Neil Campbell

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the scene of the London Bridge stabbing attack on November 30, 2019 in London, England with fast food in hand. Johnson’s regime announced plans to begin monitoring UK family eating habits and exercise activity with a pilot program alarmingly similar to China’s social credit. Johnson is piggybacking on COVID-19, saying anti-obesity efforts will reduce deaths and serious illness from the disease.
Forget Vaccine Passports – UK Government to ‘Monitor Family Supermarket Spending’ in Social Credit-Style Anti-Obesity Campaign
The Boris Johnson’s administration plans to deploy a “government-backed rewards programme” to monitor spending and physical activity of citizens, allegedly to curb the UK’s obesity crisis in the name of combating COVID-19 illness and death,...
A photo illustration showing a copy of the Daily Mail newspaper in a letterbox on July 12, 2021 in London, England. Editor for the Australia branch of the publication, Barclay Crawford, in a leaked video of a conference call instructed staff to “call out the ‘anti-vaxx weirdos’” and to forgo journalistic standards in favor of serving as an establishment narrative propaganda outlet by “rubbishing their ridiculous claims.”
Leaked Video Shows Daily Mail Australia Editor Instructing Staff to ‘Rubbish’ the Vaccine Hesitant
An editor for one of the largest English-language news media websites in Australia was caught on video encouraging his staff to deliberately angle their writing to diminish and discount what he called “anti-vaxx” views.  The...
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks at a briefing at the White House July 23, 2021, in Washington, DC. The Chinese Communist Party claims a second China-based inquiry into the origins of SARS-CoV-2 would be “arrogance towards science.” Psaki categorized the comments as “irresponsible” and “dangerous.”
China Calls Second COVID-19 Origin Inquiry ‘Arrogance Towards Science,’ White House Says Reaction ‘Irresponsible’ and ‘Dangerous’
Spokespersons from Beijing and Washington engaged in rhetoric on July 22 after the Communist Party rejected a World Health Organization call for a second Wuhan-based investigation into origins of SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen that causes Coronavirus...
Former CIA Inspector General David Buckley testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the lessons learned about intelligence and information sharing after the Boston Marathon bombings April 30, 2014 in Washington, DC. Buckley, appointed to be Staff Director of the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, has a history of retaliating against whistleblowers.
Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Committee Picks Include Former CIA Inspector General Who Retaliated Against Whistleblower
As congressional Democrats push ahead with an inquest into the Jan. 6 Capitol Building riots, the Committee’s appointed Staff Director, a former CIA Inspector General, has been found to have a history of retaliating against...
In this photo illustration, a mobile phone can be seen displaying the logos for Chinese apps WeChat and TikTok in front of a monitor showing the flags of the United States and China on an internet page, on September 22, 2020 in Beijing, China. A recent investigation by Wall Street Journal found TikTok’s algorithm can learn its users' desires in as little as 40 minutes and will quickly bury the account in a rabbit hole of related content.
TikTok Learns User Desires in 40 Minutes, Curates Rabbitholed Content
Chinese Communist Party controlled video-based social influencing app TikTok learns a user’s desires and attachments in as little as 40 minutes before beginning the process of bombarding the client with curated content designed to keep...
A woman checks the website of Israel-made Pegasus spyware at an office in the Cypriot capital Nicosia on July 21, 2021. The Pegasus Project scandal revealed world leaders, human rights defenders, journalists, and lawyers have been surveilled without their knowledge or consent by government actors for years.
Israeli Pegasus Spyware Spied on Macron, Dalai Lama, Telegram Founder
An investigation by a Paris-based non-profit and Amnesty International uncovered military-grade spyware licensed by an Israeli tech firm that was used to tap cell phones of journalists, human rights defenders, national leaders, and even kings...
A health worker holds up a vial of Covishield, AstraZeneca-Oxford's injection, at the Ayeyarwady Covid Center in Yangon, Myanmar on January 27, 2021. Kevin Street, a Canadian, has developed Functional Neurological Disorder and became disabled after accepting the first dose of AstraZeneca’s offering.
Canadian Man Develops Functional Neurological Disorder After First Dose of AstraZeneca Vaccine
A middle-aged Canadian man developed severe neurological side effects after taking the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. He now shakes, has memory issues, suffers from ringing in the ears, and has extreme difficulty walking,...
A woman holds a placard reading "We are not laboratory subjects! Freedom to refuse experimental injection"during a demonstration against the Macron administration’s use of mandatory vaccine passports, which come with jail time for businesses and individuals who circumvent them, to erode the nation’s vaccine hesitancy in Nantes, western France, on July 17, 2021.
France to Imprison Vaccine Passport-Defying Business Owners for up to 1 Year
Draft text of a new French law announced by President Emmanuel Macron on July 12 requiring citizens to present a clean Health Pass QR code scan, the country’s vaccine passport app, to prove their vaccination...
Martin Doermann tries out Crytek’s CryEngine at the Gamescom 2016 gaming trade fair during the media day on August 17, 2016 in Cologne, Germany. According to a German newspaper, Chinese Communist Party tech giant Tencent is looking to acquire Crytek for its CryEngine, used to create military simulations.
China’s Tencent Looking to Purchase Crytek for 3D Engine Technology Used in Military Simulations: Report
A Chinese company with heavy ties to the Communist Party is in talks to purchase a German game developer whose special 3D engine is used by the U.S. military and others around the world to...
Chinese National Handed 3.5 Years in Prison for Attempt to Obtain Maritime Raiding Craft for Reverse Engineering
A Chinese national has been sentenced to 42 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges arising after his company lied to manufacturers during an attempted purchase of military-grade combat-use seacraft with multi-fuel engines for...
In this photo illustration, a teenager poses for a picture with a laptop in Arlington, Virginia, June 11, 2021. A UK study found suicide killed five times more people under 18 than COVID-19, and abuse more than ten times more.
5 Times More UK Children Died From Suicide Than COVID During Lockdowns
A new study by UK researchers found the fatality rate for youth and children under the age of 18 from COVID-19 was five times lower than from suicide and ten times lower than from trauma....
What healthy Canadian canola crops are supposed to look like.
Extreme Weather Crushing Canadian Canola, Fruit, and Shellfish Harvests
A record heat wave that began when Western Canada saw the British Columbia village of Lytton eclipse the all-time high set in Las Vegas, Nevada at 49.6 C (121.28 F) at the end of June...