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The first three episodes of CHD.TV’s “Around the World” with Amanda Forbes, Forbes interviewed a medical doctor in New Zealand, a humanitarian in Sweden and a journalist in Canada who described their governments’ pandemic response policies.

New Zealand

The latest episode featured an interview with Dr. Samantha Bailey, a New Zealand mother and co-author of “Virus Mania: Corona/COVID-19, Measles, Swine Flu, Cervical Cancer, Avian Flu, SARS, BSE, Hepatitis C, AIDS, Polio, Spanish Flu. How the Medical Industry Continually Invents Epidemics, Making Billion-Dollar Profits at Our Expense.”

Forbes and Bailey discussed the latest news on lockdowns, mandates, passports, police enforcement and vaccines. Bailey said New Zealand is a test subject for many experiments due to its isolation, and children as young as 12 in are able to consent to COVID vaccination.

Describing New Zealand’s push to get as many people vaccinated as possible, Bailey said, “They were doing all these carnival kind of things. Free ice cream for poor people, bouncy castles and making it a fun kind of thing.”

She said her “awakening” as a doctor occurred when she realized the government, Big Pharma and the medical establishment were all “in” on a complex, planned response to COVID.

Bailey said her medical license was suspended after she spoke out against the media and medical narrative.

Watch the New Zealand episode of “Around the Word” here:


On Episode 2 of CHD.TV’s “Around the World,” Forbes interviewed Aga Wilson, a humanitarian, news reporter and New Yorker who moved to Sweden to escape New York’s COVID restrictions.

Forbes and Wilson discussed the similarities and differences between Sweden’s response to COVID and the policies implemented by other countries. They covered what’s going on with schools, vaccines, protests and talking with medical professionals.

“The government has written a proposal saying that they definitely want to implement COVID passports and take away the testing altogether,” Wilson said.

Wilson described why the Swedish people get out and protest. Because the police cannot legally lock anyone up for protesting, officers drive protesters far away, and drop them off so they’re out-of-sight.

Watch the Sweden episode of “Around the Word” here:


On the premier episode 1 of CHD.TV’s “Around the World,” Forbes interviewed Ontario-based Rajie Kabli, co-founder of WholeHearted Media and journalist who has covered the Canadian government’s response to COVID since the onset of the pandemic.

Forbes and Kabli discussed how the Canadian response is beginning to look a lot like Australia.

They took a close look at all the contradictory restrictions, from province to province, and discussed protests, police and propaganda as well as the vaccine passport.

Kabli shared the shocking story of an 80-year-old woman who ran from authorities after being apprehended at a provincial border.

“In that third lockdown, the most severe for us were checkpoints.” Kabli said. “You can’t even travel out of your jurisdiction — where you live.”

Watch the Canada episode of “Around the Word” here:

Watch a new episode of  “Around the World” with Amanda Forbes every Friday on CHD TV at 8:30 a.m. PT / 11:30 a.m. ET.

Join Amanda Forbes, your host for the show “Around the World” as she brings on guests from around the globe to talk about what’s happening in their country. Forbes is a mother, Canadian medical freedom activist and President of the Children’s Health Defense Canada Chapter. Forbes and her guests discuss the ever-changing COVID pandemic response around the world — its striking similarities and stark differences. If you or someone you know has a relevant story to tell, contact Forbes at [email protected]