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Quantum 202 – The Queen

In this weeks Quantum we look at the world through the eyes of Queen Elizabeth’s 70th celebration.   Stories, Christianity, To Kiss the Water, and Paddington bear.  Queen.   Also Prince William on climate change;  EU directive on Executive jetsdefender of the faith; Yes Prime Minister;  a new blasphemy law in Britain; The Republicans response in Scotland and Australia;  The Sex Pistols; the BBC changes rape victim’s testimony; Solzhenitsyn;  What is a Woman by Matt Walsh; Dire Straits –  Sultans of Swing – Alchemy; Peter Hitchen’s radical idea; Handal’s Messiah;

Catch up with Quantum – Quantum 201 – Fodder for the Masses; Pride; and Chariots of Fire

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they know they are lying,

they know we know they are lying,

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but they are still lying.

Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn




  1. Ah ha! So, you have discovered the best live track of all time!
    Dire Straits Sultans of Swing from Alchemy has been my number 1 for decades. Nothing comes close for me.

    Thanks for the range of material David, keep up the good work.

  2. Many many good quotes, audios and insights, David .., and can’t respond to them all .., however one quote from the very first Director General of the BBC does stick…
    The scenario was in a meeting with many of the Oxbridge educated producers on upcoming programming.., and when they got to the so-called ‘God slot’ as one of the sart alec producers suggested…
    Lord Reith then said to him, and with all the others in mind…
    ‘My dear fellow.., The Church of Jesus Christ will be at the graveside of the BBC and every other vaccuous organisation in our bankrupt society..!’…
    How prophetic then and how true now..?

  3. Thanks David. I hadn’t come across Peter Hitchens before and I think he is a very courageous man, standing up for what is right and good. I’m glad you included that clip of him speaking. I agreed with what he said about Jesus Christ and His resurrection – everyone was silenced by that wonderful truth. I have since read Peter’s book ‘The Rage Against God’ and am currently reading another of his books, ‘The Abolition of Britain’ – both excellent reads. He has a thorough understanding of how and why today’s society and culture is the way it is now. How sad it is to realise just what we have lost sometimes, but at least there is hope when there are those among us like Peter Hitchens and yourself who are brave and not afraid to speak the truth to a lost world and lighten the darkness. Don’t give up – there are people who are listening and hearing.

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