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Is it really that deadly? Lessons learned

The truth about excess mortality

The following is a 12-minute video published by Dr. Sam Bailey last December 22, 2020. In it, she looks at excess mortality and reveals some important points about how COVID death statistics were being recorded. She raises the question of how a virus could behave so differently when crossing borders despite the fact that demographics […]

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Global Is it really that deadly?

Belarus: The land that COVID forgot

The following is an article written last November 28, 2020 by Daniel Hardaker for Spiked, describing his last visit to Belarus. Unlike the rest of the world, life in Belarus continues on as usual – there are no masking mandates, lockdowns, and curfews despite the ongoing protests calling for the end of Alexander Lushenko’s 30-year […]

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Is it a bio-engineered weapon? Is it really that deadly?

COVID has paved the way for bio-warfare and weaponization of medicine

The following is a 30-minute interview between Alex Newman of The New American Magazine and Dr. Lee Merritt, former president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS).  In this explosive interview, Dr. Merritt connects all the various issues arising from COVID-19 – the massive censorship of alternative information from social media, the smear […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Is it really that deadly?

No lockdown Belarus shows how herd immunity works

The following is an October 2020 article published by the Swiss Policy Research (SPR) which looks at the health outcomes of COVID-19 in Belarus. As the SPR article noted, Belarus is an important case because unlike most countries in Europe and around the world, Belarus imposed the softest anti-coronavirus measures, and life continued as usual […]

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Global Is it really that deadly?

Asymptomatic people do not spread COVID-19

In this article written and published by Dr. Joseph Mercola on his website on December 4, 2020, he discusses the various evidences showing that asymptomatic people do not spread SARS-CoV-2. Mercola reiterates the growing medical consensus that RT-PCR tests cannot be used to diagnose COVID, and that it is only being used to create panic […]

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Doctor: This is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public

The following is a transcript of a now-deleted video of a private meeting between Dr. Roger Hodkinson and several government officials in Alberta, Canada. Dr. Hodkinson provides a brief overview of his background which includes a medical specialization in pathology. At present, he is the chairman of a biotechnology company in North Carolina which sells […]

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Second lockdown in Uk spells unprecedented non-COVID health crisis

In this article for The Telegraph, Dr. Charles Levinson offers his insights on the costs of a second lockdown in the UK, this time, from the perspective of health. Levinson says “I make no exaggeration when I say this is the worst health crisis I have ever experienced – missed cancer diagnoses, suicides, misdiagnosed acute […]

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Global Is it really that deadly?

Comparative analysis on the efficacy of various drug regimens for treating COVID-19 outpatients

The following article was published by the journal Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease last October 31, 2020. The study involved 717 SARS-CoV-2-positive patients treated at emergency rooms in a large HMO in Brazil. Results of the study showed that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) reduced hospitalization risk by 50-60% while other medications such as Ivermectin, azithromycin, and oseltamivir did not […]

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Swiss immunologist explains existing immunity to SARS-CoV-2 and the myth of asymptomatic carriers

The following article is the translated version of Beda M. Stadler’s German article originally published by the Weltwoche magazine last June 10, 2020. The article was written towards the end of summer, and delves into the issue of pre-existing immunity to SARS-CoV-2, PCR testing and the expected increase in cases, as well as the imminent […]

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Cambridge study reveals information bias and selection bias in coronavirus mortality overestimation

The following article was published by the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness last August 12, 2020. It is a critical appraisal of the mortality estimation presented to the US Congress last March 11, 2020. It attempts to explain how the government’s failure to understand the difference between case fatality rate (CFR) and infection fatality rate […]