Experts Unmasked: Covid, Vaccines, and Government Cover-ups

On December 4th, a meeting convened at the UK Parliamentary offices, where six scientists and medical professionals presented their expert testimonies on the Covid pandemic. The panel, organized by British MP Andrew Bridgen, included Dr. David E. Martin, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Ryan Cole, Dr. Pierre Kory, Professor Angus Dalgleish, and Steve Kirsch. The experts discussed a range of topics, from the alleged deception by governments and corporations that led to the pandemic, to the suppression of early Covid treatments, and the potential harms of mRNA vaccines. The event, however, was not live-streamed or officially recorded.

In a related vein, an article highlighted the government’s history of rushing vaccines to market and the subsequent cover-up of injuries. The piece spotlighted Barry Young, who leaked data showing the COVID vaccines were causing deaths, and faced severe consequences, including arrest and potential imprisonment. The article also criticized the current trend of micromanaging society with data and the lack of accountability in decision-making.

Meanwhile, the House passed a resolution stating that “anti-Zionism is antisemitism,” with a vote of 314-14-92. The resolution, drafted by Republicans, faced criticism from Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), the most senior Jewish member of the House, who argued that not all anti-Zionism is antisemitism. Thirteen Democrats and one Republican voted against the legislation.

In health news, an article examined the health hazards associated with nitrites in processed meats and the attempts made by the food industry to hinder regulations. The piece underscored the importance of eliminating nitrites to reduce the risk of cancer and the influence exerted by lobbyists in determining chemical listings.

A podcast transcript questioned the accuracy of COVID-19 data and pointed out inconsistencies in the pandemic narrative. It raised doubts about the effectiveness of lockdown measures and suggested a coordinated effort to manipulate information.

In financial news, the controversial “cash ban” law, which aimed to prohibit cash payments over $10,000, has been abandoned in the Senate. The use of cash has been declining globally, with the pandemic accelerating the shift towards digital transactions. However, there is a possibility that a similar law could later resurface.

The Irish government is pushing through a “Hate Speech” bill that is seen as a Trojan Horse to control Big Tech companies. The bill includes provisions for offenses by corporate bodies, forcing companies to agree to regulation by the Irish government to avoid censorship.

Lastly, the Combatting Misinformation and Disinformation bill in Australia aims to give the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) more powers over digital platforms to address false and harmful content. Critics argue that the bill threatens freedom of speech, while others raise concerns over the broad definitions of disinformation and misinformation in the bill. The bill is still subject to consultation and is unlikely to be passed this year.

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