Coronavirus pandemic linked to increase in “anger and confrontation” among family and friends

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has drastically changed how people go about their daily lives. From being confined indoors to working remotely, families have no choice but to spend more time with each other to prevent the further spread of the disease. But the results of a U.K. survey reveals that COVID-19-related lockdowns and self-quarantines are linked … Continue reading Coronavirus pandemic linked to increase in “anger and confrontation” among family and friends

Taiwan celebrates over 200 days without locally transmitted case of coronavirus

Taiwan is celebrating that, as of Friday, Oct. 30, it has reached 201 days without a locally transmitted case of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). This represents a world record — the country’s last local case was recorded on April 12, and all of its subsequent cases were brought into the country by people arriving from overseas either for … Continue reading Taiwan celebrates over 200 days without locally transmitted case of coronavirus

France, Germany impose fresh lockdowns in the face of resurgent coronavirus cases

In the face of rising Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, the governments of both France and Germany have imposed new restrictions in the hopes of stemming a record increase in infections. In France, President Emmanuel Macron announced a new, one-month national lockdown. Meanwhile, in Germany, both federal and state governments agreed on Wednesday to shut down parts of … Continue reading France, Germany impose fresh lockdowns in the face of resurgent coronavirus cases

WHO: Lockdowns not the primary method for fighting COVID-19, governments must develop “better systems” against pandemic

An increasing number of doctors and other health professionals and experts, including members of the World Health Organization (WHO), are joining the call to warn policymakers against reimposing restrictive lockdowns. These medical professionals argue that the lockdowns do more harm than good in the fight against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). During an interview with The Spectator aired on Oct. 9, WHO doctor … Continue reading WHO: Lockdowns not the primary method for fighting COVID-19, governments must develop “better systems” against pandemic

Major lawsuits coming for political tyrants who used coronavirus to steal freedom, destroy lives

With regards to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), President Trump has repeatedly warned against a “cure” that is worse than the “disease.” And now that “cure” is the subject of new litigation that seeks justice against the political tyrants who told us all that we had to hole up at home in a mask in order to “flatten … Continue reading Major lawsuits coming for political tyrants who used coronavirus to steal freedom, destroy lives

WHO finally admits lockdowns are harmful, “doubling” global poverty

The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally come to its senses in condemning the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns that it earlier supported, admitting that they in fact created a “ghastly global catastrophe” by crashing the world economy. Speaking on behalf of the WHO’s United Kingdom envoy, Dr. David Nabarro urged world leaders in an appeal to stop … Continue reading WHO finally admits lockdowns are harmful, “doubling” global poverty

Coronavirus lockdowns causing jump in suicides among middle-class workers in India

The ongoing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the measures to slow its spread are taking a serious mental toll on people around the world. In India, suicides among professionals are on the rise as the pandemic has forced companies to cut jobs, exacerbating what has been a growing problem for the country. Even before the … Continue reading Coronavirus lockdowns causing jump in suicides among middle-class workers in India

WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

The looming threat of a second wave of lockdowns in response to an alleged second wave of the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to urge governments not to make the same mistake they did back in the spring by keeping everyone locked up inside their homes for weeks on end. Speaking to The … Continue reading WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

Belgian health experts accuse WHO of faking coronavirus pandemic

On Sept. 5, health experts in Belgium presented an open letter urging the authorities to investigate how the World Health Organization (WHO) faked the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The year 2020 is nearing its end. As coronavirus continues to spread, the strategies enforced by governments around the globe have done more harm than good, crippling economies and negatively affect the overall … Continue reading Belgian health experts accuse WHO of faking coronavirus pandemic

No, “coronavirus” hasn’t thrown 100 million into extreme poverty… virus LOCKDOWNS did that

For the first time in recorded history, world leaders who are supposed to have access to cutting-edge research and science, closed down their countries, shuttered their economies and ordered their people locked away, for the most part, in response to a new virus pandemic, COVID-19. Predictably, thousands of businesses and firms closed. Factories shut down, … Continue reading No, “coronavirus” hasn’t thrown 100 million into extreme poverty… virus LOCKDOWNS did that