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Interview with David Laity from Cornwall, a former police detective, on how he took out a loan with Lloyds Bank to build a house, how the builder defrauded him and was jailed, but Lloyds still wanted him to pay back the money. Being a former Police Detective he investigated Lloyds and found fraudulent and other criminal activity, including over four hundred Lloyds documents with forged signatures, with many other victims having similar stories. The www.Action4Justice.co.uk (A4J) team is made up of volunteers who freely and willingly give up their time and resources in an effort to get restitution for the many victims of systemic banking fraud and wrongdoing.All action4justice (A4J) team members strive for transparency in all aspects of their work whilst maintaining confidentiality whenever appropriate.Our mission is simple: to seek fair restitution which is commensurate with the hardship, suffering and mental anguish of the victims of banking fraud. A4J advice and website use is free; all we we ask for in return is, should you receive a payment, you give consideration to a donation to the cause so that we can continue to help other unfortunate victims in a similar situation to yours: You will, from experience, know exactly how that feels and the need for support through the difficult times. Pledging to the Mission By pledging a small portion of any settlement you may receive through the help of the A4J team, you will be helping to continue righting the past wrongs of the banks whilst, at the same time, helping A4J ensure history does not repeat itself and protect the next generation, perhaps your children, from similar suffering and hardship

We are a group of Lloyds Bank victims who want resolution and recompense for the criminal fraud of Lloyds bank in stealing our assets and ruining our lives. Like our compatriots at Virgin Money UK – NAB Remediation Support Group, we are not going away. We are founding members of Banking Victims For A Future 2020 +

Review alleges 'major fraud' at Lloyds Bristol unit committed An independent review into the handling of historic fraud allegations against Lloyds Bank has been shown new documents said to allege a "major fraud" may have been committed. Several business owners alleged they have been ruined by the firm's business support unit based in Bristol. Avon and Somerset Police said it had found no evidence any criminal offences had been committed. But up to 200 alleged victims say their claims were not properly investigated. Last year, Avon and Somerset Police asked Thames Valley Police to conduct a review into allegations made against the financial institution. Thames Valley police and crime commissioner (PCC) Anthony Stansfeld oversaw the successful prosecution of corrupt financiers from HBOS in Reading for a multi-million pound loans scam that destroyed several businesses. Thames Valley Police officers have now interviewed one alleged victim, property investor Kashif Shabir, whose documents were not passed to them by the Avon and Somerset force. Mr Stansfeld has written to the Avon and Somerset crime panel stating the documents "strongly indicated that a major fraud" had been committed against Mr Shabir.

Lloyds Alleged Bristol BSU Fraud Ongong - Lloyds HBOS Scandal A Running Sore - Between 2003 and 2007 six bankers and advisers connected to the Reading branch of HBOS milked millions of pounds from business customers to go on luxury holidays and pay for prostitutes - This is Money – Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey and Lloyds boss Antonio Horta-Osorio face grillings from MPs over HBOS scandal Andrew Bailey and Antonio Horta-Osorio face a grilling from MPs over the aftermath of the HBOS Reading scandal. Bank of England governor Bailey, who was chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) when the fraud was uncovered, and Horta-Osorio, boss of HBOS's owner Lloyds, are accused of 'mistreating' victims and failing to oversee an adequate compensation scheme. Horta-Osorio has also been slapped with a formal complaint from the influential All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fair Business Banking, which wrote to the FCA regarding his conduct. The HBOS Reading scandal is separate to the crisis that brought HBOS to the brink of collapse in 2008, which is still being investigated by the FCA. Between 2003 and 2007 six bankers and advisers connected to the Reading branch milked millions of pounds from business customers to go on luxury holidays and pay for prostitutes. Lloyds, which bought HBOS in 2008, promised to compensate the near-200 victims who lost their livelihoods. But a review of the compensation process by lawyer Sir Ross Cranston in 2019 found it was not 'fair or reasonable'. Lloyds set up an ongoing independent panel, chaired by retired judge Sir David Foskett, to review all the victim's claims. But in a letter sent in December to FCA boss Nikhil Rathi, the APPG's chairman Kevin Hollinrake said there were 'similar ongoing denials of responsibility by the bank' in the new review.

£Billion lockdown loan scheme fraud UK COVID loan scheme could lose £26 billion from fraud, defaults says watchdog - Criminals may have made billions of pounds by exploiting a government loan scheme to help British businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, while large losses are expected from firms unable to repay, the country’s spending watchdog has said. The Bounce Back Loan Scheme was launched in early May, allowing banks quickly to lend businesses up to 50,000 pounds ($64,875) with 100% state guarantee. The National Audit Office (NAO) said on Wednesday that, while the scheme succeeded in providing fast support to small firms, the government faced a potential loss of between 15 and 26 billion pounds from fraud and default, although the estimates were “highly uncertain”. “Unfortunately, the cost to the taxpayer has the potential to be very high, if the estimated losses turn out to be correct,” Gareth Davies, the NAO head said. According to the government’s business department (BEIS) and the British Business Bank, the scheme is expected to lend 38-48 billion pounds by Nov. 4, well in excess of the 18-26 billion originally envisaged, the NAO said. By early September, more than 1.2 million loans had been made at a value of nearly 37 billion pounds, mainly to businesses with a turnover below 632,000 pounds. To speed up the process, the scheme relied on self-certification and no credit checks for existing customers. The NAO said BEIS and the British Business Bank had estimated 35-60% of borrowers might default on their loans, with a third-party review finding there was a very high level of fraud risk through multiple applications and criminals taking money they had no intention of repaying.

Fraud in the international banking system – broken banking system and QE. Insurers must pay small firms for lockdown losses - Insurers must pay many small firms for Covid lockdown losses The Supreme Court found largely in favour of small firms receiving payments from business interruption insurance policies. For some businesses it could provide a lifeline, allowing them to trade beyond the coronavirus crisis. The ruling could cost the insurance sector hundreds of millions of pounds. The City watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), brought the test case, with eight insurers agreeing to take part in proceedings. One of the insurers set to make significant payouts is Hiscox, which was challenged by thousands of its policyholders as part of the case. Richard Leedham, who represented the Hiscox Action Group - on behalf of small businesses, said: "This is a landmark victory for a small group of businesses who took on a huge insurance player and have been fully vindicated. "What is important now is that Hiscox accepts the Supreme Court's verdict and starts paying out to its policy holders, many of whom are in danger of going under".

How to fix bank fraud – too big to jail? Court backlog caused by pandemic Covid and the courts: 'Grave concerns' for justice, warn watchdogs Four criminal justice watchdogs for England and Wales have warned they have "grave concerns" about the impact of court backlogs caused by the pandemic. The inspectorates for policing, prisons, probation and prosecutions say issues it has caused could damage the criminal justice system for years. It comes after figures revealed the backlog in the crown courts has reached 54,000 unheard cases. That means some crimes from last year will not go before a jury before 2022. The inspectorates say the unprecedented situation in the courts is having a ripple effect across all of criminal justice. Court work slowed and, in the case of jury trials, stopped during the first part of the pandemic, when the lockdown advised people to stay at home, except for certain circumstances. While it has now crept back up, with social distancing measures in place, the watchdogs warn continuing delays will increase the likelihood of damage to the entire justice system. Justin Russell, the chief inspector of probation, said: "Crown courts deal with the most serious cases, so this backlog concerns us all. The Covid-19 pandemic has meant severe delays and numerous cancellations throughout 2020, and this has had a negative impact on everyone involved. "Delays mean victims must wait longer for cases to be heard. Some will withdraw support for prosecutions because they have lost faith in the process. "Witnesses will find it difficult to recall events that took place many months ago, and prosecutors waste significant periods of time preparing for cases that do not go ahead."

Gov. may pay £500 to those testing Covid positive. - COVID-19: Anyone who tests positive may get £500 under govt plans - as worrying self-isolation data emerges Currently only people on low incomes or means-tested benefits are eligible for the one-off payment. by Jon Craig - Chief political correspondent George Eustice was asked if the offer of £500 for people to self-isolate is a sign the government's message isn't getting through. Everyone who tests positive for coronavirus could soon receive a one-off payment of £500, in a government move to persuade more people to get a test and self-isolate after a positive result. The dramatic plan being considered by ministers follows research that suggested only 17% of people with COVID-19 symptoms come forward to get a test because they fear losing their income if they stop working. The proposal, which would cost the government a massive £453m a week or £2bn a month, is revealed in a leaked 16-page policy document drawn up by Matt Hancock's Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC).

Boris' Satanic Bird, Carrie Symonds – glamorous photos and a part in Crowley play - Boris’s beach blonde’s X-rated play: Glamorous PR guru Carrie Symonds, 30, starred in ‘satanic sex cult’ based on writings of unabashed occultist The most shocking pictures show her performing in an X-rated play. It is thought she took part as a drama student at Warwick University, where she studied from 2006 to 2009. The production was based on the writings of self-styled mystic Aleister Crowley – an unabashed occultist who revelled in his infamy as ‘the wickedest man in the world’. He died in 1947. Crowley’s form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise evil gods, and the use of hard drugs, including cocaine and heroin. For the play, Miss Symonds is wearing a black dress and torn black tights with heavy black make-up smeared around her eyes. Ms Symonds has not been seen publicly since the Boris Johnson political scandal erupted In one picture she is kneeling on the floor with a table in the background. On the table are written the words ‘cognac, c*** and cocaine’ – a reference to one of Crowley’s most notorious poems. A bottle of cognac and small pile of white powder, believed to represent cocaine, are on the table, which is surrounded by a circle of cards. The words ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ are scrawled in chalk in the centre of the circle. Alongside Miss Symonds sits a bare-chested male student with ‘Big Beast’ and ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ daubed across his chest and throat in black ink. Crowley’s poem Leah Sublime includes the foul-mouthed lines: ‘Straddle your Beast, My Masterful B****... Spit on me, scarlet, Mouth of my harlot... Soak me in cognac, c*** and cocaine.’

Plandemic a depopulation plan? Facebook for David Laity from Cornwall – Action for Justice / Victims and upcoming webpage – www.theinsolitis.tv

The End Of Capitalism, What Karl Marx Got Right and Wrong – privatisation of profits and socialisation of losses. What Is Privatizing Profits And Socializing Losses? Privatizing profits and socializing losses refers to the practice of treating company earnings as the rightful property of shareholders, while losses are treated as a responsibility that society must shoulder. In other words, the profitability of corporations are strictly for the benefit of their shareholders. But when the companies fail, the fallout—the losses and recovery—are the responsibility of the general public. Popular examples of this include taxpayer-funded subsidies or bailouts.    -- insurance companies and banks are bust - Covid debt timebomb could trigger new financial crisis, warns Mervyn King Former Bank of England Governor Lord King says "defaults could be the trigger of another financial crisis down the road" The world is facing a coronavirus debt timebomb as countries borrow trillions of pounds to fight the pandemic, former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King has warned. Lord King, who led the Bank through the global financial crisis of 2008-9 before stepping down in 2013, said companies and countries alike could be sunk by the weight of their new loans - potentially triggering another meltdown that would snuff out any recovery. The crossbench peer told the Telegraph''s Planet Normal podcast - which you can listen to on the audio player above or subscribe to on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or via your podcast app - that the virus had struck a global economy made vulnerable by already high levels of borrowing. The full interview can be read here. He said: “I think the immediate concern facing us over the next few years is that the very high levels of debt we entered the Covid-19 crisis with are going to be exacerbated by even higher levels of debt. “So I think we can expect to see many defaults over the next few years as businesses struggle and many governments in various parts of the world will also struggle to repay their debts. So I think defaults could be the trigger of another financial crisis down the road.”

How Privatizing Profits And Socializing Losses Works - The basis of this concept is that profits and losses are treated differently. When companies, even those that are publicly-traded, are profitable, it's the shareholders who reap the rewards. Therefore, only a certain group of people benefit. But when the losses these companies experience are steep, taxpayers must bear the brunt. The idea of privatizing profits and socializing losses generally comes in the form of some type of intervention from governments. This may be through bailouts or any number of subsidies.

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Part two - Mar20 Face mask adverts banned for wrongly claiming to prevent coronavirus - Government spreading FAKE NEWS FEAR through lies - Government to discontinue Covid ad accusing joggers or those exercising of being 'highly likely' to have the virus. Controversial advert condemned for spreading 'false information' and risking 'scaring' people into physical inactivity. By Ben Rumsby 21 January 2021 - A Government advert that says joggers and dog-walkers are "highly likely" to have Covid is to be discontinued after the regulator said there was no evidence to support the claim. The Telegraph can reveal that the Cabinet Office has also agreed not to repeat the claim made in the 30-second radio ad – which also warns that "people will die" if individuals "bend the rules" – after being contacted by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). The taxpayer-funded advert was condemned by MPs and public health experts for spreading "false information" and risking "scaring" people into physical inactivity during the third national lockdown. The ASA said it had received complaints and would "assess those carefully to establish whether there are any grounds for further action". A spokesman said: "We have contacted the Cabinet Office with the concerns that have been raised about its claim, in a radio ad, that it is 'highly likely' that individuals such as joggers and dog-walkers have Covid-19. "Our rules require that advertisers hold robust documentary evidence to prove claims that are capable of substantiation. We have received an assurance from the Cabinet Office that the ad will be discontinued by early next week and the claim about individuals being highly likely to have Covid-19 will not be repeated. "On that basis, as the Cabinet Office has worked with us to swiftly address and resolve this matter without the need for formal investigation, we consider the matter closed." The ASA said it was also assessing complaints about a similar ad about supermarket trolleys, as well as a poster about takeaway coffee headlined "Don't Let a Coffee Cost Lives", but had yet to contact the Government about those. According to the most recent official data, one in 50 people in England was estimated to have Covid between December 27 and January 2, rising to one in 30 in London, which would mean individuals are unlikely – rather than highly likely – to have the virus. Under ASA rules, adverts must be "legal, decent, honest and truthful". The full Government advert says: "Someone jogging, walking their dog or working out in the park is highly likely to have Covid-19. This is a national health emergency. Around one in three people have no symptoms and are spreading it without knowing. So exercise locally. If you're on your own, you can meet one other person. But keep your distance. Exercise, don't socialise. And wash your hands the moment you get home. Stop the spread. Stick to the rules. If you bend the rules, people will die. Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives." Professor Gabriel Scally, the president of epidemiology and public health at the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of Independent Sage, called the ad "appalling". He said: "The first rule of public health communication is to be truthful. False information undermines trust and respect, often achieving entirely the opposite objective to that intended." The former sports minister Tracey Crouch also urged the Government to "rethink this advert that seems to blame those exercising for spreading Covid", saying: "We know that activity, which is allowed under Government guidance, is good for people's physical and mental well-being, and this ad could end up scaring people not to do [it], storing up health issues for the future." The Cabinet Office declined to comment, but The Telegraph has been told the ad will cease at the end of the current campaign phase this weekend.

Jewish wedding with 400 people broken up by police. Covid: Wedding party in Stamford Hill broken up by police Officers found the windows at the Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls' School, in Stamford Hill, had been covered when they arrived at 21:15 GMT on Thursday. Guests fled from the strictly Orthodox Charedi Jewish school when the police arrived. The organisers face a £10,000 fine for breaking lockdown rules. The Met originally claimed that about 400 guests were at the gathering. In a statement, the school said its hall had been leased out. A spokesman for the school, whose principal Rabbi Avrahom Pinter died in April after contracting coronavirus, said "we had no knowledge that the wedding was taking place". He added: "We are absolutely horrified about last night's event and condemn it in the strongest possible terms." Boris Johnson supports the police for "taking action against people who flagrantly and selfishly ignore the rules", according to the prime minister's official spokesman. The spokesman said: "Large gatherings such as that pose a health risk, not just to those who attend but those who they live with or others who they may come into contact with."

WHO says PCR positive test MUST have a further confirmation test: 'Where test results do not correspond with the clinical presentation [ie. patient is asymptomatic], a new specimen should be taken and retested using the same or different NAT technology.' WHO guidance Diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2 states that careful interpretation of weak positive results is needed (1). The cycle threshold (Ct) needed to detect virus is inversely proportional to the patient’s viral load. Where test results do not correspond with the clinical presentation, a new specimen should be taken and retested using the same or different NAT technology. WHO reminds IVD users that disease prevalence alters the predictive value of test results; as disease prevalence decreases, the risk of false positive increases (2). This means that the probability that a person who has a positive result (SARS-CoV-2 detected) is truly infected with SARS-CoV-2 decreases as prevalence decreases, irrespective of the claimed specificity. Most PCR assays are indicated as an aid for diagnosis, therefore, health care providers must consider any result in combination with timing of sampling, specimen type, assay specifics, clinical observations, patient history, confirmed status of any contacts, and epidemiological information.

‘The New Normal’ Covid Lockdown documentary – the Fourth Industrial Revolution - the dangers of new technology and AI – why the Plandemic? 5G and control through new technology. THE NEW NORMAL Happen.network It’s January 2021, the world is in lockdown and our economy is on the brink of collapse. Will the new vaccine enable our lives to return back to normal or does it mark a pivotal point in the evolution of humanity (one that is driven by artificial intelligence, will reimagine capitalism and be governed by extreme tyrannical laws that are dictated by global elites)? The New Normal, a factual, 50-minute documentary, investigates The Fourth Industrial Revolution, what the 1% has to gain and the rest of us are about to lose.  

No Mainstream news media mention the groud-breaking 'The New Normal' documentary because Corporatist Bilderberg fake news outfit REUTERS published a fake 'fact check' SPOILER on Tuesday 19th January 2021 immediately after it was released - amongst incorrect 'facts' Reuters 'found' were that the documentary was medically linking 5G to the Covid virus which it did not do. Altogether the Reuters 'fact check', reproduced here 'Building off the previously debunked claim that the pandemic was pre-planned [Reuters have not debunked this claim], the documentary moves on to suggest lockdowns may have been imposed to ensure the smooth rollout of 5G networks.' [actually the documentary suggests that the lockdowns prevented due process for people to appeal against or even know about 5G planning applications which is true] 

Kier Starmer has hired former Israeli spy UK Labour Party hires former Israeli spy The UK Labour Party has hired a former Israeli spy to help manage its social media, The Electronic Intifada can reveal. Assaf Kaplan will work in the office of Labour leader Keir Starmer, a source with knowledge of the hire said. Kaplan was in Israeli military intelligence for nearly five years, an officer in Unit 8200, its cyberwarfare branch. Unit 8200 specializes in spying, hacking and encryption. It carries out blackmail, mass surveillance and systematic discrimination against Palestinians. In 2014, a group of whistleblowers detailed how the unit spies on Palestinian civilians living under Israeli military occupation. According to his LinkedIn profile, Kaplan was in the Israeli army’s military intelligence division from May 2009 to November 2013. He was a Unit 8200 intelligence analyst and later an officer.

BBC PRACTISING PROPAGANDA January 1926 – Beating Orson Welles' War Of The Worlds Hoax by 12 Years - A Hoax Revolution In London On The Radio – three months before the general strike. Transcribed in ‘Essays in Satire’ book. In January 1926, for one of his regular BBC Radio programmes, Ronald Knox broadcast a pretended live report of revolution sweeping across London entitled Broadcasting from the Barricades. In addition to live reports of persons, including a government minister being lynched, his broadcast cleverly mixed supposed band music from the Savoy Hotel with the hotel's purported destruction by trench mortars. The Houses of Parliament and the clock tower were also said to have been flattened - Holy terror: BBC, 1926, The First Great Radio Hoax - By Paul Slade - “Unemployed demonstration in London. The crowd has now passed along Whitehall and, at the suggestion of Mr Popplebury, Secretary of the National Movement for Abolishing Theatre Queues, is preparing to demolish the Houses of Parliament with trench mortars. [...] The clock tower, 320 feet in height, has just fallen to the ground, together with the famous clock Big Ben, which used to strike the hours on a bell weighing nine tons.” - Ronald Knox, Broadcasting the Barricades, January 16, 1926. “Hundreds of people rang up amazed newspaper offices, asking for details and saying they had heard it from the BBC. In the West of England, rumours were still going round yesterday morning and anxious enquiries were made of the police as to the truth of the report.” - Daily Mirror, January 18, 1926. The first reports came through just after 7:40 on Saturday evening. Listeners to the BBC's fledgling radio service heard the closing words of a talk on Gray's Elegy, then a plummy announcer's voice breaking in with news that an unemployment demonstration in Trafalgar Square had turned violent. The angry demonstrators were already sacking the National Gallery, he said, and they weren't finished yet. It was January 16, 1926, and many listeners must been half-expecting news like this to break any day. Russia's 1917 revolution had left Britain's establishment nervous about proletarian revolt, the First World War had undermined all notions of working class deference and the Labour Party had just adopted Clause IV's call for common ownership. The first half of the 1920s saw the formation of the British Communist Party, two miners' strikes paving the way for a General Strike to come, and the election of the country's first Labour Government. “There were great worries that deference was on the wane,” explains Joanna Bourke, author of Fear: A Cultural History. “And that poor people, the unemployed, were not going to put up with being poor any more.” After a few minutes of live music from the Savoy Hotel's house band, the announcer broke in again. “The unemployed demonstration,” he began. “The crowd is now pouring through the Admiralty Arch, and is advancing towards the back of the Government buildings in Whitehall in a threatening manner.” (1) The crowd had reached the Houses of Parliament, and was preparing to fire trench mortars There followed some reports of demonstrators throwing empty bottles at the ducks in St James's Park, and then a shuffling of papers as fresh reports seemed to arrive on the announcer's desk. “Eh, what's that?” he asked. “One minute, please. From reports which have just come to hand, it appears that Sir Theophilus Gooch, who was on his way to this station, has been intercepted by the remnants of the crowd still collected in Trafalgar Square, and is being roasted alive. [...] He is now being roasted alive by a crowd in Trafalgar Square.” At this, the BBC cut to the Savoy band again. There was another burst of music, and then an announcement that the crowd marching down Whitehall had reached the Houses of Parliament, and were preparing to fire trench mortars at London's most famous landmark. “The clock tower, 320 feet in height, has just fallen to the ground, together with the famous clock Big Ben,” the announcer told astonished listeners. Worse was to come. “One moment, please. Fresh reports, which have just come to hand, announce that the crowd have secured the person of Mr Wotherspoon, the Minister of Traffic, who was attempting to make his escape in disguise. He has now been hanged from a lamp-post in the Vauxhall Bridge Road.” Once again, the BBC patched listeners through to the Savoy's band. But this time the music was quickly interrupted by a loud explosion. “Hello everybody,” the announcer cut in. “London calling. The Savoy Hotel has now been blown up by the crowd. That noise which you heard just now was the Savoy Hotel being blown up by the crowd. [...] One moment, please. The more unruly members of the crowd are now approaching the British Broadcasting Company's London station with a threatening demeanour. One moment, please.” As the rioters reached BBC headquarters, accounts of their progress came to a close, replaced by an hour of assorted music. The BBC's 2LO was then Britain's only radio station, television was still a decade away, and there would be no newspapers until the following day. All over the country, listeners switched off their sets in a stunned silence and tried to digest the information that the nation's art treasures had been looted, Parliament flattened, the Savoy Hotel bombed and a Government minister lynched in the street. For many, their first instinct was to telephone whatever authorities they could think of and demand more information.

ITV Tonight documentary ‘Care Homes: The Long Year Alone’ - the suffering Covid has caused in Care Homes – with the residents, the relatives, and the staff. 

Dr Steven Malthouse, on Bridge City News, in Alberta, Canada – on how effective are masks against Covid. Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance NIH (National Institutes of Health) Revises Treatment Guidelines for Ivermectin for the Treatment of COVID-19 Ivermectin is Now a Treatment Option for Health Care Providers! Jan 14, 2021 – One week after Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Pierre Kory – founding members of the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) – along with Dr. Andrew Hill, researcher and consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO), presented their data before the NIH Treatment Guidelines Panel, the NIH has upgraded their recommen­da­tion and now considers Ivermectin an option for use in COVID-19. Their recommendation has now been upgraded to the same level as those for widely used monoclonal antibodies & convalescent plasma, which is a “neither for nor against” recommen­da­tion. The significance of this change is that the NIH has decided to no longer recommend against the use of ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19 by the nation’s health care providers. A consequence of this change is that ivermectin has now been made a clear therapeutic option for patients. FLCCC Alliance Response to the NIH Guideline Committee Recommendation on Ivermectin use in COVID-19 dated January 14th, 2021 Appearing as a witness on Dec. 8, 2020, before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs­which held a hearing on “Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution”­ Dr. Pierre Kory, President of the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), called for the government to swiftly review the already expansive and still rapidly emerging medical evidence on Ivermectin

Sweden Passes New Laws, But Still Nothing Like A National Lockdown Needed - Coronavirus: Sweden's new COVID lockdown law takes effect Sweden's government, which has long shunned strict curbs, now has the power to act more forcefully to halt the spread of the coronavirus. The new law could be used any day amid a surge in cases. Sweden's new pandemic law allows the government to limit the number of people in shops, businesses and public places Sweden's new emergency lockdown law went into effect on Sunday, granting the government the power to impose coronavirus-related curbs for the first time. The measure comes nearly a year after the Nordic country ruled out the same strict public health measures that were implemented throughout the rest of Europe. Until now, the Swedish government has relied mostly on the public following official health recommendations voluntarily. But lawmakers passed the new pandemic law on Friday, allowing the government to "introduce special restrictions for both certain activities and places," according to a statement on the parliament's website.

Bad reaction to Pfizer vaccine story IMMEDIATELY taken off the Lancashire Post website!  Preston councillor rushed to hospital with severe Covid vaccine side-effects A Preston councillor had to be rushed to hospital after suffering extreme side-effects from his Covid-19 vaccine. The 42-year-old councillor for Plungington, who works full-time for the NHS, spent 24 hours in emergency care last week. Coun Akhtar was among a number of NHS staff to receive the Pfizer/BioNtech jab last Friday (January 8) at the Ryan Medical Centre in Bamber Bridge. But minutes later, as he was sat in the post-vaccine waiting area where patients are monitored for adverse reactions, Coun Akhtar began feeling unwell. "Within 10 minutes, I could tell that my breathing pattern had changed. I was having to dig deeper into my diaphragm to breathe," said Coun Akhtar. "My breathing went and I started to feel a bit nervous and clammy. I wasn't sure what was going on. But I tried to ignore it and told myself it would pass." Feeling uneasy, Coun Akhtar returned home expecting the unpleasant side-effects to soon pass. But his condition rapidly deteriorated. Despite his scare, Preston councillor Pav Akhtar remains positiDespite his scare, Preston councillor Pav Akhtar remains positive about the benefits of the vaccine and has urged others to get vaccinated to help protect themselves and their loved ones. Pic: Pav Akhtar A short time later, he found himself led in a hospital bed in an isolation unit at Royal Preston Hospital where staff suspected he might have Covid-19. "I didn't have an underlying health condition that was expected to trigger a reaction," said Coun Akhtar. "But the flu-like snuffles and muscle ache kicked in, followed by a horrendous fever. When I closed my eyes to lay down I felt like the top of my scalp was melting and sliding down my face. It was horrible. "I was really struggling with my breathing, I was so short of breath. So we called the ambulance and I was taken straight to A&E. The 42-year-old councillor for Plungington, who works full-timeThe 42-year-old councillor for Plungington, who works full-time for the NHS, spent 24 hours in emergency care after suffering severe side-effects from the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine. Pic: Pav Akhtar "My fever remained and the temperature shot up to 40°c. It was this combination of symptoms that made the A&E team suspect that I might have Covid-19 or a reaction to the vaccine. "That was the scariest bit, when they said that they suspected I might have Covid and put me into isolation."

Adverse Reactions To Covid Vaccines – what they are not telling you This blog-post is going to speak for itself in comments from a Facebook Group “Covid-19 Vaccinations, Reactions and Feedback.” The group is very even-handed encouraging comment from those happy to take a vaccine as well as those who have taken a vaccine and had adverse reactions. There is something like a 50/50 balance of comment and it is fair to add that if someone has not had an adverse reaction they are possibly less likely to make a comment. This post is only concentrating on those who have had adverse reactions. Why? Because their stories are not being told in the mainstream. It is legitimate to question the reason for mainstream being so prejudiced in favour of the whole population being vaccinated. With the exception of one the names of people who have made comments have been edited out but all the comments are genuine. They cover the last week or so. First let me share with you the photograph of a screen from a medical computer at a vaccination hospital centre. It is page 11 from 570 pages of logged adverse reactions. Remember this is at one centre and the vaccines have only been administered for little over a month so these are very much short-term reactions. With the above comment I’ve left Andy Pears’ name in because he has a message we should all be listening to and has very bravely taken action to get that message out. Like he says medical personnel who speak out become targets and this blog has covered a few instances including Dr, Mohammad Iqbal Adil and Dr. Pascal Sacre. Those who think the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine is safe should read the ingredients below. It can be oncogenic (cancer-forming) derived from chimpanzee adenovirus and the kidneys of live human embryos. Rachel Celler, a forensic nurse, says they are designed to rewrite the human genome. Read the inserts, she advises. These cancer-laced vaccines are “considered defective and potentially dangerous for human health – in particular the paediatric population who are much more vulnerable to genetic and auto-immune damage. . . “

Syrian Girl - ARCHIVE FROM MARCH 2020 - in March 2020 she is ONE SMART LADY - and was very quick to analyse Covid, in detail, as a PsyOp 

Dr Len Horowitz at AV2 Emerging Viruses, Death in the Air, Globalism, Terrorism & Toxic Warfare Dr Len Horowitz Documenting the failure of public health policies in dealing with the onslaught of chemical, biological, and radiological agents that are waging a war of attrition against humanity. The Bio-tech industry looks to be determined to force GM foods into the global food chain. Are we on the brink of implementing irreversible modification of Human DNA? Dr Leonard G. Horowitz, has been at the forefront of health consciousness and human rights for nearly 30 years. He is famous worldwide for indicting the Anglo-American Military - Medical - Petrochemical - Pharmaceutical cartel for omnicide (i.e. killing everything) and exposing governors and governments for malfeasance, misdirection, and suppression of natural curative medicine and science. Filmed at The Alternative View 2 Event in London - May 2009

Darwin’s grandson Charles Galton Darwin and eugenics - Charles Galton Darwin was director of the National Physical Laboratory during the Second World War and was high-up in the Manhattan Project (one of those super-secret global conspiracies that couldn't possibly exist because "someone would talk"... well, they didn't!) On his retirement, his attention turned to issues of population, genetics and eugenics. His Malthusian tendencies are best described in his 1952 book The Next Million Years: Weaponised endocrinology: “Another type of discovery may be connected with hormones, those internal chemical secretions which so largely regulate the operations of the human body. The artificial use of hormones has already been shown to have profound effects on the behaviour of animals, and it seems quite possible that hormones, or perhaps drugs, might have similar effects on man. For example, there might be a drug, which, without other harmful effects, removed the urgency of sexual desire, and so reproduced in humanity the status of workers in a beehive. Or there might be another drug that produced a permanent state of contentment in the recipient­after all alcohol does something like this already, though it has other disadvantages and is only temporary in its effects. A dictator would certainly welcome the compulsory administration of the “contentment drug” to his subjects.” p. 183 Society as an ants' nest: "Why cannot man set up a community like an ants' nest? This would be the ideal of the anarchist, and hither-to it has held no promise at all of success, but with the help of recent and probable future biological discoveries, some sort of imitation by man of the ants' nest cannot be quite excluded from consideration. Thus the control of the numbers of the two sexes may become possible,and with the knowledge of the various sexual hormones it might also become possible to free the majority of mankind from the urgency of sexual impulse, so that they could live contented celibate lives, instead of the unsatisfied celibate lives that are the compulsory lot of such a large fraction of the present population of the world." p.124 "If these discoveries should be made ­ and this is really by no means impossible ­ man would be able to carry out the sex revolution which is the typical characteristic of the insect civilizations. The detail would of course have to be quite different, for instead of one queen there would have to be large numbers of fertile women to renew me [sic] population, whereas there might be one king, literally the father of his country." p.125 The 'Iron Law' of Oligarchy: “Widespread wealth can never be common in an overcrowded world, and so in most countries of the future the government will inevitably be autocratic or oligarchic; some will give good government and some bad, and the goodness or badness will depend much more on the personal merits of the rulers than it does in a more democratic country.” p.194 “To think of it as possible at other times is a misunderstanding of the function of government in any practical sense of the term. If the only things that a government was required to do were what everybody, or nearly everybody, wanted, there would be no need for the government to exist at all, because the things would be done anyhow; this would be the impracticable ideal of the anarchist. But if there are to be starving margins of population in most parts of the world, mere benevolence cannot suffice. There would inevitably be ill feeling and jealousy between the provinces, with each believing that it was not getting its fair share of the good things, and in fact, it would be like the state of affairs with which we are all too familiar. If then there is ever to be a world government, it will have to function as government do now, in the sense that it will have to coerce a minority – and indeed it may often be a majority – into doing things they do not want to.” p.191 Of course, his children (and grandchildren) went on to overpopulate senior positions in many prominent scientific and political institutions, including the civil service and foreign office...

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