BREAKING NEWS AROUND THE WORLD HIGHLIGHTS

The regime may try assassinating Trump next, says former NYC police commissioner.

A day after the FBI’s 30-agent raid on President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate shocked the nation, former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik said the Biden regime may resort to assassination to stop Trump’s presidential bid in 2024.“I hear people talking, they said the Democrats want this guy so bad that they wouldn’t put assassination behind it,” Kerik told Newsmax Tuesday.“I’m gonna tell you something. They’ve tried impeachment, they’ve tried another impeachment, they’ve tried one investigation after another. This is about one thing, this is about stopping him from running in 2024,” he added.

Summer COVID wave driven by vaccinated public

Israel’s latest COVID wave, the eighth for those who are still counting, started in early June and is nearing its end.Just last year Israel’s prime minister, as part of the international coercion campaign against the unvaccinated, described the young and unvaccinated as “walking around with a machine gun firing Delta variants at people.”This was said even though the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) own data showed no difference in infection rates between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. That was in the summer of 2021.

Costa Rica: Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

Costa Rica President Rodrigo Chaves last week announced that the country’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, including any discrimination against the unvaccinated, has not only been struck down but is now illegal.“Today vaccines are no longer mandatory and any action against someone who does not want to be vaccinated is a violation of the law,” Chaves said Wednesday in a press conference with Health Minister Jocelyn Chacón.Before Chaves took office in May 2022, former President Carlos Alvarado took a heavy-handed approach to mandates. Under Alvarado’s leadership, Costa Rica became the first country in the world to force COVID-19 injections on children five and older.

Constitutional expert explains meaning behind 2nd Amendment

Constitutional scholar Prof. Eugene Volokh last month shut down the gun control argument with his explanation of the Second Amendment.“A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed,” reads the Constitution.Speaking for PragerU, Volokh put the amendment into historical context, clarifying what the Founding Fathers intended with the law.Most importantly, those who want to ban most guns because “you don’t need them for hunting” or because “you don’t need them for self-defense” are missing the point of the Second Amendment entirely because the Constitution’s Framers saw guns as having a very different purpose.

President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has to recognize the crimes of Ukrainian militants in Donbass

Politico editor Paul Taylor stated that the head of the Ukrainian state has to recognize the crimes of the AFU, which were mentioned in the report of the British international non-governmental organization Amnesty International. Human rights activists told the world that the AFU set up support firing points in schools and hospitals and thereby attracted the attention of the Russian army. Thus, civilian objects became legitimate military targets.“Of course, the organization’s report is inconvenient for Kiev and Western countries, but this does not make it incorrect or inaccurate,” said Paul Taylor.

Statement by the official representative of the DPR People’s Militia on the situation on August 12, 2022 (10:30)

The Ukrainian side continues to terrorize civilian population of the Republic with massive artillery strikes on residential areas and civilian infrastructure, which cause no danger and are not military targets.For the past day, according to JCCC information the enemy has fired 452 shells and mines from multiple launch rocket system “Uragan”, “Grad”, 155, 152 and 122mm cannon artillery, as well as 120mm mortars.The areas of 13 settlements of the Republic were under shelling. As a result of the Ukrainian aggression 4 civilians were killed and 7 were injured. 47 residential buildings and 7 infrastructure facilities were damaged.Additional information about the injured civilians and damage to infrastructure is being specified.The joint actions of the military personnel of the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation destroyed the following enemy weapons and military equipment: 3 units of automotive equipment, 2 armored personnel carriers and more than 20 personnel.Currently, works on the clearance of anti-personnel mines PFM-1 “Lepestok” (PFM-1S) is ongoing. We kindly ask you to be careful while moving, and also to strengthen control over children.

UK economy closes in on recession

Britain’s economy shrank in the second quarter, official data showed Friday, as the country heads towards recession under a new prime minister.UK gross domestic product dropped 0.1 percent in the April-June period after a rise of 0.8 percent in the first quarter, the Office for National Statistics said in a statement.The Bank of England (BoE) expects the economy to enter a year-long recession by the end 2022 as Britons endure a cost-of-living crisis with inflation at its highest level in decades.“With May’s growth revised down a little and June showing a notable fall, overall the economy shrank slightly in the second quarter,” said ONS director of economic statistics Darren Morgan.“Health was the biggest reason the economy contracted as both the (Covid) test and trace and vaccine programmes were wound down, while many retailers also had a tough quarter.”Morgan said this was “partially offset by growth in hotels, bars, hairdressers and outdoor events across the quarter, partly as a result of people celebrating the Platinum Jubilee” that marked Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne.The ONS added that the UK economy slumped 0.6 percent in June.Following Friday’s data, finance minister Nadhim Zahawi said he was “determined to work with the Bank of England to get inflation under control and grow the economy”.But Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not make “major fiscal interventions” before leaving office next month, his spokesman said on Monday amid calls for immediate government action to tackle Britain’s cost-of-living crisis.Johnson, back at his desk after a five-day belated honeymoon with wife Carrie in Slovenia last week, has been criticised for being absent as the BoE last week warned of recession.His trip coincided with Zahawi also being away on holiday, as the central bank hiked interest rates by the biggest margin in nearly three decades in a bid to stem surging inflation.Johnson, who last month announced he would step down on September 6 following a slew of scandals, is set to hand power to either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak after a summer-long Conservative leadership battle.Foreign Secretary Truss and Sunak — Zahawi’s predecessor as chancellor of the exchequer — have clashed over how to address the crisis.Truss plans an emergency budget to lower taxes and to review the independent BoE’s inflation-fighting mandate.But Sunak said tax cuts financed with more borrowing would force the bank to increase interest rates even more, insisting on the need to maintain fiscal rigour and tame the price pressures first.

Classified documents relating to nuclear weapons among the items FBI sought in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence search, reports Washington Post.

Billionaire Samsung Boss, convicted in bribery case, gets Presidential Pardon, will be “reinstated” to give him a chance to “contribute to overcoming the economic crisis” of the country.

FBI agents condemn threats against agency after Trump raid

FBI Agents Association said Thursday that the surge of threats against them after the raid on the home of former president Donald Trump encouraged violence against law enforcement and was “unacceptable.”Conservative politicians and Trump himself bashed the Federal Bureau of Investigation as “corrupt” and “politicized” following the raid Monday, in which agents sought classified documents that Trump had retained in violation of rules on official records.That was followed by a surge of violent threats against the FBI and Justice Department on social media and in conservative chat rooms.“Special Agents and their families should never be threatened with violence, including for doing their jobs,” the association said in a statement.“The threats made recently contribute to an atmosphere where some have, or will, accept violence against law enforcement as appropriate. It is not,” it said.The statement was released shortly after Attorney General Merrick Garland said he himself had approved the unprecedented raid on a former president’s home.Garland called the attacks on the FBI “unfounded.”“I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked,” he said.After the raid Monday, Trump issued a statement saying his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida was “under siege, raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents.”“Such an assault could only take place in broken, Third World Countries,” Trump said.Hour Republican leader Kevin McCarthy accused the FBI and the Justice Department of “weaponized politicization.”Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the FBI had become “an attack dog to help the Democrats” and Republican Congressman Paul Gosar tweeted that “we must destroy the FBI.”Another fervent Trump supporter, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, attacked the agency and spoke of “civil war.”“The FBI has gone rogue and is doing the dirty work of a communist regime,” she said on Twitter.“This is not a partisan or political issue,” the agents’ association said in their statement.“Calls for violence against law enforcement are unacceptable, and should be condemned by all leaders.”The statement also came after an armed man’s attack on the FBI’s office in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday which turned into a pursuit of the suspect into the countryside, in which the man exchanged gunfire with law enforcement.Officials later said the situation was later contained, without providing details. The reason for the attack remained unclear.

I know the name of the guy, he was shot dead. Ricky Walter Shiffer is the name of the suspect who attempted to breach FBI office and was killed later.

Boston Children’s Hospital Now Offers “Gender Affirming Hysterectomy” Treatments

Boston’s Children’s Hospital Says Kids May Know They are Transgender as Early as Birth and Offers “Gender Affirming Hysterectomy” Treatments!! Really? I have to say that these people have the cheek to call me and other people conspiracy theorists when they are suffering from some mental illness. There is no way a baby that is born can think “ hey, I wanted to be a boy” a baby knows nothing much than food, it has no idea if it’s having a poo or a pee. These people who are going on about being women are insane.

In Australia, the Ukrainian president was called a terrorist.

Australian writer and director of the Center for Counter-Hegemonic Studies Tim Anderson said that the President of Ukraine uses the methods of the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda (a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation), striking at a nuclear power plant in Zaporozhye. These are the methods used by Islamic terrorists in the Syrian Arab Republic.”Zelensky ordered his NATO-backed forces to use kamikaze drones and artillery to strike at the Russian-controlled nuclear power plant in Zaporozhye, in order to then blame Russia“, he said.Earlier, in the period from August 5 to August 7, the AFU used the MLRS “Hurricane”, fragments from the shells of which fell about 400 meters from the operating power unit of the nuclear energy station. The Zaporozhye administration stated that Kiev was trying to strike at a storage facility with thousands of tons of nuclear waste.

Thanks for reading

Dave

AGAIN, MONKEYPOX, why? because you are being told bullshit.

it is not respiratory, coughing DOES not transmit; DIRECT contact is means of spread, breakage of pustules, and lesions.

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My opinion is different from Dr Alexander. My opinion and also so far unproven in almost 3 years, is that Covid-19 does not exist, never has and never will. And I can tell you Monkeypox is still where it belongs. In the Equatorial jungles. I have done extensive research and have found irrefutable evidence that Covid-19 is a manmade computer-generated code and that the virus never existed. Many court cases were lost by the Uk and U.S governments by not being able to prove covid exists. Also, the PCR test is not fit for purpose and is still being used at 44 cycles when it was supposed to be at 32 cycles so it is giving a 99% false positive and only 1% of cases are genuine. Although they are classed as genuine, the body has billions of dead cells which are like memories, if you have had flu, seasonal cold or anything like that in the past EVER it can find them and class positive. At 44 cycles, it will find anything. Any nuclei can be found, but to find specific nuclei would take a long time. 

It definitely will not tell you a variant. So to class millions of people as a Ninja, Omicron, Cuppa soup or whatever pathetic name they come up with is absolute bullshit. Why? Because you needed to be terrified into having a vaccine that is NOT a vaccine because a vaccine needs to protect against contraction, spreading and becoming unwell. These jabs do not cover any part of the definition of a vaccine including having a live or deactivated virus inside them because it doesn’t exist. 

The same goes for monkeypox. Did you know that the UK government had already ordered and received their monkeypox vaccines? Oh yes, many months ago now. So these were manufactured and bottled and labelled and shipped and delivered and stored BEFOREthe virus reach 50 people. 

America ordered and has received millions. 

There is no monkeypox outbreak. Please believe me it’s another fear campaign that will be all over the media. More censorship of the professionals because only the paid professionals can be heard. Fake pics of monkeypox victims etc. Propaganda and scaremongering. 

Dr Alexander doesn’t seem to know that Covid-19 and Monkeypox do not exist and so in my opinion has not thoroughly investigated Covid-19 or the Monkeypox. 

I do not insult Dr Alexander as many other Drs have done the same data. 

Two reasons it could be. 

One, they are just following the public data that has been put out by NIH, CDC, NHSX, NHS, or Government websites etc. 

Two

They are staying on the right side of the wrong side because there are more financial victims on the wrong side. These experts all charge and are never free. 

I, however, never charge or even attempt to make money. Unlike Drs and Vets and any other practice that has the code 

“ First do no harm 

I do NOT CHARGE Because I believe that everyone should save lives for FREE when it comes to global crimes against humanity! Especially that Dr Hilary Jones who is in my opinion culpable for crimes against humanity and mass murder. Help who you can and spread the truth to stop people from being murdered by big pharmaceutical companies and our governments. It’s hard to believe but it’s a reality, and if people opened their eyes, they would see it. “ Cognitive dissonance “ is a real problem for many people. 

So here’s Dr Alexander and his paidSubStack post for free

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Dr. Paul Alexander.

I am a COVID-19 Consultant Researcher in EBM, Research Methodology, and Clinical Epidemiology and I informally provide support to some members of the US Congress and Senate.MONKEYPOXNO sex, NO anal sex, NO abrasive physical contact if infected, no kissing, no semen transfer if there is rectal tearing or suspicions of this, if tissue is torn, micro tears in sexual intimate contact.I open this first to the GAY and bisexual community. I think with the COVID injection, your immune system is so damaged, so compromised, you are so vaccine injured now, that what we are seeing is really other latent or tamped down pathogen emerging. We all face this, those who took these injections and I beg of you, NO MORE! Tell them phuck off! Shove the jab up their assess! Tell your doctor, shove it up his or her ass! The lipid nano-particle platform (LNP) was very very dangerous (we knew to fertility and ovaries and sperm) and we have subverted the immune system e.g. NK cells, natural killer CD 8 + T cells etc.To the GAY community, NO skin-to-skin please, for 2-3 weeks broadly across the entire GAY and bisexual community, globally, especially in the US, Canada, etc. If we could have been locked down for over 2 years and which caused suicides, school closures where kids killed themselves, if we could have masked up and stayed in the basement for 2 years over the lies of COVID, if we could not bury our dead, now we have a real actual issue, a real virus that needs physical contact where infected pustules, warts, lesions on the rectum, on the anus, get broken during often sexual contact or petting etc. When the rectal wall is torn in sex, micro tears, happens even in heterosexuals. DO NOT simply make this ‘my rights’ issue and I can do with my body as I please’ and ‘oh, so you want to interfere with my sexual preferences’…no, stop that, grow to hell up! This discussion is not about your rights for your rights end where my rights to protect me begin. Your rights end where you place me and society at risk. So stop, it’s not a rights issue, this is your health issue and importantly, you being dangerous and reckless and causing expansion to the low risk heterosexual community. You can’t stop the anal sex for 2 weeks????My friend Green reached out and shared and I thought insightful so I am sharing: “Paul, I gotta say this again. You can’t distinguish monkey from chicken pox. Look at the spread maps that Tedros the Terrorist has provided. MP in heavily jabbed countries, zero in country of origination, i.e. Africa. What do you want to bet that most of this is a smokescreen to cover up Herpes/Zoster/Chicken Pox reactivation due to jab immune injury in an already immune compromised gay population?”Green is right, so open the mind for all possibilities for we are dealing with malfeasants here at CDC and NIH and WHO etc. Pure malfeasants.Now you can see the ineptness and malfeasance of CDC and NIH, people like Francis Collins and Fauci and Walensky, Tedros of WHO, people so dumb, so stupid, yet openly brazenly dangerous…GAY community, tell them phuck off, do not listen to them, turn off CNN and FOX, do not listen to Ashish Jha, he is a snake oil salesman. They have placed you at risk as they did in 1980s with HIV…it is time, it is time to take matters into your own hands and among you, designate some leaders and get them out there schooling in the media, in every forum, the community of safe behavior now…no, no masturbating from a distance, no sex with clothes on, etc. That CDC guidance was pure utter insanity.I am saying, NO eff in sex, none, for 3 weeks, all of you, no multiple partners…NONE…turn it off. Why can’t you have one partner then? Why all these reported orgies? What is this about man during this high-risk period? Come on, you are risking yourself, your loved ones, the society at large. And the COVID injection has compromised your immune system so we do not know what will happen post infection. I hope you know that the COVID injection you took has you very vulnerable to getting the pox virus as well as responding so this is no game. Fauci and CDC and NIH and Bourla phucked you and us big time! This can get very serious. We do not know the clinical sequela post COVID shot so you have to stop the sexual or any skin to skin contact.This is for your own good! This is about your GAY and bisexual community being responsible and helping protect the rest of society with a virus that still is relegated to your high-risk group. This is about understanding it is not about being GAY, it is that this virus uses breakage of tissue and infected bodily fluids to spread and even heterosexuals who are infected can transmit by physical contact if one partner is infected and there is breakage of tissue in the direct physical contact. This is not about targeting GAYS or stigmatizing.As you see, this COVID injection, this mass injection, vaccination had been disastrous and a failure. Any rapid mass vaccination campaign and roll-out that uses a sub-optimal vaccine (such as the COVID vaccines) that delivers sub-optimal immunity, and vaccinating/injecting across all age groups, and done into a pandemic, that is, in the midst of an active pandemic when we are dealing with a highly mutable and highly infectious respiratory virus, then this can only be a recipe for disaster and failure with generation of dominating infectious variant after infectious variant that overcomes the sub-optimal immune pressure (via a non-neutralizing vaccine and antibodies), increasingly infectious, increasingly vaccine-resistant (due to viral immune escape), and inevitably more virulent variants. What am I saying? What has Geert been saying and Mike Yeadon? It is the mass vaccination of the population, using a non-sterilizing vaccine, vaccinating into a pandemic when there is massive ongoing infectious pressure, this is responsible for prolonging the COVID pandemic and making it more dangerous. If this COVID vaccine is not stopped immediately, this pandemic will continue for 100 years and get very dangerous and we can threaten humanity itself. Yes, Fauci, Francis Collins, Bourla, Bancel, Walensky et al. and I include Hahn and Moncef et al., can and could have threatened humanity. And are doing it.

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What Was Covid Really About? Triggering A Multi-Trillion Dollar Global Debt Crisis. “Ramping up an Imperialist Strategy”?

“And thus it renders more and more evident the great central fact that the cause of the miserable condition of the working class is to be sought, not in these minor grievances, but in the capitalistic system itself.” Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Class in England (1845) (preface to the English Edition, p.36)  

The IMF and World Bank have for decades pushed a policy agenda based on cuts to public services, increases in taxes paid by the poorest and moves to undermine labour rights and protections.

IMF ‘structural adjustment’ policies have resulted in 52% of Africans lacking access to healthcare and 83% having no safety nets to fall back on if they lose their job or become sick. Even the IMF has shown that neoliberal policies fuel poverty and inequality.

In 2021, an Oxfam review of IMF COVID-19 loans showed that 33 African countries were encouraged to pursue austerity policies. The world’s poorest countries are due to pay $43 billion in debt repayments in 2022, which could otherwise cover the costs of their food imports.

Oxfam and Development Finance International (DFI) have also revealed that 43 out of 55 African Union member states face public expenditure cuts totalling $183 billion over the next five years.

According to Prof Michel Chossudovsky of the Centre for Research on Globalization, the closure of the world economy (March 11, 2020 Lockdown imposed on more than 190 countries) has triggered an unprecedented process of global indebtedness. Governments are now under the control of global creditors in the post-COVID era.

What we are seeing is a de facto privatisation of the state as governments capitulate to the needs of Western financial institutions.

Moreover, these debts are largely dollar-denominated, helping to strengthen the US dollar and US leverage over countries.

It raises the question: what was COVID really about?Millions have been asking that question since lockdowns and restrictions began in early 2020. If it was indeed about public health, why close down the bulk of health services and the global economy knowing full well what the massive health, economic and debt implications would be?Why mount a military-style propaganda campaign to censor world-renowned scientists and terrorise entire populations and use the full force and brutality of the police to ensure compliance?These actions were wholly disproportionate to any risk posed to public health, especially when considering the way ‘COVID death’ definitions and data were often massaged and how PCR tests were misused to scare populations into submission.Prof Fabio Vighi of Cardiff University implies we should have been suspicious from the start when the usually “unscrupulous ruling elites” froze the global economy in the face of a pathogen that targets almost exclusively the unproductive (the over 80s).COVID was a crisis of capitalism masquerading as a public health emergency.Capitalism Capitalism needs to keep expanding into or creating new markets to ensure the accumulation of capital to offset the tendency for the general rate of profit to fall. The capitalist needs to accumulate capital (wealth) to be able to reinvest it and make further profits. By placing downward pressure on workers’ wages, the capitalist extracts sufficient surplus value to be able to do this.But when the capitalist is unable to sufficiently reinvest (due to declining demand for commodities, a lack of investment opportunities and markets, etc), wealth (capital) over accumulates, devalues and the system goes into crisis. To avoid crisis, capitalism requires constant growth, markets and sufficient demand.According to writer Ted Reese, the capitalist rate of profit has trended downwards from an estimated 43% in the 1870s to 17% in the 2000s. Although wages and corporate taxes have been slashed, the exploitability of labour was increasingly insufficient to meet the demands of capital accumulation.By late 2019, many companies could not generate sufficient profit. Falling turnover, limited cashflows and highly leveraged balance sheets were prevalent.Economic growth was weakening in the run up to the massive stock market crash in February 2020, which saw trillions more pumped into the system in the guise of ‘COVID relief’.To stave off crisis up until that point, various tactics had been employed.Credit markets were expanded and personal debt increased to maintain consumer demand as workers’ wages were squeezed. Financial deregulation occurred and speculative capital was allowed to exploit new areas and investment opportunities. At the same time, stock buy backs, the student debt economy, quantitative easing and massive bail outs and subsidies and an expansion of militarism helped to maintain economic growth.There was also a ramping up of an imperialist strategy that has seen indigenous systems of production abroad being displaced by global corporations and states pressurised to withdraw from areas of economic activity, leaving transnational players to occupy the space left open.While these strategies produced speculative bubbles and led to an overevaluation of assets and increased both personal and government debt, they helped to continue to secure viable profits and returns on investment.But come 2019, former governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King warned that the world was sleepwalking towards a fresh economic and financial crisis that would have devastating consequences. He argued that the global economy was stuck in a low growth trap and recovery from the crisis of 2008 was weaker than that after the Great Depression.King concluded that it was time for the Federal Reserve and other central banks to begin talks behind closed doors with politicians.That is precisely what happened as key players, including BlackRock, the world’s most powerful investment fund, got together to work out a strategy going forward. This took place in the lead up to COVID.Aside from deepening the dependency of poorer countries on Western capital, Fabio Vighi says lockdowns and the global suspension of economic transactions allowed the US Fed to flood the ailing financial markets (under the guise of COVID) with freshly printed money while shutting down the real economy to avoid hyperinflation. Lockdowns suspended business transactions, which drained the demand for credit and stopped the contagion.COVID provided cover for a multi-trillion-dollar bailout for the capitalist economy that was in meltdown prior to COVID. Despite a decade or more of ‘quantitative easing’, this new bailout came in the form of trillions of dollars pumped into financial markets by the US Fed (in the months prior to March 2020) and subsequent ‘COVID relief’.The IMF, World bank and global leaders knew full well what the impact on the world’s poor would be of closing down the world economy through COVID-related lockdowns.Yet they sanctioned it and there is now the prospect that in excess of a quarter of a billion more people worldwide will fall into extreme levels of poverty in 2022 alone.In April 2020, the Wall Street Journal stated the IMF and World Bank faced a deluge of aid requests from scores of poorer countriesseeking bailouts and loans from financial institutions with $1.2 trillion to lend.In addition to helping to reboot the financial system, closing down the global economy deliberately deepened poorer countries’ dependency on Western global conglomerates and financial interests.Lockdowns also helped accelerate the restructuring of capitalism that involves smaller enterprises being driven to bankruptcy or bought up by monopolies and global chains, thereby ensuring continued viable profits for Big Tech, the digital payments giants and global online corporations like Meta and Amazon and the eradication of millions of jobs.Although the effects of the conflict in Ukraine cannot be dismissed, with the global economy now open again, inflation is rising and causing a ‘cost of living’ crisis. With a debt-ridden economy, there is limited scope for rising interest rates to control inflation.But this crisis is not inevitable: current inflation is not only induced by the liquidity injected into the financial system but also being fuelled by speculation in food commodity markets and corporate greed as energy and food corporations continue to rake in vast profits at the expense of ordinary people.Resistance However, resistance is fertile.Aside from the many anti-restriction/pro-freedom rallies during COVID, we are now seeing a more strident trade unionism coming to the fore – in Britain at least – led by media savvy leaders like Mick Lynch, general secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT), who know how to appeal to the public and tap into widely held resentment against soaring cost of living rises.Teachers, health workers and others could follow the RMT into taking strike action.Lynch says that millions of people in Britain face lower living standards and the stripping out of occupational pensions. He adds:“COVID has been a smokescreen for the rich and powerful in this country to drive down wages as far as they can.”Just like a decade of imposed ‘austerity’ was used to achieve similar results in the lead up to COVID.The trade union movement should now be taking a leading role in resisting the attack on living standards and further attempts to run-down state-provided welfare and privatise what remains.The strategy to wholly dismantle and privatise health and welfare services seems increasingly likely given the need to rein in (COVID-related) public debt and the trend towards AI, workplace automisation and worklessness.This is a real concern because, following the logic of capitalism, work is a condition for the existence of the labouring classes. So, if a mass labour force is no longer deemed necessary, there is no need for mass education, welfare and healthcare provision and systems that have traditionally served to reproduce and maintain labour that capitalist economic activity has required.In 2019, Philip Alston, the UN rapporteur on extreme poverty, accused British government ministers of the “systematic immiseration of a significant part of the British population” in the decade following the 2008 financial crash.Alston stated:“As Thomas Hobbes observed long ago, such an approach condemns the least well off to lives that are ‘solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short’. As the British social contract slowly evaporates, Hobbes’ prediction risks becoming the new reality.”Post-COVID, Alston’s words carry even more weight.As this article draws to a close, news is breaking that Boris Johnson has resigned as prime minister. A remarkable PM if only for his criminality, lack of moral foundation and double standards – also applicable to many of his cronies in government.With this in mind, let’s finish where we began.“I have never seen a class so deeply demoralised, so incurably debased by selfishness, so corroded within, so incapable of progress, as the English bourgeoisie…For it nothing exists in this world, except for the sake of money, itself not excluded. It knows no bliss save that of rapid gain, no pain save that of losing gold.In the presence of this avarice and lust of gain, it is not possible for a single human sentiment or opinion to remain untainted.” Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Class in England(1845), p.275*Note to readers: Please click the share buttons above or below. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to our Telegram Channel. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles.Renowned author Colin Todhunterspecialises in development, food and agriculture. He is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) in Montreal.The author receives no payment from any media outlet or organization for his work. If you appreciated this article, consider sending a few coins his way: colintodhunter@outlook.com Featured image is from Red Voice MediaRead Colin Todhunter’s e-Book entitledFood, Dispossession and Dependency. Resisting the New World OrderWe are currently seeing an acceleration of the corporate consolidation of the entire global agri-food chain. The high-tech/big data conglomerates, including Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Google, have joined traditional agribusiness giants, such as Corteva, Bayer, Cargill and Syngenta, in a quest to impose their model of food and agriculture on the world.The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is also involved (documented in ‘Gates to a Global Empire‘ by Navdanya International), whether through buying up huge tracts of farmland, promoting a much-heralded (but failed) ‘green revolution’ for Africa, pushing biosynthetic food and genetic engineering technologies or more generally facilitating the aims of the mega agri-food corporations.

Children and the vaccine

Very early on, I took the chance to make a rough estimate that, if the toxicity of the c19 jabs in adults translated to children, I expected 50X more deaths from these injections than from Covid.

I got a lot of criticism for that.

My main point wasn’t digital precision but to illustrate that the risk from the alleged virus was so low that no intervention could possibly be justified.

It now appears it might be even worse than I thought.

Please do all you can to head off parents thinking of having their children injected.

Best wishes

Mike Yeadon

76 Doctors sign an open letter to the U.K government and other officials including MHRA

Below is a letter signed by 76 doctors in the UK, to the Medical and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and other U.K. Government officials. This letter lays out comprehensive reasons why the recent U.S. FDA decision authorizing COVID vaccinations in infants and young children must not happen in the UK. The letter is well-sourced and accurate. Let us hope that mainstream media here in the USA and the UK report on this letter in an unbiased fashion.

I have not changed or added anything to this letter except that everything I write or copy and paste is put through a professional grammar-checking software, so some words and sentences may be corrected or changed. They shall mean and seam the same and so not alter the meaning of the letter in any way.

the letter continues)

We are writing to you urgently concerning the announcement that the FDA has granted an Emergency Use Authorization for both Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines in preschool children.

We would urge you to consider very carefully the move to vaccinate ever younger children against SARS-CoV-2, despite the gradual but significant reducing virulence of successive variants, the increasing evidence of rapidly waning vaccine efficacy, the increasing concerns over long-term vaccine harms, and the knowledge that the vast majority of this young age group have already been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 repeatedly and have demonstrably effective immunity. Thus, the balance of benefit and risk which supported the rollout of mRNA vaccines to the elderly and vulnerable in 2021 is inappropriate for small children in 2022.

We also strongly challenge the addition of COVID-19 vaccination into the routine childhood immunization program despite no demonstrated clinical need, known and unknown risks (see below) and the fact that these vaccines still have only conditional marketing authorization.

It is noteworthy that the Pfizer documentation presented to the FDA has huge gaps in the evidence provided:

  • The protocol was changed mid-trial. The original two-dose schedule exhibited poor immunogenicity with efficacy far below the required standard. A third dose was added by which time many of the original placebo recipients had been vaccinated.
  • There was no statistically significant difference between the placebo and vaccinated groups in either the 6–23-month age group or the 2-4-year-olds, even after the third dose. Astonishingly, the results were based on just three participants in the younger age group (one vaccinated and two placebo) and just seven participants in the older 2–4-year-olds (two vaccinated and five placebo). Indeed, for the younger age group the confidence intervals ranged from minus-367% to plus-99%. The manufacturer stated that the numbers were too low to draw any confident conclusions. Moreover, these limited numbers come only from children infected more than seven days after the third dose.
  • Over the whole period from the first dose onwards (see page 39 Tables 19 and 20), there were a total of 225 infected children in the vaccinated arm and 150 in the placebo arm, giving a calculated vaccine efficacy of only 25% (14% for the 6-23 months, and 33% for 2-4s).
  • The additional immunogenicity studies against Omicron, requested by the FDA, only involved a total of 66 children tested one month after the third dose (see page 35).

It is incomprehensible that the FDA considered that this represents sufficient evidence on which to base a decision to vaccinate healthy children. When it comes to safety, the data are even thinner: only 1,057 children, some already unblinded, were followed for just two months. It is noteworthy that Sweden and Norway are not recommending the vaccine for 5-11s and Holland is not recommending it for children who have already had COVID-19. The director of the Danish Health and Medicines Authority stated recently that with what is now known, the decision to vaccinate children was a mistake.

We summarize below the overwhelming arguments against this vaccination.

A. The extremely low risk from COVID-19 in young children

  • In the whole of 2020 and 2021, not a single child aged 1-9 died where COVID-19 was the sole diagnosis on the death certificate, according to ONS data.
  • A detailed study in England from March 1st 2020 to March 1st 2021 found only six children under 18 years died with no co-morbidities. There were no deaths aged 1-4 years.
  • Children clear the virus more easily than adults.
  • Children mount effective, robust, and sustained immune responses.
  • Since the arrival of the Omicron variant, infections have been generally much milder. That is also true for unvaccinated under-5s.
  • By June 2022 it is now estimated that 89% of 1-4-year-olds had already had SARS-CoV-2 infection.
  • Recent data from Israel show excellent long-lasting immunity following infection in children, especially in 5-11s.

B.  Poor vaccine efficacy 

  • In adults, it has become apparent that vaccine efficacy wanes steadily over time, necessitating boosters at regular intervals. Specifically, vaccine efficacy has waned more rapidly against the latest Omicron variants.
  • In children, vaccine efficacy has waned more rapidly in 5-11s than in 12-17s, possibly related to the lower dose used in the pediatric formulation. One study from New York showed efficacy against Omicron falling to only 12% by 4-5 weeks and to negative values by 5-6 weeks post the second dose.
  • In the Pfizer 0-4s trial, the efficacy after two doses fell to negative values, necessitating a change to the trial protocol. After a third dose there was a suggestion of efficacy from 7-30 days but there is no data beyond 30 days to see how quickly this will wane.

C. Potential harms of COVID-19 vaccines for children

  • There has been great concern about myocarditis in adolescents and young adults, especially in males after the second dose, estimated at one per 2,600 in active post-marketing surveillance in Hong Kong. The emerging evidence of persistent cardiac abnormalities in adolescents with post-mRNA vaccine myopericarditis, as demonstrated by cardiac MRI at 3-8 months follow-up, suggests this is far from ‘mild and short-lived’. The potential for longer-term effects requires further study and calls for the strictest application of the precautionary principle in respect of the youngest and most vulnerable children.
  • Although post-vaccination myocarditis appears to be less common in 5-11-year-olds than in older children, it is, nonetheless, increased over baseline.
  • In the Pfizer study, 50% of vaccinated children had systemic adverse events, including irritability and fever. Diagnosis of myocarditis is much more difficult in younger children. No troponin levels or ECG studies were documented. Even a vaccinated child in the trial, hospitalized with fever, calf pain and a raised CPK, had no report of D-dimers, anti-platelet antibodies or troponin levels.
  • In Pfizer’s 5-11s post-authorization conditions, it is required to conduct studies looking for myocarditis and is not due to report results until 2027.
  • Of equal concern are, as yet unknown, negative effects on the immune system. In the 0-4s trial, only seven children were described as having “severe” COVID-19 – six vaccinated and one given placebo. Similarly, for the 12 children with recurrent episodes of infection, 10 were vaccinated against only two who received placebo. These are all tiny figures and much too small to rule out any adverse impacts such as antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) and other impacts on the immune system.
  • Also unanswered is the question of Original Antigenic Sin. It is of note that in a large Israeli study, those infected after vaccination had poorer cover than those vaccinated after infection. In the Moderna trial, N-antibodies were seen in only 40% of those infected after vaccination, compared with 93% of those infected after placebo.
  • There is evidence of vaccine-induced disruption of both innate and adaptive immune responses. The possibility of developing an impaired immune function would be disastrous for children, who have the most competent innate immunity, which by now has been effectively trained by the circulating virus.
  • The unknown is whether there will be any adverse effect on T-cell function leading to an increase in cancers.
  • Also, in terms of reproductive function, limited animal bio-distribution studies showed lipid nanoparticles concentrate in ovaries and testes. Adult sperm donors have shown a reduction in sperm counts particularly of motile sperm, falling by three months post-vaccination and remaining depressed at four to five months.
  • Even for adults, concerns are rising that serious adverse events are more than hospitalizations from COVID-19.

D. Informed consent

  • For 5-11s, the JCVI, in recommending a “non-urgent offer” of vaccination, specifically noted the importance of fully informed consent with no coercion.
  • With the low uptake in this age group, the presence of ‘therapy dogs’, advertisements including superhero images and information about child vaccination protecting friends and family all clearly run contrary to the concept of consent, fully informed and freely given.
  • The complete omission of information explaining to the public the different and novel technology used in COVID-19 vaccines compared to standard vaccines, and the failure to inform of the lack of any long-term safety data, borders on misinformation.

E. Effect on public confidence 

  • Vaccines against much more serious diseases, such as polio and measles, need to be prioritized. Pushing an unnecessary and novel, gene-based vaccine onto young children risks seriously undermining parental confidence in the whole immunization program.
  • The poor quality of the data presented by Pfizer risks bringing the pharmaceutical industry into disrepute and the regulators if this product is authorized.

In summary, young healthy children are at minimal risk from COVID-19, especially since the arrival of the Omicron variant. Most have been repeatedly exposed to SARS-CoV-2 virus, yet have remained well, or have had short, mild illness. As detailed above, the vaccines are of brief efficacy, have known short- to medium-term risks and unknown long-term safety. Data for clinically useful efficacy in small children are scant or absent. In older children, for whom the vaccines are already licensed, they have been promoted via ethically dubious schemes to the potential detriment of other, and vital, parts of the childhood vaccination program.

For a tiny minority of children for whom the potential for benefit clearly and unequivocally outweighed the potential for harm, vaccination could have been facilitated by restrictive licenses. Whether following the precautionary principle or the instruction to First Do No Harm, such vaccines have no place in a routine childhood immunization program.  

(Signed):

Professor Angus Dalgleish, MD, FRCP, FRACP, FRCPath, FMed Sci, Principal, Institute for Cancer Vaccines & Immunotherapy (ICVI)
Professor Anthony Fryer, PhD, FRCPath, Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, Keele University
Professor David Livermore, BSc, PhD, Retired Professor of Medical Microbiology, UEA
Professor John Fairclough FRCS FFSEM retired Honorary Consultant Surgeon
Lord Moonie, MBChB, MRCPsych, MFCM, MSc, House of Lords, former Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State 2001-2003, formerCconsultant in Public Health Medicine
Dr Abby Astle, MA(Cantab), MBBChir, GP Principal, GP Trainer, GP Examiner
Dr Michael D Bell, MBChB, MRCGP, retired General Practitioner
Dr Alan Black, MBBS, MSc, DipPharmMed, Retired Pharmaceutical Physician
Dr David Bramble, MBChB, MRCPsych, MD, Consultant Psychiatrist
Dr Emma Brierly, MBBS, MRCGP, General Practitioner
Dr David Cartland, MBChB, BMedSci, General practitioner
Dr Peter Chan, BM, MRCS, MRCGP, NLP, General Practitioner, Functional medicine practitioner
Michael Cockayne, MSc, PGDip, SCPHNOH, BA, RN, Occupational Health Practitioner
Julie Coffey, MBChB, General Practitioner
John Collis, RN, Specialist Nurse Practitioner, retired
Mr Ian F Comaish, MA, BM BCh, FRCOphth, FRANZCO, Consultant Ophthalmologist
James Cook, NHS Registered Nurse, Bachelor of Nursing (Hons), Master of Public Health
Dr Clare Craig, BMBCh, FRCPath, Pathologist
Dr David Critchley, BSc, PhD in Pharmacology, 32 years experience in Pharmaceutical R&D
Dr Jonathan Engler, MBChB, LLB (Hons), DipPharmMedDr Elizabeth Evans, MA (Cantab), MBBS, DRCOG, Retired Doctor
Dr John Flack, BPharm, PhD, retired Director of Safety Evaluation at Beecham Pharmaceuticals and retired Senior Vice-president for Drug Discovery SmithKline Beecham
Dr Simon Fox, BSc, BMBCh, FRCP, Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine
Dr Ali Haggett, Mental health community work, 3rd sector, former lecturer in the history of medicine
David Halpin, MB BS FRCS, Orthopaedic and trauma surgeon (retired)
Dr Renée Hoenderkampf, General Practitioner
Dr Andrew Isaac, MB BCh, Physician, retired
Dr Steve James, Consultant Intensive Care
Dr Keith Johnson, BA, DPhil (Oxon), IP Consultant for Diagnostic Testing
Dr Rosamond Jones, MBBS, MD, FRCPCH, retired consultant paediatrician
Dr Tanya Klymenko, PhD, FHEA, FIBMS, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences
Dr Charles Lane, MA, DPhil, Molecular Biologist
Dr Branko Latinkic, BSc, PhD, Molecular Biologist
Dr Felicity Lillingstone, IMD DHS PhD ANP, Doctor, Urgent Care, Research Fellow
Dr Theresa Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD, Director, Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy Ltd, Bath
Katherine MacGilchrist, BSc (Hons), MSc, CEO/Systematic Review Director, Epidemica Ltd.
Dr Geoffrey Maidment, MBBS, MD, FRCP, Consultant Physician, retired
Ahmad K Malik FRCS (Tr & Orth) Dip Med Sport, Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Kulvinder Singh Manik, MBBS, General Practitioner
Dr Fiona Martindale, MBChB, MRCGP, General Practitioner
Dr S McBride, BSc (Hons) Medical Microbiology & Immunobiology, MBBCh BAO, MSc in Clinical Gerontology, MRCP(UK), FRCEM, FRCP (Edinburgh). NHS Emergency Medicine & Geriatrics
Mr Ian McDermott, MBBS, MS, FRCS(Tr&Orth), FFSEM(UK), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Franziska Meuschel, MD, ND, PhD, LFHom, BSEM, Nutritional, Environmental and Integrated Medicine
Dr Scott Mitchell, MBChB, MRCS, Emergency Medicine Physician
Dr Alan Mordue, MBChB, FFPH. Retired Consultant in Public Health Medicine & Epidemiology
Dr David Morris, MBChB, MRCP(UK), General Practitioner
Margaret Moss, MA (Cantab), CBiol, MRSB, Director, The Nutrition and Allergy Clinic, Cheshire
Dr Alice Murkies, MD FRACGP MBBS, General Practitioner
Dr Greta Mushet, MBChB, MRCPsych, retired Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy
Dr Sarah Myhill, MBBS, retired GP and Naturopathic Physician
Dr Rachel Nicholl, PhD, Medical researcher
Dr Christina Peers, MBBS, DRCOG, DFSRH, FFSRH, Menopause specialist
Rev Dr William J U Philip MB ChB, MRCP, BD, Senior Minister The Tron Church, Glasgow, formerly physician specialising in cardiology
Dr Angharad Powell, MBChB, BSc (hons), DFRSH, DCP (Ireland), DRCOG, DipOccMed, MRCGP, General Practitioner
Dr Gerry Quinn, PhD. Postdoctoral researcher in microbiology and immunology
Dr Johanna Reilly, MBBS, General Practitioner
Jessica Righart, MSc, MIBMS, Senior Critical Care Scientist
Mr Angus Robertson, BSc, MB ChB, FRCSEd (Tr & Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Jessica Robinson, BSc(Hons), MBBS, MRCPsych, MFHom, Psychiatrist and Integrative Medicine Doctor
Dr Jon Rogers, MB ChB (Bristol), Retired General Practitioner
Mr James Royle, MBChB, FRCS, MMedEd, Colorectal surgeon
Dr Roland Salmon, MB BS, MRCGP, FFPH, Former Director, Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre Wales
Sorrel Scott, Grad Dip Phys, Specialist Physiotherapist in Neurology, 30 years in NHS
Dr Rohaan Seth, BSc (hons), MBChB (hons), MRCGP, Retired General Practitioner
Dr Gary Sidley, retired NHS Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Dr Annabel Smart, MBBS, retired General Practitioner
Natalie Stephenson, BSc (Hons) Paediatric Audiologist
Dr Zenobia Storah,MA (Oxon), Dip Psych, DClinPsy, Senior Clinical Psychologist (Child and Adolescent)
Dr Julian Tompkinson, MBChB MRCGP, General Practitioner GP trainer PCME
Dr Noel Thomas, MA, MBChB, DCH, DObsRCOG, DTM&H, MFHom, retired doctor
Dr Stephen Ting, MB CHB, MRCP, PhD, Consultant Physician
Dr Livia Tossici-Bolt, PhD, Clinical Scientist
Dr Carmen Wheatley, DPhil, Orthomolecular Oncology
Dr Helen Westwood MBChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG, General Practitioner
Mr Lasantha Wijesinghe, FRCS, Consultant Vascular Surgeon
Dr Damian Wilde, PhD, (Chartered) Specialist Clinical Psychologist
Dr Ruth Wilde, MB BCh, MRCEM, AFMCP, Integrative & Functional Medicine Doctor

A review of research shows climate change starts harming children before they are even born

by Bob Yirka, Medical Xpress

New England Journal of Medicine: Global Warming Causes Stillbirths, Birth Defects, Infant Heart Problems

Why is the birth rate in Germany dropping? What is going on with a 23% drop in live births in Taiwan? Why are births dropping 10% in Switzerland this year? Why is the UKHSA vaccine surveillance report not reporting live births since February, for which it showed a 10% year-to-year drop in live births and nothing since?

Fortunately, science has an answer for us. These baby problems have a known cause. It is climate change. Here’s an amazing article. It came out just in time for the birth rate scandal, which is obviously just a coincidence. 🤷‍♂️

This article refers to a study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a prestigious bellwether of medical science and a guide to all doctors worldwide.

It claims that global warming may cause many problems in developing and unborn children. “All children are at risk,” says the study.

Susceptibilities in Fetuses, Infants, and Children Associated with Climate Change and Exposures. Adapted from Haines and Ebi.12 Shown are examples of potential exposure pathways, susceptibilities, and potential health outcomes linking climate change with children’s health. PTSD denotes post-traumatic stress disorder. Credit: New England Journal of Medicine(2022). DOI: 10.1056/NEJMra2117706

Since the vaccine injuries by the millions, they are trying to find alternate causes for the injuries like myocarditis etc. They have come up with something for many of the injuries but this… This takes a certain type of person to believe this one.

What sort of person does it take? Generally, anyone is ready for their 4th 5th and 6th booster. If they still believe that they work, they will believe this. Climate Change is not really in the way we are told it is.

And even if it was, it would not be causing problems in anyone’s body. It’s just as outrageous as the “New has discovered in the atmosphere causing heart problems “

I have images in my mind of these idiots sitting around a table sniffing cocaine and coming up with these stupid excuses to cover up the vaccine injuries. I am almost waiting for “ Dolly mixtures cause blood clots, Scientists say “ Well here is the article they have released. We need to stop people from thinking what the TV says is true.

What I can’t understand is why after millions of us have told people that these things are happening ( which they don’t believe ) they won’t think “ oh we were told this, it must be true and it’s a cover-up, instead they forget we told them and they believe the most impossible things.

A pair of researchers from Columbia University and Stanford University, respectively, have found that children around the world are at increased risk of health problems due to air pollution and climate change. In their paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Frederica Perera and Dr Kari Nadeau outline the increased risks of pollution and climate change to children from before birth until adulthood.

Climate change impacts everyone. But unfortunately, it impacts some more than others. Rising oceans, for example, are flooding island nations. And those with limited incomes are finding it harder to survive extreme weather events, including heat waves. In this new study, the researchers found evidence that climate change and the pollution behind it harm children more than adults. They note that because their bodies are smaller and still growing, as are their minds, they are more susceptible to environmental conditions, particularly pollutants and heat.

To better understand how pollution and climate change are impacting children, the researchers studied research papers from a host of sources that described the impacts that pollution and climate change can have on them. They found what they describe as direct harm, such as damaged lungs and reduction in intellectual abilities. And they note that today’s children will also have to face changes to the climate that have not yet occurred.

In their paper, the researchers note that mothers breathing polluted air during pregnancy impacts children before they are even born. Prior studies have shown it can lead to low birth weights, early births and also stillbirths. Some research has also shown a link to inflammation later on in life. And sadly, some research has shown that chemicals in the air and other types of pollution can cause birth defects, including problems with brain development.

The researchers also found that climate change is resulting in the production of less nutritious food, and less food in general for people in some parts of the world. They also found climate change is making the world a more dangerous place for children to grow up in—more hurricanes, typhoons, tornadoes, heat waves and floods make it more difficult for children to survive to adulthood. Climate change is also expected to lead to more wars and other types of trauma, such as abuse from adults as tensions at home rise, and increases in the incidence of diseases. They suggest that some entities, such as those caring for children, may need to alter their practices to more adequately address the health problems of children now and in the future.

By Dave Begley

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