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Pharmafiles News 🍍 September 1, 2023 🍍 Fighting Back
Twitter's attack on free speech, MHRA's Censorship and the Misinformation Quandary, Unexplained Deaths continue to accelerate, Japan’s sudden acknowledgement in vaccine related death, etc
Greetings, esteemed readers, and welcome to my most recent news commentary. In response to X's (formerly Twitter) recent maneuvers, which appear to restrict free speech, I've embarked on a mission to counter the shadowy forces that seek to shape the narrative. Join me as I bring you the daily news that truly matters. So, sit back and let's delve deeper into the significant topics of the day.
🍍 X (formerly known as Twitter) attack on free speech
X, the platform previously known as Twitter, is capturing attention for all the wrong reasons. Recent catchy marketing slogans such as "Lawful but Awful" and "Freedom of speech but not freedom of reach" have ignited a firestorm of controversy, prompting questions about the Elon Musk’s commitment to safeguarding freedom of expression. The Highwire, a prominent live broadcasting channel on X, found itself at the epicenter of these concerns when one of its videos was unceremoniously banned for critiquing X's censorship policies. Del Bigtree, the influential voice behind The Highwire, provides a firsthand account of a noticeable decline in engagement on X in recent weeks, shedding light on the complex dynamics of online conversations.
Russell Brand, a perceptive commentator on these matters, shares his insights, emphasizing how advertisers like Pfizer and Moderna might view specific critiques of their products as "lawful but awful." This underscores the emergence of new forms of censorship that disrupt the organic flow of conversations.
🍍 MHRA's Censorship and the Misinformation Quandary
Our expedition into the labyrinth of censorship continues with the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). This government body has recently earned its place under the scrutinizing spotlight for a rather peculiar choice.
You see, they've taken to Twitter to block individuals who dared to utter claims of experiencing COVID vaccine-related injuries. A bold move, indeed! It's almost like trying to sweep the dust under the rug but forgetting that Twitter is a very public rug.
The narrative takes an intriguing twist with Bob Fiddaman's seemingly innocuous tweet, extending an invitation to those blocked by MHRA to reach out to him. To everyone's astonishment, Bob himself was subsequently blocked by MHRA.
In response, he filed a Freedom of Information (FOI) Request, seeking the inner workings of MHRA's Twitter moderation policy. The response he received shines a light on the agency's strategy to combat misinformation. The response he received was nothing short of illuminating. MHRA's grand strategy, it appears, is to hide content on the platform "to prevent conversations from escalating."
This revelation sparks a pressing question: Who holds the almighty scepter to distinguish between what's misinformation and disinformation? And what ramifications does this hold for the fundamental principle of freedom of speech?
Ah, the days when conversations and debates were cherished! It's fascinating to compare these two clips:
November 22, 1990 - Margaret Thatcher’s Last Stand Against Socialism
But today, instead of lively debates, people tend to shy away from "controversial topics," as seen in this clip when Andrew Bridgen raised vaccination issues in the UK Parliament on March 17, 2023.
Andrew Bridgen bringing up vaccination problems in the UK Parliament - Mar 17, 2023
How far the world has fallen in just three decades!
🍍 Unexplained Deaths continue to accelerate
Shifting to a more somber note, we pause to pay tribute to the recent tragedies involving seemingly healthy and young individuals. American fitness model, Ahmo Kathleen Hight's passing at the age of 50 remains veiled in mystery. [SOURCE]
Likewise, Larissa Borges, a 33-year-old Instagram fitness influencer, faced the devastating ordeal of a double cardiac arrest, eventually succumbing after a week-long struggle in a coma. [SOURCE]
The heart-wrenching narratives persist with the loss of Yahshua Robinson. Just 12 years old, Yahshua was participating in physical education activities at Canyon Lake Middle School in Lake Elsinore when he suddenly collapsed and became unresponsive. Tragically, he went into cardiac arrest and did not survive.
In another unfortunate event, a 13-year-old boy lost his life after experiencing a brain aneurysm during a middle school football practice in Texas. Julio Oliveira, a student at Carroll Middle School, passed away on Friday, August 25, just a day after fainting during the morning practice. This distressing news was shared through a GoFundMe campaign and an email communication from the school principal to parents. [SOURCE]
Shifting gears to another noteworthy development, Dubai International Airport found itself at the center of attention as it encountered three separate heart-related incidents involving passengers. What's truly astonishing is that all of these events unfolded within a mere 24-hour span. Among these cases, one passenger faced a heart attack, while two others battled cardiac arrest. [SOURCE]
While these stories provide anecdotal insights, the overarching question remains: What is driving such a surge in sudden, unexpected fatalities among young individuals?
What we know is that Excess Non-Covid Natural Cause Death just breached the 600,000 mark in the United States alone, which is way higher than COVID weekly death during the pandemic and it seems that this trend is not slowing down anytime soon.
🍍 Japan’s sudden acknowledgement in vaccine related death
Japan's recent and sudden acknowledgment of a significant number of vaccine-related deaths has caught the attention of many. They reported 54 fatalities in August 2023, bringing the total vaccine related deaths to 201.
Currently, there are over 4,000 pending reviews of vaccine-related deaths, and approximately 80% of these reviewed cases have received approval.
Australia, with its population of 25 million, graciously acknowledging a mere 14 vaccine-related deaths. And then there's Singapore, the modest one in the room, with just 2 vaccine-related deaths amidst its 5 million population.
These notable disparities undeniably leave us contemplating the inconsistency within government reporting. Is it merely a consequence of incompetence, or might there be a touch of concealment at play? It's a riddle that beckons to be solved.
It's quite remarkable how governments worldwide mandated the administration of experimental mRNA vaccines. Yet, the current scenario feels akin to a complex game of the prisoner's dilemma, with everyone waiting to see who will be the first to deviate from the established narrative.
🍍 Australian Government U-Turns on Vaccination Policies
Amid the sobering news, there is a glimmer of hope. The Australian government has executed a significant policy shift, opting to abandon vaccine mandates for healthcare workers in Queensland following a government review.
Furthermore, vaccination mandates and mask requirements for passengers embarking on cruise ships from New South Wales (NSW) ports are being lifted. [SOURCE]
Additionally, discussions are afoot regarding an imminent pandemic inquiry in Australia, coinciding with Queensland's decision to abandon vaccine mandates.
Is there a shift underway? Have the toll of deaths and the wake of destruction finally roused a critical mass from their slumber? Or, is all of this merely a theatrical performance?
🍍 Will Singapore elect a WEF Official as their President today?
Now, let's cast our attention to Singapore's Presidential Election, which unfolds today on September 1, 2023. Tharman Shamugaratnam, a prominent figure from the World Economic Forum who had previously championed global vaccination efforts, is vying for the role of President in Singapore. This election serves as a litmus test, probing whether the public's sentiments have undergone a transformation or if the established consensus remains steadfast.
Reports emerging from the streets paint a picture of growing unrest, infusing this election with an added layer of significance. It stands as a pivotal moment in Singaporean politics, and we'll be closely monitoring the results, eager to discern whether the public has become more discerning regarding the influence of these self-appointed elites from the WEF.
Signing off for now
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