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In this letter to The Defender, veterinarian Armaiti May takes issue with how the media portrayed the Jan. 30 health freedom demonstration at the Dodger Stadium COVID vaccination site. Contrary to media reports, the protest was peaceful, May said.
Some of the largest players in the food and agriculture sectors have been allowed to engage in anticompetitive mergers and practices that are as serious, if not more so, than those of which Big Tech stands accused.
‘This Week’ With Mary + Polly: Glamorizing mRNA Vaccines + COVID Shots for Pets + Paying Employees to Get Vaccinated + More
In “This Week” with Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense vice chair and general counsel, and Polly Tommey, co-producer of “Vaxxed,” Mary and Polly discuss the latest COVID vaccine-related headline news, including forcing COVID vaccines on nursing home patients over family members’ objections … and more.
Coercion is at the center of the global effort to manufacture consent for an all-encompassing digital identification system, in the form of SMART Health Cards and Digital Wallets.
The FDA and CDC Get Money from Vaccine Makers The agencies and people who approve and make vaccines mandatory for the U.S. have received money from vaccine manufacturers. Think about this and how this corrupts what you are told about vaccines. Where are the news reports on this? The Federal Offices Over Vaccine Policy The Department of […]
Dr. Anthony Fauci told media vaccines may be required by some businesses, for overseas travel, and when it comes to schools, “Everything’s on the table.” But as more vaccine-related deaths and injuries are reported, the less likely mandates will become widespread.
Tip of the Iceberg? Thousands of COVID Vaccine Injuries and 13 U.S. Deaths Reported in December Alone
In December, 3,916 COVID vaccine-related adverse events, including 13 deaths, were reported to VAERS. As more adverse events — ranging from life-threatening anaphylaxis to death — occur, it will be tougher to “sell” the experimental injections.
In the Northern Great Plains, a Search for Ways to Protect Drinking Water From Fossil Fuel Industry Pollution
North Dakota’s water supplies are at risk from contaminants from fracking wastewater, but residents are fighting back.
The pandemic handed Oracle CEO Larry Ellison what he’s wanted for decades — the power to curate the vast datasets housing our medical, financial and personal information.
Bezos’ Earth Fund Funnels $600 Million to Largest Enviro Groups, Shortchanges Frontline Grassroots Orgs
Less than a quarter of first-round grants will go to intermediary funds that support thousands of grassroots communities cultivating solutions on the frontlines of the climate emergency.
The Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Briefing Document on the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine contains disturbing indications that might be a safety signal on pathogenic priming, especially in older adults.
Under Guise of ‘Racial Justice,’ Johns Hopkins Lays Out Plan to Vaccinate Ethnic Minorities and Mentally Challenged First
Claims made by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security about its strategy for vaccinating ethnic minorities and the mentally challenged first, “as a matter of justice,” suggest ulterior motives.
The land purchases may allow Georgia Power, one of the largest producers of coal ash waste in the country, to avoid paying millions in cleanup costs required under 2014 regulations.
“They’re just trying to sell the same old stuff under different labels. The bottom line is they’re chemical companies and they want to sell more chemicals.”
The CDC admits that most children experience mild COVID symptoms or none at all, yet thanks to months of fear-inducing messaging, some parents are more afraid of COVID than of an experimental vaccine.
Massachusetts Mayor ‘Colluding’ With Canadian Pipeline Company Over Controversial Natural Gas Project
A deal made between the city and multi-billion dollar Canadian energy pipeline company Enbridge raises questions — some call the situation a ‘complete sell-off’ that could jeopardize the health of the community and environment.
While the United States remains solely focused on the impact of the coronavirus when it comes to special education coverage, the same thing is not true in Britain or in Ireland.
When WHO broadened its definition of global pandemic in 2009, H1N1 vaccine makers profited at taxpayers’ expense. COVID vaccine makers will likely reap even more benefits.
As of Oct. 26, at least 59 people had died and more than 1,200 reported adverse reactions following the rollout of the flu vaccine campaign.
EdTech firms collect biometric data about children’s educational, social and emotional skills, and use the data to train and improve their artificial intelligence (AI) software.
Harvard behavioral economics prof to lead WHO’s newly created technical advisory group that aims to foster public acceptance of COVID vaccine.
The head of Operation Warp Speed told the Wall Street Journal all Warp Speed vaccine recipients in the U.S. will be monitored by “incredibly precise … tracking systems” …
Last Tuesday, while most Americans were distracted by the first U.S. presidential debate, NPR quietly reported that the U.S. government’s Operation Warp Speed, a public-private partnership launched by the Trump administration to rapidly develop and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine, had taken the unusual step of awarding contracts to vaccine companies, not directly, but through a secretive defense contractor.
“The Social Dilemma,” a new documentary that explores the dark side of social media, has been a hot topic online since its Netflix release in August. Directed by Jeff Orlowski, the movie makes the case that widespread use of social media has led to a decline in mental health and an increase in political polarization.
New England Journal of Medicine Publishes ‘Strategy’ for States on How to Consider COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
A new article in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), which is known for being amongst the most prestigious medical journals in the world, argues that state governments need a “strategy” for deploying the coming COVID-19 vaccine.
People around the world are watching as U.K. Judge Vanessa Baraitser hears arguments and decides whether or not to extradite Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange to the U.S.
Conditions involving demyelination and paralysis are among the top vaccine injuries for which claims have been filed with the NVICP, and historical reports of myelitic conditions track closely with pediatric vaccination trends and with the concurrent rise in the very practice of injection.
Neville Ray, president of technology at T-Mobile, admits that so far, 5G is “meaningless.”“We celebrated some 5G launches — T-Mobile didn’t, others did — but they’ve proven to be pretty meaningless,” Ray said. “If we’re honest with ourselves, 5G really hasn’t had any real impact in the U.S. materially to date.” His claim that T-Mobile didn’t celebrate 5G launches, however, is contrary to his company’s massive advertising campaign showing 5G radiation coming from cell towers, painted in splendid pink.
In the first episode of our second season “TRUTH” with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., he and Vaxxed 2’s Polly Tommey cover the rallies, mandates, censorship, the lawsuit against University of CA and much more!
A year ago, news outlets briefly shone a light on the fact (a fact that makes public health officials squirm) that oral polio vaccines are causing polio outbreaks. With reports streaming in throughout 2019 regarding the circulation of vaccine-derived polioviruses in numerous African and Asian countries, a CDC virologist confessed, “We have now created more new emergences of the virus than we have stopped.”[pullquote] … there were 400 recorded cases of vaccine-derived polio in more than 20 countries worldwide.[/pullquote]