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  1. 1 hour ago, Ed8 said:

    Yes I am. I am against lockdowns, masks, fascist technocracy and think the vaccines are extremely dangerous.


    Thing is, the information we post in support of these views is held to a much higher burden of proof than those posting information in support of the govt/MSM because we don't control the trusted media outlets. The smallest chink of falsehood is jumped on by the 77th and others and used to discredit the entire movement.

    I agree with this. The majority of folks are currently heavily influenced by the powerful MSM propaganda machine, and anybody that is even mildly sceptical of what they're being told comes under heavy scrutiny, which is why the quality of the evidence supporting the case against the tyrants needs to be higher and attention to detail is important.


    Unfortunately it can be a bit of a ball ache checking every little detail, but that's what the opposing forces will do anyway, so we have to beat them at their own game, while staying united and not splitting off into too many "Peoples Front of Judea" factions.


    I am encouraged to see more and more people waking up, and although there are still too many compliant folk obeying orders for my liking, I am optimistic and think we're heading in the right direction. 

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  2. 6 hours ago, Ed8 said:

    Source? Fact-checkers says its fake:


    “Verbatim” is a memoir book by Jacques Attali, a French politician and counselor to President François Mitterrand from 1981 to 1991. The book reproduces Attali’s memories, dialogues and routine activities. According to the French fact-checking organization AFP Factual, its verification team failed to find the quote in the book from the 1980s. The publisher of the work in France sent a copy of the interview with Jacques Attali in the book, where the viral text does not appear. Moreover, it found no mention of a pandemic in the book.

    Thanks for this. I was in the middle of searching for where the quote came from when I saw your post. I tend to be vary careful nowadays and try not to repost something before checking because "there be trolls in them thar hills", sitting there waiting for any slip up so that they can rubbish, discredit and dismiss anyone who doesn't buy the official bullshit narrative.



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  3. 23 minutes ago, wingwang said:






    Thanks for that.  I presume that you updated the spreadsheet yourself to get the red numbers and the totals.
    If it's not too much of a hassle could you also share the source of the data you used to get the Adverse Reaction numbers and the increase numbers.

  4. 1 hour ago, Kala Namak said:


    I just checked on the wayback machine myself and the before and after April 2020 dates do not match what I found. Looks like the dodgy definition "remix" happened sometime between the 18th and 26th January 2021...


    ...followed by another 12 inch extended mutant variant remix released on 1st June 2021...


    Prior to this year, the definition appears to have been pretty consistent since the 2006...
    "a preparation of killed microorganisms, living attenuated organisms, or living fully virulent organisms that is administered to produce or artificially increase immunity to a particular disease"


    If you control the language, you control the argument
    If you control the argument, you control information
    If you control information, you control history
    If you control history, you control the past
    He who controls the past controls the future.

    – George Orwell 1984

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  5. 6 hours ago, SimonTV said:



    I just checked on the wayback machine myself and the before and after April 2020 dates do not match what I found. Looks like the dodgy definition "remix" happened sometime between the 18th and 26th January 2021...


  6. On 7/1/2021 at 9:20 AM, SimonTV said:

    Apparently the Stanford study that was cited has been retracted for the following reasons :-


    The Editorial Committee concluded that the author’s hypothesis is misleading on the following basis:


    1. A broader review of existing scientific evidence clearly shows that approved masks with correct certification, and worn in compliance with guidelines, are an effective prevention of COVID-19 transmission.


    2. The manuscript misquotes and selectively cites published papers. References #16, 17, 25 and 26 are all misquoted.


    3. Table 1. Physiological and Psychological Effects of Wearing Facemask and Their Potential Health Consequences, generated by the author. All data in the table is unverified, and there are several speculative statements.


    4. The author submitted that he is currently affiliated to Stanford University, and VA Palo Alto Health Care System. However, both institutions have confirmed that Dr Vainshelboim ended his connection with them in 2016.


    A subsequent internal investigation by the Editor-in-Chief and the Publisher have determined that this article was externally peer reviewed but not with our customary standards of rigor prior to publication. The journal has re-designed its editorial and review workflow to ensure that this will not happen again in future.


    Retraction notice to “Facemasks in the COVID-19 era: A health hypothesis” [Medical Hypotheses 146 (2021) 5] (nih.gov)

  7. 4 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:



    This Denis Rancourt Tweet explains what happened with the first link I posted. He has been banned from ResearchGate for publishing evidence showing that masks can cause harm to the wearer. It seems as though his research may have hit a nerve.



    I have now watched his debate with David Kyle Johnson and Rancourt clearly and easily won the day. Rancourt remained calm, focused and effortlessly lucid whilst Johnson seemed pretty unhinged and like a petulant child, especially towards the close. He did get very shouty! The YouTube comments are overwhelmingly in support of Rancourt too which says it all.

    Cheers, I saw that tweet. On the one hand I do get a bit annoyed when stuff is removed and people cancelled for non-compliance with the "official narrative". On the other hand, the fact that they are getting increasingly desperate with their attempts to cancel people shows that there are folks that have something major to hide and that hopefully the truth will out and more people will see this debacle for the fraud that it is. 

    I have big respect for people like Rancourt that put themselves out there and are strong enough to stand behind what they say even they are opposed by aggressive fascist numpties like Kyle Johnson, and yes I agree with you, imo Rancourt did win that argument. DKJ disqualified himself with his bad behaviour imo. 

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  8. 10 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:


    I'm out of reactions unfortunately but it's a good idea to save it, particularly given that it was taken down from PubMed so quickly! I have done the same.


    It's good to see you back on the forum. 🙂



    Thanks, I was never really away, and usually peek in here at least once a day, just haven't posted that much. 

    I'm trying to stay positive and to look for some light at the end of the covid tunnel, can't really see that much at the moment if I'm honest. Hopefully more people are waking up and the momentum shifting, but right now the overwhelming majority are compliant, and imo that's not great.

  9. 7 hours ago, bradlaw said:

    Awesome 10 minutes !! Repost I'm sure but the more views the merrier !

    Thanks for posting that. It is a good video imo, however I'm usually a bit put off by "MUST WATCH" and I also prefer to go to the original creators video...


    ...and thanks to that I have a bunch of other good quality videos to watch. Kate Wand - YouTube

    Unfortunately there are not enough hours in the day to watch all the stuff I want to watch and read. I may need to clone myself.

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  10. 44 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    Thanks also for posting the video - I haven't watched it yet, but it pre-dates Denis Rancourt's latest report on masks by several months. I understand that he had previously compiled evidence against masks in around May 2020 which proved to be pretty controversial and which is probably the subject matter of the debate in your video. He has now built further upon what he previously presented in his latest report (dated 22nd February 2021).

    Thanks for the link. I've saved my own copy because stuff like this has the uncanny ability to "disappear" all of a sudden. I vaguely remember the video being quite a hard watch as David Kyle was very shouty. Looking forward to reading what the update is.

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    On 4/6/2021 at 9:11 PM, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    I don't recall having seen this posted yet but perhaps @DarianF may already have done so.


    Denis Rancourt, who is a member of PANDA, has, in the absence of any risk assessments completed by our governments, compiled this review of scientific reports specifically examining the harms caused by face masks.




    Here is the opening summary.



    That link to Denis Rancourt's report appears not to be working, there is however an article here that appears to cover the same points, which I found referenced in a detailed point by point rebuttal, or as the author David Kyle Johnson puts it, a "Complete Debunking" (10,000+ words long, not read it yet) 

    Rancourt's article includes a youtube video of a debate between them which I remember watching last year and as I recall, it was very very heated...



  12. 56 minutes ago, Doc said:

    This was really nice to see. The data is there to prove this is all make-believe. The guy calmly tells it like it is, using evidence provided by the perpetrators of this nightmare. There is no talk of microchips, vaccine zombies or nanobots being clandestinely self administered. It was straight up real science presented well. Anyone know much about this PANDA bunch? They do seem to have credentials. 

    If only someone could hack BBC1 and broadcast this primetime.

    "In a break from our usual programming we have an important and rather uplifting update about the coronavirus pandemic" 

    I hadn't heard of PANDA before I stumbled across the Nick Hudson video.
    They have Dr Sam Bailey on the team, and I like her content. I'll be keeping an eye on them and looking forward to some more good quality stuff.


    The Team - PANDA (pandata.org)

  13. I thought this interview on Talk Radio this morning was quite interesting.

    Ian Collins interviewed Professor David Livermore, one of the signatories of the Great Barrington Declaration, followed by an interview with Dr Deepti Gurdasani who was rather scathing of the signatories and their credentials and believes that those "fringe views" should not be given a platform...




    I'd not heard of Dr Gurdasani before but will be keeping half an eye on her twit posts from now on...






  14. 5 minutes ago, Jack said:

    Talk Radio is my go to some great disussion on there

    I grew up listening to LBC (Bob and Doug, Robbie Vincent, Mike Dickin, Tommy Boyd, Steve Allen, Therese Birch etc...) then switched to Talk Radion briefly after LBC got broken up, but then Radio 5 Live became my default station for car journeys. Nowadays I don't really listen to the radio and have more or less boycotted MSM since the start of the Kung Flu season back in March. 

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  15. On 9/29/2020 at 6:00 AM, Messenger said:

    Good evening ladies and lads. 


    Here is an interesting email someone in my family received from Dr. Thomas Cowan. He is the doctor who when all this corona bs started pointed out the similarities to the Spanish flu event in regards to frequency. He is what I consider a real doctor, not some big pharma lackey pushing pills.


    Here is his response regarding his book allegedly being canceled. It was not canceled, according to him Amazon stopped carrying the book because apparently they disagreed with the content. :classic_rolleyes: Amazon.....who also own Whole Foods. 




    His blog:




    His book, The Contagion Myth.


    "Why Amazon Banned Our Book

    At a certain age, many children go through a “why” stage.  They pick an issue, or many issues, and ask why, seemingly over and over, never satisfied with the answers they receive.  Why is the sky blue?  We answer because the light hits the molecules of water in the air at a certain angle.  Or, it’s because of the prism effect of the light and the air, or it’s because that is how the world was made.  None of these answers seem to satisfy the child. 


    When we are teenagers and young adults, we learn that America is a free country, that we are living in the post-Enlightenment era in which we believe in science, reason, logic and rational discourse.  We believe and are taught that we can go as far as our reasoning, intellect and imagination can take us.


    When we become middle-aged adults, we refine our understanding of the issues in our field.  We learn the precise rules that govern plumbing, electrical appliances, heart function, gardening or whatever is our chosen interest.  We learn how to be discerning, we begin to understand all the known facts about our chosen field, and for some, we attempt to expand the boundaries of what is already known.


    And, finally, as we become elders, some of us learn how hollow the whole edifice of “science” and institutional thinking has become.  The hollowness of this aspect of life in America in 2020 is tragically evident.  You probably have already heard that Amazon, the largest bookseller in the history of the world, has chosen to refuse to carry the new book I co-wrote with my friend Sally Fallon Morell.  It sent notices to all those who pre-ordered the book, saying the publisher chose to stop its publication.  That is a lie.  Amazon chose to cancel carrying the book because it objects to the content, according to an email an Amazon representative sent to our publisher.  This decision flies in the face of any claim that we live in a free and fair society where any and all legitimate discourse is not only allowed but also welcomed.



    The central premise of “The Contagion Myth” is that, contrary to what we have been led to believe, no actual scientific evidence exists that any novel coronavirus exists. Science lays out clear, well-accepted and defined rules for how we determine that a new virus exists.  Researchers take a sample from a sick person, macerate, filter and centrifuge it until a pure virus is obtained. This virus is then examined under the electron microscope.


    Shockingly, on page 39 of the CDC’s July 2020 bulletin, the CDC acknowledges no published “isolates” of the coronavirus are known.  Equally shockingly, the authors of the six most important papers on the isolation and characterization of this new virus all publicly and in writing admit that they neither purified nor isolated this virus.  At this point, there is simply no evidence this virus exists, let alone causes any disease."


    I am writing this to let my friends and supporters know what happened.  “The Contagion Myth” has not been pulled by the publisher; at this point it is available through the following websites:

        Barnes & Noble





    It will also be available on our site.  We are asking for your support: Our book is now No. 1 on Barnes & Noble’s best-seller list! We encourage you to buy from B&N, at least for now, to show how much people are interested in this subject. Share the book with your friends, start groups to talk about the contents of the book, send us comments, questions and feedback.  Send us studies refuting or supporting our claims.


    Human beings now are craving truth, dialogue, connection and freedom.  Let us join together to oppose the medical tyranny that is based on lies and censorship.  Let us join together to create a world fit for free and healthy people, not a dystopian world of corporate control.  Join us.  


    To finish, I am still wondering why the sky is blue.  Frankly, I don’t know the answer.  My best guess right now is that blue is God’s favorite color. 


    With love,




    Has anyone tried to get hold of this book?
    The Amazon computer says "NO!". 

    Barnes & Noble says "Temporarily out of stock online", which sounds rather odd. Maybe they've run out of bytes.


    Anyway, I managed to get it from the Google Play Store.  


    For my sins, my digital book purchases are usually via Amazon/Kindle and I try to make sure that for every book I've purchased digitally, that I have my own personal copy in case I can no longer access my account for whatever reason. In order to do this with the Google Play Store book I did the following...


    1. Download the EPUB


    ...found out it doesn't actually download the book to your PC but a link in the form of an file with the extension "epub.acsm" In order to download the actual book, you need Adobe Digital Editions.


    2. Installed Adobe Digital Editions and added the previously downloaded "link" to my library. This downloads the ".epub" book to your pc so you have your own copy.



    3. I then used Calibre book reader to convert it into .pdf and .docx formats, which I also did with the "Corona False Alarm" book that I bought a few days ago...



    Hope this is of use to anyone trying to get hold of these books in the era of digital book burning.

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  16. 3 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:


     You must know the order, if you followed the story?


    Can you put up the link to video footage of him being arrested at Trafalgar Square please, because I haven't been able

    to find that to date. Only footage I've found is the arrrest in Hyde Park.

    Apologies, I thought I saw footage from Trafalgar Sq however it looks like a brief bit of the Speakers corner arrest was edited and appended onto the end of the Trafalgar Sq stormtrooper video, and it looks like he was only arrested at Hyde Park, now that I've looked properly.

  17. 4 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:


    See my thread. Arrested only once in Hyde Park afaik








    Well there is video footage of him being "taken away" by the police twice, once at Hyde Park and once at Trafalgar Sq, I presume after the second one of those detentions, he was kept in custody for 22 hours. I'm just a bit puzzled as to the order in which those events happened. Was it Hyde Park first, then released, then Trafalgar Sq, or vice versa.

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