SCIENCE FAIL: Portuguese court rules PCR tests are unreliable, unlawful “evidence” of alleged Covid-19 infections

Quarantining people based solely on a “positive” PCR test is no longer lawful in Portugal, thanks to a court decision ruling the test to be inherently unreliable, and thus fraudulent for policy-making purposes. Citing Jaafar et al. 2020, the court determined that the PCR test produces varying results depending on an individual’s viral load, as well as … Continue reading SCIENCE FAIL: Portuguese court rules PCR tests are unreliable, unlawful “evidence” of alleged Covid-19 infections

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

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

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

Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

Coronavirus infections in Europe are starting to reach people aged 65 and above, according to data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. The new wave of infections was mainly caused by younger people with little to no symptoms infecting their older family members. This has caused a rise in COVID-19-related hospitalizations and fatalities during … Continue reading Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

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

Heathrow Airport in London testing covid-19 “passport technology” that will force air travelers to submit to vaccines

Air travelers wanting to fly in and out of London – and eventually all other cities – will soon have to show their Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) digital passports, the initial trial runs of which are right now taking place at Heathrow Airport. Passengers traveling via United Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways are reportedly the first to test … Continue reading Heathrow Airport in London testing covid-19 “passport technology” that will force air travelers to submit to vaccines

Indonesia, which has the second-worst COVID-19 outbreak in Asia, is now the testing ground for a Chinese vaccine

Across the globe, countries struggle to find effective ways to fight the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and maintain their economies. For a country like Indonesia, the situation is dire enough that the country is volunteering to act as a testing ground for a Chinese coronavirus vaccine. With over 257,000 cases and around 9,900 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins … Continue reading Indonesia, which has the second-worst COVID-19 outbreak in Asia, is now the testing ground for a Chinese vaccine

Belgium’s coronavirus death toll makes it either world’s deadliest or most honest

As steep as the death toll from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is, it’s still underreported in some countries, including the U.K., Russia and even the United States. According to global death statistics, the figures do not accurately capture all deaths from COVID-19. In New York and New Jersey alone, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) … Continue reading Belgium’s coronavirus death toll makes it either world’s deadliest or most honest

All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?

We Don’t Quarantine Treatable Diseases COVID-19 is a treatable infectious disease. Quarantine is a restriction on the movement of people and goods, which is intended to prevent the spread of non-treatable contagious diseases, but is not necessary when there are effective treatments. We are being played, for the only thing health officials are interested in is … Continue reading All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?