Never mind Rose/ Icke, this might turn out to be the most talked-about interview of the whole ‘Coronavirus’ period, as Charlie Freak and his wife Colleen guest for almost three hours, walking us through multiple aspects of ‘The Q Plan’ which, they maintain, is being rolled out day by day under the smokescreen of the “pandemic.” As listeners will hear, I begin the show by stating that this is far from the first time that we have been told that a secretive group is working to dismantle the Deep State from the inside and make “mass arrests” of paedophiles and murderers, and as such, I’ve been sceptical of the ‘Q’ narrative, suspecting it be just another psy-op. This time is different though, Charlie and Colleen state, since they have been in contact with the group which is working with both the individual known as Q, and President Donald Trump. As implausible as it may at first sound, my guests make some very compelling points and join many dots to make sense of some otherwise confusing events. They also reveal who they believe Q to be. I, and everyone else, should suspend their scepticism, they say, since the Plan has already revealed itself through some key events, and there will be many more to come in the hugely eventful weeks and months ahead. (Please be advised that this podcast contains some material that some may find extremely distressing.) I have always found great value in Charlie and Colleen’s material. I’ve only ever known them to be well-meaning, selfless individuals who wish to serve Creation, and I’ve only ever known them to speak empowering, eternal truths. So I was very happy to give a platform for them to say their piece. If they’re correct. humanity’s worst imaginable nightmare has just been turned into its greatest dream, and I’ll be only too delighted to admit that I’d called it all wrong!
In the first of Byline Times’ new series dedicated to giving a platform to new voices of colour, Cheryl Diane Parkinson shares her experiences of confronting structural prejudice within schools
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, the collective eye is fixed on race relations in America. The oppressive systemic racism African Americans have faced for the past 400 years is exploding into the foreground through global protests and violent riots. Disillusioned and angry people are expressing age-old frustrations that echo through time. Images on television screens draw stark parallels with a divided history that most do not want to relive.
We have come a long way both in the US and the UK, but racism and inequality still have their knees firmly pressed on black necks without any sign of letting up.
As an educator, I have encountered institutional racism multiple times. A classroom display detailing “the good side of slavery”, a racist petition and the loss of jobs to inexperienced, under-qualified white counterparts are just three incidents of many.
The display contained articles written by students stating that slaves “enjoyed singing in their free time and liked going to church”. I forced a meeting with the headmistress who defended the teacher who organised the display, claiming that “he was a nice man”. All too often, the institutional racism within schools is implemented, sustained and reinforced by people who are “nice” – but how likeable they are isn’t the issue.
Erin Marie Olszewski is a Nurse-turned-investigative journalist, who has spent the last few months on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, on the inside in two radically different settings. Two hospitals. One private, the other public. One in Florida, the other in New York. And not just any New York public hospital, but the “epicenter of the epicenter” itself, the infamous Elmhurst in Donald Trump’s Queens. As a result of these diametrically opposed experiences, she has the ultimate “perspective on the pandemic”. She has been where there have been the most deaths attributed to Covid-19 and where there have been the least. Erin enlisted in the Army when she was 17. She deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Part of her duties involved overseeing aid disbursement and improvements to hospital facilities. While in country she received the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service, and was wounded in combat. Erin eventually retired as a sergeant, and became a civilian nurse in 2012. Erin is a medical freedom and informed consent advocate. She co-founded the Florida Freedom Alliance but no longer has any connection with the organization.
Black Lives Matter is a dangerous organization built upon a mountain of lies and when black Americans figure this out, the establishment will be totally screwed.
In this exclusive report, Greg Reese exposes statistics and facts BLM doesn’t want people to see.
In this video we discuss all kinds of things from tax robbery to the toxic build up within human beings (biological weaponry) to keep them asleep and disconnected from their true self. Sacha Stone is a fierce warrior of the light… and came across the disturbing truths of what is taking place behind the scenes and the level of corruption that moves its way through all systems governing planet earth. He has devoted every waking day for the past 20 years in order to put a stop to it. Sacha’s perspective on physical and metaphysical reality is incredibly powerful … as he see’s NO victims… only powerful God’s dressed in human suits… who are in the process of remembering their own divine spark. During our interview Sacha shares that we are all giving permission to everything that is currently in existence. Although at any given moment we can revoke our permission, which is what is happening on a global scale as we speak. We are moving through huge shifts and as Sacha says…. “we’ve already won.” I couldn’t agree with this statement more… but of course some trials and tribulations still lie ahead. Enjoy the video… and share with your beloveds if you feel they are ready for the message. Sacha has many more powerful videos on various topics, check them out on the ITNJ’s YouTube channel or head straight to his website. ITNJ: https://www.itnj.org/ Sacha’s Website: http://sachastone.com/
Daily deaths are still high, causing some scientists to fear the lockdown is being lifted too quickly. But how early is too early?
On Monday June 1, the government eased the lockdown rules. In England, groups of up to six people can now meet outdoors or in private gardens, those classified as clinically “extremely vulnerable” can now go outdoors, competitive sport is set to resume and, as planned, some primary schools in England have reopened for some children. (Rules in Wales, Scotland and Northern Island vary slightly – decisions for easing lockdown rests with each national government.)
After a week where the government found itself mired in the Dominic Cummings scandal, easing the lockdown has provided a welcome distraction for beleaguered politicians. But independent scientists have criticised the government for neglecting to follow its own guidelines laid out by Boris Johnson on May 10, arguing that the UK is leaving lockdown too early. But how early is too early?
The lockdown’s easing has been received with some consternation. The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) said the new rules, including allowing groups of up to six people to meet outdoors and in private gardens, were “not supported by the science”. Professor John Edmunds, a member of the UK’s SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) committee, expressed concern over the change and the high number of cases still being reported – 8,000 new infections per day in England alone between May 11 and May 24.
5G conspiracy theorists in the UK are verbally harassing telecoms engineers, assaulting them, and even leaving traps for them.
The Verge reports telecoms engineers in the UK have discovered razor blades and needles hidden behind posters on telephone poles to catch them when maintaining the country’s broadband network.
This isn’t the only act of violence associated with 5G conspiracy theories. As theories blaming the spread of the coronavirus on 5G began to gain traction online earlier this year, believers in the theories began setting fire to cell phone towers.
While the arson attacks are not unique to the UK, the country seems to have been particularly badly hit by them. Industry group Mobile UK told The Verge that since March 30 there have been 90 attacks on mobile infrastructure and 200 counts of abuse against telecoms engineers.
Most of the time the abuse is verbal, but some confrontations have escalated to physical violence. In one instance an engineer was stabbed and hospitalized, and BT CEO Philip Jansen said in April that some engineers had had cars driven at them.
The majority of these engineers and sites have nothing to do with 5G, but they have nonetheless become a focal point for the attacks.
Naveed Qureshi always knew his job was important, but as a telecoms engineer working in East London, it didn’t always feel that way. He spent each week patrolling his patch of the city, riding out in his van to maintain the miles upon miles of copper wire and fiber optic cable that kept the capital online. Schools, hospitals, and businesses all relied on this invisible network, and with the pandemic forcing people to work from home, there was more strain on the system than ever before. His job felt undeniably essential. He just wished it wasn’t dangerous, too.
Since the UK entered lockdown in March, engineers like Qureshi had unwillingly found themselves on the front line of a strange global crusade. Conspiracy theorists had linked the spread of the novel coronavirus to the installation of new 5G mobile networks, with some claiming the cellular network weakened the immune system and allowed the virus to thrive, while others said 5G masts were broadcasting the virus through the ether (all “crackpot” claims, to quote the UK government). The thing these theories have in common is that they give people someone to blame. And though some of that paranoia comes from a reasonable mistrust of large corporations and institutions, the end target was always workers like Qureshi, out on the street in high-visibility vests, just trying to do their job.
A quick update on the situation regarding my scheduled interview with UK-based Dr. Mohammed Adil regarding what he refers to as the COVID-19 ‘plandemic.’ Dr. Adil has been gagged and censored from publicly presenting his information by the UK’s General Medical Council. How’s that “freedom” and “democracy” working for everyone out there? (Oh and, by the way my recent livestream with Peekay Censored of Australia lived up to its host’s name by getting removed, without warning, from my YT channel. D’you think it’s something we said? I have a BitChute channel loaded with content and ready to go should YT ever dump any more of my content.)
Google faces a proposed class action lawsuit that accuses the tech giant of invading people’s privacy and tracking internet use even when browsers are set to “private” mode. The suit, filed Tuesday in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, alleges that Google violates wiretapping and privacy laws by continuing to “intercept, track, and collect communications” even when people use Chrome’s incognito mode and other private web browser modes.
“Google tracks and collects consumer browsing history and other web activity data no matter what safeguards consumers undertake to protect their data privacy,” reads the complaint. The search giant surreptitiously collects data through Google Analytics, Google Ad Manager, website plug-ins and other applications, including mobile apps, according to the complaint.
Tories trying to distract from bad news and Health Secretary’s awfulness by using supermarket – or police cell – lighting
A bizarre phenomenon has appeared in a number of Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s recent appearances at the daily press briefing: he has been bathed in rose-tinted lighting.
Pink-tinted lighting is a well-known trick in supermarket grocery sections to make meat look more appetising – and is also used in ‘drunk tanks’ as it is believed to make the inebriated feel less inclined to aggressive responses.
The pink tinge is very obvious when compared to footage and images that don’t use it: