Uncensored Headlines New Year Special
December 30th 2023 - A review of the most significant stories this year on all things Covid, jab, climate, govt-authoritarian, deep state and gender-related...
Anyone who claims 2023 wasn’t a win for citizen/independent journalism hasn’t been paying attention.
Every Western government - including Australia, Britain, the EU and the US - expanded on their efforts to censor information this year. Some even passed bills to ease it.
But thanks to the relentless pursuit of truth by those battling in the trenches, their efforts were significantly hampered.
Here are 12 of the most important stories that citizen/independent journalists helped break this year.
Meme of the Year:
Spot of the Year:
Project Veritas Exposes Pfizer
In January, the godfather of citizen journalism James O’Keefe released a video with Project Veritas showing Pfizer executive Jordon Trishton Walker’s claiming that his company is exploring a way to “mutate” Covid via “Directed Evolution” to preempt the development of future vaccines:
FOI Request From Censored Doctor Compromises Australia’s Medicines Regulator
In February, documents obtained under FOI request by Dr Melissa McCann revealed the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) hid numerous vaccine-induced deaths from the public view, including those of two children. They later admitted they made the decision due to fears of inciting vaccine hesitancy:
Posie Parker Unearths Trans Fascism
In March, activist and commentator Kellie Jay-Keen (Posie Parker) ripped off the bandaid and exposed the trans movement for its fascism as they violently counter protested one of her tour shows in New Zealand:
(Special mention also from March - Genomic scientist Kevin McKernan deep sequenced Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA products and found that they contained billions of particles of self-replicating DNA that could turn human cells into long-term Covid-19 spike protein factories)
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