Current ‘lockdown’ restrictions have certainly heightened these feelings, but underneath — and even before — the Covid scare, many people felt an increased air of confusion, uncertainty, stress and even chaos. The reality is that every man, woman and child within the UK is being attacked. But how, and why?
To find out, Brian Gerrish speaks to Alex Thomson for Part One of our video discussions on the psychological attack on the UK. – cont’d
Dispatches from the Front: The Psychological Attack on UK Part 2
Please join Alex Thomson and myself in The Psychological Attack on UK — Part 2, as we continue our analysis of the subversive attack on the UK, USA and the Western powers, as clearly detailed in a single page within Christopher Story’s book The EU Collective: Enemy of Its Member States.
Denise Beresford1 week agoI am a former lawyer and 60 years old. For the first time in my life I have no trust in any part of the legal system in this country, from the creation of legislation right through and down to the policing on the streets. The whole system is now political and as politics is corrupt, the cancer has spread through the establishment. Changes have been and are being brought in which have/will have a detrimental affect on our system. Justice already can not be seen to be done.140REPLYHide 15 replies
Denise Beresford1 week ago (edited)@Fiona Gregory I mostly needed 2 secretaries with the work I did. I had to work hard enough to bring in enough work and so fees to cover those secretaries salaries and my own salary, plus office overheads + the partners’ profit margin. In the late 80’s my secretaries were paid more than that! I also encouraged my secretaries’ development and education and lost some as they too became fee earners (one of the reasons got into teaching because I did it naturally anyway). A salary should be commensurate to the work you do. If it’s not, you only stick it out until you can move on or improve yourself so you are worth more. No one will pay you more until they have no other choice.Read more8REPLY
Basya Basya3 days agoI can assure you that the same has been happening in Russia. Corruption is everywhere and judges are not independent at all. Despite being paid pretty well and ensured all kinds of social benefits they are still easily bribed.😔👎REPLY
Jayne1 week agoI’m 60 years of age and I find what is going on satantic, sadistic, and tyrannical. But my grown kids seem to be comfortable with all this. I just don’t get it how they can’t see the sinister agenda at play. 🥺125REPLYView 65 replies
Suki1 week agoi was a Nurse , it was far , far cleaner in Hospitals in the 80’s when i started . We were NOT allowed to wear our uniforms outside of the Hospital at all , no make up , only small , stud ear rings and plain wedding bands were allowed . our hair had to be put up or in my case as a long pony tail taken up out of our faces . Hospitals were very clean then , it wasn’t that long ago , it’s awful now , filthy , rude Staff, so many “Blunders” after my leg accident in 2018 , i can’t even go into the details of how many Blunders i came across when i even had bloods lost in my own GP surgery , all sorts of Blunders there and even more inside Hospitals once i started having MRI scans etc … so many , i just can’t list them all not to mention the very aggressive shop assistants in the cafe in the Hospital , who looked like militant Marxists and probably were / are !Read more66REPLYView 10 replies
MrNexus8 Seven1 week ago (edited)UK Column is my go-to news source, I no longer trust any other mainstream media to tell truth. You are utterly invaluable. Please keep going! By the way, I’m ex job and resigned in 2005 due to corruption within my force. I also was very aware and uncomfortable with political correct representatives from minorities being put into our training classes who were placed there to monitor the trainer and our own comments, feelings and ideas then told they were supposed to align with the preferred thoughts of these snooping left wing “minders”. So even then we had these people pushing a narrative, coupled with a desire to merge with European style policing models, and this made practical policing stressful because there were so many pits you could now fall into just by employing standard police methods. I now have the opinion the British police are nothing like they were when I was a serving officer, they do not think for themselves and are scruffy, undisciplined, argumentative and physically bullish and violent. No – this is not the same service I once was a proud member and corrupt practice has only increased. It’s a political service and a complete disaster.Read more98REPLYView 9 replies
Charley Hudson1 week agoI’m a female and completely agree with what your both saying about certain groups being used especially women, these people don’t actually care about any of us, they just use whichever group can push the divide and conquer tactic ❤️113REPLYView 7 replies
Fionnuala Murphy1 week agoCongratulations on yesterday’s programme, I watched most of it twice. I shared several times. Really brilliant journalism. So refreshing. Very terrifying information125REPLYView 6 replies
Daniel Warton1 week agoI did wonder why the Army were letting many soldiers go whilst recruiting young ones to replace them. No experience but more easily moulded in to the new in to the way they want them to be.50REPLYView 4 replies
Jackie Newcombe1 week agoI trained as a nurse in the 1970’s and we were not allowed to wear our uniforms outside. We had very little infection and certainly no bed sores. The rot set in when they put nursing in the university and brought in Project 2000.27REPLYView 2 replies
musicfan1 week agoI look forward to your broadcast, it’s like tuning in to the allied war office, it’s giving me some hope that someone is fighting our side. Thanks for your hard work and the risk you are taking.101REPLYView 4 replies
Leah Meadows1 week agoI wouldn’t waste your time explaining and reiterating the obvious facts that y’all are not sexist, racist, or anything else. I agree with Alex. He was willfully misunderstood so she could be offended and that’s ok. The fact that those type of people are even here gives me hope that they are trying. Something has sparked their curiosity in the truth. I’m in the U.S. and it’s difficult to watch and see in real time the daily attacks on us. Y’all are doing excellent work and it is refreshing to see people getting the truth out with no agenda, just a love for freedom and for each other. Love watching weekly U.K. Column and can’t wait for the next episode in this series! Amazing work!Read more25REPLYView reply
Truth Sleuth1 week agoThe psychological warfare is so intense that it has never been more important to have reporting and analysis of the highest quality, and that’s exactly what we get from Alex and Brian and the UK Column in general.55REPLYView reply
Anthony Sullivan1 week agoWell done UK Column, The Voice of Reason as usual, The people that Try to single out one race or religion Are doing exactly what the government wants them to do, divide and rule.47REPLYView reply
Know BS1 week agoThe police also had standards of appearance, but no longer, they all look scruffy unshaven, poorly fitted clothing to go along with thier bad education and attitude21REPLYView 2 replies
Cathy Kirk1 week agoI wish my grandad were here as he would truly understand the ‘feel’ of what you were talking about and we would have some very interesting chats about it. Thank you so much for all you do.12REPLY
Ian mcmahon1 week agoI’m sure that sometimes you tube turns the volume down. I listen while in my van so it would be great if the volume went up a bit. Not complaining I love listening to brian and co32REPLYView 3 replies
Mr. guyal1 week agoThe lack of respect, which has progressed to de-humanisation, has occurred very gradually, as in slow motion for decades now. For example, when i was a child, we always referred to Aunts and Uncles as ”Uncle Fred, Aunty Bett” adult neighbours were Mr. Jones, Mrs Smith and so on, we NEVER used their first names. This was not out of fear, this was out of respect. At one time, there were alot of large employers, and they used to have ” Personnel Departments,”Now we have ”human resources” we are no different than a drum of oil or a sack of flour, we are a resource. History is strewn with the consequences of what follows the dehumanisation process….Read more17REPLYView reply
408Magenta1 week ago“You have not begun to appreciate the depth of our guilt. We are intruders. We are subverters. We have taken your natural world, your ideals, your destiny, and played havoc with them. We have been at the bottom of not merely the latest Great War (World War 1) but of every other major revolution in your history. We have brought discord and confusion and frustration into your personal and public life. We are still doing it. No one can tell how long we shall go on doing it. Who knows what great and glorious destiny might have been yours if we had left you alone.” – ◉ Marclis Eli Ravage, ( a Jew,) Century Magazine, February – 1926.Read more20REPLYView reply
Heather Snow1 week agoI’m so glad you covered that these actors are from across the faiths, gender and atheists. This is a greater evil that is attacking all of humanity and it will use individuals across the spectrum. I can’t thank you guys enough…you give me a place where I can anchor into normal discussions on these matters instead of the craziness being thrown at us. God bless you both.