Finance and political commentators such as Catherine Austin-Fitts, Mads Palvig, Ernst Wolff and many others have been warning constantly for almost two years that this totalitarian control is ultimately the aim. Why would they be silenced if it were untrue? Why do we need vaccine passports connected to a digital ID to attend basic services? … More The Safety of Freedom
The World Council for Health is a burgeoning research based, public funded organisation offering counter measures in public health which are no longer available through corporate-captured global powerbrokers such as World Health Organisation. How easy it appears to have been to convince people that only by staying at home, and being surveilled beyond the home, … More Stop Living, Save Lives.
Professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University is one of the world’s ten most cited scientists across all disciplines. He and Oxford University’s Professor Sunetra Gupta are recognised as the world’s most renowned Infectious Diseases Epidemiologists. They have both faced a vicious backlash over the past 18 months, for daring to speak on their area of … More Making a U-Turn on Ludicrous
Recently I messaged a previous manager now working in management for a humanitarian NGO. I asked him to please review the pandemic response and suggested Nick Hudson’s presentation at the April 2021 BizNews conference. He replied “is it another conspiracy”. The blackout of ideas outside the consensus narrative is swift and unconditional. This person is … More More “Conspiracists”
The Research Institute for Development in Marseille, France, published this pre-print on May 1. Pre-pandemic SARS-CoV-2 potential natural immunity among population of the Democratic Republic of Congo More than a year after the emergence of COVID-19, significant regional differences in terms of morbidity persist, showing lower incidence rates in sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, and Oceania….. … More Pre-Pandemic Immunity
Kung Future in Cambodia are starting a maternal-child nutrition project with a small foundation sponsorship received recently. Unable to travel there, it is an Australian-English-Cambodian partnership underway with untrained local staff implementing the work via support through Zoom meetings. At a time when extra and intensive support is needed most in the face of hunger … More Politics, Poverty, Phylogeny and Poetry
Florence Nightingale invented the coxcomb during her time nursing soldiers in the Crimea in the 1850s. This pie chart demonstrated that more soldiers were dying from contagion (mainly cholera and typhus) than battle injury. It helped her convince authorities of the need for infection control practices. Another English influencer who used mathematical diagrams to explain … More Coxcombs and Bell Curves