1. In most places, impeding people’s right of way is a crime. Unless you are a left wing activist. But when the law won’t enforce the law…
Internal messaging between Public Health Agency of Canada and other government officials shows the pressure to implement masking was politically motivated.
(Click through and read it at the NIH.Gov site. It’s much more impressive over there)
The COVID-19 period highlights a huge problem that has been developing for decades, the control of science by industry. In the 1950s, the tobacco industry set the example, which the pharmaceutical industry followed. Since then, the latter has been regularly condemned for illegal marketing, misrepresentation of experimental results, dissimulation of information about the dangers of drugs, and considered as criminal. Therefore, this study was conducted to show that knowledge is powerfully manipulated by harmful corporations, whose goals are: 1/financial; 2/to suppress our ability to make choices to acquire global control of public health.
Pharmaceutical industry techniques for manipulating science and COVID-19 reporting were reviewed. Several sources of official documents were used: PubMed; National Institutes of Health resources; pharmaceutical companies; policy documents; national newspapers and news agencies; and books by prominent professionals (scientific and legal). A few studies have not been published in peer-reviewed journals; however, they have been conducted by reputable scientists in their respective fields.
4. I’m beginning to suspect he has Multiple Personality Disorder
This fucker for real!? https://t.co/oPytAukiyp
— Gareth Icke (@garethicke) November 29, 2022
(Being young and healthy and working on an aircraft has become nearly as dangerous as being young, healthy and asleep.)
A flight attendant has died suddenly after suffering an unexpected heart attack mid-flight, according to reports.
Yasser Saleh Al Yazidi was a member of the cabin crew for Gulf Air.
Gulf Air flight GF-19 was forced to make an emergency landing when Yasser suffered a sudden and fatal cardiac arrest at 34,000ft during a flight from Bahrain to Paris.
Yasser, who was young and presumed to be otherwise healthy, tragically passed away after the plane left Bahrain International at 1.40 am on Tuesday.
The flight was destined for Paris Charles de Gaulle airport but the pilots of the Airbus A321 were forced to make an emergency landing in Erbil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq so Yasser could receive medical attention.
The plane was met by a medical team who immediately transferred the stricken cabin crew member to a nearby hospital.
However, Yasser was pronounced dead on arrival.
According to the Daily Mail, the attendant suffered a heart attack about an hour and a half into the flight.
(Being young, healthy and an athlete is also in the top three)
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