Google plays God* you're safer unjabbed* radio being killed by propaganda* call for whistleblowers
The Digital Digest
By Oliver May
ANYONE who still believes “they wouldn’t do that” should know that tech giants Google have taken it upon themselves to remove search results for the group American Frontline Doctors.
The group has been consistently trying to save lives during the course of the pandemic, highlighting treatment such as ivermectin, the cheap anti-parasitic drug which has more than 40 years of safety data and indeed won the Nobel prize in this regard.
But Google has decided to play judge and jury, saying: “Your site appears to violate our medical content policy and contains content primarily aimed at providing medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment for commercial purposes. Nor do we allow content from any site that contradicts or runs contrary to scientific or medical consensus and evidence-based best practices.
Does Google believe there is only one “Science”? Does Google believe more than 40 years safety data is not “evidence based”? Does Google believe blatant censorship of life-saving treatment will help save lives or limit people’s options to those of only Big Pharma?
Perhaps we should Google it.
DATA from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows you are safer not having a Covid jab.
The Daily Sceptic has published findings from the weekly UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Report which shows that infection rates in those who have been triple jabbed remain the highest, except for individuals under 18 or over 80. It says that for people under 18 data is showing decreasing vaccine protection, with not much change in its performance for over 80s.
The Daily Sceptic reports: “The triple vaccinated aged 18-70 have around triple the risk of infection compared to the unvaccinated.”
And it added: “The protection offered by the vaccines against death perhaps shows the most worrying trend, with a rather significant downwards slope deeper into negative territory for one or two doses of vaccine, and a lower but nevertheless prominent slide in vaccine effectiveness for those triple jabbed.”
RADIO in Britain is being ruined by incessant Government propaganda via adverts for the Covid jab.
And the reason it is propaganda is because it is using actors to convince listeners they need to have a medical procedure in order to access certain parts of society.
One abhorrent example is Kiss FM, a station aimed at today’s older teens and people in their 20s. NHS adverts are peppered throughout the day, with young, cool-sounding youngsters, complete with music in the background, saying how they got boosted because they did not want to get ill; how they got boosted in order to go on holiday. Joyous voices in the background say things such as, “Oh, I haven’t seen you for ages”, the connotation being that, once boosted, normality is your oyster.
Well, living life depending on whether you have taken a booster jab is nothing like ‘normality’.
According to the University of Stockholm, figures used and quoted by all three founders of the Great Barrington Declaration, the youth in this particular age group are at 0.0963 per cent risk of suffering severe complications from Covid-19 infection. This is before factoring in natural immunity which, as News Uncut has reported countless times, has been found to be superior to any immunity provided by the jab.
The only significant risk of death now appears to be that of British radio.
IMAGINE companies banning an app because they fear it would lead to the “opening of Pandora’s Box”.
At News Uncut, we call that kind of thing ‘censorship’. But that is exactly what has happened so far with the Haya app, which allow people to make contact with organisations anonymously.
Some companies have banned its use because of the fear disgruntled employees would share their stories.
So from today onwards, you will see a banner with a QR code at the bottom of our newsletters.
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