Date:21 December 2022
This is the last covid update for 2022, but as we approach the end of the year, the outlook for 2023 is proving to be a lot more light-filled and positive than this time last year. As more and more sovereign voices join together globally, we The People, become ever stronger and more able to have our voices not only heard, but felt in our actions too. The greatest defence against authoritarian creep is individual sovereignty. Freedom follows.
Below is our top pick of this week’s covid-related news:
Pushbacks & positives!
- Top doctors are speaking out against mRNA covid jabs as wider realisation of the extent of the harms is dawning. UK cardiologist, Dr Aseem Malhotra, continues his campaign to bring a halt to the use of covid jabs. Other doctors speaking out include Australian cardiologist Dr Ross Walker, UK Cardiologist Dr Dean Patterson, UK consultant surgeon Dr Ahmad Malik, President of the International Vascular Society, Prof Sharif Sultan, and former President of the Australian Medical Association, Dr Kerryn Phelps, who’s wife and herself are both vaccine injured. Dr Malik is now calling for people to join him and sign a petition calling for Medical Freedom of Speech around covid jabs
- The US Senate has voted to pass the annual defence bill and remove the US military covid jab mandate after a challenge by 21 state governors and a group of US Senators who threatened to block the bill if the mandate remained
- Masks are no longer mandatory in UK care homes following an update to UK government advice. However, the change comes with a kicker as responsibility for making the decision over the continued use of masks will now switch to individual care providers
- An appeal court has upheld an earlier judgement that the US government cannot require federal contractors to force their employees to be covid jabbed as a condition of their contracts
- In the recent ‘Twitter files’, in an exclusive interview with the Epoch Times, Dr Scott Atlas, former advisor to the Trump administration, has spoken out against the deliberate and targeted censorship of those questioning mainsteam narratives because it “…allowed lies to be imposed on the public”.
- Results from the ACTIV-6 ivermectin trial using 600 mcg/kg for 6 days have been published as a preprint study. The results of the study claim there was no benefit from the use of ivermectin. However, an article on TrialSite News raises serious concerns over changes made to the primary endpoint mid study that may have affected the outcomes of the study
- The UK government has added heavy menstrual bleeding as an adverse event to the Pfizer covid jab Patient Information Leaflet (PIL)
- A new study from Norway, published in Vaccine, warns of an increased incidence of menstrual irregularities in young girls aged 12-15 years following covid injections
- The UK HSA has changed its definition of hospitalisation due to covid in order to improve its vaccine effectiveness charts (spoiler alert – they’re still not what we’d consider to be effective). Whereas, previously, even if a patient was admitted for another reason, if they tested positive for covid they were classified as a covid admission. This clouding of the data will no longer be able to happen
- A UK employment tribunal has ruled that healthcare staff who refuse covid jabs can be dismissed from their jobs. The judge threw out the claim of unfair dismissal saying the care home was within its rights when it fired jab-free staff to protect the home’s vulnerable residents
- The World Health Organization has published a video featuring Dr Peter Hotez, claiming that “anti-vaccine activism” which he calls “…anti-science aggression” “has now become a major killing force globally”
- Portugese health chiefs are warning healthcare professionals to be on the lookout for signs of myocarditis and pericarditis in children within 14 days of receipt of covid jabs
- Steve Kirsch reports a major pediatric hospital in Canada has seen a significant increase in the number of cases of myocarditis in children and teens under 18. Normally they see 2 cases per year, recently they’ve been seeing 27 cases over a 6 week period
- Researchers from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have found a link between covid injections and blood clotting issues in older people. The study, published in Vaccine, reports on four adverse reactions following covid jabs but dismisses three as they were considered to not have met the criteria to be flagged as an issue following additional analysis. The FDA is reported to have said it would not be taking any action over the finding because there’s no proof they’re linked to covid jabs.
- N-acetylcysteine (NAC) has found to be a treatment for those dealing with brain fog as a result of long covid in a new study published in Neuroimmunology Reports. The efficacy of NAC has been long known by those using natural health to counter covid and the after effects of covid jabs. NAC is a key part of Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance’s (FLCCC) various protocols for tackling covid and it’s after effects, along with jab adverse reactions.
- Parents in the US are increasingly opposing mandated childhood jabs required for school attendance with nearly 3 in 10 ten parents saying they should be able to decide if they do or don’t want to vaccinate their children. These findings have come to light following a survey commissioned by the Kaiser Foundation that also found that interest in repeated covid jabs is waning
- Brazil is the latest country to announce the launch of a central bank digital currency in 2024. The President of the Central Bank of Brazil also claimed the International Monetry Fund (IFM) is interested in rolling out the Brazilian model in other countries as it’s easy to implement
- A group of US corporations working as the Better Identity Coalition, is pushing the US government to implement policies moving towards the creation of digital ID systems under the guise of developing more secure online interactions. Beware the incessant authoritarian creep.
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