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1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

Canadian Gov’t Can Now Seize Private Property in the Name of COVID

A Canadian provincial government have granted themselves ’emergency powers’ that allow them to seize personal property at will, all in the name of Covid.

 

Under Orwellian new health orders, the Saskatchewan minister may “authorize the entry into any building or on any land, without warrant, by any person in the course of implementing an emergency plan.” 

But it gets worse…

The Canadian government has also granted itself the power to “cause the evacuation of persons and the removal of persons or livestock and personal property from any area of Saskatchewan that is or may be affected by an emergency and make arrangements for the adequate care and protection of those persons or livestock and of the personal property.”

 

https://newspunch.com/canadian-govt-can-now-seize-private-property-in-the-name-of-covid/

 

 

A Nazi Enabling Act under the guise of the contrived and continuous state of emergency of COVID to bring about WEF's "You will own nothing and you'll be happy" / UN Agenda 2030.

 

The people who know what is coming and take action are fortunate in Canada as they have an expansive wilderness to go to ground in.

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15 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

what do you think of this idea that all these masked up police in australia that are brutalising the public might be ringers brought in from somewhere else either private defence contractors or even military that are then being dressed into police riot gear to make them look like police?

 

I heard max igan saying he was beginning to believe that might be going on and suggested they might be from china. I'd had the same thought myself for example when i saw those guys dressed in olive green arresting that tradie when he approached their car. Their dress made me think of the IDF and i had the same thought max has expressed this week except i was wondering if troops were being brought in from israel

 

Ive been thinking this for a while, that most of the stuff people forward to get outraged about is staged. The photos in the press certainly are and we dont even know if the ones who are in the firing line are real, or just actors being beaten up. However, the fact remains that it spreads fear and anger, both of which play nicely to the agenda.

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13 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

 

Press release29 June 2021Brussels

COVID-19 Therapeutics Strategy: Commission identifies five promising candidate therapeutics *

 

“Vaccination against COVID-19 offers the best way to end the pandemic and get back to a normal life. In parallel, we are working to have the best treatments available for those who are infected.” *

 

The EU Strategy on COVID-19 Therapeutics delivers today its first outcome, with the announcement of the first portfolio of five therapeutics that could soon be available to treat patients across the EU. Four of these therapeutics are monoclonal antibodies under rolling review by the European Medicines Agency. Another one is an immunosuppressant, which has a marketing authorisation that could be extended to include the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, said: “Today we are taking the first step towards a broad portfolio of therapeutics to treat COVID-19. Whilst vaccination is progressing at increasing speed, the virus will not disappear and patients will need safe and effective treatments to reduce the burden of COVID-19. Our goal is clear, we aim to identify more front-runner candidates under development and authorise at least three new therapeutics by the end of the year. This is the European Health Union in action.”

The five products are in an advanced stage of development and have a high potential to be among the three new COVID-19 therapeutics to receive authorisation by October 2021, the target set under the Strategy, provided the final data demonstrate their safety, quality and efficacy. The products are:

A new COVID-19 indication for existing medicines:

  • baricitinib immunosuppresant (a medicine that reduces the activity of the immune system) from Eli Lilly: an application for extension of marketing authorisation for COVID-19 indication is under assessment

Newly developed monoclonal antibodies under rolling review - a regulatory tool to speed up the assessment of a promising medicine during a public health emergency:

  • combination of bamlanivimab and etesevimab from Eli Lilly: under rolling review
  • combination of casirivimab and imdevimab from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and F. Hoffman-La Roche, Ltd: under rolling review
  • regdanvimab from Celltrion: under rolling review
  • sotrovimab from GlaxoSmithKline and Vir Biotechnology, Inc.: under rolling review

Next Steps

The Commission will draw up a portfolio of at least 10 potential COVID-19 therapeutics by October, building on the work of the newly established expert group on COVID-19 variants.  The selection process will be objective and science based, with selection criteria agreed with the Member States. Since different types of products are needed for different patient populations and different stages and severity of the disease, the expert group will identify product categories and select the most promising therapeutics candidates for each category based on science based criteria. 

The portfolio will contribute to the objective of having at least three new therapeutics authorised by October and possibly two more by the end of the year. The European Medicines Agency will start more rolling reviews of promising therapeutics by end-2021, subject to research and development outcomes.

The Commission recently concluded a joint procurement of monoclonal antibodies (casirivimab and imdevimab) and could launch more by the end of the year.

The first industry matchmaking event on therapeutics will be organised on the 12-13 July to ensure that once authorised therapeutics are produced in sufficient quantity as soon as possible.

Background

The EU Strategy on COVID-19 Therapeutics aims to build a broad portfolio of COVID-19 therapeutics with the goal of having three new therapeutics available by October 2021 and possibly two more by the end of the year. It covers the full lifecycle of medicines from research, development, selection of promising candidates, fast regulatory approval, manufacturing and deployment to final use.

The Strategy forms part of a strong European Health Union, using a coordinated EU approach to better protect the health of our citizens, equip the EU and its Member States to better prevent and address future pandemics, and improve resilience of Europe's health systems.

The Strategy, which focuses on the treatment of patients with COVID-19, works alongside the successful EU Vaccines Strategy, through which safe and effective vaccines against COVID-19 have been authorised for use in the EU to prevent and reduce transmission of cases, as well as hospitalisation rates and deaths caused by the disease.

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

 

Press release29 June 2021Brussels

COVID-19 Therapeutics Strategy: Commission identifies five promising candidate therapeutics *

 

“Vaccination against COVID-19 offers the best way to end the pandemic and get back to a normal life. In parallel, we are working to have the best treatments available for those who are infected.” *

 

The EU Strategy on COVID-19 Therapeutics delivers today its first outcome, with the announcement of the first portfolio of five therapeutics that could soon be available to treat patients across the EU. Four of these therapeutics are monoclonal antibodies under rolling review by the European Medicines Agency. Another one is an immunosuppressant, which has a marketing authorisation that could be extended to include the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, said: “Today we are taking the first step towards a broad portfolio of therapeutics to treat COVID-19. Whilst vaccination is progressing at increasing speed, the virus will not disappear and patients will need safe and effective treatments to reduce the burden of COVID-19. Our goal is clear, we aim to identify more front-runner candidates under development and authorise at least three new therapeutics by the end of the year. This is the European Health Union in action.”

The five products are in an advanced stage of development and have a high potential to be among the three new COVID-19 therapeutics to receive authorisation by October 2021, the target set under the Strategy, provided the final data demonstrate their safety, quality and efficacy. The products are:

A new COVID-19 indication for existing medicines:

  • baricitinib immunosuppresant (a medicine that reduces the activity of the immune system) from Eli Lilly: an application for extension of marketing authorisation for COVID-19 indication is under assessment

Newly developed monoclonal antibodies under rolling review - a regulatory tool to speed up the assessment of a promising medicine during a public health emergency:

  • combination of bamlanivimab and etesevimab from Eli Lilly: under rolling review
  • combination of casirivimab and imdevimab from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and F. Hoffman-La Roche, Ltd: under rolling review
  • regdanvimab from Celltrion: under rolling review
  • sotrovimab from GlaxoSmithKline and Vir Biotechnology, Inc.: under rolling review

Next Steps

The Commission will draw up a portfolio of at least 10 potential COVID-19 therapeutics by October, building on the work of the newly established expert group on COVID-19 variants.  The selection process will be objective and science based, with selection criteria agreed with the Member States. Since different types of products are needed for different patient populations and different stages and severity of the disease, the expert group will identify product categories and select the most promising therapeutics candidates for each category based on science based criteria. 

The portfolio will contribute to the objective of having at least three new therapeutics authorised by October and possibly two more by the end of the year. The European Medicines Agency will start more rolling reviews of promising therapeutics by end-2021, subject to research and development outcomes.

The Commission recently concluded a joint procurement of monoclonal antibodies (casirivimab and imdevimab) and could launch more by the end of the year.

The first industry matchmaking event on therapeutics will be organised on the 12-13 July to ensure that once authorised therapeutics are produced in sufficient quantity as soon as possible.

Background

The EU Strategy on COVID-19 Therapeutics aims to build a broad portfolio of COVID-19 therapeutics with the goal of having three new therapeutics available by October 2021 and possibly two more by the end of the year. It covers the full lifecycle of medicines from research, development, selection of promising candidates, fast regulatory approval, manufacturing and deployment to final use.

The Strategy forms part of a strong European Health Union, using a coordinated EU approach to better protect the health of our citizens, equip the EU and its Member States to better prevent and address future pandemics, and improve resilience of Europe's health systems.

The Strategy, which focuses on the treatment of patients with COVID-19, works alongside the successful EU Vaccines Strategy, through which safe and effective vaccines against COVID-19 have been authorised for use in the EU to prevent and reduce transmission of cases, as well as hospitalisation rates and deaths caused by the disease.

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Why are people so obsessed with televisions?

I got rid of mine around 12 years ago.....Even then I realised it was being used by the parasites to brainwash people.

It absolutely amazes me when people say to me "Did you see this or that programme last night"....I tell them I don't have a tv and always add that watching it will make them mentally ill......They generally then give me the fluoride stare and sometimes say something absurd like "what do you do in the evenings then"

It's pathetic and it's also sad, it really is.

 

I watch TV sometimes. I don't think it hypnotises me into a cult, more the opposite. It is good to know your enemy for a start e.g. what the news is sprouting to the masses. I like to watch some documentaries and I'll make my mind up about it. I also like the wildlife programmes about UK animals and some creative programmes where they make things out of junk and some comedy or musician profiles. I saw bits of that Marina Abramowitz tripe and I think you can guess what I thought of that satanic creature! The bad skin clinic is something I watch because I like to see the good outcomes for people. Having said that, I am sickened by some programmes, especially the ones where young people put their intimate parts on display - total conditioning and drip feed degradation and break down of people's dignity to me. There are also umpteen programmes about murder and evil - how entertaining when your eating your crisps! I can't stand all the mainstream bilge and I choose some films to watch - not many though, because most are awful!

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5 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

yay we left the eu

 

Its only a temporary hiatus. If they managed to change a law that quickly it won't be long before it is replaced with another. Its a game of carrot and stick. Let the people think they have won some ground before you hit them with something bigger.

BTW, who do you think makes ivermectin or any other drug to control a non virus or %g symptoms? Either way, they make money- jabs or other drug poison, all the same. Do you not think there is a possibility that these drug therapies may not also become deliberately contaminated?.... or that they are testing stuff in a live scenario...?

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

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Don't shoot the messenger.

 

ruled by dogs ?

 

Looks more like a cross between a parrot and a tortoise with those piggy little eyes

 

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17 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

A Nazi Enabling Act under the guise of the contrived and continuous state of emergency of COVID to bring about WEF's "You will own nothing and you'll be happy" / UN Agenda 2030.

 

The people who know what is coming and take action are fortunate in Canada as they have an expansive wilderness to go to ground in.

 

No. National Socialism wasn't anti private property.

 

"Socialist has nothing to do with Marxian Socialism. Marxism is anti-property; true socialism is not. Marxism places no value on the individual, or individual effort, of efficiency; true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency, at the same time holding that his interests as an individual must be in consonance with those of the community. All great inventions, discoveries, achievements were first the product of an individual brain.”

 

- Hitler

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6 hours ago, Mr M said:

A quick search reveals that Professor Bauld is a behavioural scientist with a PhD in social policy.

 

Her specialisation is in studies modifying behaviour to produce 'positive' health outcomes. Examples of her work include studies into whether paying people will get them to stop smoking, reducing marketing of alcohol to decrease harmful drinking.

 

She is not a doctor and is not qualified to give medical advice. She is not a virologist nor an epidemiologist, she has no background in genetics, biochemistry nor molecular biology.

 

In short we shouldn't care what this woman says, her advice is worthless. She's using flawed statistics and computer modelling to push an agenda. Yet more psychological warfare from our governments directed at it's own people, just like her colleagues in SPI-B.

 

 

Absolutely agree with you.

 

She is not being hypnotised as @Roscommon suggests.

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A pill for the common cold? what next? I am pretty sure they would like to get to the point where the whole population has to take a series of pills every day that they hold the patent for. Probably some kind of super SSRI combined with all the nutrients we need, so we no longer need to consume and have no desire to do anything. 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

The comments went as expected.

 

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Don't shoot the messenger.

 

Billionaire Clive Palmer publicly exposed her being in bed with Big Pharma the other day.. she's done the first phase of heavy lifting, time to throw her under the bus.

 

She'll still end up retiring with fat perks - the PM of Au gets paid more than the Pres. of the USA and it recently came out the Police Commissioner of NSW gets paid more than the PM thanks to a recent pay rise.

 

These puppets are so delusional thinking they won't get publicly flogged once they've done their job, but it's probably because they know they'll still be sitting pretty at the end of the day... shame they won't be able to safely walk the streets.. although Im sure AI robocop will be there in the future and no one will be walking the streets freely anyway. 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/395pys6vriRn/

 

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4 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

although Im sure AI robocop will be there in the future and no one will be walking the streets freely anyway.

 

So much dread and unease showers over me when I think about what the global tech hub start-up nation might be working on, and what they might roll out if we don't comply and bow down to them.

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