The key question is the reason for international travel – and in the actual online questions, the phrase is: ‘What is your excuse for travel?’ My excuse? What kind of language is that? Am I asking a teacher to let me leave the classroom? Am I asked to explain why I haven’t done my homework?
I discuss Syria’s response to Covid-19 and why it is important to keep talking about Syria during the insanity that is engulfing our world.
The following is a set of questions that I have put together for those who are still “sitting on the fence” and who might be persuaded to do their own research. It is, for that reason more conservative than my own personal position.
It turns out that the case for the variants’ contagiousness and dangerousness centres largely on the theoretical effects of just one change said to stem from a mutation in the virus’s genes. And, as I’ll show in this article, that case is very shaky. I also have an accompanying nine-minute ‘explainer’ video at the top of this article.
“Dr Sam talks to Dr Claus Köhnlein (Co-Author, ‘Virus Mania’ ) about everything Covid-19. Diving deep into the reasons for excess mortality, Covid-19 PCR testing, parallels with the HIV epidemic, why coronavirus vaccines are being promoted and much more.”
Fantastic interview between Denis Rancourt PhD and Tania TheHerbalist on the Covid-19 project – masks, vaccines, PCR tests, virus isolation are all covered in depth.
In light of the multiple anaphylaxis and/or serious allergic events subsequent to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine rollout, reported both here (n=5) and in the United Kingdom (n=2), I implore you to call for a halt to the deployment of the vaccine until further safety data is available. [1,2]
Dr. David Martin and Judy Mikovits explain why the mRNA vaccine is not a vaccine. Full conference here:
Catherine Austin Fitts video, Planet Lockdown, which is being repeatedly removed from YouTube. 2.5 million views since December 22nd 2020.
In the last three months, in my school and in schools like it, I am witnessing mental health issues unlike anything I’ve seen in my career. This is not me trying to be dramatic or to overplay what lockdown actually does to children. I am seeing children being diagnosed with clinical depression, increasing rates of self-harm (even in Scotland, where we already had the highest rate of self-harm in 15-year-old girls anywhere in the world, bar one), suicidal ideation and, something I haven’t seen for at least 20 years, a resurgence of eating disorders.