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5 things you need to know this week

1. Dr Sam Bailey explains Germ theory and Terrain Theory.

2. Canada has introduced "free ice-cream" for 12 year old children to be vaccinated. And, nope - parental consent is not required.

So, let's make sure we understand what this means: the Ontario government are using ice-cream to lure 12 year old children to get an actual experimental "vaccine" that is still in it's trial phase, of which the WHO own figures clearly state covid-19 presents statistically 0% risk to teenagers and children (anyone under 40), all without telling their parents.

Just to drill the point home. The Canadian Government and medical establishment are saying; this non-fully tested, unproven,"vaccine" of which no long term effects are known about, where short term effects are an increased risk to this age cohort than the virus itself, is safer for children.

What's more any doctor who objects to this policy would be at risk of being investigated and reprimanded by the CPSO (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario).

What is the definition of "anti-vaccine", "anti-masking", "anti-lockdown" statements? They have you think it's David Icke fanboys, whereas, in reality, it's Harvard and Oxford university professors presenting data and evidence.

Even more insidiously, this is continuing, and accelerating the trend that has been developing for the last decade, the State claiming responsibility of your children.

3. The Evening Standard begin to report concerns back from January.

"Doctors are being urged to watch out for signs of stroke in people receiving the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine after three young patients were admitted to hospital and one died.

Experts told how two women in their 30s and a man in his 40s suffered clots in their large arteries, leading to ischaemic stroke, though they stressed the chances were small.

The team said the NHS must look out for patients with ischaemic stroke (where blood clots block arteries) within about one month of vaccination.

Those who do should be “urgently evaluated” for a very rare syndrome called vaccine-induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia (VITT).

This condition needs to be rapidly diagnosed and managed by a team with a range of expertise, who have quick access to a range of drugs, they said."

Perhaps it might be better to pause the live global trial of an experimental vaccine for a virus with a recovery rate of over 99.7%?

4. The UK government tracked millions of people, without their knowledge, using their phones to gain insights into behavioural changes after vaccination, according to a new report.

"They used “cell phone mobility data for 10 percent of the British population,” and chose over 4,200 vaccinated individuals. They then focused on the vaccinated group, and tracked it through 40 “CDR [call data records] with corresponding location observation.”

The data collected was used for behavioural analysis, looking at “gyration (radius of gyration on vaccination day), time (opening hours) and home (do they go home directly after vaccination).”

I find it incredible that the Government are more interested in tracking the population's behaviour after a "vaccine." You would have thought they would only have cared about studying the "vaccine's" safety and effectiveness. We must ask, why?

However, we can't be surprised. The UK Government are dirty, lying, traitorous scum who are used to conducting illegal mass surveillance on it's citizens:

UK mass surveillance found unlawful by Europe’s highest human rights court

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights today ruled that the UK’s mass interception programmes, disclosed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, unlawfully breached citizens’ rights to privacy and free expression.

Campaign groups Big Brother Watch, Open Rights Group, English PEN computer science expert Dr. Constanze Kurz brought the challenge following Mr Snowden’s revelations in 2013, joined by Amnesty International, Liberty, Privacy International, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and others.

5. John Rappaport an investigative journalist has pointed this out in the FDA document of 2020:

Page 42: Among 3410 total cases of suspected but unconfirmed COVID-19 in the overall study population, 1594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group. Suspected COVID-19 cases that occurred within 7 days after any vaccination were 409 in the vaccine group vs. 287 in the placebo group. It is possible that the imbalance in suspected COVID-19 cases occurring in the 7 days postvaccination represents vaccine reactogenicity with symptoms that overlap with those of COVID-19. Overall though, these data do not raise a concern that protocol-specified reporting of suspected, but unconfirmed COVID-19 cases could have masked clinically significant adverse events that would not have otherwise been detected.

This means nothing was proven. "Suspected but unconfirmed in the overall study population"... This means they haven't proved anything, about anything. I'm not sure this is a study design good enough to justify lockdowns and vaccinating the entire world. We know the PCR tests can be manipulated through then number of cycles undertaken, and an increase can show rising infections, a decrease can show lower infections (after a vaccination roll out perhaps.) Now we can also understand the original trial phase results was based on absolutely nothing. The next paragraph goes on to discuss pregnancies and that no data is available for effects on pregnant women, which we've already discussed in previous blogs. The "experts" are saying it's safe for pregnant women, but there is no concrete data they can actually provide you. You literally have to be insane to get vaccinated with this mRNA experiment if you are pregnant.


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