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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 42 - Dr Peter H Kay and Malcolm Massey

Doomwatch 42 - Dr Peter H Kay and Malcolm Massey

Friday 26th September 2014, 6.00pm-8.00pm UK on Peterborough FM

You are invited to join host alex:g and Text Jockey Lexy Manning for the 42nd variant of the radio show DOOMWATCH The usual mix of news stories, comment and audience interaction, with special guest in hour one Dr Peter H Kay, who will be discussing the Ebola epidemic, infectious diseases, cancer research, and his forthcoming presentation on the Sunday of the "Your Constitution - Your Health" conferences, over the weekend of 1st and 2nd November 2014 at the Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel.

In the second hour, Malcolm Massey of the UK Column will talk about constitutional matters, especially in relation to the DVLA, as well as his documentary ""Slaughtered on Suspicion - The 2001 Foot and Mouth Scandal", which will receive its premiere at "Your Constitution - The Day The UK Stood Still" - the Saturday part of the same conference, brought together by the British Constitution Group.

Watch in sound and vision LIVE by visiting www.ukcolumn.org/live

To find out more about the conference visit www.doomwatch.biz



Here is an article recently presented at an international conference in Paris. Worth checking its emphasis on infectious diseases. Dr Kay has a strong background in cancer research, as well as molecular pathology/immunity etc, and is happy to discuss any matters included in this article regarding drugs and genetics.


The development of new sequence specific homeopathic DNA remedies for health promotion and disease protection.

It is well established that homeopathic remedies have the capacity to interact with the genetic blueprint and increase the expression of many genes. This is an important observation since, in recent years, scientists have discovered that the human genome, or genetic blueprint, contains many genes that promote health and protect against disease as well as many genes that contribute towards the development and progression of many diseases. To advance the practice of homeopathy, the homeopaths Drs. Jenaer and Marichal discovered that potentised nucleic acid molecules such as DNA could be used to target and support the activity of health promoting genes in a clinical setting. These new findings led to the development of an advanced form of homeopathy called Micro-Immunotherapy. Based on the proven principles of Micro-Immunotherapy, a series of new sequence specific homeopathic DNA (SSHD) remedies has now been developed. These new SSHD remedies take into account recently discovered health related scientific findings as well as new properties of DNA that have emerged in recent years.

Note: Such ailments that have been treated with these techniques include asthma and depression.


Cancer Diagnostic Tests and Treatments: Advantages and Limitations to Existing Conventional Treatments; Introduction to Alternative Approaches

Cancer is a word used to describe a wide range of disorders that result from the growth and spread of abnormal cells throughout many different parts of the body. Cancer was originally used to describe the ‘spreading of blood vessels’ around an abnormal tissue mass that resembled the limbs of a crab.

Neoplasia (meaning “new growth”) is a term that is used to define the development of a cell that has altered in such a way that its growth exceeds, and is not coordinated with, that of the normal tissues that it is surrounded by. Unchecked growth or multiplication of a neoplastic cell forms a mass of cells called a neoplasm. When a neoplasm reaches a clearly recognisable mass, it is usually referred to as a tumour. A cancer is in fact a malignant neoplasm or tumour. For simplicity, even though incorrect, cells at all stages of cancer are generally referred to as cancer cells.

Even though there are many different types of cancer, many of them have a common underlying cause, damage to DNA. Such DNA damage is often referred to as a cancer causing genetic mutation.

DNA damage may be caused by many factors such as inflammation, radiation, toxins, exposure to carcinogens, spontaneous deamination of methylated cytosine residues and more.

There are many treatments now available for different types of cancer. The advantages and disadvantages of some of them are now discussed. This section is included to enable both patient and practitioner to become more aware of some of the problematic features associated with different treatment options.

Other than surgery, it is considered by many that there are only two options, chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy with regard to cancer treatment. However, there are many other options that deserve consideration.

Some cancers simply disappear or regress without any treatment. This is a well-known phenomenon.  The problem is that the mechanism/s that underpin spontaneous remissions are not clearly understood. However, an immunological mechanism has been recognized as a strong candidate because many spontaneous remissions have been associated with the previous onset of fever, perhaps reflecting some type of viral or pyogenic bacterial infection.

In situations in which the patient’s immune system is compromised, it is also possible to resolve some cancers by reconstitution of the patient’s failing immune system with someone else’s bone marrow stem cells. Basically, bone marrow transplants are another approach to resolving many cancers such as leukaemia. It is important to stress once again, that immunologically based therapeutic approaches cannot be considered once a patient has started chemotherapy or radiotherapy as these treatments suppress immune responsiveness.

In some cases, a ‘do nothing’ approach may be the best option; however, it is often difficult for a patient to accept this approach.  The importance of reference to laboratory and other diagnostic information with regard to treatment selection cannot be over-emphasized. For example, the use of reovirus infection would only be suitable for patients who had neoplasms in which the Ras gene was over-active. From a diagnostic standpoint, it is important to realize that cellular monoclonality of an unusual tissue mass must be confirmed before cancer can be unambiguously diagnosed.



Ebola death camps unveiled in Liberia; disease victims to be rounded up and removed from their own homes by force

(NaturalNews) According to the Washington Post, the World Health Organization has announced a program which would round up Ebola victims across Liberia and herd them into "Ebola death camps" in order to isolate them from their families.

Although they aren't called "Ebola death camps" -- the sweet-sounding public name for the facilities is "community care centres" -- their purpose is "to move infected people out of their homes and into ad hoc centres that will provide rudimentary care," says the Post.

It is obvious from the context of these reports that Ebola victims' relocation to these centres will not be voluntary. In other words, people who refuse to go will simply be arrested and made to go.



Brain repair 'may be boosted by curry spice'

A spice commonly found in curries may boost the brain's ability to heal itself, according to a report in the journal Stem Cell Research and Therapy. The German study suggests a compound found in turmeric could encourage the growth of nerve cells thought to be part of the brain's repair kit. Scientists say this work, based in rats, may pave the way for future drugs for strokes and Alzheimer's disease.



Millions of Children Infected with 'Vaccine Safety Experts' Rotateq Vaccine: Dr Paul Offit

Dr Paul Offit is a paediatrician who co-invented a rotavirus vaccine (trade name Rotateq), who once stated in interview that a child can be administered 100,000 vaccines safely at once (later revised to 10,000). A professor of Paediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania, he is the darling of the mainstream media and a widely cited self-appointed 'vaccine safety expert,' despite the glaring conflict of interest implied by such a designation.

Unfortunately for Dr Offit (not so affectionately named Dr Profit), a 2010 study published in Journal of Virology revealed that his multi-million dollar grossing patent on the Rotateq vaccine contains a live simian retrovirus (with a 96% match of certainty) that has likely infected millions of children over the past few years with a virus that causes great harm.  Retrovirus infections are permanent, and can carry on indefinitely into future generations. In other words, once they are inserted into the human genome they cannot be removed.



People with mild high blood pressure prescribed drugs they don’t need

Around half of people with high blood pressure (hypertension) are being given drugs they don’t need, and which won’t reduce the risk of heart disease or even death. Their hypertension is mild, and it doesn’t need to be managed by antihypertensive drugs, say experts.  It’s never been proven the drugs reduce the risk of heart disease or death, and yet they cost health services around the world enormous sums.  In the USA, prescribing the drugs for mild cases costs around $32bn a year, which represents a third of the nation’s total expenditure on public health.

The drugs also increase the risk of adverse events, such as falls, and stop people from adopting healthier lifestyles, such as better diet, exercise and weight loss, all of which can help reduce blood pressure. Around 40 per cent of adults have hypertension, and half of these have a mild form of the condition, which doesn’t need drug therapy.

The researchers believe anti-hypertensives for mild hypertension is another example of ‘over-medicalisation’, and they urge doctors to be more honest with patients, and explain the limitation of the drugs. (Source: British Medical Journal, 2014; 349: g5432)



Plastic bottles leach chemicals into mineral water

People who swig mineral water from a plastic bottle that’s been left out in the sun could be drinking more than they bargained for.  Dangerous chemicals from the plastic can leach into the water, especially if the bottle is warm.

Plastic bottles are made from a material that releases Antimony and Bisphenol A (BPA), two toxic chemicals, when they are heated up.  Leaving bottled water in a hot garage or in the car all day in the summer could send levels of antimony—a recognised carcinogen—and BPA to high levels which could be especially damaging to the health of children, says the US’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Not surprisingly, the levels rise the longer the bottles are exposed to heat, and University of Florida researchers noted they were increasing after four weeks. (Source: Environmental Pollution, 2014; 192: 113)



Car registration – is it a transfer of ownership?

Malcolm Massey: This topic needs a lot more research as I am not convinced that registration is a transfer of ownership. I successfully de-registered my vehicle a number of years ago. It took a great many letters back and forth asking questions and so on. From this I realised that the DVLA is not interested in ownership - they don't need it to claim jurisdiction, they simply need someone's consent, via the V5 document. The DVLA, so I was told, provides a service which is basically a protection racket. I was told that their responsibility was to protect road users, in other words: tracking vehicles against theft; creating policies to protect drivers, i.e., enforcing speed limits, etc. And in return for that, people pay a tax. Of course I wasn't told that directly, I had to read between the lines.

Interestingly, when I was eventually arrested, I asked the custody sergeant to ensure that the lack of tax disc on my car to be on the crime report, to which he replied that that was a civil matter and that the DVLA would be chasing me up for the tax themselves. To date, years later, they have not chased me up. This was the same with the Inland Revenue for a friend of mine. But that's a different story, but also involved the simple task of de-registering. If the state really owned me or my friend, I would suspect that they would have followed up.

My point is this: I do not believe that registration changes ownership, but that it simply gives the governing body jurisdiction over our private lives - we are literally signing our rights away when we sign those documents. So, the reason why the Police can take people's vehicles on the roadside is not because the CROWN owns it, it’s because the person has signed an 'Agreement' to say that they 'submit' to the rules and regulations of the state / CROWN. It's a Contract between two parties, which is an agreement.

I suspect that we are 'forced' to get one because our parents have registered us with the CROWN, which gives the CROWN jurisdiction to create the rules because, like the DVLA, they are charged with protecting us (another protection racket).

An analogy would be the parent and child. The parent is charged with protecting the child, therefore the parent makes rules to ensure such protection. As my father always said: “whilst you're under my roof, you’ll abide by my rules.”

I think that the gentleman who texted in on Doomwatch a few weeks’ ago about the receipt, i.e., its proof of ownership, was absolutely correct. That is exactly proof. If ownership had changed hands, there would be an exchange of deed, or bill, or something to prove it. There is no agreed fee. If there was, we would receive the value of the vehicle. It even says on the document that “this is not proof of ownership.” Therefore it cannot prove that the state or CROWN owns it.

There are a lot more questions to be asked on this subject. For instance, our birth documents have several differences to this.

Malcolm Massey is the Director of “Slaughtered on Suspicion – The 2001 Foot and Mouth Scandal” – a documentary that will receive its world premiere at the “Your Constitution – The Day the UK Stood Still” conference on Saturday 1st November 2014 at the Ramada Birmingham-Sutton Coldfield Hotel.


Silent Vigil For Melanie Shaw

Sunday, 5 October at 11:00, Baker Park, Westfield Road, Peterborough PE3 9TB. This park is overlooked by the prison but sadly not the women’s side. Gather at the Halcyon Pub, Atherstone Avenue, PE3 9TT from 10 .00am. There are play facilities for children and parking at the Halcyon.

A Silent Vigil will be held in Peterborough for Melanie Shaw, a vulnerable abuse victim and vital abuse whistleblower, remains in high security prison HMP Peterborough, with no substantive evidence against her, no proper NHS medication that she has taken daily over many years, no treatment for her leg ulcer, no access her psychiatrist, no visits from her family, interference with her mail, bullying from prison warders, a national mainstream media blackout and a stunning lack of action from her MP Chris Leslie as well as other MPs.

Melanie Shaw, who is still innocent at law and maintains her innocence, has now been imprisoned for 63 days.

The Crown Prosecution Service under Alison Saunders has not only failed to produce evidence against Melanie, but has recently allowed child abuse witness evidence tapes to be stolen from unsecured private addresses of film contractor Swan Films.

The vicious treatment of Melanie Shaw by Nottinghamshire Police, the CPS, the Courts and the Westminster MP's can only be explained as their sheer desperation to silence Melanie and her testimony of child abuse, rapes, torture and murder at Beechwood Children's Home Nottinghamshire, and her evidenced discovery of Nottinghamshire police lying to hide their failure to investigate Beechwood abuses via Operation Daybreak.

Find out more at the Facebook Event page “Silent Vigil for Melanie Shaw - Peterborough - 5th October 2014”



UK prepares for another war in Iraq, is its strategy any more coherent than in 2003?

The Prime Minister says that lessons have been learned from British military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan but it is telling that he did not mention intervention in Libya for which he himself was responsible.

In fact, there is a much closer parallel between Britain joining an air war in Libya in 2011 than Mr Blair’s earlier misadventures which Mr Cameron was happy to highlight.

In Libya, what was sold to the public as a humanitarian bid by Nato forces to protect the people of Benghazi from Muammar Gaddafi, rapidly escalated into a successful effort to overthrow the Libyan leader.

The result three years on is that Libya is in permanent chaos with predatory militias reducing their country to ruins as they fight each other for power.

Whatever the original intentions of Britain and the US, their armed intervention in Afghanistan in 2001, Iraq in 2003 and Libya in 2011 has been to produce devastating conflicts that have not ended.

It is important to stress that there is little sign that US air strikes in Iraq, which Britain is planning to supplement, will be able to turn the tide against Isis. There have been 194 US air strikes in Iraq since 8 August but the militants are still advancing six weeks after the first bombs and missiles exploded.

In 2003, Mr Bush and Mr Blair claimed to be fighting only Saddam Hussein and his regime and were astonished to find themselves fighting the whole Sunni community in Iraq. This could very easily happen again in both Iraq and Syria.

If Mr Obama and Mr Cameron genuinely intend to rely on plans to combat Isis that they have outlined, then they are, as Mike Tyson would have predicted, setting themselves and their countries up for a punch in the mouth.



Police 'told to limit abuse probe into MP': Derbyshire Chief Constable claims he was forbidden to arrest Labour man or search his home when he worked as a detective

  • Chief Constable Mick Creedon blocked from investigating child abuse claims
  • Allegations surfaced against Labour MP Greville Janner in 1989
  • The former MP now has title Lord Janner of Braunstone
  • Mr Creedon claims ‘credible evidence’ that warranted further investigation
  • Claims surfaced during an investigation into Frank Beck, the manager of Leicester children’s homes
  • Beck died in jail after being convicted of abusing boys in his care
  • One former care home resident alleged that he had a two-year sexual relationship with the MP when he was a teenager in the 1970s.



Sheeple behaviour in humans now fully confirmed by science

(NaturalNews) Is there really such a thing as a "sheeple" mentality -- a tendency by the vast majority of us to follow along mindlessly, and without resistance? Yes, according to a series of research projects over the past couple of years which concluded that following the crowd is a distinct human trait. Writing for The Wall Street Journal, Luci Gutierrez compared the phenomenon to people who view a sporting event, like a football game:

Suddenly, 50,000 individuals became a single unit, almost a single mind, focused intently on what was happening on the field--that particular touchdown grab or dive into the end zone. Somehow, virtually simultaneously, each of those 50,000 people tuned into what the other 49,999 were looking at.

She notes that being part of a crowd can either be exhilarating, as in participating in sporting events, or terrifying. What's more, down through human history, we have built institutions and recreations that feed into our crowd mentality, to provide us with "that dangerous, enthralling thrill."

Think about how entire populations follow enigmatic leaders, for better or for worse. While Hitler certainly was not loved universally by all Germans -- and not all Germans were members of the Nazi Party -- he certainly managed to captivate the vast majority of the German people, who followed him as he led a conquest of the European continent that caused the deaths of tens of millions of people and destroyed entire nations.

As Gutierrez notes, the most recent research on the subject of crowd mentality seems to suggest "that our sensitivity to crowds is built into our perceptual system and operates in a remarkably swift and automatic way." She writes that a paper released in 2012 by A.C. Gallup, then a student at Princeton University, and colleagues, which was published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, examined the causes and effects of crowd behaviour at shopping centres and train stations.

One of the studies involved preselected subjects who joined a crowd and stared up at a spot in the sky for one minute. While they did so, researchers recorded and analyzed the reactions and movements of people surrounding them. Researchers discovered that within a few seconds hundreds of people reacted very similarly and in a coordinated manner.



Ted Heath's young oriental companion, and the gay friend who claims the ex-PM hid his true sexuality his entire life

  • Jeremy Norman, Mr Heath's friend, believes he was a closet homosexual
  • Met a man he believed to be his secret lover at a dinner party in 2004
  • Sir Edward was an MP for 51 years, and Prime Minister between 1970-74
  • He was never known to have had any sexual relationships at all
  • Always kept very quiet about his personal affairs during interviews
  • Was always speculation about whether or not he was gay
  • Mr Norman says that his friend may have chosen career over love life

A few months before he died, Sir Edward Heath invited two old friends, Jeremy Norman and Derek Frost, to pre-Christmas drinks at Arundells — his 14th-century home in the shadow of Salisbury Cathedral. But two aspects of the proceedings remain forever imprinted on Jeremy’s mind.

… The second abiding memory revolves around a mysterious fourth person present at the convivial gathering. ‘A curious and unexplained character greeted us at the front door. A young, educated, oriental man, who seemed to be a close friend and confidant [of Heath]. ‘He was clearly not an employee, as he stayed with us during our chat as though he were a friend. No explanation was sought or proffered as to his place in the household.’


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