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"Is public opinion on Covid-19 being shaped by facts – or ‘terrorized’ by propaganda?" By Dr Piers Robinson - Eva Bartlett

It has  recently come to light that ‘behavioural scientists’ have been providing  advice to the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies  (SAGE). UK Column reports…

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Questioning the narrative and lockdowns re Corona - Eva Bartlett

Some of the report key passages are:

The dangerousness of Covid-19 was overestimated: probably at no point did the danger posed by the new virus go beyond the normal level.

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The pandemic pattern—how the illusion is built - Jon Rappoport

This article is based on my study and investigation of so-called epidemics over the past 30 years.

In the case of COVID-19, I’ve written at least one piece covering, in detail, each main element of the illusion.

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What in the World is Happening? - James Corbett

OK, I get it. You’re sick of hearing about it.

“There must be something else happening in the world,” I hear you saying.

Well, you’re in luck!

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Crisis Junkies

No news is good news, and good news is no news.

I particularly noticed this truth when my Internet browser home page overlapped its endless COVID coverage with news items about “murder hornets,” presumably realizing that people were starting to yawn over the COVID thing. 1,017 more words


A Weekend of Crafts and Fluid Art

Yesterday I decided to craft on the back porch. It was an absolutely beautiful day and the screened porch is surrounded with big lush Maple Trees. 263 more words


Zoom, Or The Classroom?

As we enter the final week of of the 2019-2020 school year, we will finally have the much anticipated (but shortly-lived) opportunity to physically walk onto campus and see, with out own eye, the SAS colleagues who have been locked away in their homes for nearly two months. 238 more words