

The Kerry Group is one such example. It has a position in the Irish dairy market analogous to Kraft in the United States. Kerry’s Low Low Spread claims to be “made from Irish butter milk” but ‘reconstituted buttermilk’ actually makes up just 3% of the ingredients. The main ingredients are sunflower, palm and linseed oils, along with some water. It also features a milk churn and separates the compound word buttermilk – all to reinforce its bogus pretence to be a dairy product.

Misleading advertising cheats both the customer and the farmer. The customer is misled into buying a product by means of deceptive representation. Farmers obtain a lower price for their milk because demand is artificially lowered by unfair competition. It is entirely understandable that Big Margarine resorts to fraud to enrich itself. It has always done so. That the injured parties remain passive victims seems rather more inexplicable, especially when one compares their inertia to the robust response of their ancestors.

And I think this is a great article to consider the issues.

The Truth about Butter & Dairy: Health Food Or Inflammatory?

And consider this, referring to nickel toxicity regarding the use of nickel as a catalyst and other issues of pesticides etc on the plant crops used.

Quora is interesting. I found this answer. From

Jason Wirausaha, Marketer at Independent (2017-present)

Answered Apr 23, 2022

At a glance, it appears that margarine aids weight loss, reduces your risk of heart attack, provides useful vitamins, and lowers your cholesterol. Seems like a healthy choice. But before you rush out to eat a spoon of this life-preserving food, have you noticed that even on the oldest and yellowiest margarine at the back of the fridge, the mould only grows on the crumbs of food that have fallen in. Everything else is in an advanced state of decay, but the margarine sits blandly and smoothly in its tub- untouched. Nothing has grown on it because there is nothing for the mould to ‘eat.’ Margarine is a highly processed ‘food”, and to me, it illustrates the problem of modern food marketing; promoted as improving health it is actually highly processed, and lacking any ‘living’ nutrition. Margarine was developed over a hundred years ago as a butter substitute for the Army and the ‘lower classes’;’ to be cheap and last for a long time.

Butter is a natural pure product. It does not last as long and yes it is high in saturated fat. These should never be eaten in excess, but can be part of a healthy diet if used in sensible amounts; after all they are pure ingredients which have been part of our diet for thousands of years. Traditionally people would have eaten dairy, meat and eggs in small quantities due to the expense of their production; there was no cheap mass-produced food. Importantly, people would have been active all day long, often involved in the physically demanding tasks of agricultural and food production. Our bodies have not changed although our lifestyle has changed almost beyond recognition, but if we eat a balanced diet of whole, unprocessed foods, and stay active, we should live long and healthy lives. In fact the rise of obesity, heart disease and cancer, which had been popularly linked to a diet high in animal fats, is largely influenced by a rise in the widespread use of cheap, long-lasting hydrogenated fats.

So, butter or margarine? I will choose butter every time. It concerns me that some people may believe that by switching to a heart-friendly, cholesterol-lowering spread, they may be excused the hassle of exercising and giving up other unhealthy food choices. Despite what the food industry is telling us, you cannot buy a short-cut to health. Living a healthy, long and disease-free life means eating natural, unprocessed foods and staying active every day; you just can’t buy that in a tub.

If you have believed the hype, the advertising, about margarine as being better than butter then you have been had, as I was until I woke up to the lies.

Now I switched from margarine to butter in 2020 after my diagnosis of stage 1 cancer, which I now know to be erroneous and due to chemical poisoning via sodium nitrite in bacon I ate. I will again explain more in due course.

I cannot explain why, I just knew I must do it. I am very angry with the cretinous oncologist at Brighton in the NHS who said to my wife and I when I asked about diet, said there was nothing I should do. She is an ignorant doctor and no mistake.

But then they don’t teach them much about diet in medical school I understand. Still, I consider this no excuse for not doing her own research. It is easy now with the internet. Main stream doctors are pathetic nowadays if they not understand these issues on nutrition and toxins. It is what I call primary school stuff.


Now I mentioned the vitamins A, B, D, E and K. Now fascinatingly anagram these letters and you get baked as the only full anagram!

Baked with butter is better!

If we put in these vowels we can have:

Batter – for pancakes etc.

Better – for good

Bitter – for a margarine, the bitter truth it not good for you or the environment. Consider doing your bit.

Botter – the robots making the industrial axle grease we call margarine

Butter – what we should be eating

So, I say Build Back Butter into your diet. Make a batter, it’s better, not bitter, and not made by botters.  

Buy Butter, it’s better!!

P.S. Don’t forget. Butter should be bought as organic as possible as it was intended to be by the Most High.

Regarding batters and their uses.

Regarding the Rule of six government guidance – this funny!

Rule of Six Government Guidance

P.P.S I achieved 99 countries on my WordPress  stats this 29th April!