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Deaths Linked to Covid Vaccines are 30 Times More Common than with Other Vaccines ? Is the Safety Re... Sun Apr 18, 2021 15:27 | Will Jones
Is the Yellow Card vaccine reporting system fit for purpose? HART's Dr Ros Jones argues no, pointing to the 30-fold increase in vaccine linked deaths in the U.S in the past 3 months since Covid vaccination began.
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Toby Green?s New Book is the Perfect Cure For the Covid Lobotomy Sun Apr 18, 2021 15:16 | Toby Young
We're publishing a short piece today by Sinéad Murphy in which she praises a new book called The Covid Consensus that asks why the lockdown policy has commanded such support from people on the left and right of politics.
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International Travel Restrictions Likely to Be In Place For Some Time, Says Nicola Sturgeon Sun Apr 18, 2021 13:15 | Michael Curzon
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that restrictions on international travel should not be lifted too soon because of the "big risk" of importing Covid variants into the UK.
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SAGE Modelling From May Last Year Said Approach Recommended in Great Barrington Declaration Was Leas... Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:48 | Toby Young
Glen Bishop has analysed a paper produced by one of the SAGE modelling teams and discovered an interesting fact: it tacitly endorsed the approach recommended in the Great Barrington Declaration.
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Too Early to Tell If Hospitality Can Reopen On May 17th, Says Minister Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:21 | Michael Curzon
It is still "too early to say" whether the reopening of indoor hospitality can take place on May 17th because of the risk of Covid variants, according to the Environment Minister.
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Underreported Causes Of Covid-19 Deaths In US, France, Netherlands, Germany Etc
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Friday November 20, 2020 03:53 by SNS
The filthiest places in any country are the slaughterhouses. Animals are defecating and urinating in terror. Their blood spills everywhere.
The consumption of meat, fish, eggs and dairy products kills more people annually than smoking, alcohol, heroin and other drugs, traffic accidents, iatrogenic deaths. war, domestic violence, and guns combined.
We know that smallpox was originally called cow pox or kine pox, that chicken pox is related to eating chickens, that swine flu is caused by eating pig flesh, that avian flu is caused by ingesting bird parts. There are hundreds of diseases imparted to humans by eating the flesh, fat, and other products of the meat, fish and dairy industries. Owen Parrett MD was one of many authors who wrote of the problem. His book is Diseases Of Food Animals.
Yet we have not been warned about the dangers of eating meat, despite the incredibly high numbers of covid-19 deaths at slaughterhouses and the very brief shutdown of cow, pig and chicken slaughterhouses in the US.
Federal regulators in the US failed to act in regards to 'dozens' of slaughterhouse hotspots for the virus.
Tyson's Waterloo Iowa slaughterhouse had so many infections, the county sheriff advised shutting down the plant. The company ignored the request and more died.
The same situation happened with Tyson's slaughterhouse in Columbus Junction, Iowa
Coronavirus at Smithfield pork plant: The untold story of America's biggest outbreak
Smithfield began in Virginia. Smithfield expanded to Germany, Romania, Poland, Mexico, and the UK as well. It is the largest pig slaughtering company in the world and was bought by China. Smithfield-owned Farmer John in Vernon California was fined for failing to protect workers from the virus.
Smithfield pig-killing plant in Sioux Falls Iowa fined by OSHA for failure to protect workers
Smithfield slaughterhouse in Monmouth NJ had 188 cases.
America's largest slaughterhouse worker union says slaughterhouse owners did not protect workers.
Philadelphia slaughterhouse worker's family sues Brazilian JBS, largest
cowkilling company in the world, over their loved one's death
JBS in Colorado has denied benefits to families of workers who died from virus.
Livingston California chicken slaughterhouse shut down .. Over 300 sickened by covid.
Food chain's weakest link: slaughterhouses
Covid at French, German, and Dutch slaughterhouses
The administration during 2020 quickly reopened abbatoirs which were shut down. The above list is only a fraction of the slaughterhouses
-SNS-in which covid deaths have occurred in the US and around the world.. Because slaughterhouses are the most soul-hardening, violent, dangerous and dirty jobs, owners hire desperate immigrants and refugees.
There are hundreds of diseases imparted to humans by eating the flesh, fat, and other products of the meat, fish and dairy industries. Owen Parrett MD was one of many authors focusing on the problem. His book is Diseases Of Food Animals.