Concerns, Critters, and Cover-Ups: Curious Collection of News

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In the realm of health and medicine, Canadian community doctor, Dr. Charles Hoffe, has been voicing concerns about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, following injuries and a death among his patients. His open letter to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, calling for a pause on vaccinations until safety could be assured, was met with a ban from local hospitals and denial of his claims. The College’s response, revealed through a Freedom of Information Act request, was to find someone to report Dr. Hoffe for writing the letter, rather than investigating his concerns. Dr. Hoffe’s public comments led to an investigation by the College, with potential consequences including loss of license and fines. In his defense, Dr. Pierre Kory, among other medical experts, challenged the conclusions of the College’s hired “expert”, arguing for the efficacy of ivermectin in treating and preventing COVID-19.

In a different vein, a peculiar trend has been observed in Kentucky high schools, where students are dressing up as anthropomorphic animal characters, causing disruptions. In response, Oklahoma Representative Justin Humphrey filed House Bill 3084, proposing a ban on such behavior in Oklahoma schools. The bill stipulates that parents of students dressed as animals be contacted to take them home, and in cases where parents or guardians cannot be reached, animal control services would be contacted.

Meanwhile, the FBI continues its investigation into the events of January 6th, 2021, known as the Capitol Riot. Advanced technology, including facial recognition software, is being used to track down participants. However, the FBI has yet to find information on the individuals who planted two pipe bombs outside the RNC and DNC headquarters the night before the riot. The lack of attention given to the pipe bomb incident compared to the Capitol Riot has raised questions about the response and concern from law enforcement, and suspicions about a potential government cover-up.

Lastly, in the world of finance, Egon von Greyerz and Matthew Piepenburg discuss the escalating war signals, geopolitics, and the differences between gold and BTC in the context of currency destruction. They emphasize the importance of protecting against currency risk with physical gold, a historically proven store of value and wealth preservation asset. While BTC is seen by some as a digital form of gold, they distinguish between the two, noting that gold is a store of value while BTC is a speculation asset. They also note that central banks are stacking gold rather than BTC, suggesting gold is the preferred choice for currency stability concerns.

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