Door-to-door jabs floated, media protest deceptions and more | ATG

TOTT News highlights some notable content that has recently been released, including media deceptions, the COVID dystopia, vaccine agenda, clown world and more.

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MEDIA DECEPTIONS

Protest Edition

1) – Man punches a horse..
Or did he really?

NSW Police have posted a photograph to social media which appears to show a protester at Saturday’s freedom rally punching a police horse in the face.

Don’t believe media spin. Watch the footage for yourself.

Police Accused of “Fake News”:
Video Emerges of Man “Punching” Horse

By Caldron Pool.

2) – Officer covered with ink..
What is the full story?

A police officer was splattered in ink by anti-lockdown protesters after attempting to arrest a man walking past him. The media ran with this story to highlight the ‘violence’ of rallies.

However, they missed some very key points from this story:

3) – Protesters are ‘selfish’ and ‘had no good’ reason.
Is this really the case?

Our political class cannot comprehend why people who have been locked in their homes for the better part of two years took to the streets in the middle of a pandemic.

Let us help..

Protests? Whatever for?

By James Macpherson.


COVID DYSTOPIA

1) – Door-to-door jabs are being floated for Sydney.
Is this the next step?

John le Bon explores..

This is also being floated in the United States..

2) – Sydney continues to be targeted..

Current lockdowns witnessed in New South Wales are marked by officers taking an overbearing approach to enforcing their newfound powers.

Heavy-handed COVID Policing:
The Discriminatory Sweep of Southwestern Sydney

A Sense of Place Magazine.

3) – Mothers are being left alone..

All visitors, including partners visiting newborn babies, are banned from visiting wards, including at Westmead, Parramatta and Blacktown hospitals.

Partners feeling ‘helpless’ after
being banned from visiting newborns

By Amy Greenbank.

4) – The corona toll on the Third World..

There was a dramatic worsening of world hunger in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions.

A multi-agency report estimates that around a tenth of the global population – up to 811 million people – were undernourished last year.

Pandemic year marked by spike in world hunger

By International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).

5) – A glimpse into the future

There has been backlash in China after the government moves to ban unvaccinated people from public spaces, including schools, hospitals and shopping centres.

The new edicts covering nearly two dozen cities and counties have sparked an online fallout.

‘You are forcing us’: Anger as China threatens
to ban unvaccinated adults from public spaces

By Jason Fang.

6) – Multicultural communities ‘get it’, authorities not impressed

Advocates are calling on governments to work with local community leaders to combat a range of concerns and ‘misconceptions’ about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Culturally and linguistically diverse communities have a large vaccine hesitancy rate and do not consider the virus “a clear and present danger”.

‘Big wake-up call’: Authorities urged to tackle COVID-19
vaccine misinformation in diverse communities

By Naveen Razik.

7) – APEC leaders have ’emergency meeting’

Pacific Rim leaders vowed to ramp up the production and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines Friday at an emergency virtual meeting to develop an action plan that will contain the global pandemic.

The unprecedented talks brought together heads of state from the 21-nation Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) group, including Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

APEC leaders vow to ramp up distribution
of COVID-19 vaccines at emergency meeting

By ABC News.


#CLOWNWORLD

1) – Health advice goes full blown lunacy

The top health official for New South Wales has called for a new level of social-distancing inhumanity: not having conversations with other people.

NSW health official tells Australians to refrain
from TALKING to people to blunt spread of COVID-19

By RT.

2) – One rule for you, another rule for them.

As government ‘officials’ wrap up their daily press conference with the lamestream media, Brad Hazzard shows us all exactly what he thinks of mask rules:

Timestamp added.

Almost as silly as when the New South Wales ‘chief health officer’ recently temporarily stopped a COVID-19 press conference to use her face mask to wipe her eye:

What a time to be alive!

4) – Say that again?

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is “the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights”.

Yet, do they actually live up to this claim?

Canadian Museum of Human Rights Open to the Fully Vaccinated…
Read that Headline Again.

By General Maddox.

5) – They are protesting you..

Perhaps the most amusing video to emerge this week. Dan’s response to the protests.

What a clown show..


FEATURES

1) – Gates Foundation and the ‘Green Revolution’

Groups have called out the neo-colonial dynamics of Gates Foundation funding for Africa. 

These critics say the foundation and other private donors, investors, agribusiness corporations and Western governments are pushing a false narrative that Africa’s farmers need to buy patented seeds and agrichemicals developed by Western corporations in order to produce enough food.

Critiques of Gates Foundation agricultural interventions in Africa

By U.S. Right to Know.

3) – The Big Pharma Cult

Despite living longer, obesity, depression, dementia, increased cancer and other morbidities mean that Westerners are now less healthy than just a few generations ago.

Big Pharma pathologises minor ailments and makes people dependent on drugs instead of encouraging the use of natural alternatives.

The Sickness Industry:
How Big Pharma Invents Crises & Normalises Dependency

By New Dawn Magazine.

3) – The Transhuman Vision

Aldous Huxley wrote the novel, After Many a Summer Dies the Swan, in 1939.

The novel is about a wealthy tycoon, Jo Stoyte, who pays for the research of a quack scientist named Doctor Obispo to find the secret of immortality.

This story is eerily similar to projects undertaken by billionaire tycoons in Silicon Valley

When Silicon Valley doesn’t want to die

By Richard Antall.


FROM THE ARCHIVES

Highlighted Piece

A very interesting piece found in the TOTT archives..

Published in 2013!

“Australian researchers are joining forces with scientists overseas to prepare for the next human pandemic..”

An article that was definitely overlooked at the time, but now the picture is very clear.

We can all see what they were ‘preparing’ for.

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6 comments on “Door-to-door jabs floated, media protest deceptions and more | ATG”

  1. “Health advice goes full blown lunacy”…an apt title for one of the segments. Although I suppose that’s been the case from the start of the coronahoax. Pretty ordinary suggestion from Andrew Clavell, the Sky News reporter, viz “Send in the Army + NSW Health to vaxx the 200,000 Fairfield residents while they’re locked up”. With Clavell gone full-blown medical fascist, Sky is left with just Cory Bernardi, Rowan Dean and [usually] Alan Jones to raise doubts about the Covax. Andrew is now in the running for my next Quaxling of the Week award, along with Janet Albrechtsen and Katrina Grace Kelly of “The Australian”, telling us yesterday we have to all get quaxxed or be excluded from society. And I used to usually like their conservative-based commentary. But now they reveal themselves as mere MSM presstitutes. The Covax coercion has reached fever pitch!

    I was wondering why on earth JLB has based himself in Bulgaria of all places? We nearly got robbed there (on the night train from Bucharest to Sofia) in 1997, but now it sounds as if its freer and a happier place to be than Ozcatraz…not hard, I guess.

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