Coronavirus cases in surge across the UK, even though 8 in 10 adults have received the “vaccine”

The United Kingdom is experiencing another surge in Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases despite the fact most adults in the country have been vaccinated. On Thursday, June 17, the British government’s Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) reported 11,007 new COVID-19 cases and 19 deaths. At the same time last week, the country had 7,393 new COVID-19 cases and seven fatalities. The … Continue reading Coronavirus cases in surge across the UK, even though 8 in 10 adults have received the “vaccine”

Ticks carrying Lyme disease thrive near California coast, study finds

Ticks have been turning up in areas that were once believed to be free of the blood-sucking parasites, according to a study led by researchers from Colorado State University. Published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, it showed that disease-carrying ticks, which were once thought to inhabit woodlands, are also present near Northern California’s coastline. The arachnids inhabit the … Continue reading Ticks carrying Lyme disease thrive near California coast, study finds

STUDY: Masks are exposing children to a horrifying array of deadly pathogens

Despite what the medical fascists continue to claim, face masks are entirely ineffective at preventing the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) and come with long-term negative impacts, especially for children. The latest data shows that young people in particular are experiencing serious negative social effects from masks, often at school, not to mention health ramifications that … Continue reading STUDY: Masks are exposing children to a horrifying array of deadly pathogens

Report: Perspex screens installed to stop COVID may have actually increased its spread

A leaked Whitehall document seen by Politico suggests that perspex screens installed to stop the transmission of COVID-19 may actually have increased its spread. (Article by Paul Joseph Watson republished from Summit.news) Businesses and schools were told by the government to install the screens as a condition of re-opening after the first lockdown and they were … Continue reading Report: Perspex screens installed to stop COVID may have actually increased its spread

Not all bad: How “good” viruses boost your well-being

Though viruses are known for causing disease, not all of them are harmful. In fact, some viruses in your body are important for your overall health and may even help eliminate infections. Called “bacteriophages,” these “good” viruses are natural antibiotics that pack a mean punch against bad bacteria. What are bacteriophages? The community of viruses inside your body is called the “virome.” The … Continue reading Not all bad: How “good” viruses boost your well-being

The COVID vaccine is causing the COVID variants

The so-called Covid variants, officially designated as mutations, are being used to extend the British lockdown. However, Dr. Luc Montagnier, a Nobel laureate and former director of the Retrovirology Lab at the Pasteur Institute reports that in fact it is the vaccinations that are producing the variants. (Article republished from PaulCraigRoberts.org) Dr. Montagnier says that an … Continue reading The COVID vaccine is causing the COVID variants

Royal Caribbean discovers that vaccines cause outbreaks, after eight vaccinated crew members test POSITIVE for COVID

Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas was scheduled to leave Port Everglades on July 3rd. The cruise was halted after eight crew members tested positive for COVID. Strange enough, all eight COVID-positive crew members were “vaccinated” for COVID, proving yet again that these spike protein bioweapons do not stop people from testing positive for COVID or … Continue reading Royal Caribbean discovers that vaccines cause outbreaks, after eight vaccinated crew members test POSITIVE for COVID

Coronavirus outbreak in Taiwan threatens to worsen global semiconductor shortage

In the midst of an ongoing semiconductor shortage, the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) into Taiwan’s electronic factories is threatening to delay chip shipments even further. The country, home to a number of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers, is suffering from its first large outbreak of COVID-19. This has come against a backdrop of escalating … Continue reading Coronavirus outbreak in Taiwan threatens to worsen global semiconductor shortage

Former FDA commissioner says “lab leaks happen all the time”

Dr. Chris Gottlieb, former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), recently told CBS that lab leaks happen quite frequently. “These kinds of lab leaks happen all the time, actually. Even here in the United States, we’ve had mishaps,” Gottlieb said. “And in China, the last six known outbreaks of SARS-1 have been out of labs, including … Continue reading Former FDA commissioner says “lab leaks happen all the time”

Factory-farmed meat more likely to be contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria – study

A recent study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives found that factory-farmed meat is more likely to be contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria than organic meat. Researchers arrived at this conclusion after studying data from the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS), a joint program between the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). NARMS collected chicken breast, ground beef, ground turkey … Continue reading Factory-farmed meat more likely to be contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria – study