Progress On All Fronts 62

Many thanks to everybody who sent me advice, texts and illustrations on reformatting The Catholic Orangemen of Togo. Apologies I was unwell again so could not respond for a couple of days – and more than 100 emails were received, including several from people who have done substantial work. It will take me some time to work through. I will send individual replies but please be patient. I am however feeling very much better now and seem to have my energy back!

I am going to speak at the Hope Over Fear rally at George Square, Glasgow on Sunday.

62 thoughts on “Progress On All Fronts

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  • Robert Crawford

    Ubiquinol is what is required for a man of your age to restore your energy and look after your heart.

  • Robert Crawford

    Hi Mark,

    As we get older all these functions start slowing down from the age of 30, by about 1.5% per year. Therefore, supplementation is required. Raw liver is in my opinion too high in vitamin A to be used in a therapeutic quantity, and is an acquired taste. Ubiquinol is a Japanese invention, and only the Swiss live longer than them.

    It is in my experience one of the best supplements on the market. At 100mg per day one does feel the benefits. However, like all things in life believe no one, until you have your own experience. I always thought raw liver was an old treatment for leukemia.

  • BrianFujisan

    Great stuff Craig…Glad you will be well enough for that..Hopefully i’ll bump into ya there.

    Have you heard of the tireless Independent Climber, I hear she will be there speaking too, she has been working hard with Tommy on ‘Hope Before Fear’

    Independence Climber –

  • Robert Crawford

    Brian Fujisan,

    Thank you very much for that piece of info on “Independent Climber”. I just cannot get enough of like minded YES voters.


  • Ba'al Zevul

    I always thought raw liver was an old treatment for leukemia.

    No.Iron-deficiency anaemia.

  • Robert Crawford

    Hi Ba’al,

    Your right. Have you tried to eat raw liver? I struggle with the cooked stuff/


  • Ba'al Zevul

    Ditto, Robert. However, my hasty researches- as to wtf ubiquinol is – revealed that pork shoulder is reasonably high in the stuff. No further comment – looks to me like another diet-supplement craze without a lot of hard evidence for the claims.

  • Enoch

    Also progress on your forthcoming libel stuff: forwarded to the lawyers acting for Mr and mrs McCann. Expect a letter soon.

  • Robert Crawford

    To Ba’al and everyone else,

    My concern is the health and well being of Craig Murray who has listed the health problems he has had in the past, and right now. Craig is a brave and wonderful fountain of knowledge. The kind I like, EXPERIENCE! And got his P45 for telling us.

    He needs to be looked after, because I think he is not looking after his own health as well as he could.

    There is ” double blind” experiments on Ubiquinol which is the active version of COQ10. At the moment I can’t find them, I probably gave them to another to read, and did not get them back. Which is quite common. I would also recommend a course of “colonics” to flush out the toxins Craig has picked up in his travels. I would recommend this to every reader, because, regardless of what you think your plumbing is a bit like the waste pipe of your sink. ( It is not a lot of shit, but it is.)

    Can we leave the merits or otherwise of supplements alone and get on with helping Craig to help us?


  • mary V

    Robert, it’s strange I suffer from Crohn’s disease so definately don’t need colonic washout as I get that every day. Funny how I also suffer from extreme fatigue hmmmm

  • Robert Crawford

    Dear Mary V,

    Maybe colonic hydrotherapy would be beneficial as the idea is to get all the way along the colon to the appendix. Plus, a course of probiotics is supposed to help with Crohn’s disease. Replace the bad bacteria with the good. A very painful condition I am told. The medical profession here do not seem to have a very good outcome for it.

    Best of luck with it.


  • Republicofscotland

    Will the Hope Not Fear rally continue on Hope Street?


    Hope St, was once called Copenhagen St, after the Duke of Wellington’s horse.There is a splendid building in Hope st, called the Copenhagen building designed by J.J. Burnett.

    Burnett also designed the magnificent Charing Cross mansions, with its resplendent horloge, and cheeky carving of his head, below it.

  • Ben E. Geserit Muad'Dib Further Confounding Gender Speculators

    Chronic inflammation often breaks down the immune system. The human body is a dynamic system. If I could suggest to Craig; fresh garlic cloves are a natural anti-biotic and anti-inflmmatory. If you can handle fresh garlic (2-3 coves) every day, it will promote the general welfare.

  • Ben E. Geserit Muad'Dib Further Confounding Gender Speculators

    It’s always about oil…

    “Islamic State militants have been fighting for the past week for control of a key town straddling the Syrian-Turkish border. A victory by IS in Kobani, better known in the Arab world as Ain al Arab, would be a setback for the U.S.-Saudi-led alliance fighting the world’s most dangerous and most powerful terrorist organization.

    More importantly, a victory for IS would give the group prestige among the dozens of groups lined up in the fight against Syrian President Bashar Assad. It would also secure the terror organization’s flow of oil to a lucrative market – its link to the outside world via Turkey, as I reported last week.”

  • Robert Crawford

    It is always about oil. Or is it?

    I was told rightly or wrongly, that Saddam Hussien was going to sell his oil for Euros instead of US$ dollars. If that is true there would have been a great loss of revenue. Hence, invade take it over, just in case anyone else got the same idea.

  • Ben E. Geserit Muad'Dib Further Confounding Gender Speculators

    Robert; Oil is the fuel for Empire. It’s a means to an end, not an ideology. The threat against the Petrodollar is why Iran and Saddam and Assad are primary targets, not to mention Putin.

  • Robert Crawford

    Dear Ben E,

    I thought the problem was not Assad, it was the massive Russian Naval base there? Which would leave Syria tied up if an assault on Iran was the idea. That would leave only the Caspian Sea as a route to Iran from Russia. If they were of a mind to help Iran.

    However, who knows the workings of the minds of those in Power?

  • Ben E. Geserit Muad'Dib Further Confounding Gender Speculators

    Yes Robert. Sevastapol and Tartus are strategic ice-free ports and the West recognizes the value for retaining their status quo.

  • nevermind, there's a future, still

    good to hear you’re getting better, Craig, make sure somebody stronger than you is looking after you in George square, you are too valuable a speaker/thinker than to be bowled over by some roundhead.

    Thanks for the poll RoS, looking at it Labour has still far too many seats, they need to be cut down to single figures before they wake up.

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