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26-09-2014 10:16
Doomwatch is the best show around

31-05-2014 09:13
Missed you this week.. Happy Birthday Alex for Sunday. you misunderstood my text last week as I meanth a local broadcast audience. ie Local Bar or suchlike

04-11-2013 00:50
Fantastic first show Alex and great to hear Patrick Henningsen again

03-04-2013 21:37
Good guest this week. When is someone going to knock on the Royals' door???

20-03-2013 21:40
pass the parcel lol

Doomwatch 15 - Abbie Dent and Martyn Hicks - Haunted Devon Radio

Doomwatch 15 - Abbie Dent and Martyn Hicks - Haunted Devon Radio

Friday 21 February 2014, 6.00pm-8.00pm GMT on Peterborough FM

You are invited to join host alex:g and Text Jockey Lexy Manning for this 15th edition, as they talk with ABBIE DENT and MARTYN HICKS of Lifting The Veil on Soundart Radio about a whole host of subjects, in particular chemtrails and their effects on health. They will also be covering some of the relevant news stories of the week.


You are now not only able to listen in to DOOMWATCH, but you can also see the show, in-vision, via www.ukcolumn.org/doomwatch



Butter and cheese better than trans-fat margarines, says heart specialist

The Guardian: Aseem Malhotra says saturated fat is not a problem, low-fat products are often full of sugar, and statins are over-prescribed. Trans-fats found in many fast foods, bakery goods and margarine are indeed a problem, Malhotra writes in the British Medical Journal. But saturated fats in milk, cheese and meat are another matter. The insistence that saturated fat must be removed from our diet has paradoxically, he says, increased the risk of cardiovascular disease. "Recent prospective cohort studies have not supported significant association between saturated fat intake and cardiovascular risk," he argues. "Instead, saturated fat has been found to be protective."

He adds that it may depend on what sort of foods the saturated fat comes from. Dairy products contain vitamin D, a lack of which has been linked to increased heart disease, and calcium and phosphorus, which may have blood pressure lowering effects. Eating processed meat has been linked to higher rates of heart disease and diabetes, but not red meat. Malhotra says people have wrongly embraced low-fat products thinking they are better for their health or will help them lose weight, when many are full of sugar. "Last week I saw one patient in her 40s who had had a heart attack," he told the Guardian. "She said she had gained about 20kg in the last six months. She had been drinking five low-fat drinks a day." He calculated that each 450ml flavoured milk drink contained about 15 teaspoons of sugar, which meant she had consumed 75 teaspoons of sugar each day.

He tells his patients that butter and cheese – though not processed cheese – are better for them than low-fat spreads and that the odd steak will not hurt. Rather than take statins, he said, people with cardiovascular risks should eat a Mediterranean diet, rich in olive oil, fruit, vegetables, fish and nuts. He pointed to a recent study that showed that adopting a Mediterranean diet after a heart attack is three times more effective in preventing further illness than statins.


Earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale which hit North Devon was 'significant by UK standards'

That’s according to the British Geological Survey. Assistant seismologist Julian Bukits confirmed the earthquake which struck at around 1.21pm yesterday was the biggest since 2008. It occurred in the Bristol Channel around halfway between the North Devon coast and South Wales. The society said the earthquake measured 4.1 on the Richter scale.



Just before floods, secret report told councils: Winter will be 'drier than normal' - especially in West Country!

Worst Met Office weather prediction since Michael Fish reassured the nation in October 1987 there was no hurricane on the way. Forecasters said the Somerset Levels and the rest of the West Country would be especially dry. Last night, it was confirmed the UK had instead suffered the wettest winter since records began.



Victory for privacy as NHS database is delayed

Controversial plans to trawl patient records from every GP surgery in England have been put on hold, amid concerns from doctors and ministers that the public have not been properly informed about how their private data will be used. The care.data programme, which was scheduled to begin collecting the confidential information from GPs in April, will now be delayed until the autumn, NHS England has announced. The pause will allow the NHS more time to inform people about “the benefits of using the information, what safeguards are in place, and how people can opt out if they choose to,” officials said.

The Department of Health has grown increasingly concerned in recent weeks that NHS England has not sufficiently reassured the public – nor the medical profession – about how the care.data programme would benefit patients. Critics have also warned that the private data, which will be held centrally in a “pseudonymised” form, could be vulnerable to hackers who would be able to identify individual patients.

The data, with identifiable features removed, will also be routinely available to third parties, including private healthcare companies and privacy campaigners have warned that patients will have no way of knowing who is handling their data.

Family doctors have also been hostile to the data sweep, warning that it would threaten the doctor-patient relationship if the public had concerns about the confidentiality of information shared with their GP. Some doctors threatened to opt-out all their patients.

Although leading groups, including the British Medical Association and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) initially backed the scheme, both have broken ranks within the past week saying that while they back the principle, NHS England needed to do more to guarantee “the support and the consent of the public”.

Concerns persisted despite a publicity campaign in which information leaflets were delivered to 26 million households in England in January. Polls suggested that fewer than one in three adults recall receiving the leaflets, which were derided as “junk mail” by critics. Despite containing important information, the leaflets were not addressed to individuals and did not contain an opt-out form.

On Tuesday, the campaign group 38 Degrees met with NHS England officials following a poll which found that 120,000 of their members backed a campaign for a mass opt-out of the scheme.

Download the form here: http://www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk/optout/optout.pdf








40 deaths linked to child vaccines over seven years

Childhood vaccinations are also suspected of having left two young children with brain injuries and caused more than 1,500 other neurological reactions, including 11 cases of inflammation of the brain, 13 cases of epilepsy and a coma. The data, disclosed by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) following a request by The Sunday Times under the Freedom of Information Act, shows that, since 2003, there have been more than 2,100 serious adverse reactions to childhood vaccines, some of which were life-threatening. Fifteen injections are given routinely to young children as part of the government’s vaccination programme. They offer protection against diseases such as polio, diphtheria, mumps and measles.



Vaccinating Without Parental Knowledge Soon To Become The Norm Across The World

Health officials in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and around the world are officially crossing into dangerous territory with parents when it comes to vaccinations. Not only are public health entities habitually and deliberately failing to inform the public of their right to refuse vaccines in both school and work settings, but they are working towards mandatory vaccination protocols which will allow officials to conduct childhood vaccinations without any parental consent at all.

In the UK, nurses regularly disregard the wishes of parents relating to the health and welfare of their children. U.K department of health does not deny that parental consent is desirable but not essential. Family rights campaigners called for a change in the law one year ago after it was revealed that girls as young as 12 can be given the cervical cancer vaccine without their parents' consent. Doctors and nurses have been told they are under no legal obligation to seek the permission of the parent or guardian.

Norman Wells, director of Family and Youth Concern, said: ‘Giving the vaccination to girls without the consent of their parents is unethical and a recipe for disaster. "It is sending out the message that girls under 16 have a right to a private sex life and is treating parents with contempt."UK Doctors have reported that girls aged just 12 and 13 have suffered paralysis, convulsions and sight problems after being given the HPV vaccine. Family doctors in the UK have even been accused of administering the MMR jab by stealth to children coming into their surgeries to receive other vaccinations. At least 50 horrified parents have complained that their GPs have 'mistakenly' given their children the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, it has emerged.

The right to "informed consent" when considering any medical procedure or drug, is a fundamental human right and a key medical ethic that governs medical law in almost every country in the world. This ethic has grown from the Nuremberg trials after World War II. It forbids human experimentation and the use of force or intimidation in medical procedures.




Euro is the plan, hence taking away the option of the Pound... A United State of Europe. People are saying they can sort out the final detail once they’ve won the referendum. And you think they haven’t already got everything planned out already?

Euro problems have prevented an easy Yes vote, claims historian

The Herald Scotland: Alex Salmond would have "walked" the independence debate had the Euro been a runaway success, a leading historian has said.  Princeton academic Professor Linda Colley is the presenter of a major BBC Radio 4 series on the historic forces that have united and divided the UK.  Scotland's continued relationship with the EU has emerged as a major issue in the independence debate. Both sides accuse each other of leading Scots down a path that could see them, if only temporarily, outside the EU.

A more explicitly federal structure within the UK "is probably the way to go", she added. This could see Westminster become a 'supranational' body that looks after issues such as climate control, foreign policy, migration and coastal erosion. "Whether there would ever be appetite for such a change I don't know. I think it should not be entirely ruled out as a possibility," she said

SNP MSP Clare Adamson said: "We welcome Professor Colley's engagement with the referendum, and are extremely confident of achieving a Yes vote in September.

"One significant issue is that Westminster is operating to a right-wing UKIP agenda that is threatening to drag Scotland out of the EU and single European market against our will, which only a Yes vote can protect ­Scotland from.”



Swinney: Scotland will not join ERM or euro currency

Comments by the European Commission president about an independent Scotland are "pretty preposterous", according to Scotland's finance minister. Earlier, Jose Manuel Barroso told the BBC's Andrew Marr it would be "extremely difficult, if not impossible" for an independent Scotland to join the European Union. Mr Barroso cited the example of Spain opposing the recognition of Kosovo. However, John Swinney has dismissed the comparison. He told Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics that "absolutely no member state of the European Union has indicated they would veto Scottish membership."



Support for Scottish independence rises after London warns on pound

Reuters - Support for Scottish independence has risen after Britain's three main political parties warned the Scots they would not be able to keep the pound if they left the United Kingdom, the first opinion poll following those comments showed. The message sparked an angry response from Scottish leader Alex Salmond who said Scotland had every right to continue to use the pound and that "bullying" from London would create a backlash. A Survation poll in the Scottish Daily Mail on Thursday seemed to bear that prediction out.

It showed the gap between those who would vote for or against independence in a referendum scheduled for September 18 had narrowed to 9 percentage points from 20 points. The poll of 1,005 people found 38 percent support for Scotland ending its 307-year union with England, up from 32 percent in January, while 47 percent would vote to stay in the UK, down from 52 percent, and 16 percent were undecided. "It is clear that there has been a severe backlash to (British Chancellor) George Osborne's bluster and threats on the pound," Scottish National Party (SNP) deputy Nicola Sturgeon said in a statement.

"... Far more people (are) more likely to vote Yes (to independence) on the back of the Westminster establishment's attempted bullying rather than No."




Chemtrail controversy won’t go away

Cyprus Mail: After pressure from chemtrail activists in Cyprus samples were eventually taken from the air at high altitudes by the government and the skies subsequently given the all clear. But their Green Party is questioning these results, according to member and Peyia councillor Linda Leblanc.

“We received analysis results from the ministry of agriculture but we are dissatisfied. We had no input or control over what was tested and when or how it was tested. In addition, we are talking about nanotechnology, so equipment used for testing needs to be specialised and able to detect tiny amounts of a substance,” she said, noting the reply sent to her by the forestry department, which was responsible for the tests, was “very vague”.

“When we saw chemtrails, we were supposed to contact the forestry department and we did so; but they made excuses. They couldn’t test on certain days and so on, so we don’t know how or when they eventually did it.” Leblanc said she was informed that the results were clear with ‘no sign of anything unusual’ but says what substances the department tested for remains unclear, as the information hasn’t been made available.

The term chemtrail is derived from “chemical trail” just as contrail is an abbreviation for the condensation trail left by commercial aircraft. Chemtrail spraying does not refer to usual forms of aerial spraying such as crop dusting, cloud seeding or aerial firefighting. The trail is also criss-cross rather than straight as in cases of flight paths.

Chemtrails refer to aerial trails allegedly caused by the systematic high-altitude release of chemical substances not found in ordinary contrails, resulting in the appearance of supposedly uncharacteristic sky tracks.

Supporters of the theory speculate that the purpose of the chemical release may be for global dimming, population control, weather manipulation, communication or biological warfare or chemical warfare and claim that these trails are causing a raft of health problem Detractors though – including the British bases, which have been accused of being the culprits in the past – say the trails are merely condensation trails or contrails which form when exhaust gases from passing passenger jet engines combine with very cold, humid air at high altitude.

Leblanc said she first examined the subject ten years ago as she is concerned about the environment and pollution, health implications and quality of life. Initially, she was sceptical but says as she educated herself and examined evidence from international researchers, she became convinced that something untoward was occurring in the skies. “The contrails of an airplane usually dissipate but these are persistent chemtrails loaded with metallic oxides as they are seeding the sky at about 8,000-10,000 feet. These particulates are to deflect the suns radiation,” she said.

According to Leblanc, the Green Party is looking at the possibility of an independent analysis of the air, soil and water in Cyprus, which when conducted in other countries have shown high levels of aluminium, she says.


James Lee, Waking Times: “Across the (American) nation many are reporting snow that looks and feels different. It has tightly compacted crystals and, due to its nucleated chemicals, catches on fire and doesn’t melt. On North facing slopes where I live in Northern California near the ocean coast we have frost that doesn’t melt, even though temperatures reach 60+ degrees in the daytime.”

Dane Wiggington, GeoengineeringWatch:  “Perhaps chemtrails is the most ignored government conspiracy crime of all time because it represents government and private corporations playing god with no rules and restrictions. Perhaps this is truly part of the mother of all conspiracies which I believe is control of the planet. Perhaps because it’s all tied and intertwined with the universal global warming lie and the subsequent climate change religion that the globalists need to continue pushing to usher in their all-important global carbon tax and global control grid to control all human activity in the name of the environment. Perhaps it’s time to connect the dots between “sustainable” cities, Agenda 21, depopulation, and the new world order end game of mass global control of humanity. Now that the government geoengineers are admitting that chemtrails spraying is real but that it is intended as a solution for global warming (which we knew all along was a lie), now we see the globalist connecting the dots for us. They seem poised to bring chemtrails into the spotlight when the time is right.” 



A Recommended National Program In Weather Modification: A Report to the Interdepartmental Committee for Atmospheric Sciences by Homer E Newell (1966) - http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/documents/19680002906_1968002906.pdf


Did White House Pressure Studio to Cut ‘Satan Scene’ Because the Devil Looked Like Obama?

Brand new Hollywood Bible film ‘Son of God’ will open in cinemas on February 28, with no devil apparently because he looks like Barrack Obama. The 21st Century Fox film is a revamped version of ‘The Bible’. The movie is based on a successful History Channel miniseries. The 10-hour drama was an unexpected success for the History Channel with ratings as high as 13.1 million viewers beating out top  programming such as American Idol’s 12.8 million viewers. The issue stems from the initial episode introducing Satan in the series. The internet immediately was viral noting similarities between Barrack Obama, and actor Mohamen Mehdi Ouazanni, who plays Satan in the History Channel series.

The producers expressed to The Hollywood Reporter Monday: “It gives me great pleasure to tell you that the devil is on the cutting-room floor. This is now a movie about Jesus, the son of God, and the devil gets no more screen time. Someone made a comment that the actor who played the devil vaguely resembled our president, and suddenly the media went nuts.”



The lights will go out if politicians don't stop bashing us, British Gas boss warns as profits fall 6% to £571million - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2563626/British-Gas-profits-fall-6-customers-switch-rivals-571million.html

Backlash starts to affect Big Six energy providers as British Gas admits losing almost half a million customers in the past year - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/backlash-starts-to-affect-big-six-energy-providers-as-british-gas-admits-losing-almost-half-a-million-customers-in-the-past-year-9142371.html

Government accused of suppressing the damning report that suggests its flagship welfare reforms are forcing ever more people to resort to food banks - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/government-accused-of-suppressing-the-damning-report-that-suggests-its-flagship-welfare-reforms-are-forcing-ever-more-people-to-resort-to-food-banks-9142310.html

Benefits claimants face charges to challenge decisions over payments - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/conservative/10653076/Benefits-claimants-face-charges-to-challenge-decisions-over-payments.html


The Alternative View 5 - Humanity Versus Insanity. Friday 16th May to Sunday 18th May 2014. Staverton Park Hotel, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6JT. Confirmed Guests Brian Gerrish, Patrick Henningsen, alex:g and Ian R Crane - www.alternativeview.co.uk


Advance notice of future shows – Tuesday 25 February, 2pm to 3pm – live - comedian and activist Mark Thomas. Friday 28 February – Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson of the UK Column, as they have no lunchtime shows next week we’ve nabbed them for the end of the week. 7 March – Patrick Henningsen’s Monthly Update. 14 March – No live show.

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