This week we’re sharing what we consider to be the most important news items in relation to covid and the ongoing efforts to prolong the ‘pandemic’.
Efforts to get authorities to admit the extent of the damage being caused to people’s health by covid jabs is beginning to yield results; while more scientific evidence of the efficacy of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine hits the journals; the row over the origins of ‘the’ virus takes an interesting turn and the World Economic Forum nails its colours to the flag over covid and climate change.
Pushbacks & positives!
- In an extraordinary turn of events, the legal team at the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) has won a court action that will force the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to release data from the v-safe app, which details tens of millions of covid jab related adverse reactions collected via the app.
- A row has broken out over the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus following publication of the latest report from The Lancet Covid-19 Commission after it questioned the origin of the virus alongside comments from the Commission's chair, Prof Jeffrey Sachs, who suggested the virus came from a US linked biotechnology lab and not nature. The report is critical of the efforts of authorities around the world to control the situation but recommends harder and greater restrictions and interventions in future as well granting even greater powers to the World Health Organization than it already possesses.
Censorship and restrictions
- BBC journalists took it upon themselves to investigate the use of carrot emojis in posts in a Facebook group with hundreds of thousands of members. Once they realised these emojis represented covid jabs and the posts discussed adverse reactions and deaths following injections they reported the group for misinformation. Facebook then took the decision to delete the group without warning
- An investigation by Suzanne Burdick PhD, for The Children’s Health Defense exposes the conflicts of interest and very close ties between the US based Federation of State Medical boards (FSMB) and the International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities (IAMRA), both of which are waging war against doctors who dare to speak out about covid related issues
- The German government has announced plans to reintroduce certain covid restrictions in October in anticipation of an increase in covid cases
- Over 800 school employees in New York have been fired for refusing covid jabs in opposition to jab mandates imposed by former mayor Bill de Blasio in 2021.
- The use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as part of early treatment protocols for covid continues to be contentious with apparently deliberate attempts to withhold it from those most in need. New animal research published in Communications Biology has found that HCQ stops the SARS-CoV-2 virus from entering the cells and replicating thus preventing the virus from causing serious illness
- Cureus journal editor, Dr Flavio Cadegiani, is being forced to defend his decision to publish a paper that supports the use of ivermection as part of early treatment protocols for covid.
- Australia’s ABC News reports that covid damages the immune system of those that have had the virus resulting in people becoming more susceptible to other infectious diseases. No mention is made of the known impact on the immune system of covid jabs
- China and India have authorised the use of two new covid ‘vaccines’ that are delivered by aerosolised mist (China) and nasal drops (India). The Chinese version contains the same ingredients as its injected version. Trial data for both is sparse.
- In a bizarre twist, President Biden declared the covid pandemic is over, during an interview with CBS’ 60 minutes just as the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is set to extend the covid-19 public health emergency for the 11thtime. Biden’s declaration has thrown the White House into chaos as staffers scramble to limit the damage
- The Mail Online reports on higher than expected levels of deaths in Australia, particularly the younger population and the pressure being put on funeral directors by the increase
- Covid was a test of citizens’ social responsibility to find out how far people would comply with restrictions and tracking in the name of preventing the spread of the virus according to a new blog published by the World Economic Forum (WEF). The acceptance of such systems is seen as paving the way to bringing in personal carbon allowances in the name of combating ‘climate change’.
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