(Although this fellow seems abrasive and ‘un-journalist like’ in his calls, when the state and official media is nothing but state propaganda and narrative for public manipulation, its gonna be down to average guys who may not be that schooled in phone charm to find out what is actually going on. Add to that the damage Covid regulations have done to people, and he is in fact showing a tremendous amount of restraint given the importance that PCR tests are given in terms of making that policy. And of course, frequent news stories like this. One more thing. Rex is Latin for king. The Canadian civil servant he spoke to in the second call is Mohammad Rex. So, Mohammad is King. Curious name. Most muslims don’t have latin names.)
A top Russian scientist with close links to Edinburgh University who was ‘working on a Covid-19 vaccine’ has been found dead in suspicious circumstances in St Petersburg.
Biologist Alexander ‘Sasha’ Kagansky, 45, best known for his work on fighting cancer, was reported to have fallen in his underwear from a 14th floor window of a high rise residential building.
He also had a stab wound on his body, according to Moskovsky Komsomolets (MK).
The death follows six Russians plunging to their deaths from hospital windows earlier this year.
Five of the victims were being treated for coronavirus whilst one victim was a doctor who had complained about PPE shortages. Another doctor fell from a hospital window, but he survived and remains in hospital with head injuries.
(Much like Clinton or Democrat party kills have a signature, since there is no point in assassinating a threat unless its clear to all who might become a threat that this is the cost, the Russians appear to use defenestration as their particular signature for political assassinations. At least related to Covid. It is hard to throw yourself out a window after stabbing yourself. So this is quite unsubtle.)
(Wait, Neil is back and not in jail or kneed in the testicles or forced to the ground by cops for violating his OWN lockdown orders?)
Millions of families face living under draconian Tier Four restrictions until Easter, according to the scientist whose grim modelling spooked No10 into sending Britain into its first lockdown back in March.
‘Professor Lockdown’ Neil Ferguson, an Imperial College London epidemiologist who quit his role as a Government adviser after breaking rules to see his married lover, today claimed the harshest curbs could ‘possibly’ have to stay until the spring and admitted Britain was now in a race to vaccinate people.
He warned Britain’s situation was ‘not looking optimistic right now’. It comes after Matt Hancock yesterday warned the Tier Four restrictions could be extended nationwide, after the Health Secretary said the virus was now ‘out of control’ following the emergence of a fast-spreading new variant.
Boris Johnson sparked fury on Saturday night after he cancelled Christmas for more than 16million people living in London and across the South East. Shops, gyms, hairdressers and beauty salons were ordered to shut again, with residents told not to leave Tier Four.
Khairi Saadallah, 26, was said to have shouted “Allah Akhbar” and “victory on infidels” during the violent spree which lasted less than two minutes.
He had launched the attacks in Forbury Gardens, Reading, on Saturday June 20 as numerous people, including children, were enjoying the summer evening.
History teacher James Furlong, 36, scientist David Wails, 49, and US citizen Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39, were fatally stabbed.
Their friend Stephen Young, and Patrick Edwards and Nishit Nisudan, who were sitting in a nearby group, were injured.
Saadallah had a history of mental health issues, debt and homelessness, according to court documents.
5. David Wood on Islam, freedom of speech and how social media selects against freedom. A surprising email from a Muslim who had his channel removed for ‘hate speech’ in comments he made. Not even videos he posted.
Thank you Hellequin GB., M., Johnny U., Kim K., Wrath of Khan, EB., ET. and MANY more who retain the courage to look at evidence contrary to the increasingly authoritarian narratives.