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What is the Wider Agenda Behind Covid-19?


What is the Wider Agenda Behind Covid-19?  

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  1. 1. What do you think is the wider agenda behind Covid-19? Please select all that you think may apply.

    • I believe the virus is real and that there is no other agenda
      4
    • Depopulation
      138
    • It is for the profit of the pharmaceutical companies
      111
    • 5G cover story
      49
    • The culling of the elderly
      84
    • Global reset
      123
    • Transhumanism and fusion with AI
      73
    • The prelude to an alien invasion (either fake or real)
      28
    • A mass occult / Satanic ritual
      50
    • It's a distraction whilst the deep state is taken down
      11
    • To change human behaviour / interactions
      106
    • A Chinese plot against the rest of the world
      12
    • A slippery slope to zero carbon measures
      32
    • To set the stage for a major cyber attack (Cyber Polygon)
      24
    • Other (please specify)
      30


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Quote from the news today; 

 

“It’s clear local government is under pressure and it could be communities that pay the price“

 

Councils in England are said to receive half a billion pounds in emergency funding. 

 

A growing number of local authorities have been warning  they are on the brink of effective bankruptcy.

 

Theatres, public toilets and even CCTV are just a few of the services that could be cut.

 

Research revealed councils in the UK are facing a combined debt of nearly £100 billion.

 

Our political correspondent Alex Forsyth has been to Somerset where a “financial emergency” was declared in November. 

 

It’s early on a freezing morning and protesters are gathered outside Somerset councils offices 

 

They’re hoping to save their recreation centre which is threatened with closure 

 

Student “ I don’t really understand it, like why would they want to get rid of something that’s so important to everyone “

 

Outside they met the council leader who said with funding so tight they’re looking at every option to avoid going bust and that does mean cuts 

 

Anything that we can do we will do it, but it’s tough times ahead 

 

Bill Revans 

Liberal Democrat 

Leader of Somerset council 

 

The council allowed us to film as they discussed the budget which will kick in from April 

 

They say they have to save £100 million and it’s not just here 

 

Right now councils around the country are going through a similar process 

 

“ These are not things that we would ever wish to be considering “

 

Here they’re asking the government to let them put up council tax by 10% And they’ve been upfront about what might go including funding for the local recreation centre which has caused such concern 

 

Public speaker; “‘It would be another nail in the coffin of the area of south Somerset which is recognised as one of the most deprived areas in the south west “

 

Later on we went to Yeovil to see the sports facility 

 

Student “ This is the only sports facilities we have round here where everyone can play “ 

 

What did you think when you heard it might lose its funding and would be at risk?

 

Student; “ I wanted to cry I can’t lie, this is where I get to relax escape reality for a bit. “

 

When you come along here the strength of feeling is obvious

 

These are just the hockey players, but there’s also the athletics club and the football club as well 

 

They’ve mounted a huge campaign to try and save this but this isn’t the only thing that’s at risk. 

 

The council is also looking at turning off all CCTV cameras, closing public toilets, removing funding for some support services like citizens advice, and there are some people who are really worried about the impact on the local community 

 

In Taunton I met a local resident of 55 years, Sue. She has MS which effects her mobility and she’s concerned about feeling safe without CCTV in the town.

 

“ It would make me and others feel vulnerable, you know if you’ve got any disability. I walk with a stick and yes I do feel unsafe. I think the first thing they should look at is in-house savings. Where are the savings we can make in-house before hitting the public? “

 

It isn’t just here in Somerset;

 

Councils around the country are trying to balance their budgets. The government is increasing the amount of funding they’ll  get from April with a total of £64 billion for councils in England, but many are still facing shortfalls. 

 

Back at the council offices, they’re looking at all the options before final decisions are made but the leader says their choices are limited.

 

There might be some people that go; you know what? Councils have just made bad decisions? 

 

“ The reality is the vast majority of councils are well managed, they’re run by people who care desperately about their local community. We need to have a national debate about what councils are for and how they are funded. It’s clear local government is under pressure and it could be communities that pay the price “

 

It’s clear local government is under pressure and it could be communities that pay the price. 

 

Cut to 

Alex Forsyth

Political correspondent

( Live in Birmingham )

 

So that’s the situation in Somerset but as you heard councils around the country are going through this process and with those warning of cuts there’s been growing pressure on the PM.
 

Now back in December the government said it would make £64 billion available to councils in England from April. But earlier this week 40 Conservative MPs wrote to the pm saying you’re going to need to increase that and we understand that ministers are now going to make an extra £500 million available emergency funding. Now that is less than council leaders wanted but it will be welcomed by the sector, it will go some way to easing some of those pressures that you were hearing about. 

 

But it is still likely that Council tax will go up in many places and what this extra funding won’t do is help solve some of the long-term challenges of funding the services like social care.

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On 1/24/2024 at 4:01 PM, Observations said:

Quote from the news today; 

 

“It’s clear local government is under pressure and it could be communities that pay the price“

 

Councils in England are said to receive half a billion pounds in emergency funding. 

 

A growing number of local authorities have been warning  they are on the brink of effective bankruptcy.

 

Theatres, public toilets and even CCTV are just a few of the services that could be cut.

 

Research revealed councils in the UK are facing a combined debt of nearly £100 billion.

 

So there were the loony investment Ponzi scheme Councils - like Woking.

 

The unfair pay claim ones - like Birmingham.

 

All the rest are being done over by Adult Social Care costs and kids with Special Educational Needs. Right now, due to selling off care homes, some  adults (disabled/elderly) need 2 carers in their home 24x7x365. At minimum wage/living wage that is £700-900k per year. Some SEN kids, need even more specialist people, and can cost £60k per week, so more like £3m.

 

Really they should be put in institutions- care in the community is too expensive.

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From 2017

 

FDA approves pill with sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication

 

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-approves-pill-sensor-digitally-tracks-if-patients-have-ingested-their-medication

 

FDA APPROVED AN EDIBLE PILL WITH A BIOLOGICAL CHIP! WHICH TRACKS YOU

https://www.bitchute.com/video/H3HjW8QHimv1/

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AstraZeneca Recording Leaked

https://principia-scientific.com/astrazeneca-recording-leaked/

 

Audio recording leaked from AstraZeneca: Covid was classified a national security threat by the US Government/DOD on February 4, 2020.

https://sashalatypova.substack.com/p/audio-leaked-from-astrazeneca-covid?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

 

 

We sort of knew it from before because my son (43) has MS and he was given the vaccine.

 

Immunocompromised SHOULD NOT Be Given Covid Injections, AstraZeneca CEO Said

https://expose-news.com/2022/04/20/immunocompromised-should-not-be-given-injections/

 

 

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The Day One Million Australians Demanded Their Rights

https://principia-scientific.com/the-day-one-million-australians-demanded-their-rights/

 

Lots of links in the article above. One of the best is the one below.

 

Shock Report: Microwave Energy Weapons Deployed Against Canberra Freedom Convoy

https://www.infowars.com/posts/microwave-energy-weapons-deployed-against-canberra-freedom-convoy/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=ground.news

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To get the full message... YOU ONLY NEED TO SEE JUST A COUPLE OF MINUTES OF THE TWITTER VIDEO ABOVE

 

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Some Trump quotes on the vaccine. I verified every single one of these:
Trump called the COVID-19 vaccine "one of the greatest achievements of mankind."

 

"If you take the vaccine, you're protected," he said in an interview with Candace Owens.

 

“Some People Say My Greatest Achievement Was Developing COVID-19 Vaccine”

"The vaccine is one of the greatest achievements of mankind ... I came up with three vaccines, all are very good, came up with three of them in less than 9 months it was supposed to take 5 to 12 years."

 

In an interview with Bill O’Reilly: “Did you get the booster?” O'Reilly asked the former president. “Yes,” Trump responded.
Trump urges Americans to get Covid-19 vaccine: “I would recommend it”

“Donald Trump is urging all Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.” It quickly transitions to a phone interview between President Trump and national Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo where Trump says, “I would recommend it, and I would recommend it to a lot of people that don’t want to get it, and a lot of those people voted for me, frankly.” Bartiromo is shown nodding in agreement..

“It is a great vaccine. It is a safe vaccine and it is something that works.”

 

Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Trump said, “We took care of a lot of people — including, I guess, on December 21st, we took care of Joe Biden, because he got his shot, he got his vaccine. … It shows you how unpainful that vaccine shot is.”Trump added: “So everybody, go get your shot.”

 

In a Fox News interview, Trump said, “I would recommend it to a lot of people that don’t want to get it and a lot of those people voted for me, frankly.”

He also repudiated claims that the vaccines aren’t safe: “It’s a great vaccine, it’s a safe vaccine, and it’s something that works.”

 

"The federal pause on the J&J shot makes no sense,” Trump said, adding: “Just six people out of the nearly 7 million who’ve gotten the Johnson & Johnson vaccine reported blood clots.”

 

Trump told the New York Post: “I’m all in favor of the vaccine. It’s one of the great achievements, a true miracle, and not only for the United States. We’re saving tens of millions of lives throughout the world. We’re saving entire countries.”

“Now one thing: When you have the vaccine, people that do [get infected] — and it’s a very small number relatively, but people that do get it — get better much quicker,” Trump said. “And it’s very important to know. They don’t get nearly as sick, and they get better. “So once you get the vaccine, you get better,”

“I recommend take the vaccines,” he said. “It’s good. I did it. Take the vaccines.”

“The vaccines do work,” Trump said on a conservative talk-radio show. “And they are effective. So here’s my thing: I think I saved millions and millions of lives around the world.” He added: “And now countries are using our vaccines, and it’s tremendous. It’s tremendously successful.”

 

“What we’ve done is historic,” he said. “Don’t let them take away — don’t take it away from ourselves. You’re playing right into their hands when you are sort of like, ‘Oh, the vaccine.’ ”

 

"I was able to get something approved that, you know, that has proven to have saved a lot of lives," Trump said, ignoring Brody's request to weigh in on the anti-vaccine narrative. "Some people say that I saved 100 million lives worldwide."

Trump touted the speed of vaccine development under his program, saying that he was "able to get [the vaccines] done in nine months," as opposed to what he claimed would have been "five years to 12 years."

 

Trump said that he "always" had concerns but argued that some "reports" were saying the vaccines were "the greatest thing that's ever happened," while those that claimed safety issues involved "relatively small numbers."

Former President Donald Trump says that he is "very proud" of the COVID-19 vaccine and would "love" to see more people get vaccinated.

 

Trump boasted that he had purchased "billions and billions of dollars" worth of vaccine doses in advance while serving as president and gently urged his followers to take the vaccine during a Wednesday interview on Newsmax TV's Greg Kelly Tonight. "I'm very proud of the vaccine," Trump told host Greg Kelly. "I've taken it, you've... probably taken it. But I'm very proud of it. I think we could have another situation with the Spanish Flu, 1917 [sic], where up to 100 million people were killed."

 

"I bought billions and billions of dollars of the vaccine and that's why we've been taking it for a long time now," added Trump. "Without that we really would have a big problem.

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"The Vaccines that save us from COVID are now being used to beat Cancer". Or, to put it another way - cancer is a side effect of COVID vaccines. Now Big Pharma can make even more money from vaccines, to cure that cancer, which they caused!

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