politics

Breaking the Spell

Breaking the Spell: The Scientific Evidence for Ending the COVID Delusion by Thomas Cowan MD is a must – read . In this short booklet Cowan states that ‘we are faced with two divergent futures. The first is a future based on the biology of water, which is the evolutionary path intended for us by our creator. The second future is based on the properties of quartz, an “in silico” […]

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A natural experiment in the time of COVID

In 2020, government orders to stay home — along with lockdown-produced job losses, public fear of COVID-19 and other factors — led to dramatic declines in in-person utilization of healthcare services among adults and children, both in the United States and globally. according to The Defender In the U.S children’s and teen’s vaccination rates plummeted dramatically falling that year by as much as 91% depending on the age group, including a noticeably lower uptake of […]

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Dystopia

I’ve watched some dystopian films in my life but few match the reality of our lives in Melbourne, once known as the world’s most liveable city. Now every day brings more bad news, more developments in the global reset into lockdown for all.

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No vax, no visit, No way

Such rubbish!  Look after your immunity. Breast feed your baby and you are doing your very best. My family and friends were free to visit my newborn babies. This is how it should be. Do not listen to such rubbish. My frustrated exclamation was emitted in response to a ‘discussion’ on Studio 10 on July 31.  Studio 10 is an Australian morning talk show on Network 10.

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‘Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed’ The Australian experience

I presented the following talk at the 4th Annual International HPV Vaccine Education Symposium held in Chicago May 22-26, 2019. Let’s face it without good health, life is very difficult. Over the years I’ve researched the sickness industry including the scandalous HIV/AIDS industry, the cholesterol myth and the statins scam; and felt the sorrow of the poor women left in pain and debilitated after their prolapses were treated with mesh […]

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