Pathologized Totalitarianism 101
So, GloboCap has crossed the Rubicon. The final phase of its transformation of society into a pathologized-totalitarian dystopia, where mandatory genetic-therapy injections and...
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How they plan to kill BILLIONS with the common flu: Covid vaccines induce "AIDS" immune system failure, opening door to death via common flu strains
Covid vaccines are increasingly recognized as depopulation weapons being deployed against humanity. But the mechanism of how they work is only now becoming clear. The...
1 day ago - Natural News
CDC Sounds The Alarm On Rising Flu Cases In Young People
Flu cases are slowly starting to rise in the U.S. People are understandably fatigued when it comes to talking about vaccinations, but now is not the time to ease up. While...
2 days ago - Scary Mommy
MENTAL PANDEMIC: What would have happened just 5 years ago with the seasonal flu if today's Covid hysteria were applied to it?
Candace Owens said it best in a tweet just recently: ““Experts” told you if you complied with lockdowns, censorship, masks and vaccinations-life would return to normal...
3 days ago - Natural News
Genetic ancestry can explain population-level differences in immune response to the flu virus
A new study aimed at explaining differential susceptibility to viral epidemics reveals that ancestry and associated genetic variation can explain population-level differences...
6 days ago - News Medical
'Worryingly low' take-up of flu vaccine among two and three-year-olds in parts of Wales
In one health board area just a quarter of preschool children in this age group have been protected against the virus
7 days ago - Wales online
Cases of flu rising among kids, young adults, according to CDC
Flu activity is still low in the United States, but more than 90 percent of cases have been among children and young people ages 5-24.
7 days ago - NBC News
Sinus Congestion Got You Down? Here Are Some Tips To Quickly Clear Things Out
We are living in a world that when you make the slightest sniffle you feel like you have to grab your mask and vaccination card so that the person next to you isn't terrified...
8 days ago - Scary Mommy
Flu Vaccine Demand Takes Off in India as Pandemic Raises Awareness
A pandemic-spurred demand for flu vaccines in India has surged since a devastating second wave of COVID-19 brought the nation's healthcare system to its knees earlier this...
8 days ago - Medscape - 6 articles
The WHO Is an Institution of Corruption
Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, an internal medicine doctor and former head of health at the Council of Europe, spoke with Planet Lockdown on the fundamental corruption at the World...
8 days ago - Mercola
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Sydney FC star can see hints of ‘Ange-ball' in new-look Jets
Kosta Barbarouses played for Ange Postecoglou's all-conquering “Roarcelona” team - and can see similar principles and patterns in the way the Newcastle Jets go about their...
Steve Simon, the man who took on Beijing on behalf of Peng Shuai
In the summer of 2018, Steve Simon made a deal. It was to be the biggest one of his career.
Testing of human remains raises hopes of identifying missing persons
A new forensic laboratory will examine hundreds of remains, hoping to identify some of the 2600 missing persons.
A light touch: Creating a sense of expansiveness in your space
By stripping back interiors while keeping important bits - think cornices or fireplaces - you'll help retain the inherent character of a place.
Second Shire Liberal candidate fails to declare developer links
Former mayor Kent Johns declared he was not a close associate of developers despite having helmed a company with them.
Horses for courses: Boss and Thompson both great in their own way
Two legends of the saddle - one a showman and one from the old school - have called time on their careers.
Unlikely tale of couple who kept shocking secret for 16 years
Olivia Colman and David Thewlis star in a new series based on a true crime that really is stranger than fiction.
Who are the real animals in Susan Orlean's book?
The New Yorker writer's essays are about animals, but they say a lot about humans too.
Extraordinary moments that changed everything: Ann Patchett's essays
The American novelist's essays show gratitude for people she has loved, lost, and those who have saved her.
Use Eye Cosmetics Safely
April is Women's Eye Health and Safety Month. Here are tips from FDA about storing, applying, wearing, and removing eye cosmetics.