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  1. You may have heard of the Queensland fish n chip shop owner Pauline Hanson who rose to fame in the 90s by being elected to the Senate with her "Asian invasion" speech.... and recently remerged and got back into politics with a "Muslim invasion" speech - not my cup of tea of a politician (none are) but she's got more balls (in a good way) than most men and its heartening that she honestly represents the people who elected her - the "Australia First" type.


    But fair-dinkum speech shouting out the great Australian men who bravely battle bush fires, put food on their families tables and ask for nothing.... and no one gives them a round of applause.



    The 90s was a hideous decade lol


  2. Polish Paster who so magnificently booted those Canadian thugfuckerys out of his Easter celebration gives TV interview telling Canadians to rise up! (He says he was bought up under the Communist dictatorship behind the Iron Curtain and been yelling from the rooftops since this started) - worth the 7min listen to all his words


    He says they have been harassing and intimidating them for the whole 13 months, record on Christmas 100 officers and 52 police cruisers .....quote: "I told them don't you dare keep coming here intimidating our children, our elderly, our woman"


    I fucking love how Brave and Noble the Polish are! 


    Not having a specific dig here, but what English Bishop or NZ Minister has this mindset our children, our elderly, our woman 👊👊👊👊


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  3. 6 hours ago, Nats and dogs said:

    Has anybody seen this? Apologies if it's already on here.



    screenshot covid test kits 2017


    WITS suddenly changed the original label 'COVID-19' into the vague term 'Medical Test Kits'. At first they however forgot to delete one detail: the bottom of the webpage still showed the product code for these 'Medical Test Kits': 300215 which means 'COVID-19 Test Kits'.

    covid19 product code


    for original data look here:


    Oh I remember when this came to light last year - undeniable evidence....


    The factcheckers were immediately out in force and getting their knickers in a right Gordian Knot in an attempt to 'debunk' it...


    Imagine being the person or team trying to come up with this.....(ill cut out the boring stuff to save the tears) but in summary...


    Basically, yes these hundreds of thousands of 'medical test kits' were sold to countries around the world in 17/18.... but nothing to do with covid (of course not!)... in April, in order to track these "medical test kits for covid" better, they updated their item titles, including the 2017/2018 ones! (as you do) - then, when this obvious 'oversight' that would give the game away was uncovered by some snoop in their mothers basement in September, they changed the item titles again in order to clear up any misunderstanding, even adding a little 'disclaimer' ! lolZ


    SEPTEMBER 9, 2020

    Fact check: World Bank website does not show COVID-19 testing kits were purchased in 2017 and 2018

    Social media users are sharing posts claiming the World Bank’s website shows that COVID-19 testing kits were purchased in 2017 and 2018, implying prior knowledge of the outbreak. This is false: the World Bank explained the products had only been relabelled with COVID-related descriptions in April 2020. Prior to that, the products had been listed since 2017, but not in relation to the pandemic.




    The screenshots show web pages entitled “COVID-19 Test kits (382200) imports by country in 2017” or “COVID-19 Test kits (300215) exports by country in 2018” with a detailed list broken down by country where the product description is “COVID-19 Test kits” and the year is listed as 2018 or 2017.


    Archives of these webpages from Sept. 4-6, 2020, show that the WITS website did have “COVID-19” in the product description for three product codes for imports and exports dated to 2017 and 2018.


    The HS codes 300215 and 382200 were classified as “COVID-19 Test kits” and the product code 902780 was described as “COVID-19 Diagnostic Test instruments and apparatus” 


    The World Bank told Reuters that these products and product codes predate COVID. They have been used since 2017 - not in relation to COVID-19 but labelled “in much more technical terms that did not mention COVID”.


    In April 2020, the products were relabelled amid the pandemic and the WITS updated its product descriptions accordingly, including those attached to the data from 2017 and 2018, even if the products had not been used in relation to COVID-19 at the time.


    The World Bank said, “In April, given the newfound importance of these products in diagnosing and treating COVID-19, the WHO and the World Customs issued a list  of these key products to make it easier to track them—assigning COVID-related descriptions/labels to each of them. For the same reason (to facilitate easier tracking), the WITS team created a special section using this list (as well as the new WHO/WCO labels/descriptions).”


    However, as of Sept. 7, 2020, the COVID-related product descriptions no longer appear on the WITS website pages screenshotted in the Facebook posts. The World Bank told Reuters that in light of misinterpretations, they decided to change the labels again “to make it clear that these were products that predated COVID-19.”


    As of Sept. 7, on the WITS website 382200 and 382200 now have the product description “Medical Test kits”and 902780 is “Medical Diagnostic Test instruments and apparatus”(here).


    To help avoid the misunderstanding, a disclaimer has been added to the WITS site that says: “The data here track previously existing medical devices that are now classified (here) by the World Customs Organization as critical to tackling COVID-19.”


    False. The products and product codes shown in the screenshots of the WITS website have been used since 2017 but not in relation to COVID-19. The product descriptions on the website were updated with COVID-related labels in April 2020. Due to misinterpretation, WITS then reverted the product descriptions around Sept. 7, 2020 to clarify the products predated COVID-19.



    The BBC does a pisspoor job in their 'explanation' IMO



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    I remember watching this years ago but just came across it again. You wouldn't believe it without seeing it if someone told you...

    Creepy as.. fking satanic monsters.


    Starts with the infamously posed Dubya sitting in that classroom on 911 but RIGHT BEFORE he's told "America is under attack" the kids a literally chanting .. probably as the people are leaping from those windows.... sick fks.


    Teacher: Get ready

    Children: Kite

    *camera just so happens to do a close up on Bush's face which looks like he's trying to contain his demonic excitement just as the kids chant KIT (HIT)*



     In between each chant the teachers going "get ready"

    and immediately after they finish the staffers come and whisper in his ear....

    Creepy AF


    Then they start with MY PET GOAT! when Dubya has the book upside down!





    May 29, 2014

    Kindergarden Class Recites This - "Kite Hit Steel Plane Must" While Bush Reads "My Pet Goat" Book (Upside Down) 

    A Note from the Author...
    When I took on the research of 9/11 - and the task of writing this into an internet blog format - I debated whether or not I  should include some of the more "weird" aspects that I have found in my research.  The "No Plane Theories" fall in this category- as do other topics.  Luckily, the "No Plane Theories of 9/11" yielded some AMAZING results and really vaulted my perspective on how they were able to pull off the media hoax portion of 9/11.

    This upcoming story about what was happening in the kindergarden classroom on 9/11, while President Bush was visiting - is very bizarre (to say the least).  

    To avoid sharing this information would be omission.  I don't feel that it would be fair to my audience to cloak this knowledge and not reveal what I have stumbled into, while conducting research.  I try to keep my information as "candid" as possible, and in order to do this - I really feel that I must share what it is that I have stumbled into - when I discover different legs of the research rabbit WHOLE!

    The only way to view the "WHOLE" is to share ALL of what I have found, that shows the many different facets of this particular story.

    The goat symbolism and the words recited by the students used are very interesting and some would argue that this is possibly a form of Occult Ritual.

    Head's Up:

    This is one of the most bizarre things that I've seen in my 9/11 Truth research. Here is a brief overview of the words associated with the term "Kite".  Kite has multiple meanings... like "Let's go fly a kite".  Check kiting - check fraud floating funds from one account to another account without actually having the funds in either account (which is very interesting with Rumsfeld's announcement the day before 9/11 where they were missing 2.3 trillion dollars).  Then there is also the term "kite' - which is an Egyptian bird linked with the Goddess Isis - used in ceremonies to bring back the dead.


    On the day of 9/11, George W. Bush visited the Booker Elementary School in Florida - and was reading a Goat Book (upside down).  

    While he was reading this book, the elementary school children were reciting these words:

    Kite Hit Steel, Plane Must.

    What are the odds of this?

    9/11 is playing out - while these kids are chanting 5 words - and 3 of the words happen to be directly linked with the events of 9/11...

    Hit Steel Plane

    In the video, they actually break right after this - and this is the exact time where the man comes and whispers into President's Bush's ear - that the nation is under attack.

    Now, looking at this photo below, you see that they have doctored the photo with different words than what I saw appearing when I first read this news.  They have now switched the words to:

    Kite Kit Steal Playing Must.

    (They have also tweaked this video where these exact words are shown, where I don't remember them showing up like this- before).

    This definitely changes the meaning from what originally appeared in the research that I have been doing.


    I know, I know... 
    This Booker Elementary School story is one of the most FAR FETCHED stores out of the entire 9/11 Truth information that I have found researching for hours on youtube.com.

    However, I feel compelled to include this in The Research Rabbit Whole: 9/11 Edition - simply because I have dedicated myself to the task of pulling together ALL of the key research that I have found while digging in this particular rabbit hole of information.

    Hey, I KNOW that this totally is OFF the WALL and probably people will assume that I'm batsh*t crazy for mentioning it, but what the heck is this?

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  5. 1 hour ago, Human10 said:



    Fucked checkers convinced me... 🤣


    False. While authentic, this scene from Project Runway is not evidence of “predictive programming”. There is no public evidence to suggest the COVID-19 outbreak was deliberately planned. According to the designer Kovid Kapoor himself, his outfit drew inspiration from mask-wearing customs in some Asian countries, a trend pre-dating COVID-19, and was intended as an environmental statement.


    I'm glad we're on the same page - I too need factcheckers to do my thinking for me!🤣


    One of my personal favourites is:





    False claim: London Olympic Games ceremony symbolically predicted the COVID-19 pandemic

    A Facebook post falsely claims that the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games contained a symbolic ritual predicting the coronavirus pandemic.


    False: the Olympic ceremony was a celebration of British history and culture, with no link to the coronavirus pandemic.


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  6. 2 hours ago, pete675 said:

    'care homes' was always a misnomer for places which are not homes and - with few exceptions - don't care at all. But after reading this, the title of 'killing centres' would be more accurate.

    They're a burden [read; not "expense" so much as burden] on the State....


    Although it's obvious the spending spree on the UK credit card is endless because everything is going to be 'reset' anyway... its fucking galling reading this..


    Government saves £600m on state pension payments as Covid deaths surge

    Fiscal watchdog increases the estimated number of excess pensioner deaths by 45pc

    ByJessica Beard, PENSIONS REPORTER25 November 2020 • 3:06pm




    UKC News...just like taking the sick out of hospital and sticking them back in homes, then denying them even basic antiboitics...then love and affection from family...happening ALL OVER THE WORLD... obvious agenda...and now here comes the jab!  makes me sick!



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  7. 1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Not all of them. Even after it was clear that the Axis powers were losing, many fought until their deaths because they knew they would get raped and pillaged by the Bolshevik menace, then the Bolsheviks proved them right with the mass rape of German women.

     before the war....1930s... when most folk could see what was going on but didn't want to rock the boat because it was 'not worth the hassle' .....granted they were living in times that would have truly been frightening/dangerous not acquiescing to wearing a mask in a shop if the Führer had said it was volksgeist

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  8. 1 hour ago, Dickwan said:

    For me it's not worth the hassle - my way of dealing with it

    Most citizens of 1930s Deutschland thought the same way.....


    Where's your courage? You understand that mass acquiescence has caused this shit show to go on for so long that civil disobedience [possibly violent] is now the only way to stop the enslavement of your grandchildren and all that you hold dear.


    Just 3 weeks

    Just 6 feet

    Just a mask

    Just a vax

    Just social credit score

    Just starvation

    Just the end of humanity as we know it.

    Just my way of dealing with it.



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  9. 2 hours ago, Dickwan said:

    I know, fair point - sorry, just wear the damn thing for an easy life - I don't like confrontation I guess. 

    Haven't you grown weary pushing that mask bandwagon up hill... I'm sure your mate/other account truthspoon will be along shortly to 'like' your post again.....😋😋😋😋😋



  10. 2 hours ago, FrankVitali said:


    Doc, I am agreeing with you.. But,, well not to take the piss, but ok another example:


    A: Hi Welcome aboard British Airways flight number T4KN-D-P1SS, can you please sign in using the covid passport app?


    B: No..


    A: Why not?


    B: Not got a smart phone.


    A: You won't be able to fly then Sir. Can you please fuck off back to where you belong you dirty diseased reprobate.

    B: Am I still entitled to my free water and snack?



    PS. I still have the blankets I stole from BA when I flew them from Seattle to London over 10 years ago... 😆

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  11. 1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

    In the meantime, as long as vaccine coverage remained low, he said EU countries would have to impose lockdowns and other measures to compensate for the delays.



    "We in the World Health Organization do not advocate lockdowns as the primary means of control of this virus."

    This statement from Dr David Nabarro has also prompted questions about whether the WHO has backflipped on its advice, months after the pandemic was declared.

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    Covid: Europe's vaccine rollout 'unacceptably slow' - WHO

    4 days ago

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has criticised the rollout of coronavirus vaccines in Europe as being "unacceptably slow".

    It also says the situation in the region is more worrying than it has been for several months.

    Vaccination campaigns in much of Europe have been hit by delays and the number of infections is rising.

    What did the WHO say?

    "Vaccines present our best way out of this pandemic... However, the rollout of these vaccines is unacceptably slow" and is prolonging the pandemic in the wider Europe region, WHO director for Europe Hans Kluge said in a statement.

    "We must speed up the process by ramping up manufacturing, reducing barriers to administering vaccines, and using every single vial we have in stock, now," he added.


    In the meantime, as long as vaccine coverage remained low, he said EU countries would have to impose lockdowns and other measures to compensate for the delays.

    Mr Kluge also warned that the vaccine rollout, despite its slow speed, risked "providing a false sense of security to authorities and the public alike".

    What is Europe's Covid situation?

    Last week saw increasing transmission of Covid-19 in the majority of countries in the WHO European region - which includes more than 50 countries and extends from Greenland to the far east of Russia. There were 1.6 million new cases and close to 24,000 deaths, the WHO said.

    Cases were rising in all but one age group, the organisation said.

    Only 10% of the nearly 900 million people in the region have had a single dose of coronavirus vaccine.


    It remains the second most affected by the virus of all the world's regions, with the total number of deaths fast approaching one million and the total number of cases about to surpass 45 million, it added.


    The WHO also warned of the risks of greater spread associated with increased mobility and number of gatherings over the forthcoming religious holidays of Passover, Easter and Ramadan.

    Some 27 countries of the more than 50 included in the WHO Europe region have implemented partial or full coronavirus lockdowns.

    Why has the European rollout been so slow?

    Only 16% of the EU's population has so far received a dose of vaccine.

    The EU was slow to negotiate a contract with vaccine manufacturer AstraZeneca which caused supply problems. It also sparked a political row with the UK, where AstraZeneca has plants and where 52% of the population has had at least one dose.

    The EU's deals with Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna also ran into early problems with production and distribution.

    EU regulators were then slow to authorise vaccines for use. Some EU countries subsequently paused their rollouts of the AstraZeneca jab over reports of blood clots among a small number of people who had received a dose. Others restricted its use among older people over concerns that the company had not provided enough testing data.


    All this has led to low public confidence in the AstraZeneca vaccine. Polling company YouGov says only a third of Germans and less than a quarter of French respondents now consider it safe.

    The WHO and the European Medicines Agency, however, say the benefits of the vaccine outweigh any risks.

    Vaccine rollout in some non-EU countries in the WHO's Europe area has also been slow. In Russia some people are hesitant to be vaccinated with Russia's own Sputnik V vaccine, for which safety data has been made public and which has been shown to be effective.

    Meanwhile Ukraine received its first shipment of vaccines in late February - 500,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine manufactured in India. But there is widespread scepticism towards vaccination - last month the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology found 60% of Ukrainians did not want a jab.

    However, a bright spot in Europe is Serbia in the Balkans, which has vaccinated more than two million of its seven-million population thanks to early deals with vaccine providers including China's Sinopharm. It has also vaccinated migrants and citizens of neighbouring countries.

    What else is happening around Europe?

    • After President Emmanuel Macron announced new restrictions in France on Wednesday evening, Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Thursday morning at the National Assembly: "The third wave is here." He announced more detailed measures including a ban on alcohol in public spaces. France is set to begin a limited lockdown for four weeks from Saturday night, with travel restrictions extended from 19 areas to the entire country
    • Some 35,000 German doctors are to begin offering vaccinations at their practices after Easter, and 1.4m doses have been ordered for this part of the campaign
    • Eurovision is to take place in Rotterdam's Ahoy arena in May. The Dutch government wants to use the event as a test with 3,500 spectators allowed for all the rehearsals and the three big shows. There will be extensive safety measures for the 39 countries taking part
    • As infections surge in Belgium, a Brussels court has ruled that all the country's Covid measures have to be lifted within 30 days because the legal basis is not sound enough. The court backed a lawsuit from the League for Human Rights. Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden has appealed against the ruling
    • Spain is seeing a new rise in cases with an average incidence of up to 152 cases per 100,000 over the last two weeks. Madrid and Navarre in the north are among the areas seeing a spike
    • Cases are also rising in Germany, with 24,300 in the past 24 hours. Almost 90% of infections involve the UK (Kent) variant
    • The Austrian capital, Vienna and two other provinces in the east have imposed an Easter lockdown to help ease the pressure on hospitals. Austrians have been told to stay at home, except for necessary activities such as food shopping, work, exercise and helping their families
    • A new German survey suggests only 25% of people have faith in the government's vaccination strategy. The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has been limited to over-60s in Germany and 40% of those surveyed said they did not want it

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  13. I'm bought this up sometime ago but I'm becoming more and more convinced that the targeting of health workers is deliberate to cause more death in the future due to lack of personnel ...just read this one now, but reminded me of the French one I read earlier 

    Hospital Medical Director says level of sickness in NHS staff after Covid Vaccination is “Unprecedented”

    The Medical Director of a hospital in the United Kingdom has bravely spoken out against the failure to report the reality of morbidity caused by the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out across the United Kingdom to NHS staff.


    Dr Polyakova, who is the Medical Director of a hospital in Kent has said that the “levels of sickness after vaccination is unprecedented” among NHS staff, confirming that some are even suffering neurological symptoms which is having a “huge impact on the health service functioning”.

    The doctor, who progressed into medical management of the hospital over the past three years says that she is struggling with the “failure to report” adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines among NHS staff, and clarified that the young and healthy are missing from work for weeks after receiving a dose of either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca experimental vaccine.

    “Some even require medical treatment” Dr Polyakova said, “Whole teams are being taken out as they went to get the vaccine together”.

    In response to the arising question of making Covid-19 vaccination compulsory for NHS staff, Dr Polyakova said –

    “Mandatory vaccination in this instance is stupid, unethical and irresponsible when it comes to protecting our staff and public health. We are in the voluntary phase of vaccination, and staff are being encouraged to take an unlicensed product that is impacting on their immediate health.

    “I have direct experience of staff contracting Covid after vaccination and probably transmitting it. It is clearly stated that these vaccine products do not offer immunity or stop transmission.

    “So why are we doing it? There is no longitudinal safety data available and these products are only under emergency licensing. What is to say that there are no longitudinal adverse effects that we may face that may put the entire health sector at risk?”

    Both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca jab are only licensed for emergency use only, as confirmed by Dr Polyakova. This means that the manufacturer of the vaccine, in this case either Pfizer or AstraZeneca, are not liable for any injury or ill-effect that may occur in the recipient of their product.


    The Medical Director didn’t stop their though as she went on to attack the coercion and mandating of experimental medical treatments for NHS staff, comparing it to a Nazi dystopia –

    “Flu is a massive annual killer, it inundates the health system, it kills young people, the old the comorbid, and yet people can chose whether or not they have that vaccine (which had been around for a long time). And you can list a whole number of other examples of vaccines that are not mandatory and yet they protect against diseases of higher consequence.

    “Coercion and mandating medical treatments on our staff, of members of the public especially when treatments are still in the experimental phase, are firmly in the realms of a totalitarian Nazi dystopia and fall far outside of our ethical values as the guardians of health.

    “I would never debase myself and agree, that we should abandon our liberal principles and the international stance on bodily sovereignty, free informed choice and human rights and support unprecedented coercion of professionals, patients and people to have experimental treatments with limited safety data. This and the policies that go with this are more of a danger to our society than anything else we have faced over the last year.

    “What has happened to “my body my choice?” What has happened to scientific and open debate? If I don’t prescribe an antibiotic to a patient who doesn’t need it as they are healthy, am I anti-antibiotics? Or an antibiotic-denier? Is it not time that people truly thought about what is happening to us and where all of this is taking us?”





    Now France Slows Down COVID Jab Rollout Due To Adverse Effects

    Published on March 1, 2021

    Written by naturalnews.com



    When the experimental covid vaccine was first rolled out at the University Hospital of Brest in Brittany, a staggering 25 percent of the vaccinated healthcare workers fell ill. Many suffered from severe headaches, high fever, chills, sore muscles and consequentially, could not go to work.

    The rate of vaccine injury was so high, the hospital had to stop vaccinating the healthcare workers altogether. The VACCINE, not the virus, is leading to intermittent staff shortages in hospitals throughout France.

    This appalling rate of vaccine injury was first observed in clinical trials, but the issues were never investigated or resolved. Now vaccine injury is being extrapolated across entire population groups, as coercion is used to get as many people as possible vaccinated at once. In the rush to vaccinate people in a collectivist fashion, informed consent and medical ethics are being abandoned as vaccine injury becomes a normal way of life.

    France Orders Hospitals To Slow Down Vaccine Rollout Because Of Widespread Injury

    The real-life effects of this mass medical experiment has caused the French vaccination task force to SLOW DOWN the covid vaccine rollout for healthcare workers. Hospitals in France are now being advised to stagger the vaccination schedule for healthcare workers who are in the same care unit.

    French authorities also recommend that healthcare workers take acetaminophen before the injection and for two days after the shot. How many drugs must people take to tolerate or counter the negative effects of the vaccine? Isn’t the whole objective of vaccination to prevent illness, health complications and hospital visits?

    Instead, submission of the mind and the body to vaccination is creating the very problems vaccination promises to prevent.

    The mass inoculation of healthcare workers using the Oxford-AstraZeneca has had tragic results. Personnel shortages are now being observed in the intensive care units throughout Europe. Approximately one in five young people are negatively affected by the vaccine, whereas the vaccine deliberately causes real symptoms of illness that disrupt the daily work activities of young adults.

    Vaccine Injury Is Now Accepted As Normal Sacrifice “For The Greater Good”

    The town of Brittany is not the only place to suffer from a high rate of vaccine injury. The towns of Quimper, Morlaix, Normandy, Dordogne, and Vannes have reported similar issues across their healthcare staff. One of the hospitals lost half of their physiotherapists after the vaccine forced the staff to take sick leave simultaneously. The vaccine injured 18 percent of the healthcare workers in Vannes, forcing them to take sick leave.

    The damage is so immense, the hospital of Saint-Lô in Normandy had to suspend the vaccine drive on February 11. The day prior, approximately ten out of fifty vaccinated workers fell ill with high fever and nausea. At the hospital of Périgueux in Dordogne, hospital staff are boycotting the AstraZeneca jab after seeing a “considerable number” of their colleagues suffer from severe adverse events after vaccination.

    The hospital initially agreed to tolerate a vaccine injury rate as high as ten percent, but saw between 50 and 70 percent of the vaccinated workers fall ill! How long will populations permit this dangerous experiment?

    As vaccine injury becomes accepted as a normal sacrifice “for the greater good,” many people are refusing the vaccine for conscientious reasons. The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was developed by culturing the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a cell line derived from the kidney of an aborted baby.

    Because there is no guarantee that the purification process removes all the cell culture material from the vaccine, vaccine companies cannot promise that fetal DNA is absent in the final formulation. It doesn’t matter if the baby’s DNA does/does not persist in the vaccine; most people find this process of using aborted fetal cells morally repulsive. Even more repulsive yet is that human lives – men, women, and now children – are being treated as experimental dumping grounds, coerced to submit to a “saviour” science that sacrifices more human life, health, liberty and dignity along the way.


  14. I knew the blanket DNR orders were still in place on the disabled in 2021, [I believed lifted from the 60+?] but when you look at the raw figures it really would appear fascist Britain has taken up the Aktion T4 program with vigour...



    The CQC was commissioned by the Department for Health and Social Care, under section 48 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008, to conduct a special review of Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) decisions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic (full report can be found here).

    The investigation was carried out due to concerns around the blanket application of DNACPR decisions, including applying them to groups of people rather than on an assessment of each individual, and due to reports of these decisions being made without involving the person concerned.

    The CQC found upon their investigation that almost 10% of people using services or their families had experienced pressure or use of DNACPR orders. They also found that thirty-four per cent of people working in health and/or social care said they were under pressure to put DNACPR’s in place without involving the person.


    There were also examples from feedback to the CQC where care had not been provided to the person with a DNACPR in place – for example, a care home not calling an ambulance straight away, a delay in calling doctors, or someone who felt pressured to agree to an advance COVID-19 care plan that stated that they would stay at home without treatment if they contracted COVID-19.

    With atrocious policies like this in place is it any surprise to find that of the 50,888 alleged Covid deaths that occurred between January and November 2020, 30,296 were people who had a disability?

    According to the ONS the risk of death involving Covid-19 was 3.1 times greater for disabled men that what it was for non-disabled men. But the statistics are even worse for women with the risk of death involving Covid-19 being 3.5 times greater for disabled women than what it was for non-disabled women.


    But it gets worse – the ONS have concluded that the risk of death involving Covid-19 was 3.7 times greater for both men and women with learning disabilities compared with men and women who did not have a learning disability.


    The ONS state in their summary in relation to deaths of disabled people that – ‘no single factor explains the considerably raised risk of death involving COVID-19 among disabled people‘.

    But in relation to deaths of people with learning difficulties the ONS said – ‘the largest effect was associated with living in a care home or other communal establishment.

    There it is, in black and white – the largest effect was living in a care home. Care homes in which the Care Quality Commission found that 34% of staff were pressured to place do not resuscitate orders on people with learning difficulties without informing the person or their family.

    Care homes in which the Care Quality Commission found care had not been provided to people with learning difficulties which included not calling an ambulance straight away, and delaying calling a doctor.

    If this isn’t murder on a mass scale then we don’t know what is. This should be on the front page of every newspaper but instead it has been brushed under the carpet.

    It’s a national disgrace!






  15. From that Satan spawn, Rupert Murdoch's National Geographic


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    "We’ll never get to that population level of herd immunity until we vaccinate kids."

    What we know so far about the effort to vaccinate children

    To achieve herd immunity, experts say kids need to get vaccinated, reducing the virus's ability to spread.

    ByTara Haelle
    Published April 2, 2021
    • 10 min read

    Millions of parents breathed a collective sigh of relief this week as the preliminary results of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine trial in 12 to 15 year-olds revealed what so many had been hoping for: The vaccine works in teens too.

    “Jubilation—that was my response,” says Nia Heard-Garris, an attending pediatrician at Lurie Children’s in Chicago and assistant professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine—and a parent herself. She wasn’t the only one feeling that way.

    With nearly a third of the country having already received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and more than 2 million vaccinations occurring every day, the cloud of anxiety that has plagued the nation for the past year is finally beginning to lift. The end of the pandemic is in sight. Attaining herd immunity—the point at which transmission stops because the virus doesn’t have enough susceptible hosts to infect—now feels like a real possibility. But there’s a catch: The children must be vaccinated.

    “We’ll never get to that population level of herd immunity until we vaccinate kids,” says Jennifer Nayak, division chief of pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. She was also “incredibly excited” by the Pfizer/BioNTech results.

    “The fact that children are mounting a robust response to the vaccine is very positive and really bodes well that hopefully we’ll see the same thing as we move into the lower age groups in testing vaccines,” Nayak says.

    With kids making up about 22 percent of the population in the United States, their immunity is crucial to reaching a national threshold of immunity, which experts estimate to range from 70 up to 90 percent, explains Tara C. Smith, an epidemiologist at Kent State University in Ohio.

    Even if the U.S. reached that range without children, the disease would continue spreading because it’s herd immunity at the local, not national, level that matters, says Dominique Heinke, a postdoctoral researcher and epidemiologist in North Carolina. Even in a highly vaccinated population, unvaccinated people clustering together and interacting allows the virus to continue circulating, especially if they congregate indoors without masks and social distancing.

    “That’s exactly what we see with kids’ social structures,” Heinke says. “Even if you’re at ‘herd immunity’ levels for adults, if the kids aren’t immune, either through natural immunity or through vaccination, then those chains of transmission aren’t getting broken and you’ve got a whole group of susceptible individuals where the virus can continue to transmit.”

    The more transmission continues, the more the virus replicates and evolves, and the more opportunities it has to accrue mutations. “My biggest concern is the emergence of new variants,” Smith says. “We already have several here, and I’m concerned we’ll have more that could potentially escape immunity. I suspect we will see kids becoming a more prominent reservoir of this virus as more adults are protected by vaccination.”

    Variants could keep the virus circulating

    The variants that originated in South Africa (B.1.351) and Brazil (P.1), can infect people with immunity from previous infections, says Vaughn Cooper, a microbiologist and molecular geneticist at the University of Pittsburgh.

    “That basically creates more chances for more infections in adults and more opportunities for transmission and subsequent evolution,” Cooper says. “To handle an evolutionary problem, you have to handle the number of evolutionary events. We’re not going to be able to stop that until we stop transmission among kids.”

    Cooper also worries that the U.K. B.1.1.7 variant, which may be anywhere from 43 to 90 percent more contagious, and others like it will become the predominant viruses in the U.S. because they spread more easily. Since herd immunity is based on the reproduction number—the average number of infections that result from one infected person—a more contagious variant can also boost the level of herd immunity required to stop transmission, Smith says.

    Unvaccinated and immune-compromised adults would therefore continue to be at risk for severe disease and death. And the risk is not zero for children either.

    Kids left behind in vaccine trials

    An estimated 3.4 million infections have occurred in children, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, accounting for more than 13 percent of all U.S. cases. Children’s risk of death from COVID-19 is extraordinarily low—under 0.03 percent—and the most common complication, Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children is also rare, with just over 2,600 cases and 33 deaths through the end of February. But those numbers will increase as children make up an increasing proportion of infections.

    Hence the frustration among some experts that it has taken so long to get pediatric vaccine trials running.

    “What’s been hard from a pediatrician and a parent perspective is that we’ve been so excited about the COVID-19 vaccine and what this means for our lives, but really, we have left children out of that celebration and excitement,” Heard-Garris says, the attending pediatrician at Lurie Children’s in Chicago and assistant professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. “We’re a little late to the party. We should have thought about including kids from day one.”

    In addition to their trial in adolescents, Pfizer is also testing their vaccine in 4,500 children ages 6 months to 11 years old. Moderna has an adolescent trial in progress and began recruiting  6,750 participants ages 6 months to 11 years old for another. AstraZeneca began a trial last month for those aged 6 to 17 years old, and Johnson & Johnson is planning a pediatric trial.

    While there’s a good chance the FDA will authorize the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for that age group before school starts, results from the other trials aren’t likely until at least fall of 2021.

    “What I’m worried about is that we are not going to roll these vaccines out fast enough to kids,” says Sallie Permar, chair of pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital. “We’re going to try to get them in their schools and their normal lives, which they need because we have a crisis on our hands in terms of mental health and obesity and all the things that came with social isolation and the shutdown. They may not be showing up with severe COVID disease, but they’re showing up with the symptoms of the social isolation in our health system.”

    Weighing risks of social isolation against risk of disease

    Returning to school before vaccines are available for all children means tough decisions for communities and families. Pediatric experts agree that returning to in-person school next fall must be a priority.

    Joelle Simpson, interim division chief of emergency medicine at Children’s National in Washington, DC, says children need to be in classrooms next year whether or not they can get vaccines before school starts. She acknowledges how much researchers still don’t know about COVID-19 infections in children, including whether long-term effects are possible. But the evidence is clear regarding the negative impact on kids’ mental health, socialization, and development when they’re not in a school environment.

    “We are certainly seeing an uptick in pretty severe mental health presentations as well as kids who have injuries from abuse, whether that be mental health or physical,” Simpsons says. “We have a school system that allows us to have trained eyes on kids to identify things like learning disorders, abuse and chronic conditions, which frankly cannot happen when they’re at home.”

    Research has shown that wearing masks and maintaining three-feet distancing works well to prevent infections, Permar said. But questions remain regarding how well all schools can implement those measures and how officials will respond when infections occur.

    “It would be amazing if every school had the resources they needed to be there five days a week and also offer virtual options for parents or caregivers that did not feel comfortable sending their kids back,” Heard-Garris says. “I don’t think that’ going to be a reality. If we see upticks in infection rates, then schools are going to go back the other way and kids will go back home, and that isolation and loneliness will get worse. If our children aren’t extended the vaccine or we don’t reach herd immunity, I worry those impacts are going to get bigger and bigger.”

    Communities will need to strike a balance between the substantial benefits of in-person school and activities, and the risk of infection in that region and of individual populations, says Christopher Golden, an associate professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

    “We have not seen a spike in the number of kids that have had severe infections, but there are populations that may be at risk,” Golden says. “We’ve done a very important job of keeping people isolated and quarantined, but we still have seen that African American and Latino children and children with chronic medical conditions are at higher risk, so if we do open things back up again, there is the possibility that infections could increase and be more severe in at-risk populations.”

    Inequities in vaccine distribution could worsen disparities

    Even when pediatric vaccines do become available, disparities in some of these vulnerable populations may increase.

    “It’s troubling,” Heard-Garris says, because many cities already are not equitably distributing vaccines to the racial and ethnic minority populations at highest risk. “One of the things we worry about when we talk about equity is that you can widen disparities inadvertently by offering certain interventions, such as offering a vaccine that a large population either can’t get or has concerns about.”

    Experts also worry about vaccine hesitancy among parents, especially since no previous vaccine approved for kids older than toddlers has achieved coverage rates of more than 50 percent, Permar says. The longer it takes for vaccines to become available for children, the longer it will take to address that hesitancy and ultimately vaccinate enough children to make headway toward herd immunity.

    “This virus isn’t going away, ever, but I think the pandemic, the mess that we’re in right now, it will have a very long and painful tail—many years—if we don’t vaccinate kids,” Cooper says.

    So until widespread vaccination in kids returns them to normal classrooms, the rest of the country won’t be returning to true normal either.

    “We’ll still have to have a lot of mitigation measures in place,” Heinke says. “It’s still going to be a matter of wearing masks, remaining distanced, probably limitations on the number of people in buildings and ventilation still being very important. To some extent, individuals will be able to live in a more normal existence if they’re vaccinated, but the whole society won’t be able to go back without vaccinating children.” 

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  16. 2 hours ago, DarianF said:

    Maybe some kind of psychological dumbfukery where if they don't mention it, don't make a fuss and a big song n dance,  when people start getting their letters from the Drs to 'remind' them its their turn, Kiwis just do what they're told like the obedient sheep they are... why frighten the herd when they will go willingly to the slaughterhouse and thank St Jac. for the privilege on the way out.


    Too many questions raised through too much national 'conversation' me thinks.... most people still think it's a  deadly virus - from what I gather reading comments sections anyway 

  17. 2 hours ago, DarianF said:

    Hey @skitzorat how's the NZ situation going? Obviously these Australian mass media wankers are starting to get pissed off:


    "If the first step in solving any problem is recognising there is one, the second is having a concrete plan on how to proceed. The cold, hard reality is that we’ve delivered a jab to only about 2 per cent of Australians, while Britain and the US are at 46 per cent and 30 per cent, respectively. There’s simply no time left to waste."



    Obviously, it's only a matter of time before this outrage turns to calls for mandatory vaccination because the sheep aren't taking it quick enough.

    I've been looking regularly....STILL NOT A WORD [about jab rollout] in the media!!! nawt.





    I don't watch the 6pm news, but its fuking weird.


    I remember seeing theage reporting something that AU 'wasn't on schedule' hahahaha

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