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  1. “A big week in the Covid Inquiry” ( Apparently ) This week we will also hear from Chris Whitty and Jonathan Van Tam Former chief scientific adviser giving evidence today; Sir Patrick Vallance; Response to Covid “not very effective” ( He never expected his private diary to be made public? Said Julia Hartley Brewer, who finds that hard to believe, when “ he knew there would one day be a public inquiry “ Carl Heneghan - Proof of evidence based medicine, Oxford - on TalkRadio this lunchtime said; “ They don’t like criticism, or different views “ “ That was something Margaret Thatcher believed in … road test it with different views “ I would like us to share some quotes from the inquiry and the media
  2. The Smile Free Campaign - smilefree.org Last time we wrote, there was genuine anxiety in some quarters that we would see a return to mass masking, with the media - both "mainstream" and alternative - doing their best to crank up the fear. We wrote: "At present, there doesn't seem to be a wider appetite among the public to reignite general Covid hysteria... however, attempted masking has never gone away in a minority of healthcare settings, and inevitably, some of those which had previously dropped it have taken the latest media nonsense as a prompt to resume "mandates." Remember, these have no legal force. We continue to pressure the NHS to change their guidance to explicitly discourage the practice." And this is exactly what we have done... with a few developments to tell you about: NHS England replied to our recent open letter, signed by thousands of doctors and medical professionals and calling for official guidance to change to discourage masks in healthcare settings You can read NHS England's response here, which passes the buck to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) You may be aware that UKHSA is now headed up by Professor Jenny Harries who, in her previous role as deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, went as far as to tell Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a TV interview in March 2020 that wearing face masks was “not a good idea” because it “could increase risk of infection… you can actually trap the virus in the mask and start breathing it in” We have therefore written to Jenny Harries (in open letter form here), asking: "...would you kindly explain the discrepancy between your current guidance, which, while broadly recommending a return to pre-pandemic normality, continues to allow re-imposition of masks where there is a local appetite for it, and your recent literature review, which concluded the evidence for masks reducing viral transmission was, at best, very weak." The issue of the UKHSA has also been covered by HART ("The pro-mask eccentrics are squealing again")... we'll keep you posted... please help us by sharing Dr Gary Sidley's video around the topic here on Twitter, and here on Facebook. In other news... In spite of itself, the appalling Covid Inquiry is letting slip interesting titbits and clues... Professor Peter Horby, chair of NERVTAG, a high-profile group of scientific experts who routinely provided advice to SAGE, confirmed our previous reporting that the introduction of mask mandates in the UK was heavily influenced by hitherto totally obscure and totally unaccountable group DELVE. We also had some revealing dialogue: Horby: NERVTAG had looked at the issues of face masks in the past… and had taken quite a stringent scientific view that the highest quality evidence is randomised controlled trials… and those data were fairly clear… that the evidence was weak. And we maintained that position on how we saw the evidence, focusing on the data from randomised controlled trials. Lady Hallett (the less-than impartial Chair of the inquiry), interrupting: I’m sorry, I’m not following, Sir Peter. If there’s a possible benefit, what’s the downside? Horby: The downside is that you are making a population-wide recommendation based on weak evidence which may weaken trust in your scientific independence and integrity. Horby is right of course, because the "nudge" and spin-heavy pseudo-science of masking has done just what he describes. But beyond that, to be so oblivious as to suggest there are no downsides to masking the entire population for an indeterminate amount of time is staggering stuff. Would we expect anything else from Hallett and the Covid "Inquiry" at this point, though? We also had more confirmation of the sham and the scam of masking school kids, with pathetic former “leaders” Johnson and Hancock discussing the issue over WhatsApp with their spin doctor Lee Cain. They imposed it because they "didn't want to have the fight" ...swearing blind they were "Following the Science," of course. If all these masking misdeeds make you feel a bit down, you MUST watch this six second video (on Twitter here and Facebook here). If THAT doesn't help you to keep smiling, we don't know what will :) The Smile Free Campaign smilefree.org
  3. Thanks for this. I searched ADD and started to read this. I'm also astonished about the Mercury or Thimerosal but it's completely taken as fine and normal, or just mostly unknown!? I'm hearing about more and more kids with autism and where is the demands to question WHY? Instead it's just merged into 'entertainment' to make it normal and acceptable. As ADHD is classed as a disability parents can also get financial assistance which probably helps to keep it quiet? https://adhdembrace.org/funding-and-benefits/ PIP health conditions Claim PIP for ADHD In 2023, there were 52,989 PIP claimants with ADHD listed as their main disabling condition. This makes it the fourteenth most common condition to get an award of PIP for out of over 500 conditions listed by the DWP. So, if you have ADHD and it affects your daily living activities, such as cooking, washing, dressing or mixing with other people or your ability to get around, you should definitely consider making a claim. Learn more or take the test You can read more about claiming PIP for ADHD or take our simple online test now to find out if you might be able to make a claim. PIP TEST FOR ADHD Success rates The success rate for PIP claims for ADHD is 43%, compared to an overall average of 53%. So you have a less than average chance of getting an award for ADHD. Award rates 41% of PIP claimants with ADHD, get the enhanced rate of both the daily living and the mobility component. Daily living awards Enhanced daily living 73.5% Standard daily living 24.5% No daily living 2% Mobility awards Enhanced mobility 45% Standard mobility 30% No mobility 25% 98% of claimants with ADHD who get an award get the daily living component, compared to 75% who get the mobility component. Age range The ages of those currently in receipt of PIP for ADHD are: 16-29 years 79% 30-49 years 19% 50-64 years 2% 65 and over 0% So, unlike most PIP conditions, it is massively skewed towards younger claimants. Many of these are likely to have been transferred from DLA when reaching 16 years of age. The current rates of PIP are: Daily Living component Standard rate: £68.10 Enhanced rate: £101.75 Mobility component Standard rate: £26.90 Enhanced rate: £71.00 So, an award of the enhanced rate of PIP for both components means an extra £172.75 a week. PIP is paid on top of almost every other benefit and may lead to an increase in some benefits or entitlement to additional benefits. The enhanced rate of the mobility component also gives access to the Motability scheme. Points for ADHD Below are some examples of the issues that you might have because of ADHD. Do remember, that if you have other conditions, you can take those into account too. Procrastination linked to ADHD may mean you keep putting off preparing food until you are so hungry that you just eat whatever is quickest, like a bowl of cereal, so you need prompting to prepare a meal. You may need prompting to eat cooked food because you are so engaged in other activities or thoughts that you will not spare the time to consume anything but biscuits and coffee. You might wash or bathe but not to an acceptable standard because, for example, you have a shower but forget to use soap unless someone is supervising you. Because of poor impulse control you may frequently speak aloud thoughts that cause offence to other people, so you need social support.. Hyperactivity and impulsivity may mean you are not safe when near traffic, crossing roads or dealing with other outdoor hazards. Benefits and Work members can also download a ‘PIP for ADHD Supplementary Guide’ from the PIP Guides page with even more examples and case studies, to complement our main guide to claiming PIP. PIP TEST FOR ADHD Even if you are not ready to subscribe to the site yet, you can download our guide to ‘The First Steps To PIP Success’ for free and also join the 120,000 people who subscribe to our free fortnightly newsletter https://www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/personal-independence-payment-pip/pip-health-conditions/claim-pip-for-adhd
  4. Thanks for sharing this and for adding a bit more. I listened at the 5.19 mark many times and still managed to miss the stumble / stutter at 5.19 to 5.22. Fascinating how one can miss these 'things' sometimes. I would be interested to hear what others think, particularly those who are familiar with 'all of this'.
  5. I hope you don't mind me sharing a couple of things, a mix of a nice photo, thoughts of peoples happy family celebrations, torture / lockdown from TPTB, and the contrast and comparisons and similarities that 'we' see, along with the change in the narrative, switching from terrorists on furlough working from home ... to Oct 7th. Etc. We are all having our humanity and traditions and love tested by the ongoing war. I continue to see the good, look for the good, to believe, and to take comfort in the human spirit that unites us. Why have I added this bit or any of it I suppose Happened upon this image while searching for an article on Dan Walker, and then saw something on lockdown, which led to this nice picture; 1st August 2020 Credit: Mohammed Saber/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock A Palestinian lights fireworks to celebrate Eid al-Adha in Khan Younis town, southern Gaza Strip ... The holiest of the two Muslim holidays ... it marks the yearly pilgrimage (Hajj) to visit Mecca ... Muslims slaughter a sacrificial animal and split the meat into three parts, one for the family, one for friends / relatives, and one for the poor and needy Which then led me to this article, from July 2020; https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/31/like-cancelling-christmas-muslim-leaders-hit-new-coronavirus/ Muslim leaders have compared the tightening of lockdown restrictions to "cancelling Christmas on Christmas Eve" after ministers announced new restrictions in northern England shortly before the Eid feast. The measures have been imposed ... following a spike in ... infections. Matt Hancock, ... denied that the restrictions were aimed at curtailing celebrations in which eating a meal with family and friends is a key part of festivities, but the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) criticised the Governement for communicating them at "shockingly short notice".
  6. The following text is all copied from The World Council for Health Website " This is an edited segment from the emergency hearing hosted by WCH on 9 October 2023 with Kevin McKernan, Dr Janci Lindsay, Prof Sucharit Bhakdi, Dr Alexandra Henrion-Caude, Assoc Prof Byram Bridle, Dr Peter McCullough, Prof Brigitte König, Dr Jessica Rose, and Katie Ashby-Koppens. " https://worldcouncilforhealth.org/multimedia/sucharit-bhakdi-rna-vaccines/ Prof Sucharit Bhakdi: The Eternal Dangers of RNA Vaccines " The World Council for Health hosted an emergency hearing on 9 October 2023 featuring microbiologist Prof Sucharit Bhakdi and eight other leading experts to determine what is currently known about #PlasmidGate and the presence of bacterial DNA and genetic sequences found in vials of Covid-19 mRNA ‘vaccines’ manufactured by Pfizer and Moderna. Our expert panel addressed the implications of these findings for all people of the world. " Prof Bhakdi’s speech framed the issue of DNA-contaminated RNA vaccines as a “monstrous crime against humanity.” “Whoever propagates RNA vaccines as effective and safe - whoever claims nothing can happen to your genome - is either incredibly ignorant or endlessly evil,” he explained. Following the emergency hearing, Bhakdi told Children’s Health Defense that the World Council for Health is “exposing the lies and disseminating the truth,” adding that through such initiatives “international scientific networking will be strengthened and concerted efforts will be made to bring the perpetrators to justice.”
  7. Thanks rebornsteve, I also want to share Dr. Tess Lawrie today, with a clip from June 2023 " ... In June 2021 I sent an urgent preliminary report to Dr June Rain of the MRHA to tell her that the vaccines were not fit for use in humans ... "
  8. I heard this question on GB News to Louise Distras "Why has this taken hold in the music industry?" Louise's reply ended with; "I think we should let it die and let all the cowards go down with the ship, build a new industry ..." I looked her up, and found a bit of a hornets nest "Your position will have further detrimental effects on your musical career if you continue to deny transgender women are women and transgender are men" Wikipedia; In an interview with Vocal Media, Distras criticised Ireland's new hate speech laws, saying "We should all be able to speak without being policed and told what we can and can't say about our own lives." Alongside five other women, Distras featured in a Daily Mail article about the experiences of ordinary women being ostracised from their jobs for questioning gender ideology. In an interview with writer Julie Bindel for UnHerd about misogyny in the music industry, Distras said that "the music industry used to be about freedom of expression and freedom of speech", and there was "an urgent need to build a new one with a proper counterculture, where women have actually got a proper say".
  9. Thanks Freaky D, Almost every article is copied word for word it seems, but with a further search it appears that his heart condition 'became public' in 2018? It makes me wonder whether the vax will be, eventually, openly blamed, maybe to cover for other similar perverse causes? It's just a thought. (A work in progress!?) Having said that vaccines have always been dangerous. I know that the defibrillators were pushed pre 2020, but I'm not sure when? Whatever the cause or causes, we see heart issues increasingly now, and almost the normalisation, or the encouraged acceptance of it. It's very sad. People are sick, deliberately poisoned, and the heart symbol, and the word itself sort of piss takingly flaunted in our faces, like some twisted game. https://mobile.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/SportsArchive/Raphael-Dwamena-discharged-from-hospital-1391158 - Fri, 29 Oct 2021 Comments section of The Daily Mail; "And I bet he still did, you know, take it even with all the links, and warnings...."
  10. Thanks Freaky Dragonfly, in the comments I saw a link to this https://bioanalyticx.com/author/saeed-qureshi/ " About; This blog is moderated and contributed extensively by Dr. Saeed Qureshi, Ph.D., a freelance writer with extensive expertise and experience in analytical chemistry related to pharmaceuticals and therapeutics. " " Have you ever wondered why most medicines are kept behind the counters, obtainable through prescriptions only, and sold by pharmacists only, while the products are approved by authorities such as the FDA, Health Canada, and others as safe and effective? " " The reality is that they have never been shown appropriately safe and effective but are only presumed to be by the authorities. In general, physicians and pharmacists do not know this either. They also assume that the authorities have (scientifically) tested and validated the claims of safety and effectiveness. They do not. No one does! The debacle of COVID-19 and vaccines has provided glaring proof, which I have been trying to tell for at least 20 years ... " .... And many, many articles, with titles such as; " Viruses/Virology: Promoting With Glorified And Catchy Language " " Tragedy Of COVID-19 Vaccination " " Medicines/Vaccines: Seeking The Truth Or Reality! "
  11. I think it must be legal as I found this article from BBC Gardeners World https://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/how-to-grow-to-tobacco-plant-nicotiana/ So many fascinating comments on these 2 pages. Thanks especially for the bump ArchonBeliever25421932, and for sharing your Grans words, Chris P, it really brought back some thoughts from ... when? Crikey is it really over 16 years ago. Cheers again for exploring this subject which is not as black and white as it seems. I'm always curious about Hitler's 'ban' of tobacco and intermittently look up the old posters. I'd like to learn more about that.
  12. In 2007 after the indoor smoking ban I saw a coaster in a bar that listed all of the chemicals in cigarettes, one being polonium 210. I thought at the time; that was what we were told killed Litvinenko! I just googled polonium in tobacco and found this link, which is interesting; https://news.cancerresearchuk.org/2008/08/29/radioactive-polonium-in-cigarette-smoke/ Health & Medicine Radioactive polonium in cigarette smoke by Ed Yong | Analysis 29 August 2008 And this is a 'general's snippet from google; Radioactive materials, like polonium-210 and lead-210 are found naturally in the soil and air. They are also found in the high-phosphate fertilizers that farmers use on their crops. Polonium-210 and lead-210 get into and onto tobacco leaves and remain there even after the tobacco has been processed.
  13. A comedian could make a good joke out of this crap? Two signs of new Pirola Covid can be seen in your face, says GP As well as the common coronavirus symptoms, people are reporting other signs with the latest variants By Diana Buntajova and Neil Shaw, 4 NOV 2023 https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/two-signs-new-pirola-covid-8883149amp_js_v=a6&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQIUAKwASCAAgM%3D&utm_source=taboola&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=exchange
  14. I notice every day how THEY are trying to drive people mad, force 'us' to pick a side, force 'us' to pay attention to politics, focus on the dark side, and resign ourselves to conflict and war. (War is peace, etc ...) Everyone has to have a label an be in a minority. Yesterday on the 'news' on TV, I didn't quite catch what was said about Israel and 1,600 psychiatrists, so I did a quick search and saw some interesting links ... ... and the number 1,600 comes up quite a lot too ... Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Israel: a tale of hegemony, strife, and (apparent) growth - Sept 2022 Authors: Aner Govrin, Bar Ilan University Golan Shahar, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Sharon Ziv Beiman, Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo https://www.researchgate.net/publication/363817651_Psychoanalytic_psychotherapy_in_Israel_a_tale_of_hegemony_strife_and_apparent_growth " ... We then locate a two-decade-long developmental process, culminating with the hegemony of the psychoanalytic school within Israeli psychiatry, psychology and psychotherapy, leading to strife and a political fight within the psychology profession to diffuse this hegemony. Somewhat paradoxically, that this fight succeeded eventually has led to the growth of Israeli psychoanalysis ... "
  15. In a BBC news report yesterday a man was speaking of his Mother's kidnap, and he was worried how she would manage without her medication. He emptied a big green bag full of pill bottles, and then the camera panned to a shelf full. I noticed a box of Amitriptyline. Interesting. It's a serious / awful sleeping pill and anti depressant? (It also made me wonder how many other countries elderly are on as many tabs as the ones in the UK are.)
  16. Just sharing this as a point of interest perhaps, as I saw it on the news https://www.ynetnews.com/article/b1lz4l8m6 Queen Rania of Jordan: claim Israel trying to protect Gaza civilians 'insult to one’s intelligence' After casting doubt on Hamas atrocities, queen of Hashemite Kingdom says 'being pro-Palestinian is not being antisemitic' and that 'Israel alone is responsible for its own crimes'
  17. 6 minute clip, all sounds about right in this next part of the scam and genocide. I dont say that without good reason. after 5 minute mark ... "past few years, insecurity and unrest in Israel, the misuse of public funds on agendas such as covid, climate, judicial reform, abolishing cash and many more ... exposing evil forces ... planned operation, deep state ... "
  18. TV advert Young children advertising anxiety and depression 40% are suffering mental health ... Thats all I caught for now. Absolute disgrace as usual. The flood gates are really open now, aren't they.
  19. Inside Iran: The fight for freedom ITV Filmed in secret over a year, this unflinching exposure documentary reveals the extent of ongoing human rights abuses taking place in Iran while the world looks on. I thought this might be part of Iran being in the news every other minute, re; Israel, but I see it was made following the death of Mahsa Zhina Amini in police custody. As it's being shown now I think it's OK to share it in this thread?
  20. This is a few lines I jotted down a few days ago from an interview on BBC News. Sorry it's just a little 'bit' with no links. Kay Bailey Former US Ambassador to Nato 2017 - 2021 It's very troubling We're seeing tensions rising all around the world What happened to Israel is unprovoked and they have a right to retaliate, that's for sure ... Knowing that Iran is behind ( it ) ... So, what produces the best result? ...
  21. “ Party Marty … He accepted that it damaged public confidence going forward “ As was part of the aim, I suppose? “ Boris Johnson blew hot and cold on lockdown as it was such a significant decision “
  22. Mr Reynolds turned on ‘disappearing messages’ on PM updates fearing press leaks It’s all one big advert, and the rest of the crap
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