“It’s Like A Horror Film”: Botched Wuhan Quarantine Left Dead Bodies In The Street, Sick Waiting Days For Care


12-02-20 07:42:00,

Western media organizations have published a series of in-depth reports attempting to illuminate what life on the ground at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak looks like. But few have captured the atmosphere of the situation quite like a team of AFP journalists who lingered in Wuhan after the lockdown, and have detailed their experiences in diary format.

The diary begins on Jan. 23, the day Wuhan was placed under lockdown. It starts as one might expect: Though the news was a shock, few tried to escape the city before the lockdown officially went into effect. Police chase the last travelers out of the railroad station.

But the situation doesn’t really start to escalate until Jan. 25, or New Year’s Day in China.

Those who went to worship at the city’s Guiyan temple, normally packed this time of year, found it empty: nobody was allowed inside.

“No-one is allowed inside in order to prevent the virus spreading,” a uniformed man – who is not wearing the compulsory mask – tells AFP.

On the fourth day of the crackdown, conditions in Wuhan really started to deteriorate. This marked the beginning of hard times for Wuhan. Overwhelmed hospitals arbitrarily turned people away if their swab tests came back negative for the virus. One man told an AFP reporter that he had been turned away by four hospitals, despite being seriously ill. “I haven’t slept,” he said. He was getting ready to wait in line all night to hopefully be admitted to another hospital.

For the first in their memory, the AFP reporters said Chinese out on the streets approached them to complain about the government’s handling of the lockdown.

“Like a horror film,” says one witness, who tells AFP bodies were left unattended for hours.

About 20 kilometers from the center for the city, police had set up roadblocks around the city’s perimeter. Nurses and other reinforcements were let in to help the exhausted medical personnel staffing the city’s hospitals. 

By day five, all non-essential traffic had been banned from the city. Taxis have been requisitioned by the state to help transport people to hospitals.

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The Latest UN Horror Show: Christian Refugees Ignored


06-08-19 07:19:00,

Authored by Uzay Bulut via The Gatestone Institute,

  • Jordan is supposed to be their transit country; they are seeking resettlement to other countries via the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Australian Special Humanitarian Program.

  • The registration with the UNHCR gives them the protective status of refugee as they await resettlement. Yet, the process of resettlement takes at minimum several months and sometimes even years due to the growing refugee backlog….. “The majority of those stuck in limbo have been waiting more than two years—some since the rise of ISIS in 2014,” according to the report.

  • “Since January, the process has become even slower and more difficult. The UNHCR has not even granted newcomers refugee status since. They just give them an appointment date, then they cancel the date and give them a new one. So we all keep waiting.” — Lorance Yousuf Kazqeea, a Christian originally from Baghdad, has been an asylum seeker in Jordan with his wife and two children since September 2017; to Gatestone Institute.

  • “You can contact the local UNHCR office in your country and demand answers – why Iraqi Christians have been waiting for resettlement for years and why the West continuously rejects them.” — Juliana Taimoorazy, founding president of the Iraqi Christian Relief Council, which has been active in Jordan since 2015; to Gatestone Institute.

Since the 2014 invasion and genocide by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq, at least 16,000 Assyrian Christians from Iraq have become refugees in Jordan. Most are still suffering economically and psychologically there, under extremely difficult circumstances.

These Assyrian Christians are in Jordan on a temporary basis with plans to emigrate to a third country. However, as they have not been given official work permits by the Jordanian government, they largely rely on their savings, remittances sent by relatives abroad or aid from charity organizations and churches. Jordan is supposed to be their transit country; they are seeking resettlement in other countries via the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Australian Special Humanitarian Program.

Pictured: The Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan.

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LA Horror Story: More Parents Horrified Over 5G Cell Towers Near Schools


17-07-19 07:26:00,

By B.N. Frank

There’s a lot of information and misinformation being reported about health risks from exposure to 5G technology.  So if you can only remember one thing about 5G and health risks, this would be it:

The telecom industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe.

If you can remember two things:

There is research that says it IS NOT safe (see 1, 2). 

So, parents horrified about 5G towers near their kids’ schools is appropriate.  In fact, parents horrified about ANY cell towers (or antennas) near their kids’ schools is appropriate because health experts including the American Academy of Pediatrics have warned that children are more affected by exposure to wireless radiation than adults.

From PrepForThat:

Residents in the suburban Los Angeles community of Lakewood say they are “horrified” by the thought of 5G network tower installations. At a community meeting, residents spoke out about 5G health concerns, saying that 5G is not proven safe.

“I’m horrified, to be honest with you,” Lakewood resident Christina Rich said via CBSLA. “I don’t want a cell tower anywhere near our house. They don’t belong in the neighborhoods. They haven’t been proven to be safe.”

Christina was far from alone in her concern over the controversial 5G network.

Monica Draghichi, another concerned parent, said she’s worried that about the density of the towers around schools.

“I’m concerned about the distance to my kids, to the schools in our community and the overall effects and lack of regulation around it,” she said.

Lakewood isn’t the first California community to be up in arms over 5G technology. In fact, parents at a Ripon, California elementary school forced Sprint to remove a single 5G tower they claimed was causing an uptick in childhood cancer. Sprint’s concession to remove the tower served as one of the larger victories over 5G in the United States. In Rhode Island, telecommunication companies are installing 5G towers without public consent.

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Baarmoederhalskankervaccin – hype & horror? – Stichting Vaccin Vrij

Baarmoederhalskankervaccin – hype & horror? – Stichting Vaccin Vrij

05-07-18 09:06:00,

We zullen moeten roeien met de riemen die we hebben… Het volgende film heeft een nogal ‘Amerikaans’ begin dat mensen misschien niet aan zal staan, maar na een paar minuten komen er weer ‘gewone mensen’ in beeld. Ouders van jonge meisjes die in de vernieling zijn geraakt. Wetenschappers en andere deskundigen. De media laten volledig verstek gaan, maar hoe dan ook we zullen de informatie naar buiten brengen. Kijk alstublieft. Op 05-07-2018 staat de teller van de officiële gemelde bijwerkingen volgens VigiAccess, een organisatie die onder toezicht van de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie bijwerkingen bijhoudt, op 83758 gerapporteerde gevallen. [1] Dit is het topje van de ijsberg omdat er naar schatting slechts tussen 1% en 10% wordt gemeld. [2] En het aantal zal alleen nog maar meer worden als we niet bereid zijn tijd en moeite te doen om ons te informeren en ervoor de zorgen dat informatie anderen bereikt. Dus kijk en deel (de link van) dit blog in uw netwerk alstulieft.










1. http://www.vigiaccess.org/

2. https://www.nvic.org/nvic-vaccine-news/january-2015/cdc-changes-restrict-vaccine-reaction-reports.aspx


Over de auteurs:

Door Frankema is moeder van twee ongevaccineerde, inmiddels volwassen dochters en initiatiefneemster van de Stichting Vaccinvrij

Mara Gabrriëlle is eveneens moeder van twee ongevaccineerde kinderen. Zij maakt deel uit van het kernteam van Vaccinvrij en van het vertaal team van Vaccinvrij.

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“A Total Horror Show:” the New Plan for Yemen

“A Total Horror Show:” the New Plan for Yemen

22-12-17 09:17:00,

Presenting themselves as shocked bystanders to the growing famine in Yemen, the US and UK are in fact prime movers in a new strategy that will massively escalate it.

The protagonists of the war on Yemen – the US, UK, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – have been beset by problems ever since they launched the operation in March 2015. But these problems seem to have reached breaking point in recent months.

First and foremost, is the total lack of military progress in the war. Originally conceived as a kind of blitzkrieg – or “decisive storm” as the initial bombing campaign was named – that would put a rapid end to the Houthi-led Ansarallah movement’s rebellion, almost three years later it has done nothing of the sort. The only significant territory recaptured has been the port city of Aden, and this was only by reliance on a secessionist movement largely hostile to ‘President’ Hadi, whose rule the war is supposedly being fought to restore. All attempts to recapture the capital Sanaa, meanwhile, have been exposed as futile pipe dreams.

Secondly, the belligerents have been increasingly at war with themselves. In February of this year, a fierce battle broke out between the Emiratis and Saudi-backed forces for control of Aden’s airport. According to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the struggle  “prevented an Emirati plan to move north to Taiz,” adding that “the risk of such confrontations remains…Lacking ground forces anywhere in Yemen, the Saudis worry that the UAE could be carving out strategic footholds for itself, undermining Saudi influence in the kingdom’s traditional backyard.” Notes intelligence analysts the Jamestown Foundation, “The fight over Aden’s airport is being played out against a much larger and far more complex fight for Aden and southern Yemen. The fighting between rival factions backed by Saudi Arabia and the UAE clearly shows that Yemen’s already complicated civil war is being made more so by what is essentially a war within a war: the fight between Saudi Arabia and the UAE and their proxies.” This tension flared up again in October, with Emirati troops arresting 10 members of the Saudi-aligned Islah movement, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Yemeni faction.

And finally, the war is undergoing a serious crisis of legitimacy.

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