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Anti-lockdown protests might be spreading the coronavirus

May 19, 2020 -

According to a campaign group Committee to Protect Medicare, cellphone location data suggests that demonstrators at anti-lockdown protests are often traveling hundreds of miles to events, often crossing state lines, to join protests. The group says that this widespread movement risks helping spread the virus among protesters in various states.Tracking the movement of protesters

The campaign group captured the cellphone data -- which they claim is anonymized -- from ...

Apple aiding Beijing in suppressing anti-Xi Jinping protests

December 02, 2022 -

A report by Reclaim The Net elaborated on how the company founded by Steve Jobs and two others assisted the anti-freedom actions of Beijing. It cited how Apple restricted the use of the AirDrop file sharing tool in mainland China and Hong Kong. Mainland-based protesters use the tool to spread protest literature, while their counterparts in the special administrative region use it to communicate with other protesters, bystanders and tourists from the mainland.

However, ...

“Academic freedom is dead,” says anti-lockdown Stanford professor

November 29, 2022 -

A professor at Stanford University and one of the authors of the Great Barrington Declaration (GBD) – check out our earlier coverage to learn more about the GBD – Bhattacharya remains an outspoken opponent of covid lockdowns. And for holding this position, he has certainly paid a price.

"When you take a position that is at odds with the scientific clerisy, your life becomes a living hell," Bhattacharya says, adding that "academic freedom is dead" when it comes to expressing ...

17 Dead, 68 injured in latest round of anti-government protests in Peru

January 13, 2023 -

The clashes occurred on Jan. 9 in the city of Juliaca, located near the banks of Lake Titicaca in the southern Puno region of Peru. Speaking to the state-run channel TV Peru, Puno health ministry official Henry Rebaza confirmed that there were 17 casualties – including two teenagers – on the side of protesters. He also confirmed that 68 protesters were injured during the clashes.

Meanwhile, Peruvian Defense Minister Jorge Luis Chavez said 75 police officers sustained ...

Michael Yon: Controlled opposition infiltrated Dutch farmer protests

March 22, 2023 -

He disclosed this fact to "Uncensored" host Maria Zeee during the March 17 edition of the podcast. While he did not see officers of the Royal Netherlands Army in any of the two farmer protests he attended, there was an announcement that they could come. This scared off a bunch of people, Yon said.

The Australian host remarked that Yon had warned of Amsterdam planning to send the military to the protests, which fortunately did not come to fruition.

However, Yon – ...

Doctors strike in Israel as judiciary overhaul protests continue

July 28, 2023 -

The strike was held by the Israeli Medical Association, which represents roughly 95 percent of the country's doctors. They announced they would be holding a 24-hour protest, drawing criticism by some for placing politics over patient care. However, they specified that exceptions would be made for medical care in Jerusalem as well as emergency care throughout the country.

The move came following a brief strike last week that was held in warning. A large majority of interns ...

Chinese activist protests against Apple’s censorship, collusion with Beijing

December 15, 2022 -

Han Wang, a graduate student of the University of Southern California, began his hunger strike at Apple's Cupertino, California headquarters on Dec. 5. Local San Francisco press outlets reported that he was later joined by several protesters. They rallied against the multinational company's AirDrop functionality restrictions on Chinese iPhones and the censorship of free speech on platforms like the Chinese App Store.

Wang and his fellow protesters are calling on Apple ...

Mass protests in China overwhelm communist nation’s censorship system

December 02, 2022 -

Censors were known for lightning-fast action against controversial topics that challenge the regime in Beijing, taking them down as soon as the topics trend. Now, they face a difficult time with the numerous videos of protests being posted on Chinese social media. Speaking to the New York Times, one former Chinese censor admitted that the central government needs to do two things – hire additional manpower and develop more sophisticated surveillance algorithms – if it wants ...

British Army unit SPIED on COVID-19 lockdown dissenters

February 01, 2023 -

The offending unit of the British Army is the 77th Brigade's Counter Disinformation Unit, which specializes in psychological and information warfare.

According to the statement of a whistleblower who spoke with the Daily Mail, this unit compiled dossiers on prominent public figures who voiced their dissenting views on COVID-19 policies. Their dissenting views were then reported back to former Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government.

The information gathered ...

Chinese propaganda outlet: Nearly 3 years of lockdown was “worthwhile”

January 05, 2023 -

The Global Times claimed that, thanks to the CCP's zero-COVID policy, the country's virus responses have been "optimized" and COVID-19 was successfully kept at bay.

"During China's three-year fight against COVID-19, everyone from this country contributed their fair share to build an exquisitely designed giant machine powered by top-down mobilization, coalesced into effort of people from all walks of life, be it medical workers or grassroots community workers," the outlet ...

Rare nationwide protests erupt across China to challenge CCP’s zero-COVID policy

November 29, 2022 -

The COVID-19 policy, known as "Zero-COVID," aims to isolate every person suspected of being infected. While this may have kept China's COVID-19 case numbers relatively lower compared to those of other major countries, it has led to a lot more strife as the public's acceptance of these protocols disappears following numerous lockdowns. (Related: G20 declares support for global digital COVID-19 vaccine passport following meeting between Biden and Xi.)

The ongoing protests ...

Anti-crime, anti-China presidential candidate in Ecuador ASSASSINATED

2 months ago -

Ecuadorian journalist-turned-politician Fernando Villavicencio was gunned down on the night of Aug. 9 in the country's capital Quito. He had been walking out of an event when unknown assailants fired several shots, with the candidate receiving three rounds that took his life. According to an Aug. 10 report by the Ecuadorian paper El Comercio, at least nine others were injured and one of the attackers were killed after an exchange of gunfire with Villavicencio's security detail....

Lockdown pusher admits: Closing schools during the pandemic was a MISTAKE

March 21, 2023 -

Professor Jason Leitch, Scotland's national clinical director, made the admission days before the third anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns to curb its spread on March 23, 2020. He said that had authorities known the full impact of the lockdowns, different decisions might have been made.

"I made some missteps. We did what we did because of the knowledge we had at the time," Leitch said during a talk at Christ Church in Edinburgh. "I don't know if we'd do ...

No-lockdown Sweden now has lowest excess COVID-19 deaths worldwide

December 02, 2022 -

In a Nov. 8 piece published on his Substack, political activist and commentator Joel Smalley pointed out that Sweden only had a 6.7 percent rate of cumulative excess deaths from COVID-19 between 2020 and 2022. In contrast, the South American nation of Chile had a 64.1 percent rate of cumulative excess COVID-19 deaths in the same period – about 10 times that of Sweden. Compared to Sweden's no-lockdown approach, Chile heavily relied on draconian lockdowns and vaccinations to ...

Uganda declares three-week lockdown in two districts amid new Ebola outbreak

October 19, 2022 -

There were 63 confirmed cases so far, including 29 deaths. The new outbreak is of the Sudan strain.

Unlike the common Zaire strain, there is no treatment and no cure for the Sudan strain. Meaning, the death toll could be catastrophic if this strain starts spreading widely around the world.

Museveni said in a televised address on Saturday, Oct. 15, that all movement in and out of the Mubende and Kassanda districts will be halted. Curfews will also be imposed. Places ...

Study: Babies born during COVID-19 lockdown show signs of cognitive disabilities

October 19, 2022 -

The study, which was published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, also found that children born during lockdown were displaying a worrying list of cognitive impairments.

For example, some children were less likely to be able to reach developmental milestones such as waving "goodbye" and pointing at objects.Adverse effects of masking and lockdowns

For the study, titled "Social communication skill attainment in babies born during the COVID-19 pandemic," ...

ANOTHER HOAX: Stanford employee ARRESTED over fraudulent sexual assault claims that spurred student protests

March 17, 2023 -

Jennifer Ann Gries, 25, was arrested on March 15 by officers of the Santa Clara Police Department and subsequently charged with felony perjury. The charges stemmed from her fraudulent claims about being raped twice last year while on the Stanford campus.

A statement by the university said Gries was placed on a leave of absence and that the institution "will be reviewing her employment." According to Stanford's website, Gries works at the university as a housing service ...

Violent protests break out in Memphis, NYC after release of Tyre Nichols bodycam footage

January 29, 2023 -

The bodycam footage, which has been seen by members of Nichols' family, showed Nichols being tased, pepper-sprayed and restrained following a traffic stop on Jan. 7. Since the attack, authorities had withheld the bodycam footage for fear that it would spark protests.

Demonstrators in Bluff City chanted "say his name" while others blocked a bridge on Interstate 55 that connects Tennessee and Arkansas over the Mississippi River. Federal employees in Memphis had been told ...

Thousands of Slovenian farmers join Dutch-led tractor protests – end the EU green agenda now

March 29, 2023 -

Reports indicate that around 5,000 farmers participated in a Slovenian tractor protest over the week, which was primarily aimed at a recent ruling restricting the use of pesticides in certain areas due to concerns about water sources becoming polluted.

Farmers are also angry at EU leaders for the special protections they are giving to wolves and brown bears throughout the country, which are attacking livestock. All in all, nearly one-third of Slovenia's total land mass ...

Over 500,000 march all over France as protests against Macron’s plan to raise retirement age continue

April 10, 2023 -

Macron's drive to reform France's pensions system has ignited the months-long protests. Facing a potential lack of votes to push the reforms through the National Assembly, France's lower house, Macron utilized a loophole within the French constitution that allowed him to enact the pension reform bill without a vote in parliament.

Along with raising the retirement age, the pension reform law will also require people to work for 43 years to receive a full pension.

While ...

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