This isn’t going to be pretty, folks. The downfall of a death cult rarely is. There is going to be wailing and gnashing of teeth, incoherent fanatical jabbering, mass deleting of embarrassing tweets.
January 17 the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced it has filed criminal charges around the world to those responsible directly or indirectly for inflicting upon their population’s repressive measures allegedly Covid related public health concerns.
At the German Bundesrat, the Minister-President of Lower Saxony Rainer Haselhoff announces on behalf of the German Bundestag and according to the Ministerial Conference that the pandemic situation of national importance is over. Now the question is, does this logically mean that:
Australian airport security guards made travellers hand over phones and passwords. Human rights activists have expressed concern over the practice, calling it a violation of privacy.
Amnesty International has issued a statement calling on Italy to change its strict anti-Covid-19 policies to prevent possible discrimination against unvaccinated people after a recent government decree. The same condemnation will apply to other regimes that dare to impose separate development (apartheid) on their citizens.
In the late 1970s, the then STAR newspaper described Michael Walsh as ‘Britain’s most dangerous man’. Unless one can identify with the mindset of a far-left journalist it is impossible to figure out why such an extreme expression.
Novak Djokovic’s current home is a Melbourne hotel that serves as a detention centre for desperate asylum seekers. RT spoke to a refugee being held there to find out what life is like for the Serb and his fellow ‘guests’.
A record number of Americans ‘quit their jobs’ this November, or that is to say, they were either forced to quit their jobs or got fired for refusing to inject themselves with an experimental substance. Millions more are biding their time as our federal government tries to force businesses with over 100 employees to mandate vaccination in order to retain employment. Soon the parallel economy I’ve been writing about won’t just be an idea, it will become a necessity. That’s why we have been working so hard over the past year to build the tools and infrastructure to power this parallel economy.
A bid had been made to find shelter for a homeless Hull man just days before he was found dead outside a city centre Costa coffee shop with his beloved pet dog beside him. A concerned passer-by tried to find accommodation for Jon Ellerington, after seeing his plight in the winter cold. Jon, 41, was seen by many in Hull, always with his Jack Russell called Teddy by his side.
What if Julian Assange were a Chinese journalist and publisher? He would have the Nobel Prize, be the centrepiece of Human Rights Day, and this week his portrait would’ve been planted atop President Joe Biden’s Democracy Summit.