Poland finds skeletons of 3 nuns murdered by Soviets

The nuns were working as nurses in World War II. The skeletons of three nuns murdered by Russian soldiers near the end of World War II have been found in northern Poland. Archaeologists discovered religious habits, rosaries and crucifixes with the bodies of Sister Rolanda (Maria Abraham), Sister Gunhilda (Dorota Steffen) and Sister Bona (Anna Pestka) who had served at the Marian Hospital in Olsztyn, not far from the northern port city of Gdansk. ...

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“I march for my mother who wasn’t allowed see her dying sister”: Cork anti-lockdown protest hears 

Crowds have protested in Cork city against the continued lockdown, despite Garda checkpoints seeking to turn back demonstrators and warnings that those attending could face fines.  Protestors gathered in Patrick’s Street in the city centre and heard from speakers including Peter O’Donoghue, who said he was marching for his mother, who having buried her second son, “was never again allowed to see her dying sister because of unnecessary lockdown.” ...

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Dr Wolfgang Wodarg Interview Planet Lockdown

Doctor, former Publish Health officer, former German Parliament member and Council of Europe member. This interview was done as part of the full length documentary. We are releasing the full interview for the betterment of public understanding of the situation. Watch on Bitchute Planet Lockdown...

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Family Financial Disclosure Form for Covid 19 Injections

Introduction The goal of this Family Financial Form is to ensure that an adverse event or death of one family member does not translate into long-lived or permanent financial destruction for the entire family. This form was created to assist families to communicate regarding and to prepare for the family-wide financial impact of adverse events, if any, resulting from a Covid-19 injection. Examples of adverse events from Covid-19 injections includ...

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Bill Gates Has Taken Control of the Entire Seed Supply of the World: Dr. Vandana Shiva

Dr. Vandana Shiva, the Founder and President of Navdanya, Technology and Natural Resource Policy who was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’. She discusses the recent avalanche in Uttarakhand which has left hundreds missing and the causes behind it, how the World Bank’s actions in the 1991 was arguably the start of Indian farmers vs global capitalism, why India’s farmers are organising en masse to oppos...

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Proof Covid 19 Was Downgraded March 2020

As I reported on my website back in March, on March 19th, the public health bodies in the UK and the Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens decided that the new disease should no longer be classified as a ‘high consequence infectious disease’ (click on the link below to see the proof). The coronavirus was downgraded to flu level. A couple of days after this decision, the UK Government introduced lockdowns and introduced the most oppressive Bil...

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Vaccine Update: Vaccination rate slower this week than last two weeks

The number of vaccines administered this week, to date, is lower than we have seen in the previous two weeks. The current rate of administration means it is highly unlikely that we will hit the Government’s vaccination target for March. The Government has said that they will aim to administer 84,000 doses next week. Hitting that target will mean we will have only administered roughly 584,000 doses by the 15th of March. That gives us 17 days to ad...

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ICU numbers below 100 for first time in two months

HSE welcomes the news as a “great sign”. The number of Covid-19 patients in intensive care has fallen below 100 for the first time since January. Welcoming the news as a “great sign”, HSE chief executive Paul Reid indicated his intent to ramp up the roll-out of vaccinations among those at risk. “Further protections will happen throughout this weekend as GPs continue to vaccinate more over 80+ year olds,” Mr Reid tweeted today. Reid will visit the...

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Tánaiste needs to act to protect disability student denied PhD place 

Catherine Gallagher is a 23-year-old student with a disability  from Achill Island who was offered a scholarship to pursue a PhD in DCU. Incredibly, due to regulations and red tape she is being forced to decline the award in order to keep her disability supports. When her case was raised in the Dail, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar responded by saying that he felt this was a mistake and that it ‘would be a terrible thing for somebody with a disability who ...

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