Jun 28 06:30

The WHO Confirms that the Covid-19 PCR Test is Flawed: Estimates of “Positive Cases” are Meaningless. The Lockdown Has No Scientific Basis

The Real Time Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (rRT-PCR) test was adopted by the WHO on January 23, 2020 as a means to detecting the SARS-COV-2 virus, following the recommendations of a Virology research group (based at Charité University Hospital, Berlin), supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. (For Further details see the Drosten Study)

Exactly one year later on January 20th, 2021, the WHO retracts. They don’t say “We Made a Mistake”. The retraction is carefully formulated. (See original WHO document here as well as in Annex)

While the WHO does not deny the validity of their misleading January 2020 guidelines, they nonetheless recommend “Re-testing” (which everybody knows is an impossibility).

The contentious issue pertains to the number of amplification threshold cycles (Ct). According to Pieter Borger, et al

Jun 28 05:59

England Releases a Report Revealing 62% of Alleged COVID Deaths Are People Who’ve Been Vaccinated

The unvaccinated make for 58% of the cases but 37% of the deaths, however, this is a function of the unvaccinated being on average younger than the vaccinated. Among the over 50s the unvaccinated make for 10 percent of the cases, but 38 percent of the deaths. This would imply the vaccine offers some protection against a COVID death but not at the claimed 90+ percent efficacy.

The fully vaccinated with two doses make up for 44 percent of the cases among the over 50s, but 46 percent of such deaths. This would imply a single dose offers better protection than two doses but is in fact again a function of age — the older an individual is, the likelier they are to be fully vaccinated. Thus in fact age, rather than vaccination status, remains the biggest risk factor by far.

Jun 28 05:58

Covid-19 Killed 26 Indonesian Doctors in June—at Least 10 Had Taken China’s Sinovac Vaccine

At least 10 of the 26 doctors in Indonesia who died from Covid-19 this month had received both doses of the vaccine developed by Sinovac Biotech Ltd., a medical association said, raising questions about the Chinese-made shot that is being used in many parts of the developing world.

The Indonesian Medical Association’s Covid-19 mitigation group is still working to verify the vaccination status of the 16 others, said Dr. Adib Khumaidi, who leads the group. According to the group’s latest figures, over a five-month period, at least 20 doctors who were fully inoculated with Sinovac’s vaccine died from Covid-19, accounting for more than a fifth of total fatalities among doctors during that time span.

The toll could rise further in the coming weeks as the country battles a surge in infections and hospitals across the archipelago fill up.

Jun 28 05:56

Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Experts Warn Against 4 Emerging Variants; Gehlot Writes to PM Modi Seeking More Vaccines for 2nd Dose

Health experts have warned against the emergence of four emerging coronavirus variants, apart from the Delta-plus strain, which has already been designated as a variant of concern.

The variants to be watched out for includes B.1.617.3, a sibling of the Delta variant (B.1.617.2); B.1.1.318, which has 14 mutations; and Lambda (C.37), which was designated as a variant under investigation on June 23. Kappa (B.1.617.1), another sibling of the Delta variant, too needs to be closely monitored, though it has thus far been less infectious than Delta or Delta-plus.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding an adequate supply of vaccines for people due for the second dose, citing concern over a possible third wave.

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Jun 28 05:55

Virus Kills 77 In Iran, Infects 23 Members of Parliament

Iran put its armed forces on alert Tuesday to assist health officials in battling the new coronavirus that’s killed at least 77 people, an outbreak that has sickened top officials and pushed even its supreme leader into wearing disposable gloves while trying to reassure the nation.

Even as government officials sit meters (feet) away from each other at meetings now in an effort to stop its spread, the virus is ravaging both its civilian leadership and its Shiite theocracy. A top emergency official and at least 23 members of parliament reportedly contracted the virus and now suffer from the COVID-19 illness it causes. Others have died.

There are now over 2,540 cases of the new virus across the Mideast, with 2,336 in Iran alone. Of those outside Iran in the region, most link back to the Islamic Republic.

Jun 28 05:55

More Members Of Iran's Political Elite Fall Victim To Coronavirus

As more members of Iran's political elite fall victim to the novel Coronavirus that has brought the country to the verge of serious crisis, the contagion appears to be closing in on the household of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Farideddin Haddad Adel, son of an influential politician, whose sister is Khamenei's daughter in law, tweeted Saturday morning February 29 that he has contracted the virus following a visit to Qom. However, he was harshly criticized for adding a laughing emoji to his post.

Many questioned the young Haddad Adel's integrity and accused him of using the situation for political gain. One twitter user reminded him that he contracted the virus while attending to one of his many businesses in Qom. Haddad Adels owns some of the most expensive private schools in Tehran and Qom.

Jun 28 05:45


Jun 28 05:33

AstraZeneca says 92% vaccine effectiveness against Delta variant

AstraZeneca said new data from Public Health England (PHE) demonstrated COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca, offers high levels of protection against the Delta variant (B.1.617.2; formerly the ‘Indian variant).

AstraZeneca vaccine is used in India as Covishield. Real world data from PHE, demonstrated two doses of COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca are 92% effective against hospitalisation due to the Delta variant and showed no deaths among those vaccinated.

The vaccine also showed a high level of effectiveness against the Alpha variant (B.1.1.7; formerly the ‘Kent' variant) with an 86% reduction of hospitalisations and no deaths reported.

Jun 28 05:31

NCSU, UNC researchers think they have found a way to treat COVID-19 with a nasal spray

Researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill have performed successful studies on a nasal spray that can potentially help treat COVID-19.

The researchers developed cells that are very similar to a type of cell found in the lungs. Using a nasal spray device, the user can inhale those mimicking cells. When the virus that causes COVID-19, known as SARS-CoV-2, enters the body, it is overwhelmed by the fake cells and cannot find the real lung cells.

When the virus binds to the surfaces of the fake cells, it is not able to infect them, replicate itself and then go infect other cells. The body’s immune system is able to clear the virus as it sits idly on the fake cells.

Jun 27 13:39

LOOK: Anti-Lockdown Protesters Take Over London, Rejecting Tyrannical Government

A HUGE number of anti-lockdown protesters marched through central London before descending on Downing Street on Saturday.

They called for ‘freedom’ and the end to all Covid lockdown regulations, the vaccine and vaccine passports.

They also demanded the arrest of Matt Hancock, who resigned on Saturday after he was caught breaching Covid safety regulations. The former health secretary is accused of hypocrisy over images showing him canoodling with his aide Gina Coladangelo at the Department for Health, despite championing draconian restrictions on ordinary citizens.

Jun 27 08:45


The number of children and young people who were prescribed anti-depressants peaked during the pandemic, it has been reported.

Jun 27 07:21

SpaceX's New Rocket Factory Is Making Its Texas Neighbors Mad

What Elon Musk has built on the remote mudflats at the southern tip of Texas is astonishing: gantries, fuel storage tanks, an Airstream trailer village, and a silver rocket straight out of Buck Rogers—all fronted by neon letters that spell out "Starbase."

But can SpaceX coexist with the original feathered inhabitants on the lower Gulf coast? Environmentalists from Brownsville to Washington D.C. are protesting his ambitious vision to build, test and launch next-generation rockets in this fragile ecosystem.

"It's 24/7. The lights are really bright out here at night. It's just constant sound and presence of people," says Stephanie Bilodeau, a conservation bird biologist with the non-profit Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program. "I wouldn't want to be nesting near any of this if I were a bird."

Jun 27 07:20

Ingenuity Flies Again as Perseverance Rover Starts Looking for Life on Mars

After weeks of Earthlings fawning over Venus and the Perseverance rover stepping out of its shell to begin its scientific mission, one can imagine the Mars helicopter Ingenuity felt a little miffed that the spotlight has moved on. But on Tuesday morning, NASA announced that the helicopter had completed its eighth flight, putting the helicopter back in the mix of space exploration conversation.

Jun 27 07:20

China releases videos of its Zhurong Mars rover

China's space agency has released video of its Zhurong rover trundling across the surface of Mars.

The pictures were acquired by a wireless camera that the robot had placed on the ground.

The new media release also includes sequences from Zhurong's landing in May, showing the deployment of its parachute system and the moment of touchdown.

The six-wheeled robot is investigating a region known as Utopia Planitia.

The China National Space Agency (CNSA) says Zhurong has driven 236m in 42 Mars sols (as of 27 June). A sol is a Martian day. It lasts slightly longer than an Earth day, at 24 hours and 39 minutes.

Jun 27 07:19


IN THE COMING YEARS, MULTIPLE SPACE AGENCIES will be sending astronauts to the Moon for the first time since the closing days of the Apollo Program.

For NASA, this will represent the long-awaited “return to the Moon,” while every other space agency will see it as a tremendous step for their space programs.

One thing they all have in common is that this time around, the goal is to build the necessary infrastructure that will allow for a long-term human presence.

However, amid all the excitement of this approaching moment in history are concerns about the lack of an international framework that will ensure our efforts are for the sake of “for all humankind.”

Jun 27 06:16

Rock musician, 48, died of a brain haemorrhage two weeks after he had AstraZeneca vaccine as doctors link rare complications caused by jab

A 48-year-old rock musician died of a brain haemorrhage two weeks after having the AstraZeneca vaccine due to rare complications caused by the jab.

The singer, known as Zion, fell ill with an agonising headache on May 13 - eight days after having the first jab, at Penrith Auction Mart in Cumbria.

He died at Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, on May 19.

Jun 26 14:02

Decoding California’s New Digital Vaccine Records and Potential Dangers

By Alexis Hancock, Adam Schwartz, and Jon Callas

The State of California recently released what it calls a “Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record.” It is part of that state’s recent easing of public health rules on masking within businesses. California’s new Record is a QR code that contains the same information as is on our paper vaccine cards, including name and birth date. We all want to return to normal freedom of movement while keeping our communities safe. But we have two concerns with this plan:

First, with minimal effort, businesses could use the information in the vaccination record to track the time and place of our comings and goings, pool that information with other businesses, and sell these dossiers of our movements to the government. We shouldn’t have to submit to a new surveillance technology that threatens pervasive tracking of our movements in public places to return to normal life...

Jun 26 12:16

Researchers discover how space travel weakens astronauts’ immune systems

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco and the Stanford University School of Medicine arrived at this finding after exposing human blood samples to simulated weak gravity, or microgravity. They then used a chemical to simulate an immune response in the blood samples and found that regulatory T cells (Tregs) suppressed any immune activity.

Tregs are a type of white blood cell that inhibits other immune cells. They become active when an infection is no longer a threat and aid in the prevention of autoimmune diseases.

The study showed that in outer space, Tregs are activated even when a person is healthy and free from an infection. The researchers posited that the abnormal activation of Tregs is one of the reasons why astronauts have weak immune systems. This weakened state was observed in more than half of the astronauts who participated in NASA’s Apollo missions.

Jun 26 12:14

Doctor says US “wasting money” on coronavirus drug from Merck

A critical care doctor said the U.S. is wasting taxpayer’s money on its purchase of drug manufacturer Merck’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) antiviral treatment. Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) President Dr. Pierre Kory warned that the Biden administration should not pay Merck for a COVID-19 drug “which has already failed in hospitalized patients.” He instead called for the “low-cost, safe [and] widely available” ivermectin to be used with its track record of effectiveness against the disease.

Kory’s remarks came as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on June 9 that the federal government and Merck sealed a $1.2 billion deal. Under the agreement, the drug firm will supply 1.7 million course of its molnupiravir COVID-19 antiviral drug – pending the green light by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Jun 26 12:13

UK regulator reports increase in period problems after coronavirus vaccination

For women, a change in their period isn’t listed as a side effect of vaccinations. But recent figures from the U.K.’s drug regulator reveal that nearly 4,000 women have reported having problems with their period after being vaccinated.

The report, obtained by The Sunday Times, showed the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) received 2,734 reports of menstrual cycle changes after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine. In addition, the agency received 1,158 reports related to the Pfizer vaccine and 66 reports related to the Moderna vaccine. Most reports were from women aged 30 to 49 and were compiled up to May 17.

According to the agency, actual figures may potentially be higher. Given the condition isn’t included as a potential side effect, many women may have period problems — including cycle changes and heavier-than-usual bleeding — that are unreported.

Jun 26 12:11

FDA admits covid injections from Pfizer, Moderna cause heart inflammation

After many reports had already emerged from around the world determining the jabs to be unsafe, particularly for young men, the FDA is finally getting around to notifying Americans that they, too, could suffer myocarditis or pericarditis after getting injected.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) also determined that, yes, mRNA poisons are not exactly good for the hearts of young people and could cause them to suffer serious injury or death.

Still, both the FDA and the CDC insist that the benefits of these injections far outweigh the risks, which is why they are still encouraging otherwise healthy young people to roll up their sleeves and help “save lives.”

Jun 26 12:10

San Francisco forcing 35,000 city employees to get COVID-19 vaccines

San Francisco is telling its 35,000 city employees that they must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or they will lose their jobs. Not surprisingly, many workers and unions are speaking out against this unconscionable infringement on health freedom.

Officials announced earlier this week that municipal workers will be required to get the vaccine within 10 weeks after it is fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Jun 26 11:57

Whilst you’ve been distracted by Hancock’s affair, PHE released a report revealing 62% of alleged Covid deaths are people who’ve been vaccinated

PHE have compiled a helpful table which shows the number of alleged confirmed Delta variant cases in the UK alongside the number of alleged deaths due to the variant. The table shows that since the 1st February 2021 up to the 21st June 2021 there have been 9,571 alleged confirmed cases of the Delta variant in people over the age of 50. Of these 8,025 had been confirmed in the past 28 days alone.

But the data shows that people over the age of 50 who are unvaccinated account for just 10% of the alleged confirm Covid cases, whilst those who are fully vaccinated account for 37% of the alleged confirmed cases. A further 40% of the alleged cases are people who had received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine at least 21 days prior to their alleged confirmed Covid-19 infection.

Jun 26 10:37

House Committee Approves Bill to Expand Healthcare Bill for Veterans Exposed to Toxins

By B.N. Frank

Human-made toxins may have caused more harm than we may ever completely know. The good news is that large-scale efforts are currently being made to address this.

“For decades, veterans have been exposed to toxic substances like PFAS, TCE and radiation – often without any warning from the Department of Defense about the health risks.”...

Jun 26 10:14

San Francisco forcing 35,000 city employees to get COVID-19 vaccines

San Francisco is telling its 35,000 city employees that they must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or they will lose their jobs. Not surprisingly, many workers and unions are speaking out against this unconscionable infringement on health freedom.

Jun 26 06:18


British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “very sorry” after pictures of him kissing and embracing his top aide, a friend hired last year, were splashed on the front page of the Sun newspaper. However, he has said he will not resign.

Jun 26 06:17


Professor Tim Spector, who runs the Zoe Covid Symptom study at King’s College London, has warned that younger people with the “delta variant” are reporting new symptoms. But those who have had hay fever for years or even decades say those symptoms are exactly the same.

Are the rulers rebranding hay fever as the “delta variant?” Or is this just a coincidence? There sure seem to be a lot of coincidences lately, but you decide for yourself.

Instead of the usual high temperature, hacking cough, and loss of taste and smell we’ve become familiar with, a new set of symptoms are thought to be associated with the Delta variant. –TYLA

It certainly looks like they are taking every single cold or fly or ailment that they can and turning it into something big and scary to panic the public.

Jun 26 06:06

Goodbye, coffee? Service members might soon be fueled by a jolt to the brain

Joe, mud, java. There are many names for the steamy brown sludge we robotically pour into mugs adorned with clever caffeine-centric quotes. But now, thanks to a study performed by the Air Force Research Lab, coffee will perhaps someday be replaced ... with a jolt to the brain.

Forty active-duty military personnel from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base participated in the study, one funded by NASA, in an attempt to analyze the efficacy of Transcutaneous Cervical Vagus Nerve Stimulation in treating migraines and the impacts of sleeplessness.

“One possible way to enhance alertness could be by (non invasively) stimulating an area of the brain called the locus coeruleus,” the study said.

To do so, the study looked at how a noninvasive electrical neuromodulation device, which has also been used to treat drug-resistant epilepsy and depression, could influence the military’s exhaustion-fueled abuse of energy drinks and coffee.

Jun 26 05:59

Pediacide — Vaccine Risks for Kids

In 1998, a vaccine was released for infants against rotavirus, a contagious virus that causes diarrhea. Albeit unpleasant, this infectious disease is manageable at home with extra fluids. However, soon after the introduction of the vaccine, it was reported that some infants developed intussusception, a type of bowel obstruction particular to infants where the bowel telescopes in on itself, commonly occurring at the intersection of the small and large intestine. While infants may be quite ill, prompt intervention is curative in all but a few cases.

Jun 26 05:52

Massive human head in Chinese well forces scientists to rethink evolution

The discovery of a huge fossilised skull that was wrapped up and hidden in a Chinese well nearly 90 years ago has forced scientists to rewrite the story of human evolution.

Analysis of the remains has revealed a new branch of the human family tree that points to a previously unknown sister group more closely related to modern humans than the Neanderthals.

The extraordinary fossil has been named a new human species, Homo longi or “Dragon man”, by Chinese researchers, although other experts are more cautious about the designation.

“I think this is one of the most important finds of the past 50 years,” said Prof Chris Stringer, research leader at the Natural History Museum in London, who worked on the project. “It’s a wonderfully preserved fossil.”

Jun 26 05:31

Washington State Forces Nearly Everyone To Buy Long-Term Health Care

A concerned reader from Washington asked me to discuss a new law in Washington state, the first in the nation to force people to buy long-term care insurance.

No matter what your age, your bill is $0.58 per $1,000 gross income with no caps.

The state calls this forced setup a "Health Care Partnership"

Jun 26 05:27

Another New Scientific Study Concludes COVID Originated In November 2019, Before Wet Market Cases

Scientists at the University of Kent in the UK have published new research that concludes it is most likely the virus that causes Covid-19 was circulating in Wuhan in November 2019, or even weeks earlier in October, before any cases linked to the Huanan wet market were reported in December 2019.

Jun 25 15:43


Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine, sits down with Del to give his honest concerns about why this is the wrong technology to use against #Covid19 and, in particular, the extreme danger it poses to young people.

Long interview, but highly enlightening. There are few (if any) people better qualified to talk about the vaccines, and he drops some nuclear truth bombs.

Jun 25 12:48

Did a comet strike 13,000 years ago change human civilization as we know it?

Could a devastating comet impact in Earth's distant past have forever changed human civilization?

Scientists think that a cluster of comet shards may have smashed into Earth's surface 13,000 years ago, in the most catastrophic impact since the Chicxulub event killed off Earth's large dinosaurs about 66 million years ago. In a new study, a team led by Martin Sweatman, a scientist at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, investigated the impact and how it could have shaped the origins of human societies on Earth.

While the first Homo sapiens emerged between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago, much farther in the past than this impact, the researchers found that this comet crash actually coincided with significant changes in how human societies self-organized.

Jun 25 12:37


Absolute proof the variant doesn't add up to anything much at all in terms of real world impact.

Jun 25 10:35

“They've Been Doing It Forever”

The man’s son had been vomiting, feeling nauseous, and experiencing bad heartburn for several weeks. The child’s pediatrician eventually made the call: It was time to take the boy to the ER.

The father, who requested anonymity, wasn’t the sort of person who went to the emergency room on a whim. He was an internal medicine physician after all, so he tried to avoid ER visits as much as possible. But in late 2019, he listened to the boy’s doctor and took his son to the ER near where they lived in Florida, then took him a second time when he once again couldn’t hold down food.

The decision ultimately seemed to make sense. Tests found the boy was suffering from a newly onset auto-immune disorder. But the family’s insurer, UnitedHealthcare, refused to pay the bills, which totaled $7,000 — $4,000 of which the hospital’s physician services company has since demanded from the family.

Jun 25 10:34

‘Hands, face, space’: Brits troll health secretary for not following own guidance over reports of sneaky affair with aide

The British health secretary has been caught red-handed after photos of him snogging an aide in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, with no respect for his own social distancing rules, go viral.

In a story on Friday morning, Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s month of woe was compounded when The Sun published images taken from a CCTV camera of the minister snogging aide Gina Coladangelo.

The images, reportedly from May, show Hancock getting up close and personal with Coladangelo; his hands can be seen holding her backside as they make out in what is supposedly the Department of Health’s London HQ during office hours.

Jun 25 10:29

Tucker Carlson slams CDC director for downplaying risk of vaccines on young people as he points out agency's own website says 1 in 4 kids in the 12 to 17 age group will likely experience side effects

Tucker Carlson said the CDC director is downplaying the risks of COVID vaccines in the 12-to-17 age bracket, which have been most susceptible to cases of heart inflammation in reaction to the shot.

During Wednesday night's show, the host of the Fox News primetime show Tucker Carlson Tonight played a clip of CDC Director Rochelle Walensky talking about the risk-reward analysis for getting adolescents vaccinated.

Walensky said if one million children in the 12-to-17-year-old age group were vaccinated over the next four months, the CDC estimates that there could be 30 to 40 'mild, self-limited cases' of myocarditis, which is inflammation of the heart muscle.

Jun 25 10:27

CDC Reports 51% Increase in Suicide Attempts Among Teenage Girls

By Brett Cooper

Beth Palmer was 17 and dreaming of becoming a singer in March 2020 when the United Kingdom went into lockdown because of the coronavirus. One month later, she was dead.

“She was a wonderful, wonderful daughter. She was just funny, she lit up the room,” said Mike Palmer, Beth’s father. “She was so affectionate and loving as well. She basically had the world at her feet. She had everything, everything to live for.”

Palmer didn’t die of the coronavirus. She took her own life.

An aspiring singer and vocal student at the Access Creative College in Manchester, Palmer crumbled in isolation. Her family states that she had previously shown no signs of struggling with her mental health. However, she claimed the mandated stay-at-home order felt like centuries...

Jun 25 10:15

Half of Adults Infected in Latest COVID-19 Outbreak Were Fully Vaccinated: Israeli Official

About 90 percent of new COVID-19 infections in Israel were caused by the CCP virus’s Delta variant, officials said, while adding that about half of the adults infected in the recent outbreak were fully vaccinated.

Jun 25 10:13

First COVID-19 Cases May Have Emerged in October 2019 in China, Study Claims

First cases of COVID-19 may have appeared as early as in the beginning of October 2019 in China, a new study by the University of Kent suggests.

First reports of the outbreak came from the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019, but later media articles claimed that there were earlier cases, too.

A statistical modeling technique used in this UK study suggests that the first cases may have appeared between early October and mid-November, with 17 November as the most likely date.

The technique was initially used to find out the date of the extinction of species. Scientists led by Dr David Roberts reversed it to establish the most probable date when first COVID-19 cases appeared. The same technique was used to calculate that the first COVID-19 case outside of China was in Japan on 3 January 2020; the first case in Europe happened in Spain on 12 January, and the first case in North America was in the US on January 16.

Jun 25 09:38

Rocket Report: China to copy SpaceX’s Super Heavy? Vulcan slips to 2022

About two months ago, we reported on China's state rocket company releasing a rendering of a spacecraft that looked a lot like SpaceX's Starship vehicle. Now, a senior Chinese space official says the country is modifying its plans for a very large rocket, the Long March 9. This booster, it turns out, also looks similar to the design of SpaceX's Super Heavy booster, which will serve as the first stage of Starship.

Jun 25 09:37

BA refuse to deny pilots died after covid jab

SOCIAL media is alive with the story that four British Airways pilots died within a few weeks of each other, with the suggestion that Covid vaccine is involved. A photograph showing condolence books for four male pilots at BA’s headquarters that was circulated on Twitter fanned the flames. As did a voice recording, allegedly from the independent radio station English 909, with a man saying: ‘Things are getting crazy here. I don’t know if I told you but my friend who’s a BA pilot, has just told me that they’ve had the third BA pilot die in the last seven days. The first two were in their 40s and 50s and the third in his mid-thirties. Perfectly fit, no underlying conditions. Gets his second jab and he’s dead within days. Exactly the same as the first two . . .’

Jun 25 09:36

The graph (from Imperial College) that shows lockdown is pointless

THIS graph is the Covid-19 epidemic curve for England, reconstructed by Imperial College’s REACT antibody survey by asking those who tested positive in an antibody test when their symptoms began. I’ve added the start dates for lockdowns in red and the end dates in blue.

It’s a very useful graph because it does not involve any PCR tests at all, only lateral flow immunoassay tests, self-administered at home. This means it does not suffer from the problem of detecting non-infectious virus as it is not detecting virus at all but antibodies. (Its specificity is reported as 98.6 per cent, giving it a 1.4 per cent background false positive rate, which the researchers adjust for.) This means, for example, that the epidemic decline is much faster than in the familiar ‘case’ curves, and the curves are more symmetrical.

What does it show? Here’s what I take from it. You might see more.

Jun 25 09:16

Rapid Covid tests used in mass UK programme get scathing US report

Innova tests’ performance not proven and they should be returned to manufacturer or thrown in bin, says FDA

Jun 25 09:15

Pupils are using FRUIT JUICE to get false positive Covid test results as schools issue warning to parents to be 'vigilant'

Pupils have been using fruit juice to get false positive Covid-19 test results as schools warn parents to be 'vigilant'.

When droplets of orange juice or fizzy drinks like coca-cola are placed on a lateral flow test it can produce a positive result because the acidity of the drink destroys the antibody proteins in the test.

And although it does not work every time, viral videos on Tik Tok and Instagram have been encouraging children across the UK to try the trick to get out of going to school.

One video seen by MailOnline was captioned 'fed up of going to school? Want to get a positive covid test? Use orange juice'.

Jun 25 09:10

Study: Fewer Cases of Autism, Allergies in Unvaccinated Children

A study published this month in the Journal of Translational Science found children who were fully or partially vaccinated were diagnosed with autism, severe allergies, gastrointestinal disorders, asthma, recurring ear infections and ADD/ADHD more often than children who were completely unvaccinated.

Jun 25 08:17

Study: Rainwater in the Great Lakes contaminated with dangerous levels of “forever chemicals”

New monitoring data shows that rainwater in the Great Lakes contains dangerous levels of “forever chemicals,” or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

Researchers with the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network, a monitoring program funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and managed by Indiana University, collected samples of ambient air and rainwater from six different sites across the Great Lakes region: Cleveland, Chicago, Ontario in Canada, Sturgeon Point in New York, as well as Sleeping Bear Dunes and Eagle Harbor in Michigan.

After measuring the concentrations of several different chemicals, the researchers found that there were more PFAS in the samples at each testing site than other pollutants. This finding showed that PFAS are major contaminants in the region and they are now in snow and rain.

Jun 25 04:17

Northeast China rivers reach historic levels amid persistent heavy rain

Persistent heavy downpours have caused 13 rivers to rise to record levels in parts of northeastern China, the Ministry of Water Resources reported Saturday, June 19, 2021. As of Tuesday, June 22, provincial authorities in Heilongjiang upgraded to a level two emergency response.

Several parts of northeastern China have been hit by incessant heavy rains since last week, prompting authorities to warn people of flooding as water levels in the region's rivers reach historic levels.

The ministry said 13 rivers, mostly in Heilongjiang, have hit above-normal water levels.

The affected rivers included the main stream and tributaries of the upper reaches of Heilongjiang, the Emur River, Pangu River, and Huma River, and the Dobukur River and Gan River, the upper tributaries of the Nenjiang River in Inner Mongolia.

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"Those danged Chinese are stealing our rain!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 25 04:13

Violent lava fountains at Etna, ash rises up to 10 km (32 800 feet) a.s.l., Italy

Increased activity continues at Etna volcano, Italy, with numerous violent paroxysmal eruptive episodes and ash rising up to 10 km (32 800 feet) above sea level. Over the past couple of days, the Aviation Color Code was mostly Red.

Strombolian activity at the Southeast Crater increased again at 23:50 UTC on June 24. This activity gradually evolved into lava fountaining by 01:00 UTC on June 25. A lava overflow was recorded at 01:15 UTC, spreading in an SW direction.

Lava fountaining episode ended at 01:48 UTC but weak Strombolian activity continued.

Jun 24 13:18

EPA Inaction Blamed as US Bees Suffer Second Highest Colony Losses on Record

By Andrea Germanos

Beekeepers this year in the United States reported the second highest annual loss of managed honey bee colonies since records began in 2006, according to results of a nationwide survey released Wednesday.

The non-profit Bee Informed Partnership (BIP) said in its preliminary analysis that beekeepers—ranging from small backyard keepers to commercial operations—lost 45.5% of their colonies between April 2020 and April 2021. The results are based on a survey of over 3,300 U.S. beekeepers managing a combined 192,384 colonies...

Jun 24 11:26

Thousands of flights cancelled as vaccinated pilots fall ill or die

According to a 2014 study published in the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, pilots suffer an increased risk of clotting issues due to frequent and prolonged air travel. Pilots are encouraged to be aware of the signs of deep venous thrombosis and clotting issues and take preventative measures such as compression stockings and stretching of their legs during long flights.

Medical News Today published a study on June 15th, 2021 that showed an increased risk of blood clotting and low platelets in AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine recipients. Some scientists hypothesize that since the ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) in the shot causes a full body reaction, once the vaccine comes into contact with platelets inside the human body, the vaccine activates those platelets, causing them to change shape and transmit chemical signals to the immune system. Those platelets send out platelet factor 4 (PF4), which regulates blood clotting.

Jun 24 11:24

Norway Says Risk Of Dying From AstraZeneca CoviShield Vaccine Higher Than Of COVID-19

Norway has announced that you are at a greater risk of dying from AstraZeneca vaccine branded as Covishield in India than from COVID-19. While waiting for the final decision on the controversial vaccine, Norway has meanwhile decided to offload its stock of AstraZeneca to fellow Nordic countries that actually want to use them despite the associated risks.

Jun 24 11:23

mRNA inventor says young adults shouldn't have to get COVID vaccine

The inventor of mRNA vaccines said 'the government is not being transparent about the risks' of the COVID-19 vaccine after YouTube deleted a video where he discussed potential risks for young adults and teens.

Dr. Robert Malone, who invented the mRNA technology that's now being used in the COVID-19 vaccine, told Fox's Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night that there isn't enough data about the risks for these age groups and doesn't believe they should be forced to get vaccinated.

'I don't think the benefits outweigh the risks in that cohort,' said Malone, referring to people in the 18 to 22 age bracket, 'but unfortunately the risk-benefit analysis is not being done.'

Jun 24 11:22

Unvaccinated West Point cadets getting bullied and punished, families say

Unvaccinated cadets at the US Military Academy at West Point are getting singled out, bullied and unfairly punished — even if they have COVID-19 immunity from earlier infections, according to a report.

All but around three dozen of the 4,500 students at the centuries-old New York training academy have been vaccinated — with a spreadsheet showing the cadets’ status getting widely circulated, Fox News said.

Those not vaccinated are derided as “diseased” and “dirty” and treated as outcasts — and punished for violating mask and social distancing mandates, even after statewide restrictions have been lifted, cadets and their families told Sean Hannity.

Jun 24 11:08

Calm Anxiety Naturally: 7 Top Substances

By GreenMedInfo Research Group

In the face of the mounting costs of anxiety in the U.S. and globally, here are seven substances that act as natural anti-anxiety agents and may make a difference in addressing the unprecedented levels of stress people are facing today, in the wake of the COVID crisis.

In the U.S., nearly 1 in 3 individuals will experience an anxiety disorder in their lifetime, and diagnoses are surging among young people in particular. Direct health care costs go above $40 billion every year, and its recurring nature leads to sustained costs for individuals, families and entire societies.

The good news is nature offers anxiety relief in abundance. Here are some substances to calm your mind naturally...

Jun 24 10:54

License Plate Readers Are Ticketing Cars For Polluting The Air

By MassPrivateI

Forget all the exaggerated claims public officials told you about CCTV cameras and public safety. Move over Vision Zero proponents, because there is a new player in town.

License plate readers that can ID and fine vehicles for polluting the air will soon be coming to a city near you.

Siemens Mobility, the license plate reader company that made over €14.2 billion during the pandemic, has the audacity to try and convince the public that they are concerned about pollution in major cities.

It has taken Siemens only two years to combine license plate reading cameras with vehicle pollution sensors...

Jun 24 09:43

Hubble Telescope's ailing 1980s-era computer may not be as easy to fix as first thought as NASA says memory issues are a symptom not the cause and malfunction could be other hardware

The Hubble Space Telescope has been offline for more than a week because of a problem with a 1980s-era computer on the telescope and now NASA says the issue may be bigger than first believed.

'After performing tests on several of the computer’s memory modules, the results indicate that a different piece of computer hardware may have caused the problem, with the memory errors being only a symptom,' the US space agency wrote in an update on Tuesday.

'The operations team is investigating whether the Standard Interface (STINT) hardware, which bridges communications between the computer’s Central Processing Module (CPM) and other components, or the CPM itself is responsible for the issue.

'The team is currently designing tests that will be run in the next few days to attempt to further isolate the problem and identify a potential solution.'

Jun 24 09:40

Is this the end of InSight? NASA's Mars lander is not getting power due to Martian dust covering its solar panels and could end its mission in the less than a year

NASA's InSight lander is struggling to retain power as it explores Mars as dust is accumulating on its solar panels, which could result in its mission ending within the next year.

The American space agency announced Tuesday that 80 percent of the solar panels are obstructed by dust, leaving less than 700 watt-hours of power per Martian day.

It was hoped that winds would clean the lander and allow it to continue to collect seismic data on its extended mission, which was supposed to last until the end of 2022.

NASA attempted to remove dust from the top on InSight earlier this month using the lander's robotic arm, which trickled sand near one solar panel with the hopes wind would carry off the panel's dust.

Jun 24 09:18

Solar panels are creating 50 times more waste than predicted, and much of it is toxic. Our race to ‘net zero’ is madness

Solar panels are supposed to last for 30 years, and calculations about how much waste will be produced are based on that assumption. The trouble is that as the panels have got cheaper, and a bit more efficient, the economics have changed. Replacing them sooner could make a lot of sense, financially.

As the authors of the article point out, that could lead to a tsunami of solar panel waste: “If early replacements occur as predicted by our statistical model, they can produce 50 times more waste in just four years than IRENA [International Renewable Energy Agency] anticipates. That figure translates to around 315,000 metric tonnes of waste, based on an estimate of 90 tonnes per MW weight-to-power ratio.” And that estimate is just for domestic solar panel users. Throw in commercial users, too, and the mountain of waste will be enormous.

Jun 24 08:31

Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?

One remarkable aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic has been how often unpopular scientific ideas, from the lab-leak theory to the efficacy of masks, were initially dismissed, even ridiculed, only to resurface later in mainstream thinking. Differences of opinion have sometimes been rooted in disagreement over the underlying science. But the more common motivation has been political.

Another reversal in thinking may be imminent. Some scientists have raised concerns that the safety risks of Covid-19 vaccines have been underestimated. But the politics of vaccination has relegated their concerns to the outskirts of scientific thinking—for now.

Jun 24 08:27

Evil Hidden in Plain Sight

The COVID pandemic is ending up being the most important topic of our lifetime. It is not just about a gain of function created virus and the incredible human hubris that made it. It is about lies, deceit, political madness, an authoritarian takedown of populations worldwide. It is about human suffering and vaccine deaths and injury on a scale never seen before. It is also about economic destruction and a criminal mindset so horrible our minds can barely conceive of such evil.

Jun 24 08:15

Debunking A 'Chinese Defector' Story

It is sad to see how much Col. Pat Lang's intelligence judgment has deteriorated.

Here he goes crazy over a story of an alleged Chinese high level defector who allegedly brought all kinds of materials with him:

This man, as Chinese counter-intelligence boss looked around the IC and decided that he was most likely to survive an internal leak if he defected to DIA. That means that in spite of the fact that DIA had an internal Chinese mole (recently arrested at DIA request by the FBI), the rest of the agencies are worse in the level in Chinese intelligence penetration not only of their analytic people but also of their operations staff. How do I know that? Material from the defector (Dong) would not normally be shared with analysts if it had his name in it. His identity would be held in operational channels.
Clearly, this man believes that; CIA. army intelligence, naval intelligence, USAF intelligence and all the rest are heavily penetrated. pl.

Jun 24 07:52

CDC Finds ‘Likely’ Link Between Heart Inflammation and Pfizer, Moderna COVID Vaccines

During today’s meeting, members of a CDC advisory committee acknowledged 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds, and said mRNA COVID vaccines should carry a warning statement — but physicians and other public commenters accused the CDC of exaggerating the risk to young people of COVID, and minimizing the risk of the vaccines.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) said Wednesday there is a “likely association” of “mild” heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults after vaccination with an mRNA COVID vaccine and a warning statement is warranted.

According to a report by the COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical (VaST) Work Group, the risk of myocarditis or pericarditis following vaccination with the mRNA-based shots in adolescents and young adults is notably higher after the second dose and in males.

Jun 24 07:18

Smoking Gun! One Month Before COVID Outbreak, Fauci & Moderna Sent “mRNA Coronavirus Vaccine Candidates” to Wuhan Lab-Linked Doctor

Documents show Anthony Fauci’s NIH and pharma giant Moderna shared “mRNA Coronavirus Vaccine Candidates” with an expert who mentored the Wuhan bat lady and “helped test the COVID vaccine” over a month before COVID-19 was identified.

Originally posted by Axios last year, documents reveal the U.S. government and Moderna teamed up to send material transfer agreements to top specialists just days before COVID-19 was leaked in Wuhan, China.

The transfer agreement was signed by multiple parties between December 12th and 19th of 2019.

According to the official narrative, the World Health Organization (WHO) became aware of a pneumonia outbreak in the city of Wuhan on December 31, 2019.

Jun 24 07:16

NASA chief reminds Congress they’re the ones not funding a lunar lander

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said the space agency expects a decision from the US Government Accountability Office on a lunar lander protest by August 4. This would seem to set a firm timeline after which NASA can move forward with its Artemis program.

Nelson's comments came in response to members of the US House Science, Space, and Technology Committee asking for specifics on Artemis, which NASA intends to use to return humans to the Moon and eventually go on to Mars.

"I will have a plan to announce," Nelson said, referring to Artemis specifics and the protest timeline.

Later, US Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.) asked whether this plan would include a "resource loaded" schedule and budget for the Artemis program, and Nelson responded, "Yes sir."

Jun 24 07:15

Birds Use Quantum Mechanics to See Magnetic Fields, New Research Suggests

Many birds have a sixth sense. No, not seeing dead people: They detect Earth’s magnetic field, an ability that allows them to return to the same sites, year after year, during seasonal migration. Now, scientists have come closer to identifying the mechanism that our feathery friends use to feel Earth’s magnetic field—and it involves quantum mechanics in their eyes.

Jun 24 07:13

How many places does this have to happen before people will accept it’s real? Colombia is in the midst of a brutal third #Covid wave that began practically to the day when it started vaccinations.

Jun 24 07:05

Google official admits censoring COVID lab-leak theory

What constitutes "authoritative information"?

That's the question the Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson raised Tuesday night when he noted the head of Google's health division admitted at a recent Wall Street Journal forum that the Big Tech giant censored information about the possibility that the novel coronavirus escaped from a laboratory in China.

The Google official, David Feinberg, was asked by a reporter why Google was censoring searches for information about the lab-leak theory.

Feinberg essentially admitted Google was engaged in censorship, but he argued it was for the good of its users.

Jun 24 07:00

PM Trudeau confirms COVID vax passport will be live within weeks, and internationally by the Fall

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today confirmed his government is working on “two tracks” to proves one’s vaccine status for those that want to travel.

He said in the fall the government will be rolling out a “national certification of vaccination status” system that travelers can use to prove they’ve had the “full” two doses of the COVID-19 jab.

Jun 24 06:59

U.S. life expectancy decreased by an 'alarming' amount during pandemic

Average life expectancy in the United States plummeted in 2020, widening the life expectancy gap between the U.S. and other high-income countries. The decline was particularly sharp among Hispanic and Black Americans, a new study found.

Health experts anticipated life expectancy would drop during the pandemic, but how much it did came as a surprise.

“I naively thought the pandemic would not make a big difference in the gap because my thinking was that it’s a global pandemic, so every country is going to take a hit,” said Steven Woolf, director emeritus of the Center on Society and Health at Virginia Commonwealth University, who led the new study. “What I didn’t anticipate was how badly the U.S. would handle the pandemic.”

Jun 24 06:57

Coronavirus: The dangers of weak vaccines

Mutated coronavirus strains could escape a weak immune response and make the pathogen more aggressive. That way, even people who have already recovered could get infected again — and the vaccines would need updating.

Jun 24 06:48

Highlights - Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on the covid crimes of Anthony Fauci

Jun 24 06:22

UPDATE 1-Vaccinated Israelis may need to quarantine because of Delta variant

Israel empowered health officials on Wednesday to quarantine anyone deemed to have been exposed to an especially infectious variant of COVID-19, even if they were previously vaccinated or recovered from the disease with presumed immunity.

The decision followed a warning by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday over new outbreaks caused by the Delta variant, with daily infections rising after weeks of low plateau credited to Israel's record mass-vaccination drive.

Under the updated Health Ministry directives, vaccinated or formerly infected people can be ordered to self-isolate for up to 14 days if authorities believe they may have been in "close contact with a carrier of a dangerous virus variant".

Such proximity could include having been passengers on the same plane, the ministry said - a possible dampener on Israel's gradual opening of its borders to vaccinated summer tourists.

Jun 24 06:21

Kudos to WSJ Editors for Publishing Op-Ed Saying ‘Politics’ Not Science Behind Failure to Acknowledge COVID Vaccine Risks

Kudos to the editors of the Wall Street Journal, which on Tuesday published an op-ed by two physicians who said politics — not science — is behind the failure of health officials and the media to fully inform the public about the potential risks associated with COVID vaccines.

In “Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?,” Joseph A. Ladapo, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine, and Harvey A. Risch, M.D., Ph.D., professor of epidemiology at Yale School of Public Health wrote while “some scientists have raised concerns that the safety risks of Covid-19 vaccines have been underestimated … the politics of vaccination has relegated their concerns to the outskirts of scientific thinking.”

Ladapo and Risch highlighted the fact that clinical studies don’t always tell the full story about the safety of medications, and that the health effects often remain unknown until the medicine is rolled out to the general public.

Jun 24 05:59

Indian SARS-CoV-2 variant has unique infection and immune escape strategy say researchers

Researchers in Japan have conducted a study suggesting that the B.1.617 lineage of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) that emerged in India has evolved a unique strategy to facilitate infection and evade the immunity induced by vaccination or natural infection.

The SARS-CoV-2 virus is the agent responsible for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19 ) pandemic that continues to threaten global public health and the worldwide economy.

Bioinformatic analyses revealed that the mutation P681R is highly conserved in the viral spike protein of the B.1.617 lineage. The spike protein mediates the initial stage of the infection process when its receptor-binding domain (RBD) attaches to the host cell receptor angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2).

Jun 24 05:55

Strongest terrible storm hit Germany in decades ?????? mountains of hail and scary thunderstorms

Jun 24 05:54

Very thick Saharan dust cloud moving over the Mediterranean into Italy and SE Europe

A very thick Saharan dust cloud is moving over the Mediterranean Sea into Italy and Southeast Europe over the past couple of days. Coupled with exceptionally high temperatures affecting the region, this dust is contributing to lower visibility, respiratory issues, and lower Air Quality Index.

The worst affected on June 23 are Sicily and southern Italy, most of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, and western Greece. On June 24, dust cloud will spread over large parts of SE Europe, including Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia.

The worst affected on June 25 will be southern Italy and western Greece.

Jun 24 05:42

Copy of Moderna Vax patent application March 28, 2019

Key parts magnified United States Ciaramelia et al. US 2) Patent Application Publication Pub. No.: US Al HPIV3 RNA VACCINES (71) Applicant: ModernaTTX. Ine... Cambridge, MA (us) (72) laventocs: Gluseppe Ciaramella, Sudbury, MA (USk: Sunay Himansu, Winchester, (73) Assignce: ModermaTTX, In., Cambridge, MA (us) (21) Appl. No (22) Viled 28, 2019 Related U.S. Application Duta Continuation of application No, 16'040,981, filed on 2018, No. 10,272,150, which is No. filed on 10,054,934, which is 'of application No. PCTIUS2016: 058327, filed on Oct, 21, 2016 Provisional 2015, application provisional. No. No. filed oa Oct. 2015, provisional application No. 6 Ged on Oxt. 28, 2015, provisional applicat filed on Oct. 28, 2015, provisional ap- plication No. filed on Oct. 28, 2015, (43) Pub, Date: Aug. 8, 2019 provisional application No, filed Oxt. application No 2015, provisional application No. 2, 2015, provi sional application No 015, provisional ap- 837, filed on Oct. 22, 2015, No, filed on No.

Jun 24 05:35

London this Saturday, June 26th – the national march for freedom and non-cooperation with fascism. For all our sakes and especially the children the tyranny must end and it won’t end unless WE end it

Jun 24 05:33

Practicing surgeon and professor fired by College of Medicine for voicing safety concerns about COVID shots for children

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms represents Dr. Francis Christian, Clinical Professor of General Surgery at the University of Saskatchewan and a practising surgeon in Saskatoon. Dr. Christian was called into a meeting today [June 23], suspended from all teaching responsibilities effective immediately, and fired from his position with the University of Saskatchewan as of September 2021.

There is a recording of Dr. Christian’s meeting today between Dr. Christian and Dr. Preston Smith, the Dean of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine, Dr. Susan Shaw, the Chief Medical Officer of the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and Dr. Brian Ulmer, Head of the Department of Surgery at the Saskatchewan College of Medicine.

Jun 23 23:12

Massive testing drive in Scotland to blame for UK hitting ANOTHER four-month infection high with cases soaring to 16,135, deaths doubling in a week to 19 and hospitalisations rising by a fifth

Take a look at this video...

Here's a thought experiment based on flawed government logic.

Let's assume the PCR test is 100% accurate. If this is the case then it is clear that very few people are dying from the "Delta variant". If we also assume that lockdowns are 100% effective at preventing people spreading the virus then it is clear that isolation is the wrong approach. We should all be out hugging our neighbors while it's summer and we're full of vitamin D. This would mean that most people will catch the virus when immunity is at its peak and few will be affected, thus when the flu season hits most people will be immune to the "Delta variant".

The isolation mindset is guaranteed to kill more people in the flu season because viruses don't just disappear into the ether.

Just a thought...

Jun 23 19:05

Study Shows Algorithm That Predicts Deadly Hospital Infections is Far From Perfect — And Other A.I. Health Woes

By B.N. Frank

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology operates using algorithms. This doesn’t guarantee accuracy. In fact, earlier this month, Activist Post reported about an “Artificial Intelligence Hall of Shame.” The following systems seem to qualify...

Jun 23 14:03

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Bill Allowing Forced Vaccinations & Quarantines

As brainwashed political sheep, who only read headlines, celebrate Ron DeSantis’ so-called ban on vaccine passports, they failed to read the actual bill (S.B. 2006) that the Governor of Florida signed which gives the government and law enforcement the power to enact government sponsored, forced quarantines and forced vaccinations. -- The useful idiots who allow these RINOs to stay in power are of course applauding DeSantis for signing a bill banning vaccine passports; yet, they have zero clue that in that same bill, DeSantis signed off on giving the State Health Officer the power to quarantine and vaccinate people by “any means necessary”.

Jun 23 13:58

FLOTUS FLOP : Jill Biden BOOED on stage in Nashville as she slams Tennessee’s low vaccine rate and insists ‘you’re booing yourselves’

JILL Biden received boos on stage in Nashville on Tuesday as she slammed Tennessee’s low vaccination rate and insisted “you’re booing yourselves.”

Jun 23 13:21

Is NFL COVID “Vaccine” Policy Endangering Team Members?

By Neenah Payne

Is the National Football League endangering the lives of its players by pushing the COVID shots? There is a clear two-tier system of rewards and penalties to push compliance, but the NFL appears to be ignoring 5 key facts...

Jun 23 12:20

The Unfiltered Truth Behind Human Magnetism, Vaccines, And COVID-19

Recently, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny has claimed that the coronavirus vaccine is actively magnetizing people, stating in her testimony, “I’m sure you’ve seen the pictures all over the internet of people who have had these shots and now they’re magnetized. You can put a key on their forehead, it sticks. You can put spoons and forks all over and they can stick because now we think there is a metal piece to that.”

Fortunately, the science of magnetism has been extraordinarily well-understood for over 150 years. Here’s a look at the science behind this claim.

Jun 23 11:25

You wait all day for one flying cruise ship, then three come along at once! Amazing trick of the light appears to show a trio of vessels hovering off of Cyprus

  • Three cruise ships appear to be floating in mid-air off of southern city Limassol
  • Bizarre optical illusion has made the vessels appear to be flying above horizon
  • The phenomenon is known as Fata Morgana, created by temperature difference

Three cruise ships appear to be hovering off the coast of Cyprus in an amazing trick of the light which makes it seem they are floating in mid-air above the water.

The bizarre optical illusion has made the trio of vessels look as if they are flying above the horizon as they formed a line just east of the southern city of Limassol.

The phenomenon, known as Fata Morgana, creates a mirage when the sun heats up the atmosphere above the land or the sea, which creates a gradient of temperatures.

A layer of warm air sits on top of a layer of cold air, causing the light from the ship to bend as it passes through gaps in air currents.

Jun 23 11:11

It's 118 degrees in the Arctic, which sure seems bad

A heat wave is sweeping across the southwestern United States at the moment, but it's not the only place on the planet feeling some extremely hot temperatures. According to satellite images taken by the European Union, it appears that surface temperatures have reached 118 degrees in Siberia. Yes, that Siberia.

The blistering 118-degree temperature occurred on the ground in Verkhojansk, a small town in Eastern Siberia. It wasn't alone in experiencing astonishingly hot weather. According to the satellite data recorded by the European Space Agency’s Copernicus Sentinel satellites, Govorovo experienced ground temperatures of 109 degrees, while Saskylah reached 98.6 degrees during the heat wave. According to Earther, it's the hottest the region has been since 1936.

Jun 23 10:59

LEAKED CABLE: Hillary Clinton Privately Warned France that Wuhan P4 Lab May Lead to Bioweapon Research

In a leaked State Department cable from 2009, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that the Wuhan Institute of Virology could lead to “biological weapons proliferation concern.”

The cable, obtained via Wikileaks, was sent from the State Department in June 2009 to all embassies in member nations ahead of the Australia Group plenary session in Paris, September 21-25, 2009. The Australia Group is an international export control forum organized to prevent the spread of technologies and research that could be used in chemical and biological weapons. All Five Eyes nations are members of the group, including the EU, India, Japan, and South Korea. China is not a member of the group.

The cable stated, “We believe it is important to focus on emerging chemical and biological technologies, trends in the trade of CBW-related goods and threats.”