Tourists around the world are outraged over exorbitant prices for PCR tests. Bloomberg has found that tourists planning to travel to resorts in Africa and South America are forced to pay from $100 to $6,000 for each PCR test. The price range is so wide that the International Air Transport Association has asked governments to take action on pricing for COVID-19 tests.
How can you think straight and make rational decisions when each and every day you hear conflicting and contradictory information from ‘authoritative’ sources? You can’t. No one can. That’s the whole point. That’s why the powers that be are doing this. Welcome to the materialistic hell of a post-truth world.
Protesters have packed into central London and other great British cities in angry demonstrations against the Westminster regime’s ongoing plans to introduce the so-called vaccine passports. Though largely ignored by the media, tens of thousands of people took part.
Seven News reporter Denham Hitchcock was rushed to hospital with inflammation of the heart after getting the Pfizer Covid shot, but typical of the mindset of those wearing their certificates like a native wear his magic power fend off evil talisman still urges Australians to get vaccinated so borders can reopen.
Nearly half of Ukrainians think life was better in USSR, and even more say they’re anti-LGBT in new poll revealing split with West’s so-called fake values.
France’s Ministry of the Interior found that one Covid vaccination or screening centre has been vandalized per day on average since mid-July, with around 20 such sites across the country attacked, local media reported on Tuesday.
TODAY’S URGENT NEWS: Like the Soviet Pravda during the Soviet period (1922-1990) the BBC, notorious not for broadcasting the Westminster regime’s policy actually shapes them, the British people have had enough of BBC indoctrination and propaganda.
THE NEW YORK POST is breaking ranks with regime-collaborating mainstream media: ‘One of the most underrated aspects of human behaviour is how much disillusioned expectations dictate our perceptions of reality. Largely because none of us has ever dealt with a pandemic before and, therefore, we have no experience on which to draw comparisons, this has been particularly true when it comes to dealing with the coronavirus.
The authorities want to fine him, and a museum from the United States is interested in military equipment. In 2015, a Panther tank, an anti-aircraft gun, a torpedo and other weapons from the Second World War were found in the house of a pensioner from Heikendorf.
The left-wing Spanish junta has recently passed a bill allowing for people as young as 14 to change their gender and name without any medical or psychological testing and without any previous hormone treatment or court procedures.