Uncensored Headlines - Urgent Hearing Scheduled By World Council For Health, Covid Passes Come Back to Haunt Finnish Govt, And Activist Mayor Resigns Over Paedophile Link
October 7th 2023 - Summaries of the most interesting stories in the past 48 hours on all things Covid, jab, climate, gender, and authoritarian related..
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The hearing, moderated by World Council for Health Committee members Dr Mark Trozzi and Christof Plothe, will take place on October 9th at worldcouncilforhealth.org/dna and aims to address the implications of these findings for people around the world. The international expert panel includes the likes of Kevin McKernan, Dr Janci Lindsay, Prof Sucharit Bhakdi, Assoc Prof Byram Bridle, Dr Peter McCullough, Prof Brigitte König and Dr Jessica Rose.
Until 25th November 2020, Moderna’s reports varied significantly. Their EMA submission showed: 6 deaths in placebo group, 4 in vaccine group. No deaths due to Covid. Their FDA submission (covering same period) showed: 4 deaths in placebo, 3 in vaccine. Again, no deaths were from Covid. A Moderna study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed: 3 deaths in placebo, 2 in vaccine. One of the placebo group deaths was due to Covid. Their 3rd December 2020 EMA submission report states 13 total deaths from the study start until this date. 7 were from the placebo group, and 6 from the vaccine group.
“Overall therefore, injecting 14,000 people could be claimed to have prevented a death from Covid but also could have taken the lives of 5 people within an average of 8 months.”
Mika Vauhkala, a 42-year-old entrepreneur, has launched a legal challenge against the Finnish government and food corporation Fazer, contending that the covid pass mandates, enforced during the pandemic, breached the country's constitution and infringed on basic human rights. "We must take action in these times to see real change. It is for everyone’s sake," Vauhkala said, highlighting his readiness to pursue the case with his legal team "as far as it takes.” In Finland, the authorities rolled out these passes, and new laws permitted private businesses to operate if they mandated customers to present valid covid passes.
California has revoked a contentious law that restricted physicians from providing Covid advice that diverged from mainstream medical opinions. The decision follows numerous lawsuits against the legislation, which was introduced in September 2022 and came into effect in January. The law aimed to label Covid "misinformation" as medical misconduct, empowering the Medical Board of California to withdraw the licenses of healthcare professionals who deviated from widely accepted scientific perspectives. The repeal should be finalised in January, precisely one year after it was rolled out.
Andrew Bailey, the Governor of the Bank of England, surprised many EU Rejoin supporters by suggesting that Brexit has provided the UK with many opportunities. In an unexpected admission, Bailey, who originally supported Remain, stated that the severe Brexit warnings circulated by the Bank of England and other institutions during the referendum – often referred to as "Project Fear" – were misguided. Chris Hayward, the policy chairman of the City of London Corporation, also recently emphasised the benefits of Brexit, noting the substantial job creation and significant investments it has attracted to the UK.
A BBC seminar held on 26th January 2006, designed to shape the future of the corporation's climate change reporting, has been a topic of discussion due to concerns over its impartiality. According to a BBC Trust report from the following year, the BBC decided, post-seminar, that the "weight of evidence no longer justifies equal space being given to the opponents of the consensus." The attendee list for the seminar became contentious when the BBC, after facing a Freedom of Information request, went to court in 2012 to keep it confidential. They succeeded, but the list was later discovered and published online by a blogger named Mauricio Morabito using the Wayback Machine. The revealed list included members from Greenpeace, various environmentalists, representatives from the business sector, the Church of England, charities, media personnel, and various politicians.
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