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UK Government used Army to spy on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we've obtained official records that prove they were right all along

A shadowy Army unit secretly spied on British citizens who criticised the Government's Covid lockdown policies, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Military operatives in the UK's 'information warfare' brigade were part of a sinister operation that targeted politicians and high-profile journalists who raised doubts about the official pandemic response.

They compiled dossiers on public figures such as ex-Minister David Davis, who questioned the modelling behind alarming death toll predictions, as well as journalists such as Peter Hitchens and Toby Young. Their dissenting views were then reported back to No 10.

Documents obtained by the civil liberties group Big Brother Watch, and shared exclusively with this newspaper, exposed the work of Government cells such as the Counter Disinformation Unit, based in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the Rapid Response Unit in the Cabinet Office.

But the most secretive is the MoD's 77th Brigade, which deploys 'non-lethal engagement and legitimate non-military levers as a means to adapt behaviours of adversaries'.

According to a whistleblower who worked for the brigade during the lockdowns, the unit strayed far beyond its remit of targeting foreign powers.

They said that British citizens' social media accounts were scrutinised – a sinister activity that the Ministry of Defence, in public, repeatedly denied doing.

Papers show the outfits were tasked with countering 'disinformation' and 'harmful narratives... from purported experts', with civil servants and artificial intelligence deployed to 'scrape' social media for keywords such as 'ventilators' that would have been of interest.

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Money pocketed by investors for the covid19 vaccine so far is $5.5 Trillion Dollars and counting...​

Convenient Scientific Memory Lapse? Dr. Anthony Fauci Admits the COVID-19 Vaccines Are Limited​

Not that anyone cares what I think, but... I recommend watching the entire video, but if you are only going to watch a part of it then I recommend starting at 7:20 because it is most relevant to this thread starting at that point.

Sorry there is no breakdown write up of the video and I am not going to create one because I am just not that patient or technically talented.

I am impressed by the comments below the video regarding the video so I will post a few of those...

He is the supervillain. He was the chief science advisor. Without his advice and assurance, there would not be project wrap speed.

Fauci: I am the SCIENCE !
Inigo: "Science"? You keep using that word--I don't think you know what it means.

"When the law no longer protects you from the corrupt but protects the corrupt from you, you know that your nation is doomed". Andy Rand

Dr. Reiner Fuellmich: The vaccine was not brought in for COVID. COVID was brought in for the vaccine. Once you realise that, everything else makes sense.

- Came from bats
- It’s a Pandemic of the unvaccinated
- Gain of function is a conspiracy theory

- Won’t require more than one shot
- Won’t require more than one booster

If these new drugs were indeed subject to proper clinical trials (as we were assured that they were), then why were we told all of these lies?

Rushed to market Emergency Use Authorization drugs from convicted felons with limited liability and legal indemnity .What could go wrong ?

This is the biggest scam in the history of mankind!




Belgian Soccer Goalie Arne Espeel collapses and dies on field after stopping a Penalty Kick​

Belgian goalkeeper Arne Espeel died this past Saturday moments after saving a penalty for his team. According to reports in Belgian media, Espeel saved the spot kick but dropped to the ground afterward. Emergency services rushed to help Espeel and tried to revive him with a defibrillator, but he was pronounced dead shortly after he was taken to a hospital. The cause of death has not yet officially been determined and an autopsy was scheduled to be carried out on (February 13th).

He was 27 years old.


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Canadian military demands US podcaster delete interview with sniper who was part of unit that made world-record 2.2-mile kill shot in Mosul - after the ex-commando spoke out against vaccine mandates

Shawn Ryan, a podcaster and retired Navy SEAL, last week published his interview with Dallas Alexander, a former commando with Canada 's elite Joint Task Force 2, who came forward to reveal that was a spotter on the sniper team that made the world-record shot in 2017, which killed an ISIS fighter in Mosul. Ryan said he had decided to temporarily remove the interview to review it for anything that might compromise personnel or ongoing operations -- but accused Canada of trying to censor Alexander for criticizing CAF vaccine mandates.



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Does anyone know much about this nasal spray?...Is it just another false claim like the shots?...Could it be addictive as Flonase can be for some?...

Finally a vaccine to banish Covid for good? Nasal spray reduces risk of infection 86% - nearly DOUBLE protection given by shot in arm


Blue Lake Biotechnology Inc.'s vaccine technology relies on a type of parainfluenza virus that has been encoded with Covid¿s trademark spike protein to train the immune system to recognize and fight it off. Once inhaled, little bits of the parainfluenza virus replicate inside the nasal cavity to trigger an immune response without actually sickening the person.




Masks, the jury returns​

RCTs did not show a clear reduction in respiratory viral infection with the use of medical/surgical masks. There were no clear differences between the use of medical/surgical masks compared with N95/P2 respirators in healthcare workers, when used in routine care to reduce respiratory viral infection. Do physical measures such as hand-washing or wearing masks stop or slow down the spread of respiratory viruses?


Looks like everything they put us through, mandates, masks, hand washing, 6 foot distance.... no difference or very little difference in all cases and that does not include vaccines.

Hand washing helped a bit​


Hand hygiene is likely to modestly reduce the burden of respiratory illness. Harms associated with physical interventions were under‐investigated

There is a need for large, well‐designed RCTs addressing the effectiveness of many of these interventions in multiple settings and populations, as well as the impact of adherence on effectiveness, especially in those most at risk of ARIs.

Physical measures, prevent respiratory viruses spreading between people

Washing hands often RCTs on hand washing = 19 N = 71,210

Wearing masks, eye protection, gloves, and protective gowns RCTs on masks = 78 No RCTs on gowns and gloves

Wiping surfaces with disinfectant 6 trials

Avoiding contact with other people (isolation or quarantine) 3 RCTs

Not touching your eyes, nose, or mouth No RCTs

Sneezing or coughing into your elbow No RCTs

Keeping a certain distance away from other people (distancing) Examining people entering a country for signs of infection (screening) No RCTs

Examining people on entry Hand hygiene interventions versus controls (i.e. no intervention)

Pooling for the broad outcome of ARI 14% relative reduction in the number of people with ARIs in the hand hygiene group RR 0.86, (0.81 to 0.90) 9 trials, n = 52,105 moderate‐certainty evidence, suggesting a probable benefit. In absolute terms

A reduction from 380 events per 1000 people, to 327 per 1000 people.

Using more strictly defined outcomes of ILI Estimates of effect for ILI RR 0.94 11 trials, n = 34,503 low‐certainty evidence

Beneficial effect was not statistically significant if ILI, and laboratory-confirmed ILI were analysed separately

Laboratory‐confirmed influenza RR 0.91 8 trials, n = 8,332 low‐certainty evidence, suggest the intervention made little or no difference.

Composite (pooled) outcome ARI or ILI or influenza Hand hygiene may be beneficial with an 11% relative reduction of respiratory illness RR 0.89 low‐certainty evidence In absolute terms. This benefit would result in a reduction from 200 events per 1000 people, to 178 per 1000 people Few trials measured and reported harms very low‐certainty evidence.

Surface/object disinfection compared to control Numbers of cases of viral respiratory illness (ARIs, ILI, confirmed influenza)

Six trials

A significant reduction in ARI in the intervention group

OR 0.47 (53% benefit)


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The latest Twitter Files installment focuses on Stanford University’s Virality Project, which federal agencies bankrolled to engage in “detecting and mitigating the impact of false and misleading narratives related to COVID-19 vaccines.” The Virality Project, partnering with other federal contractors, sent weekly “anti-vax disinformation” reports to Twitter and other social media companies.




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Grinning Dr Fauci laughs off lab leak questions AGAIN as he allows documentary team inside his $2million DC home (which is filled with Fauci memorabilia - including self-portraits and cushions with his face on them!)

Dr Anthony Fauci laughed off lab leak questions again in a PBS documentary that aired tonight — despite growing concerns about his ties to Covid's origin.

The former White House doctor — who has been accused of being 'fame hungry' by right-wing critics — allowed a camera crew to shadow him for 23 months starting in January 2021 as he led the US's Covid response.

In one part of the show, Fauci justified signing off on US taxpayer-funded grants for risky virus research in China that are feared to have started the pandemic, saying they were 'experiments that needed to be done'.

The grinning medical advisor claimed the lab leak was 'molecularly impossible' because the viruses manipulated in Wuhan under his watch were so different from the eventual pathogen that caused the global outbreak.

Dr Fauci then made a bizarre analogy to cars and motorcycles, adding: ‘They [the viruses] were so different, it's kind of like you have a Chevrolet and you got a motorcycle and you say, "I want to make that Chevrolet into the motorcycle".

'No matter what you do to that Chevrolet. You're not going to make it into a motorcycle, like, what are you talking about?’

The PBS documentary shows Dr Fauci working from his home office in Washington DC, where he has displayed memorabilia of his achievements, such as news clippings of his work on AIDS research in the 80s.

Hanging on the wall is also a sketch of Dr Fauci famously holding his forehead in his palm at a White House briefing in which former President Donald Trump gave ridiculed health advice.

And sitting on a chair in the room is a throw cushion displaying Dr Fauci's face.

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Dr Anthony Fauci said that it was impossible that researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology could have genetically engineered the coronavirus that prompted a global pandemic

At times in the PBS documentary, set to air on Tuesday night, Dr Fauci appears to relish the media attention he gets. He has keepsakes around his home office like this novelty throw pillow likely gifted to him by a fan

He has keepsakes around his home office like this novelty throw pillow.

Art in Fauci's home office

Art in Fauci's home office.