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German Residents Forced to Stay Inside 2 Tower Blocks

German Residents Forced to Stay Inside 2 Tower Blocks

Dozens of people were forced to remain inside 2 German tower blocks due to one person testing positive for the Indian variant, it has been revealed. Of the 189 residents tested, 19 tested positive, but all were forced into compulsory quarantine after surge testing was introduced.  It is not yet clear whether any of those people are infected with the[Read More…]

Dead Children Found at Canadian School

Dead Children Found at Canadian School

The remains of 215 children have been found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in Canada. the school was set up for indigenous, native- American children, it has been revealed. Some of those children were as young as three years old, it has been revealed. The children were students at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia that closed[Read More…]

Coronavirus Act: Arbitrary Detentions, Forced Medication, Unexplained Deaths, Mass Surveillance and More

Coronavirus Act: Arbitrary Detentions, Forced Medication, Unexplained Deaths, Mass Surveillance and More

Forced medication…no investigation into suspicious deaths, compulsory detention of anyone – including children – for an indeterminate time…it all sounds like a scenario from a bad dystopian movie doesn’t it? However, all of the above have been included as part of the Coronavirus Act, which was signed into law on March 25th. Although it is called the Coronavirus Bill, it[Read More…]

Victims to be criminally investigated during prosecutions

Victims to be criminally investigated during prosecutions

Multiple crime victims have found themselves on the wrong side of a police investigation when authorities have used their power not only to prosecute the perpetrators but to meddle in the victim’s life affairs as well. With the excuse of avoiding a mistrial, British police insist on asking for digital disclosure -handing over computers, phones, and passwords- to the victims.[Read More…]

UK government creates laws to fast-track fracking and bypass public consent

UK government creates laws to fast-track fracking and bypass public consent

The government has pressed ahead with its plans to do more fracking in Blackpool, despite widespread protests. The government has launched two consultations to fast-track fracking bids. People have until October 25 to take part. One proposal is to allow shale gas exploration schemes to go-ahead without the need for a planning application by turning them into a “permitted development.”[Read More…]