Jun 02 05:11

The Biggest Flip-Flop Ever — Who's Going to Jail?

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has defended the natural-origin theory for SARS-CoV-2 since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic

In his biggest about-face to date, Fauci is now saying he’s “not convinced” the virus had a natural origin after all, and that we must continue to investigate “what went on in China until we find out, to the best of our ability, what happened”

Considering Fauci’s opinion has been used by mainstream media and fact checkers to censor any and all other experts, this very public 180 is no doubt causing embarrassment among mainstream reporters

Fauci is now also denying ever having funded gain-of-function research, even though there’s irrefutable evidence that he did. It seems he’s trying to redefine “gain-of-function,” such that none of the research he paid for will fall under that definition

Jun 02 05:08

Evidence from around the world suggests COVID vaccines are leading to more deaths and infections: French medical doctor

June 1, 2021 (Global Research) – This article by Dr. Gérard Delépine was first published on May 25, in French on the Global Research French language website –

This article demonstrates unequivocally that mortality and morbidity has increased dramatically as a result of the vaccine. The incidence of COVID positive cases has also increased.

“And everywhere they have been followed by a dramatic rise in new infections and mortality for several weeks or months.”

Dr. Delépine’s careful analysis of the pre and post vaccine trends for 14 countries around the world

The latest official figures for the European Union, which are rarely acknowledged by the mainstream media, indicate that from late December 2020 to May 22, 2021:

Jun 02 05:05

Bombshell: Fauci wrote in 2012 that benefits of gain-of-function research ‘outweigh the risks’

White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged in 2012 that controversial “gain-of-function” research carried the “remote” possibility of triggering a pandemic, but argued the benefits would “outweigh the risks,” according to remarks newly unearthed as worldwide COVID-19 deaths near 3.6 million.

Last month, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) confronted Fauci during a Senate hearing over the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH’s) role in funding gain-of-function (GOF) research — which involves intentionally strengthening viruses to better study their potential effects — at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Such research could have given birth to COVID-19.

Jun 02 05:00

Russian Cosmonauts Conduct Spacewalk Outside International Space Station

The station crew currently includes Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov, US astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Shane Kimbrough, and Megan McArthur, France's Thomas Pesquet, and Japan's Akihiko Hoshide.

Roscosmos cosmonauts and Expedition 65 Flight Engineers Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov are set to perform a spacewalk.

This will be the 55th Russian exit from the ISS, the first in 2021 and the first in the careers of both cosmonauts. In total, during the expedition, Novitsky will have to make three exits, and Dubrov will perform six.

Jun 02 04:55

Pro-Vaccine Researcher: “We’ve Made a Big Mistake.” COVID-19 Vaccine Spike Protein is a TOXIN Injected into the Bloodstream.

Listen to the scientists, right?

The pro-vaccine scientists, not the anti-vaxx conspiracy theorists.

That’s what we’re told, right?

Meet Dr. Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist and associate professor at University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Bridle describes himself as pro-vaccine but he relayed new research about the experimental COVID-19 vaccines that he admitted was “scary.”

In a collaboration between Dr. Bridle, other international scientists, and the Japanese regulatory agency, new cutting-edge and peer-reviewed research has made a horrifying discovery about the spike protein used in the experimental jabs.
(You can also hear this interview online at!podcast#description)

Jun 02 04:51

WHO official with ties to Wuhan coronavirus research thanked Fauci for dispelling ‘myth’ that Covid leaked from lab, email reveals

Washington's Covid czar Anthony Fauci received praise from a WHO official with ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for dismissing theories that the virus was man-made, newly released internal messages show.
Peter Daszak, who was part of the World Health Organization (WHO) team that traveled to China to investigate the origins of the virus, sent Fauci an email on April 18, 2020 in which he thanked him for pushing back against the assertion that Covid-19 leaked from a lab. The message is part of a tranche of emails obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request by BuzzFeed.

Jun 02 04:44

Fauci Emails Reveal Damage Control Scramble After ZeroHedge Spotlights Man-Made COVID-19 Theory

In January, 2020, when the World Health Organization insisted that COVID-19 wasn't transmissible between humans, and Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the risk to the American public from the virus was "low," officials at the National Institutes of Health were scrambling to perform damage control after a controversial - and now withdrawn - study suggested that there were HIV-like 'insertions' included in SARS-CoV-2.

The study, "Uncanny similarity of unique inserts on the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag," posited that segments of the virus's RNA had no relation to other coronaviruses such as SARS, and instead appeared to be closer to HIV.


Jun 01 19:11

Space pollution: Astronomers call on world governments to intervene on 5G satellites

A group of professional astronomers has made an international appeal to put an end to the 5G satellite madness in order to protect the astronomical sky.

Their formal request follows many of the concerns previously voiced by the International Astronomical Union as well as other institutions. They argue that sky degradation is coming from not just light pollution in the sky around cities; it is increasingly coming from artificial satellite fleets that create bright parallel streaks and trails, obscuring important views of the universe.

Astronomers worry the earth could soon be blanketed by tens of thousands of satellites, handily outnumbering the roughly 9000 stars currently visible to the unaided human eye and adversely impacting their ability to make astronomical observations, which in the past have led to incredible progress in our scientific understanding of how the laws of nature work.

Jun 01 19:09

More than 80% of children who received Pfizer’s covid injection suffered side effects

Pfizer and BioNTech have published the findings of a new Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” study on children, revealing that upwards of 80 percent of them suffer harmful side effects from the two-part injection.

The company released a 37-page “fact sheet” on May 19 outlining the current status of its vaccination studies in the context of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) emergency use authorization (EUA) provisions. The document reveals that the vast majority of injected children are now suffering side effects that could leave them damaged or traumatized for life.


The company’s “factsheet” explains that the injections were tested on 1,097 children and adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15. Of this, at least 866 of the children developed side effects, roughly half of which were described as “mild” and the other half as “moderate” or “severe.”

Jun 01 17:39

Canadian doctor: COVID response is slowly ‘dismantling’ ethics established after World War 2

A Canadian doctor and author of a declaration opposing attempts by the Canadian medical establishment to prohibit doctors from questioning the mainstream COVID-19 narrative says the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) is “dismantling the ethics put in place after the Second World War with the Nuremberg Code.”

“I was taught in medical school that the bedrock of the Nuremberg Code is a free and fully formed consent [for all patients]. To only promote the public health measures is a denial of the rights of those patients,” Dr. Patrick Phillips, who works as an emergency room physician in Englehart, Ontario, told LifeSiteNews.

Phillips, along with other Canadian physicians, helped author and then publish the declaration “For science and truth,” which came in response to a recent statement from the CPSO saying that doctors must not speak their mind if that would contradict the “official” government response to COVID-19.

Jun 01 13:23

The Vaccine Divide and Emerging Segregation Society

By Jesse Smith

The push to get everyone to take a COVID-19 injection may be the greatest social engineering project the world has ever witnessed. Governments, Big Pharma, corporations, celebrities, health professionals, and the media have been able to convince millions of people to take experimental “vaccines” based on technology never before used in humans. The FDA and CDC declared they were safe (minus a few expected minor side effects) after only a few months of clinical trials and rushed them to market well before the expected 18-month timeline. The tricks used to fast-track these vaccines for widespread use would make even David Copperfield green with envy.

Jun 01 12:39

'Potentially hazardous' asteroid BIGGER than the Space Needle will avoid Earth as it passes by today

  • Asteroid 2021 KT1 will fly safely past Earth on June 1 at a distance of roughly 4.5 million miles
  • The 'potentially hazardous' space rock has a diameter between 492 and 1,082 feet, or roughly as tall as the Eiffel Tower
  • It is considered a 'potentially hazardous object' as it has a diameter larger than 492 feet and will come within 4.6 million miles of Earth
  • The asteroid will fly past Earth at a speed of 40,000mph at 10:24 EDT
  • 201 KT1 will next make a close approach to Earth on May 19, 2058 and again on June 20, 2061
  • More than 25,000 NEOs have been discovered, up from 18,000 as of 2018

An enormous 'potentially hazardous' asteroid bigger than the Space Needle the size of the Eiffel Tower will zip past Earth safely on Tuesday at a distance of roughly 4.5 million miles, NASA JPL said.

The space rock 2021 KT1 has a diameter between 492 and 1,082 feet, according to NASA.

Jun 01 12:20

1,000 Lawyers and 10,000 Doctors Join Together and File Lawsuit to Prosecute the “2nd Nuremburg Tribunal” Against Corona Fraud Scandal

It is Time to Sue Based on the Nuremberg Laws?

We are being forced to take an experimental drug. Go to the California website for the vaccine and you will note a glaring omission;


If you sell aspiring, cancer or heart drugs or take Botox, you are told the risks—why is the government violating its own laws and refusing to publish the risks? This is why lawsuits are the only way to save lives.

“Fuellmich is licensed to practice law in Germany and the state of California.

He believes the frauds committed by Volkswagen and Deutsche Bank pale in comparison to the damage wrought by those who sold the Covid-19 crisis as the worst viral outbreak to hit the world in more than a century and used it to cause media-driven panic, government overreach and human suffering on a scale still not fully quantified.

Jun 01 12:17

Top Chinese mouthpiece suggests country prepare for nuclear war with US as Wuhan lab leak theory gains momentum

Hu Xijin, a top Chinese propagandist, declared recently that China should prepare for a nuclear showdown with the United States after President Joe Biden affirmed continued investigations into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.

What did Biden say?
Once decried as a conspiracy theory — despite a lack of evidence disproving the possibility — the Wuhan lab leak theory as the origin of the pandemic has gained significant footing in recent weeks, with high-profile scientists saying the possibility demands increased investigation.

Biden responded to growing confidence in the theory last week by calling on American intelligence officials to conduct more investigation into the pandemic's origin, including the possibility that COVID-19 leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Jun 01 12:12

61-Year-Old Woman Living Near Wuhan Lab May Have Been 'Patient Zero' - Three Weeks Before CCP Claims First Case

Three weeks before China admitted that a mysterious virus was circulating in the city of Wuhan, a 61-year-old woman who lived about a mile from several bat research facility was known as "Patient Su" at a local hospital, according to the Daily Mail.

Her identity was accidentally revealed after a leading Chinese official sent a screen-grab to a medical journal which partially revealed personal information, including the fact that she was admitted to the Rongjun Hospital in Wuhan, and "almost certainly lived in the Kaile Guiyan community on Zhuodaoquan Street, about 600 metres from the medical centre."

Jun 01 12:09

The center of the Milky Way looks like a work of art

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has delivered so many incredible images of objects and structures in space that it’s easy to forget that NASA has a whole lot of other space-scanning hardware working overtime to make new discoveries of their own. One of those is the Chandra X-ray Observatory which, as you can tell by the name, detects X-ray energy in space. It was designed to last roughly five years in space, but it’s already logged over 21, and it’s about to have its 22nd anniversary in a couple of months.

Chandra is an extremely powerful tool because it can ignore visible light and peer deeper into our own Milky Way galaxy than telescopes that view visible or UV light bands. Combined with observations made by the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa, scientists using data from Chandra have delivered a view of the center of the Milky Way that is just plain stunning.

Jun 01 09:16

Researchers Baffled by the Discovery of Enormous 'Supervolcano' Beneath Alaska

Volcano researchers discovered a potential supervolcano in Alaska, with one scientist warning it could have a "great global impact". In recent days, Alaska has been in the headlines after an eruption of its Great Sitkin volcano last week.

Emission of Volcanic Ash Into the Atmosphere
Last Thursday, the US Geological Survey revealed a red warning had been raised - showing that there is a possibility of significant emission of volcanic ash into the atmosphere. The Alaska Volcano Observatory said on Thursday a "short-duration" explosive eruption of about one-two minutes took place at 5:04 GMT, bringing about an ash cloud up to 15,000 feet above sea level.

"Since that explosion occurred, seismicity has reduced and satellite images reveal that the ash cloud has been separated from the vent and is moving towards the east," they added. According to the observatory website, Alaska is responsible for over three-quarters of all US volcanoes that have erupted during the past 200 years.

Jun 01 09:11

Space junk hit the International Space Station, damaging a robotic arm

(CNN)A robotic arm located outside of the International Space Station has been hit by orbital debris, but it's still functioning.

The impact to Canadarm2, first noticed by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency during a routine inspection on May 12, punched a hole in the arm boom and its thermal blanket.

"Despite the impact, results of the ongoing analysis indicate that the arm's performance remains unaffected," according to a release by the Canadian Space Agency.

While the exact object responsible for this damage is unknown, the space station is at risk of impact from objects too small to be tracked as it orbits the Earth from 220 nautical miles away. These tiny objects could be pieces of rock, micrometeorites, dust particles or even flecks of paint that chip off of satellites.

About 23,000 objects about the size of a softball or larger are constantly tracked by space agencies to ensure that they don't collide with satellites or the space station.

Jun 01 09:11

Virologists Say Genetic "Fingerprints" Prove COVID-19 Man-Made, 'No Credible Natural Ancestor'

Two notable virologists claim to have found "unique fingerprints" on COVID-19 samples that only could have arisen from laboratory manipulation, according to an explosive 22-page paper obtained by the Daily Mail.

British professor Angus Dalgleish - best known for creating the world's first 'HIV vaccine', and Norwegian virologist Dr. Birger Sørensen - chair of pharmaceutical company, Immunor, who has published 31 peer-reviewed papers and holds several patents, wrote that while analyzing virus samples last year, the pair discovered "unique fingerprints" in the form of "six inserts" created through gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

Jun 01 09:09

China Thought They’d Beaten COVID, Now the Indian Variant Is Surging

The Chinese government has taken the drastic measure of cancelling hundreds of flights and locking down several streets in the city of Guangzhou, which has a population of over 15.3 million, because of the rapid spread of the Indian variant of COVID-19.

The bustling city has had, until now, very few reported cases, but since the weekend, the number of new infections tied to the variant first identified in India and now known as the Delta variant, has been doubling daily, according to Chinese state media, which often under reports statistics about the pandemic.

“In this race against the virus, we must run a bit ahead and run faster than before in order to block the spread of the virus and cut off the infection chain in time,” Huang Guanglie, director of the Guangzhou municipal health commission said Tuesday.

Jun 01 08:46

Stressed Pets: How to Keep Your Dogs Relaxed When Leaving Them Alone

By Niki Khan, Nottingham Trent University and Jenna Kiddie, University of Cumbria

People around the world have been spending more time at home since the start of 2020. For many of these people, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to get a pet.

In the UK alone, an estimated 3.2 million households have acquired a pet since the start of the pandemic. Dogs were the most popular new acquisition (57%) with cats a close second (38%)...

This sudden increase in pet ownership raises concerns about pet welfare...

Jun 01 08:26

Fauci’s Hidden History And Secret Affiliations Finally Catch Up With Him

It doesn’t get any bigger that FAUCIgate.

How so?

Just look at what this capo di tutti i capi of the Medical Mafia — Dr. Anthony Fauci — has gotten away with since the beginning of this manufactured coronavirus pandemic and meticulously staged panic.

An accurate accounting of the countless deaths, widespread disease and community destruction, damage to the national and state economies, societal collapse and citywide devastation, bankrupted businesses and ruined families, etc. is simply too long to list here. Nevertheless, when the damage is finally assessed, few individuals on the national stage will be found as culpable as Dr. Anthony Stephen Fauci.

Only the Godfather of the Medical Mafia could have gotten away with such a catastrophic crime spree against the American people—IN BROAD DAYLIGHT!

Jun 01 08:20

Swansea University Developing Microneedle Smart Patch COVID Vaccine That Can Track Patient Reactions

Researchers at Swansea University are designing a first-of-its-kind, smart vaccine system that will deliver the COVID-19 vaccine and assess its effectiveness by tracking the patient’s associated reaction.

The research, which is being carried out by the Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies, will create the vaccine through microneedles to create a smart patch. By observing biomarkers in the skin, the device will concurrently measure a patient’s inflammatory response to the vaccination...

The Smart Vaccine Devices for Delivery of COVID-19 Vaccination project will be led by researchers with experience in using microneedle arrays for transdermal therapeutic drug delivery and diagnostic applications...

Jun 01 08:17

Filmmakers Take Aim at Lockdowns in “Follow the Science” Documentary

By Rebecca Day

For the arts industry, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Musicians saw incomes instantly wiped out when live venues were forced to close due to lockdowns. The film industry came to a screeching halt as production studios and sets shut down indefinitely. Countless individuals, from sound technicians to makeup artists, were labeled “unessential” by authorities. But being labeled unessential doesn’t stop bills from coming due, or your child from needing food...

The film plans to highlight scientists such as Nick Hudson from Panda, an organization who questioned sweeping, compulsory measures due to the politicization and manipulation of pandemic data. It will also include healthcare policy advisors like Scott Atlas, who speaks out against the erosion of personal liberties. Finally, it plans to feature individuals and families whose lives were torn apart by privileged authorities who didn’t have to obey the mandates they enacted on citizens...

Jun 01 07:57

FLASHBACK - US shuts down its biological warfare lab

America’s main biological warfare lab has been ordered to stop all research into the deadliest viruses and pathogens over fears contaminated waste could leak out of the facility.

Fort Detrick, in Maryland, has been the epicentre of the US Army’s bioweapons research since the beginning of the Cold War.

But last month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – the government’s public health body – stripped the base of its license to handle highly restricted “select agents”, which includes Ebola, smallpox and anthrax.

The unusual move follows an inspection by the CDC at Fort Detrick which found several problems with new procedures used to decontaminate waste water.

For years the facility used a steam sterilisation plant to treat waste water, but after a storm flooded and ruined that machinery last year, Fort Detrick switched to a new chemical-based decontamination system.

Jun 01 07:54

Coronavirus began in US, not China, Chinese official suggests

A spokesman for China's ministry of foreign affairs has lashed out at the United States' handling of the coronavirus outbreak, saying COVID-19 may have been brought into China by US soldiers.

Lijian Zhao, a prominent firebrand official with more than 300,000 followers on Twitter, took to the social media platform to suggest the origin of COVID-19 was in fact the United States, not China.

"When did patient zero begin in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals?" Mr Zhao wrote on Twitter.

"It might be US Army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan."

Jun 01 07:52

Rep. McCaul Calls COVID Virus Origin "Worst Cover-Up In Human History"

Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), the lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, on Sunday said it was “more likely than not” that COVID-19 originated from a lab accident, calling it the “worst cover-up in human history.”

“I do think it’s more likely than not it emerged out of the lab, most likely accidentally,” McCaul said during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“Let me say, this is the worst cover-up in human history that we’ve seen resulting in 3.5 million deaths, creating economic devastation around the globe.”

His remarks come amid calls for a deeper probe into the origins of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus following widespread concerns that the pandemic may have been sparked by a laboratory accident in China’s central city of Wuhan. President Joe Biden has ordered the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) to ramp up efforts to investigate the virus’s origins.

Jun 01 07:52

OSHA Suspends Requirement That Employers Report Vaccine-related Injuries

In order to encourage American workers to get vaccinated, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has suspended the legal requirement for employers to report work-related injuries resulting from vaccinations aimed at combating the CCP virus that causes the disease COVID-19.

This suspension of the law by OSHA does not change the fact that employers may be held liable under workers’ compensation laws or under civil personal injury laws, according to the nonprofit group Liberty Counsel.

Earlier in May, the website of OSHA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), stated that employers could be held liable if they required employees to receive COVID-19-related injections as a condition of employment and the employees then experience adverse reactions.

Jun 01 07:37

Why Covid rules on liquor, pot and telemedicine might last past the pandemic

From margaritas-to-go to marijuana deliveries to virtual doctor visits, the pandemic prompted states to ease rules to make life at home more bearable. But the looming end of emergency orders has teed up a lobbying frenzy in state capitals to make these Covid-era conveniences permanent fixtures in American life.

The rapid decline in new coronavirus cases as more Americans get vaccinated is spurring governors to consider winding down emergency declarations that made these perks possible. The adjournment of most state legislatures in the coming weeks is also fueling a sense of urgency to codify pandemic rules before lawmakers skip town for the year.

Jun 01 07:36

There Might be Volcanoes at the Bottom of Europa’s sub-ice Oceans

In about three years, NASA plans to launch a robotic orbiter that will study Jupiter’s mysterious moon Europa. It’s called the Europa Clipper mission, which will spend four years orbiting Europa to learn more about its ice sheet, interior structure, chemical composition, and plume activity. In the process, NASA hopes to find evidence that will help resolve the ongoing debate as to whether or not Europa harbors life in its interior.

Naturally, scientists are especially curious about what the Clipper mission might find, especially in Europa’s interior. According to new research and modeling supported by NASA, it’s possible that volcanic activity occurred on the seafloor in the recent past – which could be happening still. This research is the most detailed and thorough 3D modeling on how internal heat is produced and transferred and what effect this will have on a moon.

Jun 01 07:36

NASA Budget Request Revives Science, Maintains Focus on Lunar Landing

NASA’s first budget request under the Biden administration seeks funding increases toward science, STEM education, and the environment while maintaining its commitment to a lunar landing in just three years.

The 2022 presidential budget request, released this past Friday, May 28, is asking Congress for $24.8 billion. That’s a more than 6% increase from last year, in which NASA received $23.3 billion. Of this total, $7.93 billion would go towards scientific research, which represents the largest budget request for NASA science to date. Congress will now ruminate on the request and allocate funds as it sees fit.

NASA is referring to 2022 as the “year of innovation,” as the space agency hones in on science, aeronautics, space operations, space technology, and of course, the Artemis Moon program. Indeed, and as the budget request makes clear, NASA continues to operate under the assumption that it will land astronauts on the Moon in 2024, even if it remains an unrealistic target.

Jun 01 07:35

Censorship Alert

Dr. Luigi Warren was locked out of his Twitter account for "mis-information" because he said people who have taken the jab can shed spike protein.
Dr Warren invented the technology on which the mRNA vaccine is based, but I guess Twitter knows better.

Jun 01 07:31

New peer reviewed study on COVID-19 vaccines suggests why heart inflammation, blood clots and other dangerous side effects occur

Alex talks with Dr. Byram Bridle, an Associate Professor on Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph about new peer-reviewed studies that suggests there may be terrifying reasons side effects such as heart inflammation, VITT, and other serious issues may occur in those who have been vaccinated.

Let's get talking.

Jun 01 07:25

Mars: Nasa's Perseverance rover's first 100 days in pictures

Nasa's Perseverance rover is celebrating 100 Martian days (sols) since landing on Mars, where it is hunting for signs of past microbial life, and seeking to investigate the planet's geology and past climate.

Since touching down on 18 February, the robot has captured some amazing images from around its landing site, Jezero Crater, a 49km (30 mile) wide impact depression just north of the Red Planet's equator.

A small helicopter, Ingenuity, has also returned aerial images, having made history with the first powered, controlled flights on another planet.

Here is a selection of pictures sent back from the mission so far.

Jun 01 07:21


The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has begun an investigation into reports of myocarditis (heart inflammation) in people between 16 and 45 years of age after receiving either the genetically engineered experimental messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) BNT162b2 and mRNA-1273 biologics for COVID-19 developed by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) respectively. The cases involve primarily males and they typically occur within four days of getting the second dose of the shots.1 2 3 4

About 125 cases of myocarditis following vaccination have been reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since January 2021, but public health officials say the relationship between the heart condition and the shots is unclear. At least 17 of the cases reportedly involve members of the U.S. military.4


Webmaster's Commentary: 

That "... piece of genetic material" is experimental MRNA gene therapy, and that is why we have no understanding of what it will do in the human body, or what type of damage it will be capable of inflicting in the humans who got the jab with it, down the road.

Jun 01 07:17

117 employees sue Houston Methodist over COVID-19 vaccine requirement

The lawsuit claims Houston Methodist “is forcing its employees to be human ‘guinea pigs’ as a condition for continued employment."

HOUSTON — 117 employees have joined a lawsuit against Houston Methodist over its requirement that all employees receive a COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment.

According to Houston Methodist policy, employees have until June 7 to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs.

The lawsuit claims Houston Methodist “is forcing its employees to be human ‘guinea pigs’ as a condition for continued employment,” calling the vaccine “experimental,” since it was granted emergency use authorization but has not received FDA approval.

Jennifer Bridges, a registered nurse who has worked for Houston Methodist for more than six years, spoke with KHOU 11 last month and said she planned to sue the hospital. Bridges said then she just isn’t ready to receive the vaccine and told KHOU 11 she wants more time so the FDA can gather more data and research.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It will be interesting how this lawsuit proceeds, because it will provide precedent, for turning American workers into unwilling lab rats, as a condition of employment, if the suit is overturned.

And I, for one, bristle at this, even if Mike and I DID take the J & J jab, to enable us to visit my Mom, who lives in an assisted living facility closeby.

Jun 01 07:12

An Orwellian Reversal on the Origins of Covid

It’s been decades since I last read George Orwell’s 1984, but portions of that classic dystopian novel have become part of our common political culture.

There’s that famous scene in which an orator is giving a lengthy wartime speech at a political rally, praising the heroic ally of Eurasia and denouncing the arch-foe of Eastasia, but then is quietly handed a note partway through and completely reverses himself, vilifying the former and hailing the latter. “We have always been at war with Eurasia.”

Jun 01 07:09

Mach 30 wind tunnel to ‘put China decades’ ahead in hypersonic race

A Chinese physicist has said that a new wind tunnel in Beijing to be unveiled “soon” will put China decades ahead of the rest of the world in hypersonic technology.

Chinese Academy of Sciences researcher Han Guilai told an online lecture last week that the JF-22 wind tunnel, in Beijing’s Huairou district, was capable of simulating flights at up to 10km per second – 30 times the speed of sound. Together with an existing facility, also in Beijing, it would put China “about 20 to 30 years ahead” of the West.

Jun 01 06:59

61-Year-Old Woman Living Near Wuhan Lab May Have Been 'Patient Zero' - Three Weeks Before CCP Claims First Case

Three weeks before China admitted that a mysterious virus was circulating in the city of Wuhan, a 61-year-old woman who lived about a mile from several bat research facility was known as "Patient Su" at a local hospital, according to the Daily Mail.

Her identity was accidentally revealed after a leading Chinese official sent a screen-grab to a medical journal which partially revealed personal information, including the fact that she was admitted to the Rongjun Hospital in Wuhan, and "almost certainly lived in the Kaile Guiyan community on Zhuodaoquan Street, about 600 metres from the medical centre."

What's more, "Patient Su" became ill three weeks before China claimed anyone had been stricken with the novel virus.

The academic then detailed two more suspected cases reported to Wuhan doctors on November 14 and 21, along with several others before December 8 – the date that China gave to the World Health Organisation for the ‘earliest onset case’.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF in fact true, the CCP and its scientific community have some heavy explaining to do!!!!

Jun 01 06:44

Space Junk Damages Part Of International Space Station

Amid fears of increasing space junk in low Earth orbit, a robotic arm attached to the International Space Station (ISS) has been damaged by space junk.

In a blog post, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) said a routine inspection on May 12 uncovered a small, untrackable piece of space junk that struck Canadarm2, which is a Canadian robotic arm on ISS used to conduct station maintenance.

"Canadarm2 is continuing to conduct its planned operations," said the CSA. "The damage is limited to a small section of the arm boom and thermal blanket."

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Jun 01 06:32

Number of COVID cases in Delhi crashes after mass distribution of ivermectin

India has been suffering horrendously from COVID of late, and the complete death toll may never be known. But in the capital city of Delhi, mass distribution of ivermectin began and the results have been stunning.

Stephen McIntyre of Climate Audit posted a Twitter thread that includes this remarkable graph:

This result is consistent with the results of mass distribution of Ivermectin in Mexico City, as reported by James V. DeLong on these pages on May 21, 2021:

Jun 01 06:09

Edible COVID-19 vaccine made with tomatoes

Within a year, researchers at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL) would be in conditions to conclude the necessary trials for the production of an edible vaccine based on the intake of genetically modified tomatoes, which would stimulate the immune response of the body to generate antibodies against COVID-19.

Daniel Garza García, a biotechnologist of the UANL's School of Biological Sciences, is in charge of a team of six researchers that are searching for a way to battle the new coronavirus which, in less than six months, has infected over eight million people worldwide.

The Mexican scientist explains that using plants as a platform for the production of vaccines and drugs is an innovative strategy that offers important benefits for “made with plants” there are lower production costs, less time to obtain the antigenic product, and more security.

Recommended: IPN scientist develops UV robot for disinfection duties at Mexico's COVID-19 hospitals

Jun 01 06:08

"I'm So Sick Of Him": Matt Gaetz Slams Dr. Fauci At "America First" Rally

Jun 01 05:28

Covid-19 vaccine could become like yearly flu shot, say experts on Straits Times' panel discussion

A month ago, when the Covid-19 outbreaks in the United States and United Kingdom were 10 times worse than Singapore's, both places felt numbers were good enough to loosen restrictions and allow people to mingle more.

Singapore, at this point, tightened measures further, stopping dine-in at eateries and putting in place home-based learning for students, among others.

Professor Teo Yik Ying, dean of the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore, stressed Singapore's cautious approach in combating the virus at a live panel discussion organised by The Straits Times on Tuesday (June 1).

"On a per capita basis, the number of cases given the number of population each country has, Singapore's outbreak in May was actually 10 times less than what the UK and the US were experiencing at that time," he said.

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Jun 01 05:11

Vaccine researcher admits ‘big mistake,’ says spike protein is dangerous ‘toxin’

New research shows that the coronavirus spike protein from COVID-19 vaccination unexpectedly enters the bloodstream, which is a plausible explanation for thousands of reported side-effects from blood clots and heart disease to brain damage and reproductive issues, a Canadian cancer vaccine researcher said last week.

“We made a big mistake. We didn’t realize it until now,” said Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist and associate professor at University of Guelph, Ontario, in an interview with Alex Pierson last Thursday, in which he warned listeners that his message was “scary.”

“We thought the spike protein was a great target antigen, we never knew the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin,” Bridle said on the show, which is not easily found in a Google search but went viral on the internet this weekend.

May 31 20:03

Canadian Doctor Removed from Hospital Duty after Speaking out about COVID “Vaccine” Side Effects

By Brian Shilavy

Last month we published an interview with Dr. Charles Hoffe, a medical doctor for 28 years in the small, rural town of Lytton in British Columbia, Canada.

He tried to sound the alarm over the troubling side effects he was seeing in his community from the COVID-19 shots, which included one death.

The results of his trying to warn the medical system about what he was seeing are that he was issued a gag order and basically told to shut up.

He didn’t...

May 31 19:06

Ohio Bills Introduced to Cancel Vaccine Lottery and Abolish All Vaccine Requirements

By B.N. Frank

Ohio is one of 4 states where COVID “Vaccine Lotteries” are being held to encourage citizens ages 12 and up to “roll up their sleeves”. Lawmakers who don’t support the lottery have introduced a bill to cancel it immediately. They have also introduced legislation to protect Ohioans who don’t want to take any vaccines...

May 31 17:59

New Study Shows Our Natural Immune System Fights COVID Far Better Than Vaccine

The lasting value of vaccines is still unknown, but the power of our own immune systems is promising to be far more powerful. A new study has shown that people who have caught COVID could be naturally immune from the virus for a lifetime.

May 31 11:15

Nature’s Most Powerful Pain Relievers

By Dr. Diane Fulton

Nature has safe nontoxic answers to the crisis of over-reliance and addiction to pain medications with their known harmful effects

Pain is increasingly a part of everyday life for many people. The use of pain medications, including over the counter and prescription non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) — ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen and diclofenac — and opioids — legal ones such as morphine, codeine, oxycodone, fentanyl and methadone or illegal narcotics such as heroin — is escalating to epic proportions.

More than 96% of all those over the age of 65 have used an NSAID for pain control within the last two weeks...

May 31 10:40


A century-old celestial mystery is one step closer to being solved as researchers discover a dozen ultra-powerful natural particle accelerators in our galaxy.

The findings help astronomers understand the origin of cosmic rays — charged particles and atomic nuclei flying through space at near light speed that have been imbued with mind-boggling amounts of energy.

Discovered in 1912, cosmic rays arrive from almost every direction in the Milky Way, though scientists have yet to determine exactly how they reach their ultra-fast speeds, according to NASA.

Many researchers suspected that cosmic rays are flung away from massive stars as they die in supernova explosions, Siming Liu, an astrophysicist with the Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, told Live Science. During such events, “stars release the same amount of energy in two months as over their whole life,” he added

May 31 10:29

China reports sudden surge in COVID-19 cases causing flight cancellations

A sudden surge of COVID-19 cases in the southern region of China has caused a spate of flight cancellations.

On Sunday, 27 new cases were reported by China's national health authority, out of which only seven were imported, with the rest originating domestically in the Guangdong province, Reuters reports. Out of the 20 that originated in China, 18 were reported in the city of Guangzhou. The other two cases were reported in Foshan.

Nineteen asymptomatic cases were also reported in China, though the country does not count those as confirmed cases.

By the afternoon, more than 500 flights had been canceled at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. These account for more than a third of total flights that were scheduled for Monday, Reuters reports

May 31 07:10


THE VISIBLE SURFACE OF THE SUN, or the photosphere, is around 6,000°C. But a few thousand kilometers above it — a small distance when we consider the size of the Sun — the solar atmosphere, also called the corona, is hundreds of times hotter, reaching a million degrees Celsius or higher.

This spike in temperature, despite the increased distance from the Sun’s main energy source, has been observed in most stars and represents a fundamental puzzle that astrophysicists have mulled over for decades.

In 1942, the Swedish scientist Hannes Alfvén proposed an explanation. He theorized that magnetized waves of plasma could carry huge amounts of energy along the Sun’s magnetic field from its interior to the corona, bypassing the photosphere before exploding with heat in the Sun’s upper atmosphere.

May 31 07:10

Exoplanet Surveys are Leaning Towards the Possibility That our Solar System is… Normal

One of the unspoken caveats of most exoplanet discovery missions is that they only operate for a few years. Such a short observing window means there are planets with longer orbital periods, usually further out from the star, that those surveys would completely miss. Knowing this would be a problem, a team of astronomers arranged the California Legacy Survey three decades ago in order to monitor as many stars as possible for as long a time as possible. Recently they released their first results, which show solar systems that are surprisingly like our own.

May 31 07:09

The scary truth about Velociraptors

On screen, it’s portrayed as a smirking, stealthy pack hunter with a brain as sharp as its claws, but the Velociraptor we all know and fear is rather different to the animal that bobbed about the Late Cretaceous some 70 million years ago. Its appearance in Jurassic Park and the film’s sequels means the Velociraptor is, at once, one of the best known yet little understood dinosaurs that ever lived.

Palaeontologists have found Velociraptor fossils in central Asia and China, although related species have appeared in North and South America. It was a small, fast, carnivorous therapod that walked on three-toed feet with a distinctive sickle-shaped claw.

Not only was it smaller than the raptors in Jurassic Park, it also looked very different. A light, feathery coating that would have made it look more like an aggressive turkey than the scaly creatures we know from the movies.

May 31 07:08

X-Ray vision could help rescuers find survivors after earthquakes

Within seconds after reaching a city, earthquakes can cause immense destruction: Houses crumble, high-rises turn to rubble, people and animals are buried in the debris.

In the immediate aftermath of such carnage, emergency personnel desperately search for any sign of life in what used to be a home or office. Often, however, they find that they were digging in the wrong pile of rubble, and precious time has passed.

Imagine if rescuers could see through the debris to spot survivors under the rubble, measure their vital signs and even generate images of the victims. This is rapidly becoming possible using see-through-wall radar technology. Early versions of the technology that indicate whether a person is present in a room have been in use for several years, and some can measure vital signs albeit under better conditions than through rubble.

May 31 07:07

Video: Petition to Revoke the Covid-19 Vaccines: Dr. Meryl Nass

Children’s Health Defense Science Advisory Board member and signee of the petition,

Dr. Nass provides a plethora of shocking details showing massive malfeasance by the CDC and FDA that cost lives, prolonged the pandemic and protected the continued use of unprecedentedly dangerous covid vaccines.

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May 31 07:05

Could Spike Protein in Moderna, Pfizer Vaccines Cause Blood Clots, Brain Inflammation and Heart Attacks?

On Dec. 8, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) received a public submission from J. Patrick Whelan, M.D., Ph.D. The submission was in response to the agency’s request for comments regarding vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 in advance of the Dec. 10 meeting when the committee would review the Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2) SARS-CoV-2 vaccine for emergency use authorization (EUA).

Whelan’s training (at Harvard, Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine) includes degrees in biochemistry, medicine and rheumatology. For 20 years, he worked as a pediatric rheumatologist. He currently specializes in treating children with multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C), which has been associated with coronavirus infections.

In his public submission, Whelan sought to alert the FDA about the potential for vaccines designed to create immunity to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein to instead cause injuries.

May 31 07:05

Serious Injuries From Merck’s Gardasil HPV Vaccine Significantly Underreported, Study Shows

Most people are unaware that many newly licensed vaccines are in phase 4 clinical trials when they become publicly available. In the case of the new COVID vaccines, which have not yet been licensed, consumers are unknowing subjects in a massive clinical trial.

The complete safety profile of a vaccine is unknown at the time of widespread use. The safety profile becomes more clear only after injuries and deaths related to the vaccine are reported. The safety profile of COVID vaccines, for instance, is still evolving as injuries and deaths accumulate.

It is thus crucially important that consumers and medical professionals report adverse events related to vaccines. According to studies, however, they report only about 1%.

May 31 07:03

Mass Vaccination Triggers Spike in Cases, Deaths

COVID cases have risen sharply in nearly every country that has launched a mass vaccination campaign

Cambodia began its vaccination campaign in early February after having compiled zero fatalities; after it started its vaccination program, the deaths started piling up

It could be that something in the vaccine itself is killing people

Salk researchers confirmed that the main damage from COVID is caused by the spike protein not the virus; if that’s the case, then why are we injecting people with vaccines that teach their cells to make spike proteins

118 million Americans have now been injected with a clot-generating spike protein; no one knows how long these potentially lethal proteins remain trapped in the lining of the blood vessels or what damage they might eventually do

Now that cases have dropped sharply across the U.S., why not ease up on the vaccinations until there is a better grasp of the long-term risks

May 31 07:00

I’m a doctor, but Covid’s broken my faith in medical research. I can’t believe anything I read or accept any mainstream facts

Those of us who put forward an alternative view to the prevailing orthodoxy on the virus or on vaccinations are being vilified, threatened and cancelled. This is not how science, or a functioning democracy, works.
I haven’t written for a while, sorry. Instead, I have been sorting out two complaints about my writing made to the General Medical Council (GMC). Also, a complaint from NHS England, and two irate phone calls from other doctors, informing me I shouldn’t make any negative comments about vaccines.

For those in other countries, or who don’t know about such things, doctors in the UK are ruled by many different organisations, all of whom feel able to make judgement and hand down various sanctions. The deadliest of them, the Spanish Inquisition if you like, is the GMC, who can strike you off the medical register and stop you working as a doctor. They have great power, with no oversight.

May 31 06:59

Cannabis Inhibits SARS-CoV-2 Replication in Human Lungs, Study Suggests

With the SARS-CoV-2 virus causing almost 3 million deaths worldwide, researchers have been scrambling to learn more about the deadly COVID-19 disease that has threatened global public health and world economies.

A new study, published on preprint server bioRxiv last week, suggests that a cannabis plant compound inhibited infection with SARS-CoV-2 in human lung cells.

According to the researchers at the University of Chicago in Illinois, cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical in the Cannabis sativa plant, also known as marijuana, and its metabolite 7-OH-CBD, blocked SARS-CoV-22 replication in lung epithelial cells. Epithelial cells are cells that come from body surfaces, such as the skin, blood vessels, urinary tract or organs.

May 31 06:41

Shocker: Why is this substance in the Moderna COVID vaccine?

If you scroll down halfway through the document, you’ll see a chart titled, “Ingredients Included in mRNA COVID vaccines.” (pg 20)

The right-hand side of the chart shows ingredients in the Moderna vaccine. The fifth ingredient down is “SM-102: heptadecan-9-yl 8-((2-hydroxyethyl) (6-oxo-6-(undecyloxy) hexyl) amino) octanoate.”

Now we go to a document published by the Cayman Chemical Company of Ann Arbor, Michigan: “Safety Data Sheet acc. to OSHA HCS.” (04/11/2021) [2]

This data sheet lists the effects of SM-102. Here is the opening note: “For research use only, not for human or veterinary use.”

May 31 06:01

France locks the doors: British travellers must show 'compelling reason' to enter the country from TODAY as Macron battles to keep Indian variant at bay

British travellers will have to provide 'compelling reasons' to enter France from today as President Emmanuel Macron battles to suppress the Indian variant.

Travel from the UK will only be permitted for EU nationals, French residents or those travelling for essential reasons such as bereavement or childcare.

Those who are allowed to make the journey must take a pre-departure Covid test and quarantine for seven days on arrival.

May 31 05:49

EXCLUSIVE: COVID-19 'has NO credible natural ancestor' and WAS created by Chinese scientists who then tried to cover their tracks with 'retro-engineering' to make it seem like it naturally arose from bats, explosive new study claims

An explosive new study claims that Chinese scientists created COVID-19 in a Wuhan lab, then tried to cover their tracks by reverse-engineering versions of the virus to make it look like it evolved naturally from bats.

The paper's authors, British Professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sørensen, wrote that they have had 'prima facie evidence of retro-engineering in China' for a year - but were ignored by academics and major journals.

Dalgleish is a professor of oncology at St George's University, London, and is best known for his breakthrough creating the first working 'HIV vaccine', to treat diagnosed patients and allow them to go off medication for months.

May 31 01:32

ABC's chief White House reporter: A lot of reporters have 'egg on their face' over Wuhan lab-leak theory

ABC News’ Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl admitted that many reporters were wrong to dismiss former President Trump’s assertion that the coronavirus originated from a laboratory.

Karl was asked on ABC’s "This Week," by guest host Martha Raddatz on why it matters that the lab-leak theory was initially met with dismissal or skepticism.

"Yes, I think a lot of people have egg on their face. This was an idea that was first put forward by Mike Pompeo, secretary of state, Donald Trump, and look some things may be true even if Donald Trump said them," Karl said. "Because Trump was saying so much else, that was just out of control, and because he was, you know, making a frankly racist appeal talking about kung-flu, and the China virus, he said flatly this came from that lab, and it was widely dismissed... but now serious people are saying it needs a serious inquiry."

May 30 19:40

Sign Petition To Stop COVID “Vaccine” Passports

By Neenah Payne

In the video The Truth About the COVID-19 Vaccine, Dr. Simone Gold, founder of America’s Frontline Doctors explains that the threat of a COVID vaccine passport is not coming from the US government, but from corporations like the airlines. Quantas said it plans to require proof of vaccination. Dr. Gold points out that if the executives of the top six airlines impose a vaccine requirement, it will be hard to stop.

When the Stop Medical Discrimination petition has 1 million signatures, Dr. Gold plans to take it to the airlines...

May 30 17:58

Warming effect of greenhouse gases 'has been overestimated': Ice samples suggest pre-industrial air pollution was WORSE than we thought and future temperatures will rise more slowly

  • Experts analysed soot levels in 14 ice cores from Antarctica dating back to 1750
  • They found that pre-industrial soot levels were four times higher than expected
  • Soot has an atmospheric cooling effect, in opposition to greenhouse gases
  • Climate models must account for both to understand past temperature changes
  • That soot levels were higher that thought means that modelling is likely off
  • While the planet is still warming, it is likely not doing so slower than we thought

Antarctic ice has revealed that pre-industrial air pollution was worse than thought, suggesting climate models have overstated the warming from greenhouse gases.

Key to modelling the climate of the future is understanding how the rate at which surface temperatures are likely to rise in response to greenhouse gas levels.

May 30 16:58

COVID Vaccine Injury Reports Among 12- to 17-Year-Olds More Than Triple in 1 Week, VAERS Data Show

Every Friday, VAERS makes public all vaccine injury reports received as of a specified date, usually about a week prior to the release date. Today’s data show that between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 21, a total of 262,521total adverse events were reported to VAERS, including 4,406 deaths — an increase of 205 over the previous week — and 21,537 serious injuries, up 3,009 since last week.

This week’s data showed 3,449 total adverse events, compared with 943 reports last week, among 12- to 17-year-olds. This week’s data included 58 reports of serious adverse events in the 12- to -17-year-old age group.

May 30 16:18


Demand for batteries, specifically lithium-ion batteries, over the last several years has grown exponentially with the continued growth of cell phones and electric cars. As the demand for more and more batteries grows, especially as electric cars start to become more popular, so goes the need for their core components as well. "Rare earth elements" such as cobalt and lithium are just some of the materials that make up lithium-ion batteries. The problem, however, lies within procuring these items morally and ethically.

May 30 16:16

Vietnam Finds New ‘Hybrid’ Covid-19 Coronavirus Variant, What This Really Means

Just keep mutating. Just keep mutating. That’s what the Covid-19 coronavirus is gonna do. And over time that’s gonna keep resulting in more and more versions of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2), otherwise known as variants.

Case in point, the country of Vietnam appears to have found yet another Covid-19 coronavirus variant. Writing for The Guardian, Agence France-Presse quoted Nguyen Thanh Long, Vietnam’s Health Minister, as saying, “We have discovered a new hybrid variant from the Indian and the UK strains.”

The word “hybrid” may conjure up images of the B.1.1.7 variant (first found in the U.K.) and the B.1.617.2 variant (first found in India) finding each other on Tinder, swiping right with their spike proteins, and then meeting up in a seedy motel. There they may put on Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On,” while spiking their protein so to speak, resulting in little love child viruses, right? Uh, not exactly.

May 30 15:48

COVID-19 pandemic was described in 2005 CIA report about the world in 2025

The report, which was written in September 2005, was described by Alexander Adler in his book "The New CIA Report. What will be the new face of the world in 2025?" The book was published in Western countries in 2005-2009.

The CIA, as usual, tried to predict the future of the world for 15-20 years in advance. Surprisingly, the report gives accurate description of the global pandemic. In the chapter entitled "A Possible Outbreak of a Global Pandemic," CIA experts described a scenario that looks very similar to COVID-19.

They predicted "the emergence of a new, highly contagious, virulent human respiratory disease for which there is no adequate treatment and which could cause a global pandemic."

May 30 10:38

Govt ‘absolutely thinking’ about mandatory Covid jabs for health workers, UK vaccine minister says

UK Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Minister Nadhim Zahawi revealed that the government was “absolutely thinking about” making vaccination against the coronavirus mandatory for healthcare staffers during an interview with Sky News.

After being asked whether the government would make vaccination compulsory for NHS staff in the near future, Zahawi replied that they have “been consulting in terms of a condition of deployment into social care” and that “it’s only right that we look at the healthcare system as well.”

Calling it “absolutely the right thing,” Zahawi said it would be “incumbent on any responsible government to have the debate” about how to protect the most vulnerable “by making sure those who look after them are vaccinated.”

May 30 10:36

Millions of face masks officially declared dangerous

On April 2, 2021, Health Canada issued an advisory, warning people not to “use face masks labelled to contain graphene or biomass graphene.”

Andrew Maynard covers this issue in a article, “Manufacturers have been using nanotechnology-derived graphene in face masks—now there are safety concerns.” [3]

Those concerns? Masks could create lung problems.

Of course, since COVID-19 is claimed to be a lung disease, you can see where that leads: the remedy turns out to cause what it’s supposed to prevent.

May 30 10:32

I’m a doctor, but Covid’s broken my faith in medical research. I can’t believe anything I read or accept any mainstream facts

Those of us who put forward an alternative view to the prevailing orthodoxy on the virus or on vaccinations are being vilified, threatened and cancelled. This is not how science, or a functioning democracy, works.

May 30 09:13

Greenpeace Report Highlights Extent of European Nations’ Dumping of Waste in Turkey

By Doga Celik

Published on May 17, Greenpeace’s latest report, “Trashed: How the UK is still dumping plastic waste on the rest of the world,” has revealed that the UK exports most of its waste to Turkey. The report documents how trash from Britain was found in ten dumping sites around Adana, a city on Turkey’s southern coast.

The second part of the report focuses exclusively on Turkey, noting that “exports of plastic waste from the UK to Turkey increased by a factor of 18 in 4 years, from 120,000 tonnes in 2016 to 210,000 tonnes in 2020.” Almost 40 per cent of the UK’s waste ends up in Turkey.

Some the waste found in Turkey is of quite recent vintage...

May 30 09:10

Some Viruses Have a Completely Different Genome to The Rest of Life on Earth

In the world of microbial warfare, sometimes you have to change the very fabric of who you are.
Viruses that infect bacteria – fittingly called bacteriophages - and their prey have been at war for eons, each side evolving more devilish tactics to infect or destroy each other. Eventually, some bacteriophages took this arms race to a new level by changing the way they code their DNA.
At least, that's what we think happened. Once thought to be an outlier, new research published in three separate papers shows that there's a whole army of bacteriophages with non-standard DNA, which researchers call a Z-genome.
"Genomic DNA is composed of four standard nucleotides … These nucleobases form the genetic alphabet, ATCG, which is conserved across all domains of life," biologists Michael Grome and Farren Isaacs write in a recent Science editorial accompanying the new research on bacteriophage genetics.

May 30 09:07

Virologists Say Genetic "Fingerprints" Prove COVID-19 Man-Made, 'No Credible Natural Ancestor'

Two notable virologists claim to have found "unique fingerprints" on COVID-19 samples that only could have arisen from laboratory manipulation, according to an explosive 22-page paper obtained by the Daily Mail.

British professor Angus Dalgleish - best known for creating the world's first 'HIV vaccine', and Norwegian virologist Dr. Birger Sørensen - chair of pharmaceutical company, Immunor, who has published 31 peer-reviewed papers and holds several patents, wrote that while analyzing virus samples last year, the pair discovered "unique fingerprints" in the form of "six inserts" created through gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

They also conclude that "SARS-Coronavirus-2 has "no credible natural ancestor" and that it is "beyond reasonable doubt" that the virus was created via "laboratory manipulation."

May 30 06:56

Ingenuity survived its first near-death experience on Mars

Ingenuity was commanded to climb to an altitude of 33 feet (10 meters) before translating 492 feet (150 meters) to the southwest at a ground speed of 9 mph (4 meters per second). At that point, it was to translate 49 feet (15 meters) to the south while taking images toward the west, then fly another 164 feet (50 meters) northeast and land.

After 150 meters, things went wrong. “Ingenuity began adjusting its velocity and tilting back and forth in an oscillating pattern,” and the behavior did not change for the remainder of the flight. The computer registered roll and pitch excursions of more than 20 degrees for the rotorcraft, large control inputs, and spikes in power consumption during the perilous part of the journey. Still, the onboard computer eventually landed Ingenuity safely.

May 30 06:41

Weird Electromagnetic Bursts Appear Before Earthquakes – And We May Finally Know Wh

For some time, seismologists have been aware of brief, subtle anomalies in underground electrical fields leading up to an earthquake, sometimes occurring as soon as a few weeks before the quake happens.

It’s tempting to think these electromagnetic bursts could be used to predict when a quake will strike. Up until now, however, the cause of the strange bursts hasn’t been clear.

New research suggests that the key lies in the gases that get trapped in what’s known as a fault valve and can build up ahead of an earthquake. These impermeable layers of rock can slip across a fault, effectively creating a gate that blocks the flow of underground water.

May 30 06:40

BBC Presenter Died With Blood Clot After AstraZeneca Jab, Family Says

The award-winning BBC radio presenter Lisa Shaw died in hospital after suffering blood clots following her AstraZeneca vaccination, her family has said.

The 44-year-old, who was a well-known broadcaster in the north-east of England and had worked for BBC Radio Newcastle since 2015, developed severe headaches a week after having the jab and fell seriously ill a few days later, relatives said in a statement.

Shaw died at the Royal Victoria infirmary in Newcastle on Friday last week after being treated in intensive care for blood clots and bleeding. She was surrounded by family, the statement said.

Under-40s in the UK are being offered an alternative to the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab where available, after reports of extremely rare blood clots with low platelets. There have been 309 cases in the UK out of 33 million people given the AstraZeneca vaccine.

May 30 06:37

WHO Was Wrong About Coronavirus Being Airborne, But Why?

The World Health Organization recently admitted that Coronavirus is airborne and has updated its public health guidance with the following statement on how the SARS-CoV-2 virus is transmitted:

“A person can be infected when aerosols or droplets containing the virus are inhaled or come directly into contact with the eyes, nose, or mouth. The virus can also spread in poorly ventilated and/or crowded indoor settings, where people tend to spend longer periods of time. This is because aerosols remain suspended in the air or travel farther than 1 metre (long-range).”

WHO’s statement explains why it ended-up being wrong about how Coronavirus spreads: it distinguished between ‘droplets’ and ‘aerosols’ then assumed only what WHO considers to be an aerosol can fly far enough to be called ‘airborne’.

May 30 06:24

Biden Still Blaming Trump For Things That Are Happening Now, Under His Watch

The White House on Friday took what seemed to be a very concealed attack at former President Trump, accusing a surge in anti-Asian violence and prejudice on a speech from "certain political leaders" -- as it announced an action to fight the spike in violence.

"The COVID-19 pandemic, and the xenophobic rhetoric used by certain political leaders during this crisis, have led to a tragic spike in acts of anti-Asian bias, violence, and xenophobia," the White House said in a fact sheet.

While it did not cite Trump by name, Democrats, including President Biden, slammed Trump last year for regularly leading to COVID-19 as the "China virus" or "Chinese virus" because it started in Wuhan, China.

May 30 06:23


May 30 06:22

Italian Doctor Seeks To Warn The World About Covid Vaccines

May 30 06:22

Droves of lockdown protesters flood London for weekly ‘Freedom March’ (VIDEOS)

A protest in London has drawn a large number of participants, united by their mistrust of how the British government is handling the Covid-19 situation. Such events are part of a larger movement that’s gripping Western countries.

In the latest weekly demonstration, tens of thousands marched through the streets of the British capital under the banner “Unite for Freedom”. The rally brought together groups of people who are variously unhappy with the prolonged lockdowns imposed by the government, mistrustful of Covid-19 vaccines and harbour anti-government sentiments.

Politician David Kurten, formerly of the UK Independence Party, estimated that the gathering was larger than the one held last weekend. “We are all out, normal people, not wearing any masks, not taking any vaccines, demanding that the government give us back the civil liberties that they never had the right to take away,” he said, summarizing the protesters’ cause.

May 30 04:15

Some Countries With The Highest Vaccination Rates Are Facing A Surge In Covid Deaths And Infections–Experts Say Complacency Is Partly To Blame

Some countries with the world’s highest vaccination rates are also battling devastating surges of Covid-19 and the highest death tolls, a worrying trend that has left experts and officials wondering whether successful inoculation drives have lulled governments into easing restrictions too soon and the public into a false sense of security.

May 29 19:03

Vaccine Clinic Offering Kids Free Candy To Get Jabbed — Parental Consent Not Required

Children in Ontario, Canada, some as young as 12, are being tempted with free ice cream to have the covid vaccine vaccine – with no parental permission required.

A pop up vaccine clinic in Canada that is offering kids free ice cream in exchange for Pfizer’s experimental mRNA therapy vaccine without parental permission.

Police are guarding the front to stop parents from intervening.

May 29 16:54

NASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Stunning Martian Clouds

NASA's Curiosity rover captured a stunning snapshot of what appears to be a cloudy day in the Arizona desert, but this picture is actually a cloudy day on Mars.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA JPL) released multiple images documenting cloudy days in the thin, dry atmosphere of the Red Planet.

"Clouds are typically found at the planet's equator in the coldest time of year, when Mars is the farthest from the Sun in its oval-shaped orbit. But one full Martian year ago – two Earth years – scientists noticed clouds forming over NASA's Curiosity rover earlier than expected," NASA JPL's press release read.

Curiosity has taken about 21 photographs of the strange Martian clouds over Gale Crater.

May 29 13:28

UK Doctors send open letter to MHRA highlighting grave concerns on proposal to give Children the Covid-19 vaccine

The open letter’s lead signatory is retired consultant Paediatrician, Dr Ros Jones of the Health Advisory & Recovery Team (HART). HART is a group of doctors, scientists and medical professionals which was formed to research and review Covid-19 policy in the UK in an attempt to best help politicians evaluate the available evidence and respond to the developing situation.

In the letter to the MHRA chief executive Dr June Raine the HART group highlights all the reasons why they have grave concerns regarding the administration of the Covid-19 vaccine to children, and conclude that it is “irresponsible, unethical and indeed, unnecessary, to include children under 18 years in the national COVID-19 vaccine rollout”.