URGENT UPDATE!

We have an update to share from the people health alliance

We have received info this morning from a government source, that suggest the government will be bringing back the masks in approx two weeks and are preparing for civil unrest. At this moment, we have no reason to think this untrue, and the source is trusted.

In response, the core team are keen to ensure the messaging we now use keeps everything calm and the vibration high. Mass peaceful non-compliance is absolutely key. Gov would love to see unrest and violence spill out onto our streets so they can try and ‘increase security for our safety and bring in greater restrictions and visible control, so how we move forward over the next two weeks is critical to get right.

Peaceful mass non-compliance is what THEY can’t handle. They’ve got nowhere to go with it. There’s nothing they can do. But there are still many out there who will feel angry, resentful and reactive. It is up to us, and other groups across the U.K., to ensure we keep moving forward with building the new and peaceful refusal to comply. We must not allow this to play into gov hands. There are so many of us now that the gov can’t win this, but we all must stand firm in our actions and beliefs and continue to support those around us who may feel wobbly or reactive.

We have had word that Tesco have started putting up new mask stickers and we’ve no doubt other large organisations have been instructed to do the same so seems like this will roll out very quickly. This insinuates they are panicking, so it’s never been more important that PHA lead by example by staying in a place of calm positivity. The gov have nothing but are now in their death throes and will chuck what it can at us. Let them. Ignore them. Focus on those around you who are feeling the negativity and let’s make it our aim to focus that energy on achieving something positive in their local community.

Now is a time to show the world our unity and strength. Now is the time to reach those on the fence and show them there’s an incredible and powerful way to take action – Community Compassion and positive action. Gone are the days when the media and other nefarious agencies get to dictate the narrative. Counter at every move, all over social media, in your own conversations, stick our stickers on their stickers, posters out in your community, actions YOU take. Make them positive. Make them empowering. Make them about ignoring the morons in gov, and about building the new and caring for each other.

Let’s do this. Let’s end this war. And let’s do it with the biggest of smiles.

As we head into the eye of the storm, we must remember why we are here, why we are the ones who have been awakened and have been getting prepared for this moment. We have the power to help lead our fellow people into a space of power, peace and prosperity. Gone are the days of old. We build the new and we build it together. We have the power to end this attack on us swiftly, effectively and peaceably. They will do all they can to stop us. But nothing can stop us from coming. Nothing. There are too many of us now. Let’s make sure we do this OUR way. Not be thrown into panic or fear because of the threats they make or actions they take. They’ve got nothing. We’ve got everything. Let’s just help those who do feel the fear to find a way through it without violence or negativity. Let’s shine our light brighter than ever before and keep it simple. Ignore them. Peaceful mass noncompliance is the way forward.

EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT!!

PHA is going to be a sibling!!!

We are pleased to announce a new birth is due very soon… the People’s Food & Farming Alliance!!!

With food shortages incoming, an agricultural system that has been attacked for many years now, unhealthy food abound and an increasingly destructive impact on our natural world, the way we grow food and the practical production of food, needs to be changed. And it needs to be changed now.

Over the coming weeks, we will deliver our Community Food Growth Blueprint, along with practical plans, HUGE amounts of information and educational material, as well as guidance from some incredible experts.

In true People’s Alliance style, we are teaming up with other partners across the U.K. to secure our food future, bring stability and health back to our products and ensure we remove the toxic forces currently controlling Bigg by making them irrelevant. Our plans involve removing all the middlemen and taking back control of our food and ecosystems.

We ask you to kindly spread the word and keep your eyes peeled for important updates.

This takes all of us. The incoming harvest for autumn/winter 2023 looks dire. We HAVE to take back our power and make the urgent changes needed to ensure our smooth transition into a new world, whilst we not only survive, but we thrive.

None of what we do is tricky, it’s all very simple, but we can and must do this together.

We want to thank each and every one of you for the support you show PHA every single day. We are already bringing change and we are only TWO MONTHS old today! Who knows where we will be in six months, but every day we make a difference so we think all of us together will make this movement profound and successful. Thanks again, and we look forward to bringing PFFA to We The People over the next few weeks.


THE European Union just can’t get enough sanctions against Russia.

THE European Union just can’t get enough of sanctions against Russia. Several member governments arepushing for a whole new package in addition to increased military support for Kyiv. This will be Sanctions Round Seven.

Not all the EU nations are so gung-ho. Germany would prefer getting more out of the sanctions already in place. Then there’s the sensitive business of how the oil- and gas-guzzling members are going to cope with their self-inflicted ‘half rations’. Their newly drafted proposals include a definite commitment to military and financial support. Sweden and Poland are pressing for immediate disbursement of additional funds to Ukraine, drawn from the EU’s ironically named ‘European Peace Facility. Even this makes Germany a bit nervous.

As well it might, since the gas supply crisis is already exacerbated by the rise in the price of imported coal from a pre-conflict $80 per ton to over $330; at the same time, Green parties throughout the EU see their climate goals compromised by the re-opening of notoriously polluting brown coal mines. Hungarian PM Viktor Orban has rejected EU criticisms of his divergent nationally protective energy policy as being ‘supportive of Putin’, stating that the sustainability of Hungary’s economy is also in the interests of the EU.

From a policy intended to unite its members more closely and facilitate further eastward expansion, Brussels finds itself instead confronted by internal bickering and outright policy rejection. You have to wonder if the EU understands what it’s doing, particularly since the revelation that it has been pressing Lithuania – a member of the EU and Nato – to institute an effective blockade of the Russian exclave Kaliningrad.

The Kaliningrad region historically belonged to East Prussia. It was annexed by the Soviet Union after WW2, although since the independence of the Baltic States it has been physically separated from the Russian mainland. You can see a map here. The Suwalki Corridor, a 71-mile land border between Lithuania and Poland, connects Kaliningrad with Belarus, a staunch Russian ally, and is protected as a communications corridor between Russia and its exclave by the 2002 Joint Statement of the Russian Federation and the EU.

Kaliningrad’s geostrategic location has always been regarded as a potential flashpoint. It enables Russia to maintain its Baltic Fleet bases, allowing control over the Baltic Sea region and access to the Gulf of Finland, while at the same time restricting Nato access to the same, and affecting the potential security of Sweden and Finland. Memories in this region are long, and old conflicts are easily resurrected. At this time of outright conflict and relentless provocations, any move affecting the security of Russian territory can easily be seen as pushing Russia towards the last line of escalation.

Now that Lithuania has blocked vital deliveries of coal, metals and construction and technology materials from reaching Kaliningrad, Moscow has taken the bait, vowing never to trust the West again. For its part, Lithuania claims it is only ‘obeying orders’ by following the EU sanctions rule to which it is pledged. But to Moscow, this could well be the last straw. When retired general Evgeny Buzhinsky was asked ‘Is this a war with Nato?’ he replied, ‘Yes – what else do we do? Otherwise they’ll simply strangle us. We can’t stop, otherwise, they’ll deprive us of Kaliningrad.’ He sees ulterior motives in the development. ‘This is a long game to push us out of the Baltic, and attempt to block and cut off Kaliningrad, and finally take it away from us.’

While contact can be maintained via sea transport, Russian State television has warned that the attempt to isolate the region is – from the point of view of international law – a casus belli, a formal reason to declare war. (Latin-loving PM Boris Johnson should have no difficulty in understanding the implications of this.) General Buzhinsky has already called on President Putin to dispatch nuclear weapons.

Is Brussels genuinely up for this? In his book Flashpoints, George Friedman emphasises the keg-of-powder vulnerability of these regions, especially regarding Putin as Russian President and Nato as the only opposing military force of any potential.

US and European policies have worked consistently, since the fall of the Soviet Union, to turn former Soviet Republics into constitutional democracies, and have had success in the Baltic states and other Eastern European new members. This, claims Friedman, was always ideological rather than military. Putin, on the other hand, is a former KGB man, and his worldview is one of ruthless realism but little ideology. He has a deep loyalty to the state and a commitment to his country. ‘Intelligence people are cynical by nature . . . but they have not taken civil service jobs with mediocre pay and, for some, potential personal risk because they see this as a path to wealth and glory. Wealth doesn’t come with the job, and glory is rare in a life invisible to the world. Underneath everything is a patriotism coupled with deep professional pride that makes losing unbearable.’

Friedman believes that under Putin, Russia is looking to secure itself, not expand. In trying to expand, it would be faced with the potential power of Nato and the EU. However, he sees Nato as a shadow of its former self and constrained by its requirement to operate by consensus. The EU he considers a shambles. Even so, he considers that Russia benefits as much from a genuinely neutral buffer zone as from outright occupation. It does not want to dominate the region overtly, but it does want to limit the powers of Nato in the East and wishes to limit further EU integration.

Finally, he emphasises that the Russians are inherently drawn west out of fear. It is difficult to defend Russia from the north, and Belarus is indispensable as a buffer. But the fear stems from the three small Baltic states, including Lithuania. The countries themselves are not the problem, it is their geography: ‘The Baltic States are a bayonet pointing at St Petersburg.’ They could be used as a base from which to attack Russia. Hence the crucial significance of holding on to Kaliningrad. ‘The Baltics are the one place where Russians cannot relax. This is the immediate flashpoint in the borderland between the peninsula and the mainland.’

While the US remains a willing supporter of the West’s position, through finance and military equipment, this conflict remains for it a proxy war, being waged until the last Ukrainian standing. No US boots on the ground. The American administration is content to see the EU and Russia bogged down by military and economic mayhem, preventing either from assuming a global role which could challenge the US hegemony.

So, for the EU to goad Putin into military action against a Nato country, triggering the US’s obligation to come to its military defence, is the behaviour of a potentially fragmenting political entity punching well above its weight.

The Times reports that the EU will attempt to de-escalate the dispute with Russia over Kaliningrad, citing senior diplomatic sources in Brussels. One was quoted as saying: ‘It is not a climbdown but is about avoiding an escalation. The EU is not trying to blockade Kaliningrad.’

Soeren Kern, senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute, writes that the EU, which was praised for displaying determination, unity and speed in its response to Putin, was said to be facing a transformative moment that would allow the bloc to become a geostrategic actor on the global stage. One observer is quoted as saying the EU had become a top geopolitical protagonist and had discovered that it is a superpower.

But as the war has dragged on, European unity has collapsed and these superstate ambitions have been exposed as delusions of grandeur. While France and Germany have sought to appease Putin at the expense of Ukrainian sovereignty by going to the negotiating table, and thus reserving effective trading activities, the Eastern states see mediation as a humiliation for them and Ukraine. The Latvian PM Arturs Karins has stated that ‘peace at any cost is what we have done for 20 years with Putin. Peace at any cost means Putin wins. We end up losing’. And according to John Sawers, former head of MI6, failing to uphold Ukrainian sovereignty leaves Russia empowered to launch new military adventures in the future, while the Swiss Neue Zürcher Zeitung reminds us that the only check on Russia remains US military strength, which means that Nato is more important for the free West than it has been for decades.

Has Brussels thought all this through, while at the same time facing a potential recession, threats to the euro’s stability, a commitment to massive post-conflict reconstruction costs, and an overly optimistic expectation of Nato/US willingness to be drawn actively into a third world war? Is it prepared to stand shoulder to shoulder with that iconic example of emerging constitutional democracy – Ukraine – while its President Zelensky has just banned the country’s main opposition party and seized all its assets while locking up its leader and threatening to round up other political dissenters?

Is this the ‘Beacon of Democracy’ that justifies a nuclear conflagration?

Treacherous Treatments:

🇺🇸 In America and the Uk 🇬🇧

Treacherous Treatments: These Hospitals Are Committing Battery and Murdering People

Backed by Fauci and NIH protocols, hospitals receive a 20% bonus on the entire patient bill when they prescribe Remdesivir.

– 25.7% death rate

– 29.8% kidney failure or sepsis rate

Attorney Thomas Renz: “This is a mind-blowingly high number, especially when they’re trying to attack ivermectin where you see no side effects.”

“People are saying, ‘Don’t give me Remdesivir,’ and they’re doing it anyway. That is a battery. That is a battery under about any law that I can think of … The hospital doesn’t have the right to force you into something you don’t want.”

This is so spot on.

Once it’s appreciated that government lies all the time, you realise the worst thing is to let them lie to you even more, in your house.

Do yourself a favour. Exclude these selfish, stupid & temporary politicians from your entire family’s life.

If you’ve not listened to me

If you’ve not listened to me, try someone who spent half a lifetime on the inside of the financial system.

There are no limits to the way they can bring pressure to bear on each of you. They can deny you & your family food. They can seize your kids.

Once a digital control system is in place, there’s no escape or recourse. It’ll all be legal since your parliament will pass the laws.

I need you to commit yourself to informing other people, people who don’t yet know what you know.

If you won’t even risk a little embarrassment, maybe someone shouting angrily, how will you resist the next coercive step along the road to hell?

Your neighbours are scared too, I assure you. That’s why they react with such extraordinary passion when you question their beliefs.

I need your help. You need your help.

Will you do it? And keep doing it?

If you won’t, do you expect me to continue?

If not you, who? If not now, when?

Unaccountable OLIGARCHS are pushing fake ‘green’ agendas

Unaccountable OLIGARCHS are pushing fake ‘green’ agendas in order to loot and stockpile Africa’s resources, destroying biomes and culling populations with ‘vaccinations’.

A video comparing the “green new promise” of renewable energy to the harsh realities on the ground, highlighting the West’s entrenched lack of respect in its relationship to African people and Environment.

Video 12 minutes in the link.

with Robin Monotti @robinmg

and Nick Hudson.

https://odysee.com/@FreedomTirade:f/STOP-OLIGARCHS:5

The Glencore corporation was recently fined > $1.1 billion by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for looting and corrupting Africa.

Will Africa receive any compensation?

No.

The money REMAINS with the US SEC which oversees the looting of Africa

Only when we extoll the virtues of ethics above profit…

Only when we take back responsibility for our own health,

Only then will we change Healthcare,

and the World for the Better.

WE ARE ALL JULIAN ASSANGE

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