ANH News Beat (week 23/2024)

Jun 5, 2024

Date:5 June 2024

Content Sections

  • In Brief (click on the links to read more)
  • Natural News
  • ANH-USA Update
  • Covid Update

In Brief (click on the links to read more)

  • Dutch MEP wins shadowban case against Meta
  • Google shares it’s misinformation tactics
  • Misinformation tactics only work when people follow the rules!
  • Doctors need more information about CAM therapies
  • Pesticides promote antibiotic resistance
  • US government committee questions role of UPFs in obesity
  • Lancet Commission plans to define obesity as a disease
  • Emulsifiers linked to breast and prostate cancer
  • Baroness Walmsley links UPFs to childhood obesity
  • Andrew Wakefield’s new film – Protocol 7
  • Glyphosate found in human sperm
  • Ethics of HPV vaccine trials questioned
  • Latest edition of Caduceus magazine now available
  • ANH-USA Update
  • Covid News
    • Excess deaths hits mainstream science and media
    • Medical ethics and covid
    • Calls for Pfizer judge to be investigated
    • Covid vaccines
    • and much more…

Natural News

  • Dutch MEP, Tom Vandendriessche, sued Meta after it shadowbanned his Facebook page. The judge in the case ruled in his favour, stating Meta didn’t act in “good faith” and that users had little recourse to challenge such actions. In a post on X, Mr Vandendriessche said he would do his utmost to “restore freedom of expression on social media”
  • We know they’re doing it. They’re telling us how they’re doing it using techniques such as ‘surfacing’ – presenting people with information they’re allowed to see, programming AI to help users ‘navigate’ content and rigging searches to return ‘desirable’ results to combat supposed ‘misinformation’
  • The Alan Turing Institute reports on the ways in which people protect themselves against ‘misinformation’ online finding it doesn’t matter how many interventions are devised, nor how effective they’re deemed to be, if people don’t use them, they won’t work!

  • Very few doctors know enough about complementary therapies to advise patients on the effectiveness of using alternatives to mainstream medicine. A cross-sectional study, published in Cureus, carried out in Saudi Arabia, emphasises doctors’ lack of knowledge about the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Whilst doctors from other countries weren’t included, the probability that they lack similar knowledge is more than likely
  • The more pesticides that are used, the higher the number of antibiotic resistant bacteria that are found in soil, according to a new study published in Agronomy. Beyond Pesticides examines the study and explains how pesticides promote antibiotic resistance
  • Contrary to multiple studies showing the negative health effects of ultra processed foods (UPFs), the US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (USDGA), has reported there is limited evidence that UPFs contribute to obesity. Their conclusions appear to stem from a recent study published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. However, excerpts from a USDGA Committee meeting, shared by Kevin Hall PhD on Twitter, seemingly dismiss health concerns about UPFs, yet call for additional research to find out how much UPF is safe to eat, which clearly demonstrates the conflicts of interest driving the Committee
  • There’s now a push in some circles to redefine obesity as a disease that needs to be treated, rather than a metabolic condition driven by dysregulated metabolism, often due to high levels of UPFs and low levels of exercise. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology Commission, is currently working on such a definition, which would ultimately give pharmaceutical companies carté-blanche to create new treatments to, “…improve health among people living with obesity”. As with so many such initiatives, those driving it have an impressive list of conflicts of interest
  • Many industrially processed food products now contain emulsifiers to improve texture and shelf-life. However, despite continued assurances by health authorities of their safety, new evidence published in PLoS Medicine, found clear evidence of a link between higher intakes of certain emulsifiers and an increased risk of developing breast and prostate cancer. The study adds to a profusion of studies linking emulsifiers to allergic reactions, leaky gut, autoimmune disease and colon cancer
  • Speaking on a recent Food Foundation podcast, Baroness Walmsley, Chair of the House of Lords inquiry into diet and obesity, said the evidence is clear that UPFs are a contributor to childhood obesity, which is threatening the health of future generations.

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  • Andrew Wakefield’s new film, Protocol 7, tells the harrowing story of the greed of pharmaceutical companies at the expense of people’s health. The clinical study for Merck’s MMR II vaccine, called Protocol 7, didn’t give them the efficacy data needed in regard to the Mumps element. So instead, they faked study data. Inspired by real-life events, the film documents the 14-year legal battle to prove that they covered up the faking of data for an ineffective vaccine that’s made the company millions. The lawsuit was dismissed in 2023 without ruling after the court decided any “misrepresentations by Merck were not materially important”
  • Glyphosate has been found in human sperm for the first time. French researchers, publishing in Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, found that 73 out of 128 men who tested positive for glyphosate in their blood, also had glyphosate in their sperm at nearly four times the level found in their blood. Beyond Pesticides takes a deep dive into the study
  • Merck’s use of an aluminium adjuvant as a placebo during HPV vaccine trials, without telling participants of the potential adverse reactions, was a violation of medical ethics according to a study published in IOS Press
  • The latest copy of Caduceus magazine has hit the shelves and landed in the ANH office. For those not familiar with the publication, Caduceus has been a leading magazine for the health conscious amongst us since 1987 due to its focus on psychological, emotional, spiritual, ecological and environmental health, therapy and growth, including natural, holistic, energy and complementary medicine — and of course, latterly, covid! Issue 111 includes Dr Aseem Malhotra’s evidence the to the Japanese covid inquiry; drugs that cause nutrient loss; benefits of raw milk; new test from Food for the Brain and much more. Click here to buy your copy.

ANH-USA Update

  • A nasty amendment has been added to the US House version of the Farm Bill that puts the existence of CBD and hemp products, in the US, in danger. If passed, the amendment would see hemp-derived cannabinoid products deemed to contain “quantifiable amounts” of THC, banned. A sting in the tail of this particular piece of nastiness also sees the “quantifiable amounts” left to be defined by regulators at a later date! Help Protect your access to CBD
  • An ongoing legal case brought by victims of osteoporosis drug, aldendronate, linked to a risk of serious fractures, showcases the regulatory capture of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and its failure to protect the very people it was set up to serve. Read more…

Covid Update

  • Finally, we see mainstream medical journals and media catching up with what we were suggesting was likely over 2 years ago, that Covid vaccines were the likely drivers of excess mortality i.e. the cure was worse than the disease. Even mainstream media is picking up the baton and discussing the disproportionate increase in excess deaths following the rollout of covid shots in 2021, as set out in a new paper from Dutch researchers, published in BMJ Public Health. The researchers break the silence and raise “serious concerns” as they analyse excess death data from 47 countries detailing the highest number of excess deaths through the pandemic period in 2021, followed by 2022, despite the introduction of covid restrictions and covid genetic vaccines.

>>> People are dying unexpectedly – why the silence?

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  • A key paper published in October 2021, highlighting the damage to key DNA repair pathways by the spike protein from covid shots and the SARS-CoV-2 virus was swiftly retracted following its publication. It’s now emerged that the retraction may have been forced for political rather than scientific reasons and violated academic ethics. Rebekah Barnett has the full story
  • The 4th hearing on excess deaths took place in the Philippines’ Parliament in May. Discussions around the Pandemic Agreement and International Health Regulations revealed deep concerns over their implications and how they might affect the Philippine people. The discussion moved to excess deaths, during which the high levels of excess deaths in recent years was blamed on the introduction of covid shots. Read the full transcript via Super Sally’s Substack
  • Findings from a new paper, published in the Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health, raise serious concerns about the impact of covid vaccines on mortality rates in Cyprus, which mirror the findings of the BMJ paper above for 2021 and 2022. Metatron discusses the paper on his Substack
  • Australian judge, Justice Helen Rofe, threw out a lawsuit in March, brought against Pfizer requesting an injunction to stop mRNA covid jabs being used in Australia because they’re unapproved GMOs. However, she failed to disclose that she had previously worked with Pfizer. Now Senators Malcolm Roberts and Pauline Hanson have said they will introduce a motion in the Senate at the next session, demanding Justice Rofe is investigated for misconduct. Quadrant has the full story
  • Dr Anthony Fauci is back in the hot seat giving testimony related to his role in covid before a US House Select Committee. It has been revealed that he previously told Republican Senators that he wasn’t aware of any evidence supporting the six foot social distancing rule or the masking of kids. It has also emerged that scientists, including Dr Fauci at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), have earned in excess of $700 million from royalties during the pandemic, which had previously been concealed. Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene berated Dr Fauci in no uncertain terms, while Congressman Rich McCormick, who’s a medical doctor who treated patients during covid, called him out for the censoring of doctors during covid
  • Following the supposed ‘success’ of covid shots, the UK is rolling out a trial of mRNA based cancer ‘vaccines’ from BioNTech, which are designed to prime the immune system to recognise and destroy cancer cells. It remains to be seen what effects the treatment has
  • Covid vaccinated patients died at twice the rate of unvaccinated according to a study published in Frontiers, earlier this year
  • At the same time as the 77th World Health Assembly was taking place, people from around the world gathered in Geneva to stand for sovereignty in the face of the World Health Organization’s Pandemic Agreement and amendments to the International Health Regulations. On the other side of the world, Japan also signified their sovereignty in front of the Japanese Ministry of Health building
  • OpenVAET shares a reanalysis of the data from the Pfizer/BioNTech C4591001 trial to address the significant anomalies and discrepancies that have surfaced since completion of the trial.


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