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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

At Least Nine States Report Detecting Mosquitoes Carrying Disease That Can Potentially Paralyze Humans

At least nine states have reported finding mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus, a disease that can paralyze its victims — as of Friday, five of these states had recorded cases in humans. Mosquitoes that tested positive for West Nile virus had been detected in Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts and New York as of July…

A new brick crumbles in the COVID-19 origins coverup [Video]

One thing about truth: It is inexorable. It can be hidden, but it will always appear at some point. At some time, any falsified story is and will be brought to account. That is why lies are harder to maintain. That being said, it appears that Dr. Fauci, a man educated at a Jesuit institute…

Dr. Fauci Raised Ethical Questions in 2012 About Viruses Escaping from Labs

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) imposed a three-year pause on funding for “gain-of-function (GOF) experiments involving influenza, SARS, and MERS viruses” from 2014 to 2017, in part to prevent accidental releases of deadly new viruses from laboratories — a pause with potential relevance for understanding today’s ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Suspicions are growing that the…

TASS: Chinese Foreign Ministry demands US explain Ukraine biolabs [Video]

This is a translation of a piece run by the Russian TASS News Agency. It is not likely that the American press is covering it, so we bring it to you. The attached videos are for the benefit of any viewers that speak Russian or Ukrainian fluently, but, curiously, the “AutoTranslate” feature common to YouTube…

“Dead” Virus Cells Frequently Trigger “False Positives” In Most Common COVID Test, New Study...

In the past, our reports raising questions about the accuracy of COVID-19 tests have been met with accusations of 'fearmongering' and spreading 'misinformation'.  But not today. That's because new research from the University of Oxford’s Center for Evidence-Based Medicine and the University of the West of England has found that the swab-based technique used for…

Pinkerton: If the Viruses Keep Coming, Here’s How We Should Respond

Here’s a headline that gets one thinking: “‘Unknown pneumonia’ deadlier than coronavirus sweeping Kazakhstan, Chinese embassy warns.”   The story, appearing in The South China Morning Post on July 9, quoted the Chinese embassy in the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan as warning Chinese citizens, “The death rate of this disease is much higher than…

Hydroxychloroquine and fake news

The anti-hydroxychloroquine media has been full of the supposed dangers of hydroxychloroquine and its failure as a treatment for the virus. Does hydroxychloroquine work or does it not, is it safe or dangerous, and should we be using it as a treatment for the virus? Here we examine the evidence for and against it. A…

From the Inside: Observations about America in our times [Video]

This piece comprises the thoughts of a friend in America about our nation’s current situation. In his observations, he offers some positive fallout that he believes will come from all the present madness. We offer his text with only minor edits for clarity and emphasis on content. We also have attached a video from a…

Part III – Dr Jean-Claude Larchet, the Orthodox Church and COVID-19

First of all, what is your general opinion on the epidemic we are currently experiencing? JCL: I am not surprised: for millennia there have been about two major epidemics per century, and several other smaller epidemics. Their frequency is, however, increasing, and the population concentration in our urban civilization, the traffic favoured by globalization, and…
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Virus Contact-Tracing For All – Singaporeans To Be Tracked By Gov’t In Post-COVID World

Singapore is on the cusp of rolling out a mandatory COVID-19 tracing program that will identify people who had come in contact with virus carriers. The program will distribute tiny microchips to all 5.7 million residents, in what will be the most extensive tracing program globally, reported Reuters.  The city-state, located in Southeast Asia, has already developed a tracing app for smartphones, called…

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