Dr. Carl Heneghan has an interesting view on the pandemic, not only is he a professor of evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, he also works Saturday shifts as an emergency GP. This allows him to see healthcare from both the academic perspective as well as the healthcare experience, more specifically, it allows him to see…Most Diabetic, Heart Disease & Alzheimer’s Deaths Categorized As “Covid” Deaths (UK) — Collective Evolution
- The Facts: The Finnish Prime Minister has withdrawn recent COVID-19 lockdown proposals because they have been deemed unconstitutional by a constitutional law committee.
- Reflect On: When things are not as black and white as government and mainstream media make them out to be, should recommendations be made instead of authoritarian mandates?
By Riks | March 29, 2021
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Lets talk about it: My first week in Sweden, March 30, 2021
This is the first show of Lets talk about it, please give some feedback on what you think about it! Eva talks about what she experienced during her first week in Sweden. Among other things about the brutal act of violence in Vetlanda where the Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven quickly dismissed the immigration link to the act even though it was an Afghan migrant who did it. And what are the differences between Sweden’s open society strategy and the lockdown strategy of the Netherlands?
Sweden once the lands of the Vikings now the land of Social Democrats.
- The Facts: A recent report by Oxfam is one of many to explain how the world’s wealthiest people have seen their wealth grow substantially since the beginning of the pandemic, while most others have suffered greatly as a result of the pandemic.
- Reflect On: Why is money always presented as a problem or a solution? Does humanity have the potential to move beyond such a system and thrive? Do we have solutions to our issues? Is the problem that many solutions threaten government/corporate greed/control?
GreatGameIndia – February 1, 2021
A major lawsuit has been filed against the PM of Denmark for strict COVID-19 restrictions and for killing almost 17 million minks.
- The Facts: Thousands of restaurants appear to have opened in Italy in defiance of the country’s strict coronavirus lockdown regulations.
- Reflect On: Are governments doing the right thing? What does the data about lockdowns say? Is it causing more harm than good? Is it having any impact at all on the spread of COVID-19? What are and have been the consequences of lockdown?
Collective Evolution | By Arjun Walia – January 1, 2021
The Facts: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, MD, PhD, from the Stanford University School of Medicine wrote an article for The Hill titled “Facts, not fear, will stop the pandemic.” In it, he outlines the detrimental impact of lockdown and why it’s not necessary.
Reflect On: Why is there such a large divide between so many doctors and scientists with regards to the response to the pandemic? Why is one side constantly ridiculed and censored by Big Tech companies? Should governments have the authority to mandate lockdowns?
Collective Evolution – December 27, 2020
- The Facts: The American Institute for Economic Research recently shared some information that calls into question the effectiveness of lockdown measures for combating COVID.
- Reflect On: Are we doing more harm than the virus by implementing lockdowns? Are governments representing the will of the people and talking with independendent scientists/experts who oppose the measures being taken? Why are these experts ignored/unacknowledged?
We are currently in the “second wave” of COVID, and almost a year into the pandemic that’s seen government health authorities shut down entire countries and mandate masks as well as social distancing. Many doctors and scientists have been raising a number of concerns that completely oppose these measures that’ve been taken to combat the virus. One great examples is The Great Barrington Declaration, which I’ve written about before. It was initiated by Dr. Martin Kulldorff, professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist, Dr. Sunetra Gupta, professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor at Stanford University Medical School a physician and epidemiologist. It has an impressive list of co-signers and has also been signed by more than 50,000 doctors and scientists.
- The Facts: Below is an interview with renowned scientist Dr.Sucharit Bhakdi discussing the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s one of many scientists who believe measures being taken to combat the virus are completely unnecessary and very harmful in many ways.
- Reflect On: Why are so many doctors and scientists who oppose the mainstream narrative being censored by social media platforms, ridiculed, and labelled “conspiracy theorists?” What’s going on here?
Read more & video(1:01:17): “Are We Being Told the Truth About COVID-19? | Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi” via — Collective Evolution
- The Facts: 22 researchers have put out a paper explaining why, according to them, it’s quite clear that the PCR test is not effective in identifying COVID-19 cases. As a result we may be seeing a significant amount of false positives.
- Reflect On: Why are we being discouraged to ask certain questions and share certain information that calls into question the official mainstream narrative about this pandemic?
What Happened: A recent publication titled “Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR” recently published in the Journal Eurosurveillance has come under fire by 22 scientists/independent researchers. The publication claims that the RT-qPCR tests used for detecting COVID-19 is quite robust and a useful tool, but the independent publication presents a number of scientific and methodological “blemishes” that has them confident “that the editorial board of Eurosurveillance has no other choice but to retract the publication.”