Uncensored Headlines - NZ's Ministry Of Health Exposed On Mandate Hypocrisy, Swiss Court Goes Full Fascist, And New Evidence Shows Trans People Only Want To Compete In Women's Sports Not Their Own
October 5th 2023 - Summaries of the most interesting stories in the past 48 hours on all things Covid, jab, climate, gender, and authoritarian related..
I spend so much time each day gathering information for articles and posts that it seemed silly not to compose a newsletter.
Below is a summary of the most fascinating articles and information I’ve come across in the last 48-72hrs.
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Spot of the Day:
Who let Britney Spears loose?
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) has abruptly ended a planned disciplinary hearing against Dr. Kulvinder Kaur Gill over her tweets. CPSO had previously labeled Dr. Gill's tweets as unprofessional, destructive to public health, and critical of official COVID-19 guidance. Dr. Gill's stance suggested that government and public health responses to COVID-19 were politically, rather than scientifically, motivated. Lisa Bildy, Dr. Gill's attorney, said, "They finally recognised that Dr. Gill’s concerns about lockdowns and vaccine mandates were well-supported and couldn't be branded as 'misinformation,'" Bildy stated.
In 2017, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaboratively advance the development of innovative medical products. While the FDA holds MOUs with numerous non-profit groups, the collaboration with the Gates Foundation, which has invested billions into pandemic countermeasures, has raised eyebrows. Critics, including David Gortler, a former senior adviser to the FDA commissioner from 2019 to 2021, voice concerns about potential conflicts of interest, saying: "If the Gates Foundation establishes an MOU with a regulator on a product they're invested in, it seems to present a conflict. What if all drug companies pursued similar agreements?"
Guy Hatchard has obtained new documentation in which the Interim Director for New Zealand’s National Public Health Service, Matt Hannant is quoted saying: “From 13 November 2021 to 26 September 2022, a total of 478 applications for Signicant Service Disruption exemption (SSD) were received. 103 applications were granted, covering approximately 11,005 workers. Please note that it is not possible to provide the exact number of workers that were covered by SSDs. This is because it was possible for an organisation to submit an application to cover more than one worker.” This is while the department and former Fascist-in-Chief Jacinda Ardern insisted that everyone be vaccinated.
A Lausanne court in Switzerland has sentenced French-Swiss commentator Alain Bonnet, also known as Alain Soral, to 60 days in prison after he called Catherine Macherel, a journalist for the Swiss newspapers Tribune de Geneve and 24 Heures, a "fat lesbian" in a Facebook video two years ago. Soral was convicted of defamation, discrimination, and incitement to hatred. LGBTQ+ advocates are celebrating the court's decision. Murial Waeger, co-director of a lesbian activist group, commented on the verdict, stating, "This court decision is an important moment for justice and rights of LGBTQI people in Switzerland.”
If CNN is admitting it, I’d put good money on a landslide...
The UK’s Department for Education (DfE) has reportedly been monitoring the social media activities of several leading education specialists, according to an investigation by The Guardian. Records indicate that at least nine educators had their online interactions catalogued, with some documents detailing up to 60 pages of interactions. Notably, the DfE allegedly tried to cancel a conference due to disagreements previously voiced on social media by two main speakers, Ruth Swailes and Aaron Bradbury, concerning government policies. Bradbury, renowned for his work in early childhood studies, described the department's actions as a deep violation of democratic principles.
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