Assange, Navalny, Magnitsky, Skripal, Lira: Political Arrests, Poisonings, and Deaths

SWPRS | 20 Feb 2024 When it comes to political arrests, poisonings, and deaths, not everything is as it seems. Julian Assange (2010-2024) Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is seen as a fearless journalist by his supporters and as a “non-state hostile intelligence agent” by the US government. In 2010, Assange was ensnared by a CIA “honey trap”…

Largest Covid vaccine study ever finds shots are linked to “small” increased risk of neurological, blood and heart disorders – but they are still “extremely rare”

Daily Mail | 20 Feb 2024 Covid vaccines have been linked to small increases in heart, blood, and neurological disorders, according to the largest global study of its kind. An international coalition of vaccine experts looked for 13 medical conditions among 99 million vaccine recipients across eight countries in order to identify higher rates of…

mRNA Vaccine Shedding Of Spike Protein: State Of the Scientific and Clinical Evidence

PIERRE KORY, MD, MPA | 20 Feb 2024 I compiled a concise, organized, and referenced document detailing the scientific and clinical evidence that spike protein shedding causes side efects in a cohort of people exposed to the vaccinated. My readers may recall my initial nine-part series on mRNA vaccine shedding from November. Since that time, I have…

Germany announces wide-ranging plans to restrict the speech, travel and economic activity of political dissidents, in order to better control the “thought and speech patterns” of its own people

EUGYPPIUS | 14 Feb 2024 After Germany’s defeat in 1945, Walter Ulbricht returned from exile in Moscow to become one of the founding politicians of the DDR. The new state, he said, “must look democratic, but we must have everything under control.” It has been 80 years since Ulbricht spoke those words, and while the DDR has…

Pharmaceutical Companies are Abandoning mRNA Vaccines – Leaving Governments Holding the White Elephant

Daily Sceptic | 14 Feb 2024 War spurs medical innovation. Ambulances to swiftly deliver the casualties of Napoleon’s armies to field surgeons were the brainchild of Jean-Dominique Larrey. Florence Nightingale established professional nursing in the Crimea. The Kaiser’s War brought the Thomas Splint, reducing mortality and amputation following limb fracture; 1939-45 spurred Florey and Chain’s development of penicillin and McIndoe’s reconstructive plastic surgery.…