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Bill Gates, “Aerogel” & the next stage of mRNA “vaccines”

Kit Knightly Last week professional-software developer and amateur epidemiologist Bill Gates admitted that the mRNA Covid “vaccines” had “three problems”, including that they don’t prevent transmission. But what appears at first glance to be a frank admission is really about protecting the narrative and setting up a new market for new vaccines. Speaking at a …

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Coronavirus Fact-Check #17: Masks STILL Don’t Work

Both the US and UK have seen the (attempted) re-introduction of facemask mandates amid “surging Covid cases” in the New Year. On January 9th, ABC news headlined: More US schools institute mask mandates as COVID cases rise Reporting that public schools in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Michigan were re-introducing mask mandates. That follows late-December …

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Incentivizing Censorship: A Snitch in Every Skull

Helen Buyniski An informational iron curtain is coming down across the West, and its architects are determined to make examples out of those who refuse to pick a side. Our Democracy™ has adopted a zero-tolerance policy for pollution of the information ecosystem, and the Thought Police are standing by to halt rogue infodemics in their tracks, lest …

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How to Memory-Hole a PSYOP

CJ Hopkins There comes a time near the end of every PSYOP when the PSYOP has achieved its objective, or as much of its objective as it is going to achieve, and is becoming increasingly recognizable as a PSYOP, and so the focus shifts to damage control, and erasing the PSYOP from official history. This …

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Down Cricket Road

Sylvia Shawcross Now you’d think that Jacinda Ardern, a WEF star, would have picked a different turn of phrase to explain her exit. Instead of lamenting that she didn’t “have enough in her tank” she could have said she hadn’t charged her solar panels enough or something. She has now perhaps joined the rest of …

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WATCH: The 6th Annual Fake News Awards

And now, from an undisclosed location deep beneath the Earth’s surface, it’s the 6th Annual Fake News Awards! Shining the spotlight of ridicule on the dumbest disinformation, the silliest smears and the most ludicrous lies of the mainstream media dinosaurs of the past year! Which presstitutes will walk away with a dino of shame? What …

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The New York Times is Orwell’s Ministry of Truth

Edward Curtin “Ingsoc. The sacred principles of ingsoc. Newspeak, double-speak, the mutability of the past.” – George Orwell, 1984 As today dawned, I was looking out the window into the cold grayness with small patches of snow littering the frozen ground.  As light snow began to fall, I felt a deep mourning in my soul as …

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Fear of Inconvenience

Todd Hayen Everyone is asking the question: Why can’t people see the obvious? Why can’t people believe what is going on and stand up and do something about it? And we have heard a lot of possibilities in response, from mass psychosis to 5G affecting the brain, to totalitarian brainwashing, to raw fear of death …

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Are Pfizer REALLY “directing the evolution” of Covid?

Kit Knightly Yesterday independent investigative journalists Project Veritas released their latest undercover report: A recording of a research director from Pfizer allegedly admitting the pharma giant is deliberately mutating the Sars-Cov-2 virus. The process, which the researcher – Dr Jordan Walker – refers to as “directed evolution”, would apparently help Pfizer pre-emptively develop new vaccines: …

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The doubt of a trout

Sylvia shawcross Well, we all get these stray thoughts sometimes. They are orphaned from our lives and our doings and just appear quickly like the flash of a trout in cool water. Quickly gone. Sometimes we see them again and catch them with that wide net of curiosity that our mind throws out there. We …

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