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In case you missed it . . .

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TODAY sees the first of a regular weekly TCW feature, a round-up of key stories or reports either ignored by the MSM or lost in the permanent tsunami of social media communications. 

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How the FBI hacked Twitter 

The redoubtable Lee Smith has produced yet another information-packed investigative report on the FBI’s penetration of Twitter, revealing it to constitute but one part of a much larger intelligence operation – one in which the bureau offshored the machinery it used to interfere in the 2016 election, embedded it within the private sector, and went on to shape the 2020 vote with a pan-public, private, NGO and university-based censorship consortium. It is also the story of one of the men responsible, James Baker, Twitter’s deputy general counsel. 

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Jordan Peterson has been ordered to undertake social media ‘re-education’ 

The Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson has launched a legal challenge against the College of Psychologists of Ontario after he said the governing body threatened to pull his practising licence if he doesn’t complete social media re-education for comments he made on Twitter and the Joe Rogan podcast.

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Government dismisses public petition for a government inquiry into the approval process for Covid-19 vaccines 

Predictably, the Government says it ‘is confident that the approval processes of the medicines regulator are robust’ and that ‘It is a matter for the COVID-19 public inquiry whether it wishes to pursue any of these issues.  You can read their negligent and cavalier response in full here.

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Latest ‘Twitter Files’ reveal Biden officials colluded with Twitter on widespread censorship of medical experts. 

Twitter engaged in widespread censorship of prominent scientists and medical experts for posting content that contradicted the official Covid-19 narrative, according to the latest ‘Twitter files’ document dump by investigative reporter and author David Zweig. You can read the full story here. 

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What caused Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest?

Steve Kirsch asked Dr Peter McCullough for his view. McCullough said the injury that Buffalo Bills football player Damar Hamlin sustained is known as commotio cordis (a phenomenon in which a sudden blunt impact to the chest can cause suddendeath in the absence of cardiac damage). Steve says Peter believes that the ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation could have been set up by the vaccine if he had taken it. In summary, Hamlin’s injury was not caused by the vaccine, but if he was vaccinated, it may have contributed to its severity. At time of writing, the Wall Street Journal says Hamlin has shown remarkable improvement in last 24 hours.

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More than 270 sudden cardiac deaths in US athletes after Covid vaccination 

The data comes from a recent peer-reviewed study.

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US Centers for Disease Control finally release VAERS safety monitoring analyses for Covid vaccines 

The analysis shows clear safety signals for death and a range of highly concerning thrombo-embolic, cardiac, neurological, hemorrhagic, hematological, immune-system and menstrual adverse events (AEs) among US adults. There were 770 different types of adverse events that showed safety signals in ages 18+, of which more than 500 had a larger safety signal than myocarditis/pericarditis. You can read the full analysis here.

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Hydrogen home heating trials ‘treating us like guinea pigs’ https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-64028510

A nicely hidden away article on the BBC website concerns a hydrogen heating trial in Whitby and Redcar. It seems that residents will have hydrogen pumped into their homes, with no say on it whatsoever. The article points to the dangers of pure hydrogen being pumped into people’s properties and residents are rightly afraid. 

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The BBC’s only response to charges of systemic bias? Suck it up 

Excellent comment by Robin Aitken in the Telegraph on two damning reports that have found evidence of what Roger Scruton called ‘oikophobia’ at the BBC, to say nothing of systemic bias. Yet the Corporation continues to play dumb, he says. 

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