Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Event Update For 2020-11-16


The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-11-16 - Arctic sea ice freezing at latest date on record:

Quote: "It is mid-November and the Arctic has already been plunged into 24-hour darkness for the winter, but two months after the normal point at which the sea ice begins to refreeze into the huge sheets which cap the top of our planet, enormous areas of open water remain. The record-breaking delay comes after the average ice extent for October was the lowest in the satellite record, and means current ice coverage is roughly the same as it was during the height of the summer, when melting after the previous winter was well underway. The lack of ice means the Arctic sea ice extent is currently the lowest for this time of year, for at least a thousand years, scientists have said, though refreezing has now begun."

Quote: "The [Laptev] sea, which is also known as the 'birthplace of ice,' also thawed earlier in 2020 than in any previous year since records began."

2020-11-16 - Around 100 vehicles go up in flames at 5 AM while parked at police auction site in Gary (Indiana):

Quote: "The City of Gary endured a third large fire in as many weeks early Monday, this time at a police auction site on the city’s northwest side. Gary Fire Chief Sean O’Donnell said in a release posted to the city’s social media page that the fire started around 5 a.m. Monday at S & S Sales and Service, 3651 W. 4th Ave. No one was injured in the blaze, which was upgraded to a two-alarm fire early on. At least 100 vehicles on the lot caught fire, O’Donnell said."

2020-11-16 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, more than 3 dozen cars burn, in coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

Quote: "A massive fire destroyed more than three dozen cars at a scrapyard along Florida's Atlantic Coast on Monday, authorities said. There were no injuries and no buildings were threatened at the scrapyard in Fort Pierce, Florida, the St. Lucie County Fire District said in a tweet."

2020-11-16 - Ambulance van bursts into flame on street in coastal Burntisland (Scotland):

2020-11-16 - Trash facility erupts in flame at 3:30 AM in Antioch (Tennessee):

2020-11-16 - Hurricane Iota makes landfall as a Category 4 storm near Puerto Cabezas (Nicaragua):

Quote: "Iota had intensified into an extremely dangerous Category 5 storm early in the day, but the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it weakened slightly to Category 4, with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph (250 kph). Its centre made landfall about 30 miles (45 kilometres) south of the Nicaraguan city of Puerto Cabezas, also known as Bilwi."

2020-11-16 - Boat goes up in flames and kills person at 12:24 AM in coastal Richardson Bay (California):

2020-11-16 - Boat, pickup truck and mobile home destroyed by fire at 4:01 AM on West Camellia Drive in Thibodaux (Louisiana):

Quote: "Upon arrival and conducting the initial scene size-up, fire department officials determined that a mobile home, the attached garage containing a vehicle & a boat were all involved with the fire."

2020-11-16 - Boat bursts into flame off coastal South Thomaston (Maine):

Note: These are the 1065th, 1066th and 1067th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-16 - Tour bus bursts into flame in the Tuen Mun area in coastal Hong Kong (China):

Note: This is the 339th bus to burn in 2020...

2020-11-16 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at gas station in Tehran (Iran):

Quote: "A fuel tanker caught fire while unloading at the gas station at Pirouzi Street in Tehran..."

2020-11-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-49 near Chopin (Louisiana):

2020-11-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-45 near Huntsville (Texas):

2020-11-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 near Amarillo (Texas):

Quote: "According to DPS, both westbound lanes of I-40 were shut down east of S. Dowell Road due to a truck tractor’s trailer catching fire."

2020-11-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 in Columbia (Missouri):

Note: These are the 1602nd, 1603rd, 1604th, 1605th and 1606th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-16 - SUV bursts into flame on Route 49 in Marcy (New York):

2020-11-16 - SUV bursts into flame on US 52 in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartments in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2020-11-16 - Car bursts into flame on College Close in coastal Sandown on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2020-11-16 - Car bursts into flame on Main Street in Thornholme (Britain):

Quote: "Main Street, Thornholme. Mon 16 Nov 2020 19:06 (No:021855) Car fire. One hose reel, one BA., in use."

2020-11-16 - Car bursts into flame at 2:31 AM on Phoenix Parkway in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Phoenix Parkway, Scunthorpe. Mon 16 Nov 2020 02:31 (No:021807) Car fire. 1 BA and 1 hose reel in use."

2020-11-16 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-81 in Rockbridge County (Virginia):

2020-11-16 - SUV and two mobile homes destroyed by fire on Pool Nanny Road near creek in Christian County (Kentucky):

2020-11-16 - Two vehicles and home destroyed by fire in the wee hours, second home damaged, on Colony Drive in Rochester Hills (Michigan):

Quote: "The first home was a total loss, the family losing everything, including two vehicles in the garage."

Note: From the pics it looks like the fire began in the garage with the vehicles...

2020-11-16 - Auto dealership damaged by fire in coastal San Jose (California):

2020-11-16 - Barn destroyed by fire on Game Farm Road near Harlansburg (Pennsylvania), chickens and rabbits killed:

2020-11-16 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:23 AM on Tom Lucas Road in Dubuque County (Iowa):

2020-11-16 - Barn destroyed by fire on Middlebrook Road in Woolwich Township (Canada), cattle killed:

2020-11-16 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East Home Avenue in Hartsville (South Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Three homes destroyed by fire at 1:25 AM on Harding Avenue in coastal Bronx (New York):

2020-11-16 - Deadly fire burns home on Chickasaw Trail in Lexington County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-11-16 - Deadly fire burns home on Harry Byrd Highway in Darlington County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-11-16 - Deadly fire destroys home in the wee hours in the Fraziers Bottom area in Putnam County (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2020-11-16 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Listravia Avenue in Morgantown (West Virginia):

2020-11-16 - Thousands of fish found dead in Caldecote Lake in Milton Keynes (Britain):

2020-11-16 - Two hunters, men, 63 and 43, found dead on the shore of Clendening Lake (Ohio):

2020-11-16 - Man in his 20s died after being pulled from swimming pool at resort in Middelburg (South Africa):

2020-11-16 - Assistant fire chief, man, 42, goes into cardiac arrest and dies in coastal Oakland (California):

2020-11-16 - College student, man, 18, found dead in dorm at university in Columbia (South Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Man, 61, goes hunting, has 'medical issue' and drops dead near Lake Michigan in Onekama Township (Michigan):

Quote: "A 61-year-old man from Portage died while hunting in Manistee County, likely from a medical issue. Michigan State Police says Gregg Salisbury was reported missing around 8 p.m. Monday after not returning to his friend’s home after an evening hunt in Onekama Township, north of Manistee. After searching for him, an officer found Salisbury dead near his friend’s home. It appears he had killed a doe and died while walking to recover the animal, troopers say."

2020-11-16 - Woman found dead at home on Clover Avenue in Summerville (South Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Woman found dead along Alondra Boulevard in Norwalk (California):

2020-11-16 - Person found dead near the French Broad River in Asheville (North Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Person found dead in car at apartments in coastal Chemainus on Vancouver Island (Canada):

2020-11-16 - Man found dead in Lake Ontario near Oakville (Canada):

2020-11-16 - Man, 22, found dead in submerged car in creek near Regina (Canada):

2020-11-16 - Person has 'medical emergency' and drops dead outside KFC in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "A St John spokeswoman said they responded to a medical emergency. 'We responded several units at 7.54am,' she said. Police said they also responded to a medical event. 'Sadly, the person died at the scene," police said in a statement.'"

2020-11-16 - Man, 42, dies after being pulled from pond in Jaipur (India):

2020-11-16 - Man, 27, drops dead near Burger King in coastal Irvine (Scotland):

2020-11-16 - Man drops dead at home in Grantham (Britain):

2020-11-16 - School bus driver, man, 70, has 'medical emergency', bus crashes into embankment, in Westminster (Maryland), 2 injured:

Quote: "Authorities say the driver was a 70-year-old man from Westminster who was suffering from an apparent medical emergency."

2020-11-16 - Man, 57, has 'medical issue', car veers across centerline, hits 3 cars, in Huntsville (Alabama), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police believe the crash occurred due to the driver experiencing a medical issue."

2020-11-16 - Man in his 20s has 'medical incident', car slams into pole, in Hamilton (Canada), 1 injured:

Quote: "A stretch of Queenston Road is expected to be closed for most of Monday morning following a crash believed to be caused by a medical incident."

2020-11-16 - Driver has 'medical episode', car crashes into tree, in coastal Great Yarmouth (Britain):

Quote: "Police were also called to Caister Road in Great Yarmouth at 7.48am on Monday after a car collided with a tree. The driver is believed to have suffered a medical episode and has been taken to hospital as a precaution."

2020-11-16 - Small plane crashes in field in Davie County (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2020-11-16 - Small plane crash-lands in field near Newton Reservoir (Utah), engine failure:

2020-11-16 - Freight train derails in Anderson County (South Carolina):

2020-11-16 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame and explodes, in coastal Nayarit (Mexico), 13 killed:

Quote: "A double-tanker truck carrying liquified cooking gas lost control and flipped on a highway in western Mexico, caught fire and exploded, killing at least a dozen people in nearby vehicles Monday, authorities said. The truck’s driver also apparently died. The other 12 victims apparently did not have time to attempt to escape and were found sitting in their vehicles, burned beyond recognition."

2020-11-16 - Tractor trailer crashes into guardrail, bursts into flame, on I-17 near Sunset Point (Arizona):

2020-11-16 - SUV veers over centerline at 5:58 AM, clips van, hits pickup truck head-on, in Round Lake Beach (Illinois), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-11-16 - Two pickup trucks crash, fire erupts, in coastal Charlestown (Rhode Island), 1 injured:

2020-11-16 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on Hardy Road in Bedford County (Virginia):

2020-11-16 - Leopard attacks and kills man and son in Aurangabad (India):

2020-11-16 - Orcas ram yacht for 2 hours in unexplained string of attacks off the coast of Portugal:

2020-11-16 - Volcano Stromboli erupts powerfully in Italy:

2020-11-16 - Magnitude 6.1 earthquake strikes in the ocean off Mindanao (Philippine Islands):

2020-11-16 - Tornado warnings issued for NYC as severe thunderstorms batter US Northeast:

2020-11-16 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides hit Antioquia (Colombia), 4 killed, 7 missing:

2020-11-16 - Coronavirus emerged in Italy in September 2019 according to study:


  1. People dropping dead by fast food places should prompt a sign (like the ones they should put up everywhere warning people not to go near/in the water). Usually the effect comes later with hardened arteries and such, but i guess with the new additives they're using it's quicker.

    [more evidence of 'wonderful' humanity]
    Fishermen are cutting off the beaks of endangered albatrosses

    Some fishermen targeting tuna, swordfish and halibut in the southwest Atlantic are cutting the beaks off live albatrosses to free them from hooks, before tossing the birds back into the ocean to die.

    The accidental catch of marine mammals, turtles and seabirds in fishing gear is one of the biggest causes of the global decline of these animals. [more]

    Pet flea treatments poisoning rivers across England, scientists find

    Highly toxic insecticides used on cats and dogs to kill fleas are poisoning rivers across England, a study has revealed. The discovery is “extremely concerning” for water insects, and the fish and birds that depend on them, the scientists said, who expect significant environmental damage is being done.

    The research found fipronil in 99% of samples from 20 rivers and the average level of one particularly toxic breakdown product of the pesticide was 38 times above the safety limit. Fipronil and another nerve agent called imidacloprid that was found in the rivers have been banned from use on farms for some years.

    “Fipronil is one of the most commonly used flea products and recent studies have shown it degrades to compounds that are more toxic to most insects than fipronil itself,” said Rosemary Perkins at the University of Sussex, who led the study. “Our results are extremely concerning.”

    Prof Dave Goulson, also at the University of Sussex and part of the team, said: “I couldn’t quite believe the pesticides were so prevalent. Our rivers are routinely and chronically contaminated with both of these chemicals.”

    “The problem is these chemicals are so potent,” he said, even at tiny concentrations. “We would expect them to be having significant impacts on insect life in rivers.” One flea treatment of a medium-sized dog with imidacloprid contains enough pesticide to kill 60 million bees, he said. [more]

    [unfortunately, i'm in this group]
    1% of people cause half of global aviation emissions

    Frequent-flying “‘super emitters” who represent just 1% of the world’s population caused half of aviation’s carbon emissions in 2018, according to a study.

    Airlines produced a billion tonnes of CO2 and benefited from a $100bn (£75bn) subsidy by not paying for the climate damage they caused, the researchers estimated. The analysis draws together data to give the clearest global picture of the impact of frequent fliers.

    The researchers said the study showed that an elite group enjoying frequent flights had a big impact on the climate crisis that affected everyone.

    The analysis showed the US produced the most emissions among rich nations. [more]

    [part ii awaits]

  2. [in Fuck Off! news]
    Pennsylvania governor announces new COVID rules, including wearing a mask in your house

    Pennsylvania is planning to take additional steps to address a sharp increase in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations, including requiring masks to be worn indoors with limited exceptions, officials said Tuesday.

    In addition, starting Friday, anyone who enters Pennsylvania must be tested at least 72 hours before arrival, and if they can or do not get a test, they must quarantine for 14 days. The order does not apply to people who commute to neighboring states for work or health care, officials said, and will be largely self-enforced.

    Pennsylvania already has a statewide mask mandate, limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings and occupancy restrictions at bars and restaurants.

    But the new rules go even further. Masks are required outside where it isn't possible to maintain at least a six-foot distance from others, according to the order, and inside where people from multiple households are gathering, even if they can maintain a social distance. [more]

    Federal Election Commission Chairman: If Sidney Powell says there was rampant voter fraud, 'I believe her'

    Trey Trainor, head of the Federal Election Commission (FEC), said in a tweet Tuesday that he believes Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell's claim of widespread election fraud.

    Powell, a former federal prosecutor, recently claimed the president's legal team has been receiving a deluge of evidence concerning voter fraud and other irregularities, telling Fox Business that she has enough proof to launch a widespread criminal investigation and that, "we're getting ready to overturn election results in multiple states."

    Meanwhile, Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski told "The Water Cooler" podcast that he, too, believes Powell's claim of having evidence of systemic election fraud.

    Lewandowski, speaking to podcast host David Brody, called Powell a "dogged professional attorney" and said that "if she says she has that evidence, I have no reason to doubt her at all."

    "It's going to be time to start to present that evidence and present it to a court of law," he added.

    Powell's claim centers on the notion that elections software switched "millions of votes" from President Donald Trump to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. She said a whistleblower has come forward alleging that the voting software was designed to "rig elections." [more; 3 videos]

    [part iii below]

  3. [from There Goes The Food! news]
    Storm Eta ravaged more than 22,000 hectares of crops as it passed through Guatemala

    The storm affected banana, plantain, cassava, lemon, potato, güisquil, and different types of vegetables, among many other crops.

    Oxfam Guatemala warned about the increase in food insecurity in the country, due to the damage caused by Eta in corn and bean crops. "This will deteriorate the food situation, even in areas where the situation was less serious. This will translate into an increase in the population living in poverty and extreme poverty," the organization stated. [more]

    [from Damn Dams news]
    Historic deal revives plan for largest US dam demolition

    An agreement announced Tuesday paves the way for the largest dam demolition in U.S. history, a project that promises to reopen hundreds of miles of waterway along the Oregon-California border to salmon that are critical to tribes but have dwindled to almost nothing in recent years.

    Coho salmon from the Klamath River are listed as threatened under federal and California law, and their population in the river has fallen anywhere from 52% to 95%. Spring chinook salmon, once the Klamath Basin’s largest run, has dwindled by 98%. [more]

    [from Lil Late news]
    389-day Arctic research mission brings urgent call for climate action

    A massive ship called the RV Polarstern spent 389 days drifting slowly across the Arctic, trapped in ice. It was a scientific mission on an unprecedented scale, and the people who took part say their findings should serve as a warning that if action isn't taken, humans in every corner of the world will pay the price. [scratch the part that says "if action isn't taken" because it won't be]

    The picture that emerged from their makeshift labs-on-ice and high-tech equipment is not a pretty one. It is devastating proof, the scientists say, of a dying Arctic Ocean, where ice-free summers could become a reality in just decades due to manmade greenhouse gases warming the planet. [more; sooner than decades!]

    Wildfire, gusty winds threaten homes in Nevada
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/wildfire-gusty-winds-threaten-homes-011816977.html [51 sec. news piece]

    [morning human interest story . ..]
    Man running from police on domestic violence call hit by train and killed, police say

    A man running from police who were called to investigate a domestic dispute was struck and killed by a train in Miami Shores early Tuesday morning, police said. [more]

    [part iv coming up]

  4. 'Dire outlook': scientists say Florida reefs have lost nearly 98% of coral

    The United States’ coral reefs are in fair condition, according to a recent reef condition status report, but vulnerable to decline. Scientists estimate that along the coast of Florida, where degradation is most severe, perhaps as little as 2% of original coral cover remains. [more]

    Jeff Bezos is now the biggest climate activism donor—and that’s a problem

    But the list of recipients is raising some objections—both because of its potential to greenwash Amazon’s own climate accountability, and because it significantly favors well-funded Beltway institutions over grassroots groups that arguably need the money more. [more]

    Evacuated amid COVID-19, Canadian First Nation waits for clean water

    When an oily sheen was discovered on the surface of the local water reservoir in October, Canada's Neskantaga First Nation was forced to close off the pipes and move.

    Isolated in remote northern Ontario, accessible only by plane or on winter roads, nearly all 300 residents evacuated to Thunder Bay, more than 400 kilometers away, breaking the protective bubble of isolation they had tried to build during COVID-19.

    Weeks later, they are living in hotels, waiting for clean-up repairs and tests to confirm that the water is safe enough to go home.

    The evacuation is just the latest water crisis in Neskantaga, where even in normal times the water is considered unsafe.

    Despite many attempted repairs and upgrades, for 25 years the community has been under a boil-water advisory - a public health directive to drink boiled or bottled water issued when the water is considered a potential health risk.

    Neskantaga has the longest-running advisory in Canada, but it is just one of more than 40 indigenous communities without access to a drinkable water supply. [more; racism at its best]

    Curious Cat Named Panda Goes Missing in Washington, Only to Be Found 2,500 Miles Away in Alaska

    Panda the cat had quite a journey before being reunited with his family!

    The adorable black-and-white house cat, who was allowed to roam around outside on the property of his Washington home but always came back inside before too long, went missing on Oct. 8 — and despite their best efforts, his owners had no idea where the feline was.

    When he still hadn’t turned up three days later, Clevenger began posting about her and her husband’s missing cat online. And after two long weeks, the couple got some good, but very puzzling news: Panda was alive, but had somehow found his way to Kenai, Alaska.

    A confused and hungry Panda was found at the town's Home Depot store inside a shipping crate on Oct. 24, according to the Anchorage Daily News. Although the specifics about Panda’s journey remain a mystery, it’s believed that the feline somehow found his way into a container, which was bound for the faraway destination. [more]

    [part v follows]

  5. [rescue = prison for life]
    3 Mountain Lion Cubs Rescued from the California Wildfires Are Moving in to the Columbus Zoo

    On Wednesday, the Ohio-based zoo announced that three mountain lion cubs orphaned by and rescued from California's devastating wildfires will soon be moving into the zoo. [more]

    Moderna's coronavirus vaccine can cause severe fatigue and aches and pains. Two top vaccine experts told us why they think you'll still take it.

    Moderna said its vaccine has side effects like muscle aches and fatigue.

    Experts say that if the vaccine prevents COVID-19, then mild or moderate side effects won't impact vaccine uptake. [more]

    Tulsa mayor says Oklahoma governor and surrounding communities are ignoring the pleas for help coming from overburdened hospitals

    Hospitals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are overburdened as the number of coronavirus cases surges in the state — but neither the governor nor the communities relying on these hospitals are paying attention to cries for help. [more]

    Vehicle loses control on icy road, hits police car
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/vehicle-loses-control-icy-road-205726136.html [15 sec. dashcam video]

    [last piece 6th]

  6. COVID19 – Evidence Of Global Fraud

    COVID 19, and the subsequent governmental responses, appear to be part of an international conspiracy to commit fraud. It seems there is no evidence that a virus called SARS-CoV-2 causes a disease called COVID 19.

    research published by the Spanish medical journal D-Salud-Discovery

    The genetic primers and probes used in RT-PCR tests to identify SARS-CoV-2 do not target anything specific.

    D-Salud-Discovery state there are no tests capable of identifying SARS-CoV-2. Consequently, all claims about the alleged impact of COVID 19 on population health are groundless.

    The entire official COVID 19 narrative is a deception. Ostensibly, there is no scientific foundation for any part of it.

    If these claims are accurate we can state that there is no evidence of a pandemic, merely the illusion of one. We have suffered incalculable loss for no evident reason, other than the ambitions of unscrupulous despots who wish to transform the global economy and our society to suit their purposes.

    The Wuhan scientists developed their genetic amplification assays from “sequence information” because there was no isolated, purified sample of the so called SARS-CoV-2 virus. They also showed electron microscope images of the newly discovered virions (the spiky protein ball containing the viral RNA.)

    However, such protein structures are not unique. They look just like other round vesicles, such as endocytic vesicles and exosomes.

    The CDC did not observe any CPE in human cells. They saw no evidence that this alleged virus caused any human illness. Nor did this supposed human virus show any notable replication in human cells, suggesting human to human infection would be impossible.

    Whenever we check the so-called unique genetic markers for SARS-CoV-2, recorded in the WHO protocols, we find complete or high percentage matches with various fragments of the human genome. This suggests that the genetic sequences, which are supposed to identify SARS-CoV-2, are not unique. They could be anything from microbial sequences to fragments of human chromosomes.

    Moroccan researchers investigated the epidemiology of Moroccan alleged cases of SARS-CoV-2. Nine percent were positive for three genes, eighteen percent were positive for two genes and seventy three percent for just one. As we have just discussed, many may have been positive for none.

    This is entirely in keeping with WHO’s test guidelines.

    while there is no evidence of unprecedented all cause mortality, there were unseasonable spikes in deaths. These correlate precisely with Lockdown measures which saw the withdrawal of the health services we pay for and a reorientation of public health services to treat one alleged disease at the exclusion of all others. [more]

    China 'used secret microwave pulse weapon to cook Indian soldiers alive' and force them into retreat in Himalayan border battle

    Chinese troops used 'microwave' weapons to force Indian soldiers to retreat by making them violently sick during a Himalayan stand-off, a professor has claimed.

    The electromagnetic weapons which cook the human tissue of enemy troops 'turned the mountain tops into a microwave oven' and made the Indian soldiers vomit, international studies expert Jin Canrong told his students in Beijing. [more]

    Wednesday, 18 November 2020
    'Patients Go In And Only Come Out In A Body Bag'

    El Paso Nurse Describes 'The Pit' Where COVID Patients Get Just Three Rounds Of CPR Before Being Left To Die As Texas Enlists Inmates To Move Bodies At Morgue For $2 An Hour [more]

  7. You can safely ignore anything from D-Salud. They suggest not only that COVID-19 doesn't exist, but that NO viruses exist and that there is no such thing as cancer either. Simultaneously, from the same building and using the same IP address, they're selling homeopathic cures for whatever ails you. They've been sued by family members of people who have believed them, quit cancer therapy, taken their cure-all homeopathic stuff and died.