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2021-09-13

We recently reported on the activities of the ECLJ (European Centre for Law and Justice) in investigating the funding sources of the Special Procedures of the UN Human Rights Council.

It seems that report may have touched a nerve at the UN.

"As expected, experts concerned by these practices - stung - were quick to attack, in a violent manner, not the content of the report, but the ECLJ and its director, Grégor Puppinck"

"it was on Friday 3 September that the attacks on the report culminated, during the annual meeting of the Human Rights Council's Special Procedures at UN headquarters in Geneva"

You get the gist!

Good to see the battle for transparency being carried right into the enemy's hallowed portals.

 

2021-08-26

Whoever created this video has done a sterling job on assembling the evidence, although the depressing background "muzak" is a turn-off.

Nevertheless it's a compelling compilation on a very serious theme that I have not seen so much elsewhere, let alone so well sequenced - although you may choose to mute the sound for much of it (but don't miss Yuri Bezmenov's clips at 25 minutes onward!).

How much of it is true? It's certainly hard to fault, and I suspect that you will all find something here to challenge your current viewpoint. 

As always, you must make up your own mind.

I recommend watching right through to the end (48 mins):

2021-08-03

For those of us who fondly cling to the hope that the Covid "pandemic" may be ending any time soon:

"the digital gulag on your cell phone"

"With the WorldReach acquisition, Entrust can help these organizations reshape government and travel service experiences around secure digital identities"

Do you want to know who may be pulling Boris Johnson's strings?

Watch and digest.

 

2021-08-03

ICAN (Informed Consent Action Network) has previously petitioned the FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) to ensure that the Covid-19 vaccine trials should be placebo-controlled in order to assess their safety profiles.

However, ICAN is concerned that the placebo control groups have now been offered the vaccine by the drug companies concerned, even though the safety assessments are not yet completed, thus compromising a scientifically reliable assessment of the long-term safety of these vaccines.

Read ICAN's legal update noting hat they have demanded from the FDA that the FDA should not reward these drug companies by authorising any vaccines which have no long-term safety data. 

 

2021-07-25

"... the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2 only"

"CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses"

Read the full announcement.

Of itself this would not invalidate the RT-PCT test technique (although there are many who consider it unsuitable, especially at higher amplification cycles), but it does affect the assay used by the test to identify the target molecular sequences to be amplified.

This announcement seems carefully phrased but the implication is clear enough.