Covid News Unwrapped (week 18/2022)

May 4, 2022

Date:4 May 2022

Content Sections

  • Pushbacks & positives!
  • Legal
  • Coercion
  • Censorship
  • Masks
  • Origins
  • Restrictions
  • Children’s Health
  • Covid injections
  • Other News

Covid case rates and deaths are plummeting the world over, yet the pandemic is continuing to be used as the justification for loss of liberty and the centralisation of global control. For this reason, we are continuing our covid coverage due to the amount of ongoing emergent information.

Much of what we’re sharing this week shows the extent to which the mainstream narrative, that has driven much of the emotion behind the coronavirus crisis over the past two years, is now being exposed — along with the threat and harms posed and caused by the covid jabs. All of which, when added together, hastens the collapse of the attempts to remove individual rights and freedoms as more people ‘smell a rat’ and join those of us already standing together to create a positive, robust and resilient post-covid future.

Pushbacks & positives!

  • Greece has opened its borders to holidaymakers regardless of jab status. Joining Greece in the lifting of restrictions for travellers is Bulgaria, Switzerland and Croatia
  • In Ecuador all mask mandates have been lifted as rates of covid related hospitalisations and deaths continue to fall
  • Malaysia is also easing further covid related restrictions including those placed on anyone who has chosen to remain jab-free and the need to wear masks outside
  • Jab mandates for those working in education and healthcare in Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) will be lifted on 13th May 2022. However, the mandates will remain in place for anyone working in aged care.


  • A High Court judge in New Zealand has found that whilst the quarantine regime imposed by the New Zealand government in response to covid was justified on public health grounds the lack of priority given to New Zealand citizens trying to re-enter the country infringed the New Zealand Bill of Rights
  • The Sicilian Court of Administrative Justice is reported to have ruled that Italy’s covid jab mandates are unconstitutional. The ruling will now go to the Constitutional Court, which will also have to rule on the issue
  • The Supreme Court in India has ruled that individuals cannot be forced to be jabbed and that under Article 21 of the Constitution they have the right to refuse to be jabbed. It also ruled that covid jab mandates imposed by various state governments and authorities are not proportionate and all such mandates and restrictions on those who are jab-free should be reviewed.


  • Just days after his re-election, France’s President Macron announced the introduction of a Digital ID system for French citizens. Using a biometric app, the Digital ID will be based on the new French identity card. Macron’s announcement comes as governments worldwide, along with the World Health Organization and the European Union, actively work to bring in digital IDs, digital currencies and Universal Basic incomes across the board
  • An Inquiry of Ministry has revealed that the Canadian government has suspended over 2,500 employees who refuse to reveal their covid jab status. The suspensions have resulted in the loss of salaries and benefits for those affected.


  • The UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) is consulting on changes to its Good Medical Practice Guidelines. The draft regulations contain changes to the rules on the use of social media that require doctors to be honest and not mislead in their communications. Concerns have been expressed that such changes could be used to discipline doctors if they share views or information that don’t align with the mainstream narrative regardless of the validity of such information
  • French health authority Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM), has officially castigated Dr Didier Raoult, Director of the Mediterranean Infection Foundation for what it calls, “serious breaches”, in clinical trials. Dr Raoult came to global attention for his use and promotion of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as a covid treatment, which elicited an official reprimand from the French Medical Association and prompted his resignation from his role as a practising doctor. The controversy surrounding his use of HCQ brought his work to the attention of the ANSM, which has subsequently decided to investigate trials undertaken by the Foundation in previous years, late last year
  • Sixty countries, including the US, UK, Canada, Australia and various EU State members, have signed up to the ‘Declaration for the Future of the Internet’, which purports to support “…a future for the Internet that is open, free, global, interoperable, reliable and secure.” A statement from The White House says the declaration supports freedom of speech and privacy, citing countries where these rights are being trampled. Commitments made in the declaration are, however, conflicting as it commits to upholding freedom of expression whilst cracking down on so called disinformation and misinformation.


  • Mask use increases the risk of dying from covid according to a new study published in Medicine, based on data from Kansas in the US. Describing what’s been dubbed the Foegen effect, named after the study author, the paper establishes that mask wearing results in the deep re-inhalation of droplets of covid viral particles trapped in the mask. As a result, although higher mask use doesn’t increase the number of cases, it does contribute to a higher number of deaths.


  • At the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, a letter was published in The Lancet proclaiming theories suggesting SARS-CoV-2 was not of natural origin to be conspiracy theories. A freedom of information act made by US-based, U.S. Right to Know, has revealed that one of the signatories of that letter subsequently sent an email suggesting the virus could have leaked from a lab a month after the publication of the letter.


  • The UK Medical Freedom Alliance (UKMFA) has written an Open Letter to the Chief Executives of UK NHS trusts calling for all covid restrictions to be dropped and to reinstate the right for patients to have someone with them at all medical appointments.

Children’s Health

  • An article published by The Brownstone Institute looks at the detrimental effect of the coronavirus crisis and its associated restrictions on children’s health and wellbeing.

Covid injections

  • Cyprus experienced an increase in all-cause mortality in 2021, particularly in quarters 3 and 4. The authors of a new study published in Cureus conclude that the increase was not explained by covid deaths but that it does correlate with the roll out of covid booster jabs
  • A new industry funded study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine pushing the efficacy of covid jabs, reveals how quickly said ‘protection’ wanes. A mere three months following someone being jabbed, even against reducing the risk of requiring hospitalisation
  • The Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, founded by Steve Kirsch, seeks to share the most up-to-date and relevant information on covid related issues without any censorship. The initiative encourages open and transparent debate in all areas regardless of the topic or assertions
  • Using data from the Israel National Emergency Medical Services (EMS), researchers, publishing in Scientific Reports, have found high levels of emergency calls for heart related issues in those aged 16-39 years of age following the first and second covid jabs
  • Those who receive mRNA covid jabs are less likely to develop a comprehensive immune response to covid infection than those who remain jab free
  • Rheumatologist, Dr Robert Jackson, reports 40% of his jabbed patients have reported a significant injury following covid jabs including 12 deaths. Approximately 5% have developed a new condition that makes them susceptible to clotting
  • Documents from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) obtained as the result of a freedom of information lawsuit by Judicial Watch, reveal the extent and speed to which the lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) from mRNA covid jabs travel around the body. LNPs were found outside of the injection site, mainly in the liver, spleen, ovaries and adrenal glands of test animals within 8-48 hours following injection. The data contradicts claims made by the pharma companies that the LNPs stay in the deltoid muscle after injection
  • Such was the fear of covid that many zoos took the decision to covid jab their animals. One such zoo was Gladys Porter Zoo in Texas. Very sadly, they’ve just announced the sudden and unexpected death of Martha one of the zoo’s Gorillas. An necropsy found she died due to multiple organ abnormalities
  • A viewpoint published in JAMA discusses covid jabs as part of the new normal, suggesting they will become a part of jab schedules alongside flu jabs. The article has been written by Dr Peter Marks from the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) and Dr Califf, Commissioner at the FDA
  • Concerns over the safety of covid jabs for pregnant women have been raised by reports of a sharp increase in stillbirths and deaths in babies under the age of one in 2021, compared to the average for 2011-2020
  • A new pre-print study gives more credence to the theory that people who’ve been covid jabbed can shed jab-created antibodies and potentially pass them on to others via aerosol transmission.

Other News

  • US based MD, Dr Kat Lindley talks with Michael Farris on his ‘Coffee and a Mike’ podcast. In it she discusses her article “Danger Ahead…Let’s Take a Closer Look at the WHO Agenda for the World” and why the WHO wants to create a one-size-fits-all healthcare model, along with her work to support those who’ve been injured by covid jabs, censorship and more
  • People with a high diversity of gut bacteria are less likely to suffer from severe covid illness. Researchers publishing in BMJ Open Gastroenterology compared the gut microbiomes of patients with severe covid and positive patients with mild illness. Those with severe illness were found to have low bacterial diversity and reduced levels of Bifidobacterium bacterial species suggesting improving the health and diversity of people’s gut microbiota may be beneficial in reducing severity of illness from covid infection
  • A new article looks at the control of our food systems and the push towards vertical farming systems in the aftermath of covid as part of moves to control the global food supply
  • Suicides amongst young people in the US increased during the pandemic. Publishing in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers assessed data from 14 US states, which found when the data was aggregated across all 14 states, there was increase in the number of adolescents who committed suicide
  • Retired neurosurgeon, Russell L Blaylock, dismantles the covid narrative in a detailed editorial in Surgical Neurology International. In it he calls out the treatment of well-respected doctors, the draconian restrictions and censorship of those brave enough to offer alternative opinions
  • Bill Gates is warning that we’ve not seen the worst of covid yet. Bill Gates wants the World Health Organization to build and manage his plan called the Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization (GERM) initiative. Unsurprisingly, Bill Gates has a new book to sell.


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