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(NaturalHealth365) With more than 54 million doses of the COVID shot administered in the country, approximately 68.6% of the Canadian population is considered “fully vaccinated,” although this could change depending on booster shot rollouts.
Now, less than a year into the controversial jab rollout and subsequent mandates, hundreds of people within the province of Ontario alone have developed a potentially dangerous and costly health condition after their Moderna or Pfizer injection.
“I don’t see how anyone can look at lockdown and say there was successful policy,” said Bhattacharya. “We have had lockdowns in country after country after country. I don’t think by any measure you can call them a success.”
(NaturalHealth365) The economic and psychological fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns took a devastating toll on the lives and livelihood of millions of people around the world. In America, unemployment rates skyrocketed, businesses faltered and closed (many permanently), and people struggled with increasing rates of mental illness and social isolation. All the while, mainstream media went into high gear, terrorizing the American public with doom and gloom headlines, and public “health” officials gaslit the entire country into believing that a mass-produced shot featuring brand-new gene therapy technology was the only ticket back to “normal.”
Due to implementation of social isolation, people across the globe are experiencing loneliness and are feeling isolated. Japan has also experienced an increase in suicide cases owing to the same reason. To overcome this situation, the Govt. of Japan has appointed a Cabinet Minister as ‘MINISTER OF LONELINESS’ to address this concern.
In his report to the General Assembly of the UN on October 15, Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer delivered an incisive and damning indictment of the human propensity for self-deception and denial, citing these attributes as contributing to the prevalence of torture. He discussed how these innate propensities paved the way for denial that torture was taking place and for compartmentalization of one’s own participation in hurting other people. While applauding the normative structure of society and law in terms of “official” prohibitions against torture, Melzer unequivocally stated that these structures were not sufficient in stopping torture, given the human tendency towards self-interest and self-protection, and discussed how this tendency rears up in fear-based societies.
(NaturalHealth365) The first signs of dementia are subtle: irritability, short-temperedness, and small changes in personality that grow increasingly acute. The full-blown symptoms are anything but subtle: a loss of short and long-term memory, inability to reason, a lack of emotional control, confusion, disorientation.
Roughly 50 million people live with dementia. Experts have predicted the disease to be “the biggest health crisis of our time” and the 21st century’s leading killer.