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  1. Golden Retriever - if your OP is directed towards me in part for the Rebel News video I posted in the coronavirus megathread, I posted it because I saw it on social media and thought it was a point of interest – nothing more. It is possibly the first (and only) video of theirs I have ever watched and the content didn't seem offensive. My post was just a statement of what they say they are doing in terms of supposedly providing legal help to people fined for breaching coronavirus measures rather than a glowing endorsement. People can then make their minds up themselves. No opinion was offered in my post and it wasn't meant as a promotion of Rebel News. I do still think it is an interesting video worthy of some discussion and it seems you have done some further digging as to their lawyer.

     

    You are right to bring up any dubious connections that Rebel News may have so thank you. I have never followed Rebel News, Tommy Robinson and Katie Hopkins etc as they don't hold much interest to me so I am not as well versed as you in their dodgy dealings. Rebel News haven't even been on my radar as is it outside my usual areas of interest whereas this is clearly an area of much greater interest to you. Each to their own.

     

    MSM articles get posted all the time and we all know that the MSM are outright controlled. But members are not called out for doing so as it seems to be generally accepted as the reporting of info rather than an endorsement of the content.

     

    Most faces within the alternative media get accused of being controlled opposition – including DI himself – so it is hard, perhaps impossible, to be certain of who is genuine. The forum is filled with content from DI, UK Column, Save Our Rights, Simon Dolan, Max Igan, Santos Bonacci, Amazing Polly, Shaun Atwood, the doctors behind the Barrington Declaration, Piers Corbyn, Brian Rose and many more - all of whom have been on the receiving end of suggestions that they are not legit. There are few faces within the alternative community who haven't been accused of being controlled opposition.

     

    The conspiracy theory arena is a minefield which contains a vast array of subjects and members cannot be expected to know everything about every theory and every personality in the so-called truth movement. Individuals tend to gravitate to their personal areas of interest.

  2. I am sure that, earlier in the thread, a link was posted (possibly by Odds?) to FOI responses from Local Authorities to questions surrounding cases of Covid-19 amongst their staff. I can't for the life of me find it now.

     

    I have come across some similar responses from some police forces and 1 NHS trust below. All of the responses state that there have been zero deaths from Covid-19, miniscule numbers of hospitalisations and small numbers of staff officially diagnosed with the disease.

     

    West Midlands Police

     

    https://foi.west-midlands.police.uk/coronavirus-deaths-665a-20/?fbclid=IwAR3yP-KbD_6lWTyCwL4PKkqdP8SP7D4okgxXoulkrIN1ngFvtQ120w-AG24

     

    https://foi.west-midlands.police.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/665A_ATTACHMENT_01.pdf

     

    Suffolk and Norfolk Constabularies

     

    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/sites/suffolk/files/foi_003107-20.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1H4i1Obo9ge4hSj0KGKyvzxNIdMh64_1oVUrMat5ugWLCpGG4_rrOlGmA

     

    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/sites/suffolk/files/foi_003269-20_0.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3nG7_c8HLPzBFHhCUoLGqrWQDj9lYYO6zWl8gSFAB4TWilfddJe4wpkFE

     

    Leicestershire Police

     

    https://www.leics.police.uk/SysSiteAssets/foi-media/leicestershire/disclosure_2020/09.-september/3033-20-workforce-statistics-regarding-covid-19.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2MfiUs3pjCYvcVmftstzb1oUMhU4cJEr1KPwVEj299RNt1OSBKfCWC6Bo

     

    East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

     

    https://www.esht.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Disclosure-Log-20-253.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3mORXpFvw7xFiYL6Mlx4l_ljFfUqdYZ3l5nX5hsuUFCtZCgUnaFCWU_rY

  3. https://davidicke.com/2020/08/16/42-peer-reviewed-studies-that-show-masks-are-neither-safe-nor-effective-its-about-subjugation-and-control-not-health-except-destroying-it/

    42 peer-reviewed studies that show masks are neither safe nor effective (it’s about subjugation and control not health – except for destroying it)

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    3  J Brainard, N Jones, et al. Facemasks and similar barriers to prevent respiratory illness such as COVID19: A rapid systematic review.  MedRxiv. 2020 Apr 1.

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    17  N Shimasaki, A Okaue, et al. Comparison of the filter efficiency of medical nonwoven fabrics against three different microbe aerosols. Biocontrol Sci.  2018; 23(2). 61-69.

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    21  C DaZhou, P Sivathondan, et al. Unmasking the surgeons: the evidence base behind the use of facemasks in surgery.  JR Soc Med. 2015 Jun; 108(6): 223-228.

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    27  C MacIntyre, H Seale, et al. A cluster randomized trial of cloth masks compared with medical masks in healthcare workers.  BMJ Open. 2015; 5(4)

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    30  E Person, C Lemercier et al.  Effect of a surgical mask on six minute walking distance.  Rev Mal Respir. 2018 Mar; 35(3):264-268.

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  4. The John Hopkins Centre for Health and Security, known for its Event 201 simulation in October 2019, published the SPARS pandemic scenario in 2017.

     

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    It follows the usual script. A novel coronavirus, originating in the far east (the Philippines), is brought back to the US by missionaries. Severe cases later develop pneumonia and/or hypoxia and die (starting in October 2019). RT-PCR tests confirm the emergence of this novel coronavirus, although development of a rapid diagnostic test is not yet available and, with flu season just getting underway, it is difficult to distinguish between flu and true cases of SPARS. Transmission is thought to take place through droplet spread with the recommendation of diligent hand hygiene and disinfectants combined with isolation. A public health emergency is declared with fears of a global pandemic. Mild cases were often perceived as flu and therefore not identified causing mortality rates to be inflated (by the WHO). Asymptomatic spread takes place because of the extended incubation period of the virus before symptoms develop.

     

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    WHO recommends interventions originally designed for flu and other similar respiratory pathogens, such as hygiene, social distancing, and isolation of suspected cases, all of which are less effective against SPARS. No treatment or vaccine for SPARS is available at this time and anti-viral drugs come with concerns about adverse side effects.

     

    The race for a vaccine ensues and part of the "communication dilemma" in the scenario (page 13) involves how to avoid public concern over the safety and efficacy of an expedited vaccine, which could be seen as rushed and flawed, whilst questioning the safety and efficacy of other treatment including alternative treatments and natural remedies.

     

    Public interest in SPARS starts to wane in 2026 so government agencies and health bodies need to find ways to overcome this and promote the forthcoming vaccine "Corovax" via a public health messaging campaign including the use of popular celebrities and renowned experts. With revelations that other treatments employed (a drug called Kalocivir) have not been as effective as first thought, alongside covert access of patient health records, health bodies need to also restore public trust in the lead up to the release of Corovax. How also should authorities tackle the anti-vax movement and a rogue nation - Japan - which rejects the vaccine and which is widely covered in international media?

     

    Side effects (neurological symptoms) from vaccination start to develop in some recipients and lawsuits commence.

     

    The pandemic officially ends in August 2028 with suggestions that it had been over-exaggerated and widespread distrust of "Big Pharma" with conspiracy theories gaining traction across social media including suggestions that SPARS was a deliberately created bio-weapon.

     

    The entire scenario is unashamedly focused on promotion of vaccination programmes and how to manipulate public perception into accepting Corovax. Here is the final paragraph:

     

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    The very real possibility of a future SPARS pandemic necessitates continued commitment to vaccination programs as well as accurate, culturally appropriate, and timely communication from public health agencies across the planet. While the communication experiences of the SPARS pandemic of 2025-2028 offer some examples for how this communication can and should occur, they also identify practices that should be avoided, or at least modified, for responses to future public health emergencies.

     

    Although it is a story of which we are all no doubt familiar, it nevertheless makes for interesting reading and provides further evidence of the planning that has gone into the Scamdemic.

     

    https://silview.media/2020/10/25/the-roadmap-for-the-2025-2028-pandemic-already-published-by-event-201-organisers/

     

    https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2017/spars-pandemic-scenario.pdf

     

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  5. Global flu rates are down by 98% in 2020.

     

    Rather than concluding the obvious that Covid-19 is just flu rebranded (with artificially inflated case numbers), mainstream explanations include suggesting that masks and social distancing have been working well to combat flu. It has also been suggested that Covid-19 has been competing with, and beating flu, in infecting people...

     

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  6. 2 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

    The Economist magazine was and possibly still is owned by the Rothschilds family. They are usually represented at the secretive

    Bilderberg Conferences every year.

     

    Can any sleuths work out if their publication at the end of 2019 gave any clues to the devastating Scamdemic we are seeing today in 2020.

     

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    I haven't done enough research myself yet. There are videos about this front cover, but is there a link to Corona?

     

    Other years and other events are welcome. If I remember correctly they knew about the Paris terrorist attacks circa 2015, before they happened.

     

     

     

    In September, Robert Odeck of the Observation Deck Youtube channel interviewed "J" who has a numerology background and who claims to have decoded the front page of the Economist magazine above.

     

    "J" believes that asteriod 18VP1 may bring chaos in the final quarter of 2020 - he thinks that this coming weekend (closest to Halloween) could be particularly pivotal. You may wonder how this relates to coronavirus but some pandemics throughout history - e.g. Justinian's Plague and the Black Death - have been linked to asteroids and other unusual celestial phenomena.

     

    The interview also links in with Robert's previous video ('1666 vs 2020 Part 1') which covered the theme of the 1666 Great Fire of London and the great reset which took place after the devastation of the plague and the fire. I posted Part 1 in the Great Reset thread.

     

     

     

     

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  7. This video shows what a ghost town London has become. Businesses are collapsing all over, TFL have announced bankruptcy, tourism is dead and retail units are empty. The city will never be the same again.

     

     

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  8. The Tesco Manager in this video, who tried to prevent this man from entering the store for not being appropriately dressed, eventually has to admit that clothes are essential.

     

    Edited to add: @alexaliterally just beat me to it (by a matter of seconds) with her pictures of this guy.

     

     

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  9. Apparently, according to social media, the list below has been released by a whistleblower. It outlines what is deemed essential and non-essential with pet care items (including toys presumably) being approved whilst many baby products and children's toys aren't.

     

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  10. At the march today in London, a friend was lectured and handed one of these leaflets by a police officer. This was because some swear words were uttered over the megaphone we were using (by another random person on the march).

     

    In return, my friend gave the police officer one of the Covid-19 protest leaflets being handed out.

     

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  11. 20 minutes ago, lake said:

     

    For you

     

    https://docdro.id/14h7d1a

     

    but don't tell anyone else ok?

     

    Thanks for this as a friend of mine mentioned 'The Contagion Myth' to me earlier today and that you can't get hold of it - I have shared the link with him. Out of reactions...

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  12. 42 minutes ago, Given To Fly said:

     

    ok, got the 'test' thing out yesterday and i swabbed it with a pineapple. have it recorded.

    the box itself to return is a fucking nightmare. deliberately i say.

     

    Nice one @Given To Fly - out of likes for now. Please do report back on the results.

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  13. 83 year old Maureen from Barnsley has been on Good Morning Britain today with her husband speaking her truth again along with plain common sense.

     

    She eclipses the nauseating and patronising Dr Sarah Jarvis who has clearly been wheeled in as the so-called "expert" to shut her down and who has quite some nerve to say that this has been the worst pandemic in 101 years.

     

     

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