2nd Grade Student Suddenly Dies, Kids Struggling to Concentrate Post-Vaccination

2nd Grade Student Suddenly Dies, Kids Struggling to Concentrate Post-Vaccination


Alberta schoolteachers break their silence on what they’re witnessing after the shots.

An epidemic of sudden death by “unknown cause” is taking effect in Canada. It has overtaken dementia and heart disease to become Alberta’s top killer. And after doctors have had to comply — or else to strict vaccine mandates, 93 Canadian physicians have now succumbed to sudden death.

Canadian doctor William Makis reported heavy-hearted news while speaking to Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson.


It’s not just doctors who are dying suddenly or unexpectedly. Of course, doctors are the most vaccinated young people. Most of them have had four shots, even five shots. They have to be fully vaccinated to be able to work. But it’s other professions that are seeing sudden deaths as well. We’re seeing it in nurses. We’re seeing it in paramedics, police, firefighters — but now we’re even seeing it in teachers.

I’ve recently been contacted by an Alberta teacher who wishes to remain anonymous, but this individual told me that they’ve just lost a grade 2 student in their school. They’ve just lost suddenly — sudden death. They’ve also lost a teacher in their 30s — also sudden death, sudden cardiac death. And they are panicking.

For them, this is unprecedented. And they’ve reached out to me, and they said they’ve been silent. They’ve been silent up to now, but they’re seeing sudden deaths. They’re seeing injuries, kids are getting immune reactions — asthma. They’re having all kinds of reactions; they can’t concentrate in class. Kids can’t concentrate in class after the vaccination. So this is really, really worrying. And teachers are now starting to reach out to me and tell me what they’re seeing in the classrooms.


We’re seeing sudden death at rates we’ve never before — but we’re also seeing these strange, white clots.

“And the data just keeps growing and growing with respect to these clots and things that we’re seeing,” commented Laura-Lynn. “Absolutely,” replied Makis.

Now there’s a new movie out that’s going viral called ‘Died Suddenly’ — produced by Stew Peters. And it’s got over 10 million views on rumble. And they’re showing these bizarre clots that are forming in people who’ve died following the vaccination. It’s not just regular blood clots. It’s these long, rubbery, white-grayish blood clots that look like rubber bands or calamari.

And there’s actually research that’s been done on this. Scientists have taken blood — they’ve exposed it to the spike protein, and they saw, right away, the blood starts clumping almost immediately. As soon as it’s exposed to the spike protein, [it] starts clumping immediately.

Then you start getting all these proteins getting built into the blood clots — these amyloid proteins that make amyloid fibrils, and you end up with these long, long clots very firm, very rubbery. And the body cannot degrade these clots. So the body is unable to break these clots down, and when people are put on blood thinners, the blood thinners don’t work. So doctors are discovering that regular blood thinners don’t actually work on these clots.

This is really worrisome information. If you’d like more info on how to help you or someone you love detox the spike protein out of the body, the World Council for Health’s guide is a great place to start.


The Killing Fields of Samoa

The Killing Fields of Samoa

It should be mentioned that the Oct-Dec outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 RNA positivity (sadly, the Milan wastewater study did not extend their sampling to October 2019—where the first batches of positive cases were found.) from Lombardy, Italy, corresponds well in terms of temporal clustering (distibution of case across time) with the retested antibody positivity in lung cancer patients from the SMILES cohort, and roughly corresponds to the original detection of IgG in the SMILES cohort. If the patient is young, they appear the same time as IgG and retested antibodies. If the patient is not young (e.g. from the adult outbreak that drives transmission, with or without respiratory symptoms), then they appear about 2 weeks before there is IgG antibodies found.

This is expected as the time it takes for an adult outbreak to spread to children is ~2 weeks, the same time it takes for these adults themselves to develop IgG antibodies.

The Oropharyngeal swab positivity in Children is also partially caused by the fact that the Tonsil (located in the Oropharynx) is one of the main and more persistent sites of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Children.

This mean that swabbing here likely give you RNA.

This is highly significant—RT-PCR, Immunohistochemistry, in-situ hybridization and serological testing are orthogonal technologies. Temporal signals, especially the same temporal signal, shouldn’t appear for PCR-based tests and should definitely not appear simultaneously in two completely different sample cohorts kept in completely separate labs and tested using completely orthogonal technologies.

As such it proves the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (nsp3, RdRp, S2, RBD) within the pre-pandemic Oct-Dec period in Lombardy, Northern Italy, at least a month before the first official Wuhan patient, the first Huanan market patient and which completely rule out an origin within the Huanan market in Wuhan—the market, btw, reported no disease before that “shrimp vendor” on 11/12/2019.

Should this be actually some measles virus + N + S vectorized antigen, then it is even more incriminating—why would an unnaturally generated (e.g. synthetic recombinant) virus, carrying components of SARS-CoV-2, evidently taken from the SARS-CoV-2 virus and stitched together inside the lab, be circulating at all? If it was the S-(+N- and Nsp3-) expressing measles virus, then this offer direct proof of lab origin for SARS-CoV-2.


Mountains of circumstantial evidence point toward early circulation of SARS-CoV-2

Recently, a publication on Environmental Research provided statistically significant evidence of SARS-CoV-2 circulation in Lombardy, Italy before the first case of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the Huanan seafood market on 11/12/2019 (or officially or unofficially reported in China). This should have been sufficient to rule out the Huanan seafood market as the origin of SARS-CoV-2 for any reasonably minded person, but this is only the latest on an already growing pile of both direct and circumstantial evidence for SARS-CoV-2 circulation at least in October-November 2019.

Direct detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA:

Two studies have reported the detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA using PCR-based methods (including real-time qRT-PCR) and yielded results of pre-pandemic circulation of SARS-CoV-2 in a consistent time series.

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In a study of wastewater samples obtained from WWTPs (Wastewater Treatment Plants), real-time qRT-PCR assays targeting three different segments of the SARS-CoV-2 genome (E, nsp14 ExoN, RdRp) were performed using wastewater samples collected between October-December 2019 from Milan, Turin, and Bologna.
Positive results begin to show between 25/11/2019 and 18/12/2019 in Milan, between 04/12/2019 and 18/12/2019 in Turin, and between 21/11/2019 and 10/12/2019 in Bologna.
Nested PCR targeting the nsp14 ExoN CDS was performed on these samples and 12 sequences were obtained through Sanger sequencing. These sequences were found to be identical to the MN908947 reference sequence. Positivity for the nsp14 CDS was obtained at the same time as the first qRT-PCR positive samples for Milan and Turin, where positivity for this test was obtained slightly later for Bologna, on 29/01/2020.

To validate the specificity of the qRT-PCR and nested PCR tests, 24 “blank” samples obtained between September 2018 and June 2019 were tested, alongside samples of RNA obtained from other human coronaviruses, for the RNA/DNA panel of enteric viruses and bacteria (type culture obtained from EVaG). None of these samples were found to be positive for any of the 4 tests performed.

Due to the coarse temporal resolution of the sampling and testing performed in this study, The time when the level of SARS-CoV-2 circulation has reached sufficient levels to show up in the wastewater samples obtained from these 3 locations could be any time between the last negative sample and the first positive sample obtained from the WWTPs. The timeline of SARS-CoV-2 detection in these wastewater samples is consistent with what is indicated by the study of Measles-like rashes in the Lombardy region, and roughly coincides with the detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA using PCR techniques in two other studies that were conducted in this region. As the qRT-PCR results indicate that the level of SARS-CoV-2 RNA has already peaked at the first time of detection in all 3 locations, the time when the concentration of SARS-CoV-2 reached detectable levels in these wastewater samples is likely closer to the last negative samples obtained from these regions compared to the first positive samples obtained from these regions.

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Another study producing a consistent temporal series of positive SARS-CoV-2 detection is from Santa Catalina, Brazil. This time, the SARS-CoV-2 N protein CDS, S protein CDS, and two RdRp regions were detected using the CDC-approved qRT-PCR assay on wastewater samples obtained between 30/10/2019 and 04/03/2020. a total of six raw sewage samples were collected, and testing was conducted in two independent laboratories with negative controls in the form of H2O (qRT-PCR control), as well as Field and Blank negative controls for the sampling process. All negative controls used in the test gave a negative result for the qRT-PCR test. Of the six samples that were tested in the study, the 2 samples obtained before 27/11/2019 were negative whereas all 4 samples that were obtained after 27/11/2019 were positive, with increasing titer beginning with 5.49 Log GC/L, averaging 5.83 Log GC/L and ending in 6.68 Log GC/L (Genome Copies/Liter).
Two independent NGS (next-generation sequencing) experiments were conducted on each of the two samples collected on 27/11/2019 and 04/03/2020. As mentioned in the previous post, B.1-like mutations were found while the nucleotide positions corresponding to the two miRNA binding sites in 9400-9425 and 12094-12119 were not covered in the sequencing results. By December 4, 2020, https://virological.org/t/genomic-characterisation-of-an-emergent-sars-cov-2-lineage-in-manaus-preliminary-findings/586 two highly divergent lineages, P.1 and P.2, with a B.1.28-like background and a highly divergent S protein CDS for P.1, requiring the molecular clock to be “relaxed” in order “To date the emergence of P.1, while accounting for a faster evolutionary rate along its ancestral branch”, were discovered in Brazil, with its basal lineage B.1.1.28 being a direct descendent from B.1.1 and being found mostly within Brazil. This clock anomaly strongly suggests the presence of cryptic circulation of a B.1-related lineage of SARS-CoV-2 within Brazil with a date of divergence (given a uniform molecular clock, which ratio between sampling time and divergence gives approximately 1.3~1.4 times higher divergence/perceived sample time for P.1 compared to previous B.1.1 isolates) of approximately 12 months (instead of 9 months which was made to preserve the perceived topology of the phylogenetic tree) before its discovery, landing within November 2019-January 2020.

In addition to these two major time series where SARS-CoV-2 RNA was detected in pre-pandemic samples within consistent series with a strong temporal signal, two additional simultaneous detections of SARS-CoV-2 RNA and antigens/antibodies, both in Italy, were found from 10 November 2019 and 09 December 2019.

The closer one, on 09 December 2019, involves a screening of 169 autopsied patients from the city of Milan, which identified a total of five cases where a positive result of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 was found. 4 of them contained antibodies targeting the N proteins, whereas one case, which died on 09/12/2019 due to Acute Circulatory Insufficiency, was found to contain antibodies targeting the Spike protein. When the blood and the lung tissue of the autopsied patient were tested using two different commercial quantitative PCR assays (one qRT-PCR, one droplet digital PCR(ddPCR)), both were found to be positive for SARS-CoV-2 N1 and N2 RNA, with the blood contains 38.3 RNA copies/reaction and the lung contains 289.2 RNA copies/reaction.

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Given that the time delay from exposure to onset is 5 days, and from exposure to first antibodies (IgM) is 7 days, the latest estimated symptom onset date for this case is 07/12/2019 and was 4 days before the first official case of SARS-CoV-2 infection from China, the shrimp vendor from the Huanan seafood market with symptoms onset in 11/12/2019.

A study of patients with measles-like skin rash and morbilliform eruptions proved more fruitful.

In another independent study, within just a single case retrospectively searched for similar symptoms from a hospital after the realization of the existence of dermatosis associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection, Immunohistochemistry staining and RNA fluorescent in-situ hybrid analysis identified both the N protein antigen and the S protein mRNA of SARS-CoV-2 (or at least a virus highly related to SARS-CoV-2 and have a Spike protein CDS sufficiently permissive for binding of the fluorescence probes to the mRNA) within the Eccrine glands of the skin biopsy sample taken in November 2019 (media reports this sample as being taken in 10/11/2019). treatment of the same sample with RNAse eliminated fluorescence, indicating the signal was generated from the interaction of the fluorescent probes with RNA within the sample. 15 other skin biopsy samples obtained in 2018 were used as negative controls while positive controls in the form of SARS-COV-2 positive patients from the pandemic era who presented with skin infections were used, with expected results from N protein-specific immunohistochemistry staining and RNA fluorescent in-situ hybridization assay. During a follow-up of the patient in June 2020, the patient was found to be positive for SARS-CoV-2 specific IgG after the resolution of dermatosis in April 2020.
While the authors were unable to detect amplifiable SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acids using RT-PCR-based methods, this is not unusual for formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded samples as without specialized extraction and sample preparation protocols to first remove modifications and restore the template activity of the RNA, RNA extracted from formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded samples are unusable as RT-PCR template and amplification was found to be difficult and inconsistent, with most reactions not able to produce amplification at all while others were only able to generate very weak levels of amplification. In contrast, formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded samples are suitable RNA-FISH substrates for the detection of a variety of pathogens in tissue samples.

Detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigens and antibodies:

One significant detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigens and one consistent temporal series of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies were found in Boston, Massachusetts, and in France.

Boston: “upper respiratory infections, bacterial pneumonia, viral pneumonia, or unspecified virus positive”?

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The first detection of SARS-COV-2-specific antigens came with a bit of surprise: rather than trying to find evidence of pre-pandemic circulation for SARS-CoV-2, the authors of the study were instead developing a highly-sensitivity antigen-based assay in order to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 antigens within patient samples. monoclonal antibodies were first generated against the S1 protein of SARS-CoV-2 through the use of phage display, then a Simoa immune assay using this S1-specific monoclonal antibody as well as commercial anti-S and anti-N antibodies to detect the presence of viral antigens within different cohorts of patients: patient samples collected before October 2019, that were healthy collection. patient samples collected before October 2019, that have “upper respiratory infections, bacterial pneumonia, viral pneumonia, or unspecified virus positive” at collection. Patient samples collected during the pandemic, and tested negative for SARS-CoV-2 RNA on a qRT-PCR test. Patient samples collected during the pandemic, and tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 RNA on a qRT-PCR test.

red: S1. blue: N. black: S.

Despite the high specificity of the S1 antigen during an immunological assay for SARS-CoV-2, instead of finding all negative results in the pre-pandemic cohort, the authors were surprised that 3 out of the 14 sick pre-pandemic patients contained a concentration of the S1 protein above 100pg/ml, whereas the highest level of S1 protein antigens within the pre-pandemic healthy cohort was only about 10pg/ml. None of the pre-pandemic healthy cohort patients contained a simultaneous positive detection of S and S1, whereas one of the patients in the pre-pandemic sick cohort and another patient in the pandemic SARS-CoV-2 PCR negative cohort was found to simultaneously have both the S, S1, and N antigens (likely due to false negative qRT-PCR for the pandemic patient). It was found that the level of S1 and N detections in the pre-pandemic sick cohort was higher than both the pre-pandemic healthy cohort and the pandemic SARS-CoV-2 PCR negative cohort, indicating that a significant signal for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 related antigens within sick patients with respiratory illness in Boston at least as early as October 2019.

France: evidence of population-level IgG seroconversion during mid-December 2019.

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Series of samples indicating the pre-pandemic circulation of SARS-CoV-2 exist not only in RNA samples but also in serological (antibody) samples as well. During a nationwide retrospective analysis of blood serum samples from 12 main regions in France, SARS-CoV-2 Spike-reactive IgG antibodies were found within patient samples collected between 04 November 2019 and 09 March 2020.
A sudden increase in the percentage of samples positive for SARS-CoV-2 Spike-specific IgG antibodies was found over the course of 16 December 2019 to 30 December 2019. France observed the first sample positive for SARS-CoV-2 RNA in a targeted search in the ICU (Intense Care Units) in a hospital in Paris on 27 December 2019. This case did not have any reported foreign travel history after August 2019, to Algeria.
As IgG antibodies usually take about 14 days or two weeks post-exposure to develop for SARS-CoV-2, a seroconversion series for IgG antibodies beginning in the 16/12/2019-22/12/2019 period would imply the beginning of significant community-level SARS-CoV-2 exposure between 02/12/2019 and 09/12/2019. This once again indicates that the global circulation of SARS-CoV-2 have already begun before the first officially announced case of SARS-CoV-2

Apart from these molecular detections of SARS-CoV-2 RNA, antigens, or antibodies before the first officially reported cases of SARS-CoV-2 at the Huanan seafood market, circumstantial evidence of SARS-CoV-2 related illnesses and anomalies are found all over the world in the second half of the year 2019.

New York: Mayor recalls symptoms in November, test positive for antibodies

On April 30, 2020, the mayor of Belleville, Michael Melham, announced that he has tested positive for antibodies targeting SARS-CoV-2 while recalling symptoms that are highly consistent with SARS-CoV-2 infection on November 21. 2019.
He reports first “feeling awful, but writing it off as a mix of exhaustion and dehydration from the three-day event.”, then “Friday and Saturday of that week were no better. By Sunday night, Melham was awake all night, battling chills, hallucinations and a skyrocketing temperature.”. Initially suspected as “a case of the flu and told him that he’d recover with a few days of rest”, Michael Melham would only become better “eventually”, after at least four days or possibly later. Suspicion eventually drove him to take a blood test for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, which then came back positive.

Florida: First reported COVID-19 death in 11/01/2020

Despite the official claim that the first case of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the U.S. is from a patient returning from Wuhan on 15 January 2020, in the three months following this first report, The National Center for Health Statistics has seen within its dataset for “all deaths involving COVID-19” with “week ending date in which the death occurred” being filled in with death reports happening as early as 11/01/2020. After a set of previously disappeared statistical data about COVID-19 cases in Florida have returned to public view, about 171 officially registered COVID-19 cases within Florida have been found to “had experienced symptoms in January and February, long before state officials acknowledged the spread of the disease”. A further examination of the dataset has revealed that “More than 60 percent of them reported no out-of-state travel. None reported travel to China.”, whereas the reason for them being reported so late was that “In January, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would only test for the virus if the patient had been in China or been in close contact with such a traveler.”.
While it is likely that death certifiers were retrospectively filling the cause of death for several cases that died as early as 11/01/2020 as “COVID-19” in the United States, the early requirement for contact or travel history to China may have left much of the population untested and missed many earlier cases.

Illinois: “Family cluster” of “travel-related COVID-19 cases” with distant genomes suggestive of community transmission instead of contact transmission.

In the publication supposedly documenting the first human-to-human transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in the U.S., The genomes for SARS-CoV-2 isolated from the two cases were EPI_ISL_404253 and EPI_ISL_410045. However, closer examination of the 2 genomes revealed that the two genomes were at least 3AA different from each other, which places a low probability that the two genomes were generated from a single human-to-human transmission event from one another. This indicates that significant community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 has already begun in Illinois at the first official report of human-to-human transmission of SARS-COV-2 on 23 Jan 2020 and 30 Jan 2020.

Iran: Three Caspian Sea provinces begin to show excess deaths in fall 2019

Despite attempting to defend the claim that “COVID-19 did not start in Iran until December 2019” using nationwide excess mortality data, the curve of excess mortality within three provinces in Iran, Gilan, Golestan and Mazandaran, were found to be consistently above past ranges since the fall of 2019 (September-December 2019). With the exception of Gilan where excess mortality begins to decrease in Spring-Summer 2020 (March-September 2020), Golestan and Mazandaran continues their excess mortality trend into the pandemic as the three provinces (especially Mazandaran) would become the hardest hit provinces by COVID-19 in Iran at the beginning of the pandemic.

Alongside the province of Tehran, Qom, and Markazi, where an increasing trend of excess deaths begin to show in Fall 2019, Winter 2019, and Spring 2020, The provinces that begins to show a consistently increasing trend of excess deaths starting in fall 2019 were all located nearby the Caspian Sea. This area is known to be one of the locations where U.S. troop deployment and supply chains go through or are located near, particularly since the year 2018. Golestan is found to border the capital city of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, and the USAID and “Peace Corps”, a program run by the United States and participated mostly by American Citizens. Programs of the USAID trialing “new TB drug treatment” were active in 2019. Gilan borders Azerbaijan, a location with a known Biolab that was funded by the U.S. A program, named “Bats for peace”, was found to be running in Georgia, in the period between 2018-2019.

More recently, two SARS-CoV-2 genomes carrying an RBD position ancestrally conserved in ACE2-using Sarbecoviruses, Q498H(Y/F for SARS-COV related viruses), were found in Iran. These 2 genomes are EPI_ISL_672581 and EPI_ISL_672589.

Ottawa: dead bodies “pile up so much that the morgue was overflowing” in 2019

In an early news release on January 07, 2020, The Ottawa Hospital in Canada reported:
““During an extraordinary period in December, it was necessary to place deceased individuals outside of the designated morgue, in a secure room, for a short period of time,” it read.

“The Ottawa Hospital has converted spaces, formerly used for autopsies, within the morgue to manage unexpected surges in demand. Conference rooms and ward beds are not used for housing deceased individuals,” the statement continued.””

An interesting result from a study of SARS-CoV-2 positive cases from the first wave of the recognized SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in the Canadian state of Quebec indicated that “There was very little reported travel from Asia (n = 4, 1.2%) and none from China.” This is at odds with the fact that ~89400 Chinese nationals lived in Quebec. However, a similar discovery was found in the first pandemic wave in Italy, where it was found that in the town of Prato, a location with a 10% Chinese population, “Not a single member of the Chinese community there has tested positive for the virus” in the first pandemic wave in Italy.

Fairfax county: Respiratory illness where “Despite extensive testing of multiple specimens, no specific pathogen was identified as the cause of the outbreak.”

On July 11, 2019, an unusual outbreak of “respiratory illness” happened in a retirement care facility in Fairfax, Virginia. The outbreak affected a total of 63 patients with symptoms from upper respiratory symptoms to pneumonia. 23 patients were hospitalized and two have died.
Testing of the outbreak cases was conducted by the local CDC, but the results given the posted updates have been inconsistent across updates. For the first 17 samples sent to the CDC on July 17, 2019, no specific cause of the outbreak was identified. CDC testing of samples from July 19, 2019, indicated that some of the samples (“several samples”) were positive for rhinovirus, while other samples contained only communal bacteria that “may not be the cause of infection”. Despite several samples testing positive for rhinovirus, on July 26, 2019, the CDC testing result report indicated that “Despite extensive testing of multiple specimens, no specific pathogen was identified as the cause of the outbreak.” On 29 December 2019, despite evidently samples have already been tested with positive rhinovirus result not being seen in all of the samples sent for testing, “Results of earlier testing submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated rhinovirus, a virus that causes the common cold.” were given. However, the exact number of samples where rhinovirus has been found or whether this is the case for all of the samples that were collected and sent during the outbreak were not given. There is no mention of H.influenzae in these July 2019 reports or the bacterial testing results indicated in the reports.
As of 11/05/2020, the Fairfax County government has refused the call to re-investigate samples from the July outbreak for SARS-CoV-2 infection, claiming “There is no need to re-investigate the outbreak”. The exact prevalence of either H.influenzae or Rhinovirus was not given, nor if these 2 pathogens were found in all samples collected from the Fairfax outbreak.
Rhinovirus was observed in 3.6% of general patients that tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 in a meta-analysis and H.influenzae was observed in 6.6% of such patients. However, in some locations, the prevalence can raise to as high as 31.9% for Rhinovirus and 17.2% for H.influenzae.

About a month after the Fairfax outbreak, The USAMRIID laboratory complex in Ft.detrick was shut down due to a lack of “sufficient systems in place to decontaminate wastewater”.

National ILI surveillance in the U.S.: Excess ILI cases begun cropping up in November 2019

In the last 8 weeks of 2019, the United States National influenza-like illness surveillance network has begun to report an above-baseline level of Influenza-like illness approximately 3 weeks before the beginning of an uptick of such illnesses since the 2009-2010 H1N1 pandemic. High levels of influenza-like illness reports will continue until the first wave of recognized COVID-19 begins to raise in March-April 2020 when ILI case reports began to be recognized and registered instead as COVID-19 case reports.

Britain: Patient with onset on “15 December 2019”, no travel history, died with SARS-CoV-2 in the lungs

Initially sick with a fever and cough on 15 December 2019, an 89-year-old retired company secretary from Chatham, Kent, was hospitalized on January 7 2020 as his cough gradually worsened. His daughter began showing “symptoms of the virus” “including a dry cough, and fever, as well as aches and pains and diarrhea” “before Christmas”, whereas his granddaughter began to show a cough and fever on January 10, 2020. The official first case of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the U.K. were two Chinese nationals, who arrived on 23/01/2020 and fell ill on 26/01/2020 in York, 16 days after the Kent patient have been hospitalized. The patient eventually died on 30 January 2020, whereas when the lung tissue of the patient was tested, “tests carried out after his death revealed Covid-19 was present in his lung tissue”. The distance from York to Kent was 246.9 miles, and the 2 official first cases were quickly quarantined on 28/01/2020 as the younger of the 2 official UK index cases (the son of the older case) fell ill on 28/01/2020. Given the apparent serial interval from arrival to the onset of the son on 28/01/2020 of ~2 (by symptoms onset) to 5 (by contact) days, with a more comprehensive meta-analysis giving 4.2 to 7.5 days, and given the hospitalized (and therefore, lack of contact) nature of the 89-year-old granddad in Kent, community transmission emanating from these 2 official index cases is unlikely to reach into Kent and create the positivity within this patient, within at most 1 week of available time, without first causing other symptomatic infections in its way through London. None of the family members of the 89-year-old Kent cases (where two fell ill with COVID-19 compatible symptoms before the date of arrival of the first imported COVID-19 case in the U.K.) had travel history outside the U.K., making the date of the beginning for the community spread that infected this family (especially the granddad) comparable to or slightly earlier than the first official Chinese COVID-19 case with symptoms onset on 11 December 2019. While one of the daughters attended a “Christmas party”, this party was in December 2019 and foreign nationals were not indicated to be in the party. This U.K. family cluster thus represents another highly likely evidence of community transmission beginning outside China before the first case of SARS-CoV-2 infection at the Huanan seafood market.


“Look at the cladistic breadth of ‘Omicron’ – it has attained a diversity in a mere 4 months, which Wuhan has not attained yet in 2.5 years. Yet Omicron bears a SLOWER in-clade mutation rate.

Hence the amino acid benchmark allele progressions they promote are wrong.”
“ Health officials were caught with their pants down with Omicron BA.2 – so they decided to simply call BA.2 ‘skin-colored pants’.

Amazing what wizardry of badspell can be cast by language alone.

Language is a sword – be skilled in its wielding and the spotting of its abuse.”
From @ethicalskeptic

Asymptomatic SARS-COV-2 infection in children’s tonsils
SARS-CoV-2 pandemic killed over 6 million people worldwide. Although COVID-19 is mainly known for lung infection, several extrapulmonary tissues had been described as infected by SARS-CoV-2 during the acute disease. At least for the initial variants, children were supposedly less exposed to the virus, predominantly presenting mild or asymptomatic infection. In the present study, we describe how SARS-CoV-2 can silently infect palatine tonsils and adenoids from asymptomatic children. We studied 48 children who underwent adenotonsillectomy between October 2020 and September 2021. None of them had experienced signs or symptoms of acute upper airway infection in the month prior to surgery. Nasal cytobrush, nasal wash and adenotonsillar tissue samples were tested by RT-PCR, immunohistochemistry (IHC), flow cytometry and neutralization assay. SARS-CoV-2 was detected in at least one sample in 12 patients (25%). SARS-CoV-2 genome detection rate was 20% in the tonsils, 16.27% in the adenoids, 10.41% of nasal cytobrushes and 6.25% of nasal washes. IHC confirmed the presence of SARS-CoV-2 nucleoprotein in 15 out of 16 positive tonsils samples, both in epithelium and lymphoid compartment. Flow cytometry revealed that CD123+ dendritic cells were the most frequently infected cell type (10.57%) followed by CD14+ monocytes (6.32%), CD4+ T lymphocytes (1.75%), CD20+ B lymphocytes (1.67%), and in less extent CD8+ T lymphocytes cells (1.36%). In conclusion, tonsils and adenoids are important sites of SARS-CoV-2 infection in asymptomatic children. Positive immunostaining in adenotonsillar tissue samples suggest that lymphoid tissue can be a reservoir of SARS-CoV-2 and may play an important role in community dissemination. It remains unclear for how long the lymphoid tissue can sustain the SARS-CoV-2 in a persistent infection, and whether this persistence has any impact on virus transmission.


Step Down CCP! Step Down Xi Jinping!’: Protests Erupt Across China Over COVID-19 Curbs

Step Down CCP! Step Down Xi Jinping!’: Protests Erupt Across China Over COVID-19 Curbs

By Dorothy Li and Sophia Lam

Protests erupted in Shanghai and on university campuses across the country over the weekend, with crowds calling for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its top leader to step down, in a rare display of public dissent that the country hasn’t seen in decades.

The latest wave of widespread anger, from the capital of Beijing to the southern city of Nanjing, occurred after massive protests broke out in the far west region of Xinjiang, where strict COVID-19 curbs were blamed for 10 deaths and nine injuries in a high-rise apartment fire in Urumqi, the region’s capital city. Local authorities denied the accusation.

In Shanghai, crowds of demonstrators gathered for a vigil at Wulumuqi Middle Road, a street named after Urumqi, late on Nov. 26, according to online videos and attendees.

“Demand freedom!” People could be heard shouting in multiple videos, which were widely circulated on the county’s social media before being taken down.

“Xi Jinping,” a man chanted in a video. “Step down!” more followed.

“Communist Party,” some shouted; “Step down!” others responded. They repeated the chants while people could be seen holding blank white paper or recording the scene with their phones in the footage.

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People show blank papers as a way to protest while gathering on a street in Shanghai on Nov. 27, 2022.

Eva Rammeloo, a reporter for Dutch newspaper Fidelity who was at the protest site, said she has “never seen anything like this” in the 10 years of her reporting in China. She estimated that there were more than 1,000 protesters in the early morning on Nov. 27.

Police began to arrest protesters. Some protesters could be heard shouting: “Don’t use violence!” A man said to the police: “You are people’s police, you should serve the people!”

Rammeloo asked a police officer if he agreed with the protesters.

“He smiled with a very long silence. ‘We can’t do anything about it. Mei banfa,’” Rammeloo wrote on Twitter.

Video footage shows that police shoved protesters into police vehicles. The Epoch Times couldn’t immediately verify the authenticity of the video clips.

Wulumuqi Middle Road has been barricaded, but there are protests along the road, according to Rammeloo.

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A man is arrested while people gathered on a street in Shanghai on Nov. 27, 2022.

This type of nationwide display of anger hasn’t been seen in China for decades. The CCP has relentlessly suppressed critical voices, especially during the pandemic. Several citizen journalists and residents trying to document the toll of the early days of COVID-19 were jailed.

Since the first COVID-19 outbreak was reported in Wuhan, the Chinese regime has countered the virus with harsh social control measures in an effort to eliminate every infection among communities. Snap lockdowns, repeated testings, mass surveillance, and mandatory quarantine of anyone they deemed at risk are among the methods that CCP officials have taken to implement their “zero-COVID” policy.

Three years later, many had expected the communist regime would pivot away from the harsh approach that deprived income from locked-down residents and caused countless tragedies involving non-COVID patients because of delayed medical care.

Epoch Times Photo

Police and people are seen during some clashes in Shanghai on Nov. 27, 2022. 

“No one likes the CCP or Xi Jinping,” a Shanghai resident surnamed Wang told The Epoch Times. He added that Chinese people are “fed up” over the draconian zero-COVID policies.

“All sectors are suffering. We need to feed ourselves, to support our family. With no income, how could we survive?” the man said in a phone interview on Nov. 27.

The authorities have blocked accounts that spread videos about the weekend’s protests, another Shanghai resident told The Epoch Times.

However, footage flooding social media shows protests swept through several leading universities across the country early on Nov. 27.

At Beijing’s prestigious Tsinghua University, dozens of people held a peaceful protest against COVID restrictions, during which they sang the CCP’s anthem, according to images and videos posted on social media.

In one video, a Tsinghua university student called on a cheering crowd to speak out.

“If we don’t dare to speak out because we are scared of being smeared, our people will be disappointed in us. As a Tsinghua university student, I will regret it for all my life.” The Epoch Times couldn’t immediately verify the video.

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Epidemic control workers wear protective suits to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as they stand guard behind the locked gate of an apartment building in the Central Business District in Beijing on Nov. 26, 2022. 

Despite the simmering public anger, People’s Daily, the CCP’s flagship newspaper, once again called on the country to stick to the zero-COVID policy.

The zero-COVID approach, which has now become a signature policy for Xi, should be understood as a political campaign for the CCP, according to Rory Truex, an assistant professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University.

Yet the nationwide discontent and harsh approach appeared to pose the biggest challenge for Xi. Last month, Xi awarded himself the record-breaking third term in office during the 20th Party Congress. Installing his allies in the Party’s top decision-making bodies, Xi is now the country’s most powerful leader since the first ruler, Mao Zedong.

Feng Chongyi, a professor of China studies at the University of Technology Sydney, views the protests as a turning point in China’s politics.

“Major political changes in China require a three-step process, from civil uprisings to mutinies to coups. If the police do not want to suppress the people, their seniors will force them to suppress people or even send police from other places to suppress protestors, which may cause a mutiny. This has caused a nationwide chain reaction, and the tyranny of the CCP may end in this way.”


Never Forget, the WHO Plan to Introduce 500 “Vaccines” by 2030, as Per the ‘Immunization Agenda 2030’ Report

Never Forget, the WHO Plan to Introduce 500 “Vaccines” by 2030, as per the ‘Immunization Agenda 2030’ Report

By Zeee Media

Never forget the WHO plan to introduce 500 “vaccines” by 2030, as per the ‘Immunization Agenda 2030’ report.

This is not some sort of ridiculous claim – it is literally their plan.

This is why all of these “threats” requiring “immediate vaccination” keep popping up.

Read the official report here:




WHO to Control “Misinformation” on the internet!

WHO to control “Misinformation” on the internet!

By Investment Watch Blog

Story at-a-glance

  • The World Health Organization announced that it’s working with Big Tech to combat misinformation online
  • As a result of WHO’s “policy updates,” 850,000 YouTube videos related to “harmful or misleading COVID-19 misinformation” were removed from the platform from February 2020 to January 2021
  • Lest you see all sides of an issue and form an educated opinion of your own, WHO intends to carefully control the internet so you only see what it deems as the “truth”
  • To accomplish this, WHO is working closely with master manipulators in their own right, including YouTube, Google, Facebook and NewsGuard
  • WHO has dedicated a webpage to reporting misinformation online, with direct links to social media platforms, making it easy to snitch on those who go against the status quo
  • Significant portions of regulatory agencies’ budgets around the globe come from the pharmaceutical industry that these agencies are supposed to regulate

You can sleep easy tonight. The World Health Organization announced that it’s working with Big Tech to combat misinformation online. It didn’t define what “misinformation” it’s targeting, or even what “misinformation” is, but if you see anything that looks suspicious, WHO wants you to report it right away so social media platforms can flag it or take it down.1

Sound disturbing? More like a nightmare, but it’s one that is, unfortunately, not a dream. As John Campbell, a retired nurse and teacher based in England, said in the video above, “It’s almost as if they want to have an influence over all parts of social media.”2 Yes, indeed, and they’re quite open about it too. WHO states that it’s “changing social media policy and guidelines,” and:

“WHO works with social media policy departments to ensure company policy and guidelines for content providers are fit for purpose. For example, WHO worked with YouTube to enhance their COVID-19 Misinformation Policy and provide guidelines for content providers to ensure no medical misinformation related to the virus proliferates on their platform.”

Nearly 1 Million YouTube Videos Taken Down

As a result of WHO’s “policy updates,” 850,000 YouTube videos related to “harmful or misleading COVID-19 misinformation” were removed from the platform from February 2020 to January 2021.4 As justification for its rampant censorship, WHO explains:

“WHO and partners recognize that misinformation online has the potential to travel further, faster and sometimes deeper than the truth — on some social media platforms, falsehoods are 70% more likely to get shared than accurate news. To counter this, WHO has taken a number of actions with tech companies to remain one step ahead.”

Lest you see all sides of an issue and form an educated opinion of your own, WHO intends to carefully control the internet so you only see what it deems as the “truth.” And it’s working closely, “on a weekly basis,” in fact, with master manipulators in their own right, including YouTube, Google, Facebook and “several other partners such as NewsGuard …”

Ah yes, NewsGuard, another self-appointed internet watchdog that sells a browser plugin to rate websites on nine criteria of credibility and transparency. NewsGuard received much of its startup funds from Publicis Groupe, a giant global communications group with divisions that brand imaging, design of digital business platforms, media relations and health care.

Publicis Groupe’s health subsidiary, Publicis Health, names Lilly, Abbot, Roche, Amgen, Genentech, Celgene, Gilead, Biogen, Astra Zeneca, Sanofi, Bayer and other Big Pharma giants as clients. In fact, the PR firm that created and ran Purdue Pharma’s deceptive marketing campaigns for the opioid Oxycontin is none other than Publicis.

At the beginning of May 2021, the Massachusetts attorney general filed a lawsuit against Publicis Health, accusing the Publicis subsidiary of helping Purdue create the deceptive marketing materials used to mislead doctors into prescribing OxyContin. We’re going down a rabbit hole, but you know you can tell a lot about an organization by who its friends are.

‘Protect Yourself and Others’ — Report ‘Misinformation’

WHO is also enlisting the help of basically anyone who will listen and fall for their blatant propaganda to report “misinformation” about COVID-19 and COVID-19 shots that goes against its policies. According to WHO:8

“Social media platforms have … granted WHO access to fast track reporting systems, which allows us to flag misinformation on their platforms, speeding up the reporting and removal of content that breaks policy. WHO also works with Member States such as the Government of the United Kingdom to raise awareness of misinformation around COVID-19 and vaccines, and encourage individuals to report false or misleading content online.”

Conveniently, WHO has taken the guesswork out of how to report said misinformation. They’ve dedicated a webpage to reporting misinformation online, with direct links to the following social media platforms, making it easy to snitch on those who go against the status quo:

WHO’s Move to Create a Global Superpower

WHO won’t stop at controlling the internet. It’s also aiming to “save the world” from infectious diseases, food system failures and more by creating a globalist organization with synchronized plans — and the potential for ultimate control and power.

This was revealed in October 2022, when WHO announced a new initiative called One Health Joint Plan of Action. The plan was launched by the Quadripartite which, in addition to WHO, consists of the:

  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as OIE)

WHO already has too much power. This new initiative will only give it more. It’s important to understand that Bill Gates is WHO’s No. 1 funder, contributing more to WHO’s $4.84 billion biennial budget — via multiple avenues including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as well as GAVI, which was founded by the Gates Foundation in partnership with WHO, the World Bank and various vaccine manufacturers — than any member-state government. In short, Bill Gates is essentially the owner of WHO.

Regulatory Agencies Captured by Industry

In 1992, the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) was created, which allows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to collect fees from the drug industry. “With the act, the FDA moved from a fully taxpayer-funded entity to one supplemented by industry money,” a BMJ article written by investigative journalist Maryanne Demasi explains.

Now, significant portions of regulatory agencies’ budgets come from the pharmaceutical industry that these agencies are supposed to regulate. In 1993, after PDUFA was passed, the FDA collected about $29 million in net PDUFA fees. This increased 30-fold — to $884 million — by 2016.

It’s also revealing, as noted by Campbell, that at the FDA, 9 out of 10 of its former commissioners between 2006 and 2019 went on to work for pharmaceutical companies.14 But it’s not only U.S. regulators who are captured by industry; a similar trend occurred in Europe. In 1995, industry fees funded 20% of the European Medicines Agency (EMA). This rose to 75% by 2010 and now, in 2022, it’s 89%. According to Demasi:15

“In 2005 in the UK, the House of Commons’ health committee evaluated the influence of the drug industry on health policy, including the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

The committee was concerned that industry funding could lead the agency to ‘lose sight of the need to protect and promote public health above all else as it seeks to win fee income from the companies.’ But nearly two decades on, little has changed, and industry funding of drug regulators has become the international norm.”

How do regulators from different countries compare? “Industry money permeates the globe’s leading regulators,” Demasi wrote, demonstrated as follows:


F*ck That Jab!’: Ice Cube Reflects on Lost $9 Million Movie Deal Because He Didn’t Want the Shot

F*ck That Jab!’: Ice Cube Reflects on Lost $9 Million Movie Deal Because He Didn’t Want the Shot

By Vigilant Fox

“I ain’t gonna take no sh*t I don’t need.”

Last fall, at the height of Covid-19 fear and vaccine tyranny, you may remember this headline featuring famous hip-hop music artist and actor Ice Cube.

Now, a year later, after mandates and fear have been largely quelled, Ice Cube is still angry — and I don’t blame him.


“I turned down a movie cause I didn’t want to get to mother f*cking jab — I turned down $9 million,” Ice Cube expressed to Million Dollaz Worth of Game crew.

“F*ck that jab! And f*ck y’all for trying to make me get it!” he exclaimed. “So, you know, I don’t know how Hollywood feel about me right now, you know what I’m saying?”

“You turned down 9 million?” Gillie Da King asked with a level of astonishment.

“I didn’t turn it down,” replied Cube.

“Those mother f*ckers wouldn’t give it to me because I wouldn’t get the shot! I didn’t turn it down. They just wouldn’t give it to me.”

“Because you wouldn’t get the COVID shot?” clarified Gillie Da King.

“Yeah, the COVID shot,” said Cube.

“During the PLANdemic, man — the PLANdemic!” Wallo 267 interjected.

Gillie Da King asked Ice Cube if he ever caught COVID. Cube replied, “Nothing! F*ck them.”

“Yeah, I didn’t catch it at all,” professed Gillie. “But he [the guy on Gillie’s left] caught it about four or five times.”

“Well, you know. Circumstances, I got lucky,” stated Cube.


“I ain’t gonna take no sh*t I don’t need.”


That’s all that needs to be stated. What’s the absolute risk-benefit of taking a particular medical procedure? If it’s glaringly small (under 1%), you’re likely better off taking a pass and avoiding any side effects.

As a 52-year-old man at the time in decent shape, Ice Cube understood that and made the proper risk/benefit analysis.

Yes, he missed out on $9 million, but what good is that money if you increase your odds of not being healthy to enjoy it in the first place?

Watch the full podcast in the video below.


The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has Sent a Memo to Doctors Suggesting their Unvaccinated Patients May had a Mental Problem and should be Put on Psychiatric Medication

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has Sent a Memo to Doctors Suggesting their Unvaccinated Patients May had a Mental Problem and should be Put on Psychiatric Medication

By Zeee Media

The college of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has sent a memo to doctors suggesting their unvaccinated patients may have a mental problem and should be put on psychiatric medication.

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Death Wave has Come: Young Men and Women Continue to Die Every Day Now

Death Wave has Come: Young Men and Women Continue to Die Every Day Now

By Investment Watch Blog



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