Sweet Little Lies

The NZDSOS Truth Project is an opportunity for health care workers and others to disclose what they are seeing since the rollout of the injections. Two examples here, but there are many more at the link. Community Care Worker: I was fired from my support working job a few weeks ago because I medically could … More Sweet Little Lies

Truth Sayers

This man must not be given the right to make these announcements ever again. He should not be free and nor should the other criminals he is collaborating with to keep people in a state of fear.

River of No Return

On 17 April 1975 the people of Phnom Penh were expelled into the countryside by Marxist soldiers claiming it was for their safety and would be only for a short time. Dr Nal Oum was Deputy Director of the Paediatric Ward at the National Hospital at that time. In this interview with Jan Jekielek of … More River of No Return

Epic Fail

The point of public health interventions is to improve quality of life, and to save lives. Masks prevent wearers from seeing down, including a view of their own body and the floor periphery. An estimated 600,000 people per year die from falls and mask use is now a contributing factor, particularly for the elderly. Speech … More Epic Fail

Shaking the Jar

Event 201, sponsored by World Economic Forum and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was held in October 2019 in New York City. The last of about twenty simulated exercises held over the past two decades, it involved multiple players practicing how to respond to a pandemic of Coronavirus Associated Pneumonia Syndrome (CAPS). Described as “a … More Shaking the Jar

Cooking the Books

BBC interviewer:“How did Singapore handle the pandemic so well?” Singapore Health Official:“Your question should be “How did the UK not handle the pandemic so well?”” BBC interviewer:“What do you mean?” Singapore Health Official: “We followed the ‘UK Pandemic Response Protocol‘. The UK did not!” Oneday it will be a given that government ministers and health … More Cooking the Books