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Censorship

Journals are refusing to publish a mask study from Denmark

Researchers from Denmark want to know if masks can slow the spread of infectious disease, so they conducted what may be the only randomized trial designed to determine whether masks can actually protect against COVID-19. The study involved 6,000 participants who were randomly assigned to wear face masks or not for 30 days. Participants were […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Lessons learned

Lockdowns: An illusion of control

In this October 22, 2020 article, J.B. Handley shows that there is no logic to the imposition of any coronavirus restriction. Using real-world data about the coronavirus, he shows to us that lockdowns have made no impact in terms of preventing deaths due to the virus. Handley says, “suffering from the illusion of control, some […]

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Lessons learned Global

Italy has followed Dr. Fauci’s advise, but a “second wave” of the coronavirus is “imminent”

Despite all the efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus in Italy, health officials are concerned that the number of cases are already out of control.  Perhaps what troubles health officials the most is that they have strictly followed the advise of experts like Dr. Fauci: “Face masks in public places have been […]

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Is it really that deadly? Lessons learned

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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Global

BBC Radio Host: UK government’s COVID scaremongering is an insult to public intelligence

In this article for UnHerd, Timandra Harkness, presenter of the BBC Radio 4 series blasts the government for reinstituting lockdowns in the UK. She reveals that media messaging has blamed the rising coronavirus cases to “the public”, and adds that the government does not trust its citizens, hence causing them to publish false graphs in order to […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Lessons learned

Recovery UK campaigns against COVID hysteria

A group called Recovery UK has launched a campaign to put an end to the UK government’s panic-driven policies and to call for a rational, balanced response. The group writes down five demands which they think are crucial to leading UK out of the COVID-19 crisis and into a better future.  Here are their five demands:  (1) […]

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Global

Bill Gates calls Scott Atlas as “pseudo-expert” who is “off-the-rails”

In an interview with Yahoo Finance recorded last October 15, 2020, Bill Gates called White House COVID-19 adviser Scott Atlas as a “psuedo-expert” who is “off-the-rails”. Gates adds: “The most malign thing is where you start to attack your own experts and suggest that maybe politicians know better than disease experts”. Editor’s Note: Notice how […]

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Global

FDA did not consult experts before granting approval for Remdesivir

The following article written by Joe Cohen and Kai Kupferschmidt reveals that the United States Food and Drug Administation (FDA) did not convene the Antimicrobial Drugs Advisory Committee (AMDAC) before approving the use of remdesivir for SARS-CoV-2 treatment in the US. New data from the World Health Organization Solidarity Trial shows that remdesivir does not […]

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Vaccine Philippines

President Duterte wants all Filipinos vaccinated

In an address aired last October 12, 2020, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte said that he has secured funding to purchase coronavirus vaccines but that he would need more to inoculate the country’s entire population. In his address, Duterte said, “All should have a vaccine without exception”. Total population of the Philippines is now at 113 […]

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Lessons learned

Epidemiologists on the cost of lockdown, the science of immunity, and the politicization of the pandemic

In this October 23, 2020 article for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Tunku Varadarajan interviews Martin Kuldorff and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, co-authors of The Great Barrington Declaration, a few weeks after the Declaration was published [see The Great Barrington Declaration: Life must return to normal for the healthy, the vulnerable must be protected]. In the […]