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Rising up Against COVID Inoculations and the Health Pass





By: Stewart Brennan

Over the past few months, people around the world have been rising up and pouring onto the streets of their nations to protest their governments enforcement of a health passport that only allows the vaccinated to participate in society.  See (Here 01, Here 02, Here 03, and Here 04)

People are waking up as their freedoms disappear under a wash of government dictatorship. The threat is very real as nation after nation invokes a mandatory health pass and inoculations that violate ones’ personal sovereignty.

Governments around the world are either coercing or forcing their citizens to take dangerous inoculations which take away the peoples rights and freedoms while also punishing those who do not comply.  (See Here 05, Here 06 and Here 07) Human rights, which western countries claim to champion, have all been destroyed.

Disturbing but not surprising is that the mainstream news continues to back the totalitarian government narratives while refusing to carry out real investigative journalism; and as such, both the government and mainstream media continue to lose public trust as governments continue to bear down on the public with totalitarian and sometimes violent force (08).

Two of the major reasons why there is a rise in public awareness about the dangers of these COVID inoculations are, the rise in state brutality on protesters and the large numbers of vaccine injuries and the sudden death of people around the world after receiving these dangerous COVID inoculations.

Reports have been flooding social networks of sudden heart attacks after being inoculated, as the “Covid Vaccine Sudden Death Syndrome” continues to unfold on the public around the world. We are also seeing a huge uptick in heart attacks in very fit athletes 09a (many of whom are soccer players 09b) and game officials who are all in public view. The one thing these athletes and officials all have in common is that to work and travel in their sport they had to take the unnecessary COVID inoculations. And so, it becomes increasingly difficult for governments to trivialize or declare these sudden deaths as coincidence, especially with the deaths of so many athletes, who are in the best physical shape of their lives. They certainly shouldn’t be dying of heart attacks.

The news of athletes having heart problems is becoming a daily occurrence. Soccer players have been going through intensive cardio workouts for years without problems, with the exception of a rare case like an undetected birth defect, so why are we seeing so many heart problems now? (10) There is no way all these heart problems are a coincidence as some would have you believe. A full transparent investigation and dialog is required, but that will not happen will it, judging by our government’s insane position.

Alarm bells are also ringing with pregnant mothers as we are now seeing a rise in stillbirths (See Here 11 and Here 12) which of course is also supposed to be a rare occurrence in this day and age. Could this huge uptick in stillbirths have something to do with pregnant mothers receiving the COVID shot?! Yes, it seems very, very likely.

These deaths are only the beginning because the dangerous inoculations they are calling vaccines, not only change your DNA but they compromise your immune system (13) and there’s nothing that can change that fact with the exception of never taking these dangerous covid inoculations (14) in the first place.

All this is happening right in front of everyone’s eyes while governments continue to censor and suppress information by doctors and scientists who are warning the world of the harmful effects from these dangerous COVID inoculations! Wouldn’t you want to at least listen to what these doctors and scientists have to say instead of them being censored, before you blindly play the establishments rigged roulette game? A game where the shot makes every player’s immune system a loser?!

Around the world, governments are continuing to ramp up a war on their own populations under the guise of a health emergency, and wouldn’t you know it, just as people are standing up against their governments health pass and mandatory inoculations, a new variant called “Omicron” (See Here 15 and Here 16) has popped up in Botswana and then South Africa, to close down society and potentially lock us all down, ending protests, while covering up the massive deaths attributed to the COVID shots.

An interesting twist to this story is that a Majority of South African’s refused the COVID inoculations and so the S.A. govt has delayed / cancelled shipments of these mRNA inoculations (17). So, why do the South African people refuse COVID inoculations? Well because they have had very bad experiences with inoculations and sociopathic governments in the past (18), that’s why, and so they don’t trust those connected to the Global economic cartel, and nor should you.

The immediate response by the global economic cartel to South Africa’s request for a delay in delivering US pharma jabs on November 24th, 2021, was to declare a new COVID variant from South Africa 48 hours later and then isolate the country from the rest of the world. This has a significant economic consequence on the people of South Africa and other African nations (19) of course…it’s a punishment, or retaliation for not towing the economic cartels big pharma line it would seem.

Will this new so called COVID variant, “Omicron” be used as the reason and excuse to lockdown the World in December, cancel family Christmas celebrations and then use their new variant as a reason to force their mRNA & DNA poisoned shots on the entire global population? They are certainly moving in that direction.

In Austria, Hungary and other European countries, they are already declaring mandatory COVID inoculations on the public with severe punishments to those who resist, and that was before “Omicron”.

The one shining light in this episode of the twilight zone is that the tyrannical push by our governments is also waking up more people to the insane sociopathic narrative that politicians, tied to the W.H.O. (World Health Organization) are pushing on the world.

The Next Battle in the War on Information

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter resigned today (20).

Although it’s true that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have been using censorship to suppress information on the Internet, Twitter was the only one of the three major networks that did not completely stomp out information on COVID and alternative voices even with a shadow ban in place. However, as Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter’s CEO, to make way for…someone else (21), there are no guarantee’s that we will have any freedom of speech left on Twitter. The timing of Dorsey’s departure is very suspect as we all know instinctively what’s coming, “More Censorship”, especially now that the establishment has unveiled their new fear monster “Omicron”.

Will the new order that arises at Twitter be corporate puppets with a pro-censorship attitude? Or will they be free speech inclined? Count on more censorship…

Last Word

People around the world need to continue standing up and uniting against the mandatory inoculations, the health pass and societal segregation. The future is in our hands yet we are now at a crossroads that will define the future governance of the human race. We either stand against fascist totalitarianism now and emerge with our rights and freedoms in tact or we perish under the boots of tyranny. The direction we go depends upon you, be brave, be determined and Rise up!


Stewart Brennan is a Geo-political and economic analyst, activist, blogger and author. He’s worked in the Aviation, Packaging, Transportation and Logistics Industries and is the author of “The Activist Poet”, two books of political activism and poetry, and several blogs including World United News and World United Music.

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Harlequins Claim Top-two Seeding; Leinster Smash Bath




Champions Cup R4; Friday: Quins 36-33 Castres; Saturday: Bath 7-64 Leinster, Ulster vs Clermont (5.30pm), Scarlets vs Bristol (5.30pm); Glasgow vs La Rochelle (8pm); Sunday: Sale vs Ospreys (1pm), Stade Francais vs Connacht (1pm), Munster vs Wasps (3.15pm), Montpellier vs Exeter (5.30pm)

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Leinster booked safe passage to the Heineken Champions Cup Round of 16 following a crushing win at Bath

We recap the latest Heineken Champions Cup action as Harlequins booked a top-two seed via a controversial win, while Leinster smashed Bath to qualify for the Round of 16…

Friday: Harlequins 36-33 Castres

Alex Dombrandt completed a controversial hat-trick deep into stoppage time as Harlequins snatched a 36-33 Heineken Champions Cup victory over Castres at the Stoop.

Dombrandt touched down with an outstretched arm in the 85th minute – the final act of play, with replays seeming to show the ball short – to preserve Quins’ perfect record in the group stage.

An unpredictable clash saw the lead regularly change hands but it was the Top 14’s third-placed team who appeared to be finishing stronger until a late rally from the Gallagher Premiership champions led by Dombrandt.

Alex Dombrandt’s controversial late try saw Harlequins beat Castres on Friday night

The ending was rough on Castres, with Scottish referee Mike Adamson missing two forward Quins passes by Marcus Smith, and were unrewarded for a seemingly legitimate turnover with the clock in the red.

To compound things, TMO Brian MacNeice then awarded Dombrandt’s try despite the on-field call being ‘no try’ and images seeming to suggest the No 8 was short and then knocked the ball on.

The victory was significant for Harlequins as it guaranteed them second place in Pool B and home advantage for the second leg of the Round of 16 and for the quarter-finals too, while Castres were dumped out where victory would have seen them through.

Saturday: Bath 7-64 Leinster

Leinster marched on in the European Champions Cup with a 64-7 demolition of a Bath side whose wretched run of form and injuries continued with another head injury to England flanker Sam Underhill.

Jimmy O’Brien crossed four times as the Irish province finished their Pool A fixtures with 15 points and a points difference of +136 – despite forfeiting their second game in Montpellier 28-0 due to Covid issues.

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Leinster, who ran in 10 tries, fielded eight of the Ireland starters who toppled the All Blacks, including captain Johnny Sexton, but Bath began brightly.

They scored the rest of their tries through Josh van der Flier, Jordan Larmour, Ciaran Frawley, Andrew Porter, Hugo Keenan and Dan Sheehan.

Flanker Josh van der flier scored one of 10 Leinster tries at the Rec

Three games cancelled due to Covid-19: Toulouse 0-28 Cardiff, Leicester Tigers 28-0 Bordeaux-Begles, Racing 92 28-0 Northampton Saints

Unfortunately, three games in Round 4 were lost to Covid-19 enforced cancellations.

Despite defending champions Toulouse naming a squad of 23 to face Cardiff, Covid cases at the club into the double figures caused the EPCR to call off the match and award Cardiff – yet to win a game this season in Europe – a 28-0 bonus-point win which may yet see the Welsh side into the round of 16.

Toulouse suffered a 28-0 Covid loss to Cardiff, as the EPCR cancelled their Pool B clash

Toulouse responded angrily, with president Didier Lacroix saying the club would take legal action after the enforced cancellation, terming it a “total lack of respect” and adding: “We cannot let this injustice pass.

“It’s not just one case, many clubs have already been wronged and it is time for this to stop. We are talking about the credibility of this competition.”

A second game fell by the wayside when Bordeaux discovered positive cases in their camp on Friday just before they were due to travel to England to face Leicester, forcing them to pull out and the Tigers awarded a bonus-point 28-0 win.

That second Covid cancellation ensured Leicester could not be caught at the top of Pool B, handing them home advantage until the final should they make it that far.

Northampton Saints pulled out of their game vs Racing 92 in a third Champions Cup cancellation

A third cancellation arrived on Saturday when Northampton disclosed cases which saw their trip to Paris to play Racing 92 called off, and the French outfit handed a 28-0 win which assures them of top spot in Pool A – despite playing just two games – and, like Leicester, home advantage until the final should they progress.

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Shishkin Denies Energumene in Clarence House Classic




Shishkin and Nico De Boinville powered past Energumene in the final 50 yards to claim a famous Clarence House Chase victory in an Ascot clash for the ages.

The duo served up a race that lived up to the pre-race hype, with Energumene leading from the front under Paul Townend, while Shishkin sat in behind alongside First Flow.

When First Flow wilted in the final half-mile, it was left to the big two to battle it out, with Energumene seemingly having the upper hand after a peck on landing from Shishkin down the back straight.

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Nico De Boinville has hailed the connections of both Shishkin and Energumene for standing their ground in what was an epic Clarence House showdown at Ascot on Saturday

But when Shishkin and De Boinville kicked into overdrive, he was able to overcome the slight jumping errors to power past the Irish horse in the closing stages and secure a famous victory for Nicky Henderson and the Donnelly’s.

First Flow finished a tired third, with Amoola Gold never in contention back in fourth.

The two superstars look set to go to war again at Cheltenham in the Queen Mother Champion Chase, with Shishkin now the 4/6 favourite to come out on top.

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Speaking after the race, a delighted De Boinville said: “It’s bang up there. It’s not so much about the prizes you win but how you win them.

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“That today with just the pace of the race there was no let up. We want champions to race against champions and it’s bang up there.

“All credit to the guv’nor for coming here. One of us could’ve ducked the other and we’ve both come to the party and showed what we can do.”

Winning trainer Nicky Henderson added: “They (Townend and De Boinville) said to each other going down the hill, ‘we are flat to the boards’. It had to be that, there was no point hiding. Energumene was going to set a good gallop and we had to keep in touch.

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“There were moments it looked as if we weren’t going as well but he stays very well, he possibly does drift a little bit.

“The great thing is they’ve both come home safe and sound. It was a great race. Willie and the guys are all great mates.

“There’s going to be rematch. I always said I hope it’s a good race today because then it won’t ruin the Champion Chase and they will be back to fight it out together.”

Earlier on the card, jockey-owner David Maxwell won a gripping renewal of the SBK Handicap Chase under Cat Tiger, who nosed out Cobolobo for the Jonjo O’Neill father-and-son combo.

Maxwell delivered his mount on the line after Cobolobo hit the final fence, and could not quite recover the momentum to get back up in a photo finish.

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David Maxwell was delighted to be riding winners at Ascot after missing out last season due to the Covid restrictions

Amateur rider Maxwell was the subject of online abuse after his ride on the same horse at Doncaster over Christmas, having lost a photo finish on that occasion when seemingly having the race in safe keeping.

“I nearly thought I’d hit the front too soon here – I could’ve taken it up after the last but he’s such a game horse,” Maxwell said.

“I thought he had it the stride before but the line looked like it wasn’t coming quickly enough. Even in defeat he would’ve run a magnificent race.

“This time last year it was pretty miserable. Amateurs weren’t able to compete and it was pretty dark days. You are getting an amateur but we are always trying our best.”

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Dan and Harry Skelton enjoyed a stunning treble on the card, with the highlight coming courtesy of Molly Ollys Wishes in the Grade Two SBK Mares’ Hurdle, staying on strongly over three miles on the testing ground.

Western Victory made the early running but could not keep up the blistering pace in the ground, with Skelton picking up the running with half a mile to run.

My Sister Sarah for Mullins and Townend stayed on well from the rear but couldn’t quite reel in the leader who won by two lengths at the finish.

Unexpected Party was an easy winner of the Holloways Handicap Hurdle earlier on the card for the in-form Skelton team.

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Harry Skelton says he had a dream run through the race as Unexpected Party landed the Holloways Handicap Hurdle with ease at Ascot on Saturday

Travelling supremely behind the leaders throughout, the gap opened up on the rail and was exploited by Harry, who pushed out the seven-year-old to win with any amount in hand, despite a final-flight jumping error.

Doctor Parnassus was an impressive winner of the opening juvenile hurdle for the same duo, putting away his more experienced rivals with relative ease.

Favourite Irish Hill disappointed for the Paul Nicholls team, with Restitution (Tom Cannon) being picked up by the eventual winner between the final two hurdles, eventually being beaten by 10 lengths.

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Shishkin Beats Energumene in Epic Ascot Showdown Recap




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