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University of Waterloo Doctor & Professor Refers To COVID-19 As A “Fake Emergency”

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In Brief

  • The Facts:A chemistry professor at the University of Waterloo has distributed a course outline to students, saying his in-class exams aren’t mandatory “because of the COVID fake emergency.”
  • Reflect On:Why are opinions and narratives that oppose the WHO being censored, ridiculed, and largely ignored? Why aren’t they discussed openly and transparently?

What Happened: Dr. Michael Palmer, a chemistry professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada, who also has a medical degree with a specialization in microbiology is making headlines for for distributing a course outline to his students saying his in-class exams aren’t mandatory “because of the COVID fake emergency,” according to CBC news. The course outline was posted on social media after it was recently distributed to students. READ MORE

Robert Lemieux, the University of Waterloo’s Dean of Science told CBC that “Palmer’s opinion doesn’t align with the university’s perspective.”

Say “No” to Mandatory Face Masks, too!

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Dr. John Reizer

What are we doing as a society? Why do we continue to follow the advice of the CDC and other health regulatory agencies concerning COVID-19?

How can we honestly believe after nine months of trying to flatten a statistical curve, wearing face-coverings to slow the spread of a nonexistent viral microbe, staying socially distant from other human beings, and drenching our bodies with toxic disinfectants and chemical hand sanitizers that this is a healthy way to live our lives?

When are people going to use some good common sense and come to the logical conclusion that they have been conned about the coronavirus? The virus is not a real thing, and the powers that be are laughing at us.

We need to stand up to tyrannical governments and the ridiculous policies they are handing down and refuse to participate in the psyop any longer. Enough is enough! More

Whistleblower Reports High Number of Hysterectomies at ICE Detention Facility

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SOURCE:  The Intercept

“He Just Empties You All Out”: Whistleblower Reports High Number of Hysterectomies at ICE Detention Facility

“People ask you why I got a hysterectomy. I couldn’t explain it. The only thing I have to say is that I’m sorry.”

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A whistleblower complaint filed this week with the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General alleges that high rates of hysterectomies — sometimes without what the complaint called “proper informed consent” — have been performed on women detained in a privately owned immigration jail in Georgia.

The complaint, filed by the human rights group Project South, quoted a detainee from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Irwin County Detention Center saying that five women who had the procedure between October and December 2019 had told her that they “reacted confused when explaining why they had one done.” Multiple women claimed that they did not have access to proper interpreters and that medical staff often did not speak Spanish.

The accounts in Project South’s complaint — which included that of the whistleblower Dawn Wooten, a licensed practical nurse at the facility — were consistent with accounts given in separate interviews conducted by The Intercept with three other current detainees at the facility, eight advocates for detainees at the prison, and a former Irwin employee, all of whom requested anonymity for fear of reprisals against themselves and their clients.

Dawn Wooten sitting in the park on Sept. 2, 2020.    Photo: Courtesy of Dawn Wooten

“Everybody he sees has a hysterectomy — just about everybody,” Wooten, who is being represented as a whistleblower by Project South and the Government Accountability Project, explained in the complaint. “I’ve had several inmates tell me that they’ve been to see the doctor, and they’ve had hysterectomies, and they don’t know why they went or why they’re going.”

Like many other ICE detention centers, Irwin, which is operated by the private prison firm LaSalle Corrections, has come under fire for medical mistreatment. Wooten’s whistleblower complaint, which The Intercept reported on Monday, focused on precautions at Irwin related to the coronavirus pandemic. The accounts of the high rates of hysterectomies, which were first reported by the legal website Law and Crime, were also included in the Project South complaint to the Office of the Inspector General.

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