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Trump and Melania contract Covid 19 – Trump discussing how Hope Hicks, an ardent mask wearer, caught the virus. The US Presidential Debate: Trump on how vaccines are political; Biden on environmental issues; Sleepy Jo – beginnings of dementia? Will Boris be gone by Christmas? Richard Madely, of Richard and Judy, discusses how he feels the response to Covid 19 is overblown and harmful. Does Sweden now have herd immunity?

PMQs The Speaker on the renewing of the Corona Virus Act 2020. PMQs lockdowns in Wales. State of the world economy. PMQs Boris on the economy and Covid 19. Desmond Swayne, Tory MP, on disbelief over Boris’s new stringent approach to Covid 19.

Where is the opposition voice to Lockdowns? Professor Michael Levitt says you just need to control the panic over the virus. Society cannot control COVID-19 by strong action, but we ‘must control the panic’ Nobel Prize winning biophysicist Professor Michael Levitt has told Sky News society seems to think it can control COVID-19 by strong action but we must “control the panic” and minimise the reaction. “Lockdown itself causes damage, if not in deaths but in the fabric of society, children missing school, police acting a little bit too assertively,” Professor Levitt said. Professor Levitt said after constantly reviewing data models since the original outbreak of the novel Coronavirus in China, it “seemed like the virus was growing with brakes on”. He said the virus is worse than the flu, however the best strategy to combat COVID-19 – which hasn’t been implemented – is to “basically treat it like a flu”. “The important thing about the flu is not that it isn’t a terribly bad disease, flu is a severe disease … but the fact is we don’t close down the country when there’s the flu,” according to Professor Levitt. “We think we can control this virus by strong action, but unfortunately what we need to really do is control the panic and minimise the reaction.”..

The Crow House analysis from Australia – Max Igan deep state have red pilled the world. Almost the entire Crowhouse youtube archive can also now be found at

Julie Beal on dangers of vaccines….articles – We Need to Talk About Proteins ­ The Ronascam, The Vaccines, and Genetic Patents – I’ve written a series of articles, packed full of original sources, most of which are academic, peer-reviewed articles, and are freely available online. I’ll begin here with a short overview of my forthcoming articles about the connection between the Ronascam, the vaccines, and the control of genetics. Ronavax Rundown – a quick guide to the ronavax and what is said to be in them. A Guide to the Ronavax – Understanding the Experimental Coronavirus Vaccines – more detail about the types of ronavax winning the race, who is making them, and how they work. Gates’ way to genetic control? Here comes the EA Swine Flu! The main selling point of genvax is their super-quick turnaround time – just give the vax makers the genetic sequence, and they can whip up a ‘cure’ in no time. And it could be claimed the vector is the same and has been trialled, so all that’s needed is to SHARE the data globally so they can design some new genetic code for a vaccine, and save the world from the new swine flu. Ronavax Roulette – Potential problems with the corona-virus vaccines – the potential ill effects of the vaccines, as suggested by the World Health Organization, and by geneticists themselves; a look at previous trials and what went wrong when using much the same platforms, including the deaths of Jesse Gelsinger and Ashanthi DeSilva, and the shocking consequences of the TeGenero incident; molecular adjuvants. WHO’s in Charge of Biodiversity? Biotech means messing with DNA in so many ways, but has been scuppered thus far by the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD), Cartagena and Nagoya Protocols. This includes patents involving genetics. Even countries who are not signatories are restricted by the Protocols when it involves a relationship with a country that is a signatory. The WHO is now claiming a link between health and the environment. And did Bill Gates try to influence the CBD about gene drives in 2017? Protein shame – the darkest side of biotechnology; the rise of so-called therapeutics and so-called food based on proteins. The future being planned for us involves food replacement (as detailed by Ice Age Farmer) from upcycled chicken and grains to proteins produced in bioreactors, such as Gates’ fake meat and breast milk. Some biotech industries rely on animal cruelty, questionable abortions, and the lust for young blood and tissue in the quest for regeneration. Ronavax – understanding synthetic biology and XNA – which scientists also call ‘alien DNA’ because it is ‘not of this world’ and the potential reprogramming of our physical reality. Plus a look at the use of XNA in gene therapy; for instance, the mRNA used in the ronavax is almost real, but not quite – it uses nucleotide analogues for parts of the code that’s created. There is also a push to use XNA as a ‘genetic firewall’ against viruses, as it is said this would be safer than using gentech based purely on natural DNA.

Marcus Papadopoulos – on Belarus – Belarus and Nagorno-Karabakh is a disputed territory, internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but mostly governed by Armenia. Do Lockdowns work? – Dr Marcus Papadopoulos is the Publisher and Editor of Politics First magazine and an expert on Russia. He earned his BA, in Law and Modern History, from London Guildhall University, his MA, in Modern History, from Royal Holloway, University of London, and his PhD, in Russian history, from Royal Holloway, University of London. The title of his doctoral thesis was: “British official perceptions of the Red Army, 1934-1945” and is available at the British Library. Dr Papadopoulos is a regular face and name in broadcast and print media, including RT, Press TV, Al Jazeera, Rossiya 24, TASS and RIA Novosti. He discusses matters relating to Russia and the rest of the former Soviet Union, the former Yugoslavia, Syria, international relations in general and British politics. His academic paper on Russophobia for the International Likhachov Scientific Conference, and his speech at the House of Lords on the origins of the current tension between America and Russia, received significant coverage….

German professor arrested by Met Police after speaking at ‘We Do Not Consent’ rally – Dr. Heiko Schoening – After Metropolitan Police claimed they would only crack down on marchers flagrantly violating social distancing rules (though the hated “rule of six” had been suspended due to the gathering’s “protest” status), German professor Dr. Heiko Schoening was arrested by a gang of British officers – he was filmed being loaded into a paddy wagon – after speaking out against using tactics like economy- destroying mandatory lockdowns during yesterday’s “We Do Not Consent” rally in London. Video of the arrest was shared on Twitter. Several purported bystanders tweeted in protest, by the story appears to have gone largely unnoticed. Here’s video of the doctor speaking to a reporter at the event yesterday. This was filmed before he was arrested. The rally was organized by groups opposing a second lockdown in the UK, along with mandatory vaccination efforts by the government once a vaccine is approved. The doctor was pat of a group of hundreds of German doctors and scientists who have signed on to investigate and analyse whether the heavy handed measures favoured by governments to combat the virus were the appropriate response. Purported friends of the professor claimed that his wife was calling supporters to attend a peaceful demonstration on Sunday outside Wandsworth police station (146 Wandsworth High St).

New Covid rules are unjust, cruel and illogical: Middlesbrough mayor ANDY PRESTON explains why he REJECTS local lockdown measures being imposed on his city New Covid rules are unjust, cruel and illogical: Middlesbrough mayor ANDY PRESTON explains why he REJECTS local lockdown measures being imposed on his city By ANDY PRESTON FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 23:17, 1 October 2020 People in my town are frustrated, angry and dismayed at the Government’s draconian proposals to impose even more oppressive local restrictions. There’s nothing compassionate or pragmatic about what Health Secretary Matt Hancock intends to do. It’s badly thought out, illogical and – despite what the Government claimed yesterday – it is not based on consultation with councils or local experts. To throw people out of work and take away the support of their friends, family and community is just cruel. People are seen in Middlesbrough +4 To throw people out of work and take away the support of their friends, family and community is just cruel. People are seen in Middlesbrough Fortunately these plans are not yet in place – and hopefully they stay that way. For I know I speak on behalf of Middlesbrough here when I say that, as things stand, we do not accept them. Of course, stopping the spread of the virus has to be the Government’s priority. But this must be done with an awareness of the pain that isolation can inflict, and the damage it does to mental and physical health. Above all, for God’s sake, we have to do everything possible to preserve people’s livelihoods. Our local council went to the Government and explained the over-riding importance of this. We asked them to work with the community and local businesses, to allow safe socialising and keep Middlesbrough moving. They didn’t listen. To me, it is obvious that anyone should be allowed to visit a relative or a friend in their garden, and have a cup of coffee while remaining well distanced. And, of course, we should be able to meet them for a chat in a well-run, socially distanced coffee shop. Yet these new rules – which essentially ban different households from meeting – will prohibit all those safe, human activities that are small but so essential for wellbeing. People are seen shopping in Middlesbrough town centre. People in my town are frustrated, angry and dismayed at the Government’s draconian proposals to impose even more oppressive local restrictions +4 People are seen shopping in Middlesbrough town centre. People in my town are frustrated, angry and dismayed at the Government’s draconian proposals to impose even more oppressive local restrictions To add to the insanity, it isn’t even clear how the regulations will be enforced. Like so many growing towns, Middlesbrough spills out of its boundaries – and the neighbouring borough of Redcar and Cleveland is not included in the restrictions. It’ll be two rules for one town, and sometimes two rules within one street. This is bitterly unfair on a community which is still recovering from the recessions of the 1980s. I don’t like complaining because my parents always said that life’s not fair, but that is no reason to introduce obviously and unnecessarily unfair measures such as these. For now is the worst possible time to be forbidding people to socialise. Six months of long nights and cold weather are on the way. To throw people out of work and take away the support of their friends, family and community is just cruel. It will push many people into depression, and I am afraid that increased rates of suicide will be just one of the terrible consequences. Crucially it doesn’t have to be like this. After the initial lockdown, our public health experts came up with innovative, workable ideas to make venues safe and limit the spread of the virus, while still allowing people to see each other. But the Government seems to have paid no attention to these advances. The injustice is heightened because Middlesbrough has been at the forefront of tough measures to try to stem the tide during this global crisis. We have not been soft on Covid-19. As a council, we have been active and caring, and we’ve got stuff done. We’ve handed out 180,000 free facemasks, and my team was pushing for people in the hospitality industry to wear them long before it became obligatory. To me it was an obvious preventative measure, one enforced across much of Europe, and we led the way. Yes, I will reluctantly obey these new rules if they become law and I will urge everyone in my town to do so. This isn’t about raising two fingers to Downing Street. It’s much more important than a mere protest. But before the Government makes a dire mistake and puts these restrictions into law, I’m pleading with them to think again. We need a plan to reduce transmission of the virus while showing compassion and understanding. That is what is missing….

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