Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble…

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

3rd April, 2022

This is very brief, as I have just read the following link. It is true of the USA, but also true of other countries too, including the UK.

It is from the website Simple Truth by a lady called Lynnette. I follow this website.

It is about the USA social services and the abuse therein by the system itself, the system to supposedly protect children from harm and abuse.

I have not researched in detail but I know this goes on elsewhere as I have incinerated indicated. The depth of this will no doubt vary from state to state.

Please do read it and tell others to wake them up to what is going on. Whatever you can do to help expose and kill the beast and deal with the criminals behind it will be very welcome, no matter how small.


And remember these words of Jesus, part of which forms the title of this post.

‘Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.…’

K is for…..Kings

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

19th March 2022

This is posting a page I did near the start of my journey into the unknown as it were, when I set up this site. I am still struggling with the Ukraine issues. It is certainly not all cut and dried and Zelelensky certainly looks dodgy to say the least.

In the meantime here is a piece that may amuse those who know something of the history of Britain.

K is for…..Kings

10th July 2020

…and queens. Well not many queens. Of England that is. The internet indicates eight who ruled, but Lady Jane Grey wasn’t crowned. And Mary of William and Mary was only crowned, along with her husband, by a bishop. So not sure that counts, strictly speaking.

Anyway, I thought I give the full list of monarchs and my alternative history, somewhat à la mode 1066. Thank you Sellars and Yeatman.

Alfred the Great – burnt the cakes. While watching the grate. Hence the name.

Edward the Elder – older than the younger one. Obviously.

AElfweard – not crowned, so shouldn’t include him. But as a ‘weird elf’ are we surprised?

AEthelstan – brother of AEthelollie. Not to be confused with Ollie Hardlycanute. AEthelollie was in charge of finance. So named because if money seemed to be missing would cry out ‘Ae! Where’s the lollie!’

Edmund I – rather depressing character. Wrote song ‘Blue Munday’ after a particularly bad day, whilst trying to instigate a New World Order in England. Didn’t succeed (hooray!).

Eadred – apparently ‘…sucked out the juices of his food, chewed on what was left and spat it out’. Invented soups as a consequence. Died a bachelor, hence Batchelor Soups.

Eadwig – bald from birth. Invented the toupée.

Edgar the Peaceful – was always eating legumes. So full of peas. Would go round asking his subjects if they would like a pea. Never fathomed out why they would then say ‘yes’ and disappear behind the nearest bush.

Edward the Martyr – mother was Aelma. Hence Aelma mater (as opposed to Edgar pater, his father – see above). If he needed to learn something would go to his mother. We use a similar phrase today, but context escapes me.

Aethelred – the unready. When he was born, he was, well, red. Wasn’t properly educated. So he was not well read. Or ready. So unready.

Sweyn – aka Sweyn Forkbeard due to his unpleasant habit of putting his fork in his beard for safe keeping. With bits of food on it. Hence the saying ‘You dirty sweyn, you’.

Aethelred – the unready. Yes, same one as before Sweyn. Still hadn’t learnt his lessons, so still not well read. Or ready.

Edmund Ironside – went around in early form of wheel chair. An adapted chariot. Liked playing detective. So became a man called Ironside.

Canute – or Cnut the Great. The ‘C’ of Cnut is hard. Hence, he was a hard nut. Used his head to prove he wasn’t God to his silly courtiers who thought he could do anything. Sat on his chair at Bosham. Commanded the waves to stop. Got rather wet. Not as wet as his courtiers who should have known better. They were wet behind the ears.

Canute reputed to have said ‘Let all men know how empty and worthless is the power of kings, for there is none worthy of the name, but He whom heaven, earth, and sea obey by eternal laws.’

Harold Harefoot – bald, but made up the deficit with his feet. Would be frequently seen with his head down to his toes, grooming them with a comb. His servants couldn’t get his attention, so they said he was com’a toes. Went into the English language denoting someone who is asleep. Like most of the nation at the moment.

Harthacnut – not half the man his father king Cnut was. So, therefore, also known as Hardlycanute, as he was hardly Canute, was he? However, Hartha apparently really does mean ‘tough’ and Cnut means ‘nut’ so he really was a tough nut.

Edward the Confessor – always owning up to things he didn’t do.

Harold Godwinson – incarcerated at Winson Green by his parents for some bad behaviour. Managed to escape by untying the ropes he was bound up in. As he would say ‘Well, you Winson, you loose some’.

William I – aka William the Conqueror. Better than being known as William the Bastard, which no doubt the Saxons called him. As he was illegitimate, this was perfectly reasonable. And he wasn’t entitled to the throne of England – so there, you Normans!

William II – William Rufus. They say he was Rufus because he was ruddy in complexion or had red hair. No. It’s in his name. He was a thatcher, and laid roofs (or rooves if you prefer). Started a family trade. They branched out as more materials became available. You could find reference to the business if you looked it up in the middle ages. You know, that well-known magazine, Wat Tyler.

Henry I – aka Henry Beauclerc. Saxons still not liking Normans, so preferred to keep first letter and last three for more appropriate name (between themselves of course).

Stephen – Wikipedia says he didn’t get on board a ship ‘…out of concern for overcrowding on board the ship, or because he was suffering from diarrhea.’ Why not both? If the weather was choppy, you can imagine if he was feeling sick as well. Which end over the side first?

Henry II – known for suggesting his old friend Thomas the Bucket should be removed from office. Four knights took him up on his word, and did him to death. Henry only wanted him given a kicking, so they rather overdid things. Hence we now say ‘kick the bucket’ for someone dying.

Richard I – Wikipedia says he was besieging the ‘…virtally unarmed castle of Châlus-Chabrol’. And Richard was hit in the shoulder by a crossbow’. That shows how desperate the defenders were. Had run out of quarrels, so in last resort the crossbow was thrown out. Richard wasn’t looking was he? Should have jumped out the way.

John – lost his baggage in the Wash. You probably know the feeling if you go down the launderette and come back and you’re missing your knickers or a bra. Happens to royalty too.

Henry III – or Henry the Third. Saxons still not happy about the Normans. Tended to drop the ‘h’, but not in polite company (and not in front of the Normans). Irish still do, but they didn’t like the Normans either.

Edward I – know as Longshanks. Result of walking in the Wealden clay in winter no doubt. Legs got lengthened whilst trying to extract them from the mud. I found this extract from ‘Map Of A Nation: A Biography of the Ordnance Survey by Rachel Hewitt’. ‘…Sussex men and animals had grown long-legged through pulling their feet through the clay’.

Edward II – well, if you were educated in history you might know the story of the red-hot poker stuck you-know where. There are rumours of a homosexual affair with Piers Gaveston, so perhaps this was considered suitable punishment at the time. In any event, not a good or successful king, apparently.

Edward III – had a son, the Black Prince. Had pictures taken of him, but none came out. All blacked out, hence black prints. The ones of his son in Snowdonia came out, although you couldn’t see him properly as he was too far away. They were called the prints of Wales.

Richard II – Wikipedia entry says of him on his character and assessment Richard’s mind “was losing its balance altogether” and “Richard’s grasp on reality was becoming weaker”. So he became a nut case. Perhaps related to Canute then? Again, Richard’s condition reminds you of most people in lockdown.

Henry IV – as Shakespeare said, he came in two parts. Part A everybody wanted to join. After all everybody loves a part a, right? Part B was not so popular as it didn’t seem to mean anything. He was also known as Henry Ivy. Set up early football matches with the Native Americans. Hence the Ivy League.

Henry V – best know for the phrase ‘Once more unto the beach, dear friends, once more’. Inspired the masses after lockdown. Inspired the masses (probably Saxons) response to the officious officials (probably Normans), who said it was disgusting (crowding together on the beach that is). Same as the archers response to the French at Agincourt. Which is why he is Henry with a ‘V’ sign after his name.

Henry VI – who inherited the 100 years war according to Wikipedia (his father should have left him something better, like gold). It says this war lasted from 1337–1453. Maths not Henry’s strong point. Not a king you could count on. Wikipedia says he “lost his wits, his two kingdoms, and his only son”. And his ability to count. Probably signalled the French like the archers at Agincourt and had fingers cut off. Couldn’t then count to ten, let alone a hundred.

Edward IV – he came in two parts too. Exiled to Flanders, where the Swans came from. Listened to Flanders and Swans to keep himself amused before returning to England. If you are bored as well, go and listen to them on Youtube etc.

Edward V – possibly murdered, possibly not. Might have been practicing ‘V’ sign on the French, who objected violently. Or not.

Richard III – a short reign. Lost his voice at the Battle of Boswell. You know ‘A hoarse, a hoarse my kingdom for a hoarse’. Said by some to be a hunchback. And by his wife. As the courtiers said in Franglais ‘Le hunchback de notre dame’. May well have been maligned by the Tudors. Victors write the history books etc.

Henry VII – not another one! Henry Tudor. As you know Henry Tudor rose. Would have been ok if he’d stopped at the petals but ate the stem as well. Thorns made his mouth bleed and the rose petals red (they had been white).

Henry VIII – had VI wives. Or was it Henry VI who had VIII wives? One or the other. Mmm…. No, it was VI. Let’s see.

    • Catherine of Aragorn. She came, stayed quite a while and then she was gorn.
    • Anne Bowling. She couldn’t stand Henry and lost her head over it. Henry, ever inventive, found her head and used it for Lawn Bowling.
    • Jane Seemore. Despite her name, didn’t see that Henry would always want more (wives). Died in a small sized bed, it seems (it says ‘childberth’ here anyway).
    • Anne of Cloves. Or is it Clothes? Didn’t spice up Henry’s life, or wore the wrong clothes, whatever.
    • Catherine Howard. Came from Howard’s End. And unfortunately met it. Her end that is.
    • And finally, Catherin Parr. Better than average, so above par. Survived Henry (just).

Edward VI – died young sadly. But managed to bring benefits to the nation by introducing potatoes to the country. In several places. Not Sir Walter. Look, he set up schools specially for the purpose. King Edward’s schools. Honestly, I don’t know, peoples’ ignorance.

Mary I – bloody Mary. Drink named after her. Catholic.  Had over 280 dissenters burnt at the steak. The French rolled their eyes up, and shrugged their shoulders at the news. ‘Les Anglais toujours overdo leur viande’.

Elizabeth I – the Virgin Queen. Did lots of good things for England. Set up lots of companies. Amongst others there were two most notable; Virgin Rail (held up her train – frequently) and Virgin Atlantic (Sir Walter Raleigh was deputy in charge, after his failed venture into bicycles). Celebrated for her virginity, apparently. Must have been rare in those days as now.

Sir Francis Drake was a hero in her time. Whilst waiting for the Spanish in their ships (manaña, manaña) he played lawn bowls in Plymouth with a hoe. And was out for a duck. Hence his surname.

James I – aka James VI and I. Which presumably means there were two of him. Vi and I. Sounds schizophrenic to me. Wikipedia has a picture of him as a boy. Looks like a girl. No wonder he was called Vi and I. Guy Forks tried to blow him up (I think Forks related to king Sweyne). Failed miserably. If the Houses of Parliament anything like today, the whole of London would have been destroyed. I mean, all the gas produced in there would have ignited, and BOOM!

Charles I – ultimately responsible for English Civil War. I suppose it was civil, as opposed to uncivil as most wars are, because social distancing was in operation back then. Explains the long pikes so they could reach the enemy. After all, if they got too close and coughed over each other, they might have died from Covid 19, or its equivalent. And they didn’t want to kill the other side as that wouldn’t be civil, would it? Ended up with him loosing his head, having lost his marbles by trying to make people Catholic, or at least more like the Catholics. Twit.

Charles II – had seven mattresses (not sure that’s quite right) which he stuffed himself. He called one Nell Gwyn because it had oranges embroidered on, and it reminded him of something he liked squeezing. Wikipedia says ‘He was the playboy monarch, naughty but nice, the hero of all who prized urbanity, tolerance, good humour, and the pursuit of pleasure above the more earnest, sober, or material virtues.’ So, a celebrity then. And about as useful as one. Another twit. Like father like son.

James II – aka James II and VII. Another schizophrenic. His mother was Henry ate a Maria (French; they eat anything, frogs’ legs, snails, you name it). No wonder he was schizoid. I mean, Maria was probably a baby and if you eat babies that’s mad. Drive you mad anyway.

James became a Catholic. Had Cromwell spinning in his grave. And a lot of others. Once enough people were spinning, or revolving, James was deposed. It was a lady who clinched it, Gloria by name. So the masses called it Gloria’s Revolution in her honour. Which led to..

William III and Mary II – he was Dutch. She wasn’t, but as they reigned together people thought she was. They would often speak at the same time. Which was confusing. Hence the populace said they were speaking double Dutch.

Anne – she suffered a lot according to Wikipedia. 12 stillborn babies. Oh hell. 5 live born children. 4 died before the age of two. Bloody hell. And the other died at the age of eleven. The poor woman. I didn’t know. I am crying……

Wikipedia says ‘She attended more cabinet meetings than any of her predecessors or successors, and presided over an age of artistic, literary, scientific, economic and political advancement that was made possible by the stability and prosperity of her reign.’ Despite everything, despite all the blood and hell, and that can still be said. You brave, brave woman. I bow my head to you. Excuse the bald patch.

George I – German. But we shouldn’t hold that against him, after all, the English originally came out of that area. Saxons from Saxony, the Angles from Denmark. Huh? Oh, I see at the angle of Denmark with Germany, right. It is said he revived the Order of the Bath (Oi, you peasants stink, go and wash! And you nobles!). Wikipedia says of him ‘Cynical and selfish, as he was, he was better than a king out of St. Germains [James, the Stuart Pretender] with the French king’s orders in his pocket, and a swarm of Jesuits in his train.So, better a German king than a king out of St. Germains. Needs must I suppose.

George II – seven years’ war started in his reign. From 1756 to 1763. Apparently arose from issues left unresolved by the 1740 to 1748 War of the Austrian Succession. Which I make 8 years. So that’s deflation for you. Pity all wars couldn’t get shorter and shorter ‘til they disappeared in a puff of smoke from the last shot fired.

Reign known for the ‘South Sea Bubble’ which caused economic disaster. Reminds me of today, putting people into bubbles to keep them safe from Covid 19. Disastrous economically. Still we got over the South Sea Bubble, so there’s hope still.

George III – dubbed ‘Farmer George’. Which means ‘Farmer, Farmer’, or ‘George, George’. Whichever you like. Look, George means ‘earth worker’, from geo meaning of the ‘earth’, like geography. And ‘rge’ meaning ‘rge’.

Well, ok, probably related to ‘urge’ as in ‘I have the urge to go and dig the garden’, or perhaps ‘rage’, as in ‘gardening is all the rage’. I don’t know, I made it up. But might be true. You can always check as I keep saying.

George IV – continued the tradition of many kings by stuffing mattresses (still not sure that’s quite right). Had Brighton Pavilion built with its Indian style ‘onions’ or domes.

Well I say ‘onions’, but they may have reminded him of the mattresses he stuffed, who knows. Or perhaps he was a gardener (secretly) and knew his ‘onions’, and was sending a hidden message to the world.

William IV – according to Wikipedia joined the Royal Navy. Sensible chap. Recorded that he was not given command of a ship when war was declared against France in 1793. Possibly because ‘…he had broken his arm by falling down some stairs drunk.’ Not sure if the stairs were drunk or he was.

Explains why he went into the Navy as, one way or the other, he would get the same experience. Lurching from one side of the ship to the other in a storm. If you get drunk in a storm perhaps this will counter act the effects of the storm. People still take refuge in that today. Don’t think it works ‘tho. Not even in lockdown.

Victoria – also the Empress of India. Which is impressive. Married the Albert Museum and had several children who became Heads of Europe. This resulted eventually in World War I, which led to World War II. Which in turn led to World War III today.

Look, I’m not going to argue with you, this is World War III, lockdown, anti-social distancing, etc, etc, etc. War of words, that’s what it is.

Anyway, lots happened in her reign. Palmerston was prime minister. He was a thinker; you find his thoughts in coastal towns. Misspelt however. They are now known as Palmerston Forts.

Victoria was very sad when the love of her life, her husband, died. Took to wearing black the rest of her days. Became fond of a servant, John Brown. Black depressing, so I suppose Brown a little less so. Had a very long reign (she did, not John). Which is depressing in itself if it rains for over 60 years.

Edward VII – original ‘Teddy Boy’. Enjoyed stuffing mattresses (you know, I’m certain I have misspelt that). Perhaps best known for his In Tent Cordial, which he invented. Most suitable drink when camping out, which he liked to do when stuffing mattresses.

George V – went into Royal Navy. Another sensible chap. ‘V’ designation most appropriate as this time had to be used against the Germans. Waving two fingers eventually worked, but we lost huge numbers of men, good craftsmen, good yeomen, good landed gentry. Hell, a bloody hell. The last veterans of the War have left us.

His cousin, Kaiser Willhelm II, can be seen in old photos wearing a funny hat, a helmet with a white eagle on top. Reminds me of Neville Longbottom’s grandmother’s hat, only she had a vulture on top. She was a bit mad, but didn’t start a war.

Wikipedia says of George ‘When he acted, he did so decisively, but within a well-prepared context and in a way which made the outcome seem natural—a great skill in a monarch….’. Sounds like a good man.

Edward VIII – very short reign. Known mainly for his abduction and marrying Wally Simpson. Was he a wally? Perhaps not. They lived happily ever after I suppose, but not in Britain. Mrs Simpson as she had been (Edward was the third husband it appears, so third time lucky – not that I believe in luck, the Most High guides everything). Suspect she had a child from a previous marriage, Homer.

But she can’t have been a gold digger as such; she was faithful to the end of Edward’s life. She wasn’t after a king, so much as a prince, a real man who won her heart.

George VI – went into the Navy. Yet another sensible chap. Usually good to go into the Navy, helps you navigate the ways of the sea and the ways of Life. Which are rather similar…..no, very similar. Had to wave two fingers at the Germans again, like his grandfather. And, sadly, this time also the Japanese. Took rather longer to finish the battle.

And it is recorded that king and parliament called 7 national days of prayer in the six years of war, three in the first 12 months. And the Most High, who is just above me, heard the cries from His children, his angels. In England, and Wales, and Scotland, and Northern Ireland. And He intervened, as He always does, when ‘We cry unto him’. I have been crying a lot recently, in this crisis, this war of words. Perhaps you have too.

Elizabeth II – still reigning. Longest reigning monarch ever. Despite the wonderful sunshine during lockdown. The Most High was beaming at us, His children. Amazing things have happened in her reign. Man on the moon (unless you believe it is false of course, some do). Internet, without which I would not be sitting on my Cloud writing to you. And lots and lots of lovely music to dance to. Or to which to dance. Whatever.

She made a promise to God at her coronation. It is recorded that, amongst other things, the archbishop asked of her Will you to the utmost of your power maintain the Laws of God and the true profession of the Gospel?’ To which, amongst other things, she replied ‘All this I promise to do’.

So, I wonder why she has never refused to sign a Bill of Parliament, of all those contradicting God’s, the Most High’s, laws? There have been a very great many. So, I would like to ask her, why? Why did you sign?


‘Hold the line’

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

19th February, 2022

A song by Toto. Not the dog in ‘The Wizard of Oz’’ however.

Nevertheless here is a singing dog, a husky which is used at the start of a song by ‘The Kiffness’. The song is called ‘X Haiku, The Husky’ I understand.

I have found some fascinating insights whilst looking at the word husky but I will not cover here. But here is a photo which I like.

The protesters across the world need to hang on and hold the line against the evil elites. Trudeau in Ottawa is a prime example. I thought I would remind you of this song which I love. I have the single on vinyl.

Here are the lyrics.

It’s not in the way that you hold me

It’s not in the way you say you care

It’s not in the way you’ve been treating my friends

It’s not in the way that you’ll stay till the end

It’s not in the way you look or the things that you say that you do

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

It’s not in the words that you told me

It’s not in the way you say you’re mine

It’s not in the way that you came back to me

It’s not in the way that your love set me free

It’s not in the way you look or the things that you say that you do

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

It’s not in the words that you told me

It’s not in the way you say you’re mine, oooh

It’s not in the way that you came back to me

It’s not in the way that your love set me free

It’s not in the way you look or the things that you say that you do

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

(Love isn’t always on time)

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

(Love isn’t always, love isn’t always on time)

Hold the line

Love isn’t always on time

Love isn’t always on time

Love isn’t always on time

Love isn’t always on time

Whoa oh oh

And here are some encouraging words to go with the song.

It is written

“The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms…”

“In the same way, the Son of Man did not come to be served. He came to serve others and to give His life as a ransom for many people.”

 “You are my friends if you do what I command you.  I do not call you servants any longer, because the servant does not know what the master is doing; but I have called you friends.”

“And behold I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

“Jesus looked at him, loved him, and said to him, ‘There is one thing you lack: Go, sell everything you own and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow Me.’”

“Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, that the Son does likewise.”

“Therefore take up the full armour of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you will be able to stand your ground, and having done everything, to stand.”

“Sanctify them by the truth; Your word is truth.”

“I am the way the truth and the life.”

“I am the good shepherd. I know My sheep and My sheep know Me,”

“At this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not realize that it was Jesus. He asked her, ‘Woman, why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?’ Thinking he was the gardener, she said, ‘Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him.’ Jesus said to her, ‘Mary.’ She turned toward him and cried out in Aramaic, ‘Rabboni!’ (which means ‘Teacher’).”

“The truth will set you free.”

“I am the way the truth and the life”

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another.”

“Perfect love casts out fear.”

 “God is Love”

So there you are. And don’t forget Love isn’t always on time.

“No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”

“Behold, I am coming soon, and My reward is with Me, to give to each one according to what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”

So until then

“Therefore take up the full armour of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you will be able to stand your ground, and having done everything, to stand.”

Except of course the heavenly Father stands with you and fights for you as does His beautiful Boy who became a Man, Christ Jesus. Perhaps they are among you now anyway and you don’t know it.

Hold the Line.

P.S. Here is a link to ‘Hold the line’ by Toto.

Here is further link leading to my truckers’ convoy posts for those who haven’t seen them.

Various Variants – Covid 19

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

2nd December, 2021

The following post contains a few words that some may find too strong for their taste. You can always forgive the cook and put them to one side. Or insert your own.

Anyway, I would like to address the issue of variants. But whom to address? The WHO that’s who. And not the ‘The Who’, the band. So here it is.

World Health Organization, 20 Avenue Appia, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland

Well, that’s addressed that. Apparently the WHO is the one responsible for labelling the variants. That’s kind of it to do so.


We have recently been informed of a new variant, Omicron. Panic everybody, we’re all going to die!!

Of laughter probably. You see, all these variants are, how do I put it politely, bollux. Which means rubbish.

Another ‘b’ word would be bullshit.

Not so strong a word a ‘b’ word would be bonkers, just plain bonkers. Mind you there are a lot of bonkers in Switzerland. This is a dialect word for bankers. The top international banks are

UBS Group AG

Credit Suisse Group AG

The headquarters are local in Zurich. Where else would they be, after all Zurich is ‘zo rich’. And why there is a lot of wealth in Switzerland of course.

Anyway, ‘What about the variants’ I hear you cry. Well, these are the main ones from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variants_of_SARS-CoV-2 and


I have taken the liberty of explaining what they are in reality, rather than what the WHO has said they are.

In general they should be seen as bombers, off-loading propaganda leaflets on the unsuspecting populace of the world. I say unsuspecting, as far too many people are bonkers, swallowing the bollox or bullshit.

Variants of concern

These are concerning to those without discernment. They are a con to those with discernment.

As to whether CERN, Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, is a con is debatable. In English it is the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or EORN.

EORN is an anagram of Nero, the emperor, who is supposed to have fiddled while Rome burned.

As opposed to the fiddling of statistics and the truth whilst the world burns. I do hope you are ‘getting’ it now.

Alpha (lineage B.1.1.7) – The B17 Flying Fortress or


It is called alpha because it was intended peak like an alp. And the WHO etc were laughing at you for believing it, as in ‘ha ha’. Thus alp ha!

This might strictly be an anagram, although all I have done is put a space in.

Beta (lineage B.1.351) – The B 35

or a different type of ‘bomber’ to bomb around in

It says under the video

With this POV Test Drive I take you behind the wheel of our 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 351 V8 Auto, fitted with a Cherry Bomb Exhaust & Upgraded 4-Speed Auto.

Clearly it uses its exhaust to ‘bomb’ you with. I doubt it is with cherries though. Noxious gases probably. These can cause severe acute respiratory syndrome, otherwise known as SARS. I hope you are ‘getting’ it now, that is ‘understanding’, not SARS of course.

It is called beta because it was intended to beat you with it.

Beat is an anagram of beta.

Gamma (lineage P.1) – The Kawasaki P-1, a Japanese maritime patrol aircraft that can bomb.


It is called gamma because it was intended like magma to overflow and destroy you with heat or fire.

Magma is an anagram of gamma.

Delta (lineage B.1.617.2) – The Lancaster bomber, which was used by No. 617 squadron, made famous for the ‘dambusters’ raid.


It is called delta because it was intended to deal you a blow with a ‘t’. Or deal t, which is dealt, the past tense of deal. T is represented by Tango in the NATO phoenetics. A tango is tan go. Tan is to beat, so ‘beat go’. They went and beat you (again).

Dealt is an anagram of delta.

Omicron (lineage B.1.1.529) – The B 52


Not to be confused with the B 52’s, a New Wave band. I love their music, at least the songs I have heard. The maddest is ‘Rock lobster’ which would go well with the current madness.

It is called omicron because it was intended to point out that you have been truly moronic if you still believe all this bonkers, bollux, bullshit after all these months.

Moronic is an anagram of Omicron.

Variants of interest

These are variants of interest because they make interest or money for the banks.

Lambda (lineage C.37) – the may be the C 37 which is not used for bombing as such but for carrying passengers for the United States Navy.


It is called lambda because it may be a bit lame. Or perhaps it is the lamb da or the lamb dad, lamb of the Father, as Jesus is the lamb of God.

Perhaps this is why it hasn’t been of interest to many people. Jesus is so often despised and rejected.

But not by everyone, so that’s good.

It is called lambda because it was intended to be bad and lam or lame people and create bedlam.

There are several interesting anagrams. These include bad mal, bad in English with bad in French.

And also Baal MD which is the false god plus MD for Medical Doctor. This explains a lot. Doctors are false gods.

Mu (lineage B.1.621) –This probably relates to the No. 62 squadron, used for bombing among other things.


It is called mu which is pronounced ‘mew’ because perhaps of the sound seagulls make. And because seagulls tend to be annoying sometimes and make a mess on your car etc.

Also because they pinch things like your ice creams. Only in this case they are trying to pinch your sanity. Or your money. Or both. I’ll stick with both.

Mu is an anagram of um. Um? Like ‘Hmm, I wonder what they are up to?’ I have just told you, you were listening weren’t you?

Former variants of interest

These are former variants of interest because they used to make interest or money for the banks (this is my assumption).

Epsilon (lineages B.1.429, B.1.427, CAL.20C)

This includes the B 42, an experimental bomber.


It might however be a helicopter, Bell 429 GlobalRanger.


But this is not a bomber, although I suppose there is no reason for it not to drop propaganda leaflets.

The CAL 20 is a machine gun, the Hispano-Suiza HS.404 20 mm-calibre automatic cannon, used among other things, on the Spitfire fighter in the UK.


It is not a bomber either. This probably all explains why these variants are of former interest.

It is called ep-silon possibly because of a relationship to Ep-stein.

But most likely to be because an anagram is ‘on spiel’. A spiel is ‘a glib plausible style of talk, associated esp with salesmen’. This includes vaccine salesmen.

This is from


Spiel is German for game. Are the Germans playing a game with us?

Yes, at least certain Germans anyway. They started WW2 in case you forgot. And WW1. But not in that order of course.

Zeta (lineage P.2) – a maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft developed for the US navy.


It is called zeta probably because ‘ze-ta’ sounds like ‘ze tar’ if you lengthen the ‘a’. They are trying to tar you so you will fall into the tar pits of despair like those who fell in to some along time ago. See Genesis 14:10 in the Bible.

When you are stuck will you get out? I will help if you ask nicely.

Zeta is an anagram of az ET. ET is the sound of the word not translated for some inexplicable reason in the first verse of the Bible. And the letters in Hebrew are aleph and tav, the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

Like A-Z are the first and last letters of the English alphabet. I will write more about this in due course.

I said ‘…inexplicable reason…’ earlier. In reality this is because some people didn’t understand the context or that you don’t remove words from God’s Word just because you don’t understand it.

Again I will explain about this untranslated word in due course.

Eta (lineage B.1.525) – another B 52 bomber variant. But they normally use letters not another number, 5 in this case. This would explain why it is no longer of interest.

It is called eta because this might stand for Estimated Time of Arrival or ETA. Perhaps the WHO anticipated this would happen. As it has made it all up, it can anticipate anything it wants to.

It sounds like ‘e tar. So more tar to get stuck in then. Who is the one who tars? The tarry one of course, the black one. This is Satan who likes to tar everyone with his black brush. And ultimately behind all the nonsense.

He was once a star, a shining one. But now he is a $-tar, a $erpent tar, a dark star who fell to earth. He is an idiot.

Theta (lineage P.3) – a land-based maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare aircraft. https://www.naval-technology.com/projects/p3-orion/

It is called theta because it is ‘the ta’, sounding like ‘The tar’. So yet more tar. Believe it and you may have a ‘sticky end’. Which means ‘an unpleasant finish or death’. Which can be caused by blood clots which may occur if you have certain vaccines, such as those made by Pfizer or Moderna.

You’d be a clot to have those vaccines then. Or any others but I have told you that already elsewhere.

‘Eh tat’ is an anagram of theta. Tat means ‘cheap’ or shoddy. Like the variant.

Tat can be short for ‘tattoo’, which is to beat. You are being beaten again. Some people are masochistic and like being beaten.

Sensible people don’t.

Iota (lineage B.1.526) – another B 52 bomber variant. See eta earlier.

It is called iota because of the oi ta, an anagram. ‘Oi, watch out for the tar! People don’t always listen and tread on it and get stuck (again).

Iota is very small. A very small amount of tar then.

Kappa (lineage B.1.617.1) – see delta.

It is called kappa because if the kappa fits, wear it. If this variant was of interest to you then you must have had a fit. If you have vaccines they can cause fits.

So don’t have vaccines then. They are pointless whether you have fits or not.

An anagram is ‘aka pp’. Or ‘also known as pee pee’. They are taking the pee pee with you. This is usually known as taking the piss.

Another anagram is ‘K papa’. K as in head, and papa as in father. The head father of the Roman Catholic Church is deemed to be the pope, the name deriving from papa of course.

He is called the Holy Father by some. What the heavenly father calls him is unprintable.

Jesus says ‘And do not call anyone on earth your father, for you have one Father, who is in heaven.’

He does not mean you should not call your earthly father, father, just that you were not to put any man on a pedestal. Such as the pope.

It should be noted that kappo is linked to kapo.


German historian Karin Orth wrote that there was hardly a measure so perfidious as the SS attempt to delegate the implementation of terror and violence to the victims themselves.

Rather like turning the vaccinated against the unvaccinated and vice versa. That’s the Nasty’s for you. And the SS. Like SerpentS.Or $$, the dollar sign. Which is sad, like dolorous, or being in the doldrums, a sad place.

Notable missense mutations

These are numerous and not worth my time at the moment, if ever. The title heading should however say ‘notable nonsense mutations’. In other words the same meaning as bollux etc. etc.

They are all nonsense of course.  


Well, those are the variants of SARS-CoV-2. There was SARS-CoV-1 before in 2004.


This was a dry run for Covid 19, a psychological preparation if you will.

So CoV-1 and CoV-2. Like V1 and V 2.

They went round the world like a rocket. Hardly surprising as V1 and V2 were types of German rockets in WW2.

The V1 was more effect in material and lives terms than the V2. But in terms of psychological effect, the V2 was more effective. You didn’t know when one would come as you couldn’t hear them until BANG! It was too late then of course.

So rather like today, we just don’t know when the next rocket will come. Still, as it is all bollux it is best just to get on with your lives as best you can.

Mind you, it may well be that the ‘rocket’ or variant is used to hide something crucial. Like a vote to extend abortion ‘rights’ or legalise euthanasia.

Or steal more money from the gullible.

It is written ‘Be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.’


There you have it, the variants in a nut shell, albeit a large nut shell, like a coconut. It is all completely nuts, bonkers, bollux etc.etc.

It is all propaganda to scare those lacking wisdom, the children who are afraid, even if they are grown up children who should know better.

But if you have a proper ‘gander’, or proper look at them, you will see they are all bullshit.

Another word could be lies. Due to manipulation of statistics. After all there are lies, damn lies and statistics. 

And liars too, like the WHO, and many politicians, bankers, doctors etc. etc.

To counter these lies, these waves of lies, and the liars, you need a rock to stand on. I recommend the Lord God, even Jesus Christ the Son of God, who gives a solid foundation of truth. He tells the truth (unlike the WHO!), He is the truth.

And the truth will set you free.

P.S I am hoping to complete a post on the attack on Pearl Harbour which occurred on the 7th December 1941, so 80 years ago. I am anticipating that this will indicate a significant event in the USA. What could that be?

Joe Biden has a brain wave? Don’t make me laugh, you need a brain for that.

It is found that fraud did take place in the presidential elections? That’s more likely.

If you haven’t seen it yet, try this link of mine which explains what is going on.


There is always the World Menu on the top bar if you want to look around.

P.P.S. Added today 11th May 2022 humorous take on the variants and forecast variants.

100 up and Stupid 20 variants

Lest we forget – Armistice day 11th November 2021

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

11th November 2021

Another day arrives when we remember the fallen from two world wars, those who died in service of their country. That is, those who served in the armed forces.

Of course, we do also remember others who died, those who died in bombing raids for example. Civilians whose lives were lost, perhaps not in service as such but nevertheless who by and large would have been serving their country in large or small ways.

Whilst I have not checked what’s happening this year, last year it was rather different in the UK. Only small ‘crowds’ gathered, were anti-socially distanced (it can’t be called social), and often wore masks.


I say this, because nobody seemed to double-check the gov.uk website where such things were guidance and advice, not mandatory.

In any event, Covid 19 is the seasonal ‘flu made out to be a monster to scare the living daylights out of the already fearful, conditioned to accept stupidity.

What the soldiers of WW1 let alone WW2 would have made of it I don’t know. There are those left alive from the second war, but I can’t find any comments at the moment.

This is the current guidance and advice.


I have noted that:

‘Photography is permitted, but the Metropolitan Police have powers to remove obstacles (such as camera tripods)’

But not Cressida Dick sadly. Removal of such Dicks is painful which is why a substantially male police service (not ‘force’ if you please) find it difficult to face up to.

Anyway, I suppose people will still be somewhat stupid this year and follow the government guidance and advice when it would be pointless to do so. As regards wearing masks, I suggest wearing them on your arms rather than your faces.

Black ones of course. This will show you are in mourning for the loss of loved ones.

These will be the loved ones who died as a result of government manipulation in so-called lockdowns and the foolishness of the populace in failing to love one another because of the ‘flu.

And kowtowing to vaccine mandates or social pressure and having poisonous shots which are injuring many and killing some. Which of course vaccines have always done, but people forget or ignore.

The day itself is marked by 2 minutes silence at 11am. In more recent years we have often had one minute silences to remember a few people. However worthy the sentiment, it is just virtue signalling.

I found this link. There are differing opinions.

However, I think this sums it up nicely.


‘We only have these minute silences for “bad” things that the media and people tell us that we should have a minute silence, but if we truly had a minute silence for all the terrible things that are happening around the world, all the death and destruction what is going on, we as a planet would be silent for god knows how long.’

It reminds me of the passage in Revelation where there is silence in heaven for about half an hour.

I strongly suspect this is the length of time reflecting the huge numbers who have died as a result of Satan’s machinations over the years, all those of God’ children he has murdered through wars, pestilence etc.

Perhaps someone could do a calculation based on 2 minutes for the dead of the first two world wars contrasted with the possible deaths since the world was created.

On a lighter note, one November I noticed a box in a café where my wife and I had stopped for lunch on Anglesey. It said ‘Please help the poppy appeal’.

My in-laws on the island live next door to a couple with a cat called Poppy, so I said ‘I didn’t know they were collecting for next doors cat’!

Of course, poppies are the reminder of the fields on the Western Front during WW1, immortalised it seems by Canadian doctor John McCrae who wrote his poem ‘In Flanders Fields’. The following gives more details.


The memorial services that take place today and on what is called in the UK Remembrance Sunday usually include the following penned by Laurence Binyon

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.”

This link includes other quotes probably less well known.


Written by Wilfred Owen

My friend, you would not tell with such high zest To children ardent for some desperate glory, The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est Pro patria mori.

The Latin text means ‘It is sweet and honourable to die for your country’. Is it a lie as Wilfred says? It depends, I suppose, on whether you think it was worth it. Horatio Nelson on board HMS Victory certainly thought so judging by his final words. But in a muddy trench in Flanders Fields, blown to bits with no trace of your body for anyone to find?

People thought it would be a ‘War to end all wars’. It wasn’t, we had another 20 years later. Even that one didn’t finish the job. That is because as I keep saying we are now in WW3, only this time a battle of words.

But people are still dying, many millions dying unnecessarily.

It is often said that the huge losses in WW1 were a consequence of incompetence of the generals in charge. There is a phrase ‘Lions led by donkeys’. This phrase is explained in this link.


It seems to me that this phrase can now apply in the USA. The nation is being led by donkeys, a.k.a .democrats!! After all, the jackass or donkey in the democrats’ symbol, so this seems very reasonable.

And lots of people are dying unnecessarily in the charge to deal with Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu.

On a positive note however, this was written by Dylan Thomas. I didn’t know he wrote this.

They shall have stars at elbow and foot; Though they go mad they shall be sane, Though they sink through the sea they shall rise again; Though lovers be lost love shall not; And death shall have no dominion.

The hymn ‘I vow to thee my country ’is usually sung at the memorial services and sung to music from taken from the “Jupiter” movement of Holst’s 1917 suite The Planets. Here’s the text.

I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above,

Entire and whole and perfect, the service of my love;

The love that asks no question, the love that stands the test,

That lays upon the altar the dearest and the best;

The love that never falters, the love that pays the price,

The love that makes undaunted the final sacrifice.

And there’s another country, I’ve heard of long ago,

Most dear to them that love her, most great to them that know;

We may not count her armies, we may not see her King;

Her fortress is a faithful heart, her pride is suffering;

And soul by soul and silently her shining bounds increase,

And her ways are ways of gentleness, and all her paths are peace.

The first verse says ‘The love that asks no question’.  I do not agree with that; it is always good to ask questions. Why are we doing something as stupid as having a war where people die in their millions is a good question.

Why do we follow government diktats when they are obviously stupid is another. Like locking down or having a pointless vaccine which may well harm or kill us.

Still, the second verse of the hymn is better. The verse refers to a king. The king of course is Jesus Christ. He would answer questions, just as the heavenly Father answers questions if you ask Him. Like Father like Son.

The last line might imply that there is not a big fight to undergo. It is just it is a battle of words with a sword of truth tempered with love. Just read the gospels and you will see Jesus at work with His ‘sword’.

He does not mince His words, but they were said out of love even if some things he said were perplexing. He came down hard on the hypocrites of course, but even that is love as it was the truth.

In this war of words, World War Three as I call it, many are fighting for another country, God’s country or kingdom where peace reigns and the Lord God, the Most High is king.

And, as Dylan Thomas says, death shall have no dominion.

But for now many are still falling in battle, many are wounded or lamed in the fight. So let us remember the fallen today and remember Jesus too.

P.S. Lest we forget, there is to be a resurrection of the dead, all of them, so it is not all doom and gloom. And as far as I am concerned this had better be the Last Battle or else!

If you are interested and haven’t read before, here are some links

Cressida Dick

M is for…..Masks

V is for…..Vaccination

G is for…..Guidance