This framework “seeks to enable the member nations to agree to a relatively vague document now, that would empower and authorize unknown bureaucrats to make legally-binding decisions at some point in the future, when those decisions can be well-hidden from the view of the general public.” — James Roguski, journalist


The World Health Organization this week concluded its 76th World Health Assembly without ratifying a new pandemic treaty or the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations, but members did issue new calls to “restrict personal liberties” during health emergencies.

They Hid the Truth Then + They’re Hiding It Now.

Thought leaders Mary Holland, Mark Blaxill, Brian Hooker, Ginger Taylor + others join forces to spotlight the Simpsonwood scandal.

Join the Rally + March: June 7-8


“Instead of the ‘truth police’ they purport to be, TNI members in fact censor legitimate and accurate reporting in order to protect their own financial interests. Further, the TNI members deprive the public of critically important information..." — Kim Mack Rosenberg, acting outside general counsel for CHD


Children’s Health Defense on Thursday sued members of the Trusted News Initiative in the U.S. District Court in Louisiana, alleging they violated antitrust laws and the U.S. Constitution when they collectively colluded with tech giants to censor online news.

Some parents and doctors may choose for a child to “go natural” or completely unvaccinated, which has the best overall outcomes in contemporary studies at this time.


A massive study conducted 20 years ago showed febrile convulsions that in some cases led to death were more likely to occur with combined vaccine products, such as the DTP vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis.

“What we are talking about here is the active permitting… of PFAS-contaminated sewer sludge being spread over farmland to create food that we then consume. It’s literally creating a mechanism to get PFAS to bioaccumulate in human tissue.” — Anna Kelles, NY assembly member


Sewage sludge containing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, spread as fertilizer on New York fields sickens farmers, contaminates crops and threatens consumer health, according to a report issued Thursday by the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter.