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May 2023

Highly Anticipated ‘My Son Hunter’ Movie Launch Rattles the Left

May 27, 2023|Categories: Abuse, Censorship, Corruption, Finance, History, Human Rights, Inquiry, International, Law, Misinformed Media, Politics, Propaganda, Psychology, Research| Today, the highly anticipated theatrical film My Son Hunter has opened to rave reviews and leftist panic, as the movie’s trailer has crested to over 4.5 million cross-platform views and climbing. My Son Hunter—Breitbart’s first foray into film distribution—is NOW available to stream and download at This is the bombshell story about Hunter [...]

The decline of science at the FDA has become unmanageable

May 27, 2023|Categories: Censorship, Corruption, Finance, Human Rights, Inquiry, International, Pharma, Politics, Research|

Before 1962, US federal law did not require pre-marketing proof of effectiveness for drugs. But senate hearings revealing widespread false advertising of drugs—along with the thalidomide safety disaster—spurred Congress into action. From then on, approval of a New Drug Application (NDA) by the US Food and Drug Administration required proof of “substantial evidence” of effectiveness. [...]

Perth mum told young son has leukaemia, loses parental rights the next day

May 27, 2023|Categories: Abuse, Australia, Children, Doctors, Human Rights, Law, Pharma, Politics, Psychology, Research, Resistance|

A six-year-old boy has been taken into care – his mother claims it was because she questioned his leukaemia treatment. It’s a scenario the single mum-of-two said was “a living nightmare” that began after a GP visit in January when she saw blood in her son’s stool and asked for tests to rule out anything [...]

NSW Health ‘erased’ data used in weekly Covid surveillance reports

May 27, 2023|Categories: Abuse, Australia, Censorship, Fatality, History, illness, Law, Politics, Privacy, Psychology, Research, Surveillance|

Covid patients at St Vincent’s Hospital Like many Australians, Xin Yin Ooi found herself “obsessed” with weekly Covid updates — but then she noticed something strange. Cooped up during Covid lockdowns, Xin Yin Ooi found herself “obsessed” with weekly updates from health authorities, poring over case numbers, vaccinations, hospitalisations and deaths. As a data analyst, [...]

Oz Media Complicity in Policing the Opinion Corridor

May 27, 2023|Categories: Abuse, Australia, Censorship, Consent, Corruption, Digital ID, Human Rights, International, Misinformed Media, Politics, Privacy, Psychology, Research, Resistance, Social Credit, Surveillance, Technology|

Like the Overton window of political possibilities, what the Swedes call the “opinion corridor” channels the range of acceptable speech. Among the many startling aspects of the topsy-turvy world that we have lived through since early 2020 is the extent to which the media and social media, often with the active collusion and indeed under [...]

More Vaccine Doses Linked to Higher Rate of Infant Mortality

May 27, 2023|Categories: Australia, Censorship, Children, Finance, History, Human Rights, International, Misinformed Media, Pharma, Psychology, Research, Vax Damage, Youth|

A recent peer-reviewed study published in the medical journal Cureus provided evidence for a positive correlation between the number of vaccine doses given to babies and infant mortality rates. The study confirmed a 2011 study conducted by the same researchers, which found a positive correlation between the greater number of vaccines given to infants in [...]

Elon Musk’s Neuralink wins FDA approval for human study of brain implants

May 27, 2023|Categories: AI, Consent, Finance, Human Rights, International, Privacy, Psychology, Research, Technology|

Neuralink logo and Elon Musk photo are seen in this illustration taken, December 19, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo/File Photo Elon Musk's Neuralink received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its first-in-human clinical trial, a critical milestone for the brain-implant startup as it faces U.S. probes over its handling of animal experiments. The FDA [...]

Germany Is Turning Against The EU’s Green New Deal, Common Sense To The Forefront

May 27, 2023|Categories: Australia, Censorship, Climate Change, Consent, Education, Finance, Food Supply, GreenWash, Human Rights, International, Misinformed Media, Politics, Psychology, Research, Resistance, UN|

Fresh on the heels of a sensible request by France to pause new green regulations comes an even stronger pushback in Germany... The Spectator asks Is Germany turning against the EU’s Green Deal? Last week it was President Macron who was rowing back on green measures. In a speech he asserted that Europe has, for now, gone [...]

‘Despicable’ iPhone Hacks In Armenia Find NSO Spyware ‘In Active Warzone’

May 26, 2023|Categories: Abuse, Consent, Corruption, Human Rights, International, Military, Politics, Psychology, Research, Surveillance, Technology|

For the first time, the Israeli company’s spyware has been used in a conflict zone, according to researchers. In mid-2021, Apple sent a warning to Anna Naghdalyan, then a spokesperson for Armenia’s foreign affairs agency, that her iPhone had possibly been hacked by a foreign government. Given her role, which saw her heavily involved in [...]