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NewsReal Short: UK Official Stats Reveal How Many People Actually Died From Covid-19

UK Covid deaths ONS Newsreal
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In this NewsReal short, Joe and Niall discuss a recent Freedom of Information request in the UK which revealed the official number of those who died there in 2020 and 2021 from Covid-19. That is, it reveals the 'excess deaths' during the two years of the 'pandemic' - deaths that could not be attributed to other underlying causes.

Dr. John Campbell, a retired senior nurse, broke down the numbers on his YouTube channel, revealing that the true 'death toll from Covid-19' in the UK is lower by a factor of ten than what has hitherto been reported in the media as 'the Covid death toll'.

Not only that, the average age of death of those whose death was actually attributable to Covid-19 is higher than the average age of life expectancy in the UK. Epidemiologically-speaking, there was no pandemic...


Running Time: 00:13:31

Download: MP3 — 9.29 MB


Light Sabers

Clashes at Tajikistan's contested border with Kyrgyzstan, two dead, 'complete ceasefire' agreed

kazakhstan border
© Vladimir Pirogov/Reuters
The Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation has been mediating between the two Moscow-allied countries
Two Tajik civilians have been killed during overnight clashes at Tajikistan's contested border with Kyrgyzstan, where a ceasefire has since been established.

As a result of the latest deadly flare-up, "10 people were injured on the Tajik side, of which six were servicemen and four were civilians," Tajikistan's national security committee said in a statement.

Tajikistan added that the two dead were a man born in 1986 "killed by a mortar shell fired by Kyrgyz soldiers into his yard" and an ambulance driver born in 1964.

Asia Plus, a private Tajik news agency, reported that as many as 17 Tajiks had been injured.

Comment: See also: And check out SOTT radio's: NewsReal: Kazakhstan on Fire: Why US vs Russia 'Great Game' Could Spark Global Economic Collapse




Stock Down

Qatar tells US it's 'maxed out' of LNG, unable to substitute Russian gas if supplies disrupted

LNG gas tanker
© REUTERS/Stringer
FILE PHOTO: A man looks as the world's biggest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tanker DUHAIL as she crosses through the Suez Canal April 1, 2008.
Qatar wouldn't be able to significantly ramp up supplies of natural gas to Europe in the event of any disruption to Russian flows, according to three people familiar with the situation.

U.S. President Joe Biden's administration has spoken to major gas producers, including Qatar, about the possibility of getting more shipments sent to Europe in case a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine interrupts flows. Russia's President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly denied having any plans for an invasion.


Comment: Indeed, Russia has no plans for an invasion of Ukraine, because it would reap little benefit in doing so. However, Russia has made it clear that it will take action to defend itself if the US via its vassal Ukraine threatens its security. Note that Europe is heavily reliant on Russia's Yamal - Europe pipeline and so any disruption would result in Europe, including Ukraine - which has been receiving Russian gas via Germany - struggling to replace one its primary sources of gas.


Qatar, one of the world's biggest exporters of liquefied natural gas, is already producing at full capacity and most of its cargoes are sent to Asia under long-term contracts that it can't break, the people said. The Persian Gulf state doesn't want to compromise those Asian partnerships even if doing so would reap political rewards in Europe and the U.S., they said.


Comment: By redirecting its supplies not only would it leave its Asian customers in a lurch, and potentially harm international production and trade, that is already struggling, but it could be seen as actively facilitating US provocations against Russia.


Comment: See also: Also check out SOTT radio's: NewsReal: Ukraine Gambit - US Attempting to Destroy Russia




Birthday Cake

Tory MP says Johnson was 'ambushed with a cake' on his birthday

conor burns
A Conservative MP's claim that Boris Johnson was "ambushed with a cake" at his birthday gathering held in Downing Street during lockdown has gone down a treat on social media after yet another day of high political drama.

Northern Ireland minister Conor Burns, a long-standing ally of the prime minister, told Channel 4 News on Tuesday evening that the gathering was not a "premeditated" party and that Johnson was working in the room before staff came in and presented him with a birthday cake.

"It was not a premeditated, organised party," he said. "He was, in a sense, ambushed with a cake."

The MP for Bournemouth West added: "They came to his office with a cake, they sang happy birthday, he was there for 10 minutes - I don't think most people looking at that at home would characterise that as a party."

Social media erupted with mockery at Burns' remarks. Nigella Lawson tweeted that the term "ambushed by cake" would make the perfect title for a recipe book.


Comment: And by that token, Bojo was also ambushed with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at the other lockdown parties.


Dollars

The Fed has triggered a stagflationary disaster that will hit hard this year

helicopter money
I don't think I can overstate the danger that the U.S. economy is in right now as we enter 2022. While most people are caught up in the ongoing drama of Covid-19, a REAL threat looms over the nation in the form of a stagflationary tidal wave. The mainstream media is attempting to place the blame on "supply chain disruptions," but this is a misrepresentation of the issue.

The two factors are indeed intertwined, but the reality is that inflation is the cause of supply chain disruptions, not the result of supply chain disruptions. If we look at the underlying stats for price rises in essential products we can get a clearer picture.

Before I get into my argument, I really want to stress that this is a precarious time and I suggest that people prepare accordingly. In just the past few months I have seen personal expenses rise at least 20% overall, and I'm sure it's the same or worse for most of you. Stocking necessities and safe-haven investments with intrinsic value like physical precious metals are a good choice for protecting whatever buying power your dollars have left...

Black Magic

As the sound of war drums grows louder ...the real enemy remains hidden behind the curtain

Biden wwIII
There's good reason to believe the generation now on earth will live to see the breakout of World War III.

Things can always change but right now it appears that war between the superpowers will happen within a matter of months, likely before the November midterm elections.

Why? The video below explains why.


Comment: There is much to suggest that Russia is an enemy of the globalist puppets, but biding one's time and minimizing the damage wrought, is a strategy that requires a bit of subtlety and may not always be so obvious.


Broom

France and European allies urge Mali to let Danish troops stay, but transitional gov't insists on withdrawal

mali soldiers
© Paul Lorgerie, Reuters
File photo: Malian soldiers are pictured during a patrol with soldiers from the new Takuba force near the Niger border in Dansongo Circle, Mali August 23, 2021.
France and 14 other countries urged Mali late on Wednesday to allow Danish special forces to remain in the African country, but its transitional government insisted on an immediate withdrawal.

In response to Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod saying on Tuesday that the troops were there by a "clear invitation," the Malian government said it was surprised because a decision on the Danish request in June to deploy troops was still pending.

"No accord authorizes the deployment of Danish special forces to the Takuba Task Force," the Malian government said in a statement. Norway, Portugal and Hungary are still waiting for approval and have not deployed troops, it added.

Comment: The West's presence in the region is highly problematic taking into account how it has created and even directly supported these very terrorist groups it claims to be fighting:


Whistle

Horowitz: Whistleblowers share DOD medical data that blows vaccine safety debate wide open

Dose prep
© Kenny Holston/NY Times
Dose prepping at Fort Bragg as less than 50% offered the vaccine have accepted it.
Data, transparency, and surveillance. That is what has been missing from the greatest experiment on humans of all time throughout this pandemic. Now, military medical whistleblowers have come forward with what they claim is perhaps the most accurate and revealing data set on vaccine safety one could possibly find.

The pro-pharma politicians and media claim the CDC's pharmacosurveillance tool "VAERS" is not good enough to trigger investigations into the shots because anyone can supposedly submit a vaccine adverse event entry. Thus, all the concerning safety signals from VAERS are being ignored, even though that system was put in place as a consolation to the public for absolving vaccine manufacturers of liability. Well, now some military whistleblowers are coming forward to present data that, if verified, would signal extremely disturbing safety concerns about the vaccine that make the VAERS data look like child's play.

On Monday, during Sen. Ron Johnson's five-hour hearing on a "COVID-19: Second Opinion," Ohio attorney Thomas Renz, who has been representing clients suing the vaccine mandates, presented DOD medical billing data from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) that paints a shockingly disturbing picture of the health of our service members in 2021.

Briefcase

Alaska, Texas governors sue over National Guard vaccine rule

Abbott/Dunleavy
© AP/Mark Theissen/KJN
Texas Governor Greg Abbott • Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has joined Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in seeking to block the US Department of Defense from mandating COVID-19 vaccines for National Guard members who are under state command.

The Pentagon has required COVID-19 vaccination for all service members, including the National Guard and Reserve. Attorneys for the two governors, in an amended lawsuit dated Tuesday, say that when National Guard members are serving the state, the federal government has no command authority. The lawsuit said the mandate is an unconstitutional overstepping of bounds.

The case dealing with Alaska and Texas guard members is an amended version of the challenge filed by Texas earlier this month.

More than 220 members of the Texas Air National Guard and about 40% of Texas Army National Guard members are refusing to be vaccinated for "either religious accommodation needs or otherwise," according to the lawsuit. About 8% of Alaska Air and Army National Guard members have not received a first dose of any COVID-19 vaccine and of these members, "more than 90% have requested a medical or religious exemption, yet no such exemptions have been granted. A small number of additional Alaska National Guard members are refusing any COVID-19 vaccine."

The lawsuit names as defendants President Joe Biden, the Department of Defense and military officials.

Padlock

Authoritarian madness: The slippery slope from lockdowns to concentration camps

Auschwitz
© Pawel Sawicki/Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum Musealia
Posts and barbed wire at Auschwitz
"All the Dachaus must remain standing. The Dachaus, the Belsens, the Buchenwald, the Auschwitzes — all of them. They must remain standing because they are a monument to a moment in time when some men decided to turn the Earth into a graveyard. Into it they shoveled all of their reason, their logic, their knowledge, but worst of all, their conscience. And the moment we forget this, the moment we cease to be haunted by its remembrance, then we become the gravediggers."
— Rod Serling, Deaths-Head Revisited
In the politically charged, polarizing tug-of-war that is the debate over COVID-19, we find ourselves buffeted by fear over a viral pandemic that continues to wreak havoc with lives and the economy, threats of vaccine mandates and financial penalties for noncompliance, and discord over how to legislate the public good without sacrificing individual liberty.

The discord is getting more discordant by the day.

Just recently, for instance, the Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board suggested that government officials should mandate mass vaccinations and deploy the National Guard "to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere."

In other words, lock up the unvaccinated and use the military to determine who gets to be "free."

These tactics have been used before.

Comment: The contamination is not of the body, it is by way of the authoritarian mind.