Adverse effects of CCP Virus vaccine increase in youths aged 12 to 17

News 06/08/21, 16:50

According to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the increase in reports of adverse events following Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19) vaccines, particularly among 12- to 17-year-olds, has increased markedly. According to The Defender, this data comes directly from reports submitted to the Vaccine ...

Foreign journalists to be tracked by GPS during Tokyo Olympics

Asia & Pacific 06/08/21, 16:23

On Tuesday, June 8, Tokyo Olympics director Seiko Hashimoto said foreign journalists attending to cover the event will have their movements monitored by GPS and their passes will be cancelled if they do not comply with the rules, AFP reported.  Organizers are expecting around 6,000 reporters to attend and say they ...

Death and injury numbers post COVID-19 vaccine still rising to 13k and 1.3m cases

News 06/08/21, 03:06

A multinational authority that evaluates and supervises medicinal products recorded more than 1 million injuries and over 13,000 deaths of people immunized against the deadly disease. On May 31, Netherlands-based EudraVigilance received nearly 1.2 million reports of injuries, and almost 12,200 fatalities, from suspected adverse reactions to multiple Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ...

US experts: COVID-19 must be artificial based on its ‘rare’ genome

U.S. 06/08/21, 02:39

COVID-19 as a reprisal from nature on humans was impossible, according to two American experts on Sunday, who said that its rare genome combination could not be found naturally on any coronavirus. Dr. Steven Quay and Richard Muller said that “damning science” suggests COVID-19 is a product of a souped-up virus ...

Microsoft blames removal of ‘Tank Man’ photos on ‘human error’

U.S. 06/07/21, 16:50

Photographs and clips of "Tank Man" were removed worldwide from Bing, Microsoft's search engine, on Friday, the 32nd anniversary of pro-democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. The term "Tank Man" is widely used to refer to an anonymous person who was notably photographed standing in front of tanks at Tiananmen Square ...

Cyber-attacks: ‘They can shut down the energy grid’ admitted Energy Secretary

U.S. 06/07/21, 16:15

Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Energy Secretary, admitted the vulnerability of the country's extensive power grid, which like other essential industries and activities, is exposed to cyber-attacks.  Granholm claimed that the nation's enemies could shut down the power grid and that thousands of attacks on the sector are being recorded, according to the ...

‘Belt and Road’ slavery: More blood on Chinese Communist Party’s hands

Politics 06/07/21, 02:28

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) usually projects an image of itself as “loveable, trustable, admirable.” Boasting of its "growth record" post-pandemic or “jump” in the gross domestic product is the party’s latest attempt to build a glossy reality. Unfortunately, however, it does not appear to be the case. In fact, in ...

City mayor awards Falun Dafa for decades of rapid growth and resilience

New York 06/07/21, 00:15

A Republican from the U.S. Western Pacific Commonwealth island recognized one of the world's fastest-growing meditation movements for flourishing despite suffering decades of persecution. The Municipality of Saipan has awarded a special plaque to help mark their 22-year anniversary of World Falun Dafa Day. "This plaque of recognition of the 22nd year ...