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BIOTERRORISM at the highest levels: U.S. government caught targeting “red” states with deadlier batches of covid vaccines

(Natural News) A deep analysis of VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) data shows that “red” states – meaning those that align politically as being more conservative – are getting hit the hardest by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” deaths. In what appears to be a politically motivated genocide, the powers that be (i.e., the pharmaceutical…

10 Steps to Address Memory Loss in Others

10 Steps to Address Memory Loss in Others

Alzheimer’s disease often hides in plain sight, and certain behaviors such as struggling with participating in conversations, isolating oneself and forgetting familiar tasks can indicate memory loss. Noticing these changes in friends, family or others can be difficult, and though it’s natural to be uncertain about how to offer support, it’s important to understand these…

Upgrade Your Winter Skin Goals

Upgrade Your Winter Skin Goals

Get ready to glow. This iconic gentle exfoliator is a water-based alternative to traditional physical exfoliants and contains 91% Activated Hydrogen Water. It’s so gentle that makes it great for all winter skin issues including sensitive skin. Cure Aqua Gel Highlights: Gently removes dead skin cells · Leaves skin smoother, brighter, and more even-toned ·…

Inflationgate exposed

Inflationgate exposed

Inflationgate exposed: For the time being, my pandemic rants are over. But it isn’t just on Covid-19 that the narratives are shifting. It is also concerned with inflation. And, like with Covid-19, the mainstream media has turned on its masters. Boaz Shoshan and John Butler, two of my Southbank Live colleagues, have been covering more…

How to prevent cognitive decline

How to prevent cognitive decline

Physical activity, nutrition and cognitively stimulating activities are all known to be good ways to prevent cognitive decline such as  Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. And older adults at risk can access a variety of lifestyle services to that end, including diet regimes and exercises for their body and mind. Now an international team of researchers…

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