Date:23 March 2022
- ● Corruption of evidence based medicine
- ● 5G warning to UK Government
- ● Gates agriculture takeover stalls in Africa
- ● Covid Corner
Corruption of evidence based medicine
Corporate interests, failed regulation and the commercialisation of academia has all contributed to the corruption of evidence-based medicine. An opinion piece published in The BMJ, argues that far from providing the solid scientific base to medicine that was envisioned, it has instead been adulterated and weakened by the reliance on the funding of studies by those with vested interests. This has also led to the withholding of vital data that’s deemed detrimental to the approval of new pharmaceutical interventions, which has, according to the authors, led to avoidable deaths. Ultimately it’s not evidence-based medicine that’s the problem, but the way it has been manipulated for profit and gain by those with the most to lose through open, transparent and honest reporting of scientific data – good or bad.
5G warning to UK Government
Principia Scientific has published an open letter to the UK Government from 5G campaigner, Sean Carney, issuing a warning of the potential catastrophic harms to human, animal, insect and other life on earth from the continued imposition of 5G technologies. His letter follows the publication of a new study in Medinsk Access, documenting the harms to human health following the installation of a 5G mast on a block of flats. Carney’s detailed letter exposes the inadequacies of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guidelines, which are being relied upon to change laws in favour of Big Telecom companies, to allow the wholesale installation of 5G across the UK despite their knowledge of the harm it poses.
Gates agriculture takeover stalls in Africa
Despite the best efforts of the Gates-led, Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), an independent assessment of the 15 year project has found it has failed in its goal to improve food security and increase farmers’ incomes. The report written by Mathmatica, and commisioned by the Partnership for Inclusive Agriculture Transformation in Africa (PIATA), cherry picks data from the 11 countries in which AGRA operates. Despite its promises to double yields and incomes for 30 million farming households by 2020, the organisation has clearly fallen significantly short of its goals. What the report doesn’t say, but is evident from its omissions, is that industrialised farming is not the panacea it’s made out to be.
- A new paper, from researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology espousing covid booster jabs, has also revealed just how robust, long lasting and protective is natural immunity following infection
- Experts from the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, in collaboration with Collateral Global, have revealed the true number of covid deaths in the UK is impossible to calculate. Using Freedom of Information Requests (FOIs), the team found that 14 different reporting systems are being used to classify covid deaths, making it nigh on impossible to come to an accurate figure for deaths from or with covid
- Dr Paul Marik has been commended for his dedication to the early treatment of covid and the philanthropic sharing of his knowledge and data by the Virginia House of Delegates
- Until now, South Korea has managed to keep a lid on covid infections and deaths. One of the most heavily jabbed nations, it’s now experiencing a huge surge in deaths and infections that’s baffling health authorities who are calling for a fourth jab
- The US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) has reduced it’s count of covid deaths by over 72,000, blaming the error on an algorithm that ‘accidently’ counted deaths that weren’t covid-related. In particular, the change has significantly reduced the number of deaths attributed to covid in children, calling into question the overall numbers of covid-related deaths
- A small Israeli study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has found a fourth covid shot provides little protection against covid infection
- A recent study published in Cureus analysing data from a prospective, observational study of a covid prevention programme in Itajaí, Brazil, concludes that the use of ivermectin as a preventative measure for covid is highly effective in reducing rates of infection, hospitalisation and deaths
- In a win for children in the US, The Informed Consent Network (ICAN) and Children’s Health Defense have won an injunction in the District of Columbia to stop children as young as 11 years, from being able to consent to being covid vaccinated without the knowledge of their parents or their consent
- Australian Senator, Gerard Rennick, has co-signed a legal letter to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) reminding it of the laws around public interest disclosures and whistleblower protections, as they continue to gag medical professionals with serious concerns over the safety of covid jabs
- The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has filed an amicus brief as part of a lawsuit against United Airlines’ jab mandates
- Swiss Policy Research shares the findings of a group of German pathologists investigating deaths following covid jabs.