With open windows, the color of the sky, the flight of birds that begins with fresh air brings new vigor. When the blue of the sky is unseen through this same window, the new morning begins, but the new hope does not begin.

Even though the window is open, it starts every morning with a closed sky. Suddenly, You gave me a chance to be by an open window I am able to see the blue of the sky. The call of birds will wake you up. The green glow of a mango tree will fill the mind of sadness. From now on will be able to hear the sound and see the dance of rain.

So the opportunity you gave me to forget all the sadness and help me move forward anew.

Inspiration of life

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Measles Vaccination and Autism: The Inexcusable Suppression of a Long Documented Link

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By the Children’s Health Defense Team

Before a humble coronavirus became the planet’s viral scapegoat, the virus most often used to promote fear—and vaccination—has been measles. In fact, measles has provided public health officials with recurrent opportunities to fine-tune the CDC’s strategic “recipe” for fostering high vaccine demand: stir up “concern, anxiety, and worry” about disease; promote vaccination frequently and visibly; and craft dumbed-down messages that, above all, avoid troublesome “nuance.”

In this regard, parental reports linking autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccination have long been a thorn in officialdom’s side, giving rise to the aggressive and unnuanced media mantra that the MMR “does not cause autism.” Through constant repetition, many members of the public continue to swallow this official dogma, but the reality is that biological evidence on the ground has—from the beginning—told a very different story. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) even admitted as…

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Covid-19: July Update — Swiss Policy Research

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SPR has published its Covid-19 July update covering the development of the pandemic, the latest immunological studies, progress in early treatment options, the mask debate, “contact tracing”, and the virus origin question. An updated summary is available in English, German, Dutch, Turkish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Esperanto. If someone can provide a much requested Chinese […]

Fully referenced facts about Covid-19, provided by experts in the field, to help our readers make a realistic risk assessment. (Regular updates below)

“The only means to fight the plague is honesty.” (Albert Camus, 1947)


  1. According to the latest immunological and serological studies, the overall lethality of Covid-19 (IFR) is about 0.1% and thus in the range of a strong seasonal influenza (flu).
  2. In countries like the US, the UK, and also Sweden (without a lockdown), overall mortality since the beginning of the year is in the range of a strong influenza season…

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Veto-Proof Majority of Seattle City Council Pledges Support for #DefundSPD Effort

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by JSeattle

South Seattle Emerald

(This article was originally published on The Capitol Hill Seattle Blog and has been reprinted under an agreement)

Seven of the nine Seattle City Council members say they will support the effort to reduce the Seattle Police budget by 50%, the key component of demands from activists and community groups after weeks of Black Lives Matter protests, marches, and rallies in the Pacific Northwest.

The important threshold would represent a veto-proof majority on any council action as the representatives shape major changes to the city’s budget in the face of predictions of a significant downturn in revenue due to the COVID-19 crisis — a rebalancing process planned to be finalized and voted on in the next two weeks.

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Govt Claims US Journalist Has No Right to Challenge Their Decision to Assassinate Him

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The US Government has asked the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to affirm the dismissal of American journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem’s challenge to his Government’s apparent decision to assassinate him without telling him why, or affording him the constitutional right to due process.

Mr Kareem, recipient of the Edward R. Murrow and Peabody Awards, grew up in Mount Vernon, New York and used to be a stand-up comedian in New York City. He has been reporting on the conflict from Syria since it began. In 2016, he narrowly escaped being killed on five separate occasions, including two strikes on cars he was travelling in and a further two strikes on the headquarters of his news agency, On The Ground News. He believes the US Government has mistakenly identified him as a terrorist for interviewing armed groups in Syria, a vital part of his journalistic work. Bilal…

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