Uncensored Headlines - More Disastrous Covid Jab Studies, London Mayor and King Charles Go Full Climate Hypocrite, And School Mocked For Male "Homecoming Queen"
September 20th 2023 - Summary of the most interesting stories in the past 48 hours on all things Covid, jab, climate, gender, and authoritarian related...
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A recent paper by Denis Rancourt and colleagues claims that the Covid vaccines have not reduced deaths and might be highly toxic. The study, based on all-cause mortality data from 17 countries, suggests a link between increased deaths and rapid vaccine distribution. The research, which is still awaiting peer review, especially notes high toxicity risks for the elderly. Consequently, the authors advise against prioritising older individuals for COVID-19 vaccination.
Doctors claim that distinguishing Covid patients from those with allergies or the common cold is becoming challenging. The prevalent Covid symptoms now mirror those of RSV, asthma, or pollen allergies, namely sore throat, sneezing, and congestion. Unlike 2020, when unique symptoms like a dry cough and loss of smell or taste were common, Dr. Erick Eiting from Mount Sinai, New York City, observes that current hospitalisations for Covid are mostly mild cases. But what about those new boosters?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan visited the US to attend the UN General Assembly and a climate ambition conference. Khan aims to promote “business and investment” for London, he'll also join Prince William at the Earthshot Prize event focusing on innovative environmental solutions. However, critics have questioned the environmental impact of such a long trip. Conservative candidate Susan Hall criticised Khan for leaving London amid the controversial ULEZ expansion. Khan expressed excitement about promoting London as a prime destination for business and emphasised his commitment to addressing climate change during the UN summit.
The King drew criticism for making four Cabinet Ministers, including Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, fly 400 miles to his private residence in Scotland for a meeting. The move was seen as a significant expenditure of taxpayer funds and contradictory to his climate goals, especially since the meeting involved appointing the new Net Zero Minister responsible for reducing carbon emissions. Typically, Privy Council meetings take place at Buckingham Palace or Windsor. However, this particular gathering at Dumfries House aligned with a celebration of the property's 15th public opening anniversary, a property the King purchased in 2007 for £45 million.
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