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In the UK approximately 16,000 people may have died as a direct result of the coronavirus lockdown, new government figures show. The shocking number includes an estimated 6,000 people who did not go to Accident and Emergency because they feared catching the coronavirus, and another 10,000 who died in care homes following early hospital discharges designed to free up capacity.

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Let’s wake up now …

Let’s wake up now … Why doesn’t anyone remember the meetings between Pedro Sánchez and George Soros; the last one in Davos, with Alexander Soros, his son, in January 2020? Why is there only talk of George Soros and Bill Gates abroad? Why do so few people complete the puzzle? Why aren’t there more videos criticizing the irrational, unconstitutional, and unscientific confinement and fear of a virus that 85% of people pass like the flu or asymptomatically? Why are the implications of the 2030 Agenda and the ID2020 project not known in Spain?

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World War II veterans welcome the respect that comes with their once having been a member of the armed forces. This is a normal human trait but chances are they were hardly volunteers. Young conscripts, many of them in their teens, were press-ganged into the armed forces. If there was genuine enthusiasm for the war then conscription would be neither necessary nor desirable.

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