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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…]

Sarah Everard, 33  vanished as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on 3 March

Aggressive Police Protest Response Brings Fresh Scrutiny to Police Crime Bill

The heavy-handed police response to protestors who held a vigil for 33-year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard has sparked a national debate over the Police, Crime, Sentencing, and Courts Bill, (also sometimes referred to as the Crime Bill or Police Crime Bill). The Bill places further limitations over the right to protest and peaceful vigils. Following the police response to vigils[Read More…]

Residents in New York and Washington have been offered joints in exchange for jabs

Residents offered marijuana joints in exchange for jabs

Poorer residents in the Bronx, New York have been offered cannabis joints, in exchange for Covid-19 jabs. The group “Joints for Jabs” handed out J’s in Union Square Park to adults who had an official vaccine card as part of a nationwide vaccination drive.  While some mass vaccination clinics have begun to close, and smaller sites at some unusual locations[Read More…]

Harvard scientists announced that they were using geoengineering to dim the sun

US should pledge $100m to Dim The Sun, New Report Urges

A $100 million geoengineering research programme to ‘dim the sun’ has been proposed. In a new report, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, said that the US should dedicate between $100m (£73m) to $200m over five years to better understand the feasibility of interventions to dim the sun in order to fight climate change. It recommended interventions designed[Read More…]

UK Government Admits To Secretly Testing New Tool To Store Web Browsing History of UK Citizens

UK Government Admits To Secretly Testing New Tool To Store Web Browsing History of UK Citizens

If you live in the UK, the chances are that you have heard about the Investigatory Powers Act, which is also known as the Snooper’s Charter.  The Investigatory Powers Act was unfortunately passed in 2016 and allows the government to spy on internet activity, phone records and enables public bodies to grant themselves access to these personal details with no[Read More…]