Back in March, a alarmist report by UK government advisor Neil Ferguson proved instrumental in plunging the world into a panic-driven state of lockdown. Find out why the methods he used to arrive at his alarmist figures were rubbish, and how he was finally brought down by his outrageous hypocrisy.
An Australian virologist associated with the diabolical World Economic Forum insists there is no false-positive problem with PCR tests, which are the main form of testing for COVID-19. He’s wrong.
The majority of COVID-19 tests are conducted in a manner that will dramatically inflate the number of false positives.
Thanks to the global scam that is COVID-19, Australia has been transformed back into a giant, dystopian prison island. The rapid onset of totalitarianism here in Australia should serve as a dire warning to the rest of the world not to succumb to the preorchestrated coronavirus hysteria.
In late 2016, one of the world’s best triathletes switched to a low-carbohydrate diet. It was an unmitigated disaster – he experienced some of the worst performances of his career, and also struggled mentally. Luckily, the story has a happy ending.
Mainstream media outlets have been vigorously pooh-poohing Trump’s claims of election fraud, but a number of serious anomalies have arisen that demand explanation. Allowing non-postmarked ballots in the key state of Pennsylvania also leaves the door wide open for potential fraud.
Well, it’s now ten months into the shit-show that is 2020, and COVID-19 is still the biggest news story around. Lockdowns and travel bans are still in place around the world, even though studies repeatedly show the ‘deadly’ virus is in fact very benign. While infection fatality rate estimates continue to decline, mental illness, domestic violence, self-harm and suicide are all on the rise.
Along with carb-paranoia and veganism, one of the more popular diet trends in recent times is “intermittent fasting” (IF). Long time readers will know the concept leaves me cold; the research to back all the lavish claims made for IF simply doesn’t exist. More research has emerged indicating IF is not all it’s cracked up to be, in the form of a recent randomized clinical trial that studied the effect of IF in middle-aged participants.