The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

BFD | 16 Dec 2021 Over the years I have met, had lunch, dinner, drinks or meetings with a vast number of politicians. Some were great, most were average, but none, with one exception, were evil. I grew up in a political family. We had cabinet ministers and prime ministers over for dinner. My mother…

Pravda: New Zealand PM Announces Initiative To Fund Journalists Who Write Government-Friendly Stories on COVID

Jamie White | 12 Dec 2012 Governments panic as their COVID narrative collapses in the face of growing protests against lockdowns and vaccine mandates. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that taxpayer funds would be set aside for journalists who produce stories pre-approved by the government. Ardern explained the initiative during a so-called “Democracy…

Government went against advice to limit COVID-19 vaccine passes to high-risk events or jeopardise social cohesion

Newshub | 10 Dec 2021 The Government went further than official advice to keep COVID-19 vaccine passes “narrow in scope” and only apply to high-risk events, documents show.  In a briefing paper dated September 17 to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins, officials provided three options for the domestic use of…

Vaccine narrative disintegrating

Eugyppius | 29 Oct 2021 There Are No Arguments on the Other Side On 3 September, noted German virologist and Corona astrologer Christian Drosten made a series of curious remarks on his state radio podcast. He argued that “scientists should … start thinking about whether it’s … harmful to argue too strongly for [antigen] testing of the…

Nearly 4 in 10 clinical trials based on false information; FDA routinely ignores blatant science fraud

Natural News | 8 March 2015 One of the most important responsibilities of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in protecting public health is to conduct regular inspections of clinical trial sites to ensure that good clinical practices are being followed. But a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA Internal Medicine has found…